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Vandalism arrest 08/28/12 5:15p.m. TDH

A 21-year-old man was arrested Sunday in capitola, after allegedly spray-painting graffiti in a restaurant’s bathroom.   Morgan hill resident William Robert yurosko was arrested after a brief foot chase with capitola police officers.   Officers had been called to the Monterey avenue restaurant after employees reported that yurosko had spray painted the letters “SS” in the men’s restroom.    Officers were taking the report, when employees spotted yurosko still in the area, and pointed him out to officers.  After being apprehended, yurosko was booked into santa cruz county jail for felony vandalism, (and has since been released on bail).  He also has a pending vandalism charge in morgan hill.    Police are investigating if yurosko is responsible for similar graffiti that was found at esplanade park.

 

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s.u.v. crash into house (Crml) 08/28/12 4p.m. TDH

An s-u-v crashed into a house in carmel this morning (Tues), but nobody was seriously injured.  Firefighters and paramedics from cal-fire and cypress fire protection district responded to the call just before 10 a.m., after the vehicle crashed into a support pillar at a house on outlook drive.   The driver sustained minor injuries, and declined medical treatment.   Nobody at (or in) the house was injured.  Monterey county building inspectors were called to make sure the house was not at risk of collapsing.   C-H-P investigators are trying to determine what caused the driver to lose control.

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Unlicensed tree trimmer arrested 08/28/12 12:45p.m. TDH

An unlicensed tree trimmer was arrested in Monterey County this past Friday, after he failed to appear in court.    52-year-old Secundino “dino” Munoz was taken into custody when he showed up to a property to give a bid for some work, but that turned out to be a sting operation conducted  by local authorities (in conjunction with officials with the Contractors state license board), (known as the c-s-l-b).        c-s-l-b officials had first contacted munoz in late july, after receiving multiple tips about unsafe work conditions.  Munoz was determined to be working without a license, and is now facing several charges, including 1-felony.   Munoz was booked into Monterey county jail.  you can always verify a contractor’s license at the website: www.cslb.ca.gov

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ROBBERY 8/28/12 7:30a DMF

At 1:47 AM THIS MORNING A 56 YEAR-OLD MALE WAS WALKING ON TYLER AT IRIS DR WHEN A WHITE SINGLE CAB PICKUP TRUCK STOPPED IN FRONT OF HIM.     TWO MALES gOT OUT AND APPROACHED HIM. THE FIRST SUSPECT, WAS A HISPANIC MALE IN HIS EARLY 20’s AND APPROXIMATELY 6 FEET TALL ARMED WITH A BLACK RIFLE.  THE SECOND SUSPECT, SIMILAR TO THE FIRST BUT MUCH SHORTER, TOOK THE VICTIM’S WALLET.     AFTER REALIZING THERE WAS NO MONEY IN THE WALLET, THE SUSPECTS TOOK THE VICTIM’S OAKLAND RAIDER’S HAT, BEFORE FIRING ONE ROUND FROM THE RIFLE, GRAZING THE TOP OF THE VICTIM’S HEAD.    THE SUSPECTS DROVE OFF, NORTHBOUND ON TYLER.    OFFICERS WERE ABLE TO GO BACK AND LOCATE THE EXACT CRIME SCENE AND CONTACT RESIDENTS IN THE AREA WHO HEARD A SINGLE GUNSHOT DURING THE TIME OF THE ROBBERY.     THE INVESTIGATION IS ONGOING.

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SVMH ADVISORY COMMITTEE - 8/27/12 6:30p DMF

THE SALINAS VALLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL IS FORMING AN ADVISORY COMMITTEE AS THE HOSPITAL MOVES FORWARD UNDER THE NATIONal AFFORDABLE CARE ACT. THE PurPOSE IS TO DETERMINE RECOMMENDED ACTIONS SALINAS VALLEY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CAN TAKE TO ENSURE ITS SUSTAINABILITY AND VIABLE FUTURE AS A STANDALONE. Starting Oct. 3 the Advisory Committee will meet six times until JanUARY 23rd, 2013. Final recommendations will go to the board for approval on January 24th, 2013.

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