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Man Hospitalized after Shooting in Morgan Hill- 2/26/15 11:30 M.K.

A man was hospitalized after being shot in Morgan Hill last night. The incident occurred near Ciolino Avenue and Monterey Road shortly after 6 p.m. Officials say the victim was shot after having an argument with two men. He was then transported to the hospital by family members. Anyone with information is to contact Morgan Hill police.

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Carmel Man Arrested on Suspicion of Car Theft, Drug Possession- 2/26/15 10:30 M.K.

A Carmel man was arrested yesterday on suspicion of car theft and drug possession.  Police pulled over 23-year-old Casey Lee Kenyon on Highway 1 at Ocean Avenue after spotting him driving a stolen vehicle. Kenyon was found hiding meth in his lap.  He was arrested and booked into Monterey County Jail.  At the time of his arrest, Kenyon was on felony probation.

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Jury Declares Man Sane in Stabbing of Santa Cruz Woman- 2/26/15 10:00 M.K.

A man found guilty of fatally stabbing a Santa Cruz woman has been declared sane. 46-year-old Charles Anthony Edwards was arrested in the killing of Santa Cruz shop owner Shannon Collins in 2012. He was found guilty of murder in the first phase of the trial. The jury was then left to determine whether or not Edwards was insane at the time of the murder. After declaring Edwards sane, the jury must now decide whether or not he should spend life in prison or a mental health facility. He is scheduled to appear in court March 25th for sentencing.


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Monterey County Receives Grant to Address Jail Overcrowding- 2/26/15 9:00 S.G.

Monterey County officials have received funding to help address prison overcrowding. The county’s Superior Court has received a $338,000 grant from the Recidivism Reduction Fund which was established to reduce jail populations statewide. The money will be used to help officials identify inmates eligible for pretrial release. The grant program is allocating a total of $315 million to superior courts across California.


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