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Hollister motel robberies 03/11/12 TDH

Hollister police are trying to determine if 2 recent robberies are connected.  Both occurred at motels on san felipe road.  The first incident was last Thursday, when the wiebe was held up.  On Saturday, (just up the road), the cinderella Motel was robbed, and the clerk was stabbed during the incident.  The victim was air lifted to an out of county hospital.  Anyone with information about either robbery is encouraged to contact the Hollister police department.

 

Groundwater awareness week 03/11/12 TDH

This week, Officials with the soquel creek water district are promoting “national groundwater awareness week.”  Customers of the water district are encouraged to take advantage of the free services that are offered, including a “water-wise” inspection to help identify any potential leaks.  Conservation specialists can also make recommendations for ways to save money on your bill.   There is also a range of free products to help conserve water at the district’s office, such as shower heads and hose nozzles.  The office is located at 5180 soquel drive. There’s more information online, at:  soquel creek water dot org.

Food vendor bill changed 03/11/12 TDH

A proposed bill to limit food trucks’ access to schools has been altered.   The bill’s author, local assemblyman bill monning, reduced the proposed boundary from 15-hundred feet to 5-hundred feet.  That’s how far away mobile food vendors would have to stay from schools, if the bill passes.   monning also added exemptions for construction and film crews that might be working within that limit.  Vendors would also be able to operate from any private property within the boundary.  In both cases, food vendors would still be prohibited from selling snacks and other foods to children under 18.

Foreclosure protest 03/11/12 TDH

Protesters in santa cruz turned out sunday to march against bank foreclosure practices.   Dozens of people gathered at the steps of the county courthouse on water street, before marching to local bank branches.   Members of the local “occupy” movement were on hand, as were members of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and students from U-C-S-C.  Protesters called for an end to what they deem “fraudulent foreclosures” being perpetrated by big banks.

Domestic violence conviction 03/08/12 8p.m. TDH

A salinas man has been found guilty of multiple crimes in connection with 2 incidents of domestic violence.  36-year-old noah ryan encallado was convicted of domestic violence, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and making death threats.    he was on bail for a 2008 incident, when, in 2010, he again assaulted a woman.    Encallado had multiple previous convictions for violent crimes.  He is facing a possible sentence of life in prison.