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Watsonville Man Arrested After Allegedly Stabbing Cousin- 5/12/15 09:00 S.G.

Watsonville police are investigating a stabbing that took place over the weekend. Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of Riverside Drive Sunday morning following a report of a stabbing. Police found a 28-year-old victim with non-life-threatening stab wounds to the upper chest and hand. He was transported to the hospital. The victim’s cousin, 33-year-old Serafin Bernabe, was linked to the stabbing. He was found and arrested on multiple charges, including assault with a deadly weapon. He remains in county jail in lieu of $25,000 bail.

 

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Salinas Man Convicted of Murdering Man with Shotgun- 5/12/15 08:30 S.G.

A Salinas man has been convicted of first degree murder. 36-year-old Antonio Martinez was found guilty of murdering 47-year-old Juan Pedraza in March 2014. Officials say Martinez was selling drugs to Pedraza when he pulled out a shotgun and shot him twice.  Martinez faces 25 years to life in prison when he is sentenced on June 9th. 

 

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Plane From Monterey Makes Emergency Landing at LAX- 5/12/15 08:00 S.G.

No one was injured when a plane flying from Monterey to Los Angeles made an emergency landing yesterday. The United Express jet departed Monterey Regional Ariport shortly after 7 a.m. The plane was preparing to land at LAX when the pilot discovered that the landing gear was failing to deploy. The pilot made an emergency landing on the runway without the wheels down. All 40 passengers and three crew members got off the aircraft without injury.

 

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Five Capitola Middle School Students Arrested- 5/12/15 08:00 S.G.

Five students from New Brighton Middle School were arrested yesterday for making threats and conspiracy. The seventh-graders allegedly posted threatening comments on Instagram, targeting four other students and a teacher. Capitola police interviewed all five students at their homes on Sunday. They admitted to making the threats and said it was a hoax. The Soquel School District is planning to take disciplinary action against the students.  The school was searched on Friday and reopened yesterday.

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Free Movie Night at Skypark – 05/11/15 14:23 P.S.

The community is invited to a free movie night at Skypark in Scotts Valley on Friday. Scotts Valley Recreation will have LEGO demonstrations at 6 p.m. and a showing of "Despicable Me" on the big screen at 8 p.m. Those attending are encouraged to bring blankets and outdoor chairs for lawn seating. Free popcorn will be available!  

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