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A man was arrested in Watsonville this morning. Watsonville police officers went to a home on Center Street, to arrest 23 year old Luis Geronimo for an outstanding warrant. Officers found at the home a hash oil lab and a gun. Geronimo was book on drug and weapon charges.

(06:55) Salinas - Authorities reported that six parolees were arrested during a sweep yesterday in Salinas.  Salinas Police Department, along with the Monterey County Probation Department and Monterey County Parole, searched a total of 15 homes.   Two people were arrested for violating parole.  The other four were arrested for violations including possession of a firearm, gang association and possession of a controlled substance for sale.   The parolees were booked into the Monterey County Jail.

 

A  9  YEAR-OLD  BOY  DIED  AFTER  HE  WAS  SWEPT  OUT TO  SEA  YESTERDAY.    THE  BOY  HAD  BEEN  PLAYING  WITH  HIS  FATHER  AT  MONASTERY  BEACH  IN  CARMEL,  WHEN  AN  8-12  FOOT  TALL  SNEAKER  WAVE  KNOCKED  HIM  DOWN,  AND  THE  RIPTIDE  PULLED  HIM  ABOUT  100 YARDS  OFF-SHORE.    ALTHOUGH  2  MEN  ADMINISTERED  C-P-R  AFTER THEY  PULLED  THE  BOY  FROM  THE  OCEAN,  HE  WAS  DECLARED  DEAD  A  SHORTTIME  LATER  AT  A  NEARBY  HOSPITAL.

A  temporary  program  that  regulates  food trucks  in  the  city  of  Santa  Cruz  has  been  extended.   Santa  Cruz  City  Council  Members  voted  unanimously  today  to  continue  to  allow  food  trucks  a  larger  presence  in the community.    The  owners  will  be  able  to  continue  vending  in  parks  and  on  private  property.  

A teenager  has  been  arrested  in  connection with  the  march  22nd  stabbing  of  a  25 year-old  man  in  Santa  Cruz,  and  a  second  juvenile  is  still  being  sought.     The  17  year-old  Watsonville  boy, and  his  cohort  reportedly  followed  their  victim  by  car  after  he  got onto  a  bus,  and  then  attacked  him  shortly  before  noon,  as  he  got  off  the  bus  on  Soquel  Avenue  near  Darwin  Street.    Anyone  with  information  about  the  stabbing  is  encouraged  to  contact  the  Santa  Cruz  Police  Department.  

A  man  reportedly  died  today,  after  he  fell  from  a  cliff  near  Davenport.    His  body was  found  about  40  feet  down  the  cliff  at  Panther  State  Beach.     Investigators  said  it was  not  immediately  clear  how  (or  why)  the  man  fell.

4  schools  in  Monterey  county  were  declared  safe  today,   after  they  received  calls  of  bomb  threats  this  morning.     Bomb-sniffing  dogs  were  used  to  check  out  the  campuses  at  North  Monterey County  High  and  Middle  Schools  in  Castroville,   AS  WELL  AS  Gavilan  View  Middle  School  and  Virginia  Rocca  Barton  Elementary  School  in  Salinas.

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