Pleasanton resident Cody Hall will be at the Gale-Schenone Hall of Justice in Pleasanton to be arraigned on two felony charges in connection to the June 9 collision on Foothill Road that killed Diana Hersevoort, 58, of Dublin. Hall is expected to enter a plea tomorrow.
During his first court appearance on July 29, Hall was ordered by Judge Walker not to drive a car at any time during the court process.
[Related story: Judge Orders Defendant in Fatal Bike Crash Not to Drive]
Hall is believed to have been passing a vehicle on Foothill Road at about 83 miles per hour, when he lost control of his car, striking bicyclists Diana and Joe Hersevoort, according to documents submitted by police to the court.
Hall, who is a recent Foothill High School graduate, surrendered to police on July 26 and was booked into the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin. Hall is currently free on $100,000 bail.
[Related article: Driver Involved in Fatal Bicycle Collision Arrested]
Hall's father, Aaron Hall, a twice convicted felon, is also due in court at the end of Aug. for a for a pretrial hearing after he pled not guilty on July 23 to multiple felony weapons and drug charges. Aaron Hall arrested for illegally owning several firearms, ammunition and Daytrana patches, all found during the execution of a search warrant at the Hall residence on Echo Court.
Previous Patch articles about the fatal Foothill Road collision:
- Father of Fatal Bike Collision Suspect to be Arraigned Thursday
- UPDATE: Bicyclist Killed On Foothill Identified As Dublin Resident
- Driver in Fatal Collision Used Social Media to Talk About Speeding
- Family of Dublin Woman Killed By Teen Driver Hires Lawyer
- Investigation into Fatal Collision Continues
- Residents Question Road Safety After Deadly Collision
- Celebration of Life for Dublin Woman Struck While Riding Bike in Pleasanton
- Dublin Woman Killed While Riding Bicycle in Pleasanton Remembered