Daily Archives: July 3, 2013

Elderly Tierrasanta woman found dead in kitchen

Elderly Tierrasanta woman found dead in kitchen


SAN DIEGO — Homicide detectives Wednesday were investigating the suspicious death of a 78-year-old woman in her Tierrasanta home.

Family members called 911 around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday to report they had found the woman’s body in her home in the 4800 block of Tinasa Way, according to San Diego police Lt. Mike Hastings.

They told officers they went to the home to check on the woman after they hadn’t heard from her in awhile, he said in a statement.

“Police officers made entry into the house and also saw that the family member was deceased and also that there was some blunt force trauma,” a police spokesman told Fox 5 News.  “We have a team of homicide detectives inside the residence at this time. We’re doing this for an abundance of caution. There’s still an awful lot of follow-up investigation to do.”

The woman was found lying on her kitchen…

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for July 3, 2013


This morning San Diego Police are investigating the suspicious death of a 78-year-old woman. According to Police the elderly woman was found by family members lying on her kitchen floor and she appeared to have suffered trauma to her body. San Diego Police Homicide Detectives are investigating.

Fire burns 110 acres in east San Diego County. The blaze broke out at around 1:30 yesterday afternoon. Both air and ground crews attacked the fire … no structures damaged and no injuries have been reported and the fire burned an unpopulated and uninhabited area of the Cleveland National Forest. Later this morning CAL Fire will give an update

The San Diego County Fair continues today and pig racing is on the schedule for 11:30 am.

Oceanside’s 125th anniversary fireworks show will light up the sky tonight at 6:00. The whole community is coming out for the party from high school bands to food trucks. Best viewing will be just north of the 3300 block of Senior Center Drive.

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Big Bay Boom producers are keeping fingers crossed

Big Bay Boom producers are keeping fingers crossed


[trib_ndn vid=24923267]SAN DIEGO — Producers were setting up Tuesday for this year’s Big Bay Boom Fourth of July fireworks show hoping things go according to plan.

The show last year had been planned to last more than 15 minutes, but it barely lasted 30 seconds.

Screen Shot 2013-07-02 at 10.42.36 PM“We had a computer glitch that set off all the fire works simultaneously,” said August Santore Jr. with Garden State Fireworks, the company in charge of the show last year. “We take responsibility for what happened so we are giving this year’s show for free.”

More than 3,000 explosives are being meticulously placed to set up a grand show this Thursday, valued at $125,000.

Company officials said the issue with the computer glitch has been fixed.

Producers also tell Fox 5 they’ll also be running an additional computerized simulation of the show, as an extra test, to check for any possible issues before the fireworks…

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