The Oakland man accused of boozing at a posh San Francisco restaurant before killing a German cyclist with a Mercedez Benz last year – and trying to cover up the crash by switching seats with his girlfriend – has been ordered to stand trial in the case.
Joshua Calder, 37, was driving south on Masonic Avenue near Turk Street when he allegedly struck 21-year-old Nils Linke on Aug. 13. Read More
The trial of Joshua Calder, who authorities say was driving drunk when he killed German cyclist Yannick Linke, ran into some more delays Tuesday. The judge continued the case until more information regarding Calder’s Department of Motor Vehicles record becomes available. Read More