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  • Seaside Murder Arrest-5/20/18-1651-PMD

    Seaside police have arrested a woman following a 10 month investigation. 43-year-old Corrie Denise Arriaga was arrested on Friday and charged with the 2017 first degree murder of 33-year-old Courtney Read More
  • Salinas Bank Robbery-5/20/18-1751-PMD

    Salinas police are investigating a Friday afternoon bank robbery. Shortly after 2 p.m. two men with covered faces entered the Monterey Credit Union in Harden Ranch Plaza. One of the Read More
  • Marina PD Seeks Assistance-5/20/18-1653-PMD

    The Marina Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identifying a suspect in multiple thefts. Authorities say there has been a significant increase in vehicle break ins and burglaries. Read More
  • SC O-I Shooting UPDATE-5/18/18-1523-PMD

    An officer involved shooting investigation is underway in Santa Cruz County. Authorities say that a woman was hospital with gunshot wounds after she assaulted a deputy with his patrol vehicle Read More
  • Huntsman - 2 Life Terms 05/18/18A 11:53 S.S.

    Tami Hunstman has been sentenced to spend two life terms in prison…..without the possibility of parole. Huntsman is the Salinas woman who pleaded guilty to the torture and killing of Read More
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A  Vacaville  man  faces  1  count  of  involuntary manslaughter  in  connection  with  the  Sunday night  shooting  death  of  19  year-old  Vacaville resident  Isaac  Lopez.     The  2  were  sitting  in  a  car  with  2  friends  when  the  shooting  occurred.     It  has  been  determined  that  Lopez’  18 year-old  friend  Javier  Calvo  was  holding the  gun  when  it  went  off.     Calvo  was  booked into the Santa Cruz county jail on one count of involuntary manslaughter.   His bail was set at a  quarter-million  dollars.

The  California  State  Attorney  General  now  has  5  days  to  appeal  a  California  judge’s  ruling  that  a  2016  law  (allowing  terminally  ill  people  to  end  their  lives)  was  unconstitutionally  approved.    The  End  Of  Life  Option  Act  allows terminally  ill  adults  to  obtain  a  prescription  for  life-ending  drugs  if  a  doctor  has  determined  they  have  6 months  or  less  to  live.    Riverside  county  superior  court  judge  Daniel  Ottolia  issued  an  oral  ruling  today  saying  lawmakers  acted  illegally  in  passing  the  law during  a  special  session  that  was  devoted  to  other  topics.    California  was  the  5th   state  in  the  nation  to  approve  such  a  law.    In  California,   the  writing  of  such  lethal  prescriptions  is  completely  voluntary.

The 15th annual Cesar Chavez Convocation will take place at UC Santa Cruz’s College Nine and 10 multi-purpose room at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The event is free to the public and honors the memory of the labor activist and features social justice speakers. This year’s guest speakers are activists in the 1968 East Los Angeles walkouts that fought against unequal treatment of Mexican-American students in the Los Angeles Unified School District.

The Boulder Creek Library is playing host to an abridged version of “Romeo and Juliet” at 1 p.m. Saturday. The play is put on by UC Santa Cruz students and the program Shakespeare to Go. The event is free and open to the public and is sponsored by the university’s arts department.

Adrian AJ Gonzalez pleaded not guilty for a second time on Monday. Gonzalez was 15 years old when he was charged with murder, kidnapping and rape of 8-year-old Maddy Middleton in 2015. A Santa Cruz Superior Court Judge ordered Gonzalez to be tried as an adult in October. But his attorneys are waiting for an appeal at the state appeals court that could see him tried as a juvenile and put him in a rehabilitation program. His next court appearance is scheduled for July 31 in Santa Cruz.

The Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency will begin tracking the statistical success of its Homeless Outreach, Proactive Engagement Services. The agency plans to study 33 areas that feed into the program’s success, including housing and hospital visits.

Watsonville’s City Manager Charles Montoya will leave his job after he announced Monday that he accepted a role to manage the city of Avondale in Arizona.

He is expected to start the job in late July, pending approval from the Avondale City Council. Montoya was hired by the City of Watsonville in 2015 and was under a contract that ran through 2021. City officials have yet to say when a replacement will be found.

A Monterey County deputy's patrol car caught fire during an emergency operation Monday morning. The deputy had arrived to the scene of a crash on Carmel Valley Road near Tassajara Road and was attempting to resuscitate the driver of a truck that had collided with a tree when the patrol vehicle caught fire. The driver, 67 year old Kenneth William Klein was pronounced dead at the scene. The cause of the vehicle fire is under investigation.


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