Judge nixes city’s bid to get rid of lawsuit
Sat, Nov 21 2015 12:00 PM
The city of Chula Vista’s request to have an open government lawsuit thrown out of court was denied last week. San Diego Superior Court Judge Katherine Bacal sided with Chula Vista resident Chris Shilling and San Diegans for Open Government whe [..]
Sex extorter gets reduced sentence
A judge reduced the original 18-year jail term by 10 years Monday for Kevin Bollaert, who was convicted of extortion and identity theft with a “revenge porn” web site that published the nude photos of a Chula Vista woman and hundreds of o [..]
Knife-wielding barricader stays in jail
A man who barricaded himself with a knife in a Chula Vista hotel was sentenced July 2 to one year and four months in jail.
The projected release date for Garry Israel Romero, 26, is set for Dec. 7. He received credits for serving 169 days in jail [..]
Preserving school colors
A proposal to paint the oldest school in the Sweetwater Union High School District brown is no more after Sweetwater High School alumni and the community of National City let district officials know they wouldn’t stand for it.
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