SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A thief broke into a La Playa-area medical marijuana dispensary early Tuesday and stole dozens of cannabis cigarettes.
A burglar alarm began sounding at San Diego Organic Collective on Shelter Island Drive shortly before 3:30 a.m., according to San Diego police.
A patrol officer arrived at the shop less than three minutes later to find a front window smashed, along with merchandise display cases, SDPD Lt. Andra Brown said.
The operator of the dispensary told investigators the crook had stolen about 50 marijuana cigarettes, according to Brown. Surveillance camera images showed the man breaking into the business and several display cases with what appeared to be a hammer, she said.
A description of the burglar was not immediately available.
Former First Lady, Michelle Obama, made a quick stop in San Diego to speak at a conference promoting health and wellness on Wednesday morning.
Beekeeping and cheese making will be just two of the demonstrations taking place at Hawthorne Country Store’s annual fall Homesteading Arts Fair this weekend.
The relaxed new dress code at public schools in the small city of Alameda, across the bay from San Francisco, is intentionally specific: Midriff-baring shirts are acceptable attire, so are tank tops with spaghetti straps and other once-banned items like micro-mini skirts and short shorts.
Nurses and other caregivers from Palomar Hospital will hold an informational picket on Wednesday to call attention to concerns about working conditions they say are detrimental to patient care.
Police Wednesday were searching for a man suspected of robbing two branches of the same insurance company at gunpoint within an hour of each other in the Clairemont and Kearny Mesa areas.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama will appear Wednesday at BOLD, the annual conference presented by wellness technology company MINDBODY.
A Caltrans worker was injured Wednesday when he fell several stories from an overpass on State Route 163 in the Kearny Mesa area, officials said.
As dockless electric scooters become more and more popular, concerns about safety for both riders and pedestrians have grown, too.
The Grand in El Cajon hosts good and fun times, but there are rules that need to be followed like the 'no weapons' policy its owner implanted nine months ago.