Man Fatally Stabbed At Family Fourth Of July Celebration

SAN DIEGO–A Fourth of July family gathering turned tragic after a man was fatally stabbed in a physical altercation with a family member, a San Diego police spokesman said Sunday. The stabbing victim has been identified as 54 year-old Hermeneglido Parra of San Diego, officers say. On Sunday, officers arrested 22 year-old Joseph Henry Garcia at […]

Murder Of San Diego Man Unsolved

Mark Preville

SAN DIEGO–Crime Stoppers and the San Diego Police Homicide Unit continue to look for leads in the unsolved homicide of a Paradise Hills man. Police say the victim, Mark Preville was known to frequent the downtown San Diego area around Petco Park. On June 14, Preville was found deceased in the parking lot of the […]

San Diego Police Search For Diamond Thief


SAN DIEGO–Crime Stoppers and San Diego police are asking for assistance from the public to help identify and locate a suspect wanted for stealing diamonds from a jewelry store in the downtown area of San Diego. On June 9, at approximately 1 p.m., a male walked into the Exclusive Diamonds By Carter store located at 861 […]

Man Identified In Officer-Involved Shooting


SAN DIEGO–A 60 year-old Vietnamese male fatally shot Thursday by police after he confronted them with a knife was identified as Ton Nguyen of San Diego. The officer involved in the shooting has been identified as 24 year San Diego Police veteran Michael Alberts. On Thursday, at 11:40 p.m., San Diego Police officers responded to […]

Escondido Chemical Polluter Convicted In Massive Scheme To Deceive EPA


SAN DIEGO–An Escondido chemist whose company was previously convicted of environmental crimes in federal court in 2012, pleaded guilty to a new charge, this time admitting that he submitted false documents to the Environmental Protection Agency to obscure his involvement in the prior federal case and avoid becoming ineligible for federal contracts. Michael Conrad, 64, […]

Two Premier Food Service Workers Diagnosed With Tuberculosis


SAN DIEGO–Two people employed by Premier Food Service have been diagnosed with tuberculosis (TB) and may have exposed other employees, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency reported Tuesday. The health agency is working closely with Premier management to notify individuals who work at the company’s facilities at the Del Mar Fairgrounds who were […]

Man Fatally Stabbed In Downtown San Diego


SAN DIEGO–An adult male was fatally stabbed in a physical altercation with another man in the Core Columbia community early Sunday morning, San Diego police said Sunday. Homicide detectives arrested 64 year-old Santiago Gonzalez Abraham Jr. of San Diego and charged him with murder. The victim was a 43 year-old white male whose name will be […]

San Diego LGBT Community Center Responds To Supreme Court’s Marriage Equality Law

SAN DIEGO–Today, The San Diego LGBT Community Center celebrated the historic ruling of the United States Supreme Court in Obergefell v. Hodges, which makes marriage equality the law of the land in all 50 states. Obergefell was a consolidation of cases seeking the freedom to marry for same-sex couples from Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee. The litigation […]

Three Suspects Arrested In Mid City Street Robbery Series

SAN DIEGO–Two adult males and a juvenile were arrested and charged with multiple counts of robbery, burglary, and firearm-related charges, San Diego police says. Anthony Brewer, 18, Natunza Reed, 24 and a 17 year-old juvenile were taken into custody and booked into a county jail. The suspects have been linked to ten armed robberies countywide, […]

San Diego Audubon’s Project Chosen To Spearhead Wetlands Restoration

SAN DIEGO–Today, San Diego Audubon’s ReWild Mission Bay became one of three projects chosen to spearhead wetlands restoration in the San Diego region. As it adopted a resolution to prioritize the protection and restoration of San Diego’s wetlands, the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board selected ReWild Mission Bay for the project’s goal to […]