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An  18  year-old  suspect,  in  a  Greenfield murder,  was  arrested  this  morning  in  Soledad.   The  arrest took  place  on  the  200  block  of  East 8th Avenue.‎       Nathan  Gallardo  was  wanted  in  connection  with  the  February  homicide  of  Joseph  Suniga.      Gallardo  was  booked  into  Monterey  county  jail. 

In  recent  years,  traffic  fatalities  have  spiked  12  percent  on  April  20th….which  is  similar  to  the  increase  in  such  accidents  on  Superbowl  Sunday.  With  this  being  the  first  year  of  4/20  with  legalized  recreational  marijuana  in  California,  AAA  will  be  offering  their  Tipsy  Tow  service.     It  will  start  at  4:20  p.m. Friday,  and continue  until  4:20 a.m.  Saturday  morning.   People who  want  to  take  advantage  of  the  service  are  asked  to  call  1-800-AAA-HELP  (which  is  1-800-222-4357)  and  ask  for  a  Tipsy  Tow.    The  service  provides a free  ride  home,  and  vehicle  tow  of up  to  10  miles.     For  mileage  beyond  that,  motorists  are  charged  a standard towing  rate.    People  do  not  need  to  be  AAA  members  to  use the  service.

The  pilot,  who  died  in  a  fatal  plane  crash  in  Marina  recently,  was  85  year-old  Watsonville (and  Palm  Springs)  resident  Gordon  Leroy  Holley  (better  known  as  Lee  Holley).     He  was  a  Warner  Bros  animator,  and  later worked  for  Hank  Ketcham  on  Dennis  The  Menace.   According  to  the  N.T.S.B.,  Lee  Holley  had  owned  the  plane  since  1990,  and  had  more  than  2600  hours  of  flying  experience.    Lee  Holley  is survived  by  his  wifedaughterssiblings, grandchildren  and a  great  grandchild.    Services  are  scheduled  to  be  held  Friday  at  Ave  Maria  Memorial  Chapel  in  Watsonville,  and  a  Celebration  Of  His  Life  is  scheduled  to  take  place  afterward  at  the Seacliff Inn  in  Aptos.

A  Salinas  woman  has  pleaded  guilty  to  conspiring  to  commit  fraud.   43  year-old  Ana  Bajo  conspired with  others  to  file  more  than  2300  fraudulent  Income  Tax  Returns  with  the  I-R-S.     Bajo  is  expected  to  be  sentenced  to  spend  10  years  in prison  when  she  returns  to  a  Monterey  county  court  room  to  be  sentenced  September  26th.

A  tan  and  white  dog  was  reportedly  found  in  Morgan  Hill….with  a  rope  tied  around  its  neck,  and  severe  road  rash.     The  dog,  who  is  thought  to  have  been  dragged  from  a  vehicle,  is  believed  to  have  been  left  injured  on  the  side  of  Dougherty  Road.     The  dog  is  now  being  cared  for  by  workers  with  Santa  Clara  County  Animal  Care.

A PANEL DISCUSSION,  ON THE PROS AND CONS OF GUN CONTROL,  IS SCHEDULED TO BE HELD TONIGHT IN THE CITY OF MARINA.   THE 3rd,  IN THE "CIVIL DISCOURSE AT THE LIBRARY" SERIES,  IS SLATED TO BE PRESENTED FROM 6 - 7:30 P.M. AT 188 SEASIDE CIRCLE.   THE EVENT IS FREE, AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

 

The Watsonville Police Department will start Bike & Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operations on Thursday April 19th.  Officers will be looking for violations made by both drivers and bicycle riders that can lead to injuries.  Special attention will be directed at speeding drivers, failing to stop for signs, and failing to yield. Bicycle and pedestrian fatalities are rising in California. Locally the Watsonville Police Department has investigated six fatal pedestrian collisions, one hundred-13 injury pedestrian collisions 1 fatal bike collision and fifty-eight injury bike collisions during the past three years.    Funding for this program will be provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety. 

Local residents are being encouraged to join the Volunteer Center of Santa Cruz in celebrating National Volunteer Week April 15th-21st.   On April 11th the Volunteer Center was awarded the 2018 California non-profit of the year for volunteerism and service.    Santa Cruz County volunteers are part of a national movement of more than 62 million individuals who annually volunteer in their local communities.  To learn more about National Volunteer Week visit www.scvolunteercenter.org

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