A GILROY MAN TURNED HIMSELF IN TO MORGAN HILL POLICE AFTER STABBING A MORGAN HILL MAN CAUSING HEAVY INJURIES. POLICE RESPONDED TO A CALL AT THE EL TORO FIRE STATION AT ABOUT 3:17AM JUNE 13TH, REPORTING A MAN HAD BEEN STABBED. THE VICTIM, A 21-YEAR-OLD MORGAN HILL RESIDENT, HAD SUFFERED A LARGE WOUND TO HIS STOMACH. THE SUSPECT WAS IDENTIFIED AS 20-YEAR-OLD GILROY RESIDENT STEVEN TRUJILLO, WHO SURRENDERED HIMSELF TO THE MORGAN HILL POLICE STATION THE NEXT DAY, POLICE SAID. HE HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED HOMICIDE AND ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON BY THE SANTA CLARA COUNTY DISTRICT ATTOURNEY'S OFFICE.
TWO SALINAS MEN CHARGED WITH ROBBING TWO HOLLISTER STORES AND ENGAGING IN A POLICE CHASE THAT ENDED IN THE DEATH OF ANOTHER SUSPECT HAVE ACCEPTED PLEA DEALS WITH EXPECTED PRISON TERMS OF 15 AND 20 YEARS. 21-YEAR-OLD ROBERTO SILVA AND 20-YEAR-OLD OMAR MEDRANO WERE CHARGED BY SAN BENITO COUNTY PROSECUTORS FOR THE APRIL 2010 ROBBERY AND CAR CHASE. PROSECUTORS CHARGED SILVA AND MEDRANO WITH FELONY COUNTS OF MURDER, ROBBERY, USE OF A FIREARM, AND PARTICIPATING IN A STREET GANG. SILVA'S SENTENCE HEARING IS SET FOR JULY 26TH, AND MEDRANO'S SENTENCE IS SET FOR JULY 27TH.
updated - 08:25 - Patient transported - Roadway re-opened
A PEDESTRIAN WAS STRUCK BY A VEHICLE THIS MORNING ON SANTA CRUZ’S WESTSIDE. THE 7:05 ACCIDENT OCCURRED ON MISSION STREET NEAR GREEN STREET. FIRST RESPONDERS ARE ON THE SCENE, AND BOTH LANES OF TRAFFIC ARE SHUT DOWN AT THIS TIME.
Detectives with the salinas police department arrested a 21-year-old man Tuesday on suspicion of murder. the arrest of ivan haro comes almost a year after the july 16th shooting death of 24-year-old Jorge Ramirez medina, junior Medina was gunned down during a fight at a party on the 17-hundred block of tahoe road. following an investigation that identified haro as a suspect, he was arrested without incident, and booked into monterey county jail. Haro is believed to have been involved with the fight, but is not thought to have fired the fatal shots. Detectives are still working to identify the shooter.
Santa cruz county supervisors have given a 7-week extension to the non-profit operator of santa cruz community television, (known as C-T-V). C-T-V is facing significant funding shortages, and supervisors want C-T-V’s 300-voting members to restructure the operation. However, following an unsuccessful vote by members to do so, santa cruz county supervisor john Leopold sought to move forward with exploring other options, including merging with another entity to provide limited community programs. Leopold agreed to the extension yesterday, in part, so that C-T-V can find a new executive director. If no change is made, supervisors could start looking at other options as soon as august 14th.
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