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Border Patrol agents discover people-smuggling tunnel on U.S.-Mexico border

Border Patrol agents discover people-smuggling tunnel on U.S.-Mexico border

Border Patrol agents in San Diego uncovered early Saturday a smuggling tunnel that they said was used to transit illegal immigrants into the U.S. – a rare tactic that suggests the drug cartels that control border traffic are searching for new ways to sneak people across. Agents spotted several illegal immigrants on the U.S. side […]

Border Patrol Arrests 12 at Area Beaches

Border Patrol Arrests 12 at Area Beaches

SAN DIEGO – In the early morning hours of Aug. 24, Border Patrol agents intercepted two panga-style boats along the coast of San Diego County loaded with more than a dozen people making an illegal entry into the country. At approximately 2:20 a.m., the Joint Harbor Operations Center (JHOC) camera operator notified Border Patrol Dispatch […]

Report from the Jeff Sessions / John Kelly Friday Press Conference at the San Diego Border

Report from the Jeff Sessions / John Kelly Friday Press Conference at the San Diego Border

By Jeff Schwilk   .  Two other Patriot leaders in San Diego County (Steve Hasty, leader of Tri-City Tea Party and Amy Sutton, leader of San Diego Patriots) and I were invited to attend the Attorney General / DHS press conference at the Otay Mesa border fence Friday afternoon (4-21-17) near the Brown Field Border […]

Senator Joe Anderson puts cards on table against SB-54

Senator Joe Anderson puts cards on table against SB-54

. By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   Joel Anderson Rep. (San Diego) is not your typical Sacramento politician who talks through both sides of his mouth trying to please everyone.  The outspoken Anderson does not mince words nor concern himself with making his views more PC for the “progressives”  types who dominate […]

Sea Lions May Not Make the Best Neighbors: Citizens for Odor Nuisance Abatement (CONA) v. City of San Diego et. Al.

Sea Lions May Not Make the Best Neighbors: Citizens for Odor Nuisance Abatement (CONA) v. City of San Diego et. Al.

By Jennifer Felten California is known for its beautiful coastline with miles and miles of beaches.  But not all beaches are as inviting as others.  The case of Citizens for Odor Nuisance Abatement (“CONA”) versus the City of San Diego (“City”) calls into question the habitability of one such beach known as La Jolla Cove.  […]

Outstanding President Trump Rally in San Diego Yesterday! 500 Patriots Celebrated

Outstanding President Trump Rally in San Diego Yesterday! 500 Patriots Celebrated

Great Day in San Diego, USA yesterday!  Best rally in San Diego EVER!  Thank you all for coming out and making it a huge success.  Your American Spirit was off the charts.  We will definitely do it again soon and will make it even bigger and better.  Good coverage and photos from the UT below […]

2 San Diego police officers shot, one fatally, in traffic stop; suspect held

2 San Diego police officers shot, one fatally, in traffic stop; suspect held

By David Hernandez and Lyndsay Winkley Two San Diego police officers were shot, one of them fatally, during a traffic stop late Thursday night in the Southcrest neighborhood, police said. The names and tenures of the male officers, both part of the department’s gang suppression unit, were not released. One of the officers suffered multiple gunshot […]

San Diego County Task Force and Simi Valley Police take Suspect custody for Lewd acts with a Child

San Diego County Task Force and Simi Valley Police take Suspect custody for Lewd acts with a Child

On Thursday March 3, 2016, officers assigned to the San Diego Regional Fugitive Task Force notified the Simi Valley Police Department that they were attempting to locate and arrest Christopher Thomas Harper. Harper had an active felony warrant for three counts of 288.7(b) PC -Sodomy or Sexual Intercourse with a Child Under 10 and two […]

Man transfers title to himself: City stuck trying to reclaim home of San Diego Padres

Man transfers title to himself: City stuck trying to reclaim home of San Diego Padres

By Jennifer Felten Case of the Month: People v. McQuaig The City of San Diego is learning the hard way that real estate fraud can be both a criminal matter and a civil matter. Apparently, in 2014 Derris McQuaig decided that he wanted to own Petco Park, the baseball stadium for the San Diego Padres. […]

Largest U.S. desalination plant nears CA open

Largest U.S. desalination plant nears CA open

. California has begun its biggest foray into desalination. Located in Carlsbad, in the San Diego area, the plant has raised hopes for drought relief — but has brought elevated stakes along with it. “The billion-dollar project is only the nation’s second major seawater plant,” noted the Associated Press. “The first U.S. foray in Tampa Bay […]

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