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Homicide detectives Tuesday were investigating a suspicious death on a street near beachfront homes in Encinitas. (Renee Schiavone/Patch) SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today’s headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today: Trump Pardons Former California Rep. Duncan Hunter Hunter pleaded guilty last year to using campaign funds for personal expenses. He was weeks away from beginning his prison sentence. 2,381 New COVID-19 Cases Reported As More Vaccines Arrive In County County health officials Tuesday reported 28 new deaths and 2,381 new COVID-19 infections, the fewest reported since Dec. 14. County Increases Qualified Shelter Workers By 67% In 2020 The San Diego County Office of Emergency Services increased its number of qualified shelter workers and managers by 67 percent. Homicide detectives Tuesday were investigating a suspicious death on a street near beachfront homes in Encinitas. A suspect who barricaded himself inside a San Marcos apartment after allegedly stabbing a man was taken into custody, authorities said. The 2021 Point-in-Time Count of unsheltered San Diegans was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “While the arrival of more COVID-19 vaccines is good news, it will take months until the general public will get vaccinated.” Police announced the arrest of a suspect in a shooting in La Mesa that left an occupied ground-floor apartment riddled with bullets. Patch loves photos! Share your photos with Patch and your work could be featured. 6 New California Laws That May Impact Your Life In 2021 Hundreds […]