Ali, of 12th Street near Reed in South Philadelphia, was charged with driving under the influence, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and related offenses, according to court records.
He was jailed in lieu of $50,000 bail pending a July 23 status hearing, records show.
The pedestrian remains in stable condition at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Russell said.
Ali, who police have said works as a delivery driver, was out on $100,000 bail in a May 12 incident, in which he allegedly shot out the window of another driver's car with a BB gun.
In that case, the 28-year-old victim was driving with her 4-month-old daughter and another girl in the car. Ali allegedly began to follow them for a few blocks before he shot at her window at Broad and Lombard streets. Nobody was injured, and part of the attack was captured on video. He faces a July 16 preliminary hearing on aggravated-assault and related charges, court records show.
Terrorizing Philadelphia's roadways isn't Ali's only alleged offense, records show.
A search of Pennsylvania's Megan's Law website indicates that Ali was found guilty of second-degree rape in New York state and was required to register as a sex offender beginning in 2010.
He also has an open drug-possession case stemming from a May 3 arrest, court records show. He faces a Sept. 15 trial on that charge, according to records.
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