MILLE CHENES, Calif. (KABC) –

A teenager was arrested for crushing an employee of Thousand Oaks High School and fleeing the scene, leaving the injured victim to death.

The authorities claim that the 16-year-old suspect stole money from a concession and crushed it while he was trying to flee the scene around 8 pm. Friday.

The victim, identified as Lisa Solis' activity assistant, had tried to prevent the teenager from fleeing by standing in front of the vehicle. But authorities say that the teenager crushed him as he was running away from the scene.

She was taken to the hospital and family members reported that she had significant bleeding and a broken jaw, ribs and a leg.

Solis is also a parent of students in the district. She was listed in critical condition in a nearby hospital, said Sheriff County Sheriff's officials.

"We are sorry that a member of our CVUSD family was injured during an incident that occurred during the basketball game last night at Thousand Oaks High School," said Mark McLaughlin, District Director. unified school of Conejo Valley.

"Lisa Solis, Activities Assistant at Thousand Oaks High School, is a dedicated member of the TOHS team and a parent of the CVUSD, so please keep Lisa and her family in your thoughts and your thoughts. prayers."

Please find the following statement by Dr. Mark McLaughlin, Superintendent of the CVUSD:
"We are sorry that a member of our CVUSD family was injured during an incident that occurred in front of last night's basketball game at Thousand Oaks High School. (1/2)

– Conejo Valley USD (@ConejoValleyUSD) February 9, 2019

Lisa Solis, Activities Assistant at Thousand Oaks High School, is a dedicated member of the TOHS team and a parent of CVSD students. Please, keep Lisa and her family in your thoughts and prayers. "(2/2)

– Conejo Valley USD (@ConejoValleyUSD) February 9, 2019

The suspect fled, but MPs were able to catch him near his home. He was arrested for armed aggression with a deadly weapon and reserved for the Juvenile Justice Center.

The suspect is from Thousand Oaks, but his name was not disclosed because he is a minor.

Officials said that the hit-and-run offense occurred during a basketball game played by the ICF on campus.

A GoFundMe Page started helping Lisa Solis pay her medical bills.

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