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September 25, 2015: Man Found Concealing Stolen Motorcycle in Live Oak

(08:01) LIVE OAK - A man was arrested in Live Oak on Thursday for theft. Deputies were patrolling in the area of Chanticleer Avenue and Harper Street when they found a stolen motorcycle concealed in the bed of a pick up truck. The vehicle was parked by a residence occupied by of 33-year-old Forrest Leighton Brownton. Deputies determined that Brownton was wanted for a felony warrant. He was apprehended and booked into county jail. (S.G.)

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September 25, 2015: Seaside Man Found Guilty of Domestic Violence

(07:40) MONTEREY COUNTY - A Seaside man has been convicted on multiple charges of domestic violence. 56-year-old Lassell Prince Stevens Jr. was arrested in June after beating and strangling his girlfriend. This week, Stevens was found guilty of inflicting bodily injury on a cohabitant, assault, and four counts of violating an emergency protective order. He faces up to four years in prison when he is sentenced November 10. (S.G.)


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September 25, 2015: Palo Alto Medical Foundation to Offer Flu Shots in Santa Cruz County

(07:28) SANTA CRUZ COUNTY - The Palo Alto Medical Foundation will soon be offering flu vaccines at its clinics throughout Santa Cruz County. On Sunday, the hospital will be offering the updated vaccine at its Main Clinic in Santa Cruz between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. By October 7th, the shot will be offered Mondays in Westside Santa Cruz, Tuesdays in Watsonville, Wednesdays in Aptos, Thursdays in Scotts Valley, and Fridays at the Main Clinic. Drop-in hours will be between 4 and 7 p.m. The clinics will be closed for the holidays and resume January 4th. (S.G.)

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  • The hospital really takes the responsibility of protecting the people around Santa Cruz. But, as far as it is concerned to me, consuming unnecessarily such vaccines might produce after effects in people. As we know that people may or may not have strength to adapt with the reaction of the medicine, ...
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September 25, 2015: Monterey County Sheriff’s Office Focusing on Jail

(06:45) MONTEREY COUNTY - The Monterey County Sheriff’s Office is making adjustments to improve the management of the county jail. The facility is currently overpopulated, exceeding its maximum capacity of 825 inmates.  In response, the Sheriff’s Office is planning to shift resources and send 18 deputies to work at the jail. The change may impact the response time to low priority calls for service. (S.G.)


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