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SALINAS ROBBERY-6/15/13- 7:57 PMD

there was an armed robbery on natividad street friday.  the salinas police department reports that about 10:15 a-m, 2 men armed with a pistol and a shotgun robbed the at&t store at gunpoint for an undisclosed amount of cash. the suspects are described as HISPANIC MALES, 5-8, 200 LBS WEARING STRAW HATS AND GRAY COLORED CLOTHING. they fled in a dark colored sedan. anyone with any information is urged to contact the salinas police department.

 

 

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CORRALITOS BURGLARY SUSPECT-6/14/13-17:57 PMD

THE HOLLISTER MAN ARRESTED FOR BURGLARY WAS IN A SANTA CRUZ COUNTY COURTROOM TODAY (FRIDAY).   43 YEAR OLD MARK TIMOTHY TRINIDAD IS BEING CHARGED WITH GRAND THEFT AUTO, 1ST DEGREE BURGLARY, DRUG POSSESSION, BEING A FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM, AND OTHER CRIMESTRINIDAD PLEADED NOT GUILTY FOR THE BURGLARY THAT LEFT THE RANSACKED HOME UNINHABITABLE, AND WITH REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR ESTIMATES APPROACHING 150 THOUSAND DOLLARS.

 

 

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CHINATOWN BATHROOMS-6/14/13-16:37 PMD

SALINAS CHINATOWN DISTRICT HAS BEEN THE CENTER OF THE CITY’S HOMELESS POPULATION. AT THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR PORTA-POTIES WERE BROUGHT TO THE AREA TO SOLVE SANITATION ISSUES, AND IMPROVEMENTS WERE NOTED.  NOW, AFTER SOME OF THE HOMELESS POPULATION HAS MIGRATED TO THE DOWNTOWN BUSINESS AREA, SOLUTIONS FOR THE SANITATION ISSUES ARE BEING EXAMINED FOR THAT AREA AS WELL. THE CITY IS EXPLORING THE POSSIBILITY OF PURCHASING UNUSED BUILDINGS AND EQUIPPING THEM WITH BATHROOMS AND SHOWERS AS A WAY TO KEEP STORE FRONT AREAS CLEAN.

 

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SANTA CRUZ BODY I-D’ED-6/14/13-16:37 PMD

THE BODY THAT WAS PULLED OUT OF THE BAY HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED.  CREWMEMBERS ON A SAILBOAT REPORTED FINDING A BODY A HALF MILE OFF THE SANTA CRUZ MAIN BEACH WHARF AREA.  THE BODY WAS IDENTIFIED TODAY AS 27 YEAR OLD BRIAN EARL TAYLOR. AN AUTOPSY WILL BE PERFORMED SATURDAY TO DETERMINE THE CAUSE OF DEATH. AT THIS TIME FOUL PLAY IS NOT SUSPECTED.

 

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SANTA CRUZ MEMORIAL BENCH-6/14/13-16:37 PMD

THE SANTA CRUZ POLICE DEPARTMENT HELD A DEDICATION CEREMONY THURSDAY EVENING.   THE DEPARTMENT UNVEILED A NEW MEMORIAL BENCH HONORING ITS MOST RECENTLY FALLEN OFFICERS.  DETECTIVE ELIZABETH BUTLER AND SGT. BUTCH BAKER WERE SLAIN DURING A ROUTINE CALL FOLLOW UP.

 

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