Pauline Repard, The Union-Tribune

Pauline Repard

The Union-Tribune

San Diego, CA, United States

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Past articles by Pauline:

California Innocence Project wins 4 clemency cases; progress slows on others

Project attorneys have run into difficulties working other cases, with COVID-19 restrictions on prison visits → Read More

Nearly 2 dozen cars vandalized, tires slashed in Chula Vista

Vehicles on Guatay, Cuyamaca, East Donahoe and Inkopah were targeted, police say → Read More

4 arrested by SWAT team in National City

No one was injured as officers moved in on a home at East 18th Street and C Avenue → Read More

Driver smashes into front of South Bay surplus store

The front of Rosebud Army-Navy-Surplus was badly damaged; no one was injured → Read More

Robber jumps counter, steals pills at Mira Mesa drug store

The thief hit a CVS store at Mira Mesa Boulevard and Westview Parkway → Read More

Missing Murrieta man found wandering in San Pasqual canyon

A hiker found Thomas Freeman apparently lost near a North Clevenger Trail canyon. He was taken to a hospital → Read More

Release of sexual predator to Jacumba Hot Springs delayed 30 days

The release of a sexually violent predator to a supervised home in Jacumba Hot Springs, planned to take place by April 3, has been delayed, sheriff's officials announced Friday. → Read More

Wild overnight weather brings hail, lightning that burned a house

The storm also brought snow to the mountains and the usual rainy-day car crashes → Read More

Lightning blasts Spring Valley house, 2 injured

Fire destroyed the house on South Barcelona Street, where power lines came down and neighbors evacuated → Read More

Fire in Chula Vista garage called arson

Police said they've taken reports of vandalism and disputes between the homeowner and a renter → Read More

Public meeting over sexual predator to be held by conference call

Those concerned over housing Michael Poulsom in Jacumba Hot Springs may call in to officials → Read More

Fire doused in chapel storage room near Mission San Luis Rey

The small blaze was in the Serra Center close to, but not in, historic mission → Read More

Tattooed robber steals cash from Point Loma 7-Eleven store

He was last seen in a getaway sedan going east on Adrian Street → Read More

7-Eleven clerk shot during apparent robbery in El Cajon

The wounded employee was taken to a hospital; no arrests have been made → Read More

Armed carjacker threatens pickup owner, steals truck in Encanto

A carjacker stuck a gun in a pickup driver’s face and stole the vehicle late Thursday in the Encanto neighborhood of San Diego, police said. The 39-year-old victim wasn’t injured and called police about 11:15 p.m. to report the theft. He said he was driving slowly along Akins Avenue, near 61st Street, when a man ran up to his driver’s side window. The stranger aimed a gun at him and ordered him… → Read More

Man fatally shot in Chula Vista in dispute over a dog

Police said a couple were meeting a man regarding a dog, an argument broke out and shots were fired → Read More

Pre-dawn rescue of border-crosser near Otay Mountain

A fire official said one in a group of five people suffered hypothermia, was airlifted to a hospital → Read More

Coronavirus: With less freeway traffic, speeding drivers are worrying CHP

Amid social isolation, California's freeways are less crowded. But in other locations, such as Costco, residents wait in lines to stock up on supplies. → Read More

Caregivers arrested, suspected of child sexual abuse, torture

San Diego police arrested two people after the child's mother suspected them of sexual assault → Read More

Judge approves release of sexually violent predator into Jacumba Hot Springs home

The ruling means child molester Michael James Poulsom may leave state hospital by early April → Read More