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Not guilty plea, marijuana 04/02/12 5:45p.m. TDH

A salinas man accused of taking part in a marijuana growing operation pleaded not guilty monday in a santa cruz county courtroom.   29-year-old ryan tate faces charges of drug cultivation and drug sales.  He was arrested along with 2-other men, after santa cruz county sheriff’s deputies seized about 16-hundred plants from a property in Watsonville.   Tate was released on bail following his plea hearing.  The other 2 suspects are expected to be arraigned on april 11th.


Most wanted arrest 04/02/12 6:45p.m. TDH

A 26-year-old man is set to appear in court this week, to answer to outstanding forgery charges.  Watsonville resident ariel cruz Ramirez had been listed on the santa cruz county most wanted list in January.   He was taken into custody, and booked into santa cruz county jail last week.  Ramirez is scheduled to return to a santa cruz county courtroom wednesday.


Trial date set, molestation 04/02/12 6:30p.m. TDH

2-men accused of giving a minor alcohol and then molesting her, have had a trial date set.  21-year-old cesar perez duran and 19-year-old angel jesus rocha were arrested in march of 2011, after the incident was reported.   If convicted, the Watsonville residents could face up to 8-years in prison.  They are set to go to trial on july 23rd.


Former officer not guilty 04/02/12 6:50p.m. TDH

A former seaside police officer has been found not guilty on more than 3-dozen sexual abuse charges.  32-year-old Salvador reynaga had faced 39-counts for allegations from 6-different women, that he had sexually assaulted them in separate incidents.  Reynaga was fired from the seaside police department after the allegations surfaced, however he has now been cleared of criminal wrongdoing.

m.h. redevelopment funds 04/02/12 1030 e.a.

the morgan hill city council has agreed to approve a plan to spend the remaining funds from the former redevelopment agency’s 2008 bond proceeds.  just under 20 million dollars remain from the bond, and the city council voted to spend it on downtown parking improvements and street improvements. a multi-level parking structure is planed for monetery road, as well as side street improvements and median work along downtown roads.  a feasibility report is expected to be presented at the city council’s wednesday meeting.