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Harbor Seal pupping season is underway on the Central Coast, and the marine mammal center has already rescued two pups in the past week. The pups, picked up in Moss Landing And San Luis Obispo were likely abandoned due to human interaction. Monterey bay operations manager Julia O’Hern says “If you can see the pup or you can see the harbor seal and she’s looking at you, you’re too close” in 2017 the Marine Mammal Center took in thirteen Harbor Seals, a number they hope to lower in 2018.

Tips to enjoying this pupping season can be found at www.marinemammalcenter.org or if any seal is seen in distress call the rescue hotline at 831-633-6298

A  Marina  businesswoman  has  been  arrested.  57  year-old    Young  Choi  was  arrested  for  solicitation  for  prostitution,   and  for  operating  a  business  where  prostitution  occurs.    The arrest  was  made  after  undercover investigators  were  solicited  for  sex  acts  at  Choi’s  Marina  Massage  Parlor

Although  students  at  Pacific  Grove  High  School  wanted to  show  unity  with  students  around  the  nation this  morning,  and  walk  out  for  the  17  minutes,  they  chose  not  to  walk  out  due  to  recent  threatening messages.    Instead,  students  there  staged  a  “hang-out”,  where  they  stayed  inside to honor  those  who  died  in  the  school  shooting  in  Parkland  Florida  1  month  ago.

A  Seaside  school  district  spokeswoman  said  that  the  school  resource  officers  are  the  only  people  authorized  to  carry  firearms  on  campus.    Seaside  High  School  officials  are  investigating  why  the  teacher,  who  accidentally  fired  off  a  handgun  in  his  classroom  yesterday,  had  the  gun  at  school  to  begin  with….and  whether  any  school  official  was  aware  of  his  intention  to  bring  a  handgun  into  his  Administrative  Justice  class  (for  his  lesson  on  gun  safety).  Students  at  Seaside  High  School  have  been  gathering signatures  to  try  and  get  their  teacher  back  into  the  classroom.

A  surfer,   known  as  “The  Godfather  Of  Santa  Cruz”,   has  died.   Vince  Collier  was  57  years-old  when  he  died  last  week  after  suffering  a heart  attack  in  Mexico.   He  had  just  finished  a  surf  session  at  El  Mojon  Beach  in  San  Miguel  Del  Puerto,  and  was  walking  back  to  his  lodging  when  his  heart  attack  occurred.     Collier  is  survived  by  3  brothers  and  3  sisters,  and  his  2  daughters.   He  was  preceded  in  death  by  his  parents  and  sister  Rita.

A  Seaside  man  has  pleaded  “No  Contest”  to  killing  his  mother  and  stabbing  his  brother.    28  year-old   Andrew  Zapanta   was  reportedly  high  on   methamphetamine  in  March  of  2016  when  he  grabbed  2  kitchen  knives  and  started  to  slash  at  himself.    His  mother  and  brother  tried  to  get  the  knives  away  from  him,  and  he  stabbed  his  mother  and  slashed  at  his  brother.   When  law  enforcement  officers  arrived,  Zapanta  was  kneeling  over  his  dead  mother,  asking  for  help.   Zapanta,  who  faces  20  years-to-life  in  prison,  is  scheduled  to  return  to  a  Monterey  county  courtroom  April  12th  for  his  sentencing. 


A  student  has  been  arrested  in  connection  with  threats  made  yesterday  at  a  Morgan  Hill  high  school.   The  written  threat  was  found  at  Ann  Sobrato  High  School,  on  Burnett  Avenue.   The  student  was  booked  into  Santa  Clara  County  Juvenile  Hall.

(11:15) Marina - A solo car crash caused traffic delays this morning in Marina.  The crash took place around 8:45 a-m at Reservation and Blanco Road.    The driver suffered minor injuries. 


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