Man Allegedly Makes Phone Threats to Pride Parade; Investigators Track and Link Him to Unsolved Bank Robberies

San Diego, California - A man who allegedly threatened to “kill all the gays and children” at the San Diego Pride parade was charged Wednesday with three bank robberies after San Diego Police detectives and FBI agents linked him to both the threats and the robberies dating back to 2016.

FBI and San Diego Police Department Seeking Tips: Bank Robber Brandishes Handgun

San Diego, California - The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the San Diego Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance to identify the individual responsible for a bank robbery in San Diego, California. On June 28, 2019, at approximately 9:16 a.m., a lone Black male entered the California Bank & Trust, located at 3737 Fifth Avenue, Suite 100, San Diego, California. While brandishing a weapon, the man approached one bank teller and made a verbal demand for cash. After receiving a sum of cash from the teller, the robber fled on foot.

Defendant Sentenced for Lying to the FBI and Obstructing Justice as Part of a Scheme To Extort a Federal Bankruptcy Judge

San Diego, California - Michael Enriquez was sentenced in federal court Friday for lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation by falsely implicating a federal bankruptcy judge in prostitution, and further obstructing justice by fabricating emails and an electronic telephone contact to corroborate his lies.

San Diego County Supervisors Adopt County Budget Focusing on Vulnerable

San Diego, California - The County Board of Supervisors adopted a budget Tuesday for fiscal year 2019-2020 that underscores its commitment to helping the region’s most vulnerable residents. The $6.25 billion includes more than $100 million in new spending for residents struggling to get by in the region.

County Offices Close for Independence Day

San Diego, California - County of San Diego offices, libraries and animal services will be closed Thursday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day.

San Diego County Keeps Public Pools Clean and Safe

San Diego, California - Summer is here and that means it’s time to go swimming. The County’s Department of Environmental Health is out and about year-round inspecting public swimming pool locations to make sure they are safe in order to protect the public from getting sick and to prevent drownings. That’s over 7,300 bodies of water, such as pools, spas, and splash pads, in apartments, hotels, parks and other public spaces.