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(07:00) A woman was arrested yesterday after she attempted to sell a stolen wallet online.  Officers reported that a family in Lompico, returning home after being evacuated during the fire that was burning near Boulder Creek, noticed a couple of bags had disappeared while unpacking.   22-year-old Paige Clinite was arrested for trying to sell one of the stolen items on Craigslist, a wallet that was valued at 1-thousand 500 dollars.  Clinite was booked into Santa Cruz County Jail. 

 

(06:25) Watsonville - A man was arrested after officers conducted a probation compliance check yesterday afternoon in Watsonville.   At a residence, officers located ammunition, gang paraphernalia, and a loaded pistol.   26 year-old Jesus Serrano was arrested for being a felon in possession of a firearm, probation violation, child endangerment, felon in possession of ammunition and gang enhancements.   

 

(06:15) Boulder Creek - Cal Fire is investigating a possible Bear Fire flare-up that started last night around 11:00.  Firefighters reported that the fire burned about a third of an acre and was quickly contained.  The Bear Fire burned nearly 400 acres near the Boulder Creek area over a month ago.  The Cause of last nights fire is still under investigation. 

 

2  people  have  been  arrested  in  connection  with  an  armed  robbery,   in  which  the  robbery  victim  also  suffered  multiple  cuts.   Christopher  Beaty-Iverson  was  identified  (by  the  victim)  as  the  stabber.   After  further  investigation,  John  Marshall  was  arrested  as  the  second  robber  in  the  incident.   Both  Beaty-Iverson  and  Marshall  were  booked  into  Santa  Cruz  County  Jail  on  charges  of  Robbery, Assault  With  A  Deadly Weapon  and  ConspiracyBeaty-Iverson  also  faces  some  drug-related charges.

2  suspects  are  being  sought  in  connection  with  a  string  of robberies  that  have  taken  place  on  the  Monterey  Peninsula  in  recent  weeks.   The  armed  robberies  have  been  at  a  motel,  and  2  gas  station  convenience  stores.   Anyone  with  information  on  these  robberies,  or  any  others,  is  encouraged  to  call  the  anonymous  tip  line  at:

                                        831-646-3840.

A  30  year-old  Salinas  man  has  been  sentenced  to  spend  more  than  4  years  in  prison  for  his  part  in  2  robberies,  and  an  attempted  robbery.   In  August,  Julian  Rangel  Gasca  robbed  one  gas  station  in  Greenfield  and  another  in  Gonzales.   The  Attempted  Robbery  took  place  at  a  3rd   gas  station  in  Monterey.

A  judge  has  sentenced  Antolin  Garcia-Torres  to Life  In  Prison  Without  The  Possibility  Of  Parole, for  the  2012  kidnapping  and  murder  of  15  year-old  Morgan Hill  resident  Sierra  La  Mar.   26  year-old  Garcia-Torres was convicted in May of  La Mar’s  1st  degree  murder,   as  well  as  the attempted  kidnappings  of  three  women  back  in 2009.     La Mar’s  body  has  never  been  found.   

She  was  reported  missing  on  March  16th  of  2012,  after  she  missed  her  bus  to  school  that  morning.

The  season’s  first  “Spare  The  Air”  alert  has  been  issued  by  the  Monterey  Bay  Air  Resources  District.    It’s  for  the  San  Lorenzo  Valley,  and  it  began  at  6  p.m.  tonight,   and  runs  through  this  coming  Friday  at  noon.     People  are  encouraged  to  avoid  burning  wood,   manufactured  logs,  or  other  solid  fuel,  to  heat  their  homes  during  that  time.  Air district staff will continue to monitor the situation,  and provide updates if warranted.

 

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