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COMMUNITY FORUM (HOMELESSNESS) 4/25/13 8:00a DMF

A COMMUNITY FORUM ON HOMELESSNESS WAS HELD AT THE SANTA CRUZ HIGH AUDITORIUM WEDNESDAY.    THE MEETING WAS CALLED FOLLOWING THE MAY 2012 STABBING DEATH OF DOWNTOWN BUSINESS OWNER SHANNON COLLINS BY A HOMELESS MAN.       IT WAS SPONSORED BY SEVERAL CHURCHES AND NONPROFITS AND THREE HOMELESS PEOPLE SHARED PERSONAL STORIES TO A CROWD OF MORE THAN 100 COMMUNITY MEMBERS.

 

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MAN LOCKS HIMSELF IN STRANGER’S SHED 4/25/13 8:00a DMF

 

A MAN WAS ARRESTED IN HOLLISTER MONDAY FOR OBSTRUCTION OF A POLICE OFFICER, BATTERY OF A POLICE OFFICER AND A FELONY PROBATION VIOLATION.    OFFICERS RESPONDED TO A DISTURBANCE ON THE 1300 BLOCK OF BUENA VISTA AND FOUND UBALDO DELEON IN A WOMAN’S SHED.

HE REFUSED TO LEAVE AND WAS ARRESTED.

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WARRIORS GAME TONIGHT 4/25/13 8:00a DMF

THE SANTA CRUZ WARRIORS ARE UNDEFEATED IN THEIR FIRST SEASON PLAYOFFS AND THEY HOPE TO CONTINUE ON TONIGHT WHEN THEY OPEN THE NBA D-LEAGUE FINALS AGAINST THE RIO GRANDE VIPERS.    THE TIPOFF IS AT 6:30 AT THE SANTA CRUZ WARRIORS ARENA AT 903 PACIFIC AVENUE IN DOWNTOWN SANTA CRUZ.    AFTER THE GAME, THE TEAM WILL TRAVEL TO MCALLEN TEXAS FOR GAME TWO ON SATURDAY EVENING AT 5.  THOSE THAT CAN’T MAKE IT OUT CAN WATCH  THE GAME LIVE ON CBS AT 10 P-M PACIFIC TIME.

 

 

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46 DUI ARRESTS 1 ½ WEEKS 4/25/13 7:00a DMF

THE CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL REPORTS THAT 46 PEOPLE WERE ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF D.U.I. BETWEEN APRIL 11th AND APRIL 22nd IN SANTA CRUZ COUNTY.    OUT OF THE 46 ARRESTED 9 WERE BELIEVED TO BE PRIMARILY UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS AND DURING THE SAME TIME PERIOD 546 DISTRACTED DRIVING CITATIONS WERE ISSUED.   C.H.P. OFFICER SARAH JACKSON REMINDS DRIVERS TO STAY FOCUSED ON SAFE DRIVING, WEAR SEATBELTS AND NOT COUNT ON OTHER DRIVERS TO BE SAFE.

 

 

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PUBLIC SAFETY TAX PROPOSAL 4/25/13 7:00a DMF

 

IN A MEETING TUESDAY THE SALINAS CITY COUNCIL DISCUSSED A NEW TAX PROPOSAL TO HELP FUND THE POLICE DEPARTMENT.     ACCORDING TO SALINAS POLICE CHIEF KELLY MCMILLIN, FOLLOWING A 23% BUDGET CUT THE DEPARTMENT IS UNDERSTAFFED AND WOULD NEED 100 MORE OFFICERS AND 58 PATROL CARS TO ADEQUATELY KEEP THE CITY SAFE.  MAYOR JOE GUNTER BACKS THE PROPOSAL AND CITY STAFF HOPES TO HAVE A PLAN ON HOW THAT TAX WILL LOOK DRAWN UP IN THE NEXT 6 TO 8 WEEKS.

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