UPDATE: Arrested Saturday 

  Assault Suspect Remains  

Outstanding in Fawnskin 

August 16, 2014, Jordan Lee Foster was arrested shortly after 2:00 p.m. . Foster was seen walking on State Route 38 (North Shore Drive) near Canyon Road in Fawnskin, by a reporting party who was driving in the area. The reporting party immediately contacted the Sheriff’s Department to notify deputies of Foster’s whereabouts and kept visual observations on him until deputies arrived. Foster was reported to have walked towards the shoreline of Big Bear Lake. Deputies detained Foster without incident after a short foot pursuit. Foster was transported to West Valley Detention Center and booked on felony charges of attempted murder. Bail in this matter is set at $500,000; however, Foster is on probation for unrelated charges and remains in custody without the possibility of bail. An arraignment hearing in this matter is set for August 19, 2014.  

The Big Bear Sheriff and Deputies appreciate the assistance of private citizens that resulted in the arrest of Jordan Foster.     

Friday afternoon August 15, 2014 at approximately 1:40 p.m., Big Bear Sheriff Deputies responded to an unknown disturbance in the 39000 block of Barbara Lee Lane in Fawnskin. Through investigation, deputies determined that a 22-year-old white male, identified as Jordan Lee Foster, stabbed a 53-year-old female in the abdomen. It was reported that Foster fled from the scene into a wooded area behind the residences prior to deputies’ arrival. Deputies conducted a thorough search of the area with the assistance of the Sheriff’s Aviation Division, but were unable to locate Foster.

The victim was airlifted to a local hospital for treatment of her injuries.

Foster is autistic. He is 5’9”, 130 lbs., with long black hair and brown eyes. Foster was last seen wearing a tan t-shirt with light blue board-style shorts, and was wearing his hair in a ponytail. It is unknown if Foster is carrying any weapons. Anyone seeing Jordan Foster is requested to immediately contact the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station at (909) 866-0100. The public is advised not to attempt to detain Foster. Due to his mental disabilities, Foster may become agitated if he is approached.