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JAIL, FINES FOR GIVING ALCOHOL TO MINORS

 

2013: 11

2014: 8

2015: 13

2016: 12

2017: 12

Those are the numbers of San Diegans under the age of 21 who had alcohol in their system when they died, according to County Medical Services annual data.

Since those 56 young people were not old enough to legally buy alcohol, you have to ask yourself, where did they get it?

Chances are they got it from adults.

ECM WORLD WATCH: GLOBAL AND NATIONAL NEWS

 

 
August 9, 2012 --  (San Diego’s East County) – ECM World Watch helps you be an informed citizen about important issues globally and nationally. As part of our commitment to reflecting all voices and views, we include links to a wide variety of news sources representing a broad spectrum of political, religious, and social views. Top world and U.S. headlines include:   
 
 
 
  
U.S.
 
General news
  • Sikh temple shooting to be probed as domestic terror (CNN)
  • Sikh temple shooter tied to hate groups (Washington Post)
  • Despite Supreme Court ruling, many minors may stay in prison for life (Pro Publica)
  • CDC warns about reemergence of swine flu (NPR)
  • Firefighters battling wildfires in Sequoia national forest (Los Angeles Times)
  • At least 18 blazes scorch Oklahoma; one  nears record size (Los Angeles Times)
Presidential campaign
  • Santorum, Jeb, Ron Paul get convention speaking spots (Politico)
  • ‘Romneyhood’: Obama derides Mitt’s tax plan (RawStory)
  • Romney campaign on fundraising winning streak (USA Today)
  • Reid puts Romney in a bind over taxes (CNN)
  • The massive policy gap between Obama and Romney (Washington Post)
 
WORLD
  • Syria’s prime minister leaves regime (CNN)
  • Floods paralyze Philipine capitol, Manila (BBC)
  • Suicide bombers attack as Somali delegates approve new constitution (ABC)
  • Islamists kill 15 Egyptians, Israel strikes attackers (Reuters)
  • Chemo may make cancer stronger (iScienceTimes and BBC) 
Read more for excerpts and links to full stories.

IN WAKE OF TEENS' HIGHWAY DEATH, SHERIFF CONDUCTS CURFEW SWEEPS IN EAST COUNTY

 
April 6, 2012 (Santee) -- The Santee Sheriff's Station which oversees the communities of Santee, Lakeside, and unincorporated El Cajon conducted a pre-planned curfew sweep last night. The purpose of this operation was to enforce the curfew laws under the Santee Municipal Code and San Diego County Ordinances due to Wednesday night's tragic death of two juveniles from a vehicle collision that involved Anthony Foreman 18, and Jaylie Campbell 16, a student at Santana High School from the Santee and East County community. These senseless deaths emphasize and re-enforce the need for these types of operations.