Plaintiff sued City in federal court, alleging both federal and state law claims arising from her arrest and strip search by City police officers. The federal jury rendered a verdict in the City’s favor on the federal law claims. The federal court dismissed the state law negligence claims without prejudice. Plaintiff refiled those claims in state court. Following Hernandez v. City of Pomona (2009) 46 Cal.4th 501, this decision affirms the trial court’s dismissal of the state lawsuit, finding that the federal jury’s verdict in the City’s favor is collateral estoppel, barring the state lawsuit which attacked the same arrest and strip search that the federal jury had found be reasonable police activity.