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pepper spray injures students 04/25/12 0700 e.a.

about 10 students at new brighton middle school were injured yesterday when a 12 year old boy sprayed pepper spray at the ground.  although the students complained of watery eyes and coughing fits, none of the injured students were sent to the hospital.  santa cruz police determined that the boy did not spray at any individual victim.

sv molest arraignment 04/25/12 0700 e.a.

a scotts valley man accused of sex crimes against 2 teenage girls pleaded not guilty on tuesday.  42 year old david paul escobar faces 47 charges of sex acts, and possession of pornographic images of a minor. a preliminary hearing was scheduled for june 4th.   escobar remains in santa cruz county jail¸ on 1 million dollars bail.

OLINGER’S KILLER ADMITS GUILT - 04/24/12 18:30 S.S.

A  MAN  ACCUSED  OF  KIDNAPPINGCAR-JACKING,  AND  STABBING  TO  DEATH,   A  PACIFIC  GROVE  TEENAGER BACK  IN  1997,   HAS  PLEADED  GUILTY  TO  FIRST-DEGREE  MURDER.     ANGEL  RUELAS MADE  THAT  PLEA  TODAY  (WHEN  JURY  SELECTION  FOR  THE  MURDER  TRIAL  WAS  SCHEDULED  TO  BEGIN).     KRISTOPHER  OLINGER’S BODY  WAS  FOUND  NEAR  THE  PACIFIC  GROVE  RECREATION TRAIL IN  SEPTEMBER  OF  1997.  HE  HAD  BEEN  OUT  TAKING  PICTURES  OF  THE  POINT  PINOS  LIGHTHOUSE FOR  A  SCHOOL  PROJECT.

NEWBORN FAWN SEEN IN P.G. - 04/24/12 18:03 S.S.

A  NEWBORN  FAWN  TOOK  A  NAP  ON  A  PACIFIC  GROVE  MAN’S  WELCOME  MAT THIS MORNING.    THE  LITTLE  FAWN’S  MOM  GRAZED  IN  THE  MAN’S  GARDEN  FOR  A  WHILE,  THEN  THE  NEWBORN AND  HIS  MOM  STROLLED  OFF  DOWN  SEAVIEW  AVENUE.

ENTANGLED WHALE GETS CLOSER - 04/24/12 17:45 S.S.

crews  with  the  coast  guardn.o.a.a. and  the  marine  mammal  center hope  to  be  able  to  help  a  40-foot gray  whale  tomorrow.     that  after  the  whale  got  entangled  in  a  net  off  the  coast  of  southern  california  last  week.      it’s  been  headed  north  ever  since,   and  is  expected  to  get  to  the  monterey bay tomorrow  morning.

it  was  spotted  this  morning  near  limekiln  state  park….near  the  monterey – san  luis  obispo  county  line.