Beverly Hills police ask for aid in tracking down the motorist who 'intentionally rammed' his car into a bicyclist, pinning him against a trash bin.
The driver is described as a white or Middle Eastern male in his mid-30s with dark hair, dark eyes and a thin build, police said. "The driver intentionally rammed the bicyclist with his vehicle, pinning him to a metal rolling trash bin," the Beverly Hills Police Department said in a statement. The driver fled the scene, in an alley off Wilshire Boulevard between Wetherly and Almont drives. The bicyclist, whom police have not identified, told investigators that the incident was sparked by a fight he had earlier with the driver, according to police. "The bicyclist punched the driver in the face," police said, adding that the driver then "threatened to kill the victim and followed him" into the alley. The cyclist was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Eric Hyon at (310) 285-2156.
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