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20-year-old Valencia woman arraigned on felony count

Charge stems from car-vs.-bicyclist crash last month

Posted: April 12, 2013 6:01 p.m.
Updated: April 12, 2013 6:01 p.m.
 

A 20-year-old Valencia woman was arraigned this week on a felony charge of hit and run causing injury or death following a collision with a bicyclist at a Newhall intersection last month, a District Attorney’s spokeswoman said.

The charge stemmed from a collision at Wiley Canyon Road and Wabuska Street on March 15.

Paramedics responded to a report of an auto versus pedestrian and found that a male who had been riding a bicycle was hit by a car, a Los Angeles County Fire Department spokesman said. The bicyclist was not wearing a helmet.

“He went to Henry Mayo (Newhall Memorial) Hospital as a traumatic injury,” a firefighter at the scene said. The man’s name was not released, so his condition was not available from the hospital.

Lindsay Joan Feeley was arrested and booked on suspicion of having left the scene of a traffic collision.

On Wednesday, she was arraigned on the felony charge, said Jane Robison of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office.

The criminal complaint alleges she was the driver of a vehicle involved in an accident resulting in permanent, serious injury to a person other than herself, and that she did “neglect to give to the injured person and to a traffic and police officer at the scene of the accident her name and address, the registration number of her vehicle, and the name of the owner of said vehicle.”

Her arraignment is scheduled to resume next month, Robison said.

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