CHULA VISTA (NEWS 8) — The City of Chula Vista is considering supporting a bill that would bar state and local law enforcement in California from using resources to help with immigration enforcement. The city council was debating Tuesday night whether or not to support Senate Bill 54 – also called the "Sanctuary State" bill. Earlier Tuesday, two dozen activists from local groups took to the steps of Chula Vista City Hall on Tuesday to send the council a message.
CHULA VISTA (NEWS 8) — The City of Chula Vista has voted in favor of endorsing a bill that would bar state and local law enforcement in California from using resources to help with immigration enforcement. The city council voted 3-2 in support of Senate Bill 54 – also called the "Sanctuary State" bill - after a lengthy debate Tuesday. Earlier Tuesday, two dozen activists from local groups took to the steps of Chula Vista City Hall on Tuesday to send the council a message.
ESCONDIDO (CNS) - A 15-year-old girl managed Thursday to safely escape the clutches of a bearded, bushy-haired man who grabbed her as she was walking to school in a North County neighborhood. Police identified the alleged would-be kidnapper as 28-year-old Edgar Gutierrez of Escondido and apprehended the suspect in San Diego around 6:15 p.m. The apparent abduction attempt in the 600 block of Linwood Street in Escondido took place about 7:30 a.m., authorities reported.
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