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One  of  two  teens  accused  of  vandalizing  a  Castroville  church  has  been  arrested.     Video  surveillance  footage  showed  2  boys  entering  Our  Lady  Of  Refuge  Catholic  Church  on  Preston  Street,  and  then  causing  thousands  of  dollars  worth  of  damage  to  an oil  painting,  several  walls,  and  a  pew.     The  minor  faces  felony  vandalism  charges.   The 2nd  minor  is  still  being  sought.

A  receiver  has  been  appointed  for the  red  barn  flea  market….which  means  the  market  could  be  re-opening  soon.    Santa  cruz  county  fiduciary  sandra  hill  has  been  charged  with  the  oversite  of  the  sunday  market  operation.    It  remains  to  be  seen  who  will  be  chosen  to  actually  run  the  operation,  and  how  to  resolved  the  out-standing  code  compliance  issues.   

A hearing on the Ellingwood Will, including who inherits the Red Barn, is set for next Wednesday.

A  man,  who  threatened  to  destroy  a  Salinas  police  officer,  has  been  arrested.    Reportedly,  45  year-old  Jason  Marquez  (who  was  arrested  last  September  for  throwing  gas  at  his  neighbor’s  face)  has  made  specific  threats  against  his  arresting  officer.    Because  of  those  threats,  a  search  warrant  was  served  at  Marquez’  parents’  Pescadero  Drive  home.  There  officers  found  several  firearms  and  Marquez  was  booked into  Monterey  county  jail.

A student housing development project at UC Santa Cruz is seeing pressure to reconsider building on the East Meadow on campus. The mounting pressure comes as the university looks to create more affordable student housing while limiting environmental impacts. University officials are extending the comment period for the project to June 27. Two more public hearings are set for June 6 and 7. Comments can be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

A Moss Landing couple received the 2018 Making a Difference National Volunteer Lifetime Achievement Award from the Bureau of Land Management for their work at Fort Ord National Monument. For more than 15 years, David and Jane Styer led birding trips, took inventory of plants and developed a list of the plant species at the National Monument. The couple are among eight honorees receiving the award.

High levels of fecal bacteria were found in the waters off Lover’s Point in Pacific Grove. Monterey County Health officials posted signs on Monday warning would-be swimmers from going into the water until further notice. For updates and information, call the beach condition hotline at 800-347-6363.

The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office Gang Enforcement Team arrested a 34-year-old Santa Cruz resident Tuesday morning on charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm and illegal possession of ammunition. David Gomez was in a Santa Cruz hotel room on the 100 block of Ocean Street when deputies served the warrant. He was booked into Santa Cruz County Jail and his bail was set at $25,000.

The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office Gang Enforcement Team arrested a 43-year-old Capitola man and seized 10 illegal guns on Monday when they served a search warrant at a home on the 1700 block of 48th Avenue in Capitola. Seth Niles was arrested on suspicion of possession of assault weapons, manufacturing and distributing assault weapons and conspiracy to commit a crime. Weapons seized included illegal assault guns in the process of being built and deputies also found tools and firearm parts used to build the illegal weapons.

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