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Police Looking For Man Who Groped UCSD Student

May 20
By City News Service
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The victim told police the suspect approached her from behind and groped her as she ran in the vicinity of La Jolla Village and La Jolla Scenic drives around 10 p.m. Tuesday.

Wounded San Diego Police Officer Released From Hospital

May 19
By City News Service
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Officer Heather Seddon is continuing her recovery at home after being shot on Sunday following a pursuit of a man suspected of shooting several Kearny Mesa buildings. The suspect was shot and killed after an exchange of gunfire with other officers, police said.

Judge Delays Hearing In McStay Family Murder Case

May 19
By Associated Press
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A judge has postponed a preliminary hearing for a man accused in the deaths of four members of a Fallbrook family who mysteriously disappeared from their home.

Training Tijuana Cops To Avoid HIV Infections From Needle-Sticks

May 19
By Kenny Goldberg
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Tijuana police practices put officers at high risk for needle-stick injuries that can lead to HIV infections. UC San Diego is coordinating the special training to make it safer for officers as they encounter IV drug users.

San Diego County Deputies Now Carry Medication To Treat Drug Overdoses

May 18
By City News Service
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Naloxone, a generic form of a drug called Narcan, counteracts respiratory failure and other ailments in someone who has taken a life- threatening amount of an opiate, such as heroin.

Police ID San Diego Cop Wounded In Shootout

May 18
By KPBS News, City News Service
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Officer Heather Seddon has been with the department five years. She remains hospitalized and was "alert and doing well," San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman said via Twitter after visiting her Monday morning.

Camp Pendleton Marine Convicted Of Rape, Assault

May 18
By City News Service
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A jury found Ted Amparan guilty of rape, assault with intent to commit rape and kidnapping for rape. Prosecutors said six women were victims.

Obama Puts Stricter Controls On Military-Style Equipment For Police

May 18
By Associated Press
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Nine months after police in riot gear dispelled racially charged protests, President Barack Obama is prohibiting the federal government from providing some military-style equipment to local departments and putting stricter controls on other weapons and gear distributed to law enforcement.

San Diego Officer Shot, Man Killed In Kearny Mesa

May 17
By KPBS News, City News Service
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The officer suffered one gunshot wound, and she was being treated at Sharp Memorial Hospital, San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman said. The man who was killed may be linked to a series of shootings at buildings in the Kearny Mesa area.

Boil Water Order Issued For Mount Laguna Recreation Area

May 15
By City News Service
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The Mount Laguna Recreation Area's water system has tested positive for E.Coli. A separate, unaffected water system serves private businesses and residences in the area.

Black Student Organizations Question San Diego Police Policies

May 14
Midday Edition
Evening Edition
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San Diego police Chief Shelley Zimmerman said reforms on policing have been made since a Department of Justice review. But students want racial profiling to end.

Neighbors Help Family Rebuild After Devastating Cocos Fire

May 14
By Susan Murphy
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It was a year ago that a dozen wildfires whipped by Santa Ana winds roared through San Diego County. The fires devoured nearly 27,000 acres and destroyed 63 homes. Those who lost homes continue today to work to rebuild them.

Border Patrol Supervisor Pleads Guilty To Placing Camera In Women's Restroom

May 14
By City News Service
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A U.S. Border Patrol supervisor pleaded guilty Thursday to federal charges for secretly placing a camera in a women's restroom at a Border Patrol facility where several of his female co-workers were videotaped in various stages of undress.

San Diego County Officials Mark One Year Since May 2014 Wildfires

May 13
Beverley Woodworth
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Fire officials and community leaders say San Diego County is better prepared than ever before for wildfires

Harmony Grove Residents Worry About Fire Evacuation Routes

May 13
By Alison St John
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Recovery is slow for Harmony Grove, a community hard hit by the Cocos fire a year ago this week. Plus, residents worry that evacuation routes have not improved.