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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for May 30, 2014

A sketch of a man suspected of trying to sexually assault an Escondido gym employee is making the rounds. Escondido police say the man hid inside the gym past closing then jumped out and attacked the female gym employee closing up for the night. The woman was able to fight off her attacker. Police describe the suspect as a Hispanic man, 35 – 45 years old, five foot five inches tall, shaved head, tattoo across his left ring finger and a teardrop tattoo on his left eye. He was wearing a white tank top, black shorts, black high top tennis shoes and white knee high socks. Anyone with any info is asked to contact Escondido police by calling 760-743-8477 or online at Police.Escondido.org.

San Diego County Jails will no longer hold suspected undocumented immigrants past there release dates unless Immigration and Customs Enforcement has a warrant for the suspects arrest. Before it was practice to hold county jail inmates after their release date if they were suspected of being undocumented, giving I.C.E. time to detain them. Now San Diego Sheriff Bill Gore says unless his department is presented with an arrest warrant he is going to release them. Gore did not give an explanation for the new policy however the American Civil Liberties Union says they think it has to do with a recent federal court decision. The courts said holding someone in local jails without a warrant in a violation of the Fourth Amendment.

The whale carcass that washed ashore near the Mexican border is being cut apart and disposed of this weekend. The 50-foot long dead fin whale has been lying on the beach near Border Field State Park for about a week now. Researchers from the National Marine Fisheries Service are taking samples for the lab then the rest will be hauled to a landfill.

Today is Bike to Work Day. Originally it was supposed to two weeks ago but was postponed because of more than a dozen wild fires that broke out. San Diego Association of Governments organizes the event. SANDAG expects 8,000 riders and they have over 100 pit stops.

All the fun around San Diego’s world famous Rock N Roll Marathon kicks off this morning at 10:45 at the San Diego Convention Center. Boston Marathon winner and San Diegan Meb Keflezighi is leading the official start for the events.

Today the health and fitness expo opens. The marathon is this Sunday and starts at Sixth Avenue and Quince Street near Balboa Park and the finish line is at 13th and K streets near PETCO Park in Downtown.

60-years of Bring Your Own Booze is over for the San Diego traditional summertime Over The Line Tournament along with some other rule changes. The Old Mission Beach Athletic Club or OMBAC says on its web site that the new rules are being forced upon them by the city.

Notable changes are

1: No more BYOB

2: Alcohol will be sold inside the tournament playing area.

3: The tournament playing area will be a fenced and a controlled 21 years old and up area only.

OMBAC says the rule changes are because the voters banned drinking on the beaches without special permits and a group that was denied a permit last year sued the city crying foul.

And finally this afternoon at 1:00 environmentalists are protesting at Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins office at 1350 Front Street. They are upset that Atkins supports Assembly Bill 2145. According to the group the bill will make it imposable for communities to pursue clean energy.

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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 November 5, 2013

San Diego Police are on the lookout for a sexual assault suspect that attacked a young woman. At 7:15 on Monday the fourth in the parking garage of the Fiore Terrace Apartments an exchange student was attacked by the suspect. The victim says he had a gun, shoved her up against a car, and stuck his hand up her shirt. Just then someone came out of the elevator and the suspect ran off. He is described as being thin, 5-foot 6-inches tall, and in his late teens or early 20’s.

San Diego County Board of Supervisors is meeting today at 9:00 AM. There are several things on the agenda but the most interesting is about electronic cigarettes. The board is going to talk about possibly developing county policy on the sale and use of e-cigarettes.

At 10:00 AM San Diego City Council is meeting and on the agenda is the possibility of turning the old and soon to be empty San Diego Annex building into a Kaiser hospital.

Then at noon almost the entire council is going to call on San Diegans to donate to the eighth annual Project Homeless Connect. Project Homeless Connect is an annual event that helps homeless people get access to services and help.

At 6:00 tonight County Supervisor Greg Cox is holding a town hall meeting at the San Ysidro Health Center about the Affordable Care Act.

Two arraignments and a sentencing on the court’s docket today.

In Vista at 1:30 Felix Jones will be arraigned for beating his ex-wife’s sleeping boyfriend with a baseball bat.

Then in El Cajon’s courthouse at 1:30 another arraignment, this time for Danny Shaw. He is an unregistered sex offender from Oregon and he’s accused of passing out candy to kids on Halloween.

Then the sentencing of Starley Cristal Geart at 1:30 in Chula Vista’s courthouse for leaving her 4-month-old baby looked in a car while she shopped.

And finally today one of our own is being honored by the President. Vista’s Elizabeth Perez-Halperin is one of twelve veterans being recognized by the president as a “Champion of Change” Perez founded and is president of a contracting company that is working to advance the use of clean energy.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for September 5, 2013

Syria’s civil war will hit home for San Diegans today. San Diego Veterans for Peace have a protest planned for tonight from 4:00 to 6:00. They are going to hang banners off of the 6th Ave Bridge over the I-5 freeway in downtown protest potential American military strikes in Syria. They say “With no UN endorsement, no NATO endorsement, no support from England, no Arab-League or international approval, now (if ever) is not the time for the United States to get involved”

At 9:00 this morning La Mesa Police will announce a $90,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a freeway shooter. Xusha Brown Jr was riding in a car going east on the 8 freeway near the 125 interchange when someone pulled alongside him and shot into the car fatally injuring Brown. La Mesa Police believe that other drivers on the freeway at that time must have seen the incident and they hope the reward will entice them to come forward.

