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One of two men involved in a shooting with Salinas police officers over 2 weeks ago, appeared in court for the first time today. Police say 32-year old Nicholas Martinez pulled a handgun on officers during a traffic stop on the 1000 block of East Laurel Drive and fired multiple rounds at officers before being critically wounded by return fire. Martinez was released from an area hospital and is being held at the Monterey County Jail on Charges of attempted murder.


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PORTION OF HWY-1 CLOSED NEAR BIG SUR 12-29-10 12:20 a.v.

A portion of Highway-1 south of Big Sur was temporarily closed today due to mudslides and debris on the road. The northbound lane of the highway was closed to have all debris cleared after the slides occurred about 20-miles near the Esalen Institute. Caltrans officials warn travelers in the area to plan ahead for future delays during cleanup operations.


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S.C. VEHICLE THEFT ARREST 12-29-10 11:50 a.v.

A woman was arrested this week in Santa Cruz on suspicion of committing multiple crimes including vehicle theft. Mary Moreno was arrested and booked into Santa Cruz County Jail after she was pulled over in a vehicle that had been reported stolen earlier in the month. A CHP officer spotted the blue Volkswagen Golf, being driven by Moreno on Highway-1 southbound near Buena Vista Drive, when she was pulled over and arrested. Moreno and the make and model of her car were reported in the area of Trevethan and Parnell yesterday after she was seen loitering around people’s homes.



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A recent spike of gang-related graffiti this past month, has caused thousands of dollars in damages in the city of Hollister . City officials say the graffiti has been aimed at city buildings mostly covering Dunne Park, Park Hill, the Hollister Community Center and Hollister City Hall. So far, clean-up efforts have cost the city up to 15-hundred dollars per day. Officials say the work to eradicate the graffiti takes workers away from other maintenance work around city streets.


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MCO SOBRIETY CHECKPOINT 12-29-10 11:00 a.v.

A sobriety checkpoint is slated for tomorrow night somewhere in the unincorporated area of Monterey County, and is expected to last through the early morning hours on Friday. The checkpoint is an effort reduce road hazards and fatal traffic collisions. Last year the Monterey office of the C-H-P investigated 21 fatal traffic accidents which resulted in the loss of 26 lives. Police say of these collisions, 4 were caused by someone under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.


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