Three separate fires burned nearly 40 acres along the I8 freeway in San Diego’s east County all within a 10-mile stretch at around 5:30 last night. According to FOX5SanDiego.com “investigators believe an arsonist may have set” the fires. However an early morning call to San Diego Sheriff’s confirmed that an investigation hasn’t official started yet. That does not mean that an investigation isn’t ongoing or that it won’t evolve into arson.
This afternoon at 11:45 David Alvarez, Nathan Fletcher, and Kevin Faulconer are all telling the Family Health Centers of San Diego why they should be mayor in another debate. It’s all part of the “Spirit of the Barrio” luncheon at the Logan Heights Family Health Center.
Two sentencings and an arraignment all in San Diego’s downtown courthouse.
First at 8:45 this morning Laguan Antoine Jordan will be sentenced for killing a man and injuring a woman in a street fight.
Then at 9:00 AM Donna Powell will be sentenced for beating to death a woman in a hotel last year while Powell was visiting San Diego from Arizona.
And at 1:30 this afternoon the Madison High School wrestling Coach Jeret Thomas Needham will be arraigned for murder in connection to a reported drug-house shooting.
Early this morning at 6:30 the three-day 50-mile Multiple Sclerosis Challenge Walk starts up in Carlsbad. Walkers are raising money for the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Then at 7:30 this morning the San Diego/Imperial County Chapter of the American Red Cross are honoring ten people for helping communities be more prepared for disasters.
And finally tonight at 6:00 the Haunted Hotel in downtown San Diego opens is 29-day run, hoping to scare thousands at the annual San Diego Halloween haunted house.
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