AM Briefing from for March 25, 2014

More problems for the SDPD. San Diego strippers are suing the San Diego Police Department. The dancers say that while SDPD Officers were conducting an inspection of an adult club they took pictures of the 25 exotics dancers without a warrant or reason. Lawyer Dan Gilleon says that the officers “had no legitimate safety concerns, nor were the manner of detentions commensurate with any articulable threat.” This all happened as the U.S. Attorney’s Office and FBI announce they are launching a probe into SDPD sexual misconduct.

San Diego City Council is meeting this morning at 10:00 AM. On the agenda is final approval for spending $500,000 to build a 5000-square-foot administration building at the Mission Trails Regional Park Equestrian Center. If approved the new building will have offices, a kitchen, showers, conference room, storage space and shade outside.

Republican gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari is in San Diego today. Fist at 10:00 AM he’s touring C-A Botana a skin and personal care manufacturer in with some media availability after the tour. Then at noon he’s leading a roundtable at Andre’s Cuban Restaurant on Morena Boulevard about running business in California with more media availability after that.

Mothers Against Drunk Driving is honoring law enforcement for their part in the fight against drunk driving today at 11:30 AM at the Town and Country Resort.

Mayor Kevin Faulconer and Councilwoman Marti Emerald and talking to the press about how they want to use some of a federal grant to fix things like sidewalks and streetlights. They’ll be at the corner of Orange and Altandena Avenues at 12:30 PM.

Also at 12:30 this afternoon the Fellowship of Orthodox Christians United to Serve or FOCUS is giving out shoes to underprivileged kids at Joyner Elementary School on Myrtle Ave.

Three sentencings this afternoon at 1:30

Leon Powell will be in San Diego’s courthouse hearing how long he’ll be behind bars for breaking into food writer Jeanne Jones’s La Jolla home.

Also in San Diego’s courthouse Thomas Nelson, who pleaded guilty to being one of the three “Backdoor Bandits”, will be sentenced for the armed-robbery of over a dozen restaurants and businesses.

And in Chula Vista’s courthouse Adam Howe will hear his fate for breaking into a church and mobile home park.

Southern California Edison is giving the media a special preview of equipment from the now closed San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station that’s going up for auction starting this Wednesday.

And finally tonight at 7:00 the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission is getting together to talk about what they are going to say in their recommendation to the President in February of 2015.

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