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wville business park 02/29/12 0745 e.a.

 

 

 

a contract for the design of a proposed business park in watsonville was approved by the city council at their meeting last night.  the 95 acre manabe-ow business park has been in the works for nearly 20 years.  more than 2-thousand jobs are expected to be generated by project over the next 2 decades.  the contract with devcon construction is not to exceed  406-thousand dollars.

occupy education 02/29/12 0715 e.a.

 

 

 

members of the group occupy education have announced a plan to shut down the u.c. santa cruz campus tomorrow.   the group, comprised of ucsc students, employees and community members plan on a strike starting at 4:30 a.m. tomorrow.  occupy education members will hold rallies at noon and 5 p.m.    the group says that other than emergency vehicles and a few exceptions, all traffic onto campus will be blocked.

sc child cruelty 02/29/12 0645 e.a.

 

 

2 people were arrested on child cruelty charges early sunday morning in santa cruz.  multiple law ENFORCEMENT agencies aided in a parole search at a frederick street apartment in which 30 year old brenda valencia and 32 year old raymond watkins were living.  law enforcement agents found a .22 caliber gun with ammunition, marijuana and drug paraphernalia,   all within easy access of valencia’s 8 year old son.   both suspects were arrested on multiple charges, including felony cruelty to a child, possession of a controlled substance, and parole violations.   they remain at santa cruz county jail.

shoulder tap operation 02/29/12 0630 e.a.

an operation last week to catch people buying alcohol for minors resulted in a number of citations.  watsonville police officers and officials from the state department of alcoholic beverage control conducted the “shoulder tap” operation on thursday at liquor stores and gas stations around the city.  4 people were ticketed on suspicion of furnishing alcohol to minors.

 

more enforcement operations are expected through june.  a grant to fund police overtime during the “shoulder tap” operation was funded by the california office of traffic safety and the national highway traffic safety administration.

TORTURE AND ROBBERY IN L O - 02/28/12 21:28 S.S.

The  PUBLIC’S  ASSISTANCE  IS  BEING  SOUGHT  IN  CONNECTION  WITH  last  weekend’s  TORTURE  AND  ROBBERY  OF  A  MAN  in the  live  oak  area  of  santa  cruz.      The  35  YEAR-OLD  VICTIM  WAS  TORTURED  IN  A  MOTEL  ROOM,  AFTER  HE  WENT  THERE   WITH   2  MEN  AND  A  WOMAN  (TO  CONTINUE  PARTYING,   AFTER  THE  PACIFIC  AVENUE BAR  (THEY  WERE  ALL  AT)  CLOSED  FOR  THE  NIGHT).

1  SUSPECT  WAS  DESCRIBED  AS  ABOUT  A  6  FOOT  TALLTHIN20  YEAR-OLD  BEARDED  MAN,   WITH  SHORT  BROWN  HAIR,  AND  DOTTED  TATTOOS  ON  HIS  FACE;    WHILE    THE  OTHER  MAN  WAS  DESCRIBED  AS  A  30  YEAR-OLD6  FOOT  2  INCH  TALL,   THIN  WHITE  MAN WITH  DREADLOCKED  LONG  HAIR AND  A  GOATEE.   THE  WOMAN  WAS  DESCRIBED  AS  BEING  18  YEARS-OLD.

THE  SUSPECTS  LEFT  THE  SANTA  CRUZ  INN ON  SOQUEL  AVENUE IN  THE  VICTIM’S  RED  1991  NISSAN  SENTRA (WITH  CALIFORNIA  LICENSE  PLATE  6DDR 049.

ANYONE  WITH  ANY  INFORMATION  ON  THE  SUSPECTS  IS  ENCOURAGED  TO  CONTACT  THE  SANTA  CRUZ  COUNTY SHERIFF’S  DEPARTMENT.