A man accused of deliberately hitting a San Diego motorcycle officer with a car in Mira Mesa last year was ordered to stand trial on Tuesday on charges of assault and robbery.
Moises Correa, 30, is blamed for last July’s incident, which occurred after an unidentified officer stopped a black Chrysler that Correa allegedly drove on Black Mountain Road and Westview Parkway.
Police said the Chrysler was speeding away and that as the officer chased, the driver stopped in a traffic lane and then accelerated in the reverse, causing the sedan to crash into the motorcycle.
After the collision, the driver allegedly continued to turn back, pushing the motorcycle that had fallen along the road with the police officer nailed under it, according to Lieutenant Andra Brown. San Diego Police Departmentt.
Correa then reportedly fled to Black Mountain Road, but was arrested the next day after a scuffle with police at a Mira Mesa home.
The policeman who was hit in the alleged attack, was hospitalized with minor injuries and was released.
According to Correa’s criminal complaint, he has previous convictions for assault and domestic violence in San Diego County and a conviction for attempted murder in 2011 by Maricopa County, Arizona.
Korea remains a hostage without bail.
City news service
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