LCPD seeks information on hit-and-run involving cyclist

News Release

On Friday, October 5<sup>th</sup>, 2018, at approximately 7:30 PM, the Lake Charles Police Department was assigned to investigate a hit and run crash that occurred at the intersection of Country Club Road and Jerry Street.

Upon arrival, officers located a cyclist that had been struck by a vehicle.

Witnesses say the cyclist and suspect vehicle were both traveling east on Country Club Road.

The witnesses describe the suspect vehicle as being a small, compact vehicle, white or silver in color.

The cyclist is listed in stable condition at a Lafayette area hospital.

Anyone with any information surrounding this hit and run crash is urged to contact Sgt. Sammy Kingsley of the Lake Charles Police Department’s traffic division at 337.491.1311 or skingsley@cityofLC.us  

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