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SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today’s headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today:
San Diego Navy installations will begin to transition to less restrictive COVID-19 measures this week, it was announced.
Supervisors approved a request that the federal government ensure that any person released from immigration custody is tested for COVID-19.
Donald Lee Farmer was booked on suspicion of DUI, gross vehicular manslaughter and driving without a license, according to jail records.
The San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office responded to the scene.
The utility van rear-ended the San Diego Unified School District bus, according to police.
Homicide detectives were called in to take charge of the case.
The former Poway Fun Bowl property was a part of a three-parcel assemblage purchased by Fairfield Poway.
The crash was reported near the intersection of Troy Street and Central Avenue, just east of SR-125 in Spring Valley, according to the CHP.
A 19-year-old from Oregon was arrested on suspicion of taking a 12-year-old girl away from her home for sexual purposes, authorities said.
“The victim escaped and immediately reported the attack to an adult, who then called SDPD for help.”
The cyberattack left many of the San Diego-based healthcare system’s computer systems down.
Firefighters Tuesday were working to increase containment on the 5,184-acre Southern Fire in Shelter Valley east of Julian.
Richard Anthony Bell, 19, pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder and assault with a firearm.
A 77-year-old motorist was killed in a solo car crash in an Escondido commercial district.
The virtual fundraiser aims to help San Diego families living with Lou Gehrig’s disease.
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CA coronavirus hospitalizations hit an all-time low this week. Meanwhile, Oregon and Washington are suffering a fourth surge. Here’s why.