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PRUNEDALE CVS BURGLARY 04-11-11 09:00 a.v.

Apparently, breaking into a Prunedale CVS pharmacy was exhausting work as Monterey County Sheriff’s Deputies found the alleged burglar asleep inside the store Friday. No items were taken from the pharmacy and no weapons were found. Deputies arrested 19-year old Steven James Cobos from the Vierra Canyon Road CVS and booked him into Monterey County Jail.

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S.C. SUPERVISOR SALARY ORD. REJECTED 04-11-11 07:50 a.v.

Santa Cruz County Supervisors failed to approve an ordinance last week which would have limited supervisor’s ability to approve their own salary increases. Under the proposed ordinance, the Santa Cruz County supervisor’s raises would have been tied to those of the state’s superior court judges. Supervisor’s salaries would have been capped at 2.5%, with increases larger than that, going to the voters.

 

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GILROY HIT AND RUN 04-11-11 07:00 a.v.

Police in Gilroy are searching for a woman who caused a 56-year old man to be airlifted to a San Jose trauma center after a hit-and-run incident last night . The man was struck just before 11 p.m. while he was walking across First Street between Rosanna and Hanna Streets. Police say the unknown woman was driving the vehicle, which has been described as a grey, or silver vehicle, possibly a Honda. The woman left the area without stopping, and was last seen driving south on Church Street from First Street. Anyone with any information is asked to contact Gilroy Police.

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MARINA WALKING TRAIL CLOSED 04-11-11 07:00 a.v.

A walking trail in the City of Marina will be closed for a portion of the week due to construction work. The bicycle and walking trail on Beach Range Road at the Fort Ord Dunes State Park will be closed today through Wednesday. Bicyclists and walkers are asked to use the nearby Recreation Trail, parallel to Highway-1, as an alternate route. The trail work is expected to cost the city nearly 300,000.

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CASTROVILLE ARMED ROBBERY 04-11-11 06:30 a.v.

A man who robbed a Castroville eatery at gunpoint Friday afternoon is still being sought. The 3:23 p.m. incident occurred when a man entered the Don Chuy Restaurant on Merritt Street and pointed a gun at an employee demanding money. The suspect was last seen running onto Crane Street. Anyone with information, is asked to contact the Monterey County Sheriff’s Department.

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