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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for May 7, 2014

Brazen robbery at the WalMart on College Avenue has police on the lookout. Last night at 10:00 the robber walked up to a clerk, pulled a gun out and fired three shots into the ceiling all while demanding cash. The store was open but none of the customers or employees were hurt. The suspect fled in a silver Mustang. He is described as a black man, 30’ish, heavy set, about 5 foot 8 inches, with some facial hair and maybe dreadlocks.

Today is a heavy court day.

First thing this morning at 8:30 former San Diego police officer Christopher Hays is set to be arraigned 30-year-old Hays is accused of felony false imprisonment and misdemeanor sexual battery. Three women say that Hays groped them and made them do things for him after he searched them.

Then this afternoon at 1:30 there are three arraignments and a sentencing. In El Cajon’s courthouse Latif Raimo is hearing his fate for trying to shoot at two people he was having some sort of conflict with missing them and hitting a mother with her child.

In Chula Vista’s courthouse Kevin Earl Moore is being arraigned and accused of being under the influence of a drug when he crashed and killed an 89-year-old pedestrian.

In San Diego’s courthouse three employees from Three Frogs tree-trimming company are being arraigned for safety violations stemming from the death of a fellow tree trimmer last year.

In Vista’s courthouse 20-year-old Joseph Larry Flores will be arraigned. He’s accused of stabbing another young man in a fight.

At 9:00 AM San Diego City Council continues its hearings about the proposed budget for the coming fiscal year. Today they are talking about parks, libraries and economic development.

And finally today at the Western end of the County Administration building on 1600 Pacific Highway at noon the San Diego County law enforcement Memorial Foundation is honoring officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

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San Diego AM Briefing BowersDesk.com 5-7-14:
WalMart robbery shots fired – suspect on the lose
ex-SDPD arraignment
City Council budget examination
Honoring fallen officer

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for October 25, 2013

A San Diego Police officer is hospitalized after being shot. Yesterday afternoon at 3:30 the SDPD officer attempted to arrest a wanted felon in a storm drain just off of the 2800 block of 39th street when gun fire erupted. The officer was shot in the chest, arm, and leg but is in stable condition at Scripps Mercy Hospital. The suspect was arrest about 15 minutes after the shooting.

Another San Diego County mayor resigns in disgrace. This time it is longtime El Cajon Mayor Mark Lewis. Lewis has been mayor of the Eastern San Diego County city since 1990. He was recorded in an interview making several racially charged remarks about El Cajon’s Chaldean Christian community. El Cajon has the second largest population of Chaldean Christians in the country, most come from Iraq. Hence El Cajon’s nick name of Little Bagdad.

Today at 9:00 AM the Transportation Security Administration is talking to the media about their new screening program. The program is a pre-check and those enrolled will be able to pass through security and keep their belts, shoes, and jackets on.

Three sentencing’s of note this morning.

First in Vista’s courthouse at 8:30 AM Ruben Cepeda will hear his fate for killing his pregnant 18-year-old girlfriend then running to Mexico.

At 9:00 in San Diego’s downtown courthouse Jorge Sillas and Victor Gonzalez are being sentenced for their part in an Arellano Felix drug cartel murder-for-hire plot.

Also in San Diego at 9:00 AM Jiovani Guerrero is being sentenced for ramming a police car while trying to run away from officers.

At 9:00 AM the San Diego Association of Governments Board of Directors is talking about the regional growth forecast and a contract to lay one-mile of rail tracks in Sorrento Valley.

San Diego’s City Council in marking the 10-year anniversary of the Cedar Fire at 11:00 this morning. In 2003 disaster 15 people were killed and hundreds of homes burned down.

And finally at 11:00 AM at the Kissing Statue near the U.S.S. Midway Museum mayoral candidate Kevin Faulconer is picking up an endorsement from several retired military leaders.

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