BIG BEAR LAKE (CBSLA) — Authorities are asking for the public’s help to find the driver who hit a woman as she walked across a street in Big Bear Lake and left her severely injured. (credit: San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department) The collision happened at about 8:55 p.m. last Friday on Bartlett Road. Detectives say 62-year-old Emillee Wang of Big Bear Lake was crossing the street when she was hit by a pickup truck. Wang suffered severe injuries, according to authorities. The driver did not stop to help Wang. The truck was last seen going south on Bartlett Road, toward the area of Big Bear Lake. It was described as a light-colored, newer model, crew-cab Ford F-150 truck. Anyone with information about this crash or the truck can contact the San Bernardino County sheriff’s Big Bear Station at (909) 866-0100.
LANDERS (CBSLA) — A San Bernardino couple is accused in the death of a 7-year-old girl, authorities said. Officials said that 7-year-old Dylan Biscamp was taken to High Desert Medical Center in Yucca Valley to be treated for possible heat stroke Wednesday. Biscamp was pronounced deceased on arrival. The San Bernardino County Sheriff Department’s Specialized Investigations Division responded to the hospital and determined Dylan’s death was a homicide. Officials conducted a homicide investigation in conjunction with a Crimes Against Children investigation unit. Detectives located Dylan’s mother, Misty Warfox, 36, and her husband, Paul Warfox, 42, and interviewed them about their involvement in this case. At the conclusion of the interview, both were arrested for willful harm or injury to a child resulting in death. Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the San Bernardino County Sherriff’s Department Homicide unit at (909) 387-3589. Callers wishing to remain anonymous are asked to call the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME (27463), or you may leave information on the We-Tip website.
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San Bernardino Couple Accused Of Killing 7-Year-Old Girl
SAN BERNARDINO (CBSLA) – Authorities are looking for a driver who fled after hitting and killing a pregnant woman while she was crossing a street in San Bernardino late Wednesday night. The victim, believed to be in her 20s, was struck in a crosswalk at the intersection of Highland Avenue and Medical Center Drive a little after 11:30 p.m., according to San Bernardino police. A witness, who did not want to be identified, told CBS2 she heard a crash and a gut-wrenching scream. She ran to the victim, but found her dead. “She was already laying lifeless on the ground, there wasn’t nothing no one could do for her,” said the witness. Officers responded to find the woman dead at the scene. She was not immediately identified. Police believe she was far along in her pregnancy. “The only one that can take the life of a fetus would be a doctor,” San Bernardino Sgt. Jeff Harvey told CBS2. “So, in this case, we have a woman carrying a child, and both of them were killed, so we have two victims.” Police provided CBS2 with surveillance video of the collision from a nearby store, which shows that the woman had almost made it across the street when she was hit. The suspect vehicle, a black Dodge Charger, was found abandoned a short distance away. Police said after hitting the pedestrian, the car veered away, struck a fence and then caught fire. Witnesses told officers the suspect driver, a woman, exited the car and was picked up by a second vehicle, which fled. Investigators are now trying to find the owner of the Charger. Anyone with information on the case should call police.
CAJON PASS (CBSLA) – A truck blaze sparked a 100-acre brush fire off the 15 Freeway in the Cajon Pass area of San Bernardino County Friday morning. (CBS2) The truck fire broke out before 9:50 a.m. near the 15 Freeway and the Kenwood Avenue exit, according to the San Bernardino National Forest. The fire then spread to nearby vegetation. The so-called Box Fire was threatening structures and was 0 percent contained as of 11:30 a.m., according to the San Bernardino National Forest. However, no evacuations had yet been ordered for the nearby Devore Heights neighborhood. There were no reported injuries. Cindy Bachman, a spokesperson for the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, said all residents of Devore Heights should be prepared for any evacuation notices. Two lanes of the northbound 15 Freeway were closed north of the junction with the 215 Freeway, Caltrans said. Several roads going into Devore Heights were also closed. #BoxFire (Update): IC advises fire at 100 acres. Making good progress on mitigating structure threat. Additional assets reinforcing initial attack resources. ^eas — SB County Fire (@SBCOUNTYFIRE) July 6, 2018 The San Bernardino National Forest has activated a call center for residents for information on the Box Fire. That number is 909-383-5688. The San Bernardino County Fire Department, CAL Fire and U.S. Forest Service crews were all battling the blaze.