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(08:30) Aptos - Caltrans announced a one-day emergency guardrail repair project will take place on northbound Highway 1, in Aptos on Saturday.  Roadwork will consist of closing the #2 (right) lane of northbound Highway 1 at Rio del Mar from 6:30 a.m. until noon.  The northbound Rio Del Mar onramp will also be closed.  For more information on this project call:  831-423-0396 

(08:00) Monterey County - The Boys and Girls Clubhouse in Salinas and Seaside are switching to solar power in an effort to save money.  The non-profit organization was reportedly paying $80,000 annually just in electricity bills.  Once both clubs are operating on solar, they will save an estimated 97% on energy costs.  The club in Seaside still needs to raise $50,000 before construction can begin.  To donate visit: bgcmc.org.  

(06:50) Santa Cruz - A man was arrested yesterday, after he was caught with stolen property and a hatchet.  Nicholas Kremkau was riding his bike near Anna Jean Cummings Park, in Soquel, when he was contacted by deputies.  Kremkau, who had a warrant out for his arrest, was found in possession of stolen property, a hatchet in his waistband, and drug related items.  He was booked into Santa Cruz County Jail. 

A  Watsonville  man,   who  faces  20  felony  charges  connected  with  sexually  abusing  a  Capitola  girl  several  years  ago,   is  now  out  on  bail.   That  after  42  year-old  Greg  Bartle’s  bail  was  reduced  from  1  million  dollars  to  $200,000.  The  allegations  against  Bartle  all  involve  1  victim….whom  he  reportedly  had  “unique  access  to”,  while  she  was  14  through  17  years-old.

2  mothers,  and  some  Watsonville  Police  Officers,  worked  together  recently  to  teach  2  boys  about  “consequences”.     Reportedly  one  woman’s  son  filmed  the  other  woman’s  son  jumping  onto  the  hood  of  a  Watsonville  police  car,   and  then  running  over  the  roof,  and  jumping  off  the vehicle.   The  women  brought  their  son’s  down  to  the  Department  to apologize,  and  one  mother  explained  that  her  son  would  do  community  service  at  a  local  food  bank  during  spring  break,  while  the  other  mother  insisted  that  her  whole  family  wash  the patrol  cars  to  make  up for  what  her  son  had  done.    Police  officers  gave  both  mother’s  kudos  for  turning  it  all  into  a  learning  experience.

A  Santa  Cruz  couple,  and  their  3  year-old  son  are  home  safe  and  sound.     That  after  the  3  were  robbed  at  gunpoint  while  traveling  in  Mexico.     The  robbers  are  said  to  have  taken  everything  the  3  had,  including  phoneswalletsclothing,  and  their  truck.

Seven  people  are expected  to  speak  Friday  at  an  event  tomorrow  in  the  Monterey  Bay  National  Marine  Sanctuary  Exploration  Center  in  Santa  Cruz.     Although  attendance  of  this  “Event  Santa  Cruz”,  called  “Our  Ocean”,  is  free,   people  are  asked  to  register  at  EventBrite.com,   to  attend  the  6-9  p.m.  event  at 35  Pacific  Avenue  in  Santa  Cruz.

The  5th  grader,  who  barricaded  himself  in  a  classroom  yesterday  at  a  Santa  Cruz  school,  was  reportedly  intending  to  injure  3  specific  students.   His  Bay  View  Elementary  School  teacher  managed  to  get  the  rest of  the  kids  out  of  the  classroom  safely,  and  then  Santa  Cruz  police  officers  extricated  the  11  year-old…..and  took  him  to  a  care  facility.   A  firearm,  that  his  parents  owned,  was  removed  from  the  boy’s  home.

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