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2 Sheriff's Deputies Killed In Northern California; Suspect Arrested

Oct. 24
Associated Press
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The slaying of the deputies was the single deadliest day for California law enforcement since February 2013. One deputy was from Sacramento County, the other from Placer County.

Ex-SDPD Criminologist Linked To Teen Girl's Killing 30 Years Ago

Oct. 23
By City News Service
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Kevin Charles Brown, who retired from the Police Department in 2002, apparently killed himself this week at Cuyamaca State Park as authorities were about to arrest him in the killing of a 14-year-old girl in 1984.

4 Marijuana Dispensaries In San Diego Shut Down

Oct. 23
By City News Service
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The dispensaries were operating illegally according to regulations adopted by the San Diego City Council earlier this year.

Where Does California's Death Penalty Stand?

Oct. 23
Midday Edition
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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider reinstating the death penalty of a San Diego man found guilty in a triple murder in 1985. But just this summer a federal judge ruled California's death penalty unconstitutional. So where does the state death penalty stand?

Ex-Camp Pendleton Marine Now Alleged Indiana Serial Killer

Oct. 23
By Beth Ford Roth
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Alleged serial killer Darren Vann was "prematurely discharged" from the Marine Corps in the early 1990s, according to military records obtained by the Austin-American Statesman. The Corps found that Vann, now suspected of murdering at least seven women in Indiana, had a character "incongruent with Marine Corps’ expectations and standards."

San Diego Public Safety Agencies Train For School Shooting

Oct. 22
By Matthew Bowler
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The focus of the drill at Knox Middle School in Valencia Park was to address the kind of violence that can happen when kids bully one another.

FBI On High Alert After Canadian Parliament Shooting

Oct. 22
By City News Service

The San Diego FBI office said the agency reminded its personnel to remain on high alert for such incidents in the U.S.

US Marine Held In Transgender Killing No Longer On USS Peleliu (Video)

Oct. 22
By Beth Ford Roth
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The U.S. military has transferred Marine Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton, 19, from the brig of the San Diego-based USS Peleliu to Camp Aguinaldo, a Philippine military compound, allowing the Peleliu to leave the Philippines.

U.S. Supreme Court To Decide San Diego Man's Death Sentence

Oct. 21
By Deb Welsh and Associated Press

The high court has agreed to consider a case that will determine the constitutionality of dismissing minority jurors.

Dozens Arrested In Imperial County Drug Bust

Oct. 21
By Jill Replogle
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Authorities arrested 43 people in predawn raids Tuesday that prosecutors said are linked to a large-scale methamphetamine and heroin trafficking organization in Imperial County.

Rabid Bat In San Marcos Leads To Public Health Outreach

Oct. 21
City News Service
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San Diego County health officials want to identify people who came in contact with the rabid bat that children found on Saturday.

Pros And Cons Of California's Prop. 47

Oct. 20
Midday Edition
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Former San Diego Police Chief William Lansdowne is co-author of Proposition 47, which would reduce some non-violent felonies to misdemeanors. But others in law enforcement have concerns about "unintended consequences" of the measure.

San Diego's Fire-Rescue Vehicles May Be Miniaturized As Toys

Oct. 18
By Tarryn Mento
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City Council members will consider Monday a licensing agreement with Mattel Inc. that would allow the company to create miniature versions of San Diego Fire-Rescue Department vehicles.

San Diego Attorney And Co-Conspirator Charged With Money Laundering

Oct. 17
City News Service
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The defendants used Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts in an effort to mask currency transmissions.

Immigration Holds Plummet In First Year Of California's Trust Act

Oct. 17
By Jill Replogle and Associated Press
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California's Trust Act, which took effect this year, limits the ability of local law enforcement to comply with ICE requests to hold immigrants.

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