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MEHSERLE SENTENCING DELAYED - 07/14/10 17:01 S.S.

THE  SENTENCING  FOR  FORMER  B.A.R.T.  OFFICER  JOHANNES  MEHSERLE HAS  BEEN  CHANGED  FROM  AUGUST  TO  NOVEMBER.   MEHERSERLE,  WHO  WAS  CONVICTED  LAST  WEEK  OF  THE  INVOLUNTARY  MANSLAUGHTER  OF  OSCAR  GRANT,   WAS  INITIALLY  SLATED  TO  BE  SENTENCED  IN  A  LOS  ANGELES  COUNTY  COURT  ROOM  AUGUST  6TH.       THAT  SENTENCING   IS  NOW  SCHEDULED  FOR  NOVEMBER  5TH.

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RODRIGUEZ FOUND GUILTY - 07/14/10 16:45 S.S.

A  39  YEAR-OLD  FORMER  CORRECTIONAL  OFFICER  HAS  BEEN  FOUND  GUILTY  OF ATTEMPTED  PREMEDITATED  MURDER.     SALINAS  RESIDENT  TIMOTHY  RODRIGUEZ FACES  A  POSSIBLE  SENTENCE  OF  7  YEARS  TO  LIFE  IN  PRISON,  FOR  TRYING  TO  HIRE  A  “HIT  MAN”  TO  KILL  ONE  OF HIS  EX-GIRLFRIENDS.    RODRIGUEZ IS  DUE  BACK  IN  A  MONTEREY  COUNTY  COURT  ROOM AUGUST  27TH.

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SENTENCING FOR POLLACCI 07-14-10 09:00 a.v.

Convicted rapist, Tom Pollacci is set to appear in court today on additional charges. The 50-year old Pebble Beach resident was sentenced to spend 8 years in prison for raping a woman in April of 2008. Pollacci now faces the possibility of an additional 24 years behind bars if he is convicted of 3 addtional rape charges involving 2 other different women, (whom he reportedly raped in April of 2007 and the Fall of 2008).

 

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CENTRAL COAST BROADBAND FUNDING 07-14-10 07:50 a.v.

The Central Coast is a step closer to being considered for a high-speed internet connection. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration has announced 29 awards totaling 404-million dollars as part of a 7.2 billion dollar broadband technology opportunities program. Last week marked the 2nd round of grants to support the deployment of broadband infrastructure. The Central Coast is amongst the final pool of candidates to allow a 55-million dollar, private-public initiative to link Santa Cruz, Monterey and San Benito counties via broadband. If the proposal is accepted, the plan is to build about 312 miles of broadband fiber from downtown Santa Cruz into rural parts of Monterey and San Benito County. Notification about grant funding will be announced in September.

 

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NOT GUILTY PLEA IN FATAL DUI CRASH 07-14-10 06:30 a.v.

A man charged with providing alcohol to a minor, who killed his friend during a DUI crash on New Year’s Day, pleaded not guilty yesterday. 41-year old Timothy McLaughlin was charged last month with 3 misdemeanors related to providing alcohol to the teen, Alexander Gordon Winn, who caused the death of his friend, Adam Arias during the fatal crash on Corral de Tierra Road, in Salinas. If convicted, McLaughlin faces up to a year in jail, a fine or both, in 2 of the charges, and a fine and 24 hours of community service if convicted of the 3rd. McLaughlin is expected to return to court on August 12th.

 

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