santa cruz police detecives the owner of santa cruz surf school on charges of lewd and lascivious acts with children late friday night. search warrants were served at the home and business of 38 year old dylan greiner, that after relations with a 13 and 14 year old were indentified. the searches uncovered secret videos of girls genetilia as they changed in and out of wetsuits. greiner also is accused of making sexual advanes to underage students.
a watsonville man was arrested on saturday. police officers responding to a report which alleged that 3 armed men were menacing the caller, arrived on scene around 5:15 p-m at 56 lincoln street. while approaching the home, the officers heard gunfire, and the gang task force, santa cruz sheriff’s deputies, and the c-h-p assisted watsonville police in securing the area. at some point the caller, 38 year old andres navarro was seen in the backyard with a handgun and later unarmed on the roof, eventually he surrendered to police. an investigation produced no evidence of any other suspects, and navarro was arrested and booked into santa cruz county jail for unlawful discharge of a firearm.
MONTEREY COUNTY RESIDENTS ARE STILL SEEING BROWN WATER COMING OUT OF THEIR FAUCETS THIS WEE. A SPOKESPERSON FOR CAL-AM WATER SAYS ISSUES WITH EQUIPMENT AT AN IRON REMOVAL FACILITY IS AFFECTING THE WATER IN AREAS THROUGHOUT CARMEL VALLEY. THE WATER REPORTEDLY HAS AN INCREASED AMOUNT OF MINERAL IN IT BUT IS STILL SAFE TO DRINK. CAL-AM SUGGESTS THAT RESIDENTS MAY WANT TO HOLD OFF ON DOING LAUNDRY UNTIL THEIR WATER RETURNS TO A CLEAR COLORLESS APPEARANCE. MEANWHILE CREWS ARE WORKING ON FLUSHING LINES IN THE AREA.
A DECISION WAS MADE THIS WEEK TO REVERSE A CLAIM FILED BY A FAMILY WHO SUSTAINED PROPERTY DAMAGE DURING AN OFFICER INVOLVED SHOOTING THIS PAST SPRING. SANTA CRUZ CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS DENIED THE DOYLE STREET PROPERTY OWNER’S CLAIM EARLIER THIS MONTH BUT RECONSIDERED IT DURING A CLOSED SESSION YESTERDAY. THE OWNER’S SAY THEY TOOK CARE OF THE MOST OF THE REPAIRS STEMMING FROM THE FEBRUARY 26TH SHOOTING THAT LEFT DETECTIVE SARGENT BUTCH BAKER AND DETECTIVE ELIZABETH BUTLER DEAD. UP TO $5,000 IN COMPENSATION WAS AUTHORIZED BY THE COUNCIL.
A REQUEST BY A CENTRAL COAST BEACH RESTAURANT TO STAY OPEN LATER HAS BEEN DENIED. SANTA CRUZ CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS VOTED YESTERDAY AGAINST SOUTH BEACH PIZZA COMPANY TO EXTEND IT’S OPERATING TIME AN HOUR PAST WHAT IT’S CURRENT PERMIT ALLOWS. OFFICIALS SAY THAT INCREASED OPERATING HOURS, FOR OUTLETS THAT OFFER ALCOHOL, WILL OVERTAX THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. THE RESTAURANT IS LOCATED BETWEEN THE SANTA CRUZ BOARDWALK AND THE SANTA CRUZ HARBOR AND IS OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT.
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