Prosecutor Recognized for Prevention of Cyber Bullying, School Threats

San Diego, California - Being a Deputy District Attorney is not just about prosecution, but also about protecting the communities we serve and live in through crime prevention and education. Deputy District Attorney Andrija Lopez was recently recognized for her tireless dedication on prevention against cyber bullying and school threats, by the San Diego County Juvenile Justice Commission during their Community Recognition Ceremony. The annual awards ceremony recognizes community leaders, organizations and law enforcement for their dedication and work in the juvenile justice system.

Patient Recruiter Pleads Guilty in Multi-Million Dollar Tricare Fraud

San Diego, California - Former U.S. Marine Bradley White pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to fraud charges, admitting that he participated in a scheme that bilked the military health care program known as TRICARE out of more than $65 million.

NMCSD Receives Highest-Ever Patient Ratings

San Diego, California - Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) received its highest-ever patient satisfaction ratings in eight years of tracking on the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Customer Satisfaction Survey.

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.

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.

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.