to connectVideoMan accused of trying to force his way into the woman’s apartment building is in the court of law
Austin, James Vincent, will be in the district court, after being accused of a second crime.
A California man is accused of locking a woman in order for her to be within a San Francisco apartment building, trying to force his way in and assaulting her, was refused bail at a court hearing on Thursday, according to local reports.
A judge ordered Austin Vincent,, 25, will remain behind bars without bail, KTVU-TV reported.
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Austin, Vincent, is accused of attacking a woman in order for her to be within a San Francisco apartment building, police said.
(San Francisco Police Department)
After the judgment of the court, He walked out of the courtroom cursing the judge and continued to cry out into the hall, and, according to the television station.
The San Francisco police department, told Fox News, ” Vincent “assaulted a female victim outside of an apartment building on Beale Street on Nov. 11, at about 2 in the morning
The police said that the woman is the victim and tried to get to her building and enter through the front door, He stepped in front of the hotel, which has prevented her from getting on the inside. After that, he allegedly tried to grab her cell phone. The police said he was seen on the surveillance video grabbing her leg, causing her to fall. The police said, Vincent also threw her to the ground. The alleged victim, can be seen in the video struggling to get close to the front door, Vincent pulled on it trying to get inside, according to police.
The woman was able to get into the building, and with the help of a security officer. The police said she sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
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Sgt. Michael Andraychak of the San Francisco Police Department, said Vincent was taken into custody about a block from the building, police said.
He is charged with false imprisonment, battery, and attempted robbery.
While Vincent is in the court, no later than on Thursday, but the judge looked at the video of the alleged assault, the court of justice, according to KTVU-TV.
The station reported he is also been accused of threatening people with a knife in February, but the judge dismissed the case after learning of Vincent’s, was in a substance abuse program in Southern California at that time.
The television station reported that on Thursday, The San Francisco District Attorney’s Office, argued that the Vincent would be a serious threat to the public if it is released, and the judge agreed with the denial of bail.
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The alleged victim told the station they want to go to San Francisco because of the strike.