A statewide Amber Alert has been issued this morning out of the City of Sunnyvale. Authorities are searching for 2 week old Henry Guler-Romero who was abducted at 4:15 p.m. yesterday. The suspect, 22-year old Mesut Guler, has been described as six feet tall, 120 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen driving a tan 2004 G-M-C Envoy, with the California License Plate number 6 H I L 8 9 2. The vehicle also has a large American Eagle on a rear window. Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Sunnyvale Police Department.
Police in Santa Cruz are searching for two suspects after a shooting took place on Riverside Avenue in the Beach Flats area last night. Two males seen wearing gray hooded sweatshirts, fled the area just after 9 p.m. One victim suffered injuries in the shoulder and lost consciousness.
Monterey County residents rejected Opposing Fort Ord Land use Measures M and K yesterday. 47% voted Yes for Measure M while 52% voted against it. 38% voted for Measure K while 62% voted against it. Measure M would have permanently blocked development of about 540 acres of the former Fort Ord, while Measure K would have approved development for the Monterey Downs horse racing track. The open space now remains in the hands of elected officials. In the Alisal Unified School District Trustee Area 2 Maricel Cruz won with 63% of the vote, Alisal Trustee Area 3, Noemi Armenta won Jose Castaneda’s former seat with 550 votes at 71% and Alisal Trustee Area 5 Guadalupe Guzman won with 66% of the vote. Monterey County Board of Education Trustee Area 7 David Serena had 964 votes and Sergio Alejo garnered 962 votes, both had 50-percent of the vote, a recount is expected.
For a complete list of election results in Monterey County visit: http://www.montereycountyelections.us/Election%20Result.htm
A lawsuit filed by a UC-Santa Cruz graduate student alleges their daughter’s breathing problems were caused by a toxic mold found in his University campus apartment. Matthew Richert and his wife filed the suit against UCSC and are seeking an excess of $25,000. Richert says they started noticing mold on their walls in the Fall of 2011, around the same time his 1-year old daughter’s respiratory problems started. The university conducted a mold inspection in may and found about 60 of the 200 family units needed repair.
Two Central Coast fire departments are about to join forces to provide emergency services. Officials say the partnership between the Monterey and Monterey Airport District fire Departments will significantly lower fire and emergency response times especially along the Highway 68 corridor, the airport commercial district, Ryan Ranch and the Deer Flats and Fisherman’s Flats neighborhood. A formal announcement of the partnership is expected to be made at a news conference tomorrow at 11 a.m.
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