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Highway 101 Crash 11-22-17 T.A.

(09:45) Authorities reported that four people were injured in a solo car crash this morning on Highway 101 near San Juan Batista.  Four people were traveling on southbound Highway 101 around 6 a.m. when they went off the San Benito river bridge.  Two people were critically injured and airlifted to a trauma center.      

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2 Men and Juvenile Arrested        11-22-17           T.A.  

(07:55) Salinas - Authorities reported that 2 men and Juvenile were arrested after officers conducted a probation search at a residence on Sunday in Salinas.  During the search officers located 1.7 pounds of methamphetamine, 9 pounds of marijuana, large amount of money, scales and a loaded firearm.  The 16 year-old was booked at the Monterey County Juvenile Hall for various firearms and narcotics charges.  Raymond Raygoza and Noah Backus were booked at the Monterey County Jail for possession of narcotics for sale and other various charges.

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Jacob's Heart Requests Holiday Help   11-22-17     T.A.  

(07:25) Santa Cruz County - Jacob’s Heart announced that 18 families of children with cancer are in need of adoption this holiday season.  Those that would like to adopt a child this holiday season can do so by going to the Jacob’s Heart Gift Registries or by making an online donation at jacobsheart.org

 

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15 year old shot in Hand      11-22-17        T.A.

(07:00) King City  - A 15 year-old was shot in the hand Sunday night in King City.  The shooting took place around 6:30 on the 900 block of Broadway Street.     Officers reported that the victim and his friend walked into a trailer park, and unknown suspect began shooting at them, striking 1 of them in the hand.   A witness described a newer model, dark colored, sedan fleeing the area after the shooting.   Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the King City Police Department.   

 

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CHP Toy Drive         11-22-17        T.A.

(06:25) Santa Cruz County - California Highway Patrol Santa Cruz announced it is hosting the Annual CHiPs for KiDs Toy Drive.  The toy drive has helped families throughout California for more than 25 years by bringing packaged gifts to disadvantaged children in Santa Cruz County.  Toys collected will benefit local children from infant to 16 years of age.  The drive began on Monday and ends Thursday, December 21.   New unwrapped toys can be taken to the CHP office, located at 10395 Soquel Drive in Aptos.  Toys will be distributed on Christmas Eve.   

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2 Prowlers Arrested 11-22-17 T.A.

(06:15) Santa Cruz County - Authorities reported that 2 people were arrested after they were spotted prowling in a Santa Cruz neighborhood Monday night.  When neighbors confronted the 2 suspects, Jonathan Luczak and Nicole Papineau, they found stolen items in the back of their truck.  Both suspects were booked into the Santa Cruz County jail.

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Possible Name Change 11/21/17B 19:40 S.S.

The  Monterey  County  Board  Of  Supervisors  is  expected  to  consider  whether  a  spot  in  Salinas  should  be  re-named.    “Confederate  Corners”  is  just  off  Highway  68,  and  due  to  a  number  of  incidents  around  the  country,  some  local  residents  feel  it  would  be  safer  to  change  the  name.    Since  the  area  is  surrounded  by  agricultural  fields,  some  people  think  a  good  name  would  be “campesino  corners”  because  ‘campesino’  means  ‘farm  workers’  in  Spanish.    Others  want  a  more  ambiguous  name,  while  still  others  would  prefer  to  keep  the  historic  name.

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Local Lighthouse Gets Original Lens 11/21/17B 17:55 S.S.

The  Point  Sur  Lighthouse  will  be  getting  its  original  1887  First-Order  Fresnel  lens  back.     The  more  than  4300  pound  lens  has   been  on  exhibit  at  the  now-closed  Monterey  Maritime  Museum  since  1992.  . It  will be taken  apart,  cleaned  and restored,  and then re-assembled in the Lighthouse.   Each  of  the  16  panels  of  prisms  in  the  lens  has  a  bulls-eye  in  the  center,  surrounded  by  concentric  rings  of  prismatic  glass.     The  light  from Point  Sur’s  Fresnel  lens  used  to  be  able  to  be  seen  for  23  nautical  miles.

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