Attorneys for alleged robbery suspect Ronald Ray Davis were set to convene Friday in a pretrial conference.
Davis, whose jury trial date is scheduled for Aug. 6, is accused of abandoning a stolen car on 101 Freeway in San Carlos and carjacking another at a business along Industrial Road near Harbor in 2008. He reportedly struck another vehicle at the location before speeding south on 101 and abandoning the car at Woodside Road.
He reportedly tried to carjack another vehicle stopped at a red light, but the driver resisted and he fled.
Davis has served a 13-year prison sentence for voluntary manslaughter and was convicted of an unrelated felony assault in 2009 and was in prison when this case was filed three years ago.
He's facing life in prison, if convicted, due to the three strike law.
In other recent court cases involving San Carlos:
Sarah DiLorenzo pleaded no contest to two counts of felony sales of methamphetamine and one count of child endangerment and was placed on three years supervised probation and three months in the county jail.
DiLorenzo was cited for selling the drug, in 2011, out of her San Carlos residence , where she lived with her five-year-old daughter in an extreme unsanitary condition.
Co-defendant Edward Alves also pleaded no contest and his case was continued to Oct. 12 for receipt of the pre-sentence report and sentencing.
San Carlos resident Aaron Douglas Taddy was charged with multiple counts of robbery and faces a jury trial set for July 30.
Tabby, who remains in custody on $100,000 bail, allegedly broke into a pair of San Carlos homes and took jewelry that was later recovered in a nearby motel room.
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