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Recent Crime News
Tuesday Feb 21 | via NBC Los Angeles
The victim, Gregory Mulvihill, says he received a call from a man identifying himself as a criminal investigator who "had documents that i would want to see" regarding custody negotiations with his ex-wife. NBC 7's Megan Tevrizian has more. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 21 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
A pretrial hearing began for Diana Lovejoy and Weldon McDavid who are accused of plotting to shoot and kill Lovejoy's ex-husband over a custody battle. McDavid was Lovejoy's firearms instructor, both have pleaded not guilty. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 14 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
Do you recognize this man? Police used DNA collected in a decade-old murder case to produce this digital image of a suspect. Do you recognize this man? Police used DNA collected in a decade-old murder case to produce this digital image of a suspect. Comment?
Friday Feb 10 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
In 2000, James Bottomley walks out of the Julian sheriff substation into the custody of Escondido Police. UT/John Gastaldo In 2000, James Bottomley walks out of the Julian sheriff substation into the custody of Escondido Police. Comment?
Friday Jan 27 | via NBC San Diego
The search for a suspect in a home invasion and attempted robbery in Carlsbad ended Friday evening after authorities extensively combed the area, using K-9 units and a police chopper. According to the Carlsbad Police Department, a man entered the victim's house and tied her up. Comment?
Friday Jan 27 | via KFMB-TV San Diego
An intruder with a ski mask pulled down over his face confronted and tied up a resident at her home near Agua Hedionda Lagoon Friday, then fled after she managed to escape and yell for help. The home invasion burglary in the 4600 block of Park Drive in Carlsbad was reported about 2:15 p.m., according to police. Comment?
Jan 16, 2017 | via Channelnewsasia.com
A lawyer for one of the Volkswagen executives charged last week by U.S. prosecutors over the company's diesel emissions scandal said the way they handled the legal process would have been unconstitutional under German law. FILE PHOTO - A U.S. flag flutters in the wind above a Volkswagen dealership in Carlsbad, California, U.S. May 2, 2016. Comment?
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