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mtrcycl d-u-i-6/1/14-2157-PMD


a motorcyclist was arrested following an accident on highway 1 near capitola.  the incident took place at about 5:20 p-m in the northbound lanes near 41st avenue, WHEN the rider and a passenger were ejected after hitting another vehicle.  the passenger was air-lifted to a bay area trauma center. the rider was treated at an area hospital before being arrested on d-u-i charges.


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wtsnvl plane crash-6/1/14-2201-PMD


a single engine airplane made a crash landing at the watsonville airport yesterday (sunday).   shortly before 2 p-m first watsonville rescue workers arrived at the runway of a reported crash to find a plane that’s landing gear hadn’t opened. the pilot received no major injuries, and the rescue alert was cancelled.  the runway remained closed until the f-a-a approved moving the damaged aircraft.






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sc derby grls star vst-6/1/14-1157-PMD


the boardwalk bombshells had star support at saturday’s game.   actor matt damon and his family were at the kaiser permanente stadium to support bombshells’ co-CAPTAIN, sharon-d-payne.  however, even with the star powered support, the bombshells lost the match to their oakland competitor. the boardwalk bombshells are 1 of 2 santa cruz derby girls teams the harbor hellcats is the other.





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teen sc police academy-6/1/14-1820-PMD


the santa cruz police department is holding 3 teen public safety academy events this summer.   during the week long sessions teens will participate in daily fitness routines and fire fighting science  and police training.  including investigation, crime scene processing, arrest and control tactics, and high risk vehicle stops, as well as c-p-r, and e-m-t first aid. the events are limited in size, to 20 teens, per-session, at a cost of 40 dollars per teen,  for information call officer joe hernandez at 831 420 5952



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growing supprt 4 slns police-6/1/14-1750-PMD


a gathering of salinas community members demonstrating their support of the police department has grown.  this was the 2nd weekend in a row the supporters held signs, as motorist honked their approval.  however, another smaller group was nearby reminding motorist of the recent officer involved shooting deaths.  for its part the salinas police department released a statement saying they support all peaceful demonstrations.






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