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LA TIENDITA ROBBERY- 09-08-14 7:00 SG

A WATSONVILLE MAN WAS HOSPITALIZED FOLLOWING AN ARMED ROBBERY LAST NIGHT (SUN).    OFFICIALS SAY TWO SUSPECTS ENTERED LA TIENDITA MARKET ON THE 600 BLOCK OF RODRIGUEZ STREET AROUND 9.     THE TWO MEN ASSAULTED THE STORE’S CLERK WITH A BAT BEFORE TAKING AN UNDISCLOSED AMOUNT OF CASH.    ARRIVING OFFICERS FOUND THE 32-YEAR OLD VICTIM WITH HEAD INJURIES.    HE WAS TRANSPORTED TO A BAY AREA TRAUMA CENTER FOR TREATMENT.    THE SUSPECTS HAVE BEEN DESCRIBED AS HISPANIC, THIN, IN THEIR LATE TEENS TO EARLY TWENTIES, AND AROUND 5'5''.    ANYONE WITH INFORMATION IS URGED TO CONTACT THE WATSONVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT.

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SC GREY BEARS FIRE- 9/7/14-2256-PMD

 

A FIRE DESTROYED THE GREY BEARS THRIFT STORE IN THE LIVE OAK AREA OF SANTA CRUZ, SUNDAY.   AT AROUND 1:30 P-M FIRE FIGHTERS WERE CALLED TO 27-HUNDRED BLOCK OF CHANTICLEER AVENUE TO FIND THE BUILDING ENGULFED IN FLAMES. THE BLAZE WAS EXTINGUISHED BUT THE STRUCTURE IS BEING CALLED A TOTAL LOSS. FIRE OFFICIALS SAY THE FIRE STARTED IN A NEARBY WORKSHOP AND SPREAD TO THE THRIFT SHOP. GREY BEARS SUPPORTS SEVERAL CHARITIES THROUGH ITS RECYCLING AND SECONDHAND STORE. THE ORGANIZATION ALSO PROVIDES BROWN BAG LUNCHES TO SENIORS, AND SAYS THE LUNCHES WILL CONTINUE UNINTERRUPTED, THE CAUSE OF THE FIRE IS UNDER INVESTIGATION

 

 

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WATSONVILLE STABBING- 9/7/14-2245-PMD

 

 

A WATSONVILLE MAN WAS STABBED DURING A FIGHT LATE SATURDAY NIGHT. POLICE SAY THE VICTIM WAS BEING TREATED AT WATSONVILLE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL FOR NON-LIFE THREATENING STAB WOUNDS TO THE TORSO AND HANDS. AN INITIAL INTERVIEW OF THE VICTIM, DESCRIBED AS BEING IN HIS 50’S, LED INVESTIGATORS TO BELIEVE THE FIGHT WAS OVER A WOMAN, AND THAT THE VICTIM KNOWS HIS ATTACKER. OFFICERS ARE INVESTIGATING LEADS TO IDENTIFY AND ARREST THE SUSPECT.

 

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SC LUGGAGE THIEF -9/7/14-1730-PMD

 

 

SANTA CRUZ POLICE ARE SEARCHING FOR A LUGGAGE THIEF. THE INCIDENT TOOK PLACE ON WEDNESDAY, WHEN A MAN ACTIVATED A MOTION DETECTOR SURVEILLANCE CAMERA WHILE STEALING LUGGAGE FROM A BACKYARD ON THE 2-HUNDRED BLOCK OF MAIN STREET. THE STOLEN ITEMS WERE RECOVERED A FEW BLOCKS AWAY. THE SUSPECT IS DESCRIBED AS A WHITE MALE, WITH BLOND HAIR, UNSHAVEN, WITH A BLACK CAP WITH AN L-A INSIGNIA, WEARING A BLUE BACK PACK WITH BLACK STRAPS. ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE SANTA CRUZ POLICE DEPARTMENT.

 

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PRISONERS DONATE TO SPCA 9/6/14-2215-PMD

INMATES PARTICIPATING IN A PROGRAM AT SALINAS VALLEY STATE PRISON HAVE MADE A DONATION TO THE S-P-C-A. THE FREEDOM WITHIN PRISON PROJECT SHOWS INMATES HOW TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR CHANGING THEIR THOUGHTS AND ACTIONS THROUGH POSITIVE ACCOMPLISHMENTS. RECENTLY THE PROGRAM RAISED AND DONATED 3,500 DOLLARS TO THE MONTEREY COUNTY S-P-C-A TO BE USED FOR FUNDING A PROGRAM THAT HELPS AT RISK YOUTHS. THE TAKE THE LEAD PROGRAM PAIRS THE YOUTHS WITH UNTRAINED SHELTER DOGS TO DEVELOP LEADERSHIP AND RELATIONSHIP SKILLS.

 

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