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(06:30) Soledad - A man was shot and killed last night in Soledad.  The incident happened near 980 Front Street.   Officers found the man with multiple gunshot wounds to his upper torso, and he was pronounced dead at the scene.  Police are still investigating the motive for the incident as well as searching for the suspect.

The  teen,  who  is  accused  of  killing  8  year-old  Maddy  Middleton  in July  of  2015,  is  due  back  in  a  Santa  Cruz  county  court  room  next  month.       A.J.  Gonzalez,  who  is  accused  of  luring  Middleton  into  his  family’s  Tannery  Arts  Center  apartment,   where  he  sexually  attacked  the  girl  before  stabbing  her,   and  stuffing  her  body  into  a  recycling  bin.       Gonzalez,   who  is  being  held  without  bail,   is  scheduled  to  return  to  court  march  24th

The  permit  application  for  a  luxury  hotel  in  Pacific  Grove  has  been  allowed  to  expire.      Although  the  developer  says  he’ll be  moving forward  with  the  project  this  month,  and  he  can  re-apply  any time,   nothing  seems  to  actually  be  happening  with  those  plans  yet.  Developer  Mark  Brodeur  says  his  new  application  will  contain  not  only  a  complete  project  description,   but  engineering  calculations  and  drawings  too.  

Since  January  23rd,   San  Benito  county  sheriff’s   deputies  have  gotten   31  firearms off  the  streets.     Nearly  13,000  rounds  of  ammunition,   and  controlled  substances  were  also  confiscated…..and  a  number  of  gang  members  were  arrested.      The  gang  members  were  booked  into  San  Benito  County  Jail.

The  Shaolin  Warriors  are scheduled  to  perform  at  the  Sunset  Center  in  Carmel  tomorrow.      The  Kung Fu  masters  are  visiting  students  throughout  Monterey  county  this  week,   but  will  exhibit  their  skills   in  a  show  that  is  slated  to  start  at  8 p-m  tomorrow.     The  Sunset  Center  is  located  at  the  intersection  of  San  Carlos  and  9th.     More  information  can  be  found  on-line  at:     

            www.SunsetCenter.org

When  they  meet  tomorrow  night,   Scotts  Valley  city  council  members  are  set  to  discuss  the  construction  of  some  condominiums.   The  housing  would  be  built  behind  Chef  Liu’s  restaurant  on  Scotts  Valley  Drive.     The  city  council  meeting  is  slated  to  begin  at  6  p.m.  in  Scotts   Valley  City  Hall.    The  public  hearing  portion  of  the  meeting  is  due  to  begin  at  6:30 p.m.

Many  residents  of  Monterey  county  turned  out  for  this  afternoon’s  Monterey  County  Board  Of  Supervisors’  meeting  in  Salinas.      The  agenda  issue  they  were  there  for  is  a  proposal  for  Santa  Cruz,  Monterey and  San  Benito  counties  to work  together  on  providing  power  to  Tri-county  residents.     Many  attendees  asked  supervisors  to  say  yes  to  the  project,   while  a  few  wanted  supervisors  to  watch  Monterey  Bay  Community  Power,   and  see  how  things  go,  and  a  few  speakers  were  actively  opposed  to  the  plan.

(07:55) Hollister - Authorities reported that a couple was arrested after confiscating 3 loaded guns from the closet of their children’s bedroom.  The incident happened on the 900 block of Nash Road in Hollister.  26 year-old David Martinez and 29 year-old Annette Cuellar were booked into the San Benito County jail and face multiple charges including child endangerment.  

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