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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for January 30, 2014

Sewage flowing out of the Tijuana River into the ocean near the US – Mexico border prompts officials to issue a contamination alert. San Diego’s Department of Environmental Health or D-E-H says that a pipeline brake at a reservoir let the sewage loose. The waters from the Border north through Imperial Beach are not safe for swimming. The D-E-H will retest the waters soon but until then signs warning people of the health hazards will remain up.

The National Weather Service issued a high wind warning for San Diego County’s mountains and deserts. They warn us that sustained winds of 25 to 35 miles per hour with gust up to 60 will scours the east county. They go on to warn drivers to watch for debris and that people driving high profile vehicles like semi-trucks and RV’s should be extra careful.

There is an arraignment and sentencing of note today.

First at 8:00 AM in El Cajon’s courthouse Hector Hoyt’s arraignment for a fatal hit and run while driving a San Diego Gas and Electric truck. At the time 55-year-old Hoyt worked for SDG&E. He’s accused of hitting 54-year-old Robert Fisher on January 6th then taking off, all while driving an SDG&E Ford 550 truck.

Then at 1:30 this afternoon in Chula Vista’s courthouse retired firefighter and former Commodore of the Coronado Yacht Club is being sentenced for molesting a neighbor girl.

San Diego Association of Governments Board of Directors continues their annual retreat this morning. They are at Lakeside’s Barona Resort all day talking about car sharing and rapid transit.

At 10:00 AM San Diego Police and Sheriff’s announce their new campaign against human trafficking. They are highlighting some legal changes that will impact businesses.

And finally tonight at 11:00 PM the Indochinese Association of San Diego kicks off the Year of the Horse with fireworks, a dragon dance, and traditional Chinese music.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for October 7, 2013

Close to 230 Camp Pendleton residents are allowed back into their homes today after officials evacuated them because of a fire. The weekend blaze burned 1500 acres and is 15 percent contained as of Sunday afternoon.

San Diego County courts are very busy today with six arraignments on the schedule worth talking about.

First this morning at 8:30 in Vista Superior Court 61-year-old Michael Vilkin will be arraigned and accused of shooting his neighbor over a landscaping dispute.

Then the next four arraignments that matter will all be at 1:30 in San Diego Courthouse’s Department 12

Ghazal Mansury will be arraigned and accused of killing her 79-year-old mother

Georgette Cramer Cervantes will be accused of murdering a guy she was dating then engaging in a 7-hour -long swat stand off

54-year-old Gregory Eagles … a youth ice hockey coach … will be accused of trying to buy and sell child porn

An Orange County man will be arraigned and accused of smashing a bottle over the head of another man in the parking lot of Qualcomm stadium just after a Chargers / Cowboys game. The whole fight was caught on someone’s cell phone and put on youtube.

And the last arraignment of note today will be in Chula Vista’s courthouse … John Kinloch and elementary school teacher will be accused of molesting five kids and having child porn.

San Diego’s City Council is meeting today. First this morning at 9:00 the Audit Committee is going to talk about problems associated with “Managed Competition”. A new audit of the Publishing Services says that the workload was artificially inflated witch prompted bidders to ask for more money than they may have really needed to do the projects. Publishing Services is the first city department to use “Managed Competition”. Then in the afternoon the council will talk about a proposed development in Otay Mesa’s Brown Field.

And finally the USS Higgins and its crew of 250 come home to San Diego this morning after a lengthy deployment…The guided-missile destroyer served in the Western Pacific and Middle East.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for September 30, 2013

This afternoon at 1:30 49-year-old Hans Petersen will be arraigned for shooting his ex-brother-in-law and an old business associate. Petersen is suspected of shooting 53-year-old Steven Dowdy at his home then going to the home of Ronald Fletcher and shooing him. Both victims survived the attack. Police say Petersen was angry over losing his job.

San Diego’s City Council is meeting at 2:00 this afternoon to talk about parking.

Tonight at 5:30 El Cajon’s Ronald Reagan Community Center is hosting a community meeting about next year’s America on Main Street party. The event is part of a national series of Flag Day community celebrations.

And this morning at 9:30 San Diego’s brand new downtown library opens its doors for its first official day. The nine-story 500,000-square-foot building cost $185 million to build and will be open until 8:00 tonight.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for September 17, 2013

San Diego’s City Council will consider changes to the Barrio Logan Community Plan today. The top issues for the plan are housing, what to do with the shipyards, Navy Base San Diego, and the environment. It’s thought that once agreed upon this plan will affect this community for decades to come.

Mayoral candidate Kevin Faulconer is picking up another endorsement this afternoon at 1:00. The San Diego Hotel-Motel Association will officially give their support to the Republican hopeful.

This morning the USS Cowpens will leave on a seven-month deployment. The Navy says that the cruiser and its 400 member crew will head for the Western Pacific.

Vista Unified School District will guarantee their graduating students admission into Cal State San Marco this morning at 10:30 by signing a memorandum of understanding with the university. So now if a child graduates form a high school in the Vista Unified District and they’ve taken the right classes they will get into CSU San Marcos.

