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Lockdown Lifted At Lakeside Schools After Fatal Shooting

April 3
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All schools in the Lakeside Union School District were in lockdown this afternoon while police responded to a nearby shooting that left one person dead.

Brown Praises Counties' Creativity In Implementing Realignment

April 3
Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio
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California Gov. Jerry Brown is praising counties and law enforcement agencies for their work implementing his landmark criminal justice system overhaul known as “realignment.” But law enforcement groups are lobbying for a significant change.

Fort Hood Shooter Had Mental Health Issues, Says General (Video)

April 2
By Beth Ford Roth
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Four people died and 16 were injured in the shooting rampage at Fort Hood in Texas. One of the four who died was the gunman, an Iraq war veteran who may have suffered from PTSD. The soldier killed himself.

Groups Merge To Make San Diego More Pedestrian, Bike Friendly

April 2
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Two local groups, Move San Diego and Walk San Diego team up to form Circulate San Diego, a new organization that aims to boost efforts to bring alternative forms of transportation to San Diego.

The Scope Of San Diego's Gang Problem

April 2
By Megan Burks
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For a city whose gang problem pales in comparison to so-called gang capitals Los Angeles and Chicago, we sure have been talking about gangs a lot lately. Here's a primer on San Diego's gang landscape.

Judge Rules Arevalos Sexual Assault Victim Can Present Evidence Police Culture Contributed To Attack

April 1
By City News Service
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Major allegations of a corrupt culture inside the San Diego Police Department will be heard in federal court, a judge ruled late Tuesday.

U.S. Supreme Court Takes On San Diego Case Involving Warrantless Cellphone Searches

April 1
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Should police need a warrant to search your smartphone? A San Diego case goes before the U.S. Supreme Court late this month and tackles the ongoing debate over privacy rights and technology.

3 Camp Pendleton Marines Stabbed Coming To Aid Of Woman (Video)

April 1
By Beth Ford Roth
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Two Camp Pendleton Marines are in the hospital this morning, and a third Marine recovering at home, after the three were stabbed breaking up a street fight. Police say the Marines were trying to help a woman wearing an Angels jersey, who was involved in an altercation with two male Dodgers fans.

CalFire Beefs Up Seasonal Ranks Ahead Of Schedule

March 31
KPBS and Associated Press
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The lack of rain led CalFire to bring on several hundred seasonal firefighters early to staff fire stations from the Sacramento foothills to San Diego County.

Man Killed In Skydiving Accident ID'd As NASCAR Racer Jimmie Johnson's Brother-In-Law

March 30
10News
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The skydiving instructor collided with another jumper and was found dead Sunday afternoon near Otay Lakes outside Jamul, according to the Sheriff's Department.

Magnitude-5.1 Earthquake Shakes Orange County

March 28
By KPBS and Associated Press
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The U.S. Geological Survey said the Friday night quake was centered near La Habra. It was felt throughout Southern California, including San Diego County.

Judge Tosses Some Claims Against SDPD In Sex Misconduct Case

March 28
10News
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A federal judge has dismissed Jane Doe's claims against nine of former police officer Anthony Arevalos' past supervisors in the San Diego Police Department, including former Police Chief William Lansdowne.

Girl Scout Money Bandit Gets Jail Time, Banished From Albertsons

March 27
By City News Service
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A man who stole a jar of cash from Girl Scouts selling cookies outside an Escondido supermarket pleaded guilty Thursday to misdemeanor charges of petty theft and resisting arrest and was sentenced to 240 days in jail.

San Diego Police Chief Hears Racial Profiling Complaints Firsthand

March 27
By Megan Burks
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San Diego's police chief goes from being unaware of racial profiling concerns to hearing them firsthand.

Navy Sailor Killed In Norfolk Shooting ID'ed (Video)

March 27
By Beth Ford Roth
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The Navy has identified the sailor killed in Monday's shooting at Naval Station Norfolk as Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Mark A. Mayo, 24. Navy leaders say Mayo gave his life trying to protect a female sailor.