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5 SALINAS SUSPECTS ARRESTED 08-26-10 17:30 a.v.

A probation search conducted in Salinas last night, netted the arrest of 2-gang members and 3 juveniles. Officers approached a home in the 500 block of Santa Maria Street, when 4 suspects ran out the back door. Police arrested 18-year olds Omar Gutierrez and Charles Gutierrez on charges of resisting arrest and violating probation. A 15-year old on probation with gang terms was also taken into custody along with the 2 juveniles.


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A Salinas Convalescent home was the scene of a fire scare this morning. Over a dozen firefighters and 5 fire engines responded to the Windsor Gardens Rehabilitation Center on Romy Lane at around 9:30 a.m. A heating system that overheated was the reported cause that filled the Center with the smell of smoke. No one was evacuated from the building, however more than 20 patients were taken to another room as a precaution until firefighters cleared the scene.


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ROYAL OAKS SHOOTING 08-26-10 16:50 a.v.

A 29-year old man was shot and killed last night in North Monterey County. Fernando Aguilar Cazares was shot multiple times outside of his home on the 400 block of Maher Road, in an agriculture area just North of Royal Oaks County Park. No arrests have been made in the drive-by attack. Any one with information about this shooting is asked to contact the Monterey County Sheriff’s Department.

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FORT ORD CONTROLLED BURN 08-26-10 16:30 a.v.

A controlled burn, took place today at Fort Ord in an effort to cut vegetation back and reduce the risk of wildfire. The prescribed burn caused smoke that was able to be seen from the Salinas Valley and the Monterey Peninsula this morning. The burn operations are being conducted by the Presidio of Monterey Fire Department and have been coordinated with the Monterey Bay unified Air Pollution Control District. Fire Department officials are expected to monitor the area after burn operations were completed.


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S.C. BEEKEEPER STUNG OVER 100X 08-26-10 16:00 a.v.

A beekeeper is expected to recover after being stung by his swarm Tuesday night. According to a Cal-Fire official, the 63-year old hobbyist beekeeper was collecting honey, when he was attacked around 8:30 p.m. in the Santa Cruz mountains near Summit Road and Loma Prieta way on Silverline Road. The man went into anaphylactic shock after being stung over 100 times. He was airlifted to a local hospital after the attack.


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