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Progress  has  been  made  in  3  homicide  cases  that  took  place  between  2006  and  this  January  in  south  Monterey  county.   A  warrant  has  been  issued  for   Noel  Palaez  Valentin,  who  is  believed to  have  been  the  man  who  fatally  stabbed  21  year-old  Jose  Cruz  Rojas  in  King City  on  February  23rd  of  2006;    on July  5th  of  2007  42  year-old  Martin  Macareno  was  found  lying  on  his  King  City  garage  floor  with  fatal  injuries;  and  a  3-thousand  dollar  reward  is  being  offered  for  information  leading  to  the  arrest  and  conviction  of  the  person  (or  people)  who  killed  16  year-old  Luis  Cuevas,  who  was shot and killed January 4th,  on the 1000 block of Oak Street in King  City.

3  men  were  arrested  this  morning  in  connection  with  an  April  7th  shooting  in  Salinas.     The  shooting  occurred  on  the  600  block  of  Towt  Street.     19  year-old Jimmy  Aquirre  and  Miguel  Jimenez,  and  25  year-old  Mark  Anthony  Valenzuela,  have  been  booked  into  Monterey  county  jail.     All  3  face  charges  of  Attempted  MurderConspiracy,  and  Gang  Enhancements.

A  29  year-old  Scotts  Valley  man  is  facing  possible  felony  domestic  violence  charges,  in  connection  with  beating  a  woman  and  holding  her  against  her  will  in  his  home.    When  Scotts  Valley  police  officers  responding  to  a  domestic  violence  call  near  the  100  block  of  Mount  Hermon  Road  early  Saturday,  they  found  a  woman  running  away  from  the  house,  and  Schell  inside  with  a  self-inflicted  gunshot  wound.    Schell  is  still  in  critical  condition  in  a  San  Jose  trauma  center.

No  one  was  injured  when  a  fire  displaced  3  residents,  and  did  about  1000  dollars  worth  of  damage  to  a  duplex  in  the  Santa  Cruz  Beach  Flats  this  morning.   The  blaze  on  the  200  block  of  Raymond  Street  was  called  in  just  after  4 a.m.     Although  the  exact  cause  of  the  fire  is  still  being  investigated,  an  electrical  malfunction  is  believed  to  have  been  involved.

How UC Santa Cruz can control traffic will be the subject of a presentation from 7 to 8:15 p.m. Wednesday. Rick Longinotti, the co-chair of the Campaign for Sustainable Transportation, will give the presentation in the community room at the Santa Cruz Police Department at 155 Center St.

A grand jury report called on the Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency to integrate its personnel into emergency responses. The county’s Behavioral Health Division collaborates with law enforcement agencies, the grand jury wants the division to expand its role and respond to 911 calls for people in crisis. That response could reduce load on law enforcement responding to the calls.

Santa Cruz City officials have yet to decide on the site of a temporary homeless shelter. The National Guard Armory was original site for the intended temporary shelter before city officials said it would undergo renovations. Three potential sites are being considered and a fourth site is under preliminary investigation. City employees are expected to update the city council on the shelter efforts at Tuesday’s meeting.

Cal State Monterey Bay sent its largest class yet out into the world. The university graduated 2,321 students over the weekend in its 22nd annual commencement, which stretched into three ceremonies from Friday to Saturday.

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