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soledad police layoffs - 05/02/12 06:10 e.a.

in an effort to alleviate budget issues, the city of soledad is planning to lay off 3 to 5 police officers by july.  soledad currently has 16 sworn officers, or point 5 officers per 1-thousand residents.  the california peace officers standards and training commission RECOMMENDS police staffing of 1 and a half to 2 officers per 1-thousand residents.

hollister foreclosure fraud - 05/02/12 06:05 e.a.

a hollister church bishop has pleaded guilty to felony foreclosure fraud.  56 year old wesley fort admitted to defrauding homeowners in san jose and milpitas out of more than 650-thousand dollars.  fort promised families he could save their homes from foreclosure, convincing them to transfer titles to him to stop the foreclosure process.  the victims paid fort monthly payments, while he sold the properties at a profit to himself.  a sentencing hearing has been scheduled for november 16th.

tenorio killer sentenced - 05/02/12 06:00 e.a.

a santa cruz gang member convicted of killing 16 year old tyler tonorio was sentenced yesterday to 31 years in prison.  23 year old pasqual duran reyes is one of two men convicted of manslaughter, gang involvement and other crimes involved in the 2009 stabbing death of the santa cruz high school studentwalter antonio escalante is expected to be sentenced today to an 11 year term.  25 year old paulo luna, and 25 year old ivan ramirez are still wanted by santa cruz police in connection with the murder.

oral ads - monterey - 05/02/12 05:55 e.a.

restaurant owners on the monterey wharf could see stiffer fines if their employees stand out front and solicit visitors inside the restaurant.  the monterey city council voted at their meeting last night to increase the fine for “oral ADVERTISING” from 250 dollar to 1-thousand dollars.  the city council is expected to hear a proposal at a future meeting that bans restaurants from serving clam chowder in front of the business.

SEASIDE MEN PLEAD NO CONTEST - 05/01/12 18:45 S.S.

2  SALINAS  MEN  HAVE  PLEADED  “NO  CONTEST”  TO  CHARGES  OF  VOLUNTARY  MANSLAUGHTER AND  ATTEMPTED  MURDER.     21  YEAR-OLD  ANDRE  LEE-VAN AND  22  YEAR-OLD  JAMES  SMITH,    WHO  HAD  FACED  POTENTIAL  LIFE  SENTENCES  FOR  THE  2009  SEASIDE MURDER OF  23  YEAR-OLD SALINAS  RESIDENT  TROY  HILL,  AND  THE  ATTEMPTED  MURDER OF  SCOTT  REYNOLDSLEE-VAN AND  SMITH ARE  NOW  EXPECTED  TO  BE  SENTENCED  LATER  THIS  MONTH,   TO  SPEND  18-AND-A-QUARTER  YEARS BEHIND  BARS.