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Letter accusing family of making meth, selling babies sent to 200 people in apartment complex

abc15.com — SAN DIEGO - A woman is in shock after she said a letter that accuses her family of making meth, selling children and huffing paint was sent to 200 people in her apartment complex. Renee, who doesn't want ABC15 sister station Team 10 to use her last name, said her neighbor brought her a letter sent to the residents in the Courtyards on Friars Road.

Letter accusing family of making meth, selling babies sent to 200 people in apartment complex

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - A woman is in shock after she said a letter that accuses her family of making meth, selling children and huffing paint was sent to 200 people in her apartment complex. Renee, who doesn't want Team 10 to use her last name, said her neighbor brought her a letter sent to the residents in the Courtyards on Friars Road.

Couple forced to live without electricity, water

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - A San Diego couple called Team 10 after they said they've been living without power and water in their Paradise Hills apartment since September. Since Sept. 19, Elbert and Christine Deluna have been using a generator to power a light, water machine and a television in their apartment.

Rats infest local nonprofit agency that serves human trafficking victims

10news.com — NATIONAL CITY, Calif. - The director of a local nonprofit agency that helps victims of human trafficking told Team 10 that hundreds of rats have infested their building. The Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition is based out of a warehouse at 241 National City Boulevard.

Cyber Monday morphs into a month long event

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - Experts say Cyber Monday has really become a "Cyber Month," as shoppers log on to get good deals this holiday season. FatWallet said 26 percent of shoppers started searching for deals Sunday night, with another 32 percent planning on continuing shopping for the rest of the week.

5001 lights shine at Bertrand at Mister A's

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - A San Diego holiday tradition took place on Thanksgiving night as the lights were turned on atop the Bertrand at Mister A's building downtown. This is the 49th year the Mister A's Holiday Display has lit the sky surrounding Banker's Hill.

Lawsuit filed after group told they can't protest pet store

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - An animal rights group wants to protest in front of the National City Puppy store owned by David Salinas. Salinas' San Diego location closed after the city passed an ordinance banning the sale of factory bred pets. However, National City Puppy, his store located at the Bay Plaza Shopping Center, remains open.

Team 10 finds out if Black Friday deals are worth the wait

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - Black Friday is hours away, and on Wednesday, Team 10 spoke to several shoppers camping out in front of a Best Buy store in Mission Valley. Most of the shoppers said they were waiting for the chance to buy a 50-inch Panasonic flatscreen TV on sale for $200 -- a product that retails for $600.

Patients, experts: Popular antibiotics could cause permanent damage

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - For Jenny Frank, it started with a small white pill she took nearly four years ago. "I was prescribed Levaquin for a strep infection," she said. "I can't compare myself to the person I was in December in 2010." Levaquin is one of the most commonly prescribed antibiotics on the market.

Online buyers, sellers play 'recall roulette'

10news.com — SAN DIEGO - Team 10 uncovered a trend that could have you checking twice before you buy or sell a product online this holiday season. The U.S.. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) says there is an average of 400 product recalls every year involving tens of millions of product units.
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Dec 19, 2014

Woman said letter accusing her family of making meth, selling babies and huffing paint sent to 200 people. More at 615 on @10News

Dec 18, 2014

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Dec 18, 2014

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Dec 18, 2014

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Dec 18, 2014

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Dec 18, 2014

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Dec 18, 2014

City sent code violation letters sent to homeowners. I found out they were a ploy to involvement for street clean-up 10news.com/news/investiga…

Dec 17, 2014

Woman got this violation letter from city. I found out it was a tactic to get people involved in a street clean-up. pic.twitter.com/wsV4tHfUaM

Dec 17, 2014

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