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El Cajon: Woman, Dog Killed In Officer Involved Shooting..

By on January 17, 2016 in Breaking, Opinion, San Diego with 0 Comments
El Cajon: Woman, Dog Killed In Officer Involved Shooting..

El Cajon, CA: According to sources, a three year veteran police officer stepped out of his vehicle in attempts to speak to a male driver and or it’s occupants after a chase ensued, reports are alleging a male driver then tried to run the officer over and that’s when an officer involved shooting occurred striking a female passenger and dog, […]

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Temecula: In The Top List For Gold Panning

By on December 22, 2015 in Opinion, Outdoors, Temecula with 0 Comments
Temecula: In The Top List For Gold Panning

Temecula, CA. Temecula made to one of the top list for gold panning, What a wonderfull way to spend a day with the family, kids,Wife, Husband, Friends, or to just get away for some good old fashion theraputic down time. At the price gold is trading for why not give it a try? There is […]

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Orange County: deputies hand out Christmas cheer…

By on December 22, 2015 in Orange County with 0 Comments
Orange County: deputies hand out Christmas cheer…

STANTON, Calif. Orange County sheriff’s deputies recently took time to make some special stops to spread some holiday cheer thanks to a generous donor. See video and  See More SWCNN would like to thank ABC7  for sharing this story and to the Law Enforcement Officers that are truly making a change across America.

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San Diego: Fatal Shooting By Officer Raises Many Concerns..

By on December 22, 2015 in San Diego with 0 Comments

San Diego, CA. In my opinion: This video is ONE of the worst police shootings I have seen in 2015 and should be included in the top 10 of this years killings by police. It almost reminded me of the Tamir Rice tragedy as to how fast and easy it was for an officer to […]

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Long Beach: Attorney Says Mans Hands Were Empty When Killed By Officers

By on December 19, 2015 in Breaking, Los Angeles with 0 Comments

(Warning video contains graphic content) In the killing of Noel Aguilar,23  The family is now requesting a full investigation citing Aguilar’s hands were empty before being shot to death, which has sparked outrage amongst many. In a new released video which was not seen by the family and their attorney’s prior, has now raised many additional […]

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Lawsuit First to Challenge Use of Solitary Confinement in California’s County Jails

By on December 16, 2015 in California with 0 Comments
Lawsuit First to Challenge Use of Solitary Confinement in California’s County Jails

BRIAN CHAVEZ WAS CONSIDERED a model inmate, a “trustee” granted special privileges for his good behavior during the first three years he was in jail. Then, last November, Chavez was moved with no explanation to the jail’s maximum security unit and placed in a 6-by-7-foot cell, where he was often locked up for 47 hours […]

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Awareness: Los Angeles Schools Closed After Threat

By on December 15, 2015 in Bulletin, Los Angeles with 0 Comments

This information is still developing, stay tuned as we try to update on it more..

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Temecula: Kohl’s “Black Friday” Lines Stretch

By on November 27, 2015 in Featured, Our Blog, Shopping, Temecula with 0 Comments
Temecula: Kohl’s “Black Friday” Lines Stretch

Temecula, CA: Lines were long at the Temecula, Kohl’s off 79 on Friday at about 5:15 pm as many waited to shop and receive great deals, I and my family were some of them. (The store opened at 6pm on this day) Among some of the good deals we received were $99 32inch TV’s what […]

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San Francisco: Police Beating Sparks Outrage And Investigation

By on November 14, 2015 in Breaking, San Francisco with 0 Comments

According to The Raw Story.. Public Defender Jeff Adachi said the encounter was “reminiscent of Rodney King,” and excessive force was clearly used by the two deputies. In a video which appears to show Officers beating a man viciously has sparked outrage and an investigation. In a recent opinion made by  Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, Sgt. […]

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Temecula: Deputy Bruce Pierson “Thank You”

By on November 12, 2015 in Communities, Temecula with 0 Comments

Temecula, CA: Deputy Bruce Pierson was called out to check on a female whom appeared to be suspicious, after contact it was discovered the young 18-year-old had been bare foot for the last 2 months according to sources. Deputy Bruce Pierson then took the female to a local payless shoe store to purchase her a […]

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