An Oakland man wanted for attempted murder, burglary, battery, assault and making criminal threats was booked into the San Francisco County Jail just before noon Monday — the result of a routine traffic stop by Piedmont police last week.
Bail for Kurt Von Boeherns, 27, has been set at $1 million.
The road to jail began Wednesday, Oct. 16, as Von Boeherns was driving his truck on Trestle Glen Road, close to Park Boulevard, about 4 p.m. An expired vehicle registration sticker — two years out of date — and a cracked windshield caught the eye of a Piedmont police officer on patrol, according to Piedmont Police Capt. Scott Wyatt.
A computer check showed that a $1 million warrant for Von Boeherns' arrest had been issued by San Francisco Superior Court, and he was taken into custody without incident.
Von Boeherns was initially jailed at the county-run Glenn Dyer Detention Facility in Oakland and was transported to San Francisco's county jail by Alameda County Sheriff's deputies yesterday morning, according to Susan Fahey, public information officer for the San Francisco Sheriff's Office.
Von Boeherns' bail remains at $1 million, Fahey said.
Charges against him include attempted murder, battery with great bodily injury, forcible assault, burglary and criminal threats, she said.
Authorities did not provide details on the original incident that led to the issuance of the arrest warrant for Von Boeherns.