Part 6: What's Next For The Community 16 Years After The Shooting
DR J’S / March 19, 2019
More than 15 years after the Dr J's shooting, a lot of people are thinking about what's next. Southeast San Diego residents want the government and police to change, and they want their communities to change for the better.
Just after midnight on New Year's Eve, two women on their way home from church were killed in a gang drive-by shooting. In this podcast, KPBS investigative reporter Claire Trageser explores the crime and its impacts on Southeast San Diego, a lower income and predominantly African-American pocket of the city.
Read the series: DR J'S: How A Gang Shooting Changed Southeast San Diego