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.
(07:15) Central Coast - The US National Weather Service of San Francisco Bay/Monterey has issued a Beach hazard for today. There will be an increased risk for rip currents, large shore breaks, and sneaker waves, especially for the west and northwest facing beaches. Beachgoers are advised to stay off jetties, keep your eyes on your children and pets, and never turn your back to the ocean.
(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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