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salinas robbery 04/16/12 0630 e.a.

salinas robbery               04/16/12           0630         e.a.


salinas police are investigating a robbery and stabbing in salinas that was reported saturday night.  just before 9:30 p.m.,  a man was walking near an apartment complex on the 2-thousand block of santa rita street, when he was approached by 3 men.  one suspect attacked the victim with a knife while another suspect reached into the victim’s pockets and took his money and passport.  the victim was able to get the knife away from his attackers, and all 3 robbers fled.  police believe the robbery was gang-related.

Yacht Wrecks, 1 dead 4 missing 04/15/12 9:15p.m. TDH

1 person died and 4 were reported missing near the Farallon Islands on Saturday.  a 38-foot yacht ran aground off the islands 27 miles off the coast of San Francisco at 3 p.m.   The yacht was racing in the Full Crew Farallons Race.  3-people were rescued from the wreckage, while coast guard search crews continued looking for the others.  as of sunday, 4 remained missing.  46-year-old Belvedere resident Marc Kasanin died at the scene of the wreck.   The accident was caused by high winds and heavy waves, which had caused other yachts to turn back.

Teen Stabbed, Aptos 04/15/12 9p.m. TDH

A 17-year-old boy was stabbed early saturday morning in aptos.  just before 2 a.m. the teen was assaulted at a party near Seascape Beach.  The victim was air lifted to an out of county trauma center with multiple stab wounds to his abdomen.   The incident remains under investigation.

10-car wreck, HWY-17 04/15/12 9p.m. TDH

a 10-vehicle accident on Highway-17 caused traffic delays on saturday afternoon.  at about 1 p.m. a car slowed down to make a turn south of the summit, causing a chain reaction of vehicles crashing.  No serious injuries were reported and no arrests were made.  Traffic was able to flow again shortly after the wreck.

SC Mission to remain open 04/15/12 7:50p.m. TDH

The non-profit group Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks has announced that an agreement has been reached to keep Santa Cruz Mission State Historic Park open.  The 3-year-agreement with California State Parks allows "Friends" to take over maintenance and operations of the mission and park.  The group will continue local fundraising efforts to keep field trips and other programs operating.  The park was set to close on July 1st along with several others around the state.