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Man Tazed, Arrested (S.V.) 10/20/10 5:15pm TDH

A man who attacked another motorist with a machete this afternoon in Scotts Valley, was arrested after being tazed by nearby C-H-P officers.   The confrontation in the road-rage incident happened in the parking lot at Victor Square.   Highway patrol officers who were having lunch at the shopping center responded, and tazed the man after he had slashed the other driver in the leg with the machete.   The victim was bleeding, however the wounds are described as minor.

 

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Ladder Accident, B.C. 10/20/10 5pm TDH

A 59-year-old man was airlifted to an out of county trauma center this afternoon, after falling off of a ladder in the Boulder Creek area.   According to 9-1-1 dispatchers, the man fell just before 4 p.m., on the 1-hundred block of Hubbard Gulch Road.   There is no word on the extent of his injuries, but responders deemed them serious enough to request an air-ambulance.

 

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Bottle Caps Targeted at Cleanup 10/20/10 4:30pm TDH

 The organization Save Our Shores has announced that a group of 4th graders helped remove 8-pounds of trash from Santa Cruz beaches this month.   The group of students from Gault Elementary School, who are part of the ocean protectors program, collected the waste to help protect the ocean, and also to draw attention to the littering of plastic-bottle caps.   Loose plastic bottle caps can be mistaken as food by animals and eaten, causing them to eventually starve to death.  The students collected about 2-hundred of the bottle caps in a single day, at Santa Cruz’s Seabright Beach.

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Wilder Ranch Burns Delayed 10/20/10 3:45pm TDH

State officials have announced plans to conduct a series of controlled burns at wilder ranch state park.   About 6-hundred acres are scheduled to be burned, the burns were scheduled to start today, however weather conditions forced officials to re-schedule the operations, and they could be conducted next week, if conditions allow.

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PRUNEDALE BURGLARY SUSPECT SHOT 10-20-10 10:10 a.v.

A man suffered a gunshot wound to his leg after attempting to burglarize a Prunedale home yesterday. Monterey County Sheriff’s Deputies say Craig Bowers tried breaking into the home at around 10 p.m. when the home’s occupant was armed with a gun and ordered Bowers to get out of the house. Bowers reportedly continued to approach the man, who then fired his gun towards the victim. Bowers fled the scene and was later found by deputies at a Gilroy hospital.

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