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November 25, 2015: Watsonville Police Arrest Two More Suspects

 (19:35) WATSONVILLE- Watsonville detectives have arrested another suspect in connection with an October 2014 double homicide, where four year old Jaelyn Zavala and adult employee were gunned down in the cross fire at a popular restaurant. On Wednesday, Mexican authorities working with the Watsonville Police Department and the FBI arrested Brandon Martinez. He will be extradited to Santa Cruz County to face murder charges. This brings the total arrests in connection with shootings to nine.



November 25, 2015: Watsonville Murder Suspect Arrested

(19:12) WATSONVILLE- A man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting in Watsonville has been in arrested. Investigators arrested 29 year old Damian Baxter at an apartment building in Greenfield. Baxter is wanted in connection with a November 17th homicide of Jesus Rocha. He will be arraigned in a Santa Cruz County court room on November 30th.


November 25, 2015: Traffic Expected to Increase Across Central Coast Thanksgiving Weekend

(10:55) CENTRAL COAST - Caltrans and the CHP are reminding motorists to anticipate an increase in traffic on the Central Coast this holiday weekend. With rain and snow in the forecast, drivers are encouraged to remember to drive safe and reduce speed in rainy, foggy and windy conditions. Motorists are also being asked to slow down or move over for highway workers or tow truck drivers and make sure that their vehicle brakes, windshield wiper blades and tires are in good condition. (S.G.)


November 25, 2015: Salinas Police Looking for Man Who Stole from Taqueria

(10:46) SALINAS - Salinas police are looking for a man who stole items from a business earlier this week. The incident occurred on Monday night at Super Taqueria on Williams Road. Officials say the man ordered food before going to the back of the business and taking hundreds of dollars in meat products. He then left with the items and his food. The man was Latino, heavy set, bald and had a mustache. He was wearing a white t-shirt, dark pants and glasses. Anyone with information is to contact Salinas police. (S.G.)