Open government atty wants mayor to swear
Mon, Oct 05 2015 01:00 PM
The Chula Vista councilman at the center of an open-government controversy said it was a shame the mayor and city clerk are the subjects of a deposition and is “disappointed that a lawsuit had to be filed.”
Steve Miesen said he d [..]
City considers OTC ownership
The city of Chula Vista held two community briefings recently about a potential change in ownership of the Olympic Training Center.
Deputy City Manager Kelley Bacon said at the meeting that the United States Olympic Committee contacted Chula Vista [..]
Sentence delayed, frustration prolonged
Sentencing for a Chula Vista police officer accused of physically injuring his girlfriendâ€™s son was postponed until Nov. 6, causing frustration for the victimâ€™s family waiting to see justice served.
Roman Granados, a 16-year veteran wi [..]
Judge sends hacker to prison
A man has been sentenced to nine years in federal prison for computer hacking and wire fraud in an identity theft ring case.
John Gordon Baden, 38, was sentenced Sept. 23 by U.S. District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel, who ordered him to pay a [..]
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