Daily Archives: June 6, 2013

South swell delivers big waves

South swell delivers big waves


SAN DIEGO — A long-period south swell will peak Thursday into Friday, causing large surf at San Diego County’s south-facing beaches, meteorologists said.

The National Weather Service issued a high surf advisory effective until 11 a.m. Saturday, saying six to 10-foot waves, with local sets of up to 12 feet, are likely.

The agency advised beachgoers to beware of strong rip currents and waves that may top jetties at times.

The long-period south swell will fade through Saturday, cording to the NWS.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for June 6, 2013


Police are investigating a fatal Officer Involved shooting this morning. It all happened last night at 8:07 and began with a traffic stop. Details are still coming out this morning.
What we do know is that members of San Diego Police’s gang unit are involved. U-T San Diego is reporting no officers were injured.

Lots going on in court today.

This afternoon at 1:30 in San Diego’ courthouse two big arraignments.

First for James Monroe Shaw. He is accused of shooting an 18-year-old in a car near his Alta Vista home.

Second is for Angelo Fabian Arroyo. He is accused of crashing his tuck then running away leaving his severally injured 4-year-old behind.

Then in El Cajon’s courthouse Salem Zora will be arraigned. He’s accused of stabbing his wife to death.

Two Sentencing’s in El Cajon this afternoon

Justin Meltzer pleaded guilty to shooting his ex-wife two-days before Christmas 2011

And Samuel Sullivan pleaded guilty to drunk driving and crashing into a San Diego Police car

This morning at 10:45 the President of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 135 is talking to the media. The union is concerned about enterprise zones. They say it’ll cost taxpayers without the promise of more jobs.

Carlsbad’s desalination plant is celebrating its early construction this morning at 11:30.

At 5:30 tonight Cuyamaca College’s 35th commencement ceremony will honor 500 graduates

And finally this morning here at KSWB FOX5 studio’s we have a special event for more on that here’s FOX 5’s Executive Producer Brad Luck


Thanks Matt!

Tomorrow is National Donut Day. As a special thank you to our FOX5 viewers, the Salvation Army will be giving away free Krispy Kremes and coffee today in front of the FOX5 studios. The fun takes place form 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM on Engineer Road in Kearney Mesa. National Donut Day is usually held on the last Friday of June. It was established by the Salvation Army in 1938 to honor the donut lassies who served treats to soldiers during World War One.

Thanks Brad…

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Oceanside considers smoking ban at outdoor restaurants

Oceanside considers smoking ban at outdoor restaurants


[trib_ndn vid=24868701]OCEANSIDE, Calif. – Lighting up a cigarette at an outdoor restaurant in Oceanside could soon be against the law, if City Council moves forward with a proposed smoking ban.

Council members were fired up Wednesday evening over the proposed ordinance prohibiting smoking at some outdoor dining establishments.

smokingOceanside would join a growing list of San Diego County communities with similar bans, including Carlsbad, Chula Vista and El Cajon.

Deputy Mayor Jerome Kern made it clear he will not support the ban.

“[I] would leave it up to the individual owner of the business to make that decision. We’re not here to make decisions for people on their private property,” Kern said.

Council members expressed multiple concerns with different portions of the ordinance.

Eventually, the council decided to consider an amended ordinance banning smoking in outdoor dining establishments located on public rights of way or on city streets. It will…

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Local woman takes job search to the street

SAN DIEGO woman takes job search to the street


[trib_ndn vid=24865469]SAN DIEGO– A San Diego woman is taking an unorthodox approach to get her foot in the door with employers.

Melissa Arizmendi isn’t begging for food or money, she’s camped out at the intersection of Mesa College Drive and Berger Avenue to find a job.

“I feel that if people see that I have the drive to work, they will give me the opportunity,” Arizmendi said.

Arizmendi hasn’t found a medical assistant job since graduating from Kaplan College a year ago. She went back to get trained as a phlebotomist and still doesn’t have any prospects.

Arizmendi said she wasn’t getting enough help from her school, so she decided to help herself.

She made a sign that reads: “I’m a certified medical assistant/phlebotomist. I don’t want money, I just want a job opportunity!!”and grabbed a spot near Rady Children’s Hospital and Sharp Memorial Hospital.Local woman takes job search to the street

“I actually brought my resumes…

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SDPD officers involved in Escondido shooting

SDPD officers involved in Escondido shooting


[trib_ndn vid=24868357]ESCONDIDO, Calif. — A busy North County intersection just west of Interstate 15 was closed today as detectives investigated an officer-involved shooting in which a heavily armed fugitive was killed.

San Diego police, including gang-unit personnel, had been keeping the suspect under surveillance before they tried to pull him over as he drove through Escondido in a red Ford SUV about 8 p.m. Wednesday.

The man refused to yield and sped off, Escondido police Lt. Neal Griffin said. As the officers gave chase, the suspect lost control of the vehicle, sending it crashing into a wall at Avenida Magoria and Del Lago Boulevard, near Kit Carson Park.

suv shot outThe driver then got out of the SUV, allegedly carrying two guns. When he began to raise one of them, the SDPD officers opened fire, killing him at the scene, Griffin told reporters.

The man’s name was withheld pending family notification.


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