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Wanted Car Theft Still Being Sought 10-15-13 12:30 av

A man wanted for car jacking and vehicle theft, is still being sought in Santa Cruz County.   Authorities are looking for 29-year old Nathan Jared Anderson after he was last seen today driving a blue 1995 Honda Civic, License Plate number 3KKF716.  Anderson is a suspect in a Watsonville carjacking that took place last Wednesday on Riverside Road after a black two-door 2011 Honda was taken from a woman.   A CHP officer tried to pull Anderson over Sunday afternoon when he was driving a black Nissan Sentra on Freedom Boulevard at a high rate of speed.  He continued to evade the officer until the chase was called off for alleged safety reasons.  Officials say Anderson is known for stealing several makes of cars, but prefers Hondas.

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Castroville Affordable Housing Unveiling 10-15-13 11:30 av

A new Monterey County affordable housing development is slated to be unveiled this week.   The Sea Garden Apartments in Castroville will hold it’s grand opening at 11 a.m. this Friday at 10-603 Axell Street.   The development is said to exceed state standards for green construction.  The project features 59-family apartments, a community room, a patio, a playground and a garden.  The apartments were built through a partnership between Monterey County and the Community Housing Improvement Systems and Planning Association.  

 

 

 

 

A new Monterey County affordable housing development is slated to be unveiled this week.   The Sea Garden Apartments in Castroville will hold it’s grand opening at 11 a.m. this Friday at 10-603 Axell Street.   The development exceeds state standards for green construction and features 59-family apartments, a community room, a patio, a playground and a garden.  The apartments were built through a partnership between Monterey County and the Community Housing Improvement Systems and Planning Association.  

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Former Fort Ord Prescribed Burn/Day 2 10-15-13 10:30 av

A prescribed burn got under way this morning near Seaside, the second controlled burn on the former Fort Ord this week.   The fire started at 9:30 a.m. and is expected to burn roughly 341-acres.    Today’s burn comes after the former military base conducted a four hour burn yesterday on 327-acres.   Officials say the burn helps to clear vegetation so that workers can safely remove unexploded munitions and explosives from the area.   Warnings have been issued to those with health problems to close windows during the burn and to remain indoors and limit physical activity.    Today’s burn is expected to take a few hours.   South Boundary Road and Rancho Saucito have been closed during burn operations.

2 p.m. - update  

This burn has reportedly jumped its containment line. As a result of that, and as a precaution, York school has been evacuated.

 

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Salinas Elderly Couple Robbery 10-15-13 09:30 av

Two Hispanic men in their late 20s are being sought after an elderly couple was robbed at gunpoint early this morning in Salinas.   The couple was confronted by the suspects around 1:30 a.m. near their residence on the 700-block of East Romie Lane, when one of the men pointed a gun at the victims and demanded money.   Police say the second suspect punched the 66-year old male victim after he said he had no money, while the first suspect grabbed the purse from the 69-year old female victim before they fled on foot.   A fake firearm was found after police believe one of the suspects dropped it when they bumped into a parked car.  

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Crazy Horse Canyon Interchange Opens Today 10-15-13 07:30 av

Beginning today, the new Crazy Horse Canyon Road Interchange in Monterey County opens to traffic.   A ribbon cutting ceremony was held yesterday signaling the completion of work, that will now allow motorists on Highway 101 to exit and enter at Crazy Horse Canyon and Echo Valley Roads without making left turns across traffic.   Barriers were installed yesterday to eliminate left hand turns across the Highway at those areas.   The Crazy Horse Canyon Interchange Project is part of the overall Prunedale Improvement Project, which is roughly 80% complete.

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