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Flooding, Road Closures As Heavy Rains Fall On Saturated Ground

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(10:00) San Benito & Monterey Counties - Cal Fire announced a memorial service will be held today for a fallen fire Captain of San Benito-Monterey Unit.  Fire Captain Julie Freeman passed away on March 5th, after a battle with cancer.  Captain Freeman proudly served the Monterey Peninsula for the past eight years from the Carmel Hill Fire Station.  A memorial service to honor Fire Captain Julie Freeman will be held this morning at 11:00 at The Church on the hill, 500 sands drive in San Jose. 

 

(08:50) Santa Cruz - The Santa Cruz Police Department is inviting the community to join them for coffee and conversation.  Coffee with a Cop was created to give the community an opportunity to ask questions, voice concerns and to get to know the officers in your neighborhood.  Coffee with a Cop will be on Thursday, March 30, from 7:30-9:30 p.m. at Java Junction, located at 580 River Street in Santa Cruz.         

(08:00) Santa Cruz - The Santa Cruz Sheriff’s Office celebrated 20 years with their volunteer team yesterday.  Last year over 100 volunteers donated over 17,000 hours of service, with a wage equivalency savings of over $400,000 to Santa Cruz County taxpayers.  Volunteers perform neighborhood security checks, assist with missing person’s cases, archive historical photos, and are out in the community helping with the departments new Child Safety and Home Crime Prevention Inspection programs.  For more information on the Santa Cruz Sheriff’s Volunteer team or to become a volunteer visit www.scsheriff.com

 

(07:00) Scotts Valley - A video that surfaced online provided new details in an attack by a group of children last Saturday in Scotts Valley.  As a result three people have been indentified as key players in the fight at SkyPark.  Authorities reported that No arrests have been made but, charges of battery will be recommended. The cause of the fight is still under investigation.  Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to call the Scotts Valley police Department.

After  22  years  on  the  bench,  a  Monterey County  Superior  Court  judge  says  he  is  planning  to  retire  next  week.   Superior  court  judge  Albert  H  Maldonado  plans  to  return to private practice  while  he  determines  what  he  wants  to  do  next.  For the majority of his judicial career, Maldonado has been assigned to criminal matters.   Prior  to  becoming  a  judge, Maldonado  served  in  the  U.S.  Army,  receiving  a Bronze Star, and a Vietnam Service Medal.

There  are  a  lot  of  pregnant  Harbor  Seals  in the  Monterey  Bay  Area  right  now,  and  people  keep  going  into  one  of  the  rookeries, even  though  it’s  cordoned  off  for the  pupping  season.    The  off-limits  area,  that  has  often  been  disturbed  recently  (even  leading to the  abandonment  of  2  Harbor  Seal pups)   is  the  Hopkins  Beach  Rookery  near  Pacific  Grove.   Along  with  staying  out  of  the  rookeries,  people  are  asked  not  to fly drones  over  them.  Disturbing the  Harbor  Seals,  either  on the  ground  or from  the air,  is  a Federal  Offense.

The  last  chunk  of  the  Pfeiffer  Canyon  Bridge  has  finally  fallen.     The  next  step will  be  to  get  the  chunks  of  bridge  (and  other debris)  out  of  the  canyon  below.  Crews  at  Mare  Island  are  working  to fabricate  the girders for  the  new  320 foot-long bridge.  The  pieces  of  the  new  column-lesssingle-spansteel  plate  girder  bridge ,are expected  to start  arriving in  Big  Sur  in  May,  and Cal-Trans  hopes  to have  the  new  Pfeiffer  Canyon  Bridge  completed  in  September.

A  16  year-old  boy  was  shot  twice  in  Santa  Cruz earlier this week,  in  what  appears  to  have  been  a  gang-motivated  incident.      The  drive-by  shooting  occurred  on  the  2200  block  of  Delaware  Avenue on Monday.    The  teen  was  air-lifted  to  a  Bay Area  trauma  center.    Anyone  with  information  about  this  shooting  is  encouraged  to  contact  the  Santa Cruz  Police  Department.

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