Deputies Seeking Assistance In Search For Christina Johnson

Big Bear, Ca, February 13, 2012, 12:00pm – On Friday, February 10 at about 12:00 noon, deputies from the Twin Peaks Station responded to the area of Hook Creek  Road and Hwy 173, in the Cedar Glen area near Lake Arrowhead,  following the report of a stabbing.  Upon arriving on scene, deputies were told that the victim was attempting to repossess the suspect’s vehicle that had been reported stolen.   The suspect had bought the vehicle using fraudulent information and the victim was working as a repossession agent for the dealer.  The suspect refused to let the victim take the vehicle and, in the midst of the confrontation, the suspect retrieved a knife from the vehicle and stabbed the victim a total of five times in the back, wrist and arm.  While attempting to flee, the suspect rammed her vehicle into the victim’s vehicle several times and attempted to hit the victim as she fled.  The victim was flown by helicopter to Loma Linda University Medical Center, where he was treated for his injuries.  Deputies are still searching for the suspect: Christina Johnson, a 47 year old African American female, described as 5’3 and 190 lbs, with shoulder length black hair with blonde highlights.  Johnson is expected to be driving a 2008 Subaru Impreza Black 4 door with rear end damage, with a California license plate of 6JTR982.  If anyone has information on the suspect’s whereabouts or the suspect’s vehicle location please contact the Twin Peaks Sheriff Station at (909) 336-0600.   Callers wishing to remain anonymous may leave information on the We-tip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME.

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Big Bear, Ca, February 13, 2012, 12:00pm – On Friday, February 10 at about 12:00 noon, deputies from the Twin Peaks Station responded to the area of Hook Creek  Road and Hwy 173, in the Cedar Glen area near Lake Arrowhead,  following the report of a stabbing.  Upon arriving on scene, deputies were told that the victim was attempting to repossess the suspect’s vehicle that had been reported stolen.   The suspect had bought the vehicle using fraudulent information and the victim was working as a repossession agent for the dealer.  The suspect refused to let the victim take the vehicle and, in the midst of the confrontation, the suspect retrieved a knife from the vehicle and stabbed the victim a total of five times in the back, wrist and arm.  While attempting to flee, the suspect rammed her vehicle into the victim’s vehicle several times and attempted to hit the victim as she fled.  The victim was flown by helicopter to Loma Linda University Medical Center, where he was treated for his injuries.  Deputies are still searching for the suspect: Christina Johnson, a 47 year old African American female, described as 5’3 and 190 lbs, with shoulder length black hair with blonde highlights.  Johnson is expected to be driving a 2008 Subaru Impreza Black 4 door with rear end damage, with a California license plate of 6JTR982.  If anyone has information on the suspect’s whereabouts or the suspect’s vehicle location please contact the Twin Peaks Sheriff Station at (909) 336-0600.   Callers wishing to remain anonymous may leave information on the We-tip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME.

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