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Counselor Convicted-10/5/17-1756-PMD

The owner of a Monterey County counseling center for domestic violence has been convicted of several felonies. Earlier this week 56 year old Mark Crout, owner of Tri-County Counseling, pled guilty to three counts of falsifying documents. The charges are in connection with certifying that domestic violence referrals attended sessions that they had paid for but failed to show up for. Crout is expected to be sentenced to felony probation.


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Salinas 101 Car Fire-10/5/17-1643-PMD

A car fire slowed Highway 101 traffic through Salinas yesterday (Thurs). Fire crews responded to a report of a vehicle fully engulfed in flame shortly before noon near the southbound Highway 101 Airport Boulevard off ramp. The fire was fully extinguished by 12:30 p.m. No injuries have been reported.




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Santa Cruz Hep A Outbreak-10/5/17-1648-pmd

A Santa Cruz County Hepatitis A out break could take up to two years to subside. The outbreak of the disease is concentrated in three counties. San Diego, Los Angeles and Santa Cruz and is transmitting through the homeless populations. Hepatitis A is highly contagious and damages the liver. Health officials believe more infections are likely before the outbreak is under control.

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Gun shop burglarized-update-10/5/17-1510-pmd

Watsonville police deployed the swat team to investigate a GUN SHOP BURGLARY.   the break in and burglary was reported shortly before 6 am on wednesday. The swat team was called in to make sure the premises was clear. A school and training center were closed during the operation. an all clear was issued at 430 p.m. the number and types of weapons stolen is being investigated.


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Town Hall Meetings       10-05-17    T.A.

(07:50) Santa Cruz County - The Santa Cruz Police Department announced they will host a series of town hall meetings this month in Santa Cruz County.   The meetings were created to discuss chronic problems and to engage in the problem solving process.   5 meetings are scheduled to take place through out the month.  The first meeting is scheduled on Monday from 6 to 7 p.m. at 1000 high street in Santa Cruz.   If community members are unable to attend the meetings questions, concerns and ideas can be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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