Man Accused of Assaulting Pedestrians with a Bow and Arrow

Man Accused of Assaulting Pedestrians with a Bow and Arrow
Photo: 7-Eleven in San Rafael

SAN RAFAEL —A man who keeps getting arrested for drugs and violence was arrested once more this week. This time he was arrested for allegedly being high on drugs and assaulting pedestrians with a bow and arrow.

A police dispatcher began receiving calls at around 9 p.m. on December 9. Callers reported seeing a man downtown acting strangely. He was riding a bicycle erratically while carrying a bow and arrow.

The man seemed intoxicated while acting out in the vicinity of Second and B streets. Eventually, he rode to the 7-Eleven store located at 703 B Street.

Next, he allegedly switched off a circuit breaker to turn the electricity off at the store. Then he continued riding to a parking garage at the intersection of Third and B streets.

Near the garage, he allegedly began menacing pedestrians with the bow and arrow. Fortunately, responding officers arrived before anyone got hurt.

Police arrested San Rafael resident 38-year-old Miguel A. Aguerrebere. He was booked into the Marin County Jail where he remains in custody in lieu of $50,000 bond.

Aguerrebere was arrested for assault with a weapon likely to cause great bodily injury. In addition, he is charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance.

In recent years, Aguerrebere has been in and out of jail multiple times. This marks his fifth arrest this year. His previous arrests were for assault, drugs, possession of burglary tools, and exhibiting a firearm.

Man Accused of Assaulting Pedestrians with a Bow and Arrow was last modified: December 11th, 2019 by admin
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