Bail set at $3 Million in Fatal Mother’s Day Hit-and-Run
A judge at the El Cajon Superior Court has increased bail from $1 Million to $3 Million in a fatal Ramona Hit-and Run crash that ended in the death of a Mother and her unborn child. Andrew Milonis, 44, is believed to have rear-ended 29-year-old Jessica Foderingham on Mother’s Day causing her vehicle to crash into a tree in the center divider. The crash killed Foderingham and her unborn child. She was 34 weeks pregnant with a daughter. She leaves behind a husband and two young sons. According to the California Highway Patrol, Milonis caused the fatal accident and fled the scene. He later called a Lyft to take him to a nearby bar. CHP arrested Milonis at the local tavern on suspicion of a fatal drunk driving charge. Milonis faces eight felony counts including two murder charges.
The tragedy occurred on Mother’s Day evening at around 6:46 pm. Jessica Foderingham was following her husband, a San Diego-based Marine, and two sons when the crash occurred. Foderingham looked in his rearview mirror after hearing a loud crash and seeing a car race by him. He rushed to his wife’s aid, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune, but was unable to revive her. Milonis fled the scene of the accident, parking his car and calling Lyft for a ride to a bar. At his arraignment, Milonis entered a plea of Not Guilty to all counts. He faces 40 years to life in prison if convicted on all counts.