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September 2, 2015: Trail Date for suspected killer of Sierra Lamar

(17:19) MORGAN HILL – A trial date has been set for the alleged killer of a Morgan Hill teen. 15-year-old Sierra Lamar disappeared over three years ago and investigators suspect Antolin Garcia-Torres as her killer, after his DNA was found on her clothes, and her DNA in his vehicle. Garcia’s trail date has been set for April 25, 2016 and he faces the death penalty if convicted.

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September 2, 2015: Highway 101 Crash in Soledad

(15:49) SOLEDAD – A collision between a pick up truck and a big rig backed up traffic on Highway 101 this morning in Soledad. According to the CHP, a pickup truck towing a trailer lost control and crashed into the back of a big rig on northbound Highway 101 close to Arroyo Seco Road. The pick up truck sustained major damage, and its driver had to be transported to the hospital with minor injuries. Multiple northbound lanes were closed and reopened around 11:15 a.m.


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September 2, 2015: Transient Arrested for Salinas Homicide

(14:10) SALINAS – A transient was arrested Tuesday night in Salinas and charged with homicide. Last Tuesday, 26-year-old Tyler Webb was found with a major head injury on Soledad Street around 10:30 p.m., and later died at a hospital. Salinas Police determined that a known transient in the area, 42-year-old Davion Smith, was responsible for his death. Smith allegedly punched Webb in the face, causing him to fall back and strike the back of his head on the surrounding concrete. The investigation is ongoing; anyone with information is encouraged to contact Salinas Police.


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September 2, 2015: Begonia Festival Road Closures

(12:02) CAPITOLA – Several road closures will be in place during the 63rd Capitola Begonia Festival on Sunday. The following roads will be closed to vehicular traffic from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.: Esplanade at Stockton Avenue, San Jose Avenue at Capitola Avenue, and Stockton Avenue at Wharf Road through Riverview Avenue, Capitola Avenue, and Esplanade. Visit www.cityofcapitola.org for more information.


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September 2, 2015: Projects to Restore Watsonville's Trails Underway

(11:17) WATSONVILLE – Work is underway on two new wetland restoration projects in Watsonville. Restoration will take place over the next two years along Struve Slough by Main Street with funding provided by the State’s Urban Greening Program and Habitat Conservation Fund. Participants will remove several acres of dry brush and invasive plants along the trails, replacing them with thousands of native plants. Visit www.watsonvillewetlandswatch.org for more info or to get involved.


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September 2, 2015: Anime Club Set for Thursday

(10:30) WATSONVILLE – Middle and high school students are invited to participate in an anime club in Watsonville tomorrow. Participants will get the chance to review and discuss Japanese television animation and film. The free club will be held at the Watsonville Public Library from 4 to 5:30 p.m. every first Thursday of the month.


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September 2, 2015: King City Men Arrested for Selling Drugs Near School

(09:02) KING CITY - Two men have been arrested in King City on suspicion of selling drugs near an elementary school. An investigation was launched in July after officers received information alleging that men were selling crystal meth from a house across the street from San Lorenzo Elementary School. On Tuesday, officers served a search warrant at the Pearl Street residence. Officers recovered crystal meth, marijuana, drug paraphernalia, a billy club, and a police scanner. 45-year-old Reynaldo Asebedo and 50-year-old Javier Asebedo were apprehended at the scene. Both men were booked into county jail. (S.G.)

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