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TRIAL SET FOR PEBBLE BEACH DUI DRIVE-R 07-17-14 9:00 SG

A PEBBLE BEACH MAN ACCUSED OF MANSLAUGHTER HAS BEEN SCHEDULED FOR TRIAL.     30-YEAR-OLD STUART ELDER WAS DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE LAST YEAR WHEN HE CRASHED INTO AN ONCOMING VEHICLE.    DRIVER 72-YEAR-OLD SHARON DALY AND PASSENGER 65-YEAR-OLD LINDA LA-RONE WERE PRONOUNCED DEAD AT THE SCENE.    ELDER’S TRIAL HAS BEEN SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 26TH.     HE FACES 15 YEARS IN PRISON IF CONVICTED.

 

 

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SALINAS FAMILY FILES FEDERAL SUIT- 07-17-14 7:30 SG

A SALINAS FAMILY HAS FILED A FEDERAL LAWSUIT AFTER POLICE RAIDED THEIR HOME LAST YEAR.     MARTHA AND ALBERTO ALVARADO ALLEGE OFFICERS USED EXCESSIVE FORCE WHEN THEY WRONGFULLY RAIDED THEIR HOME SEARCHING FOR A SUSPECT WHO LIVED NEXT DOOR.    THE SUIT CLAIMS LAW ENFORCEMENT REMAINED IN THEIR HOME FOR HOURS, KEEPING THEM HANDCUFFED AND DAMAGING THEIR PROPERTY.      THE ALVARADOS ARE SEEKING COMPENSATION FOR DAMAGES AS WELL AS PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL DISTRESS.

 

 

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SAN JUAN BAUTISTA WATER ISSUE- 07-17-14 7:00 SG

THE SAN JUAN BAUTISTA CITY COUNCIL MET THIS WEEK TO ADDRESS THE ISSUE OF CONTAMINATED WATER.     OFFICIALS SAY A PLAN HAS BEEN SENT TO THE COUNTY’S HEALTH DEPARTMENT TO BUILD A NEW WELL AND INSTALL A FILTRATION SYSTEM TO RID THE WATER OF NITRATES.     THE CONTAMINATION HAS BEEN LINKED TO THE DROUGHT.     THE PROJECT, IF APPROVED, WOULD BE FINISHED IN OCTOBER.

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JUDGE RULES AGAINST CA DEATH PENALTY- 07-17-14 6:30 SG

A FEDERAL JUDGE HAS RULED AGAINST THE CALIFORNIA DEATH PENALTY.     U-S DISTRICT COURT JUDGE CORMAC J. CARNEY PRONOUNCED THE PUNISHMENT UNCONSTITUTIONAL DURING THE RULING MADE YESTERDAY (WED).    CARNEY EXPLAINED THE DEATH PENALTY SYSTEM IS UNDER-DEVELOPED, WHERE RANDOM FACTORS DECIDE WHETHER A PRISONER IS EXECUTED.

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MOM AND DAUGHTER ARRESTED - 07/16/14 3:39 S.S.

2 WOMEN WERE ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF DRIVING A STOLEN CAR, AND SUSPICION OF POSSESSING STOLEN PROPERTY. 43 YEAR-OLD MICHELLE MALAT, AND HER 18 YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER, WERE BOOKED INTO SANTA CRUZ COUNTY JAIL. THE 2 DOGS IN THE CAR WERE TAKEN BY ANIMAL CONTROL. THE DAUGHTER SAID SHE HAD PURCHASED THE CAR IN WATSONVILLE FOR 500 DOLLARS, NO TITLE, NO QUESTIONS ASKED. THE STOLEN CAR WILL BE RETURNED TO ITS RIGHTFUL OWNER.

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