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HWY 101 5-CAR CRASH 08-02-10 10:00 a.v.

A 5-vehicle crash occurred yesterday in North Monterey County after a man driving under the influence was arrested while 4 others were hospitalized. The just after 4 p.m. crash took place on Highway-101 in the Royal Oaks area, as the driver of an eastbound pick-up lost control of his vehicle on San Juan Road. The 5-car pile up caused the southbound lanes of 101, and both lanes of San Juan Road, to be blocked for several hours while the roadway was cleared.

 

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SOQUEL MURDER CASE - update - 08/02/10 16:51 S.S.

THE  MAN,   WHO  IS  BELIEVED  TO  HAVE  SHOT  AND  KILLED  HIS  DRUG  DEALER  LAST  WEEK,  AND  THEN  LEFT  THE  BODY  IN  A  CAR  AT  SOQUEL  HIGH  SCHOOL,   WAS  ACQUITTED  OF  FATALLY  SHOOTING   HIS  BEST FRIEND  MORE  THAN  20 YEARS  AGO.       44  YEAR-OLD  FEDERICO  LOZOYA   CASTILLO WAS  ARRESTED  SATURDAY  AT  HIS  CLARES  STREET HOME  IN  CAPITOLA.       SANTA  CRUZ COUNTY  SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES   ARE  STILL  INVESTIGATING  THIS  MURDER.

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APOLINAR SENTENCED - 08/02/10 16:45 S.S.

A  52  YEAR-OLD   WATSONVILLE   MAN  HAS  BEEN  SENTENCED  TO  3  YEARS  IN  PRISON.       RUDOLFO  MARTINEZ  APOLINAR CONFESSED  (AND  PLEADED  GUILTY)  TO    FONDLING  A  TEENAGER.       APOLINAR,  WHO  WAS  ALREADY  A  REGISTERED  SEX  OFFENDER,  HAD  REPORTEDLY  BEEN  CONVICTED  OF  REPEATED  ACTS  OF  INDECENT  EXPOSURE  AND  PUBLIC  MASTURBATION  IN  THE  PAST.

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SO. MCO EARTHQUAKE 08-02-10 09:30 a.v.

A magnitude 3.6 earthquake shook the Salinas Valley last night. According to the U.S.G.S., the quake struck at 9 p.m. some 17-miles east of King City in South Monterey County. Authorities say there were no reports of injury or damage.

 

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BOULDER CREEK VEG. FIRE 08-02-10 08:20 a.v.

No structures were threatened when a fire broke out in Boulder Creek this morning. Fire crews responded at 6 a.m. to the blaze which ignited a quarter-acre of vegetation off Highway-9 and McGaffigan Mill Road. Fire officials say power and phones lines were down due to a fallen tree.

 

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