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Juvenile Bicyclist Seriously Injured in Hit and Run****UPDATE****

Post Date:10/05/2018 10:00 AM


Acting on a tip from the public, El Cajon Traffic Investigators and Deputies from the San Diego Sheriff’s Department responded to an address in Lakeside where they located the Blue Honda Fit which was identified as the suspect vehicle in the hit & run which had occurred earlier today.

After conducting an investigation and a brief stand-off with the suspected female driver, officers entered the home of the suspect and took her into custody after finding her hiding under a bed in one of the bedrooms. Twenty five year old Courtney Webber was arrested by El Cajon Traffic Investigators and booked into the Los Colinas Women’s Detention Facility on felony charges including Felony Hit and Run.

The juvenile victim remains in the hospital with serious injuries.

The El Cajon Police Department would like to thank all members of the community who came forward with tips to help us locate this dangerous and wanted suspect.

Lt. Stephen Kirk

Metropolitan Division

El Cajon Police Department

10-04-18    10:35 pm


Serious Injury Bicycle Hit & Run Collision

Post Date: 10/04/2018 11:45 AM


TYPE OF INCIDENT: Hit & Run Involving a Juvenile Bicyclist

DATE AND TIME OF INCIDENT: 10-04-18 at 7:30 am

LOCATION OF INCIDENT: Intersection of West Main Street and Sunshine Avenue, El Cajon

UPDATE: This is a photo of the actual Hit and Run Vehicle, a dark blue Honda Fit. The driver is described was described by witnesses as a Hispanic female with “ bleach blond” hair wearing big hoop earrings




On 10-04-2018 at approximately 7:30 AM, El Cajon Police Officers and Paramedics responded to the intersection of West Main Street and Sunshine Avenue reference a call of a juvenile on a bicycle that had been struck by a vehicle, with the vehicle fleeing from the scene. Upon arrival, police and paramedics discovered a 9 year old male subject laying in the southbound lanes of the intersection. The child was unconscious and transported to a local hospital with serious head injuries. The identification of the juvenile is being withheld at this time.

After a preliminary investigation of the scene and the taking of witness statements, it appears the traffic signal for north and southbound traffic had turned green and the bicyclist was traveling northbound in the intersection when he was struck by a dark blue vehicle, possibly a 4 door Honda Fit which was traveling eastbound on West Main Street. The driver of the vehicle was possibly a female with light colored or blonde hair. The juvenile pedestrian remains at the hospital with serious injuries. Based on witness statements, the suspect vehicle could possibly have damage to the front grill and right fender area.

The El Cajon Police Department is asking anyone with information regarding this hit and run crime to call (619) 579-3311.

We would also like to remind drivers that it is important to obey all traffic control devices and that school is in session, so be aware of children walking or riding their bicycles.  



Lt. Stephen Kirk

El Cajon Police Department

Metro Division


Sgt. Kevin Maxwell

Traffic Unit

El Cajon Police Department

DATE/TIME: 10-04-18 @ 10:30 AM

Police Chief Jeff Davis

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