A “long period swell”, that has brought 8-10 foot wave swells, sneaker waves, and rip currents is expected to continue through tomorrow night. The rough waves exist between Monterey and Sonoma counties. Locally, some of the beaches that can be expected to be seriously impacted are those that face northwest, such as Asilomar State Beach and Marina State Beach.
2 thousand marijuana plants were discovered on Bureau Of Land Management land in San Benito County. While searching the grow site, San Benito County Sheriff’s deputies discovered 2 suspects who fled the scene. One was arrested, and the other ditched a loaded firearm while being pursued through the brush. That person is still being sought.
A magnitude 3.2 earthquake occurred in the San Juan Bautista area today. it was epi-centered less than 10 miles from Hollister and 11 miles from Salinas. There have been no reports of damage connected with the 9:16 a.m. seismic event.
A Hollister police officer was injured when his service vehicle was hit last night. Although the vehicle was seriously damaged, the officer suffered moderate injuries and has been released from the hospital. The officers was in pursuit of some suspects who stole items from a Hollister store when the accident occurred. The alleged thieves have since been caught.
Three prostitutes, working at 3 separate massage parlors in Morgan Hill have been arrested. Morgan Hill Police officers are trying to uncover any connection between those women. The prostitutes were cited and released. Anyone with information on this case is encouraged to contact the Morgan Hill Police Department.
A convicted felon was arrested this morning, after a warrant was served at a Marina home. 34 year-old William Dixon was found to be in possession of a semi-automatic rifle (that was equipped with a high-capacity magazine and a silencer. Dixon was booked into Monterey County Jail.
(10:05) San Mateo - In a move that could result in Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla being hit with tens of millions of dollars in penalties, The California Coastal Commission has begun an enforcement action against Khosla for his refusal to open Martins Beach in San Mateo County to the public. Khosla is currently charged with at least five potential violations, with fees as much as $15,000 a day. Because of the appellate court ruling San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office has told the public to feel free to ignore Khosla’s no-trespassing signs.
(10:00) Scotts Valley - A woman was arrested last night in Scotts Valley after police stopped her for a mechanical violation and found the suspect, Yaminah Underwood in possession of several fraudulent credit cards and manufacturing equipment. The department disclosed that this was not the first time Underwood, who is currently on probation, was found in possession of fake credit cards. Underwood was arrested and booked at the Santa Cruz County Jail.
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