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CHILD MOLESTER IN COURT - 08/26/14 08:42 S.S.

THE TRIAL HAS BEGUN FOR A LA SELVA BEACH MAN, ACCUSED OF MOLESTING SEVERAL YOUNG GIRLS OVER THE SPAN OF 14 YEARS. 59 YEAR-OLD RANDY JAY SMITH IS ACCUSED OF MOLESTING 5 GIRLS BETWEEN 1993 AND 2007 (WHEN THE GIRLS WERE BETWEEN THE AGES OF 4 AND 9 YEARS-OLD). SMITH FACES 14 SEPARATE SEXUAL MOLESTATION-RELATED-CHARGES. IF CONVICTED ON ALL OF THE COUNTS AGAINST HIM, HE COULD FACE A SENTENCE OF UP TO LIFE IN PRISON.

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WITNESSES SOUGHT RE HIT-AND-RUN - 08/26/14 06:51 S.S.

A 70 YEAR-OLD LAS LOMAS MAN, WHO WAS SERIOUSLY INJURED IN A HIT-AND-RUN IN SANTA CRUZ SUNDAY, WAS STILL IN CRITICAL CONDITION YESTERDAY. THE MAN SUFFERED INJURIES TO HIS LUNGS, ABDOMEN, INTESTINES AND KIDNEYS IN THE 4:30 P-M INCIDENT ON THE 700 BLOCK OF PACIFIC AVENUE. THE 29 YEAR-OLD DRIVER, WHO IS THOUGHT TO HAVE BEEN INTOXICATED AT THE TIME, WAS ARRESTED ABOUT AN HOUR-AND-A-HALF LATER AND BOOKED INTO SANTA CRUZ COUNTY JAIL. AT THIS TIME SHE FACES A POSSIBLE CHARGE OF FELONY HIT-AND-RUN. ANYONE WHO MAY HAVE WITNESSED THE SUNDAY AFTERNOON ACCIDENT ON PACIFIC AVENUE IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE SANTA CRUZ POLICE DEPARTMENT.

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LOCAL GRAPE GROWERS RELIEVED - 08/26/14 06:26 S.S.

SOME LOCAL GRAPE GROWERS ARE RELIEVED THAT THEY’LL STILL BE ABLE TO DELIVER THEIR GRAPES TO NAPA AREA WINERIES IN THE COMING WEEKS. ALTHOUGH THE WINERIES SUFFERED DAMAGE (AS A RESULT OF SUNDAY’S EARTHQUAKE NEAR NAPA), AT LEAST SOME WILL BE ABLE TO PROCESS THOSE GRAPES INTO WINE. ONE OF THE VINTNERS SAID "Part of the good news is this started before harvest started,” and “very little harvest had been completed, so very few of the tanks and barrels have 2014 wine in them”. MANY CENTRAL COAST VINEYARDS DO BUSINESS WITH NAPA WINERIES.

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815 POUNDS OF TRASH CLEANED UP - 08/25/14 17:50 S.S.

MORE THAN 800 POUNDS OF TRASH WAS CLEANED UP OFF OF 5 NORTH COAST BEACHES YESTERDAY. 35 SAVE OUR SHORES VOLUNTEERS CLEANED DAVENPORT MAIN BEACH AS WELL AS PANTHER, SHARK TOOTH, 4-MILE AND BONNY DOON BEACHES. PANTHER WAS REPORTEDLY THE ONE WHERE VOLUNTEERS PICKED UP THE MOST TRASH THIS TIME (375 POUNDS OF DEBRIS, AND 4 UNOPENED CASES OF BEER), WHILE THE CLEAN-UP AT DAVENPORT MAIN YIELDED THE 2ND MOST TRASH, AT 292 POUNDS.

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GAS LEAK IN CAPITOLA - 08/25/14 17:38 S.S.

P.G. & E. CREWS ARE ON THE SCENE REPAIRING A GAS LEAK IN CAPITOLA. SOMEONE DIGGING WITH A SHOVEL THIS AFTERNOON (ON THE 300 BLOCK OF SAN JOSE AVENUE) DAMAGED A GAS LINE. EVERYONE WHO WAS EVACUATED, CAN NOW GO HOME; AND THE ROADS THAT WERE CLOSED HAVE BEEN RE-OPENED.

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SEASIDE KIMBALL AVE SHOOTING- 08-25-14 12:00 SG

A SEASIDE MAN WAS INJURED DURING A SHOOTING LAST NIGHT (SUN).     OFFICERS RECEIVED A CALL FROM THE VICTIM AROUND 11:30.     HE REPORTED HE HAD BEEN SHOT SEVERAL TIMES AT THE CORNER OF KIMBALL AVENUE AND WHEELER STREET.    HE WAS TRANSPORTED TO A BAY AREA HOSPITAL WITH NON-LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES.     ANYONE WITH INFORMATION IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT SEASIDE POLICE.

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