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Pastor Accused of Throwing Bomb, Senior Survives Jump in Front of BART Train, Driver in Crash Missing

Plus, a slow recovery for a man beaten after confronting noisy revelers was among the top Patch stories around the greater Bay Area this weekend.

Photo of Mark Lewis as seen on Fellowship Baptist Church's website, as well as his Solano County Jail mugshot.
Photo of Mark Lewis as seen on Fellowship Baptist Church's website, as well as his Solano County Jail mugshot.
By Genevieve Bookwalter

Perhaps after taking the idea of a fiery sermon a bit too literally, a pastor was arrested Friday on suspicion of hurling a Molotov cocktail into a house with six sleeping people. No one was injured and there was only minor damage to the home.

On its website, the Fellowship Baptist Church in Vacaville describes Mark Lewis as a pastor who “preaches with a zeal and excitement for the things of God, a heart for the people of God, and a burden for the lost souls dying and going to hell.”

Read on for this story and other top Patch news from the greater Bay Area this weekend:

Pastor Accused of Arson Firebomb, Vandalism, Harassment

Man Appears Uninjured After Jump in Front of BART Train in Berkeley

Driver Still Missing From Early Saturday Crash

Beating Victim's Family Says He is on a 'Journey Towards Significant Recovery'

A Restaurant’s Mysterious Closure

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