Suspect wanted on felony battery charges after knocking elderly woman unconscious at LAX: LAPD

The suspect has been identified as Jasan Givens Sr., 38, and the LAPD is asking the public for help in locating his whereabouts.

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Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
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A suspect wanted by the Los Angeles Police Department on felony battery charges after allegedly knocking an elderly woman unconscious at the Los Angeles International Airport last month.

The suspect has been identified as Jasan Givens Sr., 38, and the LAPD is asking the public for help in locating his whereabouts.


Jason Givens Sr. Courtesy: LAPD
 

According to police, Givens was involved in a physical altercation stemming from a road rage incident that resulted in a fistfight on the curb at LAX on May 31 around 9:25 am. During the altercation, the two individuals slammed into the elderly woman and knocked her unconscious while she was checking her luggage curbside. 

The victim was transported to the hospital by the Los Angeles Fire Department in critical condition. She has since been released from the hospital. 

LAPD said Givens is known to drive a silver Chevrolet sedan with license plate 5UAL384. This vehicle has visible damage to the front passenger door. 


Givens' vehicle: Courtesy LAPD
 
Anyone with information is urged to contact Pacific/LAX Detective Scott Danielson at 424-646-8303 or 310-646-2255 or by email at 39038@lapd.online. Those who wish to remain anonymous can call the LA Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.
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