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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 4, 2014

A 22-year-old man is dead and the driver the truck that hit him is on the loose. At around 10:10 last night the victim was hit by the box truck and according to the CHP the truck slowed down but then took off. Witnesses say the truck was a white box truck like the kind that people rent to move. It’ll have front-end damage and made a loud rattling noise. Anyone with any info should call 760-757-1675

San Diego’s trash is the topic for the inaugural Zero Waste Symposium. Several environmental groups are getting together this morning at 8:30 to talk about how to divert all waste from our landfills by 2040.

San Diego County Board of Supervisors is meeting this morning at 9:00 about life science industry in San Diego County and a possible eight percent pay raise for Deputy Sheriffs.

Also at 9:00 AM the Port of San Diego Board of Commissioners is getting together to talk about improving the port and maintenance.

San Diego City Council is meeting at 10:00 AM and on the agenda are: construction plans for a new park in Horton Plaza, changing council rules for ballot proposals, and honoring Francis Parker School’s volleyball team.

OK this is your editorial alert…

Depending on grade level it can cost over $27,000 a year to send your kid to Francis Parker School. My question is … who is affecting surprise that the parents of kids who attend a super expensive private school would the political slash financial clout to get the city council to honor their kid’s volleyball team? Now if these kids oh i don’t know fed thousands of hungry people then yea honor them … but playing volleyball real good?? Seriously??

OK I’m done…

At noon District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis and County Supervisor Dianne Jacob are presenting San Diego County’s Methamphetamine Report Card.

And finally tonight at 5:00 the San Diego Unified School District Board of Education is meeting about possible new charter schools and funding charter school facilities.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for June 10, 2013


This afternoon at 1:30 two men accused of selling meth at a Mission Bay Sports Center, that hosts youth camps, will be arraigned in San Diego’s downtown courthouse. 32-year-old Spencer Nicholas Edmonds and 41-year-old Vincent Manuel Garcia are accused of dealing meth along with seven other people. There bail is set at $500,000

Also at 1:30 half of a pair accused of stealing computer equipment from an elementary school will be arraigned in El Cajon’s courthouse today.

Regional politicos will be busy today.

First at 9:00 AM the San Diego County Board of Supervisors is listening to the public about their proposed 4 point 97 billion dollar budget. The new budget increases spending by two and half percent.

And this afternoon at 2:00 the San Diego City Council votes on its 2 point 75 billion dollar spending plan. The new plan includes revisions from the Mayor and a five-year labor agreement.

Then this evening at 5:30 the San Diego Association of Governments, or SANDAG, is talking about construction for the Mid-City Bus Route and trolley expansion to La Jolla.

This morning at 10:45 Democratic Congressman Scott Peters is announcing he’s going to donate eight percent of his monthly income to the non-profit Senior Community Centers. Every month $1,300 will go to the non-profit that helps feed San Diego’s senior citizens. That means he make $195,000 a year

This afternoon starting at 1:00 thousands of San Diego Unified School District high school students are graduating.

And finally tonight at 6:30 at the Birch Aquarium Charlie Kennel the former Director of Scripps Institution of Oceanography is giving a talk about the future of manned space travel. Kennel is now the chairman of the National Academies Space Studies Board.

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16 arrested during City Heights drug raid

16 arrested during City Heights drug raid


SAN DIEGO — Police arrested 16 people and seized methamphetamine and other drugs from a home in the Cherokee Point area of City Heights overnight.

Police raided the home in the 3300 block of Cherokee Avenue just before 9 p.m. Wednesday. Officers were tipped off to alleged drug activity at the house after police arrested 10 people from possessing methamphetamine at another location.

Investigators said they found more drugs and drug paraphernalia at the house, where they arrested six more people. There were also several trailers on the property.

A neighbor said he was not surprised by the raid. He said he had noticed a lot of suspicious activity at the house and was glad that police had taken action.

“Things have gotten crazier, more people, and frankly, a lot of hostile people, so I’m really happy they’re not here right now,” the neighbor said.

A SWAT team as called…

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for March 7, 2013


San Diego police narcotics detectives arrest 13 people and seize an unknown amount of methamphetamine. Early this morning the detectives began arresting several individuals and those arrests led them to a house at which significant amounts of meth was discovered and more people arrested. The house on an isolated cold-a-sack in the San Diego neighborhood of Cherokee point also had what officers thought was a pipe bomb so they called the SWAT team. It was later determined to be drug making device. Officers are still on scene this morning gathering evidence and searching the property.

Today San Diego police department is having a special day of pedestrian traffic enforcement. They hope to educate people about the dangers of J-Walking and walking while distracted. Police say they have investigated 25 traffic fatalities involving pedestrians and that nearly 30% of them happened in January alone. Police will hold a press conference this morning at 9 am

60 robots built and controlled by teams of teenagers will compete in the 7th Annual FIRST Robotics Competition Ultimate Ascent. The teams are made up of over fifteen hundred teens and their mentors. They will test their robotics skill in Frisbee and pyramid climbing challenges. The event known as the Super Bowel of Smarts kicks off today at 10 am with some practice rounds then the completion on Friday and Saturday

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