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The El Cajon Police are looking for a robbery suspect in the area of 300 N. Second Street. The suspect was an Afric… https://t.co/OD4Un8AFA9
- Aug 16
The El Cajon Police Dept. is working in conjunction with school officials to investigate the allegations made in co… https://t.co/3AuI2Fh783
- Aug 13
El Cajon Police, with the assistance of ASTREA, are in the area of 1100 of E. Main looking for a attempted burglary… https://t.co/tD1S6M2YO5
Road closures in the area of N First St/Naranca Ave, due to a down power line, have been lifted and the roads have been re opened.
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EL CAJON POLICE DEPT. – PRESS RELEASE INFORMATION SHEET
TYPE OF INCIDENT: Fatal Stabbing
OCCURRED: 01/16/18 at approx. 1500 hrs.
LOCATION OF OCCURRENCE: 100 W. Madison Ave. El Cajon
RESUME OF INCIDENT:
A woman passenger and her pet pit bull exited the vehicle she was in to confront a woman near a bus bench at the 100 block of West Madison Ave. in El Cajon. It is believed that an argument may have occurred between the two women, when the woman near the bus bench produced a knife and stabbed the other woman multiple times. After being stabbed, the woman got back into the passenger side of the vehicle and was driven to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead. The victim’s name has not been released pending next of kin notification by the Medical Examiner’s office. The suspect is described as a black female in her twenties 5’6”, 125 pounds with black hair and dark eyes. She was wearing a gray sweat-shirt and dark jeans. Homicide investigators are exploring the possibility the two women may have known each other.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call the El Cajon Police Department Investigations Division at 619-579-3320.
Prepared by: Lt. Walt Miller, Investigations Division Date/Time: 01/17/18 at 1000 hrs.
Reviewed by: Sgt. Darrin Forster, Investigations Division
Jeff Davis, CHIEF OF POLICE