SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A gun-toting man robbed a North Park gas station Friday.
A similar-looking man wearing the same type of shirt carried out an armed robbery at a service station on Euclid Avenue in Emerald Hills late Thursday morning, according to San Diego police.
In the latest heist, the thief entered the business in the 3200 block of University Avenue shortly after 10 a.m., pulled a pistol and demanded cash from two clerks.
After the employees handed over an undisclosed amount of money, the bandit walked out and fled on foot to the south on Boundary Street, police said.
The victims described the robber as a roughly 5-foot-6-inch, 185-pound black man with facial stubble, wearing a black long-sleeved shirt with white horizontal stripes on it.
A former Miramar-based Marine who drove drunk and caused a head-on freeway crash that killed two UCSD medical students was acquitted of murder Monday but convicted of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and DUI.
A man who fell off Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach and was never seen resurfacing remained missing Monday morning after a nightlong search by U.S. Coast Guard personnel, authorities said.
An apartment complex under construction in Rolando went up in flames Monday, causing extensive damage, injuring one person and sending a thick column of black smoke into the sky near San Diego State University.
Hundreds of Helix High School students staged a walk- out Monday morning to protest police brutality after video emerged over the weekend on social media showing a La Mesa police officer on campus slamming a teenage girl to the ground.
Authorities Monday released the name of a 27-year old man who was fatally shot over the weekend in a Valencia Park-area neighborhood.
A man accused of stabbing his uncle to death in Pacific Beach was expected to appear in court Monday.
The Trump administration announced Monday it was preparing to replace existing vehicle barriers along a stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border in New Mexico that officials call "an area of high illegal entry."
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