From the “it-takes-a-big-man-to-hit-a-woman” files we share with you the re-arrest of Bird Rock Bandit member Eric House…he’ll be in the slammer for a long, long time to reflect on his actions.
SAN DIEGO — One of the men who pleaded guilty in the infamous Bird Rock Bandit case involving the beating death of a La Jolla surfer was back behind bars Monday.
Eric House, part of a group known as the Bird Rock Bandits, is shown in January 2010 in San Diego Superior Court when he was sentenced to prison for violating terms of his probation in the killing of surfer Emery Kauanui, 24. — Nelvin C. Cepeda
Eric House, 25, was arrested on a battery charge shortly after 8 p.m. Sunday at his girlfriend's Pacific Beach apartment on Chalcedony Street after an argument, San Diego police said.
House was booked into jail about 10:40 p.m. on one misdemeanor count of domestic battery and is being held on $10,000 bail, according to the jail's website.
He was one of three members of the so-called Bird Rock Bandits who pleaded guilty four years ago in the 2007 death of Emery Kauanui. The 24-year-old surfer died in a hospital four days after being punched in the face in a fight with the men outside his mother's La Jolla home.
Read entire article at utsandiego.com/news/2012/jun/25/bird-rock-bandit-arrested-in-battery-case/