FBI San Diego Participates in National Messaging Campaign to Educate Citizens About Election Security and Foreign Malign Influence

San Diego, California - With less than 60 days to go until Election Day 2020 this November 3rd, every American has a role to play in protecting the election from threats against the democratic process. Nationwide, the FBI has initiated public awareness messaging about election security at fbi.gov and across our social media platforms.

FBI San Diego Statement Regarding Incident in Downtown San Diego

San Diego, California - On September 5, 2020, two FBI agents took custody of a woman who was arrested by the San Diego Sheriff’s Department based on an outstanding federal arrest warrant for felony charges including conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, heroin, and fentanyl related to a 2019 federal gang and narcotics case.

FLX Bikes Awesome, Powerful "setting the standard" Get on Board

San Diego, California - Justin Case of America Newscape interviews Rob Rast a founder of FLX Bike. We found researching this bike, we got jazzed and determined this machine is simply incredible.

Former Director of Chabad of Poway and Several Co Defendants Plead Guilty to Multi Million-Dollar Tax Evasion and Fraud

San Diego, California - Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, former director at Chabad of Poway, and five of his associates pleaded guilty in federal court and Monday to fraud charges, admitting that they participated in a complex, years-long, multi-million dollar tax-evasion scheme and other financial deceptions involving theft of public money.

Man Accused of Threatening the San Diego Pride Parade Sentenced to 70 Months for Armed Bank Robberies

San Diego, California - A man who allegedly threatened to “kill all the gays and children” at the San Diego Pride parade was sentenced to 70 months in prison today after pleading guilty to one count of bank robbery and two counts of armed bank robbery.

San Diego Doctor Sentenced to Prison for Fraud Against TRICARE

San Diego, California - Dr. Marco Antonio Chavez was sentenced to 21 months in custody and ordered to pay restitution of $783,764.37 for defrauding TRICARE, the health care benefits program for military service members and their dependents.