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The  second  homicide  of  the  year  in  Greenfield,  which  occurred  today,   is  being  investigated.    That  after  a  body  was  found  on  the  500  block  of  Apple  Avenue  around  2  this  afternoon,  anyone  with  information  on  this  case  is  encouraged  to  contact  the  Greenfield  Police  Department.

(09:15) Santa Cruz - Santa Cruz Sheriff, Jim Hart, announced the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office has been selected as a Finalist for the 2018 James Q. Wilson Award for Excellence in Community Policing, presented by the Regional Community Policing Institute of California. The Sheriff’s Office is recognized for implementing a series of initiatives including 21st Century Policing, Crisis Intervention Team, Integrating Communications, Assessment and Tactics, Procedural Justice and Body Worn Cameras, all of which support and contribute to the Importance of Community Policing and Creating Sustainable Initiatives.  Judging was based on the following areas: Topics: Problem Solving; Partnership with the Community; Partnership with Public and Private Organizations/Agencies; Institutionalization; Results

(09:00) For the second year, bicycle riders from Stanford University and the Bay Area will join forces to bike 100 miles to raise funds to research and increase awareness of Autism.  This year’s Bay Area Bike to the Beach will start at the main campus at 6 a.m. on Firday.  The bike route will include traveling along Hecker Pass Highway, in Watsonville, and finish at Carmel Beach.  For more information on the complete route visit: strava.com

(08:25) Gilroy - The Gilroy Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a woman who allegedly stole items from 2 stores on Saturday.  The first incident took place just after 4:30 p.m. at Ulta Beauty, located on Lenz Lane.  The second incident took place just before 6 p.m. at Best Buy, located on Camino Arroyo.  A picture of the woman can be seen on the Gilroy Police Department’s Facebook Page.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact authorities.   

 

(07:45) Aptos - An Aptos home caught on fire yesterday afternoon.  Firefighters were dispatched to the 100 block of Via Soderini, near Seascape Beach Resort, around 3:30 p.m.  The Homeowner, Jack Stark, said the fire started from a heat lamp he had just lit on his porch.  There were no reports on any injuries.   

 

(07:15) The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office reported that a woman is missing.  29 year-old Katherine Harden was last seen around 3 p.m. yesterday at Greyhound Rock parking lot, in Davenport.  Harden is described as white female, 5’9” and weighs 160 pounds with hazel eyes, and brown hair.  She was wearing blue jeans, a black sweater with grey sleeves and a red blanket.  A picture of Harden can be seen on the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office.  Anyone with information is encouraged to call 831-471-1121.

A meeting on the future of Portola Drive is scheduled for this week. The third and final concept meeting will take place at Del Mar School from 6:30 until 9 p.m. this Thursday. County planners will present reworked concepts for upgrading the roadway that services 5000 residents as well as  visitors to the world class surfing area and beaches.

 

A recent report released by AAA contradicts federal estimates.  The study indicates that drowsy driving is up to nine and a half times more responsible for traffic accidents than originally thought. AAA says that drowsy driving is hard to study because it is not a testable condition. Symptoms of drowsy driving are drifting in the lanes, memory lapses, and straining to keep eyes open. The best solution is to pull over and rest before returning to the roadway.

 

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