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2 men suffered non-life threatening stab wounds during an alleged gang-related attack in Monterey yesterday. The victims, 18-year old Salinas resident Rafael Villegas, and 19-year old Seaside resident Jesse Salgado, were walking near Casa Verde Way and Encina Avenue at around 10:30 last night when they were confronted by a man who stabbed them. Villegas suffered injuries to his face and left arm while Salgado sustained injuries to his torso. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Monterey County Sheriff’s Department.


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CSUMB RANKED 8TH FOR DRUG USE 12-14-10 18:00 a.v.

California State Monterey Bay was ranked 8th on a list released this week of the 50 top drug-laden colleges in the country. The college received a “C” grade for drug use from a website where the new findings were released from. According to the website, The Daily Beast, there were 51-drug law violation arrests pm the C-S-U-M-B campus in 2009. The website’s rankings were based on 3-factors including the percentage of drug use statewide, the number on campus arrests for drug violations, and the grades students themselves gave their school.

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S.C.P.D KICKS OFF NEW VOLUNTEER PROG. 12-14-10 17:30 a.v.

The Santa Cruz Police Department announced yesterday a new volunteer program designed to increase public engagement. Volunteers of the program, will be trained on tasks including representing the department at community events, keeping maintenance vehicle reports and preparing a mobile command center. Newly sworn in Police Chief, Kevin Vogel says the program, which is a cornerstone of the Revived Community Service division, will be a go-to place for resolving neighborhood dilemmas. Prospective volunteers must submit to a background check and must be 18 years of age.


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SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE FOUND IN S.C. – updated 12-14-10 17:00 a.v.

A suspicious package found this morning in Santa Cruz in front of the home of a Santa Cruz District Attorney, caused surrounding streets to be closed for several hours along with an investigation by the bomb squad. District Attorney Bob Lee discovered the package, which was wrapped in a grocery bag, on top of his truck at around 8 a.m on the 200 block of Chilverton Street.. The bomb squad spent over 3 hours investigating the package which contained a 2-page letter and a book. The letter reportedly referred to a restraining order one of Lee’s assistant district attorney’s recently retained.


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A lock-down placed on 2 Greenfield Schools this morning was canceled after a manhunt for an armed suspect was called off. Greenfield Police Officers went door-to-door in the area of Scott Circle and Heidi Street just before 11 a.m. searching for a gang member who brandished a handgun after he was approached by an officer. Vista Verde Middle School and Greenfield High School were on lock-down for an hour and a half prior to law enforcement officers ending their search. No shots were fired, no injuries were and no arrests were made. The lock-down was lifted as of 12:20 p.m.

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