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WV Victim identified 08/14/12 6p.m. TDH

Authorities have identified the victim of a fatal accident in watsonville last week as 77-year-old anatonlio orejal.   Orejal was struck by a vehicle last Monday morning, as he crossed main street (near Pennsylvania avenue).   the incident remains under investigation, however so far, no charges have been filed against the 20-year-old driver that struck orejal.

 

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Not guilty plea, drug sales 08/14/12 5:50p.m. TDH

A 25-year-old man pleaded not guilty tuesday to felony charges of selling drugs, as well as a parole violation.   aptos resident sean Daniel Roberts was taken into custody this past Friday, after a parole search of his vehicle allegedly turned up heroin, methamphetamine, prescription pills, hypodermic needles, and 5-hundred dollars in cash.  Roberts was previously arrested for drug sales in 2009.

 

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Passerby helps man, dog 08/14/12 4:45p.m. TDH

A bonny doon man came to the rescue of an injured motorist (and the driver’s dog) early tuesday morning.   a California highway patrol officer arrived at last chance road (north of davenport) at 2:30 a.m., to find an abandoned suburban.    After an investigation, it was determined that a 29-year-old morgan hill man had slammed into a tree and suffered serious injuries.  a 20-year-old passerby drove the victim to Dominican hospital, and he is now caring for the injured man’s dog.

 

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SC Cultural Council Awarded Grant 8/14/12 10.15 AF

For the second year in a row, the Cultural Council of Santa Cruz County has received an art works grant for the National Endowment for the Arts.      The council received $40,000 from the organization to support its grant making program to fund local theater, music, dance, literary and visual art activities in Santa Cruz County.    The Cultural Council distributed $137,000 in grants to artists and art organization last year, and this grant from the NEA will allow them to give a second round of grants themselves.     The Cultural Council of Santa Cruz County is one of just 788 non-profit organizations nationwide to receive the endowment.

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DUI Crackdown 8/14/12 9.00a AF

Monterey County will be cracking down on DUIs beginning Friday for a period of 18 days that they call Avoid the 18.      A checkpoint will be set up in Salinas, extra DUI patrols will be conducted in Carmel and Soledad, and local CHP will saturate the freeways in an effort to cut down on instances of driving under the influence.    The Salinas Police Department says that they saw a 25% reduction in DUI’s last year from the year before, and they would like to see that number continue to drop.     The increased enforcement begins this Friday, the 17th, and ends September 3rd.

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