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Abandoned Home Fire 12/13/17B 17:43 S.S.

A  small  Soledad  home,  that  had  been  red-tagged,  suffered  fire  damage  this  morning,  after  a  couple  of  transients  reportedly started  an  illegal  warming  fire  inside  it.    The abandoned  home  is  on  Nestles  Road  near  the  Food  Co.  No  one  was  inside  the  home when  firefighters  arrived,  but  there  were  signs  that  people  had  been  crashing  there.   Property  owners  are  reminded  to  secure  their  unused  and  vacant  structures  (against  trespassers  who  may  be  seeking  shelter  from  the  colder  weather). 

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Missing Person Located     12-13-17      T.A.  

(09:05) Santa Cruz County - The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Department reported that a missing person has been located.    75 year-old Alice Magpie was reported missing at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, after she never arrived after destination in the Live Oak area.  Magpie was found yesterday and reunited with her family. 


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Sip and Shop      12-13-17         T.A.  

(08:00) Santa Cruz - A fundraiser for the Santa Cruz Education Foundation will be held tomorrow evening.   The event will have complimentary wine and a raffle.   20 percent of all sales during the event and online will be donated to the education foundation.   The fundraiser will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Artisans Gallery, located at 1368 Pacific Avenue, in Downtown Santa Cruz.

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Man Arrested for attempted Murder   12-13-17      T.A.

(07:25) Soledad - A man was arrested yesterday for an attempted homicide in Soledad.  The incident took place at 11:30 a.m. on Vosti Avenue.  The victim was sitting in his car when 37 year-old Arturo Calderon fired several rounds into the vehicle.  A brief stand-off took place when Caledron barricaded himself inside an occupied home on Vosti Avenue.  Calderon was booked into the Monterey County Jail for attempted murder, parole violation, and discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle.   The victim was uninjured. 


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