SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — Three males arrested within the beating of a Lyft driver on U.S. Freeway one hundred and one in San Francisco in March have pleaded not responsible to felony fees and have a preliminary listening to scheduled for later this month.
Derwayne Johnson, 33, one among three individuals arrested Wednesday by the California Freeway Patrol, entered a not responsible plea Monday to all fees. He stays in custody with bail set at $1 million.
Two different suspects, 25-yr-previous Gabriel Rodriguez, and 19-yr-previous Jarrell Williams Jr., additionally entered not responsible pleas final week and stay in custody.
The three have been arrested on suspicion of assault with a lethal weapon, conspiracy to commit a criminal offense, assault, battery and vandalism in reference to the March 9 assault, which was captured by a witness on cellphone video and extensively circulated on social media.
They have been tracked down with assist from the general public and from San Francisco cops, who had beforehand encountered them allegedly driving bikes wildly on highways and metropolis streets, based on CHP spokesman Officer Vu Williams.
The March 9 assault occurred when a gaggle of as much as 15 dust bikers have been concerned in a “sideshow” on southbound Freeway one hundred and one close to the Cesar Chavez Road exit.
When the Lyft driver tried to cross the riders, they allegedly boxed him in and commenced vandalizing his automotive, in response to the CHP.
When he received out of his automotive, the suspects allegedly beat him after which one among them ran over his leg with a mud bike. The leg was badly damaged, requiring at the very least one surgical procedure to restore, Williams stated.
In the course of the arrests, officers additionally discovered a number of firearms, a stolen dust bike, cash and a small quantity of medicine, in response to the CHP.
The CHP continues to be looking for a fourth suspect, recognized as San Francisco resident Quintrell Anderson, and has a warrant out for his arrest, Williams stated Monday.
All three defendants are scheduled to return to courtroom Tuesday for a pre-listening to convention and on June 28 for a preliminary listening to.