SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A man accused of attempting to kidnap a woman in San Francisco is adamant that he's not guilty of the charges.
Darrin Bravo appeared in a San Francisco court Wednesday. Prosecutors say witnesses were key in this case.
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"There were witnesses who were there. The victim was able to escape. And everyone was doing their part to ensure that this incident transpired in a way that no one was seriously hurt," said Alex Bastian, with the San Francisco District Attorney's office.
Bravo is accused of grabbing a woman last Saturday in Pacific Heights and trying to force her into his truck. A man passing by intervened and scared the attacker away.
Police used witness descriptions and arrested Bravo the next day in Petaluma after a short chase.
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