A manhunt is on in San Bernardino County after a bicyclist was killed in what police describe as an intentional attack.
According to the Desert Dispatch, 40-year old Barstow resident Bennett Warner was riding his bike westbound on Main Street around 12:53 pm Monday when he was approached by a man identified as 22-year old Raymundo Alberto Rodriguez-Cordova of Barstow.
The two men got into an argument, after which Warner rode into a parking lot on the 1000 block of Main. Cordova followed Warner in his pickup and accelerated into Warner, slamming him into a parked car.
Cordova fled the scene following the crash, leaving Warner to die later of his injuries.
There’s no word on what the two argued about, whether it had to do with road rage or a personal dispute between the two men.
Police are looking for an older model pickup, possibly a 1993 Chevy S10, black with red or primer markings on the front, Kansas plate 180GRS.
Anyone with information is urged to call Detective Tom Lewis at 760/255-5187.
This is the 22nd bicycling fatality in Southern California this year, and the third in San Bernardino County.
My deepest sympathy and prayers for Bennett Warner and all his loved ones.