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DEPUTIES ON LKOUT-10/25/13-16:40-PMD

EARLIER THIS AFTERNOON (FRIDAY) SANTA CRUZCOUNTYSHERIFF’S DEPUTIES HAVE ISSUED AN ALERT TO BE ON THE LOOK-OUT FOR A 54 YEAR OLD ROBERT CHARLES LESNER WHO IS DESCRIBED AS A DEPENDENT ADULT IN NEED OF MEDICATION.  LESNER CAN EXHIBIT ANTI SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND HAS A COUPLE OF RUN INS WITH THE LAW THIS WEEK.  HE IS 5’ 11’, 130 POUNDS WITH GRAY HAIR AND BLUE EYES, WEARING A RED AND BLACK BEANIE.  ANYONE WHO KNOWS HIS WHEREABOUTS IS URGED TO CALL 9-1-1

 

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PG&E SCAM-10/25/13-16:00-PMD

 

P-G and E   HAS BEEN WARNING CENTRAL COAST CONSUMERS OF A PHONE SCAM. APPARENTLY THERE HAVE BEEN REPORTS OF PEOPLE AND BUSINESSES RECEIVING CALLS THREATENING TO SHUT OFF POWER UNLESS A PAYMENT IS MADE IMMEDIATELY OVER THE PHONE WITH A CREDIT CARD OR PRE PAID CASH CARD.  PG & E   SAYS THAT IT NEVER ASKS FOR IMMEDIATE PAYMENT OVER THE PHONE.

 

 

 

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Hwy 101 Big Rig Accident (Fri) 10-25-13 13:30 av

Two northbound lanes on a portion of Highway 101 were blocked this afternoon after a big-rig accident occurred just south of Salinas.   CHP says the driver of a big rig was trying to make a u-turn on the highway near Hartnell Road around 12:20, when a vehicle collided with the rig’s trailer.  The accident caused a traffic stand still for about an hour while an air ambulance was called in and several people were taken to the hospital. 

  

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W’Ville Fly-In Date Change 10-25-13 12:30 av

Organizers of the Watsonville Fly-In are expected to move the event normally held on Labor Day weekend to October.    Moving the date of the annual air show is expected to grow the event and raise more money for local charities, since it won’t be competing with other events historically held during the same holiday weekend.  The exact date has yet to be announced. The community event will be celebrating it’s 50th anniversary next year.

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SLV Water Rate Hike 10-25-13 11:30 av

Starting January 1st of next year, San Lorenzo Valley Water District customers will see a rate increase on their bill.   The water district fell about a thousand signatures short of reaching their goal towards preventing the rate hike. However, the district did lower it’s original proposal, and eliminate funding for the 6-million dollar building project from it’s rate increase plan. The new plan includes an increase of 14% next year for average single-family homes with an 11% jump in 2015 and 16.   The board also voted to implement a public review process 120 days before each rate increase takes effect.

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