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3 PLEAD GUILTY TO FRAUD - 11/13/13 18:30 S.S.

3  SALINAS  RESIDENTS HAVE  PLEADED  GUILTY  TO  COMMITTING  MEDI-CAL  FRAUD.    IRMA  AND  SARA  MARTINEZ,  AND  MICHAEL  CARILLO,  WERE  BOOKED  INTO  MONTEREY  COUNTY  JAIL.     THEY  ARE  SCHEDULED  TO  BE  SENTENCED  JANUARY  28TH,  AND  ARE  EXPECTED  TO  BE  REQUIRED  TO  PAY  RESTITUTION,   AS  WELL  AS  FACING  A  MAXIMUM  OF  5  YEARS  IN  STATE  PRISON.  

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MAN KILLED IN ACC IDENTIFIED - 11/13/13 18:02 S.S.

A  MAN,  WO  WAS  KILLED  IN  A  MULTIPLE  VEHICLE  ACCIDENT N  SALINAS  LATE  LAST MONTH,  HAS  BEEN  IDENTIFIED.    53  YEAR-OLD  JOHN  ALVIN  COATES  WAS  DECLARED  DEAD  AT  THE  SCENE  OF  THE  OCTOBER  30TH  ACCIDENT  ON  ABBOT  STREET.     COATES  WAS  REPORTEDLY  CROSSING  THE  STREET  WHEN  HE  WAS  HIT BY  2  VEHICLES.

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S V HOME DAMAGED BY FIRE 11/13/13 1730 S.S.

A  SCOTTS  VALLEY  HOME  WAS  DAMAGED  BY  FIRE  TODAY.   THE  2-ALARM  BLAZE  WAS  CALLED  IN  AROUND  NOON,  AFTER  A  FIRE  BROKE  OUT  IN  A  HOME  ON  TERRACE  VIEW  COURT.   THE  COUPLE  WHO  LIVE  THERE  WERE  HOME,   AND  THEY  WERE  ABLE  TO  EVACUATE  SAFELY.    ALTHOUGH  FIREFIGHTERS  WERE  ABLE  TO  KEEP  THE  FIRE  FROM  SPREADING  TO  OTHER  HOMES,      THEY  SAID  THE  ROOF2ND  FLOOR,  AND  THE  BACK  DECK  OF  THE  HOME  WERE  NOT  SALVAGEABLE.  

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Monterey 2010 Fatal Stabbing 11-13-13 12:30 av

A Monterey man has been convicted of first degree murder after a fatal stabbing 3-years ago.    24-year old James Torrey Hill was found guilty after stabbing Matthew Paul Finnigan in the back with a 5-and-a-half-inch carving knife at Hill’s Cassanova Avenue apartment on September 22nd 2010.  Hill pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity, but a jury found him legally sane when he murdered Finnigan.   Hill will be sentenced on January 8th when he faces 26-years-to-life in prison. 

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Northern Bay Area Earthquake 11-13-13 12:00 av

A minor earthquake struck the East Bay around 9:30 this morning.   According to The u.s. Geological Survey the quake registered 3.4 on the richter scale, and was centered about 1-mile northeast of San Ramon and had a depth of about 7 miles.  There were reports of people feeling the quake around the Danville, Dublinareas along with Alameda County and Oakland, but no reports of injuries or damages.   In addition, there were two other smaller quakes that occurred within minutes of each other yesterday afternoon that were also centered in San Ramon.

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