San Diego Unified School District Board of Education is getting together tonight at 5:00. On the agenda, building neighborhood school as part of their “Vision 2020” plan

In court this afternoon at 1:30 there are three notable arraignments.

First Casey Allen Wilson, Robert Anthony Hodge, and Laura Elshire will be accused of a series of bank heists. At one of the supposed robberies Wilson was shot by a security guard.

Then Rachel Escobedo will be before a judge. Escobedo is an elementary school principal accused of possessing a stolen gun and drugs.

Lastly Douglas Ellens will be accused of robbing three banks. Two of them with in 90 minutes of each other.

Today is the second anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement. In San Diego a rally is scheduled for 6:00 pm at the Civic Center plaza with a march through downtown after.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for June 17, 2013

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Our morning commute is still being affected by a brush fire from Sunday evening. This fire is 100 percent contained however according to C-H-P the number 3 lane on the East Bound 52 will remain blocked for the morning commute. According to San Diego Fire Dispatch the fire burned 110 acres in the Mission Trails Regional Park. The cause is still under investigation.

A bunch of readiness and status conferences that I’m not going into now however … In Vista’s courthouse at 1:30 this afternoon the arraignment for Arturo Salazar he is accused of murdering the mother of his two children and stuffing her body under a bed in his garage.

Also at 1:30 this afternoon in San Diego’s courthouse Andrew Marcinowski is being arraigned. He is accused of leading police on a car chase and crashing into two other cars during the pursuit.

The San Diego City Council is meeting and the big thing on the agenda is Verizon asking for approval to put up a dozen cell towers in Encanto.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for June 11, 2013

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There is a lot going on in court today

First in San Diego’s Courthouse at 8:30 36-year-old Geronimo Polina and 33-year-old Eduardo Macias will be sentenced for attempting to carry out a Mexican Mafia “hit” in prison. While in Donovan State Prison the pair conspired to kill a inmate

Also at 8:30 in San Diego 22-year-old Whitney Holman is being arraigned. She is accused of trying to drown her 9-month-old baby in the bathtub.

This afternoon at 1:30 in El Cajon’s courthouse, Casy Tschida she’s the woman accused of murdering a woman while the victim walked home from a Lemon Grove Bar.

In Chula Vista at 1:30 Erica Braswell will be sentenced for drunk driving, leading police on a chase, all with her two kids in car.

Then at 1:30 this afternoon in Vista’s courthouse the sentencing for Perry Allen. Allen pleaded guilty to burglarizing nine rooms at the up-scale La Costa resort.

Local politicos have a lot on their plates today too

First San Diego’s City Council is meeting at 10:00 am and expected to override a Mayoral veto. The Mayor vetoed a waiver given to a Kearny Mesa apartment complex developer. This will be the third time one of Mayor Filner’s vetoes is overridden by the council.

This morning at 9:00 AM the San Diego County Board of Supervisors is continuing its budget meetings.

This afternoon at 1:00 the Port of San Diego Board of Commissioners is talking about expanding the National City Marine Terminal, a new R-V park in National City, dredging the bay, and their budget for next year.

Both El Cajon and Chula Vista’s City Council are examining their respectively proposed budgets this afternoon

And at 10:00 AM San Diego Gas and Electric is talking to the press about this summer’s power supply.

And finally beginning today is 17-days of amphibious training for the Navy Third Fleet and 1st Marine Expeditionary Force. The multi-national training includes participants from Canada, Japan and New Zealand. In a press release the Navy says “The exercise will test staffs in the planning and execution of amphibious operations in a series of live training events.”

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for April 2, 2013

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In court this morning

Michael Dale Garritson’s trail will get a courtroom today. A video sufficed that shows him allegedly abusing a 23-year-old disabled man.

The preliminary hearing for 68-year-old Frederick Hengl starts this morning. Hengl is accused of killing, dismembering, and then trying to cook the body of his 73-year-old wife.

A 64-year-old man convicted of molesting three of his young relatives may be sentenced this morning.

And in court this afternoon

The Arraignment for Michael Vilkin, Vilkin is accused of killing his neighbor possibly because of a tree trimming argument.

San Diego County’s Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister is reminding property owners that the second installment of their property taxes will be due by April 10th.

A man wanted for the kidnapping and sexual assault of a 10-year-old girl may be in San Diego. 30-year-old Tobias Dustin Summers fled from police in Los Angeles and is believed to have come to San Diego. Summers and 29-year-old Daniel Martinez allegedly abducted the girl from her Northridge bedroom last Wednesday … she was found by a coffee shop employee that took her to the Emergency Room. Martinez was arrested Sunday. Summers is 6 feet tall, about 160-pounds, blond hair, blue eyes, with large tattoos of a flaming skull and woman on his right arm. He is considered dangerous and anyone spotting him should call 9-1-1

And in more positive news … free swimming and pool safety lessons are being offered by Rady Children’s Hospital. Call Bud Kearns Pool at 619-261-8392 for more info

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