Authorities Release Identities Of Officers Shot And Suspects

SAN DIEGO–San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman held a news conference Friday morning at police headquarters to update reporters on Thursday night’s shootings of two police officers, which left one officer dead and the other critically injured. The chief released the names of the two officers who were shot during a 11 p.m. traffic stop […]

Two San Diego Police Officers Shot In Southcrest Neighborhood

SAN DIEGO–San Diego police has reported two San Diego police officers were shot in the Southcrest area. One suspect is in custody, according to authorities. Additional squad cars and police helicopter searching the neighborhood for possible other suspects. Police have urged residents to stay indoors. Condition of the two officers is unknown at this time. BREAKING: We have […]

Man Arrested In 1999 Mountain View Murder

SAN DIEGO–U.S. Marshals and the San Diego Fugitive Task Force arrested a 37-years-old man from Mexico in connection with the murder of a Mountain View man 16 years ago, authorities said Thursday. The suspect, Alfredo Yanez-Munoz, was taken into custody July 21 by Mexican authorities then transferred to U.S. Deputy Marshals. Yanez-Munoz was booked into county jail and charged with murder. On September 18, 1999, […]

Man Dies Of Complications From Chickenpox

SAN DIEGO–A 51-year-old San Diego man died of complications from chickenpox on July 15, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency reported Wednesday . The man had underlying medical conditions and became ill after exposure to a person with shingles, which is caused by the same varicella-zoster virus that causes chickenpox, according to Tom […]

Spring Valley Recycling Company Fined For Failing To Follow Consumer Protection Laws

SAN DIEGO–The District Attorney’s Office revealed a $90,457 settlement Tuesday in a consumer protection case involving Legends Smelting and Recycling, Inc., the owner of a recycling yard in located in Spring Valley. Under the terms of the settlement ordered by San Diego Superior Court Judge Timothy Taylor, the recycling company must follow the law when purchasing used catalytic […]

Infant Dies From Whooping Cough

SAN DIEGO–The County Health and Human Services Agency Monday reported that a 5-week-old San Diego infant died on July 15 from whooping cough. This is the second infant that died from the disease. Whooping cough, also known as pertussis, is a highly contagious disease which peaks every three to five years, according to Health and Human Services Agency. In San […]

Federal Jury Convicts North Park Gang Members Of Racketeering Conspiracy Involving Sex Trafficking

SAN DIEGO–Two members of the Black Mob/Skanless Enterprise which consisted of two North Park-based criminal street gangs were convicted by a federal jury Thursday of participating in a racketeering enterprise involving sex trafficking of minors and adults as well as robbery and drug sales. The jury found 33-year-old Robert “Pimpsy” Banks III, of San Diego […]

Police Investigates Suspicious Death In Midtown Neighborhood

SAN DIEGO–An adult male was found deceased on a pedestrian bridge in downtown San Diego, San Diego police said Friday. San Diego police received a 911 call just after 10 a.m. about a male who appeared to be deceased on the bridge along the 2900 block of Kettner Boulevard. Patrol officers located a white male […]

Track Coach Arrested For Engaging In Sexual Conduct With Female Student

SAN DIEGO–Detectives arrested Thursday a 49-year-old Santana High School campus security supervisor and track coach for engaging in sexual conduct with a female student. Last month the victim’s parents found letters from an unknown person in their daughter’s backpack. The parents revealed the letters were from Santana High School Campus Supervisor and Coach Keith Silvia. The victim’s parents […]

Vice President Joe Biden To Travel To San Diego

SAN DIEGO–Vice President Joe Biden will travel to San Diego Wednesday to deliver remarks on trade enforcement at the Port of San Diego. Biden will highlight the Obama Administration’s record on trade enforcement and discuss actions that can further level the playing field for American workers and businesses. According to the Vice President’s office, since […]