Pacific Beach man gets court date for stalking La Jolla woman
by NEAL PUTNAM
Published - 01/02/17 - 02:20 PM | 0 0 comments | 34 34 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A trial date of April 17 was set on Dec. 23 for a Pacific Beach man who is accused of pointing a gun at a La Jolla woman after he scaled a wall to reach her upstairs condominium.

Michael Anthony Davee, 52, appeared before San Diego Superior Court Judge David Danielsen on Dec. 23. He again entered a not guilty plea to the charges of assault with a deadly weapon, stalking, and making a criminal threat.

A La Jolla woman testified Nov. 30 that Davee, her ex-boyfriend, crawled between two trees and scaled a wall to reach her upstairs condominium balcony and he pointed a gun at her on Sept. 22.

The woman testified in the preliminary hearing that she ran out the door with her dog after Davee, 52, also pointed the gun at his own head at one point.

“He said he was going to hurt me or himself. I was shaking,” said the victim.

Judge David Gill also ordered Davee to stand trial for possession of a firearm and ammunition by a felon, receiving a firearm while under a temporary restraining order, resisting an officer, and disobeying a court order.

Davee remains in jail on $300,000 bail. The woman was not injured in the incident in the 6400 block of La Jolla Boulevard. He was later arrested at the Dana Resort in Mission Bay.
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