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Drug-Laden Drone Crashes Near US-Mexico Border

Jan. 21
Associated Press
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Six packets of methamphetamine weighing more than six pounds were taped to the six-propeller remote-controlled aircraft, police in Tijuana said.

Judge Denies Former SEAL's Request To Withdraw Guilty Plea

Jan. 21
By City News Service
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The former U.S. Navy SEAL admitted to stealing more than $1 million from 11 active and retired SEALs and a family friend in an investment scam.

Three Found Dead Inside Rancho Peñasquitos Home

Jan. 20
By City News Service
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Three people have died, the result of a murder-suicide in a Rancho Penasquitos home, police said.

Will More Indictments Come In San Diego Campaign Scandal?

Jan. 21
By Amita Sharma
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One year after federal prosecutors accused a Mexican tycoon and others of campaign finance crimes, a question remains: Is there enough evidence to charge the politicians who benefited from the money?

San Diego County Creates Task Force To Tackle Human Trafficking

Jan. 20
By Susan Murphy, City News Service
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The San Diego Violent Human Trafficking & Child Exploitation Task Force will bring together the collaborative force of local, state and federal law enforcement to investigate organized human trafficking operations.

Border Patrol Fires Warning Shots At Suspected Drug Smuggling Boat Near La Jolla

Jan. 19
By City News Service
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U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents fired warning shots from a helicopter across the bow of a suspected drug smuggling boat off the coast of San Diego County.

Police Investigating Razor Blades Found At Mission Beach Park

Jan. 18
By Matthew Bowler, City News Service
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It was the fourth time in the past 18 months that razor blades have been planted in the grass at Bonita Cove Park, a heavily used play area across the street from Belmont Park.

Navy Bribery Probe Far From Over Despite Key Figure's Plea

Jan. 16
Associated Press
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While the guilty plea by "Fat Leonard" was hailed as a major victory in the case, federal prosecutors say they are not done in their investigation of the scheme.

60 Sinaloa Cartel Members Charged With Drug Trafficking

Jan. 16
By City News Service
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The indictments mark the conclusion of the third phase of a three-year investigation that resulted in charges against 117 people and had a significant impact on the worldwide operation of the Mexico-based cartel.

Man Who Killed Wife In City College Restroom Sentenced To Life In Prison

Jan. 16
By City News Service
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Armando Gabriel Perez stalked his 19-year-old estranged wife after she filed a restraining order against him, then stabbed her to death in a men's restroom at San Diego City College.

Roundtable Analyzes State Of The City, Chargers & LA Stadium, Sheriff's Pre-Crime Squad

Jan. 16
Midday Edition
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The State of the City speech was heavy on task forces — Chargers/convention center expansion, jobs' skills — and somewhat light on the details. Meanwhile the plan for an NFL stadium in LA moves forward. And the sheriff's department is using intelligence to target ex-offenders likely to commit crimes.

'Fat Leonard' Pleads Guilty In Navy Corruption Case, Must Forfeit $35M

Jan. 15
Associated Press
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Leonard Glenn Francis changed his plea to guilty — only hours after a second commander admitted to providing him classified information in exchange for lavish hotel rooms and prostitution services.

Bombshell Confession Video Opens Navy Broadcaster Murder Trial

Jan. 15
By Beth Ford Roth
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An interrogation video in which Air Force Staff Sgt. Sean Oliver reportedly confesses to strangling Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Dmitry Chepusov was prosecutors' first piece of evidence in the court-martial of Oliver, which began on Monday.

Man Steals Police Cruiser, Runs Down San Diego Police Officer

Jan. 14
By City News Service
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Officer Jeffrey Swett was hospitalized with serious but not life- threatening injuries.

Former San Ysidro Superintendent Sentenced To 2 Months For Scandal

Jan. 13
By City News Service
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Manuel Paul, who pleaded guilty to a corruption charge in the "pay-for- play" scandal, was also fined $5,000 and ordered to perform 120 hours of community service.