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A  23  year-old  Salinas  woman  has  been  found  guilty  of  domestic  battery  and  child  abuse.   That  after  Amelia  Betzabel  Andalon  punched  her  boyfriend  in  the  face  while  their  infant  son  was  caught  in  the  middle.   Andalon  was  sentenced  to  spend  40  days  in  jail,  and  has  been  ordered  to  be  on  probation  for  3  years.   

A  woman,  who  has  spent  more  than  21  years  working  for  Monterey  Public  Library,  plans  to  retire  soon.   63  year-old  Joanna  May  White  plans  to  make  her  last  rounds  with  the  bookmobile  on  marc g  29th.    A  retirement  party  is  set  to  take  place  from  5-7 p-m  that  day,  and  the  public  is  encouraged  to  attend  the  event  that  will  be  held  in  the  back  parking  lot  of  the  Monterey  Public  Library. 

Highway  1  has  been  closed  in  both  directions  since this morning, due  to  a  slide  just  north  of  Nacimiento-Ferguson  Road,  and  now  a  tree  has  fallen  across  Nacimiento-Ferguson  Road,  blocking  the  lanes  there.    Highway  1,   at  the  new  slide  area,  will  remain  closed  overnight.   Monterey  county  road  crews  are  working to remove the tree that is blocking Nacimiento-Ferguson  Road  about a half-mile east of Highway 1.

A  man,   who  was  thought  to  possibly  be  carrying  a  firearm  on  the  C.S.U.M.B.  Campus  today,  actually  only  had  an  umbrella.     An  alert  was  sent  out  to  students  around  10:30  this  morning  informing  students  that  police officers  were  searching  for  a  suspicious  man  on  Divarty  Street.     When  law enforcement officers  found  the  person  that  fit  the  description,   they  determined  he  was  only  carrying  an  umbrella…..not  a  firearm.

No  one  was  seriously  injured  when  a  shot  was  accidentally  fired  today  (by  a  teacher)  in  a  Seaside  classroom.     The  round  went  into  the  ceiling,  and  some  debris  fell  on  the  students  and teacher.     Dennis  Alexander,  the  teacher  involved,  has  been  placed  on  Administrative  Leave  while  the  1:20 p.m.  incident  is  investigated.

(09:00) Santa Cruz - A special meeting before the Planning Commission for all 13 proposed small cell facilities has been scheduled for this month.  All 13 applications are available for review online at monterey.org/smallcellfacility, along with an independent consultant report from CTC Technology and Energy.  The meeting is scheduled to start at 6 p-m on Thursday, March 15 in the City Council Chamber, Few Memorial Hall at 580 Pacific Street.



(08:00) Gilroy - The Gilroy Police Department and the Santa Clara Valley Water District conducted a garbage cleanup over the weekend.  The 2-day cleanup was created in an effort to prevent garbage from ending up in the waterways.  Over 15 tons of trash was removed from various locations around the city.

(07:35) Santa Cruz - Authorities reported that 2 people were arrested after evidence linked them to a shooting that took place on Sunday night in Santa Cruz.   At about 2200 officers responded to a call of shots being heard on the 100 block Myrtle Street.  After reviewing surveillance video officers obtained a license plate number and located the vehicle and suspects on the 2200 block of Mission Street.  During a search of the vehicle officers found 2 loaded firearms, a high-capacity magazine and crack cocaine.  24 year-old Frank Kuit and 25 year-old Hunter Everly were booked into Santa Cruz County Jail on multiple gun charges and drug charges. 

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