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Monday Nov 23 | via San Diego Reader
Lifeguard Jet 3 on scene and executes rescues. PT transported to LJ Cove. - 911 caller reports nude male on the beach off Dunemere Dr. 3 Sam, Jet 5 E13, Medic 4 and SDPD respond. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 10 | via NBC Los Angeles
Two men arrested in a La Jolla home invasion may be responsible for burglaries in Hermosa Beach, Newport Beach, and other affluent communities in or near Los Angeles County, San Diego Police said Tuesday. Barbara Bobbie Philips, 82, came face to face with a strange man in her La Jolla home on July 13. Police are searching for two men, possibly three, who invaded an 82-year-old woman's home in the La Jolla area on Sunday night, ransacked the residence and stole belongings. Comment?
Friday Nov 6 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
A man convicted in two shootings, one of which ended the life of his former friend, was sentenced Friday to 247 years to life in prison. Joseph Anthony Hill, 46, was convicted in April of first-degree murder for fatally wounding Sean O'Toole, 47, during a confrontation in the backyard of the defendant's Linda Vista home. Comment?
Friday Nov 6 | via Patch.com
A career criminal who went on a rampage two years ago, fatally shooting a friend he thought disrespected his girlfriend and then wounding a man in La Jolla over a drug debt, was sentenced Friday to 247 years to life in prison. Joseph Anthony Hill, 46, was convicted last April of first-degree murder in the death of Sean O'Toole and attempted murder for wounding Travis Bondurant on Dec. 29, 2013. Comment?
Monday Nov 2 | via San Diego Reader
San Diego Lifeguards are a 24 hour rescue agency whose responsibilities include water rescue, boat rescue, marine fire suppression, coastal cliff rescue, underwater search and recovery, swift water and flood search, rescue and emergency medical response. San Diego Lifeguards also handle enforcement of city, state and federal laws and regulations. Comment?
Oct 26, 2015 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
Two men were arrested this month on suspicion of smashing their way into San Diego businesses and making off with cash registers in a series of burglaries, police said. Carlos Castaneda, 25, was arrested Thursday in the El Cajon area and Jeffrey Jakse, 27, was arrested in Hillcrest the week before, on Oct. 15. Detectives believe the men are responsible for seven burglaries in the Mid-City area, five of which took place in North Park, San Diego police Lt. Comment?
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