- Sengny Chea, 31, was fatally shot behind an apartment complex in San Diego’s Lincoln Park neighborhood on Saturday morning.
- The incident, which also left Chea’s 32-year-old husband and 12-year-old son wounded, reportedly occurred at around 2:19 a.m. behind an apartment complex in the 300 block of South Willie James Jones Avenue.
- Her husband sustained non-life-threatening injuries to his face and body, while their son suffered a wound in his right leg. Both were brought to the hospital.
A 31-year-old mother was killed during a shooting in San Diego’s Lincoln Park neighborhood on Saturday morning.
The fatal incident, which also left Sengny Chea’s 32-year-old husband and 12-year-old son wounded, reportedly occurred at around 2:19 a.m. behind an apartment complex in the 300 block of South Willie James Jones Avenue.
- Superintendent Cheryl James-Ward is reportedly suing the San Dieguito Union High School District (SDUHSD) after its board placed her on administrative leave over her controversial remarks on Asian students.
- During a recent board training session, James-Ward attributed the success of Asian students to “an influx of Asians from China,” adding that those who are able to make such a journey are wealthy.
- Her comments drew criticism from some parents, with dozens reportedly calling for her resignation.
- James-Ward, however, believes that the decision to place her on leave was retaliation for an earlier complaint she had filed against Board Vice President and Trustee Michael Allman, whom she described as a “bully.”
- The board unanimously voted to make Associate Superintendent of Business Services Tina Douglas SDUHSD’s interim superintendent on Friday.
Superintendent Cheryl James-Ward is reportedly filing a lawsuit against the San Dieguito Union High School District (SDUHSD) after its board placed her on administrative leave over her controversial remarks on Asian students.
James-Ward made the comments on April 11 during a board training session on diversity, equity and inclusion. After showing data which showed that Asian students receive fewer D and F grades compared to students of other ethnic or racial groups, Board Vice President and Trustee Michael Allman asked, “Do we know why Asian students do so well in school?”
The man who opened fire into an Asian restaurant in Hillcrest, San Diego, with a semiautomatic rifle in 2019 pleaded guilty on Thursday.
Going to prison: Stefano Parker, 32, pleaded guilty to five charges of assault with a semiautomatic firearm for the incident that took place outside The Asian Bistro on University Avenue in February 2019, according to NBC San Diego.
An Asian American college student in San Diego ended up at the hospital after being attacked by “older and larger” individuals over beach space last week.
What happened: Kobe La, who suffered serious injuries, was out with his friends at Ocean Beach on June 15 when the attack happened just after 9 p.m.
Asian women and seniors that fear taking public transportation are now able to get rides reimbursed in San Diego, thanks to a donation-based service started by two college students.
Last week, co-founders Sydney Trieu and Paul Lim launched San Diego Cabbie, an initiative that covers up to a $30 rideshare fare for Asian women and elderly who might not feel safe walking alone or taking public transportation, CBS8 reported.
Tu Hoang Lam lost his right leg after undergoing multiple surgeries to treat the injuries resulting from a hit-and-run incident in San Diego on March 7.
Lam was buckling his 6-year-old child into his car in a Food For Less parking lot when a man driving an SUV slammed into him. The 47-year-old father was pinned to his car for 10 seconds before the driver sped off as witnesses started to gather.
Authorities are turning to the public for help to identify the driver of a hit-and-run case that left a 47-year-old father with serious injuries over the weekend.
The incident happened in the parking lot of Food for Less in 5975 University Avenue at around 3 p.m., San Diego police Officer Robert Heims told NBC San Diego.
San Diego Police have arrested the suspect in the assault of an elderly Filipino woman on San Diego Trolley earlier this week.
As reported in NBC, San Diego Police Department (SDPD) identified the suspect as 35-year-old James Winslow.
An elderly Filipino woman was assaulted in an unprovoked attack on a San Diego trolley.
The suspect, an unidentified man, allegedly punched the woman for no apparent reason, according to ABC 10News.
A Filipino American woman has been missing for nearly a month after vanishing without a trace from her home in Chula Vista, California.
Maya “May” Millete, 39, was last seen at home on the evening of Jan. 7, just days before her daughter’s 11th birthday.