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A San Diego-area high school and its officials are not liable for claims that a campus security guard slammed a 15-year-old girl to the ground, placed a white hood over her head, and left her with a bloody face and broken collarbone, a federal judge has ruled.
The two measures would regulate retail sales of the battery-operated devices and restrict their use.
A man was stabbed in the back during a fight early Saturday near the south end of Belmont Park in Mission Beach, a San Diego police officer said.
A Chula Vista woman pleaded guilty July 18 to attempted murder of an acquaintance who was stabbed in the neck in his El Cajon home.
The motives for two "cold case" murders in Chula Vista and National City were gang-related and a third murder resulted from one alleged killer's annoyance at a man who was dating his sister, according to court testimony.
A La Mesa resident was behind bars Friday on suspicion of severely beating a 76-year-old man during a road-rage confrontation outside an East County drugstore, leaving him with injuries that required hospitalization and several rounds of surgery.
Thomas Clayton Sikes, 56, was taken into custody Thursday and booked into jail about 3:30 p.m., El Cajon police said Friday.
Denied earlier this year by the city's Planning Commission for conditional-use permits to sell liquor at the franchises at 1021 W. Washington St. and 500 N. Second St., the attorney representing the convenience stores appealed to the city at the July 22 council meeting, but the stores were denied in a 5-0 council vote.
The Fallbrook Family Resource Center will be at 202 West College Street once the relocation is complete.
In an unincorporated part of El Cajon, property owner Tommy Matthews is fighting a court order obtained by the county to access the property in order to remove weeds, trash, and other debris.
Earlier this month, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department became the first law enforcement agency in the state to have their deputies carry Naloxone NBC 7's Matt Rascon reports on the San Diego County Sheriff's Department's new practice of carrying overdose medication.
The mother of the 37-year-old man called 911 about 8:10 a.m. Wednesday and said her son was unconscious and not breathing, sheriff's Lt.
An El Cajon man's life was saved Wednesday after a sheriff's deputy administered a drug to reverse the effects of a heroin overdose.
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Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 06:55 pm
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