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DOG RESCUE 12/29/13 1208 GE

AROUND 6:OO A-M LAST THURSDAY, RESIDENTS ON THE 9000 BLOCK OF MILL STREET IN BEN LOMOND, HEARD A DOG CRYING FOR HELP. ONE RESIDENT CHECKED OUT THE SOURCE AND FOUND A BLACK LAB RETRIEVER STRANDED ON A SMALL PIECE OF LAND IN THE SAN LORENZO RIVER. SANTA CRUZ COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES WAS CALLED IN `TO FIGURE OUT A WAY OF RESCUING THE DOG BY USING A BOAT. JAKE LANGDON, A LOCAL RESIDENT AND FISHERMAN, CAME UP WITH A SIMPLER SOLUTION. HE GRABBED SOME HOTDOGS, DONNED A PAIR OF WADERS, AND WALKED OUT INTO THE WAIST DEEP WATER. HE LURED THE DOG WITH THE FOOD, PUT ON A LEASH AND LED THE ANIMAL TO SHORE. THE DOG WAS THEN TAKEN TO THE ANIMAL SHELTER, DEEMED TO BE HEALTHY, AND WAS THEN REUNITED WITH ITS OWNERS.

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FREEDOM VFW R’BBED-12/29/13-938-PMD

A CASE OF 10,  M-1 GARRAND RIFLES WAS STOLEN FROM VFW POST 1716 IN FREEDOM.  THE THEFT OF THE CASE OF GUNS, WHICH WEIGHS ABOUT 700 POUNDS HAPPENED SOMETIME BEFORE LAST WEEK,    WHEN THE THEFT WAS DISCOVERED BECAUSE THE RIFLES WERE TO BE  USED IN THE 21 GUN FAREWELL SALUTE AT A FELTON VETERAN’S FUNERAL.   UNTIL THE POST CAN REPLACE THE RIFLES THEY HAVE TO BORROW FROM OTHER VFW POSTS TO GIVE VETERANS THEIR RIGHTFUL SEND OFFS.

 

 

 

 

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SAT MRNG SHTNG SLNS-12/29/13-838-PMD

A SATURDAY MORNING SHOOTING BECAME SALINAS’S 26TH HOMICIDE OF THE YEAR.  POLICE ARRIVED ON THE CORNER OF McKINNIN STREET AND BORONDA ROAD SHORTLY BEFORE NOON, TO FIND A 24-YEAR OLD VICTIM MORTALLY WOUNDED.   THE VICTIM DIED AT THE SCENE AND INESTIGATORS CLOSED OFF THE AREA.    WITNESS INTERVIEWS LED TO THE APPREHENSION OF THE SUSPECT VEHICLE AT THE INTERSECTION OF MAIN AND CURTIS STREETS AND 3 SUSPECTS WERE DETAINED AS PART OF THE ONGOING HOMICE INVESTIGATION.

 

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Corralitos Home Fire 12-27-13 10:00 av

A Corralitos home sustained some damage after a fire broke out early yesterday morning.   Firefighters arrived to the home on the 100-block of Eureka Canyon Road at about 1 a.m., to find part of the home’s back patio in flames.  The blaze was put out in about 30 minutes.   Officials say the family who lived in the home, were able to escape uninjured.   The cause is under investigation.  Damages were estimated at $60,000.

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