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Flooding, Road Closures As Heavy Rains Fall On Saturated Ground

After years of praying for rain, Santa Cruz County has had more than its fill. Looking for something to bet on now that the Super Bowl is in the past? Try betting on whether 17 will stay open!

Take A Look At Some Local Flooding

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(16:54)CAPITOLA- A group of suspected serial lingerie thieves were arrested following a high speed chase yesterday (Mon). Shortly after 11:30 a.m. Capitola police attempted to stop a vehicle associated with a series of shoplifting thefts, that involved four women using foil lined bags to circumvent door sensors at Victoria Secret stores in Capitola and Monterey. The vehicle sped off and a high speed chase ensued but was called off for public safety concerns. The car was spotted on Highway 17 near Scotts Valley and pulled over at gunpoint. Two adult, and two juvenile women were taken into custody.

 

(12:15) Big Sur - A mudslide south of Big Sur has caused a road closure.  The mud slide happened around 9:00 last night south of big sur near Mud Creek Road.   Caltrans reported that the slide dropped a million tons of material on the highway.  The road will remain closed but partial coastal access will continue via Nacimiento-Fergusson Road.

(12:30) King City - King City High School was on a lock down this morning after after a driver opened fire and shot another man in a vehicle.  The incident took place on San Antonio Drive near King City High.   Authorities reported a gunman in another vehicle opened fire and shot a 23 year-old man in both legs, while he was driving north on San Antonio Drive.  Police reported the gunman was possibly traveling in a white Nissan sedan.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the King City Police Department.

 

 

(09:10) Watsonville - Officers received calls of gun shots being fired in Watsonville yesterday.   Officers received multiple calls around 5:30 p-m from witnesses saying they heard gun shots in the area of East Beach Street at Blackburn Street.    Detectives located spent shell casings on the ground behind the reported address and fresh bullet holes along the rear fence line and the exterior wall of a detached garage on the same property.  Police did not locate any victims or the gunman.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Watsonville Police Department. 

 

 

 

 

 

(08:45) Watsonville - A man was arrested after he was caught on a school campus with methamphetamine in Watsonville.  The incident took place last Thursday at Pacific Coast Charter School.  While officers were on patrol they spotted Donald Brouillard sitting inside a vehicle.   Brouillard was found to be in possession of methamphetamine and a BB Gun.  Brouillard was placed under arrest for being in possession of methamphetamine on school grounds.

 

(07:40) Santa Cruz - The Santa Cruz Police Department announced that teens can now sign up for the Teen Public Safety Academy 2017.  Teens between the ages of 13-19 will get firsthand experience of what Santa Cruz Police and Fire do on a daily basis.   Teen Academy recruits will learn about police and fire training, tactics and job duties.   The first week long Session begins on July 10.   For more information contact Leo Gomez at (831) 420-5952.

(06:50) Gilroy - A fire broke out at a concrete company in Gilroy on Saturday night.  The fire started around 9 p.m. near Buena Vista Avenue, off Highway 101.  Firefighters got the fire under control around 2 a.m. on Sunday.    There were no reports on any injuries.   The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

(15:38) SEASIDE- CSUMB held graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2017 on Saturday. Over 2000 students from 31 countries and 24 states and as old as 72 were addressed by former congressman Sam Farr at the ceremony held at the campus located at the former Fort Ord. The graduates will now join the workforce at a time of low unemployment.

 

 

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