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ZETA Tijuana says Andrew Tahooressi made hotel reservation in Tijuana the night he was arrested

According to the international known and respected Zeta Tijuana Andrew Tahooressi walked across the border made a reservation in a Tijuana Hotel for the night he got arrested driving into Tijuana with guns in his car.

http://www.zetatijuana.com/noticias/generalez/5656/ex-marine-se-hospedaba-en-hotel-de-tijuana

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for April 28, 2014

California Highway Patrol issued an Amber Alert for a missing 3-year-old girl. Tanya Ruiz is described as 3-feet-tall, 33-pounds, brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a brown shit with flowers on it, blue jeans shorts and white sandals. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male in his 30’s wearing a red shirt and red hat. A second suspect is described as having long hair. Anyone with any info is asked to call 559-945-2348. Or if you know where Tanya is call 911

This morning at 9:00 AM the San Diego Opera Board of Directors is going work on keeping the Opera open amidst crippling financial problems. Last month the board said it would have to shutter the 50-year-old institution unless they were able to raise $1 million. Critics of the Opera say board members are paid too much and that a culture of irresponsible financial stewardship is the cause. Last week the Opera set up an escrow account for donations but they have only been able to raise a tenth of what they need. Over 400 people depend on the Opera for work and city officials say it has a $7 million dollar impact on the city’s economy.

Across the country patrons for opera companies have dried up. Companies in New York City, Boston, Cleveland, Baltimore, San Antonio and Orange County have all closed.

Two important things in court today…

First at 9:00 AM a group of defendants that were arrested as part of a massive county wide sweep of suspected gang members are in San Diego Courthouse’s Department 37. Last week over 500 law enforcement officials rounded up 45-members of what U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy called “a particularly volatile and violent” gang.

This afternoon at 1:30 in Chula Vista Courthouse’s Department 16 Pearl Quinones will hear her fate for pleading guilty to felony conspiracy in connection to her job as a Sweetwater Union High School District board member. The 61-year-old is one of 15-people indicted on a “pay for play” scandal between contractors and officials from three different school districts. Many of the other defendants have already pleaded guilty including construction exec Henry Amigable who admitted to trading gifts for influence.

This morning at 9:30 Mayor Kevin Faulconer and San Diego Unified School District Superintendent Cindy Marten are dedicating a new joint-use play field at Theodore Roosevelt Middle School.

At 2:00 this afternoon San Diego City Council is talking about the city’s contract with Rural/Metro Corporation. Rural/Metro Corporation is an ambulance and fire services company. In San Diego the company is contracted for ambulance serviced.

And finally today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. At the San Diego Jewish Academy students are remembering victims by reading the names of 10,000 of the children murdered in the Holocaust. They say that while 1.6 million children were killed there isn’t enough time in the day to read all the names. The kids will be reading from 7:55 through the end of school.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for March 4, 2014

San Diego Sheriff’s Deputies spot then lose a wanted felon. Christopher Doneski is wanted on a felony warrant and for auto theft, possession of stolen property, evading arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia. Initially the Deputies spotted a man they thought could be Doneski driving along Ramona Street in the North Eastern San Diego County of city Ramona. The Deputies tried to pull him over but he didn’t stop. He parked in a driveway and jumped out and ran away. The Sheriff’s helicopter was called and along with Deputies on the ground they searched for Doneski but to no avail. Anyone with any info about his whereabouts is asked to please call San Diego Sheriff’s at 858-565-5200. If your tip pans out you could get a $1000 reward.

San Diego City Council is meeting at 10:00 AM and the two major things on the agenda are…

First approving Mayor Faulconer’s appointment of Shelly Zimmerman as Chief of Police.

Second whether or not to raise the linkage fee back up to its original rate. The linkage fee was originally a 1.5 % fee on construction downtown that was lowered by half. The money is used to pay for affordable housing. There is a push to put the fee back up to its normal rate but opponents say it could cost jobs. Proponents of the fee say that in 2010 the linkage fee collected about $250,000 and that not enough to help with San Diego’s affordable housing crisis.

This afternoon at 1:00 the Port of San Diego Board of Commissioners is meeting and two items are top of their agenda. First a new hotel on Harbor Island and second honoring former San Diego Police Chief William Lansdowne.

At 2:30 the nonprofit Get Safe USA is training first-responders at the San Diego Zoo.

Today is Fat Tuesday and there’s a lot to do all over town all day today.

