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MONTEREY HIGH GRAD KILLED - 04/30/13 17:59 S.S.

A  28  YEAR-OLD  MONTEREY  HIGH  SCHOOL  GRADUATE  DIED  OVER  THE  WEEKEND  IN  AFGHANISTAN.   CAPTAIN  BRANDON  CYR (Seer) (AND  3  OTHER  AIRMEN)  DIED  WHEN  THEIR  AIRCRAFT  CRASHED  NEAR  KANDAHAR  AIRFIELD SATURDAY.    CYR GRADUATED  FROM  MONTEREY HIGH  SCHOOL IN  2002.

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SANTA CRUZ MAN HONORED - 043013 17:00 KWJ

95-YEAR-OLD MILT ENTWISTLE HAS BEEN NAMED AS A SANTA CRUZ COUNTY 2013 RED CROSS HERO.        ENTWISTLE  HAS BEEN A PART OF THE VOLUNTEER COAST GUARD AUXILIARY FOR MORE THAN 35 YEARS….TEACHING BOATING SAFETY.         ALTHOUGH HE DOES NOT GO OUT ON SAFETY PATROLS ANY LONGER,  HE STILL REMAINS A FIXTURE IN THE  AUXILIARY COAST GUARD.    A BREAKFAST AT THE COCOANUT GROVE BALLROOM WILL BE HELD FOR ALL 2013 RED CROSS HEROES (BEGINNING AT 7 A-M MAY 15TH).

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RIO DEL MAR ROUNDABOUT PLANS 4/30/13 7:00a DMF

NEW PLANS HAVE BEEN RELEASED TO IMPROVE THE RIO DEL MAR BEACH ESPLANADE ROUNDABOUT.    COST ESTIMATES TOTALING 250 THOUSAND DOLLARS WERE PROVIDED TO THE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS ON MONDAY.   RESIDENTS OF THE COMMUNITY HAVE LONG COMPLAINED THAT THE “KIDNEY-SHAPED” ROUNDABOUT IS CONFUSING AND DANGEROUS FOR PEDESTRIANS AND MOTORISTS ALIKE.    THE PROJECT WAS FIRST PROPOSED BACK IN 2003.

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FOUR BURGLARS ARRESTED 4/30/13 7:00a DMF

THREE MINORS AND AN ADULT WERE ARRESTED FOLLOWING A MONDAY MORNING RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY IN GILROY.    OFFICERS RESPONDED TO THE 7100 BLOCK OF PITLOCHRY DRIVE AROUND 10:30 A.M. AND SAW THE FOUR SUSPECTS CLIMBING THROUGH A WINDOW OF THE HOME.  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WAS GATHERED FROM WITNESSES AND AN IMMEDIATE SEARCH WAS CONDUCTED.     AN OFF-DUTY POLICE OFFICER IN THE AREA DETAINED ONE SUSPECT WHILE THE OTHER THREE ATTEMPTED TO FLEE.     THEY WERE ARRESTED A SHORT TIME LATER BY RESPONDING OFFICERS.

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CREDIT CARD FRAUD WATSONVILLE 4/30/13 9:00a DMF

AN INVESTIGATION LOOKING AT MORE THAN 50 REPORTS OF CREDIT CARD FRAUD THAT TOOK PLACE LAST WEEK IS ONGOING.      BAY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION CUSTOMERS INITIALLY REPORTED THE FRAUDULENT TRANSACTIONS THAT CAME FROM GOMEZ GASOLINE AND AUTOMOTIVE AT 153 MAIN STREET IN WATSONVILLE.    A CREDIT-CARD SKIMMING DEVICE SIMILAR TO THOSE PLANTED AT OTHER GAS STATIONS IN THE REGION IS SUSPECTED TO HAVE BEEN USED.   GAS STATION CUSTOMERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO NOT USE CREDIT CARD READERS AT DAMAGED OR SUSPICIOUS GAS PUMPS.   ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ON THE INVESTIGATION IS ASKED TO CALL THE WATSONVILLE POLICE AT 831-768-3544.

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