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Raymond Davis accused of causing spine fracture

Raymond Davis has been charged with second-degree assault and disorderly conduct after an altercation outside a bagel shop.—File Photo

CASTLE ROCK: Investigators are accusing a CIA contractor of causing a vertebrae fracture and other injuries to a man in a fight over a parking space in Colorado months after the contractor was involved in a fatal shootout in Pakistan.

Raymond Davis of Highlands Ranch is charged with second-degree assault and disorderly conduct after an altercation outside a bagel shop Saturday. Davis hasn't entered a plea.

An arrest warrant affidavit released Tuesday identifies the victim as Jeffrey Maes. It says Maes also suffered head injuries, abrasions and contusions.

Maes attended a court hearing Tuesday and had a large U-shape wound on his forehead.

In January, the 37-year-old Davis said he shot two Pakistani men who tried to rob him. Pakistan released him March 16 after the victims' families agreed to accept $2.34 million.


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