Police Search for Suspect in 24 Hour Fitness Sexual Assault Attempt
Authorities are on the hunt for a man who attempted to sexually assault a woman in the shower of a San Diego 24 Hour Fitness.
According to The San Diego Union-Tribune, a man "forced open the glass shower door while the woman tried to hold it closed... He stepped into the shower stall, motioned for the woman to be silent and grabbed her shoulders to prevent her from getting away."
According to police reports, the woman escaped from her assailant and ran out onto the street.
Police are searching for a man described to be black, in his 20s, about 5 feet, 9 inches tall, about 140 pounds, thin, clean shaven, with black wavy hair.
Drug Trafficker Operates Steve Nash Club Cafés in Canada
Frederic Wilson, who has a long history in drug trafficking, has made a deal to open juice bars, called Better Body Café, in two British Columbia Steve Nash gyms locations.
According to the The Vancouver Sun, the 46-year-old Wilson was picked up for possession of four kilograms of cocaine in California and was sentenced to 14 years in prison.
Colleen Kirk, a spokesperson for Steve Nash gyms, says that the company was not aware of the man's criminal history.
“Nobody was privy to that information. I will say that we have no interaction with (Wilson and his business partner),” she told The Vancouver Sun.
She added that his two cafés “have nothing to do with the Steve Nash clubs.”
“They lease a space from us,” she said. “We will follow the direction of the RCMP when they complete all of their investigation. And that’s something we are not privy to yet. So we are letting the police do their job.”
Major League Baseball Teams Up with Soul Pose Yoga
Major League Baseball and Soul Pose yoga are hosting "the ultimate outdoor yoga party."
According to MLB.com, Soul Pose MLB All-Star Yoga will take place on Saturday in San Diego in conjunction with next Tuesday's the MLB All-Star Game.
The event will consist of a "60-minute program including yoga poses coupled with lighthearted fun elements added to the practice."
The session costs $24.99 and will be offered at 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Saturday.