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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for April 11, 2013


The voice of Charlie Brown pleads guilty to stalking and criminal threats charges. Arrested in January 56-year-old Peter Robbins threatened a doctor that did cosmetic surgery on his girlfriend. Robbins then physically assaulted his girlfriend during a fight over the surgery, and reportedly left threating messages on his girlfriend’s voice mail too. Robbins will be sentenced next month and could be sentenced to up to three years in state prison.

Two sentencing’s today of note

First at 9 AM Paul Thweni will hear his fate. Thweni pleaded guilty to bribing a University of San Diego basketball player in an attempt to fix a game.

And this afternoon at 1:30 Rick C Huffman will be sentenced for burglary in a botched attempt to steal bank customer account info.

Finally this morning at 10:15 the San Diego Unified School District is showing off its new Motion Picture Industry facility at Point Loma High. It’s all part of a program that will give students a professional style place to make their very own movies.

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Crime in San Diego Up For 2013

The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) has released its annual crime report.

The report summarizes crime for the 2012 year.

According to SANDAG crime is up this year, however it is still down over the long term.

In a release SANDAG said:

“The number of homicides across the region saw the greatest one-year increase: 107 homicides were reported in 2012, a 30 percent increase from 2011. Over the past 30 years, homicides in the San Diego region peaked at 278 in 1991 and decreased fairly steadily to 86 in 1998. Since then, the number has fluctuated, but has not dropped below 67 (in 2010) or exceeded 130 (in 2003). “

Read the whole report HERE

2012 Annual Crime_April 10 2013