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Deputies respond to call of shots fired in Encinitas

ENCINITAS – Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of shots fired in the area at 8:21 Sunday morning at the 100 block of Requeza Street.

Deputies made contact with several persons who were uncooperative at the location, according to Sheriff’s officials. Deputies surrounded the house and called the people out.

Deputies couldn’t confirm the number of people arrested on scene.

The event has since ended.

Encinitas Sheriff’s deputies respond to a call of shots fired on Sunday morning on the 100 block of Requeza Street. Deputies wouldn’t confirm the number of people arrested. Courtesy photoEncinitas Sheriff’s deputies respond to a call of shots fired on Sunday morning on the 100 block of Requeza Street. Deputies wouldn’t confirm the number of people arrested. Courtesy photoEncinitas Sheriff’s deputies respond to a call of shots fired on Sunday morning on the 100 block of Requeza Street. Deputies wouldn’t confirm the number of people arrested. Courtesy photoEncinitas Sheriff’s deputies respond to a call of shots fired on Sunday morning on the 100 block of Requeza Street. Deputies wouldn’t confirm the number of people arrested. Courtesy photoEncinitas Sheriff’s deputies respond to a call of shots fired on Sunday morning on the 100 block of Requeza Street. Deputies wouldn’t confirm the number of people arrested. Courtesy photoEncinitas Sheriff’s deputies respond to a call of shots fired on Sunday morning on the 100 block of Requeza Street. Deputies wouldn’t confirm the number of people arrested. Courtesy photoEncinitas Sheriff’s deputies respond to a call of shots fired on Sunday morning on the 100 block of Requeza Street. Deputies wouldn’t confirm the number of people arrested. Courtesy photoEncinitas Sheriff’s deputies respond to a call of shots fired on Sunday morning on the 100 block of Requeza Street. Deputies wouldn’t confirm the number of people arrested. Courtesy photoEncinitas Sheriff’s deputies respond to a call of shots fired on Sunday morning on the 100 block of Requeza Street. Deputies wouldn’t confirm the number of people arrested. Courtesy photo

 

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1 comment

Michael Phillips July 17, 2014 at 11:02 am

In my opinion this article is an example of how officials are squandering citizens hard earned tax dollars. Novice police men should have done their research before bombarding the neighborhood with helicopters and guns and slandering a young man’s name who was simply trying to scare away the pesky crows that his neighbor lady feeds thus the initial cop call. Please, if the media was doing its job then they would have taken a statement from the supposed “offender”
Mr. McKay. The real perpetrator in this situation is the William D. Gore, head of the San Diego Sheriff department who is guilty for reckless use of our tax dollars to fabricate an image if a “job well done” when the focus of our crime fighters should be on illegal immigration, drug busts and truely violent offenders. Not scaring the living daylights out of college students who’s parents are paying top dollar for their education in a county they should trust.

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