AM Briefing from for November 27, 2013

Courts are open today and there is a sentencing and arraignment of note.

First at 9:00 AM in San Diego’s downtown courthouse Antuon Grey is being sentenced for first degree murder. It was all part of a gang retaliation. Grey shot two men leaving one of them dead.

Also at 9:00 AM but in El Cajon’s courthouse Jason Michael Palmer is being arraigned for a hit and run. Palmer, an ex-con, is accused of running over a 20-year-old then fleeing.

Mama’s Kitchen is giving a behind the scenes look at their annual Thanksgiving Holiday Pie Sale Delivery preparations this morning at 7:00. They are delivering about 5,000 pies today. The charity’s annual “Pie in the Sky” bake sale is one of its top fundraisers. This year they want to top the $110,000 mark. The money goes to help with the feeding of close to 37,000 AIDS and cancer patients. You can still buy a pie today from 10:00 AM until 6:00 tonight at the Mama’s Kitchen headquarters at 3960 Home Ave. They cost about $20.

And finally tonight at 7:30 the First United Methodist Church of San Diego and the Congregation Beth Israel is hosting its 33rd annual Thanksgiving Eve Worship. Rabbi Michael Berk from Beth Israel is giving the Thanksgiving message.

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