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  • Marine arrested in shootout with CHP

    Marine arrested in shootout with CHP
    A 19-year-old Marine and documented street gang member was in custody today on suspicion of trading shots with two California Highway Patrol officers and trying to run down one of them during a pursuit in El Cajon, police said. Edward Michael Forney, a...
  • Teens arrested after school vandalized

    Teens arrested after school vandalized
    Four teenagers were arrested on suspicion of vandalizing an El Cajon elementary school today, causing several thousand dollars' damage to a classroom, police said. Officers responding to an alarm about 4 a.m. at Meridian Elementary School, 651 S. Third...
  • Supporters of former Marine-turned-Rastafarian assail San Diego County fire board over tax lien

     
    The mood at the rally before the meeting was California mellow: reggae music, dancing and plenty of backcountry bonhomie. But it grew darker when several dozen supporters of Joseph Diliberti, the former Marine turned Rastafarian and tax-protester, crossed...
  • El Cajon man shot by police outside fast-food restaurant dies

     
    A 56-year-old El Cajon man shot by police during a knife-wielding incident outside a fast-food restaurant has died, police said Thursday. Moses Jovid Muhammad was shot Friday by Officer Nick Sprecco after refusing commands to drop a knife that he......
  • 23 San Diego County residents have contracted West Nile

    SAN DIEGO (AP) - San Diego County health officials say 23 county residents have contracted West Nile virus this year. Officials say a 51-year-old El Cajon man is the latest to contract the mosquito-borne disease. He remains hospitalized with virus-...
  • Dispute Between Neighbors Ends In SWAT Standoff

    EL CAJON, Calif. -- An El Cajon man was being questioned Friday following a overnight standoff with sheriff's deputies. Officers were called to the 1500 block of Graves Avenue after reports of a man pointing a rifle at an apartment complex....
  • Accused Child Molester Being Deported Back to San Diego

    Accused Child Molester Being Deported Back to San Diego
    SAN DIEGO -- A man accused of working with baby sitters who brought him children so he could molest them has been captured in Brazil. The U.S. State Department says that Jared Yaffe was caught Monday by Brazilian federal police and brought back to the...
  • Sinkhole construction keeps El Cajon roadway closed

    Sinkhole construction keeps El Cajon roadway closed
    A stretch of Fanita Drive near Grossmont College remained closed through the day Wednesday as crews worked to fill in a 20-foot-deep sinkhole caused by a ruptured storm drain. The pit developed in the middle of the north-south street in northwestern El...
  • Meeting on former Marine's brush cleanup bill turns ugly

    Meeting on former Marine's brush cleanup bill turns ugly
    A rural fire district meeting turned ugly Tuesday night when angry supporters of a former Marine called on the board to back down on its threat to have the man's property seized because of a $27,552 unpaid bill for brush clearance. The mood at the...
  • Santee trolley likely to resume service Friday

    Santee trolley likely to resume service Friday
    Light-rail service into and out of Santee will likely resume Friday following completion of repairs to equipment damage caused when a light plane clipped trolley power lines and crashed onto a road at the edge of Gillespie Field. Trolley service has been...
  • Thousands head to beach to cool off

    Thousands head to beach to cool off
    Temperatures climbed significantly in San Diego County's inland areas Saturday, sending thousands to the beaches while firefighters kept busy fighting small brush fires. Highs shot into the 80s in El Cajon and Escondido and touched 90 degrees in more...
  • Counterfeiting investigation nets 30 arrests

    Counterfeiting investigation nets 30 arrests
    Authorities announced Monday the takedown of a major counterfeit currency and credit card ring in San Diego County, in which $1 bills were reprinted as $100 bills and then passed at retail establishments. "These counterfeiters ripped off local businesses...