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(11:15) Watsonville - Closing arguments were made this morning in regards to a deadly shooting the occurred in march of 2006.  40 year-old Oscar Cabrera  allegedly shot and killed Jose Cabrera in his car near Larkin Valley Road and Buena Vista Drive (just outside Watsonville).   Police reported Oscar Cabrera is the leader of the Nuestra Familia gang and shot Jose Cabrera twice, once in the chest and once in the neck.  After almost two months of trial, the prosecution rested its case accusing Oscar Cabrera of first degree murder

(10:20) Watsonville - The Watsonville City Council voted in favor to purchase two new custom-built fire engines at last nights meeting.  The city staff proposed four new locations for the substation: The former site of Watsonville Farm Supply, Franich Park, Fowle Reservoir and Joyce Street Park.  Out of the four options Franich Park (which is located on the corner of Menasco Drive and Vista Montana Drive) would cost the least and could provide a permanent solution for the substation.   However, the location is next to the Ann Soldo Elementary school AND THERE is concern parents would oppose the substation.   The city staff will continue to explore other sites.

(09:30) Santa Cruz - A winter shelter will be opening tomorrow in Santa Cruz.  The shelter is located on 7th avenue and will provide beds and meals for up 100 people per night.   The shelter will not take walk-in guests and will require people to go through an intake process at a city gravel lot.  Guests can register, and will be picked up and dropped off at 1220 River Street.  The line will start at 4 p.m., drop off will be between 5-6 p.m., dinner will be served at 6 p.m. and the return of guests will be at 7 a.m.  The shelter will open tomorrow and run thorough April 8th

(07:15) Watsonville - Police are currently looking for the person who is responsible for shooting at a car in Watsonville.  The incident took place just before 7 p.m. on the 500 block on Main Street, after the gunman and victim engaged in road rage on Highway 1.  The victim reported that the gunman followed him off Highway 1 to Main Street.  The gunman approached the vehicle hit the victim and shot at the car.  The bullet did not hit anyone.   Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Watsonville Police Department.

According  to  the  results  of  the  last  2   counts  of  the  Harbor  Seal  population  in  Pacific Grove….their  numbers are  down.   In 2014  there  were  reportedly  700  of  the  marine  mammals, and this  year  there  were  only  500.   It’s  thought  that  the  warm  water  conditions  (that drove  their  food  sources  further  out  to  sea)  has  caused  starvation  issues  in  both  the  Harbor  Seal  and  Sea  Lion  populations…..especially  among  the  pups  of  both  species. 

A  woman,  who  was  reportedly  crawling  on  Highway  101  over  the  weekend,  was  run over  by  a  car.    The  6:30 a-m  Saturday  fatal  accident  took  place  in  the  northbound  lanes  near  the  West  Laurel  Drive  exit.    The  driver  of  the  vehicle  stayed  at  the  scene,   and  cooperated  with  investigators.  

A  Pebble  Beach  millionaire,   who  was  the  C-E-O  of  Monterey-based  (tomato  paste  company)  “SK  Foods”,  has  been  released  from prison.      He  was  sentenced  to  6  years  in  prison  for  racketeering  and  price  fixing,   but  has  been  released  after  only  3  years.     Salyer  has reportedly been  released  to  a  halfway  house  for  3  years  of  court-ordered  supervised  parole.

Fire  crews  from  4  agencies  were  able  to  quickly  stop  an  attic  fire  in  Pebble  Beach  last  night.    The  blaze  broke  out  at  a  home  on  the  1,000  block  of  Broncho  Road.      The  cause  of  that blaze  is  under  investigation.

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