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(09:15) A Dollar Tree store was robbed Monday night in Marina.  The robbery took place around 9:00 p.m. at 215 Reservation Road.   An employee reported that the robber had a handgun and demanded money from the safe.   Anyone with information is encouraged to contact authorities.  

(08:50) Salinas - A man was arrested on Monday for a murder that took place in 2015.   42 year-old Dexter Barnett Sr was found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds at North Main and East Lake Streets.    The Salinas Police Department arrested 22 year-old Angel Ramirez on Monday.  He was booked at county jail on one count of homicide and for participation in a criminal street gang.

 

The 3rd annual Salud y Cariño dinner, Evening on the Rooftop: The Sky is Her Limit, will be held this Saturday in Santa Cruz.   The Proceeds will benefit the nonprofit Salud y Cariño and supports middle school girls.  The organization operates after-school programs that empower girls through physical activity, confidence building and making healthy choices.    The dinner will be held this Saturday at 5:30 to 9:00 p.m. at the Community Foundation of Santa Cruz, 7807 Soquel Drive.  For more information go to saludycarino.org.

(07:20) Boulder Creek - Volunteers are needed at the new Boulder Creek Service Center.    The grand opening was held yesterday and is located at 13210 Highway 9 in downtown Boulder Creek.   Deputies will be working out of this location and partnering with the community to solve problems and address issues where they live.   To become a Sheriff's Office volunteer or for more information go to scsheriff.com.  

 

 

(06:55) Salinas - The Salinas Police Department is accepting applications for the Fall Community Police Academy.   Each night features a new topic, with speakers, demonstrations and discussions.   The Academy will be held August 24th through November 9th, from 6:00 to 9 p.m. each Thursday for 12 consecutive weeks.   The last day to submit an application is tomorrow. 

 

Raspberry  workers  voted  today  to  be  represented  by  the  U.F.W.      The  vote  was  269  for  the U.F.W,  and  236  for  “no  union”.  Watsonville-based  Premiere  Raspberries LLC  employs  more  than  500  people.    Once  the  election  results  are  certified  by  the  California  Agricultural  Labor  Relations  Board,  the  Premiere  Raspberries  bargaining  unit  is  expected  to  begin  contract  negotiations.

Senior  citizens ,  and  disabled  residents,   can  now  put  in  applications  to  get on  housing-waitlists  for  3  apartment  complexes, while  a  4th  is  only  for  people  age  62  and  older.   Applicants  cannot  make  more  than  50  percent  of  the  Monterey county  median  income….which  is  $28,500  dollars  a  year  for  a  single  person.    People  who  move  into  one  of  these  apartments  will  pay  30  percent  of  their  annual  income.   

THE  PUBLIC’S  ASSISTANCE IS  BEING  SOUGHT  IN  TRYING  TO  FIND  A  CORRALITOS  MAN  WHO DISAPPEARED LAST  NIGHT.   30  YEAR-OLD  EVAN  BONNEMA  WAS  LAST  SEEN  WHEN  HE  HEADED  OUT  ON  A  MOTORCYCLE  RIDE  AT  5:30  P.M.  (TUESDAY).   HIS  WIFE  CALLED  THE  SANTA  CRUZ  COUNTY  SHERIFF’S  DEPARTMENT  AT  7:30 P-M,   WHEN  BONNEMA  DID  NOT RETURN TO HIS  ALDRIDGE LANE HOME.  HIS  MOTORCYCLE  WAS  FOUND  THIS  MORNING,  COVERED  UNDER  A TARP  IN  AN  ORCHARD  ON  ALDRIDGE  LANE,  ABOUT 100  YARDS  FROM  HIS  FATHER’S  GARAGE.    THE  MOTORCYCLE  HAD  NOT SUSTAINED  ANY DAMAGE.   BONNEMA’S  HELMET WAS  NOT FOUND,  AND  HIS  CELL PHONE  IS  DEAD.    BONNEMA  IS  DESCRIBED  AS  BEING  5  FEET  10  INCHES  TALL  WITH  BROWN  HAIR  AND  HAZEL  EYES.    HE  WEIGHS  170  POUNDS  AND  HE  HAS  A  MOON  TATTOED  ON  ONE LEG,   AND  NORCAL  STAR  WINGS  TATTOED  ON  HIS  BACK.   ANYONE  WITH  ANY  INFORMATION  ON  BONNEMA’S  WHEREABOUTS  IS  ENCOURAGED  TO  CONTACT  THE  SANTA  CRUZ  COUNTY  SHERIFF’S  DEPARTMENT  OR  9-1-1.

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