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A Capitola Burglary Investigation Has Led To The Arrests Of Two Suspects. —04/24/15-1555-PMD

A Capitola burglary investigation has led to the arrests of two suspects. On April 20th police responded to a report of a burglary in progress on the 900 block of Capitola Avenue. Officers search the area but couldn’t locate any burglars, then after stolen jewelry was pawned in Watsonville, detectives identified 27 year old Zachary Weatherly and 29 year old Clayton Degraff as burglary suspects. on Tuesday Capitola police arrested Weatherly, and Degraff was taken into custody on Thursday. Both men are being held in county jail in lieu of $25,000.


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Monterey County Organization Releases Report on Wastewater Recycling- 4/24/15 10:00 M.K.

The Pure Water Monterey Groundwater Replenishment Project has released a draft of an environmental impact report focusing on alternatives to groundwater. This organization has proposed a project that would bring purified wastewater to replenish the Seaside groundwater basement as well as agricultural irrigation in the area. The public can review and comment on the document until June 5. To view the report, visit purewatermonterey.org .

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Presidio of Monterey Woman Missing- 4/24/15 08:00 S.G.

Presidio of Monterey police are seeking a woman who was reported missing this week. 25-year-old Sara Thomas failed to appear for work at the Defense Language Institute on Monday. Officials say she left her family a note saying she was going into the wilderness. Thomas is 5-foot-6, has blonde hair, and suffers from severe anorexia. Anyone with information is to contact Presidio of Monterey police.

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Nurses Protest Restructuring Plan at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital- 4/24/15 07:00 S.G.

Dozens of nurses gathered outside Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital last night to protest a proposed restructuring plan. The proposal would change the way nurses are distributed throughout the facility. Hospital officials say the plan would improve patient care by minimizing transport of patients and providing special training for nurses. Those protesting the plan believe it will take nurses away from patients. A report is expected to be released next week which will offer recommendations for both sides. The hospital and the California Nurses Association will meet Monday to continue negotiations.


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