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A  small  country  market  has  ranked  number  16  on  YELP’S  100  best  places  to  eat  in  the  U.S.  In  2017.      The  Prunedale  Market,  which  was  previously  rated  as  the  best  barbecue  on  yelp,  is  located  just  south  of  Prunedale  off  of  Highway  101.   Although  highly visible from  Highway  101,  it’s  not  as   easy  to  get  to as  it  used  to  be.      It’s  located  at  17515  Orchard Lane, and  people  can  get there  via car  by  exiting  onto  Pesante  Road  from  Northbound 101,  and  then  making  several  right  hand  turns.

There  are  2  new  police  officers  in  the  Salinas Police  Department.      Officer  Peter  Magallon,  who  has   13  years  in law  enforcement,  is  a Fresno  county  native…..and  officer  Ruby  Alvarez  is  a Salinas  native, with  more  than  10  years  in  law  enforcement.     Both  were  sworn  in  as  Salinas  police  officers  on  Tuesday.

The  cause  of  a    2-alarm  blaze,  that  destroyed  a  home  just  outside  Salinas  last  night,  is  still  being  investigated.   The  Victorian-styled  home  on  Foster  Road  was  reportedly  fully-engulfed  in  flames  when  firefighters  arrived.  The  family  renting  the  house  was  able  to  get  out  safely.    The  fire  reportedly  did  half  a million  dollars  worth  of  damage  to  the  structure  alone.      

A  fatal  accident  occurred  in  Monterey  this  afternoon.   One  person  died  when  a  vehicle  went  off  the  Fremont  off-ramp  (from  southbound  Highway  1)  and  into  a  tree.    The  driver was  declared  dead  at  the scene  of the  1;30 p-m  accident. 

A  teenager  was  shot  and  killed  early  this  morning  in  an  officer-involved  shooting  in  Salinas.    That  after  the  teen  advanced  on  Salinas  police  officers  with  a  knife  around  1:30  this  morning.    Both  officers  are  now  on  administrative  leave,   while  the  Monterey  County  District  Attorney’s  office  performs  an  investigation  of  the  fatal  shooting. 

(11:45) San Jose - The Capitol Murder trial of a man charged with killing a missing teenager has been postponed. Sierra LaMar disappeared in March of 2012 when she was walking to her school bus stop in Morgan Hill.   Antolin Garcia-Torres was charged for killing LaMar after DNA consistent with his, was found on Lamar’s clothing in a near by field. Investigators also found DNA consistent with LaMar’s in Garcia-Torres’s car and on gloves and a rope that were located in his trunk.  New information has surfaced and one of the DNA tests is now inconclusive under the revised protocol.  Defense attorneys requested yesterday for more time to analyze the more than 1-thousand page report.  The trial has been postponed for at least 12 days.   

(07:35) Santa Cruz - Three people were arrested in connection with a false craigslist ad that lured two men into an armed robbery on Monday.  The two victims responded to an “exotic dancer” ad and met a woman around 8 p.m. on the 600 block of Riverside Avenue in Santa Cruz.   After the two men gave the woman money she left saying she would be back with the dancers.   The woman returned with three men.  The two victims reported that they ran away after 1 of the suspects pointed a gun at them.   Police arrested Timothy Towsel, Denzel Freeman, and Maria Torres.  Police are still searching for 1 more suspect.     

 

 

2  locations  in  Santa  Cruz  county  are  being featured  in  the  state’s  official  tourism  ads.   Davenport  Beach  and  Henry  Cowell  Redwoods  State  Park  are  in  several  advertisements  that are  part of  the  state’s  “Dream  Big”  campaign  series.     The  spots  are  slated  to  be  broadcast  around  the  world. 

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