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Gayles  Bakery  And  Rosticceria  (in Capitola) turned  40  years-old  today.   The  Bakery  opened,  in  the  same  location,  in  1978.  Back  then  it  was  only  an  800  square  foot  facility….and  they  made  just  12  products.  These  days  it’s  a  more  than  5,000  square  foot  facility  that  serves  food,  and  baked  goods,   to  about  2,000  people  per  day.   

For  those  who  don’t  already  know,  Gayle’s  is  located  on  the  500  block  of  Bay  Avenue  in  Capitola.

A  prior  scam,  is  being  used  again  in  San  Benito  County.     In  the  scam,  a  caller  claims  to  be  a  local  sheriff’s  deputy  (who  explains  to  the  victim  that  that  person  has  “failure  to  appear”  and  “contempt  of  court”  citations….and  they  need  to  pay  a  fine  over  the  phone).    The  San  Benito  County  Sheriff’s  Department  wants  to  remind  people  that  they  do  not  take  payments  over  the  phone,  and  they  do  not  act  on  behalf  of  the  United  States  Federal  Court system.

A  man,  who  was  recently  arrested  in  Santa  Cruz,  is  suspected  of  killing  2  people  in  Modesto  last  fall,  in  2  separate  shootings.   Robert  Earl  Davis  was  found  in  a  beach  street  motel  room.    Davis  is  thought  to  have  fired  rounds  into  a  home  there  on  October  28th,  inadvertently  killing  a  5  year-old  boy  and  injuring  his  friend…..and  on  November  21st,  Davis  is  believed  to  have  killed  21  year-old  Cody  Lea  near  a  park  in  a  drug-related  shooting.   

2  other  men,  who  are  also  believed  to  have  been  involved  with  those  killings,  have  already  been  arrested.

2  people,  who  were  in  possession  of  burglary  toolsstolen  license  plates,   and  a  controlled substances,  were  arrested  last  night.     Samuel  Beltran,  and  his  passenger  Alura  Castillo,  were  in  a  car  with  a  stolen  license  plate,  when  they  were  stopped  by  Santa  Cruz  county  sheriff’s  deputies  near  Watsonville.    Both  Beltran  and  Castillo  were  booked  into  Santa  Cruz  County  Jail.

A  Prunedale  man  now  faces  an  8  year  prison  sentence.    56  year-old  Crispin  Manuel  Vasquez  pleaded  guilty  to  1  count  of  forcing  a  child  to  touch  his  genitals.   Vasquez  has  4  prior  convictions  for  indecent  exposure.  He  is  scheduled  to  be  sentenced  May  22nd.    Once  released  from  prison  he  will  also  be  required  to  register  as  a  sex  offender.

(10:00) The City of Santa Cruz and Pacific Gas and Electric Company will be removing dead and potentially hazardous pine trees from Murray Street this month.  The tree removal will occur at the west end of the Murray Street Bridge with traffic impacted from Seabright Avenue to 7th Avenue.  One lane of Murray Street will be closed.  The work is scheduled to take place from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, February 20.  All travelers should expect delays and plan alternate routes if possible.

 

 

(08:35) Santa Cruz - Santa Cruz County is scheduled to host a meeting this month about a draft design for Portola Drive.  The public is invited to attend the third Pleasure Point community meeting, which will be from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, February 22, at Del Mar Elementary School gym, located at 1959 Merrill Street.  Attendees will be able to review and provide feedback on draft design principles for commercial and mixed-use development in the Pleasure Point Commercial Corridor.    

(08:00) Pacific Grove - The Pacific Grove Police Department conducted a traffic enforcement operation over the weekend.  The locations included: David, Forest, Pine, 17 mile Drive and Sunset.  15 drivers were issued traffic infraction citations.  The violations cited were for excessive speeding, distracted driving, stop sign and insurance violations.

 

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