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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 men brandished a rifle, the robbers then demanded the tellers to empty their cash drawers into a bag. The suspects then fled with an undisclosed amount of cash. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Salinas police.

 

 

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. Most of the vehicles were left unlocked and in cases, valuable property was in left in plain view. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Marina police.

 

 

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 after she slipped out of handcuffs. It happened at the Ocean Street Extension around 3:30 a.m. Friday morning after two patrol units detained a male and female with a stolen vehicle. The injured deputy was treated and released the woman was shot several times and is being treated in a trauma center. She will be charged with attempted murder when she is released from the hospital.

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  her  young  niece  and  nephew,  and  the  torture  and  abuse  of  their  older  sister.    3  and  6  year-old   Delylah  and Shaun  Tara’s  bodies  were  found  in  a  Redding storage  unit  in  February.  Although  Huntsman’s plea deal spared her the Death Penalty, it  also  means  she  won’t be  able  to  appeal  this  sentence.  

A  tentative  contract  has  been  reached  between  the  Pajaro  Valley  Unified  School District  and  their  teacher’s  union.    If  the  teachers  vote  to  ratify  the  proposed  contract,   it would  take  effect  after  the  may  23rd  vote  of  the district’s  board  of  trustees.    The  tentative contract  retroactively  applies  to  the  2016-17 year.

3  men  have  been  cited  for  possessing  graffiti  tools.     That  after  they  were  spotted  walking  in  an  area  of  Soquel  Drive  that  had  recently  been  hit  by  taggers.     More  than  2  dozen  cans  of  spray  paint,  additional  spray  nozzles,  and  other  related  equipment  were  found  in  their  vehicle  in  an  un-incorporated  portion  of  Santa  Cruz  county.

2  Hollister  residents  are  scheduled  to  return  to  a  San  Benito  county  court  room  next  month  so  a  date  can  be  set  for  their  preliminary  hearing.     49  year-old  San  Ji  and  45  year-old  Jung  Choi  are  accused  of  killing  Ji’s  wife  Yoon  in December.    Ji  and  Choi  have  remained  in  San  Benito  county  jail  since  they  were  arrested.  Their  bail  is  set  at  more  than  2  million  dollars.

A  woman  suffered  major  injuries  this  morning  when  she  lost  control  of  her  vehicle  on  southbound  Highway  101  in  south  Monterey  county.   The  7:30  a.m.  solo-vehicle,  roll-over  accident,  occurred  north  of  the  Jolon  Road  exit  near  Camp  Roberts.     The  injured  woman  was  transported  to  an  area  hospital.

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