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Body Found 02/06/11 11:45pm TDH

Authorities in Salinas have launched an investigation, after a dead body was found inside a burning car on Sunday night.  The body was discovered after a report was received of a Volkswagen Beetle on fire, at Boronda Road and Natividad, near Rogge Road.   Monterey County Sheriff's Deputies, along with Salinas Police Officers and Salinas Firefighters responded, and found the dead body in the trunk.

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Motor Home Stolen 02/06/11 11:45pm TDH

An 18-year-old man is in custody, after stealing a motor home early Saturday morning.   Jose Bernal Ramirez is also being charged with armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon, for a hold-up he allegedly committed briefly before the mobile-home-heist.   The motor home was taken from the Food-4-Less shopping center on the 15-hundred block of North Sanborn Road.  Bernal was stopped by police officers on Estrella at Oso Court, and was arrested.

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Gilroy Standoff, Arrests 02/06/11 11:45pm TDH TDH

2-wanted-men were arrested in Gilroy on Saturday.  The suspects had 1-million-dollar arrest warrants in Chico for murder.   They surrendered to Gilroy Police and SWAT officers after a 3-hour-long standoff.   The incident forced the evacuation of businesses on the 7-hundred block of Monterey Road, as well as nearby residences.   The incident eventually ended without violence.

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Burglary Suspect Named 02/06/11 3:30pm TDH TDH

Authorities have identified a suspect from a recent burglary of a Santa Cruz County non-profit organization.  18-computers, (valued at 35-thousand dollars were recently taken from the Aptos office of Community Bridges.  The fingerprints of Devin McKnight, who was arrested for an unrelated crime, allegedly match those found at the scene, and he is expected to face charges for the thefts.

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S.C. Redevelopment $ 02/06/11 TDH

Santa Cruz City Council Members are set to consider a proposal on Tuesday, to pledge more than 53-million dollars to the city's Redevelopment Agency.   The move is in response to Governor Brown's plan to eliminate redevelopment agencies throughout the state.   In an effort to protect existing funds from being taken, Council Members will consider a contract to commit more than 30-million dollars to already-approved projects.  A tentative contract to commit more than 20-million dollars for future projects will also be considered, with hopes that state leaders will be more reluctant to cancel planned- projects.  Those future projects, though, would go through the normal approval and public comment process.  The money is expected to fund improvements to Highways-1 and 9, as well as the Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf, local roads, and several low-income-housing projects. Santa Cruz County Supervisors are set to consider a similar proposal tomorrow as well.   Watsonville City leaders already passed a contract with their redevelopment agency last month, for 187-million dollars.

 

 

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