Daily Archives: February 5, 2014

Alleged Michigan prison escapee captured in San Diego

Alleged Michigan prison escapee captured in San Diego


[trib_ndn vid=25589512]SAN DIEGO — A woman who allegedly escaped from a Midwestern prison 37 years ago was captured in the Balboa Park-area neighborhood where she was living, authorities reported Tuesday.

layman before and after webActing on information from Michigan corrections officials, San Diego police arrested Judy Lynn Hayman, 60, at her apartment in the 3500 block of First Avenue late Monday afternoon, SDPD public-affairs Lt. Kevin Mayer said.

Officers went to the apartment with only a grainy picture of Hayman taken 37 years ago to go on. Hayman initially claimed to be Jamie Lewis, she even had documents to support her claim.

If it hadn’t been for a December blizzard back in Michigan, police may have never caught up with Hayman.

Investigators from the Michigan Department of Corrections had been forced to stay in doors during the snow storm. They figured it was a good time for their yearly review — they pulled out…

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Predator cop to ask for conviction to be overturned

Predator cop to ask for conviction to be overturned


[trib_ndn vid=25588757]SAN DIEGO – The San Diego police officer who sexually assaulted women he pulled over for allegedly driving while drunk may get out of prison on technicality, an attorney said.

Newly released video of police evidence presented during the criminal sexual assault trial against 18-year police veteran Anthony Arevalos shows once of his victims talking with him on the phone while being recorded by police investigators. In the conversation, he admits that he groped and fondled her in exchange for not arresting her on a charge of driving under the influence.


The video shows Officer Laurie Adams asking the victim to write down everything she remembered about an alleged assault from inside a 7-Eleven bathroom in 2011. The victim’s notes were never brought up in the trial that convicted Arevalos of several sexual assaults.

“The defense — paid for by the police department…

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CHP handcuffs firefighter at freeway accident

CHP handcuffs firefighter at freeway accident


SAN DIEGO — A firefighter was briefly detained after a confrontation with a California Highway Patrol officer at the scene of a vehicle accident Tuesday night.

CHP CarsThe unidentified Chula Vista Fire Department firefighter was handcuffed and placed in the rear seat of a CHP cruiser after being repeatedly ordered by a CHP officer to move his truck, which was parked in the center divider of Interstate 805.

The incident occurred around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday at the scene of a vehicle rollover on the freeway near Telegraph Canyon Road in Chula Vista. The firefighter was detained for 30 minutes in the cruiser before being released.

A CHP dispatcher said the matter was under investigation and she could not comment.

Chula Vista Fire Department Chief Dave Hanneman confirmed that the firefighter was detained by the CHP. He said fire department officials were meeting with CHP officials Wednesday to discuss the incident.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 5, 2014

A California Highway Patrol officer handcuffs and detains a Chula Vista Firefighter at the scene of a freeway accident last night at around 9:30. Kudos to KFMB for being on the scene and getting the video. According to their report … Firefighters were at the scene of an overturned car in the center-divide of the 805 freeway near Telegraph Canyon Road. CHP officers asked the firefighters to move their truck. We don’t what happened next but … The fireman was handcuffed and put in the back of the CHP cruiser for about 30 minutes then released. Reportedly both agencies are going to meet today to discuss the incident.

San Diego’s best student athletes officially declare the college their going to this morning at 8 AM. Athletes form soccer, track, cross county, water polo, and football are signing their National Letters of Intent at a ceremony inside Balboa Park’s Hall of Champions. It’s open and free to the public if you want to rush over and cheer.

San Diego City Council’s Infrastructure Committee is hearing a presentation on San Diego’s bridges this morning at 9:00. Then at 2:00 this afternoon the Council’s Environment Committee is talking about the city’s water conservation report and a sustainable energy program

Rules about foreign students taking flying lessons is what the San Diego County Board of Supervisors is talking about this morning at 9:00

This morning at 11:00 Homeland Security Infrastructure Security Compliance Division Inspector Paul Sanders is talking about chemical usage and terrorism at the Pesticide Stewardship Alliance Conference at the Catamaran Resort.

And finally at 5:00 tonight the Oceanside Public Library is holding its annual “Big Read” event. The Dashiell Hammett classic “The Maltese Falcon” is top of the reading list.

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