Violent confrontation leads to officerinvolved shooting in Little Italy

first_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Violent confrontation leads to officer-involved shooting in Little Italy Updated: 3:06 PM March 3, 2018 John Soderman, center_img Posted: March 3, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsLITTLE ITALY (KUSI) — No one was injured in an officer-shooting in downtown San Diego, where police fired an electronic stun gun and at least one gunshot at a man who had been on the hood of a vehicle yelling at a motorist.When Brent Zadina, 30, is released from an area hospital, he will be arrested on suspicion of resisting arrest through the use of force and violence, said Lt. Mike Holden of the San Diego Police Department.A police officer driving north on India Street near Ash Street, a little before 6:45 p.m. Saturday was flagged down by several people who reported that a man was on the hood of a nearby vehicle yelling at the driver, Holden said.“The officer contacted the male who got off the hood, but began to walk into oncoming traffic,” he said.The officer tried to place the suspect under arrest, when he believed the man was intoxicated or under the influence of drugs, Holden said. The suspect resisted the officer, who then called in additional units and used his electronic stun gun, which was ineffective.“The officer continued to struggle with the suspect,” Holden said. “At one point during the struggle the officer feared for his life. The officer fired one round from his handgun, but missed the suspect.”Arriving officers assisted the initial officer in placing Zadina into handcuffs, who was taken to an area hospital for observation, he said.San Diego police asked anyone with information regarding the incident to call them at (619) 531-2293. John Soderman, , last_img read more

Neo4j Enterprise Edition is now available under a commercial license

first_imgLast week, the Neo4j community announced that the Neo4j Enterprise Edition will be available under a commercial license. The source code is available only for the Neo4j Community Edition. The Neo4j Community Edition will continue to be provided under an open source GPLv3 license. According to the Neo4j community, this new change won’t affect any Neo4j open source projects. Also, it won’t create an impact over customers, partners or OEM users operating under a Neo4j subscription license. The Neo4j Desktop users using Neo4j Enterprise Edition under free development license also won’t get affected. It doesn’t impact the members of Neo4j Startup program. The reason for choosing an open core licensing model The idea behind getting Neo4j Enterprise Edition under commercial license was to clarify and simplify the licensing model and remove ambiguity. Also, the community wanted to clear the confusion regarding what they sell and what they open source. Also, the community wanted to clarify about options they offer. The Enterprise Edition source and object code were initially available under multiple licenses. This led to multiple interpretations of these multiple licenses which ultimately created confusion in the open source community, in the buyers, and even in legal reviewers’ minds. According to the Neo4j blog, “ >99% of Neo4j Enterprise Edition code was written by individuals on Neo4j’s payroll – employed or contracted by Neo4j-the-company. As for the fractional Developers can use the Enterprise Edition for free by using the Neo4j Desktop for desktop-based development. Startups can benefit through the startup license offered by Neo4j, which is also available now to the startups with up to 20 employees.Data journalists, such as the ICIJ and NBC News can use the Enterprise Edition for free via the Data Journalism Accelerator Program. Neo4j also offers a free license to universities for teaching and learning. To know more about this news, check out Neo4j’s blog. Read Next Neo4j rewarded with $80M Series E, plans to expand company Why Neo4j is the most popular graph database Neo4j 3.4 aims to make connected data even more accessiblelast_img read more