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San Diego police responded to a call on Sunday night, August 16, at about 11:50 p.m. near University Avenue and Park Boulevard in Hillcrest. A man called police and said his sister was jumping in front of cars on University Avenue between Herbert Street and Park Boulevard. He stated she might have a knife.

The brother told a police dispatcher that the homeless 20-year-old female was diagnosed as bipolar and had quit taking her medication. He said she had recently broken up with her boyfriend and was staying with friends in Hillcrest. No other information was available from the police department.

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San Diego police responded to a call on Sunday night, August 16, at about 11:50 p.m. near University Avenue and Park Boulevard in Hillcrest. A man called police and said his sister was jumping in front of cars on University Avenue between Herbert Street and Park Boulevard. He stated she might have a knife.

The brother told a police dispatcher that the homeless 20-year-old female was diagnosed as bipolar and had quit taking her medication. He said she had recently broken up with her boyfriend and was staying with friends in Hillcrest. No other information was available from the police department.

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I am not surprised by the increasing amounts of mental disorders among the top of the food chain.....the continuing of not only my own personal experiences in having to deal with and survive among the population of my own area, but also the fact of the on going recession which only increases higher levels of insecurities which would ontop of another reason cause more hormonal imbalances in the brain. Then to top the cake with more 'sweet' icing, having to witness the upper classes still failing to tell the real story of why so many souls are: 1) Homeless 2) jobless 3) and if they did have a little of something at one time in their lives, how they eventually end up losing it all. It is absolutely not 100% leaning towards only one soul as my father force feed down my throat "It's all your fault,blah,blah, blah. As the ruling 'elect' hoard everything and find every excuse in the book to eliminate more lives for them to have less to deal with and more for their kind. The beginning of the 'Dominoe Effect' has always began with those who have plenty in life as a show and tell of it. Claiming that there is nothing wrong with them....

Aug. 20, 2009

huh?>>>another world.

very sad, but why do we focus on police log reports as news?

Aug. 20, 2009

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