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Judge William Lyons set bail at the requested amount, with conditions barring contact with the alleged victim and barring him from her residence. The trial was set for July 15.
He’s on probation
He’s accused of confronting the manager, while holding the knife over his head, asking: “Did you call the police?” When she said “yes,” Alwadie allegedly asked the question at least twice more.
When police arrived, they learned Alwadie had driven away in a vehicle believed to belong to friends, which they later learned had driven over a stop sign on Kelley Street, but failed to stop or report it.
Alwadie started running toward the officer, though, ignoring comments to stop and with the officer not knowing what Alwadie had in his hands, which were closed in front of Alwadie, the Officer Christian Horn fired his Taser. Horn said Alwadie kept running, so he fired a second round at a distance of about five feet.
In court, Alwadie spoke mostly through an interpreter, saying he doesn’t remember the situations listed in the charges. He also said money for his $20,000 cash/surety bail was being sent from Saudi Arabia and he will hire a private attorney.
Bail was continued at $500 personal recognizance, with conditions that include no contact with the alleged victim and not going to his residence. The trial was set for July 9.
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