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MARINA RASH OF VEHICLE BREAK-INS 10-05-10 17:30 a.v.

Police in Marina are asking for the public’s help in locating those responsible for a rash of vehicle break-ins last month in the city. Police announced yesterday that 16-vehicles were broken into between September 27th through the 30th by suspects who smashed the vehicle’s windows and reportedly stole loose items found inside the cars. The break-ins all occurred on the South side of the city between Reservation Road and Reindollar Avenue and between Bayer and Messenger Drives during early morning hours.

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CABRILLO APPROVES GREEN TECH CTR. 10-05-10 17:00 a.v.

Cabrillo College board members unanimously approved a construction bid for a planned Green Technology Center in Watsonville. Yesterday's approval comes after the total cost of the bid for the 14,000 square foot student education center was cut. Board members approved the 6.8 million dollar project after identifying $500,000 in cost-cutting measures. The new Green Technology Center, which will be used to educate students on the practices of green building, will be built on the site of the old Watsonville Library on Union Street.

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APTOS DUI ARREST 10-05-10 16:30 a.v.

A 55-year old Santa Cruz man was arrested after leading a CHP officer on a car chase in Aptos yesterday. The officer attempted to pull over Norman Leon Santos near Freedom Boulevard after he was weaving in and out of lanes on Southbound Highway-1. Santos, who was eventually pulled over just North of Elkhorn Slough, was arrested just before noon and was booked into Santa Cruz County Jail on charges of failing to yield and driving under the influence of drugs.

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MONTEREY TRAVELODGE ARREST 10-05-10 16:00 a.v.

A Pebble Beach man was arrested at a Monterey Hotel early this morning on suspicion of possessing a destructive device and outstanding warrants. Police responded to a report of a person sleeping in their vehicle at the Travelodge Hotel in the 2,000 block of North Fremont Street just after midnight. A bomb squad was called to the scene around 2 a.m. after a U.S. World War 2 hand grenade was discovered inside the man’s car. As a result, guests staying at the hotel were evacuated, meanwhile 48-year old Joseph Martin Beverding was booked into Monterey County Jail.

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BLUE WHALE INVESTIGATIONS 10-05-10 15:45 a.v.

Investigations into the death of a pregnant whale were set to begin Monday after it and a whale fetus were found over the weekend on a beach about 35 miles north of Santa Cruz. Researchers from U.C. Santa Cruz, U.C.S.C’s Long Marine Lab and the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito are working to determine what caused the 80-feet long, 75-ton blue whale and it’s 17-foot whale fetus to wash ashore Bean Hollow State Beach. Researchers, who speculate the whale died 4 to 5 days ago, say the whale will not be moved until samples have been taken.

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