Sheriff’s deputies arrest five in probation check; find woman had given birth to newborn in flophouse

Sheriff’s deputies arrest five in probation check; find woman had given birth to newborn in flophouse

  FALLBROOK – When Sheriff’s officers with the Fallbrook substation conducted probation compliance checks on Sat., May 23, they ended up arresting five individuals and finding a woman who had just given birth to a baby girl, without medical assistance, in a drug flophouse. San Diego County Sheriff’s Fallbrook substation Crime Suppression Team, detectives, and […]

AB 68 ensures access to epilepsy treatment

AB 68 ensures access to epilepsy treatment

By Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) Throughout history, epilepsy was known as a mysterious and untreatable medical condition. Fortunately, modern drugs can effectively manage the disease so that people who suffer from epilepsy often lead relatively symptom-free lives. Failure to adequately treat epilepsy can lead to serious complications, injuries, hospitalization, and excessive medical costs, often […]

Safety guidelines for new parents

NORTH COUNTY – Welcoming a new child into a family dynamic requires certain adjustments on the part of family members. New parents have come to expect shortened sleep schedules as they handle early-morning feedings and babies who haven’t quite adjusted to their parents’ sleep/wake schedules. Parents soon learn another aspect of childcare that fills their […]

The first steps toward financing a new vehicle

NORTH COUNTY – When purchasing a new car, many buyers decide to finance rather than buying the car outright. Financing allows drivers the opportunity to drive a new car after making an initial down payment and then making monthly payments until the loan has been paid in full. Without the option to finance, many drivers […]

Senators Joel Anderson and Patricia Bates urge state water board to account for San Diego County’s drought actions

Senators Joel Anderson and Patricia Bates urge state water board to account for San Diego County’s drought actions

SACRAMENTO – In advance of the State Water Resources Control Board’s (SWRCB) meeting on May 5 to enact drought-related emergency regulations, Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) and Senator Joel Anderson (R-Alpine) sent a letter to Felicia Marcus, SWRCB’s Chair, to urge her to modify the proposed regulations to account for existing investments in drought-proof water supplies. […]

Vaccine exemption rate drops in San Diego County

Vaccine exemption rate drops in San Diego County

SAN DIEGO COUNTY – The measles outbreak that started in Disneyland wound up sickening nearly 150 people in seven states, including 14 in San Diego County. Some children who got sick were too young to be immunized, but most of the people infected were unvaccinated by choice. This outbreak could likely have been prevented if people […]

UPDATE: Missing Fallbrook man found in Westminster

UPDATE: Missing Fallbrook man found in Westminster

FALLBROOK – Authorities with the Fallbrook Sheriff’s substation have reported that Fallbrook resident Pete Ybarra, 78, who was reported missing yesterday, April 6, has been found safe and unharmed in the city of Westminster in Orange County.   According to Sheriff’s Sgt. Pat Yates, “Ybarra was located at about 9 p.m. last night (April 6) […]

UPDATE: Missing Fallbrook man found in Westminster

UPDATE: Missing Fallbrook man found in Westminster

FALLBROOK – Authorities with the Fallbrook Sheriff’s substation have reported that Fallbrook resident Pete Ybarra, 78, who was reported missing yesterday, April 6, has been found safe and unharmed in the city of Westminster in Orange County. No further information is available at this time. (previous story) SAN DIEGO  – Police today requested the assistance […]

More than 100 attend new NCFPD Station 5 open house

More than 100 attend new NCFPD Station 5 open house

More than 100 community members attended the March 19 open house for the new North County Fire Protection District (NCFPD) fire station in Bonsall. “It was very well attended. We really appreciate the support of the community in opening that station. It’s a great facility that will serve the community for a very long time,” said NCFPD […]

BREAKING NEWS: Sheriff’s Dept. reports needles found in apples purchased at Albertsons grocery store in Fallbrook

Authorities with the Fallbrook Sheriff’s substation have just reported that needles have been found in some apples purchased at the Albertsons grocery store in Fallbrook. According to Sgt. Patrick Yates, “Sewing needles were found in two “honey-crisp” apples recently purchased from the Albertson’s grocery store located at 1133 S. Mission Road in Fallbrook. A customer purchased […]

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