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February 11, 2016: Army Settles Monterey Presidio Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

(07:05) MONTEREY – The Army has settled a sexual harassment lawsuit with a former military police trainee at the Monterey Presidio. Luydmila Starkey sued the Army in June 2014, claiming that her supervisor, Sgt. Wayne Lord, sent her inappropriate text messages and a nude photo of himself. Starkey was fired after filing a formal complaint. The Army has agreed to pay Starkey $820,000 to settle the suit. (S.G.)

 

 

 

 

February 11, 2016: Man Arrested in Aptos After Burglarizing Vacation Rental

(06:51) APTOS – A man was arrested in Aptos Wednesday on suspicion of burglary. 43-year-old Jesse Chmelicek allegedly broke into a vacation rental and was later found by the property manager. The property manager contacted authorities after Chmelicek fled the scene. Deputies swarmed the area and located the suspect in his car. A search of the vehicle recovered stolen items from the vacation rental. Chmelicek was booked into Santa Cruz County Jail. He faces additional charges of possessing stolen property, possessing narcotics and committing a felony while out on bail. (S.G.)

 

February 10, 2016: New Ag Station In Salinas

(19:59) SALINAS - President Obama’s new budget provides 30 million dollars for a new agricultural research station in Salinas. Local congressman Sam Farr said the existing station doesn’t have enough lab or office space to be able to support the type of cutting-edge research necessary for local farmers who grow specialty and organic crops that compete in the global market”. Farr went on to say that he’s glad that “the president has made a new research station a priority in his budget”.

February 10, 2016: Baby Formula Thief

(19:19) MORGAN HILL - A woman who has stolen hundreds of dollars worth of baby formula is being sought. She reportedly stole the formula from the Safeway on East Dunne Avenue in Morgan Hill last night….driving away in a U-Haul van. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Morgan Hill Police Department.

February 10, 2016: Attempted Kidnapper Sought

(19:07) SANTA  CRUZ - A man, who is said to have tried to lure a boy into a car in Santa Cruz earlier this month, is being sought. The man is described as being 5-and-a-half feet tall with yellow-ish teeth. The man is said to be in his mid-30’s and he spoke English with a heavy Spanish accent. The car he was driving reportedly had faded light-gold paint.

February 10, 2016: Aptos Teen Pleads No Contest

(18:20) RIO DEL MAR – An Aptos teenager has pleaded no contest to 9 charges of vandalism that took place back in November of 2014. 18 year-old Joseph Smith now faces 8 years in prison for his part in vandalizing 16 cars with a baseball bat, and setting 3 cars on fire. Smith was 1 of 3 teenagers involved in the vandalism spree in the Rio Del Mar neighborhood along Townsend Drive. Smith is scheduled to be sentenced March 29th.

February 10, 2016: Salinas Road Crash

(18:04) PAJARO – 2 people suffered major injuries in a crash on Salinas Road in Pajaro this afternoon. The 2-vehicle accident occurred just after 2:30 p-m, and the roadway was closed until just before 4 p-m. The injured people were transported to an area trauma center for treatment.

February 10, 2016: Two Arrested Following Vehicle Pursuit in Greenfield

(08:25) GREENFIELD - Two Greenfield men were arrested this week after leading law enforcement officers on a vehicle pursuit out of Salinas. Deputies attempted to pull over a car for code violations in Salinas when it fled southbound on Highway 101. The vehicle was later found heading toward Greenfield on Los Coches Road. Deputies were eventually able to stop the car with a spike strip. The vehicle was determined to have been stolen out of Greenfield. The car’s two occupants, 19-year-old Orlando Gonzales and 25-year-old Eduardo Villarreal, were booked into Monterey County Jail. (S.G.)