Problems on the Path 

A walker tries to stop a man riding illegally on an eastside walkway—and then things get interesting

Shawn Patrick Cleary describes himself as a "walking addict." Nearly every day, he walks from his house to the path along Golf Links Road, sometimes meandering on desert paths parallel to a wash and adjacent neighborhoods. Fast-moving bikes have occasionally clipped him—something…

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