SALINAS POLICE OFFICERS RESPONDED TO A 10:30 A.M. CALL YESTERDAY, OF AN INDIVIDUAL TRYING TO CASH A FRAUDULENT CHECK AT A BANK INSIDE A GROCERY STORE WHICH IS LOCATED ON NORTH MAIN STREET IN SALINAS. WHEN OFFICERS ARRIVED ON THE SCENE AND TRIED TO CONTACT THE SUSPECT, HE IMMEDIATELY TOOK A FIGHTING STANCE BEFORE TURNING TO RUN. THE SUSPECT (LATER IDENTIFIED AS CAIN GARCIA) WAS TASED, BUT STILL DID NOT FULLY COMPLY. A HELPFUL BYSTANDER ASSISTED THE OFFICERS IN TAKING GARCIA INTO CUSTODY, AND HE WAS BOOKED INTO MONTEREY COUNTY JAIL.
THE BODY OF A PERSON WAS FOUND THIS AFTERNOON IN
FELTON. THE DISCOVERY WAS MADE AROUND 3:30 P.M. IN THE 100
BLOCK OF KIRBY STREET. THE CAUSE OF DEATH HAS NOT YET
SAFEWAY IS HOLDING A DESIGN WORKSHOP TONIGHT AT 7 P.M. TO HEAR APTOS RESIDENTS, SHOPPERS, AND STORE OWNERS' CONCERNS ABOUT THE COMPANY'S PLANNED EXPANSION OF THEIR APTOS FACILITY. THE PLANS ARE TO TRANSFORM IT'S CURRENT 150 THOUSAND SQUARE FOOT STORE (AT THE NORTH END OF THE PARKING LOT) INTO A PARTIALLY 2-STORY 174 THOUSAND SQUARE FOOT STORE AT THE SOUTH END. THE COMPANY PLANS TO EMULATE THE WESTSIDE SANTA CRUZ SAFEWAY MEGASTORE (THAT IS LOCATED IN THE ALMAR CENTER),. TONIGHT'S 7 P.M. MEETING IS SCHEDULED TO BE HELD AT THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FOR SANTA CRUZ COUNTY FACILITY (ACROSS FROM THE RANCH DEL MAR SHOPPING CENTER ON SOQUEL DRIVE IN APTOS).
FIREFIGHTERS RESPONDING TO WHAT THEY BELIEVED WAS A MAN HAVING A SEIZURE IN THE PRODUCE AISLE OF A SAN JOSE GROCERY STORE, INSTEAD FOUND THE CITY’S 32nd HOMICIDE FOR 2012. THE VICTIM WAS A MAN IN HIS EARLY 20’s. HE WAS FOUND BY TWO SHOPPERS, WHO SAID HE WAS BLEEDING FROM HIS NECK AND UPPER CHEST. HE WAS PRONOUNCED DEAD AT THE SCENE.
THIS BRINGS SAN JOSE CLOSE TO A 15-YEAR HIGH FOR HOMICIDES.
Two men were arrested in Gonzales last night after they were discovered attempting to poach animals. 41-year-old Keith Wade Lane of Arizona, and 48-year-old Michael Panziera stopped in a remote area on Limekiln Road, where they were spotted by Monterey County Sheriff’s deputies. The deputies approached the stopped vehicle to perform a search, and found the car to be unregistered. Inside the vehicle officers found a fully loaded .223 caliber rifle and a .22 caliber rifle, as well as additional ammunition and a high intensity spotlight. It was determined that Lane and Panziera were intending to poach animals. Both men were charged with fish and game, firearm, and vehicle code violations.
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