At 10:30 AM San Diego’s interim mayor Todd Gloria along with its former mayor and CEO of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce will announce several new parts of the Miramar Air Show. The air show generates about $17 million for local economy and San Diego politicos have been trying to find a way to use some of that to keep the airshow going after part of the funding for the show was cut because of the federal budget sequestration. The air show will go one this October 4th and 5th with some changes. It remains to be seen if the money can be raised to bring any or the cut flight demonstration teams. But there will still be plenty to look at and do. Like nightly concerts, a run/walk, drag racing, and family bike ride.

And finally tonight at 4:30 the Chargers are giving media a special preview of all the new food on offer at Qualcomm Stadium. It’s all in honor of tonight’s first official NFL game between the Denver Broncos and the World Champion Baltimore Ravens. Kickoff is at 5:30 PM

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for August 1, 2013

AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for August 1, 2013

The Escondido Police Department is on the hunt for a man suspected of killing his wife this morning.

Hernandez Jesus Flores

46-year-old Jesus “Tony” Flores Hernandez is suspected of killing his 43-year-old wife Juana Montalvo some at before 11:00 AM yesterday. Their son called police saying he couldn’t wake his mother and when officers arrived they found the woman’s body. Hernandez is about 5 foot 6 inches, 150 pounds, black hair, and was last seen driving a tan four-door 2004 GMC Canyon pickup. Escondido Police Department says that if you see him call 911 and to not engage him.

In court today

First in San Diego’s courthouse at 8:30 this morning lawyers representing animal rights activists are asking a judge to issue a temporary restraining order against the San Diego Police Department. The activists want to protest the way animals are treated by the Ringling Brothers Circus and say they will be falsely arrested.

Then this afternoon at 1:30 also in San Diego’s Courthouse Jamarious Porche, Askia Toure, Joseph Ragland, and Michael McGinnis are all on the calendar to be arraigned for a robbery series. At least 11 of the victims were pistol wiped during the robberies.

This morning about 100 foster kids are going to go to Camp Connect with their brothers and sisters. These kids couldn’t be placed with their siblings and this camp is an opportunity for them to spend some time together.

Then at 11 am kids from the Burn Institute are going to their camp called Camp Beyond the Scars at La Jolla Shores. The four-hour beach day camp is for burn patients from 5 to 17 years-old.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for June 18, 2013

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The 36-year-old man accused of kidnapping at 14-year-old boy and taking him to Florida will face federal prosecution in San Diego. Authorities believe that Tony McLeod got the young teen to meet him through an internet video game. Authorities also say McLeod sent the boy pornographic text messages, he’s accused of meeting the boy and flying with him from Los Angeles to Tampa Bay Florida.

Lots of political news today

First at 9:00 AM the San Diego County Board of Supervisors is going to talk about supporting federal legislation to close a loophole in child sex trafficking laws and to speed up prosecution of the accused. The bill is called The Child Protection Act of 2013 will remove a requirement that suspects know the victims are minors.

At 10:00 this morning San Diego’s City Council is meeting about infrastructure needs, capping political party contributions, and art work to recognize Mission Bay as the birthplace of the triathlon.

More open houses for residents along the proposed trolley extension to La Jolla will be at Caltrans offices on Taylor Street this afternoon at 4:00.

And at 5:00 tonight the San Diego Unified School District Board of Education is meeting about its two point five billion dollar budget for 2013/14 school year. The School Districts are now facing a 100 million dollar shortfall for 14/15 year and a 54 for the year after that.

Sir Richard Branson is speaking at the National Apartment Association Education Conference and Exposition this morning at 9:00 AM. The conference’s five-day run begins today at the San Diego Convention Center.

The proposed program for the Balboa Park centennial celebration will be announced this afternoon at 3:00. Mayor Bob Filner and the events producers will talk to the press about the 2015 party plans.

And finally this morning at 8:00 AM the City of El Cajon is participating in an attempt to stage to world’s largest swim lesson. Last year more than 24,000 people worldwide participated. If you want to join in go to the Fletcher Hills Pool at 2345 Center Place in El Cajon.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for May 14, 2013

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Police are on the lookout for an armed man that tried to kidnap a San Diego State University student over the weekend. According to authorities the suspect… armed with a black handgun … tried to kidnap a 19-year-old girl but the young woman turned and ran away escaping her attacker. He is described as a white man, 30’s or 40’s, clean shaven, about 6-feet tall, 180-pounds, with short blond hair, blue eyes, wearing rectangular framed glasses, jeans, blue T-shirt, a tan jacket. Anyone with any info should call San Diego County Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477.

San Diego’s Board of Education is going to take up the Twerking video controversy today. 3 male high school students of color and 28 white female high school students were suspended for making a video in which the young ladies were performing the provocative dance. Today the school board is going to talk about the severity of the sentence and the public can comment as well. Public comment will be held at some time after 2:00 pm at the Eugene Brucker Education Center, Room 2249, 4100 Normal St.

And in other government today both San Diego’s City Council and the County Board of Supervisors are meeting.

The Council is talking about changing some of its rules for outdoor dining and letting microbreweries have restaurants.

The Board is talking about incentive programs for people that put solar panels at their homes.

Sailors and Marines in the Peleliu Amphibious Ready Group return from an eight-month deployment today. While on deployment the group worked with many countries including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates. Coming into port are the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu, the amphibious transport dock USS Green Bay, and amphibious dock landing USS Rushmore.

Conversely this afternoon at 1:00 the amphibious landing ship USS Pearl Harbor is deploying for four-months. They are slated to help with humanitarian missions in countries like Papua New Guinea, Samoa, and Tonga.

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