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Attempt Homicide / Vehicular

Post Date:06/02/2018 4:37 PM

TYPE OF INCIDENT

 

Attempt Homicide / Vehicular

 

DATE AND TIME OCCURRED

06/02/2018 1:19PM

 

LOCATION OF OCCURRENCE

E. Madison and N First

 

ARRESTEES:  

 

Dunkel, David, 06/21/1980 Charge 664/187 P.C. X2

 

Bergen, Michelle, 04/16/1989 Charge 664/187 P.C. X2

 

RESUME OF INCIDENT

 

On 06/02/2018 at approximately 1:19 PM the El Cajon Police Department received calls of a Vehicle vs. Pedestrian collision in the area of E. Madison and N. First in the City of El Cajon. Through investigation and witness interviews it was determined that the collision was a deliberate act.

 

The passenger, identified as Michelle Bergen aged 29 of Lakeside, exited the vehicle prior to the collision and physically assaulted a female previously known to her. As the victim of the assault fled the scene with her boyfriend, Bergen got back into the vehicle driven by David Dunkel aged 37 of Lakeside. Dunkel then deliberately drove his vehicle onto the sidewalk in the 1100 Block of E. Madison, striking the boyfriend of the original assault victim. The female assault victim was able to avoid being hit by the vehicle.

 

The victim, as well as both suspects, were transported to the hospital by Heartland medics with moderate injuries. Upon release from the hospital, Dunkel will be booked into San Diego County Central Detention Facility and Bergan will be booked into Las Colinas Women’s Detention Facility. Both suspects will be charged with two counts of attempted homicide.

 

Anyone with information about this incident should call the El Cajon Police Department at 619-579-3300, or anonymously at Crime Stoppers, 1-888-580-8477 or sdcrimestoppers.org.

 

PREPARED BY: Lieutenant Jason Taub

DIVISION: Patrol Division

DATE AND TIME: 06/02/18 4:30 PM

REVIEWED BY:  Sgt. Steven Breakall

 

Jeff Davis, Chief of Police

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