Carlsbad Police Searching For Robbery Suspect

CARLSBAD–Investigators are searching for a man involved in a robbery in front of Marshall’s store in North County Plaza on Sunday. According to Carlsbad police, the suspect is described as a white male, in his 20s, five feet, eight inches tall, 120 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black or gray hooded sweatshirt, dark […]

Unknown Suspect Robs Smoke Shop

Uknown robbery suspect

SAN DIEGO–Crime Stoppers and investigators from the San Diego Police Department’s Robbery Unit are asking for assistance from the public to help identify and locate an unknown suspect wanted for armed robbery. On November 12 at 8:30 p.m., a male walked into the Euclid Smoke Shop located at 4268 Euclid Avenue in San Diego. The […]

Sup. Ron Roberts Elected As SANDAG Vice Chair

SAN DIEGO–Supervisor Ron Roberts, who has a long history of public service at local, regional, and state levels, was elected today as the Vice Chair of the SANDAG Board of Directors. A member of the SANDAG Board for almost two decades, Roberts has extensive experience as a regional thinker and collaborator with all 18 cities […]

Northbound I-805 Closures At Mira Mesa

SAN DIEGO–Northbound Interstate 805 (I-805) will be closed between Nobel Drive and Mira Mesa Boulevard/Sorrento Valley Road, Sunday through Tuesday from 9:30 p.m. until 5 a.m., weather permitting. The closures are necessary to allow crews to install temporary supports for bridge widening on I-805 over Carroll Canyon Road. Motorists traveling north on I-805 will be […]

St. Vincent De Paul Village Receives Grant To Support Region’s Emergency Service Users

SAN DIEGO–Today, St. Vincent de Paul Village announced the award of a supportive housing services grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) in support of the Project 25 program. Project 25, which targeted a minimum of 25 homeless individuals identified as the most costly, frequent users of publicly funded emergency services, […]

County Propose Program To Trade In Old Airport Taxi Cabs For Fuel Efficient Cabs‏

SAN DIEGO–Visitors arriving at San Diego International Airport may soon be hailing newer, cleaner taxicabs. County Supervisor Greg Cox and the County’s Air Pollution Control District are proposing a pilot program that would help owners of airport-based cabs to trade in their older, polluting cars for new, fuel-efficient vehicles. “We want to get these older […]

El Cajon Police Open Holiday Storefront At Parkway Plaza

EL CAJON–For the 8th consecutive year, the El Cajon Police Department Holiday Storefront returns to Parkway Plaza in El Cajon this month. This unique police storefront has been a popular place to visit during a hectic day of shopping. There’s nothing to buy, but much to see and learn about holiday and year-round safety from […]

Quality Inn And Suites Clerk Shot During Attempted Robbery


EL CAJON–A gunman entered the office of the Quality Inn and Suites pointing a shotgun at the clerk and demanded money, El Cajon police said Tuesday. The clerk asked the suspect not to shoot and then tried to run into the back office. At that time, the gunman fired one round, striking the clerk in […]

Man Critically Injured In Physical Altercation

SAN DIEGO–A male involved in a physical confrontation in the Horton Plaza community is in critical condition at a local hospital, San Diego police said Monday. On Sunday, just after 2 a.m., an officer saw several people involved in a physical altercation in the 400 block of G Street. As the officer approached, participants of […]

Father Arrested For The Alleged Murder Of 7 Month-Old Infant

OCEANSIDE–Detectives arrested an Oceanside man for allegedly killing his 7 month-old infant, Oceanside police said on Friday. On December 12, officers responded to the Naval Hospital on Camp Pendleton to conduct an investigation of a suspicious circumstance involving the infant who was brought in for a medical emergency. Due to the child’s medical condition, he […]