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Was the Gumby Robbery A College-Style Prank?

September 14, 2011
Jason Kiss wore the Gumby costume and his friend Jason Giramma admitted to being the getaway driver. The San Diego County district attorney will now decide whether to file the case as a criminal violation or chalk it up as a prank.

We Need Ballistic Helmets on Patrol

August 22, 2011
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has recently acquired ballistic helmets for its patrol personnel. While there are still a lot of stupid practices within my alma mater, LASD has a deserved reputation for emphasizing officer safety and equipping its personnel accordingly.

An Officer's Final Act of Kindness

August 22, 2011

San Diego (Calif.) Police Officer Jeremy Henwood bought three cookies for a boy at a McDonald's restarurant. Shortly after leaving the restaurant, he was gunned down by a suicidal man.

Citizens Aid Assaulted Calif. Cop

August 15, 2011

Two civilians intervened to help San Diego (Calif.) Police Officer Kelly Doherty, after a suspect she was questioning began punching her in the face. The suspect inflicted knife wounds on all three, before a TASER ended the fight.

Video: Second San Diego Cop Attacked, Bystanders Again Help

August 14, 2011
For the second time in a week, bystanders intervened to help a San Diego (Calif.) Police officer patrolling the Mid City Division, who was attacked by a man on a bicycle. The assault on Officer Kelly Doherty came less than a week after Officer Jeremy Henwood was assassinated by a suicidal man with a shotgun several blocks to the west.

Calif. Officer Remembered As 'True Warrior'

August 12, 2011
Fallen San Diego Police Officer Jeremy Henwood was remembered at a Friday memorial service as "a true warrior who stood in harm's way with us." About 3,000 people attended the service.

Calif. Cop Killed at Stop Sign, Suspect Killed In Gunfight

August 7, 2011
San Diego (Calif.) Police Officer Jeremy Henwood has succumbed to injuries suffered when a suspect pulled up alongside his car, rolled down the passenger-side window, and fired a shotgun at the officer.

Calif. Cop Facing DUI Charge Found Dead

August 2, 2011
A San Diego (Calif.) Police officer who allegedly caused a hit-and-run death last winter while off duty was found dead at his Clairemont Mesa home on Monday. Officer David Christopher Hall's wife reported his suicide at about 10 a.m. He apparently died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Three Charged In Death of San Diego Cop

July 26, 2011
Murder charges have been filed against three people in the shooting death of a San Diego (Calif.) Police officer, while he was storming an apartment in October.

San Diego Detective Killed In Knife Attack, Son Arrested

July 18, 2011
A veteran San Diego Police detective and her daughter were found stabbed to death in their Rancho Penasquitos neighborhood home on Monday.

San Diego Cop To Stand Trial for Improper Conduct with Five Women

June 21, 2011
Officer Anthony Arevalos, 40, allegedly promised to let the women go if they complied with him. Arevalos faces 21 felony charges including sexual battery by restraint, asking for a bribe, assault and battery by an officer and false imprisonment.

San Diego Mayor Blames 'Absolute Jerks' for Tarnishing PD

May 13, 2011
Jerry Sanders, San Diego's mayor and former police chief, is backing current Chief William Lansdowne's efforts to address a spate of officer misconduct cases.

Veteran Calif. Sgt. Accused of Stalking Co-worker

April 30, 2011
A veteran San Diego Police sergeant is accused of stalking a fellow officer and making harassing phone calls during a stormy relationship. Sgt. Ken Davis, a 23-year-veteran of the force and officer of the year in 2003, is accused of stalking Officer Robin Hayes during an affair.

San Diego Officers Apologize for 'Frivolous' Lawsuits

December 22, 2010
The new attorney for the San Diego Police Officers Association says officers are sorry for two lawsuits against the city he deemed "frivolous." The lawsuits from the union, along with a third, have resulted in the city spending $8.6 million for legal defense.

San Diego Mayor Proposes Eliminating Pensions for New Officers

November 23, 2010
San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders has proposed eliminating pensions for new-officer hires, and instead giving them a 401(k) account.

California Cop's Memorial Draws Almost 4,000 Blue Supporters

November 4, 2010
About 4,000 sworn officers from Illinois, Florida, Texas and California attend the service. Officers wore purple ribbons for the ceremony and Officer Wilson's 17-year-old son Conner served as a pallbearer.

San Diego Cop Killer An Ex-Coast Guard Hero

October 29, 2010
Holim Lee, identified by family and friends and the suspected shooter of San Diego police officer Christopher Wilson, is a former Coast Guard member whose career included commendations as well as a criminal history.

San Diego Officer Killed in Apartment Gunbattle

October 28, 2010
Police identified the slain officer as Christopher Wilson, a 17-year patrol officer and field trainer in the Southeast Division. San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders described Wilson to the San Diego Union-Tribune as "popular, funny, extremely bright and a consummate professional."

Stolen Tank Rampage In San Diego

February 23, 2010

Shawn Nelson was a U.S. Army veteran and unemployed plumber who stole an M60 Patton tank from a U.S. National Guard Armory in San Diego, Calif., and went on a rampage on May 17, 1995, destroying cars, fire hydrants, and an RV before being shot dead by police.

Los Angeles Police Historical Society Honored at Dinner

October 14, 2009
The LAPHS was honored by the SDPHS for its assistance in opening the San Diego Police Museum. The museum at 4710 College Ave. in San Diego opened last December in a renovated branch library building that had been acquire by the San Diego PD.
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