The Medical Board of California suspended the license of a doctor found unconscious on a bathroom floor at the UC San Diego Medical Center after he overdosed on a powerful sedative he stole from one of the hospital’s operating rooms, a court document details. According to the Medical Board’s accusation, Dr. Bradley Hay, a board-certified anesthesiologist, had been abusing another controlled substance, Fentanyl, in the months leading up to that Jan. 27 incident.
The Trump Administration appointed a new U.S. Attorney for San Diego Thursday, but Adam Braverman was given the job without being formally nominated or confirmed by the U.S. Senate. Braverman is a veteran prosecutor in the San Diego office. His appointment makes him the top-ranking federal law enforcement official in the Southern District of California, which includes both San Diego and Imperial Counties.
The owner of a Barrio Logan building were 24 children and adults were hurt over the weekend when a platform and stairway collapsed violated important city safety codes, including lacking required exits and fire sprinklers. A Notice of Violation filed Thursday by city inspectors reveals the Main Street property, Vault PK, did not have required emergency exits and exit signs throughout the building.
@TyroneGayle does your office have a reaction DOJ's appt of an interim US Atty in San Diego? DOJ says it had to use the interim process because Harris "...has not interviewed any of the candidates...this has prevented us from formally nominating."
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Selecting a term
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