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connect program meeting 02/21/11 1030 e.a.

the santa cruz county regional occupational program will be hosting its first advisory night tonight to connect local businesses with educators who are helping students to become career and college ready.  the connect program gathers inout from industry representatives and cabrillo college educators to ensure that r.o.p. is adequately preparing future employees.  the event is slated to begin at 3:30 p.m. at the harbor high school multi-purpose room. it runs until 6:30 p.m.

san juan m.j. grow 02/21/11 0730 e.a.

an indoor marijuana grow operation was uncovered in san juan bautista saturday.  a search warrant was served on the powell street residence at about 3:30 a.m.  investigators found 341 marijuana plants in different stages of growth.  the resident of the home, 33 year old anthony montoya, was arrested on suspicion of marijuana cultivation as well as driving under the influence.  the investigation is ongoing.

greenfield shooting 02/21/11 0730 e.a.

a man was shot in the leg last night in greenfield, and greenfield police officers are now looking for witnesses and possible suspects.  police responded to a report of a shooting just before 7:30 p.m. on the 1-thousand block of elm avenue, and found a man who sustained a gunshot wound to the leg.  anyone who might have witnessed this monday night shooting is asked to contact the greenfield police department.

Appeal denied 02/20/12 8:20p.m. TDH

A man who was convicted of gross vehicular manslaughter will not be able to change his plea.  That was the ruling by an appellate judge last week.  The ruling denied 34-year-old dion gussner’s claim that he should receive a new trial because he was given bad legal advice.  Gussner appealed after being sentenced to 16-years in prison.  He argued that his court-appointed lawyer wrongly advised him to plead to the maximum penalty, and that the lawyer did not challenge sentencing enhancements.  This marks the 2nd rejection of an appeal by gussner.  He was convicted after rear-ending a vehicle in 2009, which caused the death of   4-year-old sebastian balch.

 

Missing woman found 02/19/12 8:20p.m. TDH

An at-risk woman who went missing on Friday, returned to her ben lomond care facility today.  34-year-old sierra parsons was reported missing after she failed to return when expected on Friday evening.  Parsons showed up at the care facility this morning; she was reportedly uninjured.