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Seaside Officer's Home Searched 9/4/12 10pm AF

The Monterey County District Attorney’s Office served search warrant at the home of a Seaside police officer on Friday.     29-year-old Justin Gill called 911 at 2am on July 31st and reported that he had been stabbed.    However, when emergency crews arrived, Gill appeared to be calm, and this seemed strange to the responding officers.    Blood was found in a downstairs bathroom, as well as a bedroom and the kitchen of the Seaside home, where Gill’s two young daughters were sleeping upstairs.    Gill did not identify his alleged attacker, but did report having made enemies after having affairs with several married women.   Gill is on administrative leave while the investigation continues.

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Sierra LaMar Vigil 9/4/12 9.45pm AF

A candlelight vigil for missing, and presumed dead Morgan Hill teenager Sierra LaMar is scheduled to he held Wednesday evening in Morgan Hill.    The vigil will be held at the Morgan Hill City Hall at 7pm.    The ceremony will include filling the entire city hall courtyard with flameless candles, and using them to spell out a special message to the missing girl.   The public can purchase the flameless votive candles that will be used during the ceremony for 5 dollars at Burnett Elementary School during the day on Wednesday.    All proceeds will go to the Sierra LaMar Fund.

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MAN ARRESTED IN SALINAS - 08/04/12 17:48 S.S.

A 33 YEAR-OLD MAN WAS ARRESTED IN SALINAS THIS AFTERNOON. EDDIE RAMIREZ WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY AT A NORTH MAIN STREET MOTEL. HE FACES CHARGES RELATED TO A FELONY WARRANT, AND RESISTING ARREST. HE WAS BOOKED INTO MONTEREY COUNTY JAIL.

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MI PUEBLO 9/4/12 8:20a DMF

MI PUEBLO FOODS OF SALINAS AND WATSONVILLE HAS BEGUN USING A NEW METHOD OF SCREENING ITS EMPLOYEES. AT THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, MI PUEBLO WILL ADOPT THE E-VERIFY PROGRAM TO CONFIRM EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY FOR FUTURE PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEES.

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HIGHWAY 1 WORK 9/4/12 8:10a DMF

WORK ON HIGHWAY 1 IN BIG SUR BEGAN YESTERDAY. A PROJECT TO CONSTRUCT A PERMANENT VIADUCT ABOUT 15 MILES SOUTH OF CARMEL NEAR ROCKY CREEK BRIDGE IS NOW UNDERWAY. CALTRANS SAID ROADWORK IS TO TAKE PLACE SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, WITH PROJECT COMPLETION SLATED FOR AUGUST 2013.

 

THE PROJECT RESULTED FROM A ROADWAY SPLIPOUT THAT CAUSED SEVERE DAMAGE TO THE SOUTHBOUND LANE AND REQUIRED HWY. 1 TO BE CLOSED FROM NORTH OF BIG SUR AND SOUTH OF CARMEL AT ROCKY CREEK LAST SPRING

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