Author Archive for Tony Cagala
ENCINITAS — “I believe that we were very lucky,” said Capt. Duncan Fraser of the Sheriff’s Central Investigations Division referring to the outcome of a nearly 10-hour-long standoff in Encinitas that saw two Encinitas Sheriff’s deputies wounded, and the suspect, 22-year-old Evan Kim Tian Kwik taking his own life.
SOLANA BEACH — Time passes quickly in the emotionally taut drama, “Time Stands Still,” now onstage at the North Coast Repertory Theatre.
TORREY PINES — He brushes shoulders with the world’s best golfers, has even gotten to know some of them really well and his workplace is the iconic Torrey Pines Golf Course.
ENCINITAS – With Fire Station No. 2 having already been in operation since Jan. 7, Deputy Chief of Operations Darrin Ward said they’ve already seen the benefits of the new location.
ENCINITAS – A 10-hour standoff between SWAT teams and a 22-year-old man ended at 1:38 Thursday morning when members of the Sheriff’s Special Enforcement Detail entered the home and found the man dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to the Sheriff’s Department.
A project of passion six years in the making, co-directors Mike Bernard and Gavin Froome began showing their film in the summer of last year to great acclaim.
CARLSBAD — Three people were approaching the shore at a high rate of speed near Ponto State Beach in a panga boat early Tuesday morning.
DEL MAR – Border Patrol agents made the initial contact at around 2:30 a.m. Monday when 11 people tried to enter the country illegally by sea.
SAN DIEGO — The irony of it all is that if Jeff Garcia was entering this year’s NFL draft, with his style of play, and with teams looking for that more mobile, athletic quarterback, he’d surely be taken in the first round.
ENCINITAS — Normally, Annie Howe, a senior ocean lifeguard with the Encinitas Lifeguards, is busy watching the water in anticipation of having to save someone from the ocean.