HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION IN SPRING VALLEY
March 1, 2024 (Spring Valley) – Sheriff’s deputies attempting to serve civil process documents Monday morning found a woman unconscious, unresponsive and suffering signs of trauma. The victim, Pamela Williams, 55, was found at 7:45 a.m.in a residence in the 3900 block of Conrad Drive in Spring Valley,...
Spring Valley Mar 01 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, a total of 110 crimes were reported in Spring Valley. The most common type of crime was 'Suspicious Situation' with 25 instances, followed by 'Other' with 17 occurrences, and 'Disturbance' with 15 cases. 'Assault' and 'Trespass' were also significant, with 12 and 11 cases respectively. 'Burglary', 'Vandalism', and 'Theft' each had 7 cases, while 'Arson' and 'Arrest' were the least reported, each with only 2 cases. The data reveals an alarming frequency of suspicious situations, indicating a potential security issue in the place. The number of assaults and trespasses also raise concerns about public safety. Despite the lower frequency, the instances of arson, a serious crime, should not be overlooked. This analysis underscores the need for proactive measures to enhance security and prevent crime in Spring Valley.
Few homeless people have been detained under San Diego's camping ban. The number prosecuted is even lower
The city attorney's office agreed to pursue charges in just two cases after six months of police enforcement.
Victim killed in El Cajon shooting identified as dentist
The San Diego County Medical Examiner's Office has identified the victim killed in a dental office shooting Thursday in El Cajon.
Santee Mar 02 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, a total of 95 crime cases were reported in Santee. The most frequently reported type of crime was 'Suspicious Situation', with 24 instances accounting for roughly 25% of all cases. This was followed by 'Burglary' with 17 cases, 'Disturbance' with 12 cases, and 'Theft' with 11 cases. 'Assault' and 'Trespass' were also significant contributors to the crime tally with 9 and 7 cases respectively. Lesser reported crimes included 'Vandalism' with 6 cases, 'Other' with 4 cases, and 'Hit & Run' with 2 cases. The least reported crimes were 'Arrest', 'Robbery', and 'Shooting', each with only 1 case. The data suggests that while 'Suspicious Situation' and 'Burglary' are currently the most prevalent crimes, the overall crime scenario in the place is diverse with a range of crime types being reported.
El Cajon student at risk of expulsion after posting on social media
A Cajon Valley Union School District student is at risk of being expelled after posting on social media following a fight with another student.
Two Men Shot, Killed in Apparent Gang Attack at Grantville Apartment Complex
Two men were shot and killed Friday night in an apparent gang attack during a baby shower around the pool in an apartment complex near the Granville trolley station. San Diego Police were called to the complex in the 4500 block of Alvarado Canyon Road shortly before 9 p.m. where they found two victims suffering from multiple wounds.
Man Sentenced to 113 Years to Life for Role in 2019 Killing of Guard at Shelter
One of two men convicted in the 2019 shooting death of a security guard outside the Alpha Project shelter in East Village was sentenced Friday to 113 years to life in state prison. Floyd Garrett, 51, was convicted by a San Diego jury of second-degree murder for the Dec. 28,...
CA man given maximum sentence for torturing and killing cats
"It's one thing to kill an animal, it's another thing to torture an animal," said Judge Kearney. "In this particular case, these animals were members of the family."
High Surf Advisory, High Wind Warning issued in San Diego County
A pair of weather advisories have been issued for parts of San Diego County as the weekend brings scattered showers and wind to the region.
CA San Diego's Most Loveable Puppies Eagerly Awaits Forever Homes Today!
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of san diego..
Social posts spark fear about rat poisoning at Fiesta Island Dog Park
SAN DIEGO — A Mission Valley resident posted to the Nextdoor app saying someone has sprinkled rat poison throughout Fiesta Island Dog Park and it killed her dog. People throughout San Diego County soon took to social media, spreading a warning for all dog owners to avoid the area.
Politics Report: The Airport Homeless Shelter Fight
This week, folks turned out for yet another Point Loma meeting to pan the proposed H Barracks homeless shelter campus. San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria hopes the site, which will eventually house crucial facilities for the city’s Pure Water project, could in the meantime host shelters and services to serve 700 people or more.
Sweetwater Reservoir reaches water levels it hasn't met in over a decade
The recent wet weather has made a decent impact on a local reservoir, bringing water levels up to a threshold that hasn't been recorded since 2012. “For us in particular, every drop of water that lands in our watershed, we try to capture, so that we can then clean it, treat it and deliver it to our customers,” Roberto Yano, the assistant general manager at Sweetwater Authority, told NBC 7 on Friday.
Over $11 Million in Fentanyl Pills Seized at San Ysidro Port of Entry: A Major Drug Bust Impacting Our Community
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers (CBP) at the San Ysidro Port of Entry in San Diego seized over $11 million worth of blue fentanyl pills. The seizure occurred during a routine vehicle inspection from Mexico. The CBP K-9 unit detected potential narcotics in the vehicle's glove compartment, prompting a detailed inspection.
Elderly San Diego Man Killed In Crash On Highway 74
A 75 year old man from San Diego has been killed in a crash on Highway 74 in Palm Desert. Kenneth Macho was driving a Subaru Crosstrek at 12:32 in the afternoon on Thursday February 29th 2024. He was heading east on that curvy portion of Highway 74 near Vista...
Larry Millete's trial date was supposed to be set Thursday
Larry Millete was back inside of a Chula Vista courtroom. His trial date was supposed to be set, but instead his hearing was continued.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Kittens Up for Adoption in San Diego, CA
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near san diego.
Power Outage Hits Almost 1,050 Customers in Parts of Chula Vista
A power outage left hundreds of homes and businesses without electricity Thursday in Eastlake and Rancho Del Rey and in the area of Otay Reservoir. The blackout struck the east Chula Vista area about 3:20 p.m. Thursday, knocking out power to 1,046 San Diego Gas & Electric customers, according to the utility.
San Diego woman competing on Season 46 of ‘Survivor’
"I think I'm going to be perceived as a nerdy dork," said Moriah Gaynor, a City of San Diego employee who's been cast on Season 46 of "Survivor."