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Suspect: $1 Million Warrant for His Capture
CORONADO (CBS 8) – The News 8 CrimeFighters are helping authorities look for a suspect who could be a danger to others and himself.
Charles Richard Thomas Mozdir, 31, is wanted by Coronado police as a suspect in a child molestation case. He failed to appear in court and a $1 million warrant has been issued for his arrest.
Mozdir has reportedly threatened his victim’s family, and to take his own life. He has a handgun registered to him and has been seen with a second handgun. He may be seen with a black Labrador named Lucky.
Mozdir is 6 feet, 2 inches tall, weighs 280 pounds, has brown hair and brown eyes.
If you have any information, call San Diego Crime Stoppers at (888) 580-TIPS. If you see this fugitive, call police.
Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest.
BENNY THE CAT IS MISSING
Northridge Kidnapping Suspect
May Be in San Diego: LAPD
Tobias Summers may be hiding in San Diego per Los Angeles officials.
Paul McCartney got kicked out of his house so he is staying with me for a few days.
He is looking for a place to rent in Coronado, so, if anyone has a room to let contact the editor at The Coronado Clarion.
ALL THE WAY FROM ENGLAND
Doors Fan Chris Barth on a visit from England with Alan Graham author of I remember Jim Morrison and Before The Beatles Were Famous.
DVD release of the live concert film ‘Rockshow’ documenting the band’s epic ‘Wings over the World’ tour across America (June 10th)
Theatrical release of ‘Rockshow’ and an exclusive VIP premiere screening – featuring an introduction by Paul – at BAFTA (May 15th)
ARE YOU TIRED OF LONG WAITS IN THE DOCTORS OFFICE?
Doctor Davis will visit you in the comfort of your own home.
Brain Made Transparent May Lead to Clearer Understanding
Scientists have developed a technique to make brains transparent, enabling them to see vast networks of neurons and structures for a big picture view of the organ that’s mostly studied in slices.
In a report published today in the journal Nature, researchers at Stanford University described the method that replaced fats in the brain of mice with a gel that made the organ transparent. The scientists were able to make images of the brain’s structures and see down to the cells and molecules, according to the paper.
Sending a message about superior technology despite tight purse strings, the U.S. Navy this week unveiled a laser weapon that will go on a warship in the Arabian Sea next year.
The Navy said the laser can defend an American ship against incoming speed boats and aerial drones for $1 a shot, with unlimited “ammunition” from the ship’s power supply.
Seemingly a combination of Star Wars and Star Trek, the Navy’s solid-state laser beam is the diameter of a dime and can be set to “stun” or “kill.
120730-N-PO203-107 SAN DIEGO (July 30, 2012) The Laser Weapon System (LaWS) temporarily installed aboard the guided-missile destroyer USS Dewey (DDG 105) in San Diego, Calif., is a technology demonstrator built by the Naval Sea Systems Command from commercial fiber solid state lasers, utilizing combination methods developed at the Naval Research Laboratory. LaWS can be directed onto targets from the radar track obtained from a MK 15 Phalanx Close-In Weapon system or other targeting source. The Office of Naval Research’s Solid State Laser (SSL) portfolio includes LaWS development and upgrades providing a quick reaction capability for the fleet with an affordable SSL weapon prototype. This capability provides Navy ships a method for Sailors to easily defeat small boat threats and aerial targets without using bullets. (U.S. Navy photo by John F. Williams/Released)
At the low end, the high-energy beam will “dazzle” an aerial drone’s sensors, blinding it. At maximum power, the laser can send a drone down in flames, as the Navy showed in a video of tests performed off the San Diego coast last summer.
SAN DIEGO, Calif. – The Navy has cancelled the remaining 2013 performances of its Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels. The squadron will continue to train to maintain flying proficiency until further notice at its home station in Pensacola, Fla.
Recognizing budget realities, current Defense policy states that outreach events can only be supported with local assets at no cost to the government.
This is one of many steps the Navy is taking to ensure resources are in place to support forces operating forward now and those training to relieve them.
The Navy believes there is value in demonstrating the professionalism and capabilities of our Navy and Marine Corps Naval Aviation team, thus inspiring future generations of Sailors and Marines. The Navy intends to continue aerial demonstrations in the future as the budget situation permits.
Coronado Brewer Sues Seattle Brewer Over Trademark Infringement
Seattle-based family brewer recently took issue with a Coronado beer that apparently plans to enter the Seattle and Washington market, but in doing so, The Emerald City business ended up with a lawsuit.
After Seattle-based Maritime Pacific Brewing Co. wrote in a Jan. 11 letter that Coronado Brewing Co., Inc. shouldn’t be marketing a beer called “Islander IPA” in the Seattle area and state of Washington, the Coronado brewer responded a week later by saying it had trademarks for the “Islander” term and a copy of the registration.
On Friday, Coronado Brewing Co. sued Maritime Pacific for trademark infringement.