NORMAL HEIGHTS (CNS) - Two men robbed a group of pedestrians in Normal Heights Saturday, but escaped unscathed when the victims opened fire on the getaway vehicle.
No one was injured in the confrontation, which occurred just after 2:20 a.m. on the 3500 block of Adams Avenue, according to Officer David Stafford of the San Diego Police Department.
Four men were leaving a hookah lounge on Adams Avenue, when they were approached by two men armed with a revolver, Stafford said.
The suspects took money and property from the victims and then ran away, he said.
The victims followed the suspects to their car, a white SUV with tinted windows, and shot at them as they drove away, Stafford said.
The jury deliberating the fate of a former Yuma police officer accused of raping a female relative during a stay at her home in Kensington has gone home for the weekend and will resume deliberations on Monday morning.
The chief justice of the California Supreme Court said Friday she gave up her Republican Party affiliation over concerns about increasing political polarization and incivility in the U.S.
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