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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for May 27, 2014

Two sentencings of note today

First at 9:00 this morning the San Diego company Pacific Tank Cleaning Incorporated is being sentenced in federal court. Yes you heard me correctly a corporation is being sentenced. Three years ago some acid spilled out of one of their facilities forming a puddle near an elementary school. The company says that an employee told management about the spill, however the National Response Center wasn’t told. Pacific Tank Cleaning’s production manager Jorge Luquin pleaded guilty to unlawful discharge of pollutants and admitted that he didn’t try to contain the spill at all.

In San Diego’s downtown courthouse 73-year-old Leland Ernest Clyde will hear his fate for gunning down his neighbor at the R.V. park he was living in. Clyde, a felon with long record, was living in the East County Ma Tar Awa Campground in Alpine. He and his 56-year-old neighbor began fighting. Clyde then shot his neighbor in the chest with a shotgun. The victim fell to ground and Clyde walked up to him, stood over him, reloaded and shot him twice more. Clyde’s criminal record goes all the way back to 1959.

18-year-old Eric Chen, a senior at Canyon Crest Academy, is showing off his science project at the White House’s Science Fair today. Chen researched new flu treatments. Some think his work could lead to new class of drugs for treating flu outbreaks, slowing possible pandemics, thus allowing more time to make a vaccine.

13-year-old Allison Grace Grygar is in National Harbor Maryland representing San Diego County in the National Spelling Bee. Grygar is up against 280 spellers from all over the country.

And finally at 9:30 this morning the Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics kicks off with a torch lighting. The run starts at Chula Vista Police headquarters and goes all the way to San Diego Police headquarters by 11:15 AM and then to Carmel Valley Road at North Torrey Pines Road by around 4:00 this afternoon. Over 400 officers participate in the run that raises money for the San Diego Special Olympics.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 19, 2014

San Diego Police Officer Christopher Hays resigns his position pending his trial for sexually assaulting women during put-down searches. The four-year veteran of SDPD pleaded not guilty in his arraignment and is free on $130,000 bail. On Hays’s resignation his lawyer Kerry Armstrong says …

“He’s not going to resign because he’s done anything wrong; He’s extremely upset with the police department for not backing him in this case, and it’s really hurt him. He’s very upset about it and he thinks that his career in law enforcement is over because of these allegations.”

Hays maintains he’s resigning because he needs to focus on fighting the charges.

This afternoon at 1:30 Georgette Cervantes is being sentenced for pushing a man she was dating over a fence causing his death. She pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and is looking at four-years in prison. However, according to Deputy District Attorney Karl Husoe, because of a new state law she could serve one year in San Diego County jail then be released and serve three-years under supervision.

Late this morning at 11:00 AM San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister is announcing the auction of more than 350 properties.

The National Weather Service says that we could get winds gusting up to 60-mile-per-hour though Thursday morning in San Diego County’s valley and mountains. They warn high-profile vehicles to be very careful.

And finally today … a $2.6 million dollar lotto ticket is still unclaimed in Chula Vista. The Mega Millions ticket was bought at Square Bottle Liquor at 21 Naples St. They didn’t match all the numbers. They missed the mega number. The numbers they got are 8, 20, 14, 17, and 39. If this is your ticket you’ve got six-months to get your money.

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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 January 7, 2014

Two San Diego based destroyers deploy this morning from Naval Base San Diego. The USS Kidd and USS Pinckney will be the home away from home to over 600 sailors for months to come. While on deployment the ships will be training with some of our allies and what the navy calls “theater security cooperation and maritime presence operations”.

San Diego’s County Board of Supervisors is meeting this morning at 9:00 about some new appointments.

Then at noon the Port of San Diego and the homeless charity Alpha Project are signing an agreement with help with our growing homeless population.

A new senior citizen community is breaking ground this afternoon at 12:30 in Chula Vista. The new 156-room community will be called Saint Paul’s Senior Homes and Services.

In court this afternoon at 130 there are two sentencing and two arraignments on the schedule.

Wanda Podgurski is on the docket in San Diego to be sentenced for a frailer to appear. Podgurski was convicted of insurance and disability fraud when she took off and turned up in Mexico. Podgurski was extradited back to the states after she began taunting San Diego’s District Attorney over twitter.

In Vista’s courthouse Pedro Luis Padilla will be sentenced after pleading guilty to many graffiti crimes. Originally Padilla and his 15-year-old accomplice were arrested for more than 400 separate graffiti crimes.

Carlos K Romero is accused of leading police on a pursuit across San Diego County to the Mexican border will be arraigned in San Diego’s courthouse.

