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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 13, 2014

A skateboarder is dead and a 17-year-old girl is under arrest. According to witnesses late last night just before 11:00 in the intersection of Palomar Airport Road and Carlsbad boulevard the skater was hit by a silver Chrysler sedan that sped off after the accident. Police found the car about a mile away and arrested the teen driver.

The record setting cold and stormy weather on the east coast is hitting home in San Diego. Many flights in and out of San Diego have been canceled, delayed, or diverted. Flights coming from or heading to airports in New York, Baltimore, D.C., or any of the airports in the storm affected swath across the east coast are affecting arrivals and departures in San Diego. For those trying to get here I bet it’s really disappointing, for those trying to leave probably not so bad. San Diego is expecting clear skies and tempters in the mid 70’s today.

Better here than there.

Food trucks and medical marijuana are today’s topics for Interim Mayor Todd Gloria’s press conference at 10:00 AM.

Then at 1:00 this afternoon San Diego County Water Authority’s Board of Directors is meeting about how they are going to deal with California’s drought.

At 2:00 PM San Diego City Council’s Economic Development and Intergovernmental Relations Committee is getting together for a special meeting. They are going to talk about one of their economic development plans, and the city’s hiring practices.

At 12:30 this afternoon the Coast Guard Cutter Boutwell is coming back to San Diego after two-moths at sea in the Eastern Pacific. While out they caught drug smugglers and saved three stranded fishermen.

Two notable arraignments in court today, both at 1:30 PM.

In Chula Vista’s courthouse Ramiro Espinoza is being arraigned and accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend with her 4-year-old very close by.

And in El Cajon’s courthouse Samuel Remson and Dominique Woods are being arraigned for supposedly stealing mail from over 100 people.

Tonight at 5:00 San Diego’s Armed Services YMCA is hosting is annual Father & Daughter Dance. They’re expecting 450 fathers and daughters.

And finally also at 5:00 PM the San Diego Military Advisory Council is celebrating its 10th anniversary at PETCO Park.

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Preventable Deaths Set Tragic Records in 2012 | News | San Diego County News Center

Preventable Deaths Set Tragic Records in 2012 | News | San Diego County News Center

Preventable Deaths Set Tragic Records in 2012 | News | San Diego County News Center.

Suicide and drug overdoses are up in San Diego County for the second year in a row.

According to the San Diego County Medical Examiner

413 suicides last year … that the highest since 1988

269 people died from prescription drug overdoses. that up from 267

Deaths from heroin use rose from 20 to 29

In 2012 homicides rose to 122 from a record 20-year low of 91 in 2011

You can read the report for yourself HERE


Woman wanted in 1993 shaken-baby death

Woman wanted in 1993 shaken-baby death


Maria LariosSAN DIEGO — Authorities asked the public Tuesday for help in locating a woman who disappeared after an infant suffered suspicious fatal injuries while she was baby-sitting the year-old boy at her Shelltown home 20 years ago.

Maria Elvia Larios, 67, is wanted on suspicion of murder in connection with the death of Jose Shaw, who succumbed to trauma consistent with having been violently shaken, according to San Diego police.

On March 2, 1993, Larios made an emergency call to report that the baby had been injured at her residence in the 1800 block of South 39th Street, purportedly from falling off a bed.

Medics took the child to a hospital, where physicians determined that he had suffered injuries consistent with shaken-baby syndrome. Larios denied wrongdoing and agreed to cooperate with investigators looking into the fatality, but soon fled to Mexico.

Three days after Larios vanished, the child died.


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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for March 11, 2013


Early this morning over a dozen people are displaced and five are injured at a downtown San Diego hotel fire. Reportedly people jumped from the second story to save themselves from the smoke and fire. However no deaths have been reported yet. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

Today the owner of pit bull that killed a 75-year-old woman is set to be sentenced. Cala Cornelio was convicted … with her mother … of involuntary manslaughter. The two owned a pit bull that attacked and killed their elderly neighbor. Sentencing is scheduled for 9 AM.

This afternoon a Marine Corporal will be arraigned for the murder of a Navy veteran. Back on January 3rd the navy man’s body was found tucked into a sleeping bag, in an S-U-V parked in a lot near a supermarket in Oceanside. 23-year-old Kevin Albert Richard Coset arrested on February 22 will be arraigned at 1:30 in the Vista courthouse.

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2 Mexicans charged in death of Coast Guard officer


[trib_ndn vid=23906854 site_section=dash]LOS ANGELES — Federal prosecutors filed charges against two Mexican citizens Monday in the death of a Coast Guard chief petty officer who died after the boat he was on was rammed by a suspected drug smuggling boat over the weekend.

Chief Petty Officer Terrell Horne IIIChief Petty Officer Terrell Horne III suffered a fatal head injury early Sunday morning while he and other Coast Guardsmen were attempting to stop a  Mexican panga  near Santa Cruz Island in the Channel Islands National Park.

A criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court charges Jose Meija-Leyva  and Manuel Beltran-Higuera with killing Horne while he was engaged in official duties. According to the complaint, Meija-Leyva told investigators that he was the captain of the panga.

The two defendants were scheduled to appear in federal court in Los Angeles Monday afternoon.

Horne, 34, of Redondo Beach, was second in command of the Halibut, an 87-foot patrol cutter…

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