SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A preliminary hearing is scheduled Wednesday for a man accused of stabbing two brothers during an argument in Bay Terraces last year.
John Christopher Sudds, 20, allegedly grabbed a knife during the dispute and stabbed his siblings multiple times, according to San Diego police.
Officers were called to 7787 Skyline Drive about 2:20 a.m. on Sept. 21 and found a 17-year-old boy and a 24-year-old man each suffering from non-life-threatening wounds, said Officer Dino Delimitros.
The boy was stabbed in both thighs, his face and abdomen, while his older brother was stabbed in the stomach, Delimitros said.
At the end of the preliminary hearing, a judge will decide if enough evidence was presented for the victims' brother to stand trial on attempted murder charges.
The National Weather Service is predicting rain around San Diego County this week, potentially heavy rain on Thursday. People in unincorporated areas can get free sandbags at numerous locations to help them protect their homes, properties and communities.
Rain showers are expected to reach San Diego County Thursday, but the brunt of a big storm impacting much of Southern California will miss San Diego County and instead hit north of here.
Two more schools face threats Thursday morning in Vista and city leaders are taking new action to stop them.
The debate over dockless bikes rolled into Pacific Beach as the Town Council held a panel Wednesday night with bike and scooter sharing companies: Bird, LimeBike, ofo and Mobike.
Tieray Jones walked out of jail a free man Wednesday night just hours after a judge decided to not re-try him in the death of his stepson nearly 16-years ago.
DMV officers were out Wednesday, looking for people abusing the system. One woman was in tears as she was caught using a handicap placard issued to her adult son - who wasn't with her on the shopping trip.
A Serra High School freshman was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of scrawling a threat about a school shooting in a restroom at the Tierrasanta campus.
News 8's investigation into high water bills across the city of San Diego continues. Months after we received our first complaint, viewers are still emailing us about the problem.