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safeway employee suspended - assault 05/16/12 0600 e.a.

an employee at a monterey county safeway has been suspended from work, after stopping a domestic assault in his store last month.  ryan young, a meat clerk at the del rey oaks safeway location, intervened when he saw a man pushing and kicking his pregnant girlfriend.  del rey oaks police responded, and officers said that had young not intervened, things would have been much worse for the victim.  safeway has suspended young without pay for violating company policy.

2011 salinas murder arrest 05/16/12 0600 e.a.

2 people have been arrested in connection with the murder of a salinas teenager in 2011.  salinas police believe 20 year old edgar gomar was one of the gunmen in the august 31st shooting death of 18 year old bryan zamudio at a park on east laurel drive.  20 year old maria luna was arrested after police found that the suspect vehicle was registered in her name.  luna remains in monterey county jail on 2-million dollars bail.  gomar was already in custody on an unrelated matter.

sf child molest 05/16/12 0600 e.a.

the trial of a san francisco man accused of fondling two 9 year old santa cruz girls has begun.  50 year old james edward taylor faces 8 felony charges of lewd acts with a child, allegedly during four visits to santa cruz county in 2010.  taylor was arrested in january of 2011 when the allegations came to light.  he is currently out of custody on bail.

sal medical fire 05/16/12 0600 e.a.

no one was injured in a fire that started in a salinas medical office last night.  fire crews responded to the 500 block of romie lane around 10:30 p.m.  romie lane was shut down for a period of time while the fire was extinguished.  investigators believe an exhaust fan overheated and started the blaze.

 

marina fire lawsuits 05/16/12 0600 e.a.

lawsuits have been filed against the owners of a marina adult care facility that burned down last year, killing 5 young disabled people.  the suits have been filed by families of 3 of the victims, claiming the owners of mount carmel residential care facility violated several codes, and were negligent in updating the facility’s safety equipment.  no criminal charges have been filed.