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SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – The following is a collection of this week’s police, fire and courtroom stories from across San Diego County.

Tips Sought After Kitten Thrown From Moving Car In San Diego

The 7-week-old kitten’s injuries were so severe that she needed to be euthanized, according to the San Diego Humane Society.

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Ex-Grossmont Union Teacher Arrested After Sex Misconduct Allegations

Police arrested a former Granite Hills High School teacher on felony and misdemeanor charges, Grossmont Union High School District said.

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East County Teen Sentenced Following Assault, Hate Crime Convictions

The Lakeside teen was convicted for an attack on a woman that led to an allegedly racially-motivated stabbing of the victim’s daughter.

Suspect Jailed In East County Trolley Stabbing

Joshua Lee Martinez, 32, of El Cajon was booked into San Diego Central Jail on suspicion of attempted murder.

Five SDSU football players purportedly carried out the sex assaults during an off-campus house party last Oct. 16.

Tips Sought In 2021 Emerald Hills Homicide

Authorities put out a call for tips regarding an unsolved homicide in Emerald Hills Park almost exactly a year ago.

Man Pleads Guilty In Retiree’s Stabbing Death At North County House

A man pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter for fatally stabbing a 77-year-old retiree at the victim’s Oceanside beach house.

Ex-La Jolla Music Society Director Sentenced For Embezzling $650K

Chris Benavides, 52, pleaded guilty earlier this year to a federal wire fraud count for stealing from the nonprofit.

Murder Conviction Upheld For North County Man In Wife’s Death

A first-degree murder conviction was upheld by an appeals court panel for a man who shot and killed his wife in Vista.

Suspect Jailed In Stabbing Rampage In Mission Valley

A man is suspected of trying to kill three strangers, including a 72-year-old blind man, in an unprovoked stabbing rampage.

Man Found Dead In Scripps Ranch Swimming Pool

Homicide detectives were called in to look for any evidence of criminal involvement in the death.

Woman Injured In 2-Vehicle Crash In San Diego

The woman, who was not wearing a seatbelt, suffered head and foot injuries, according to police.

2 Plead Guilty In 17-Year-Old’s Shooting Death In Chula Vista

Deonte Martinez, 24, and Larry Bradford, 19, were arrested in connection with the March 11, 2021, death of Caleb Beasley.

Suspected DUI Driver Pleads Not Guilty In Fatal Coronado Crash

Erwin Mejia Ramos is accused in the crash that killed his backseat passenger, 26-year-old Sarai Valentina Olvera.

Scooter Rider Critically Injured In University City-Area Collision

Paramedics took the man to a hospital for treatment of life-threatening injuries.

SDSU Investigates Alleged Rape By Football Players

The allegations center around a suspected rape at an off-campus party on Oct. 16, 2021, allegedly perpetrated by five football players.

Tips Sought In Sex Assault In Lincoln Acres Community

The 16-year-old victim suffered minor injuries in the attack, officials said.

Man Drives Car Into San Diego Bay, Arrested For DUI

A man who drove his vehicle into San Diego Bay was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, Harbor Police said.

Mission Bay Traffic Checkpoint Results In 9 DUI Arrests

Police arrested nine motorists on suspicion of drunk driving at an overnight driver’s license/sobriety checkpoint in Mission Bay.

Man Wounded In Shooting After Drug Deal Goes Bad In San Diego

A 20-year-old man was shot multiple times while sitting in his vehicle waiting to make a drug transaction in San Diego County.


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