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MARINA RAPE ARREST 02-16-11 09:40 a.v.

A man was arrested in Marina early this morning after he attempted to sexually assault a woman. The incident occurred on the 300 block of Reservations before 1:15 a.m. when a woman was being held inside of an apartment against her will. 52-year old Ellis Wilson was booked into Monterey County Jail for attempted rape and other sexual offenses.

 

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CLAIMS FILED AGAINST SALINAS PRIEST 02-16-11 08:00 a.v.

A lawsuit filed yesterday by a 21-year old victim claims he was sexually abused by a San Benito County priest. The allegations filed against Father Edward Fitz-Henry, the Diocese of Monterey and the San Juan Bautista Mission in Salinas, allegedly occurred when the victim was 14-years of age. The church, which suspended Fitz Henry when the claims were initially reported last month, received more allegations against Father Fitz-Henry, who joined the Diocese of Monterey, over 2 decades ago.

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SALINAS WALMART BOMB THREAT 02-16-11 06:00 a.v.

A Salinas Walmart was evacuated last night after receiving a bomb threat. Police say someone called the Westridge store just after 7 p.m. saying they had a bomb. Authorities evacuated then searched the store for a suspicious package, and after an hour at around 8 p.m. reopened the store when nothing suspicious was discovered or reported.

 

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CARMEL CITY ADMINISTRATOR RETIRES 02-16-11 05:30 a.v.

The retirement of Carmel’s City Administrator Rich Guillen was announced yesterday during a special closed session. Guillen was not present when council members met during the-hour long closed meeting to discuss his dismissal, discipline or release from city employment after a sexual harassment lawsuit was filed against him in July. The council unanimously passed Guillen’s prior written decision to retire. Guillen, meanwhile, has agreed to remain on the job until his replacement is found or until March 31st.

 

 

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COASTAL COMMISSION MTG NEXT MONTH IN S.C. 02-15-11 20:30 a.v.

The City of Santa Cruz is expected to present a proposal next month to The Coastal Commission about building a hotel at the site of a historic Beach Street apartment complex. Commissioners are expected to hear a request to build a 125-room hotel and condominium complex at the site of the La Bahia Apartments. The commission is slated to meet March 10th at the Board of Supervisors Chamber in the Santa Cruz County Office Building at 701 Ocean Street during their visit next month in Santa Cruz.

 

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