My top three are

First go over to any San Diego i-Hop and get some free pancakes. Starting at 7:00 AM and running all the way to 10:00 tonight they are serving free short stacks of buttermilk pancakes. Now they are asking for donations for the pancakes and all the money goes to Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego. Last year they raised $52,000

Then at 11:00 AM the Helen Woodward Animal Center is throwing its second annual Doggie Gras and Fat Cat Tuesday Celebration. It’s free and open to the public.

And finally tonight in downtown San Diego the 20th annual San Diego Mardi Gras party and parade. Over 30,000 people are expected to show up and party along 5th avenue between Broadway and Harbor drive.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 27, 2014

An agitated and possibly suicidal 62-year-old man raised a rifle at San Diego Police officer forcing them to shoot and kill him. Yesterday morning at around 10:30 police got a call about a man with an AR-15 in an upstairs apartment between 9th and 10th avenues on Broadway in Downtown. Police say “Initial responding officers as well as emergency negotiators tried to communicate with the suspect, to no avail”. Police go on to say that the suspect was agitated and acting despondent when he raised the weapon at the officers. Then the veteran officer of 22-years fired about dozen shots at the suspect, killing him. The officer is on administrative leave pending the investigation.

San Diego’s politicos have a packed morning.

At 9:00 AM Council members from San Diego and Tijuana are meeting for a bi-national conference about our shared political and economic issues.

Interim Mayor Todd Gloria is giving his final press briefing this morning at 10:00. The new mayor, Kevin Faulconer, takes over on Monday.

At 11:00 AM the city of San Diego is celebrating Black History Month at the City Administration Building. Interim Mayor Todd Gloria and Councilwoman Myrtle Cole are leading the party.

And a Campaign for reusable shopping bags is the subject of Councilwoman Sherri Lightner’s 11:30 news conference.

In court there are two sentencings and two arraignments all at 1:30 this afternoon.

In San Diego’s courthouse Jason Arringdale will hear his fate for threatening a woman and baby with a knife in a department store bathroom

Then Ahmad Abassi is also in San Diego’s courthouse being arraigned and accused of threatening someone with a gun on campus at University of California San Diego.

Up north in Vista’s courthouse Michael Young is being arraigned and accused of beating his brother to death, reportedly in a fight over the noise at their father’s house.

And also in Vista … Agustin Garcia Morales is being sentenced for vehicular manslaughter. He was driving a car that hit and killed a toddler in Encinitas.

Tonight at 7:00 the San Diego Democrats for Equality is picking why they’ll endorse for district attorney.

And finally tonight at 5:00 the 125th Pacific Coast Men’s Doubles Champions tennis tournament will take to the courts at the La Jolla Beach and tennis Club. Starting the tournament … college doubles.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 26, 2014

On the heels of several misconduct allegations, San Diego Police Chief William Lansdowne announces his retirement. Effective Monday March 3rd the 69-year-old law enforcement professional will leave the office he has led for over a decade. Within the past few years several officers have become embroiled in sexual misconduct cases … weather convicted or under investigation. Most notably Anthony Arevalos … convicted of sexually assaulting nine-woman while on duty. He’s serving 9-years in prison.

Reportedly mayor elect Kevin Faulconer met with Lansdowne. Faulconer says “The decision to resign was the chief’s, and the chief’s alone, I told him that I would support his decision.” Faulconer will announce the next step in choosing a new chief over the next couple of days.

Medical Marijuana dispensaries have new rules to follow. Yesterday San Diego’s City Council approved several new zoning regulations in an 8 to 1 vote. The city will now issue a 5-year conditional use permit to all dispensaries and a 1-year renewable public safety permit will come from San Diego Police. They will have to also stay 1,000 feet away from public parks, churches, child care centers, playgrounds, residential care facilities, schools and other dispensaries. They must stay 100-feet away from residential zones, and they are not allowed to have on-site medical professionals that can write pot prescriptions. Also only 4 dispensaries are allowed per council district.

San Diego City Council is busy today.

Starting at 9:00 AM the Budget Committee meets about updated to this year’s budget. Then this afternoon at 2:00 the Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee is getting together to talk about a proposed audit of the San Diego Police Department, e-cig regulations, and sinking a decommissioned Canadian destroyer adding to the scuba diving park off the coast near Mission Beach.
At 9:00 AM San Diego County’s Board of Supervisors is talking about more closely securitizing foreigners who want to learn how to fly.

Immigration reform activists are stopping at Republican Congressman Darrell Issa’s office this morning at 9:30 AM. Then this morning at 10:00 and 11:00, and this afternoon at 3:00 and 4:30 they’re talking to the press.

An arraignment and a sentencing this afternoon at 1:30 worth talking about.

In San Diego’s courthouse Nicholas Gervais is being arraigned for allegedly crashing into another driver and killing him while driving drunk and possibly high, going the wrong way on the 94.

