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HOLLISTER TEENS - 06/23/13 15:00 GE

 

A GOOD SAMARITAN WAS THE CAUSE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS CAPTURING FOUR SUSPECTS, ACCUSED OF ALLEGEDLY BURGLARIZING A BUSINESS IN HOLLISTER. THE WITNESS OBSERVED THREE PEOPLE IN THE ACT OF BREAKING OUT WINDOWS OF THE HOMETOWN GAS STATION  ON SAN BENITO STREET.  A FOURTH WAS POSING AS A LOOKOUT ON THE CORNER.  THE CALLER REMAINED ON THE PHONE, AND GAVE ARRIVING OFFICERS  ALL THE INFORMATION NEEDED TO GET ALL FOUR SUSPECTS IN CUSTODY.  OFFICERS LATER ON TRACKED DOWN TWO JUVENILES AND TWO 18 YEAR OLDS.  JULIO CHAVEZ-RAMIREZ AND MARIAH CARIGILIO (carr-ee-HEEL-yo) WERE BOTH BOOKED INTO SAN BENITO COUNTY JAIL ON CHARGES OF BURGLARY, CONSPIRACY AND CONTRIBUTING TO THE  DELINQUENCY OF A MINOR.

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SURF TECH DRAWS CROWDS-6/23/13- 14:28 PMD

the 12th annual surftech jay race was held on the water in capitola village on saturday.    the multi- division and sports event got off to a late start due to fog.  there were 329 registered participants, including legendary names from the past and present surfing scene.  the main events were a  2 and a 12 mile paddle board race that which featured both stand-up and prone classes.

 

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SEASIDE MCSD BOMB SQUAD UPDATE -6/23/13- 14:10 PMD

THE MONTEREY COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT BOMB SQUAD WAS CAlLED OUT ON FRIDAY afternoon around 4:30 p-m.   THE SQUAD WAS CALLED IN BY THE SEASIDE POLICE, WHO had responded to pacific heights plaza. where upon in the parking lot officers determined a can containing blasting caps was too unstable to transport safely. police BLOCKED OFF FREMONT BOULEVARD BETWEEN HILBY AND KIMBALL.   THE bomb SQUAD THEN USED A ROBOT TO DETONATE the 12 BLASTING CAPS on scene.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PRUNEDALE ARREST -6/23/13- 10:08 PMD

A PRUNDALE MAN WAS ARRESTED EARLY SATURDAY MORNING.   MONTEREY COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPUTIES PULLED OVER A VEHICLE ON NORTHBOUND HIGHWAY 101 NEAR MALLORY CANYON ROAD.  43 YEAR OLD JAMES CHRISTOPHER WYATT FAILED A FIELD SOBRIETY TEST, AND REFUSED A CHEMICAL TEST.  DEPUTIES ARRESTED HIM ON SUSPICION OF BEING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ILLEGAL STIMULANTS.  A SEARCH OF HIS PERSON AND VEHICLE PRODUCED METHAMPHETAMINE PACKAGED FOR SALE AS WELL AS A LEDGER OF TRANSACTIONS. WYATT WAS BOOKED INTO MONTEREY COUNTY JAIL.

 

 

 

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OLD TOWN RACE CLOSURES -6/23/13- 09:48 PMD

MERCHANTS IN OLD TOWN SALINAS WERE UPSET ABOUT WHAT IS DESCRIBED AS A LAST MINUTE NOTIFICATION.   THE BUSINESSES RECEIVED NOTICE ON THURSDAY OF ROAD CLOSURES IN DOWNTOWN SALINAS AREA DUE TO SATURDAYS BIKE RACE.  FRIDAY EVENING A MEETING OF THE OLD TOWN BUSINESSES ASSOCIATION, HEARD CONCERNS AND COMPLAINTS. THEY RANGED FROM TRANSPORTATION ISSUES FOR BUSINESSES WITH PREVIOUSLY PLANNED EVENTS, TO INADEQUATE INVENTORIES TO ACCOMMODATE THE INCREASED FOOT TRAFFIC. THE ASSOCIATION DECIDED TO LET THE RACE PROCEED.

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