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Bicyclist Pleads Not Guilty to Mill Valley Road Rage Assault on Truck Driver

Bicyclist Pleads Not Guilty to Mill Valley Road Rage Assault on Truck Driver
By Bay City News Service: 

A Kentfield man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to the assault of a pickup truck driver during an apparent road rage incident in Mill Valley in April.

Jeffrey Smock, 40, was riding a bicycle in the area of Camino Alto Avenue and East Blithedale Avenue on April 16 when he got into a traffic dispute with the 55-year-old truck driver, identified by Marin County Chief Deputy District Attorney Barry Borden as Roman Laskowski.

Mill Valley police arrested Smock on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after the incident and prosecutors have charged him with assault likely to cause great bodily injury.

Smock's preliminary hearing is scheduled for Aug. 27.

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