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San Marcos Teen Convicted Of Starting Cocos Fire

March 24
Midday Edition
By City News Service
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After a two-week non-jury trial, Judge Howard Shore ruled that the girl, now 14, intentionally set a fire in her backyard last May 13 then set another blaze the next day in her neighbor's backyard that sent an ember nearly a half- mile to spark the Cocos fire.

Chula Vista Brush Fire Near I-5 North Slows Morning Commute

March 24
By 10News
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A brush fire erupted off F Street near northbound Interstate 5 in Chula Vista Tuesday morning, slowing the morning commute in the area.

Gunman Attempts To Abduct Female Student At SDSU

March 24
By City News Service
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The man walked up to the student, pointed a black handgun at her and told her to "get into the car." The victim ran from the scene unharmed and called police.

San Diego County Unveils Website To Track Missing Residents

March 23
By City News Service
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The "Take Me Home" service allows families and caretakers to upload key information about missing patients with Alzheimer's disease.

Officials Find Body In Fallbrook Near Missing Man's Car

March 23
By City News Service
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Search-and-rescue personnel looking for a missing 76- year-old Alzheimer's patient in the Fallbrook area Monday found a body a short distance from the man's abandoned car.

City Council Unanimously Approves 5-Year Contract With Police Officers

March 23
By City News Service
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The San Diego City Council on Monday unanimously approved a five-year contract with the San Diego Police Officers Association that includes 3.3 percent raises in each of the deal's final two years.

Sexual Assault At SDSU Dorm Reported

March 23
By City News Service
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A student said she was sexually assaulted by a male student she knows in a campus dormitory.

San Diego Police Chief To Review Shooting That Killed Pit Bull

March 20
By Associated Press
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Shelley Zimmerman said an officer's fatal shooting of a pit bull is being reviewed internally to determine if authorities acted properly.

Roundtable Reviews the SDPD, Baja Press Problems, Salton Sea Crisis

March 20
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer, Neiko Will
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The results of the federal audit of the SDPD are in. Government leaders in Baja are accusing a newspaper chain of extortion. And the Salton Sea is still in deep trouble and the consequences more apparent.

State Lawmaker Wants Process of San Onofre Nuclear Plant Settlement Reviewed

March 20
By Amita Sharma
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Assemblyman Anthony Rendon’s call comes after revelations that the framework for the agreement was developed during a secret meeting in Poland two years ago between former California Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey and an executive from San Onofre majority owner Southern California Edison.

Public Outrage Emerges After San Diego Officer Shoots Pit Bull

March 19
By City News Service
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Protesters are asking Mayor Kevin Faulconer to better train officers after a pit bull was fatally shot in Pacific Beach last weekend.

San Diego Police Chief: Cameras Defusing Confrontations With Public

March 18
By City News Service
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The presence of cameras on the uniforms of San Diego police officers appears to be defusing many tense situations with the public, Chief Shelley Zimmerman said.

Report: 100 Police Officers Have Left SDPD Since July 1

March 18
By City News Service
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The rate of losing around 11 officers a month is around the norm for the past several years, despite city officials making headway in improving compensation packages.

Gunfire At UCSD Apartment Leads To SWAT Standoff

March 18
By City News Service
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An apparently accidental non-injury shooting at an apartment building at UC San Diego prompted a several-hour SWAT standoff early Wednesday and left three people in police custody.

Report: Lapses In Supervision, Accountability Led to SDPD Misconduct Cases

March 16
By Tarryn Mento, City News Service, Laura Wingard
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The federal probe found gaps in San Diego police policies regarding officer misconduct cases as well as a lack of consistent supervision.