Off-duty cop charged with raping woman

By Joshua Rhett Miller | New York Post November 28, 2017 | 9:54am | An Arizona cop accused of sexually assaulting a woman in San Diego while off duty has pleaded not guilty to eight felony charges, including rape of an intoxicated person. Jared Elkins, a 33-year-old officer for the Yuma Police Department, pleaded not […]

Monster Kody from Eight Tray Gangster Crips spits freestyle before his recent incarceration

STREETGANGS.COM | June 16, 2017 Big Monster Kody, from Eight Tray Gangster Crips was paroled to San Diego back in 2012 but was rearrested in San Diego on a Great Bodily Injury charge according to the San Diego police. Before Monster Kody (Sanyika Shakur) was arrested in 2016, he recorded this exclusive free style gangster […]

L.A. Cop Admits He Tried to Smuggle a Man Across the Border

By Dennis Romero | LAWEEKLY.COM Thursday, June 2, 2016 at 5:30 a.m It was case so strange it was almost hard for us to believe. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials alleged that then-Los Angeles Police Department Officer Carlos Curiel Quezada, Jr. tried to smuggle a Mexican man north across the border at Otay Mesa, […]

Bill to shed light on California’s gang database moves forward

By Ali Winston / Revealnews.org April 12, 2016 Legislation that would open California’s gang database to more public scrutiny advanced in the state Assembly today, despite significant opposition from law enforcement. The bill – AB 2298 by Assemblywoman Shirley Weber, D-San Diego – aims to provide adults with the right to be notified – and […]

Arnold Schwarzenegger ally’s son Esteban Nunez freed from prison after commuted sentence

Abc7.com | Politics Sunday, April 10, 2016 11:45PM SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The son of a former California state Assembly speaker has been freed from prison after his manslaughter sentence was dramatically reduced in 2011 by then-Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, prison officials said Sunday. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said Esteban Nunez, now 27, will […]

San Diego County district attorney launches team to review possible wrongful convictions

Kristina Davis | Latimes.com April 05, 2016 Uriah Courtney, convicted of a rape he didn’t commit, walked out of prison an innocent man after eight years behind bars. Twenty-one years after a jury found Kenneth Marsh guilty of beating to death his 2-year-old son, he was told the case against him was dismissed. The men […]

Gangs Continue to Recruit but Numbers Stagnant in San Diego

Posted by Chris Jennewein | San Diego Times October 19, 2015 Gang membership isn’t growing in San Diego, but young people continue to join — typically at the age of 13 –and more than half of gang members carry guns. Those were among the key findings of a new report released Monday by SANDAG‘s Criminal […]

Protestors aim to get rid of ‘gang conspiracy’ law

by Kristina Audencial | Fpx 5 News Posted 10:27 PM, May 3, 2015, Updated at 11:09pm, May 3, 2015 SAN DIEGO — It’s an ongoing battle for family and friends of those locked up under a law that makes it illegal to benefit from gang activities, otherwise known as Penal Code 182.5. A prayer vigil […]

San Diegans say police wrongly documented them as as gang members because of neighborhood

By Emily Valdez | ABC News Channel 10 10:43 PM, May 3, 2015 SAN DIEGO – Just because your neighbors are gang members it doesn’t make you a gang member. That’s the message from dozens of people who peacefully protested at the San Diego County courthouse Sunday. Some wore hats that read #DocumentMe. Some said […]

U.S. issues recommendations for San Diego police

By Tony Perry | LA Times March 17, 2015 Failures in the hiring and supervision of San Diego police led to a series of misconduct cases, but the Police Department remains “progressive, sound and very effective,” according to a federal review released Tuesday. Many of the department’s problems can be traced to the city’s ongoing […]

San Diego judge drops charge against rap singer in gang case

By Tony Perry | LA Times March 16, 2015 A San Diego judge Monday dropped conspiracy charges against a rap singer accused of belonging to a violent street gang whose members are facing charges of attempted murder and other offenses. Prosecutors had alleged that Brandon Duncan, 33, fit the legal definition of a gang member […]

Charges dropped against local rapper ‘Tiny Doo’

10News Digital Team 11:53 PM, Jan 13, 2015 SAN DIEGO – A local rapper who has spent eight months behind bars for his song lyrics may soon go free. A judge has dropped conspiracy charges against Brandon Duncan — who goes by the rapper name “Tiny Doo” — and more than a dozen other gang […]

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