A 20-year-old suspect in a fatal shooting in Pauma Valley last week surrendered to deputies on Thursday, a sheriff’s lieutenant said. Omar Placencia is accused of killing Raymond Esparza, 31, on June 16 at Jilberto’s Taco Shop on state Route 76. Deputies found Esparza in the restaurant’s parking lot about 9:40 p.m. He died before he could be taken to a hospital. Days later, Placencia’s lawyer contacted deputies about the shooting, and the surrender was arranged.
A man was shot several times in the legs while sitting in the driveway of his Lincoln Park home Thursday, San Diego police said. The shooter was a passenger in a blue car that pulled up to the residence on 49th Street near Solola Avenue about 11:55 a.m., police said. He got out, shot the victim and got back into the car, which sped away, heading east on nearby Reynolds Street. The victim was taken to a hospital with injuries that weren’t considered life-threatening, police said.
Southwestern College was placed on lockdown for about an hour Monday afternoon after a male, possibly armed with a gun, was seen running toward the Chula Vista campus, police said. A suspect was taken into custody, and a replica handgun was recovered, according to a statement from the college. The gunman was first spotted by school officials at Bonita Vista High School on Otay Lakes Road around 12:30 p.m., Chula Vista police Lt. Miriam Byron said.
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Selecting a term
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