AM Briefing from for January 21, 2014

Increased security welcome students back to class today after threatening online messages closed the school late last week. Police and school administrators closed the Heritage Digital Academy Middle School, Heritage Digital Academy High School, and Escondido Charter High School on Friday because of the threats. On Thursday an anonymous person threatened the schools saying it would come under “a barrage of bullets”. Ominously the suspect also said “You’ll see me on the news”. School officials and police say that they think the school is safe enough today for students to return.

Two sentencing’s of note this afternoon in San Diego’s downtown courthouse. Paul Aaron Brinkman will hear his fate for charging a police officer with a pair of scissors. And Victor Manual Diaz pleaded guilty to prank-calling his sister saying there was a bomb in her car, which caused authorities to shut down Interstate 15.

Tonight at 5:00 the San Diego Unified School District Board of Education is meeting about a budget plan and how the state’s spending proposal will impact the school district.

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