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June 16, 2016:Salinas Predator Stalking Schools

(18:41) SALINAS- Salinas police are investigating multiple reports of a man approaching teenage girls. Authorities say in recent months there have been six reported incidents of a 20 to 30 year old light skinned male, contacting girls near schools. The man attempts to lure the teens into a vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Salinas police.

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June 16, 2016:Sex Offendor Arrested

(17:22) SALINAS- Salinas police arrested a registered sex offender yesterday (Thursday). A multi agency investigation determined that 27 year old Jonathon Michael Busby had used an internet site to pose as a 13 year old boy to communicate with a 15 year old girl with the intent to offend. Busby was taken into custody at his residence on the 400 block of Boeing Avenue and booked into county jail.

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June 16, 2016: Salinas Arrest

(16:53) SALINAS- A Salinas man has been arrested on drug and weapons charges. Authorities say that shortly after 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday a patrol unit stopped a vehicle with no license plates on the 400 block of Riker Street. Officers observed the smell of marijuana and narcotics on the console, a subsequent search of the uncovered 3 ounces of methamphetamine. The driver 38 year old Damien Tapia was booked into county jail. During a search of Tapia’s home police seized cocaine and several weapons.

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June 16, 2016: Installation Project at Valencia Elementary School

(08:46) APTOS – An installation project is expected to cause traffic delays near a school in Aptos this week. Starting Friday, crews will be installing speed radars and flashing beacon systems at Valencia Elementary School between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. As a result, Trout Gulch and Valencia roads will be subject to delays with potential lane closures. Motorists are being asked to avoid the area, if possible, or be prepared for delays of up to 15 minutes. The project is expected to be finished by Tuesday. (S.G.)

 

 

 

 

 

June 16, 2016: Caltrans Survey Reveals Littering and Polluting Behaviors on State’s Roadways

(08:28) CALIFORNIA – Caltrans has released a study that shows nearly half of all motorists admit to littering along the state’s roadways. According to the study, one in five motorists says they have intentionally dumped something on the side of the highway. An additional 6 percent of motorists admitted that they fail to pick up after their pets along the highway. The survey was conducted by Consumer Quest Research as part of Caltrans’s “Protect Every Drop” campaign, which is aiming to change the behavior of Californians in a way that leads to improved water quality. The purpose of the study was to measure drivers’ awareness and attitudes when it comes to maintaining clean highways for the purposes of clean waterways. (S.G.)