San Diego police are seeking the estranged husband of the young woman found murdered on the campus of San Diego City College.
Police are searching for Armando Gabriel Perez, 37, a “person of interest,” in the case, police tell reporters.
Perez and Diana Gonzalez of National City were married less than a year and he was the subject of a restraining order after allegedly holding her captive last month, SDPD Capt. Jim Collins said. Gonzalez had a son, 9 months old.
Sex offenders are in the sights of authorities in San Diego County.
San Diego County Crime Stoppers is joining with those from the local to federal level to profile more than 50 sex offenders this week.
They are being sought by authorities in the county and are believed to be still in the area.
There’s nothing worse than the feeling of being ripped off — and if you live long enough in these United States, it’s unfortunately not a matter of if, but when. Except perhaps, the after-the-fact feeling one has when one realizes the theft might have been prevented, if only . . .
With that in mind, Carlsbad police are marking Crime Prevention Month by issuing some tips about how you can significantly reduce “residential” crime.
We offer this information from McAfee.com in the interest of promoting
Internet security, but the bottom line is this: Don’t click on the link
in any email with the subject header “Here you have,” or “Just for you,”
even if it appears to be from someone you know.
Here’s the complete text of the McAfee advisory: New “Here You Have” Worm
Delivers Unwanted Gift
Global mass mailing worm masquerades as business message
but links to malware, McAfee Labs warns
A new Internet worm dubbed “Here You Have” is streaming into worldwide
inboxes, offering a dangerous payload, according to McAfee Labs. The
worm, which travels via spam email with the subject line of “Here you
have,” or “Just for you,” masquerades as an email with a link to a video
or an attached document file. However, the email actually contains a link
to a malicious program that can disable security software and send itself
to all the contacts in the recipient’s address book.
Corporations around the world were particularly affected by the worm on
Thursday as it clogged up their email systems. Consumers could be affected
as they go home and log onto their machines. For this reason, McAfee Labs
has labeled the worm as a “medium” risk, and warns all computer users to
delete any email with the “Here you have,” or “Just for you,” subject line.
Although the dangerous link has been taken down, neutralizing the threat,
it can still spread through remote machines, mapped drives and removable
media, Labs warns.
If you have an up-to-date and properly configured McAfee security software
product then you are protected against this threat.
The Hook: You receive a spam email with the subject line “Here you have,”
or “Just for you,” and a link or attachment that looks like it leads to a
video or document file. It may appear that the email comes from someone
The email invites you to click on the link, and once you do it prompts you
to download a file. This file is actually malware that disables the security
software on your machine and sends itself to everyone listed as a contact in
your address book.
Once you are infected, your computer has diminished security protection.
Your machine is also being used to spam your friends and contacts. If you
are on a corporate network, the network could be clogged as the worm works
its way through address books.
Do not click on the link in any email with the subject header “Here you
or “Just for you,” even if it appears to be from someone you know.
Tips to Avoid Becoming a Victim:
1) Never click on a link in a spam email or IM from someone you don’t
know. Be suspicious of strange emails from family or friends: their
have been compromised.
2) Use comprehensive security software, like McAfee Total Protection(TM)
software, to protect you from viruses, spam, and other Internet threats,
and keep the software up-to-date.
3) Set your operating system and browser to automatically apply updates.
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against all possible threats.
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High schools throughout the county are marking graduations and in Vista, the authorities will be out in force Friday and Saturday night in order to ensure an celebrating is done in a lawful manner.
“Operation Safe Celebration” is being conducted by San Diego Sheriff’s deputies with the Vista station, Capt. Tim Curran said.