Relief, frustration in Lucerne Valley over probe of hit-and-run that killed three girls

Robert Hundley
California Highway Patrol spokesman Michael Mumford, left, and Officer J. Rodriguez speak with the families of the girls fatally killed or injured during a collision on June 5 in Lucerne Valley.

Almost four months after a strike-and-run collision remaining three ladies useless and just one seriously injured, some Lucerne Valley locals are asking for justice and transparency from the California Highway Patrol in its ongoing investigation.

CHP publicized the very first sizeable information regarding its development in an ongoing investigation of the collision on Friday, the day in advance of protesters held a vigil and protest exterior the Victorville station on Saturday. The CHP reportstated a no-bail warrant on three counts of vehicular homicide was issued on Aug. 24 for Santos Alejandro Jimenez-Cruz, 18, whom the company alleges was driving the wheel of his father’s white 2002 Chevrolet Silverado pickup when it struck the ladies in summer time of 2021.

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