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Salinas Police Arrest Man for Attempt 187 11-13-18 18:18 DC

A 28-year-old man is being held on kidnapping, attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon after a violent attack on an ex-girlfriend Monday morning in Salinas.

According to Salinas Police, Donovan Johnson, forced his way into the victim's home and took her against her will after punching her and slashing her with a knife.

Johnson was taking the victim to Natividad Medical Center when he was arrested and then transported to the Monterey County Jail.

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Man Killed By Amtrak Train in Salinas 11-13-18 18:00 DC

A pedestrian was struck and killed by an Amtrak train traveling southbound Tuesday in the area around Sanborn Pl. in Salinas.

The train was traveling from Seattle to Los Angeles when the collision occurred.

The after seeing the man, the train's conductor activated an emergency stop, but the train could not stop in time.

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SC Council Approves San Lorenzo River Bridge Trail 11-13-18 17:43 DC

The Santa Cruz City Council today approved a new 10-foot wide trail to replace the existing 4-foot wide walkway on the San Lorenzo River Railroad Trestle Bridge.

The Trestle Trail Project will provide direct bike/pedestrian access between the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk and the Seabright neighborhood and the Santa Cruz Riverwalk levee path and downtown Santa Cruz.

The bike/pedestrian path will be made of steel with fiberglass decking. Horizontal cable railings will replace the current chain-link fence. It will be approximately 306 feet long and connect to the existing access ramps at each end of the bridge. 

The $2.03 million Trestle Trail Project is slated for completion before Memorial Day 2019 — just in time for the increased number of summer season bicyclists and pedestrians.

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Guilty Plea in Deadly “Swatting" Case 11-13-18 16:40 DC

You may remember the case of 26-year-old Tyler Barris, a California man who admitted to filing a false report that ultimately led police to fatally shoot a Kansas man. The incident grew out of a dispute between two online gamers over a $1.50 bet on the Call of Duty WWII video game.

If approved by the judge, the deal with federal prosecutors will send Barris to prison for between 20 and 25 years. He could still face charges in California.

 

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