In Chula Vista’s courthouse Salvador Martinez in being sentenced for trying to rob a Taco Bell with a knife. The police say witnesses were instrumental to his arrest.

Making Carlsbad a better city to walk and bike in is the topic of a community forum tonight at 6:00 at the Faraday Center.

And finally … tonight at 7:30 the Shen Yun Chinese music and dance extravaganza starts its five-day run at Escondido’s California Center for the Arts.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 24, 2014

A man is dead and the driver of the truck that hit him is still on the loose. According to police last night at around 7:00 the 35-year-old victim was walking his dog and crossing the 1000 block of University Avenue in Hillcrest when he was struck by black truck. He was declared dead at 7:22 at Scripps Mercy Hospital. Police says the suspects truck is described as being black with “4 x 4” written in red on the rear quarter panel. Police go on to say that there were two people in the truck and ask anyone with any info to call SDPD at 858-495-7900.

San Diego City Council is busy this afternoon at 2:00.

First the great-grandmother who says she was sexually harassed by San Diego’s infamous former mayor Bob Filner is being honored by the council. Peggy Shannon says that Filner grabbed her, kissed her, and repeatedly asked her out. Today she’ll get an official apology and today will be declared “Peggy Shannon Day”.

After that the council is talking about a proposal to close the La Jolla Children’s Pool. The Children’s Pool was created near La Jolla Cove as a safe place for kids to swim in the ocean but seals and sea lions have taken it over. It’s a perennial issue for the council. Some want to block of the beach and leave it for the sea life while other say it is an artificial cove and should be kept clear for children to swim.

This morning at 8:40 The Port of San Diego is opening up its new 4 point 2-5 million dollar power station at the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal. It’s supposed to make it easier for ships to get power and not use their diesel engines as much while docked.

Tonight at 7:00 San Diego Unified School District is taking public input on its plan called “Vision 2020” at Mission Bay High School.

And finally tonight at 7:00 32 performing arts volunteers are being honored by the San Diego Performing Arts League at the 21st Star Awards.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 18, 2014

San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore announced the arrest of a 23-year-old man they believe broke into little girl’s bedrooms while they slept. Sheriff Gore says the Dwayne Farrell was arrested yesterday afternoon on suspicion of burglary. Gore also says that Farrell is known to detectives and was linked to the crime by DNA. Farrell is accused of breaking into two separate little girls bedrooms and watching them while they slept. Reportedly in one case the mother of an 8-year-old was in sleeping with her daughter when she heard heavy breathing and found a man watching them.

Sheriff Gore says “Where somebody is so brazen to break into a home while people are there, and then enter into the bedrooms of small children — really, it makes you shudder to think what might have happened”

San Diego County Sheriff’s also says they arrested six men ranging in age from 21 to 55 for allegedly trying to hire prostitutes. All six men were arrested by the North County Prostitution / Human Trafficking Task Force.

Lots going on in court today

First at 8:30 this morning in San Diego’s downtown courthouse Judy Lynn Hayman will have an identity hearing to confirm if she is the woman that escaped from a Michigan prison nearly 40-year-ago.

Authorities say Hayman was serving time for larceny after stealing some clothes from a department store when she escaped. She’s fighting the extradition.

Four big arraignments today.

First at 9:30 AM in San Diego’s Federal Court Ravneet Singh will be in front of a Magistrate and accused of conspiring to funnel money from a foreign national into San Diego political campaigns.

Second San Diego police officer Christopher Hays will be arraigned in San Diego’s courthouse at 1:30 PM for allegedly sexually assaulting up to six women during pat down searches.

Third at 1:30 this afternoon in El Cajon’s courthouse Samuel Remson and Dominique Woods are being arraigned for supposedly stealing mail that included credit cards and checks from over 100 people.

And Fourth Cynthia Cdebaca is in Vista’s courthouse at 1:30 PM and accused of shooting her 53-year-old son-in-law.

Also at 1:30 this afternoon in San Diego’s courthouse Paul Aaron Brinkman will be sentenced for charging an officer with a pair of scissors. FYI … the officer shot him.

Tonight at 5:30 San Diego Unified School District Trustee Kevin Beiser is at Patrick Henry High School taking input from the public about the school board’s vision for 2020.

The Port of San Diego is talking to the public about its 50-year plan tonight at 6:00. This is the first of two meeting at the B Street Cruise Ship Terminal.

And finally tonight at 7:15 Solana Beach’s Belly Up Tavern is hosting the “Concert for Heroes” to raise money for the Navy SEAL N-S-W Family Foundation.

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