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Local News

(08:00) Hollister - The Hollister Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding 2 people involved in an armed robbery.  On December 12, around 12:30 am, Hollister Police Officers responded to the Quikstop gas station, located at 10 San Felipe Road, regarding an armed robbery.  Later that day, around 8:22 am, the stolen winning scratchers from the robbery were cashed at the 7-11 store in Hollister, located at 915 San Benito Street, by another suspect.  A picture of one of the men can be seen on the Hollister Police Department’s Facebook Page.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact authorities. 

(06:40) Santa Cruz - A former U-C Santa Cruz student is scheduled to be sentenced to spend 6 years in prison, after pleading no-contest to charges in connection to a deadly head on collision.  Two Years ago Lynnea Hernandez was driving her friends down to Big Sur when she veered into oncoming traffic, killing one of her passengers Lillian Scott and another driver, Nikolas Malliarodakis.  On Wednesday Hernandez pleaded no contest to 2 counts of vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence and 2 counts of reckless driving.  Hernandez is scheduled to be sentenced on March 23rd.   

 

(05:50) Salinas - A Salinas couple was sentenced for their role in a murder that took place in 2016.  47-year-old Jeffrey Madruga was sentenced to 30 years in prison and Julie McClure was sentenced to 25 years in prison for the beating, kidnapping, and death of Ronnie Cronn Jr.  Madruga and McClure helped law enforcement locate Cronn's remains in a remote area of Chualar.  Paulo Barcenas who was also involved in the homicide was previously sent to prison for more than 50 years. 

A 14 YEAR-OLD BOY SUFFERED A FATAL GUNSHOT WOUND IN SALINAS LAST NIGHT. THE 6:30 P.M. SHOOTING OCCURRED ON THE FIRST BLOCK OF RUSSELL ROAD. ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ON THE SHOOTER IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE SALINAS POLICE DEPARTMENT.

A  boy  was  hospitalized  after  suffering  critical  injuries  in  a  North  Salinas  shooting  tonight.      Police  say  he  was  walking  anyone  on   Russell  Road  (between  North  Main  Street  and  Van  Buren  Avenue)  when  someone  drove  up  next  to  him,  the  2  exchanged  words,  and  then the  person  in  the  car  fired  several  rounds  at  the  boy.   Anyone  who  saw  the  6:30 p.m.  shooting  is  encouraged  to  contact  the  Salinas  Police  Department.  

A  High  Surf  Advisory  has  been  issued  for  the  Monterey  Bay  Area  in  general,   and  the  Santa  Cruz  Harbor  in  specific.    Seas  are  forecast  to range  in  size  from  17  to  20  feet,  with  the  highest  swells  expected  to  arrive  late  tonight  (and  stick  around  through  tomorrow  and  Friday).     Breaking  surf  in  the  harbor  entrance is  anticipated,  as  well  as  powerful  surge conditions  within  the  harbor.

3  people  were  arrested  last  night  in  King  City.   they  were  found  in  a  vehicle  that  was  reported  stolen  from  a  home  in  Salinas.    25  year-old  Antonio Ceballos,  20  year-old  Tania  Esmeralda  Ortiz,  and  19  year –old  Maria  Fernanda  Martinez  were  booked into  Monterey  County  Jail.

No  one  suffered  major  injuries  when  a  truck  hit  a  structure  in  Salinas  this  morning.      The  incident  took  place  around  10  a.m.  on  Fairview  Avenue.     The  driver,  who  was  on  his  way  to  a  medical  appointment,  exited  Highway 101  when  he  began  to  feel dizzy.  As  his  vehicle  left  the  highway,  he  lost  control  of  it,  and  it  went  through  a  stop  sign  and  into  the  side  of  a  garage….where  it  caused  major  damage.

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