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SOQUEL DRIVE CLOSED FOR SPILL - 5/5/13 10:30 PMD –

APTOS DRIVERS EXPERIENCED AN UNSCHEDULED ROAD CLOSURE  SATURDAY MORNING.  A SECTION OF SOQUEL DRIVE, BY SPRECKLES DRIVE, WAS CLOSED,  AT  ABOUT 9:10 A-M,  AFTER A BACKHOE ARM STRUCK THE SPRECKLES OVERPASS TRELLIS AND SPILLED HYDRAULIC FLUID OVER THE ROADWAY.  A CLEAN UP CREW WAS CALLED IN TO DEAL WITH THE SPILL.    THE CLOSED SECTION OF SOQUEL DRIVE WAS RE-OPENED AT 10:40 A-M. AND NORMAL TRAFFIC FLOW WAS RESTORED

 

 

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STOLEN CAR ARREST - 5/5/13 9:50 PMD

A STOLEN CAR WAS PULLED OVER, AND THE DRIVER ARRESTED IN WATSONVILLE OVER THE WEEKEND.  A CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL OFFICER WAS CRUISING GREEN VALLEY ROAD ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON.  AT ABOUT 3:30 P-M HIS PATROL VEHICLE’S AUTOMATED LICENSE PLATE READER ALERTED HIM OF THE STOLEN VEHICLE. THE STOP WAS MADE NEAR PAULSEN ROAD, AND THE DRIVER WAS ARRESTED.

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SHOTS FIRED AT HOUSE - 5/5/13 9:30 PMD

A WATSONVILLE HOUSE WAS TARGETED BY A GUNMAN FRIDAY NIGHT. THE INCIDENT OCCURRED AROUND 9:35 P-M , POLICE RESPONDED TO A REPORT THAT A LONE GUNMAN OPENED FIRE ON A HOUSE ON HOLLY DRIVE IN THEGINOS COURT AREA. WITNESSES AT THE SCENE STATED THAT THE ARMED MAN APPROACHED THE HOME ON FOOT, FIRED SHOTS INTO THE DWELLING AND FLED ON FOOT IN THE DIRECTION OF ROSS AVENUE. NO ONE WAS INJURED IN THE ATTACK, AND THE INCIDENT REMAINS UNDER INVESTIGATION.

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Day in the sky - 5/5/13 8:50 PMD

THE WATSONVILLE AIRPORT WAS THE VENUE FOR THE 9TH ANNUAL     DAY IN THE SKY. THE EVENT IS PUT ON BY THE SHARED ADVENTURES ORGANIZATION, AND IS AIMED AT IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS OR DISABILITIES.   THIS YEARS EVENT FEATURED DIFFERENT TYPES OF AIRPLANES OPENED UP FOR EXAMINATION ON THE TARMAC, CHILDRENS EVENTS, RADIO CONTROLLED AIRPLANES, AS WELL AS FLIGHTS FOR DIABLED PARTICIPANTS.

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Twin lakes - 5/4/13 15:10 PMD

TWIN LAKES CHURCH IN APTOS HELD WHAT IT CALLS THE WORLDS LARGEST GARAGE SALE ON SATURDAY.  THE ANNUAL  EVENT IS  HELD TO RAISE FUNDS TO BENEFIT THE SECOND HARVEST FOOD BANK. ACCORDING TO CHURCH OFFICIALS, 15 LOCAL BUSINESSES WILL MATCH THE FUNDS RAISED BY THE SALE.  LAST YEARS BENEFIT RAISED, 25 THOUSAND DOLLARS.

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