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San Diego Police And Fire Train For Shooter At Scripps Memorial Hospital

Jan. 30
By Matthew Bowler
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Training for a nightmare: San Diego officers and firefighters train at Scripps Memorial Hospital for the possibility of an active shooter.

Roundtable: Dangerous Dentists; Laura's Law; Seizing Drug Assets

Jan. 30
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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It takes over three years to stop a dentist who harms patients in California. The County Board of Supervisors finally moves to implement Laura's Law, mandating treatment for the dangerous mentally ill. Law enforcement can seize your car, cash, and weapons without charging you with a crime.

Investigators Search Home Of Ex-CPUC Chief Michael Peevey

Jan. 30
By Amita Sharma
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The search comes one month after Michael Peevey stepped down as president of the powerful California Public Utilities Commission.

Ex-San Diego Police Officers Sentenced To Three Years

Jan. 30
By City News Service
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Two married former San Diego police officers who broke into people's homes while on duty and stole prescription painkillers to feed their drug addictions were each sentenced Friday.

San Diego City Council To Consider Paying Attorney Fees For Ex-Lifeguard

Jan. 30
By City News Service
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A long-running legal battle over gender discrimination in San Diego's lifeguard service could end Tuesday when the City Council considers an $875,000 payment to cover the plaintiff's attorney fees.

San Ysidro High School Receives Another Threat

Jan. 30
By City News Service
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At least a half-dozen similar threats, most or all apparently made via the Skype Internet application, have been directed at the school near the U.S.- Mexico border since Jan. 14.

Council Members Tackle Questions Of Race Relations, Community Involvement

Jan. 28
By Dwane Brown, City News Service
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The Black Student Justice Coalition asked a council committee for reviews of police "abuses" and data collection. They also asked council members to strengthen the San Diego Citizens' Review Board on Police Practices.

Another Bomb Threat Made Against San Ysidro High School

Jan. 28
By City News Service
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For the sixth time this month, a bogus bomb threat was made against San Ysidro High School Wednesday.

Airman Found Guilty Of Murder In Killing Of Navy Broadcaster

Jan. 28
By Beth Ford Roth
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After just five hours of deliberation, a military panel found Air Force Staff Sgt. Sean Oliver guilty of unpremeditated murder in the killing of Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Dmitry Chepusov. Oliver faces a sentence of life in prison.

Report: San Diego Fire Hasn't Implemented Improvements

Jan. 27
By City News Service
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Nearly four years after a respected consultant issued recommendations for improving the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department, few of the ideas have been carried out.

Bomb Threat Made Against Flight Departing From San Diego

Jan. 27
By City News Service
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The threat, made via Twitter, was one of several made against various Southwest flights over the last several days, including an earlier one made against another flight out of San Diego on Monday.

US Marine's Bid To Get Murder Charges Dropped In Death Of Transgender Filipina Rejected

Jan. 27
By Beth Ford Roth
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An attempt by U.S. Marine Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton to get murder charges against him dropped in the death of a transgender Filipina has failed. A Department of Justice panel in the Philippines rejected Pemberton's appeal in the murder case of Jennifer Laude.

San Diego Flight Target Of Southwest Airlines Threat

Jan. 26
By 10News
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Southwest Airlines received a series of threats on Twitter on Monday afternoon, one of which specifically named a flight from San Diego to Dallas.

USA Vs. $9,000 In Currency — A Lawsuit Over Drug Money In San Diego County

Jan. 27
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource, Brad Racino / inewsource
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The lawsuit stems from a formal complaint U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy filed related to the federal asset forfeiture program. The complaint isn't against someone — it's against the money itself.

San Diego Agencies Cash In On Drug Money, Assets

Jan. 26
By Brad Racino / inewsource and Leo Castaneda / inewsource
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A federal program allowing police to seize money and assets related to drug trafficking has been good to San Diego County’s cops and prosecutors, providing nearly $30 million to their agencies between 2007 and 2014.

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