And Azteco Frankie Soto is set to be arraigned in Chula Vista’s courthouse for supposedly trashing a South Bay high school cafeteria over the Thanksgiving holiday.

And finally tonight at 5:00 the San Diego Unified School District Board of Education is meeting about a $320 million bond issue and some charter school business.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for December 18, 2013

San Diego County has at least two more millionaires this morning. Two of the five winning tickets for last night’s multi-state lotto were bought in San Diego. The winners got all of the numbers except the mega number. Each ticket is worth over $2.6 million. The tickets were bought at Fuller Liquor and Deli in San Diego and Square Bottle Liquor in Chula Vista. The winning numbers are 8, 14, 17, 20, 39.

In court today three sentencing’s and an arraignment of note.

At 9:00 AM in San Diego’s courthouse Charzel Shears is being sentenced for a 1996 robbery and murder. Shears robbed then killed the owner of a market in San Diego’s Southcrest neighborhood.

Also at 9:00 but in Chula Vista’s courthouse Tyrie Wells, convicted of being one of 5 people that robbed, shoot, and killed a man near a child’s birthday party, will hear his fate.

Navy man Earl Smith Jr. will be sentenced at 1:30 this afternoon in Vista’s courthouse for driving drunk and killing an elderly couple on their daily walk.

And at 1:30 too this afternoon but in Chula Vista’s courthouse Jose Ascencio Gomez is on the docket to be arraigned for stabbing his ex-wife.

There are three fun events tonight.

First at 6:00 The Salvation Army Kroc Center is hosting its holiday themed ice skating show along with public skating and getting in will only cost you one unwrapped toy worth more than five bucks.

You can see a free classic monster movie from the 1940’s tonight at 6:30 at San Diego’s new Central Library.

And finally tonight at 7:00 California Ballet’s annual performance of “The Nutcracker” officially starts its holiday run.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for December 9, 2013

San Diego’s infamous former mayor Bob Filner will officially be sentenced this morning at 9:00. 71-year-old Filner pled guilty to grabbing and fondling three women while in office. Reportedly he’s going to be on probation for three years and spend three months in home confinement. Officially he is guilty of one felony count of false imprisonment and two misdemeanor counts of battery. If he violates the terms of his probation Filner could spend six-months in jail. KSWB FOX5 plans to carry the sentencing live.

San Diego’s City Council is busy today. First at 9:00 AM the Infrastructure Committee is meeting about a report on our sidewalks. Then at 2:00 PM the whole council is meeting and on the agenda; San Diego’s five-year financial outlook and the first quarter budget report.

This afternoon at 3:30 salaries for San Diego’s City Council member and Mayor are top of the agenda for the City of San Diego Salary Setting Commission.

San Diego City Councilwoman Sherri Lightner and Lorie Zapf are talking to the press about creating a citywide bicycle network and the 45 recommendations from the Water Policy Implementation Task Force at 10:00 AM.

And finally at 11:00 AM many of San Diego’s law enforcement agencies are coming together to release their annual marijuana eradication campaign results. They focused on indoor grow operations and hash-oil extractions that caused explosions.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for September 23, 2013

Three San Diego based crewmen are OK after their helicopter crashed in the Red Sea. Why the MH-60S Nighthawk helicopter crashed is still under investigation, but the Navy says they do not suspect “hostile action” to be the cause. And the search is continuing for two other crew members that are still missing.

Alex Charfauros … Convicted of second-degree murder in connection to the 2010 shooting of San Diego Police Officer Christopher Wilson … Will hear his fate in San Diego’s downtown courthouse at 8:30 this morning. He’s facing life in prison

Two arraignments in San Diego’s downtown courthouse at 1:30 this afternoon.

First: Hans Peterson will be arraigned for shooting two people in two separate La Jolla homes, hours apart.

Second: Noah Ehlinger is being arraigned for reportedly trying to shoot a romantic rival.

In El Cajon’s courthouse at 1:30 PM Tassie Behrens will be arraigned on child abuse and drug violations following the drowning of her two toddlers in a friends pool.

San Diego’s city council is busy today.

First at 10:00 AM Council members Sherri Lightner, Marti Emerald, and Mark Kersey are talking to the press about the city’s disaster preparedness.

Then this afternoon at 2:00 the whole council meets and top of the agenda is the Independent Budget Analyst’s report on infrastructure. That’s sure to make it into the mayoral campaigns of all the candidates.

And finally this morning at 8:00 am golfers will attempt to win $1,000,000 in the finals for the LM Capital Group $1 Million Hole-in-One Shootout at the Carlton Oaks Golf Course in Santee. The Holiday Bowl origination puts on the event and in its 24-years no one has ever won.

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