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gilroy pd update system 06/08/12 0600 e.a.

a new communication system has been launched by the gilroy police department that will automatically post updates to facebook and twitter, as well as send text messages, email and mobile notifications.  residents can sign up for nixle, the free service that facilitates the breaking news messages.  residents can tailor the service to be notified about updates that cater to specific interests such as public safety alerts, community information and events, and media releases.  to sign up for text alerts, text g p d alerts as one word, to 888 777.

witness ids stow suspects 06/08/12 0600 e.a.

the first eyewitness identification has been made in court of two defendents accused of severely beating santa cruz native bryan stow outside of dodger stadium last year.  the witness recalled in court yesterday that she saw a man that she identified as louie sanchez kicking stow in the head after knocking him to the ground.  she also identified suspect marvin norwood as another ASSAILANT that left the scene with sanchez. the two men have pleaded not guilty to the charges.

sierra lamar suspect gets new attorney 06/08/12 0600 e.a.

the man accused of kidnapping and killing missing morgan hill teen sierra lamar has gotten a new attorney.  ken mandel, representing the santa clara county public defender’s office, has bowed out of the case involving antolin garcia-torres.  garcia-torres will now be represented by the alternate public defender’s office, which handles cases when the public defender cites a conflict. antolin garcia-torres’ next court date has been pushed back from july 10th to july 31st.

seaside budget approved 06/08/12 0600 e.a.

9 city employees will receive layoff notices as a result of a new budget for the city of seaside that was approved last night.  the budget tackles a 2-point-4 million dollar deficit the city is facing.  half of the savings are based on cuts and half is based on assumed employee concessions.  6 employees will be laid off from the city’s resource management department.  the new budget calls for a reorganization of the management department, so 2 of the 6 laid off employees could potentially be hired back.  the city will also lose a community liaison officer and a police services assistant, as well as 1 employee from the finance department.

car flip into yard - marina 06/08/12 0600 e.a.

most people awake to find a morning newspaper in their front yard.  one marina resident found a car in his yard that had flipped onto its roof thursday morning.  marina police are investigating the cause of the crash, in which the driver struck a fire hydrant on monterey road in the former fort ord.  the driver of the vehicle was transported to an area hospital to be treated for injuries.  no criminal charges have been filed against the driver.