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Man Turns Self In For 2016 Shooting 09/20/18A 0758 2 S.S.

A  man  has  turned  himself  for  the  September  2016  shooting  of  another  man  in  Salinas.    28  year-old  Jerry  Sanks  says  he  is  not  the  one  who  shot  and  killed  23  year-old  Kareen  Jamal  King  (in  the  area  of  East  Lake  and  Soledad  Streets).      Sanks,  who  has  spent  years  coaching  Pee  Wee  sports  in  Salinas,   was  booked  into  Monterey  County  Jail.

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UPDATE – EB 152 - OPEN 09/20/18A 09:20 S.S.

A  motorcyclist  was  transported  to  Natividad  Medical  Center  with  major  injuries  this  morning,  after  an  accident  with  a  vehicle  on  Highway  152.    The  just  before  8  a.m.  accident  occurred  west  of  Holohan  Road  near  Bridge  Street.

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EB 152 CLOSED 09/20/18A 08:25 S.S.

The  east  bound  lanes  of  Highway 152  (at  Bridge  Street  in  Watsonville)  are  closed  right now  due  to  a  vehicle  versus  motorcycle  collision.    The  accident  occurred  just  before  8  a.m.  this  morning.

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CLASSES RESUME IN SAL 09/20/18A 1824 1 S.S.

ALTHOUGH  CLASSES  WILL  RESUME  THIS  MORNING  AT  GAVILAN  VIEW  MIDDLE  SCHOOL  IN  SALINAS,  THERE  IS  A  BOIL  WATER  ORDER  IN  THE  AREA  OF  THE  SCHOOL.  THAT  AFTER  A  WATER  MAIN  BREAK  OCCURRED  NEAR  THE  SCHOOL  YESTERDAY.   BECAUSE  OF  THE  BOIL  WATER  ORDER,  THE  WATER  FOUNTAINS  IN  THE  SCHOOL  HAVE  BEEN  SEALED-OFF.  BOTTLED  WATER  WILL  BE  PROVIDED  TO  GAVILAN  VIEW  STUDENTS.    ALTHOUGH  THEIR  RESTROOMS  WILL  BE  OPEN,  HAND  WASHING  STATIONS  WILL  BE  SET  UP. 

THE  BOIL  WATER ADVISORY  ALSO  INCLUDES CUSTOMERS FROM 375 TO 485 SAN JUAN GRADE ROAD; AT THE CLUB AT CRAZY HORSE RANCH; AND IN COUNTRY CLUB MEADOWS (BEAR CREEK COURT, AUGUSTA DRIVE, AUGUSTA CIRCLE, AUGUSTA COURT, PINEHURST LANE, AND TAM O’SHANTER DRIVE).

CAL WATER SAYS THE BOIL WATER ADVISORY AT THE SCHOOL WILL STAY IN PLACE UNTIL TEST RESULTS CONFIRM WATER QUALITY WAS NOT IMPACTED BY THE WATER MAIN BREAK

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Police say report of man threatening people was false 09-19-18 20:05

Santa Cruz Police say a call reporting a man threatening people with a gun turned out to be a false report.

The incident at a house in the 100 block of Ocean Street occurred about 4:40 Wednesday afternoon. Police blocked off Ocean Street and after screams were heard ordered everyone inside the house to come out. Police then entered and searched the home. One person was reportedly placed on a mental health hold. There were no injuries and no weapon was found. The 911 call is now being treated as a false report to police. Ocean St. was reopened shortly before 6 PM.

 

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