Patch Weekend Roundup: Man Sexually Assaulted at Gunpoint, Carlmont Grad Suspected of WMDs, Boogie Boarder Drowns

Also, meteorologists raised hopes for a measure of drought relief with a forecast of rain this week.

If you missed the news this weekend, here are some of the top stories Patch covered around the Bay Area:

Police are searching for a man suspected of sexually assaulting another man at gunpoint in Marin County last week.

The victim told investigators that a man ordered him to drive from a parking lot of the Marin Community College area at about 8 p.m. to a neighborhood in southern Marin, Tam Valley, where he reportedly sexually assaulted him at gunpoint.

The suspect is described as African-American, over six feet tall, and weighing about 220- 235 pounds.

Click on the headlines below for more top news.

Gun Shots Fired Inside Redcoats Pub Sends Man to Hospital

Boogie Boarder Dies in Big Waves Friday by Lighthouse Point

Remember Rain? Slight Chance Forecast for Thursday

Carlmont Grad Arrested for Allegedly Possessing Weapon of Mass Destruction

Belmont Woman Wins Grammy Award

hsiao.yingc January 27, 2014 at 01:28 PM
Totally agree all of you recommend! actually I have to passing the scene every day! It is really dangerous over there! my son got big accident 12 years ago! I suggest from Port Royal can not make a right turn at traffic time and can not walk there also! For myself is inconvenient, but much safe! Pray for the girl and her family!


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