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(07:20) King City - A man was arrested after he attacked another man on Tuesday in King City.  The incident took place just after 6:30 p.m. on the 500 block of Canal Street.  Officers reported that the victim, a 30 year-old man, got into a fist fight with 30 year-old Joel Arciniega.  Yesterday officers located Arciniega in the 300 block of Bassett King City.  He was charged with battery causing bodily injury, felony battery and an outstanding felony warrant.  Arciniega was booked at the Monterey County Jail.

(06:25) Carmel - Caltrans announced emergency tree removal is scheduled to take place today along Highway 1 in Carmel.  The right lane north or Flanders will be closed from 9:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.  Motorists are advised to expect delays. 

10  more  commercial  cannabis  businesses  have  been  approved  to  receive  permits  in  Salinas.    5  of  those  are  dispensaries,  while  3  are  delivery  companies,  and  2  are  manufacturing  locations.    All told,  Salinas city leaders  have  approved  19   such  businesses.

Based  on  the  results  of  a  recent  Pilot  Program,  California’s  drivers  could  soon  be  charged  for  the  miles  they  drive.   Authorities  say  that  the  gas  tax  is  un-sustainable  because  of  the  number  of  alternative-fuel  vehicles  that  are  expected  to  be  on  the  road  in  the  coming  years….and  so  they’ve  been  looking  at how  to  garner  the  funds  they  need to  keep  the  50  thousand  miles  of  state  maintained  roadway  in  reasonable  repair.

Red  Cross  volunteers  are  going  door  to  door  in  some  areas,  to  install  smoke  detectors  in  people’s  homes  in  Santa  Cruz,  Monterey,  and  San  Benito  counties.   They  are  specifically  targeting  homes  in  mobile  home  parks  because  typically  those  residents  have  less  than  2  minutes  to  safely  get  out  of  their  homes  once  a  fire  erupts….and  those fires  can  spread  from  home  to  home  very  rapidly.

A  21  year-old  Castroville  man,  and  a  17  year-old  Seaside  boy,   were  arrested  this  week.  That  after  they  were  found  to  be  in  possession  of  stolen  handguns.    The  firearms  were  reportedly  taken  from  a  Pacific  Grove  home  last  month.

The  man  who  was  the  28th  homicide  victim  in Salinas  this  year  has  been  identified.    37  year-old  Vicente  Hernandez  Cardenas  was  riding  his  bicycle  when  he  was  shot  multiple  times.  He  was  declared  dead  at  the  scene.  Anyone  with  information  about  the November 27th shooting,  or  the  shooter, is  encouraged  to  contact  their  local  authorities.

A  truck  driver  was  robbed  at  gunpoint  yesterday  in  Marina.    The  2:40  p.m.  incident,  that  took  place  outside  a  motel  on  Reservation  Road,   is the  latest  in  a  string  of  robberies  on  the  Monterey  Peninsula.  Anyone  with  information  on  any  of  these  robberies  is  encouraged  to  contact  their  local  authorities.  

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