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Disputed 49ers stadium funds frozen 07/05/12 6p.m. TDH

 

A sacramento judge has intervened in a dispute among officials in santa clara county about funding for the new 49ers stadium.   Officials that control Santa clara county’s remaining redevelopment funds want to re-allocate 30-million dollars to schools and other budget items.  santa clara city leaders and 49ers representatives maintain that the money was already earmarked for the stadium, and that the move cannot be undone.    tuesday,   a judge issued a temporary restraining order, which prevents the money from being spent while the legal process moves forward.

 

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w.v. business owner cited 07/05/12 6p.m. TDH

A Watsonville business owner was cited on Wednesday for selling drug paraphernalia.  Watsonville police officers seized 183 glass pipes from the freedom boulevard store.  68-year-old kwang shin chun was cited for misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia for sale.

 

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PABLO SANDOVAL DELAY 7/5/2012 11:30AM B.B.

NO NEW INFORMATION ABOUT THE SEXUAL ASSAULT CASE OF GIANTS THIRD BASEMAN PABLO SANDOVAL WILL BE RELEASED UNTIL NEXT WEEK, AS NEW INFORMATION HAS BEEN RELEASED TO DETECTIVES INVESTIGATING THE CASE. SANDOVAL WAS ACCUSED OF SEXUALLY ASSAULTING A 21-YEAR-OLD SANTA CRUZ COUNTY WOMAN IN JUNE. SANDOVAL HAS NOT BEEN ARRESTED OR CHARGED, AND WHEN THE INVESTIGATION IS COMPLETE, THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY WILL DECIDE WHETHER OR NOT HE WILL FILE CHARGES.

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6 ARRESTED FOR GANG FIGHT - 07/05/12 11:47 S.S.

1  ADULT  AND  5  TEENAGERS  WERE  ARRESTED  THIS  WEEK,   AFTER  THEY  WERE  REPORTEDLY  INVOLVED  IN  A  GANG  FIGHT  IN  SEASIDE.       THE  FIGHT  ALLEGEDLY  INVOLVED  KNIVES  AND  PIPES,  AND  TOOK  PLACE  NEAR  THE  INTERSECTION  OF  FREMONT  BOULEVARD  AND  ELM  AVENUE.      ALL  OF  THE  SUSPECTS  REPORTEDLY  HAVE  GANG  TIES.      ANYONE  WITH  ANY  INFORMATION  ABOUT THE  TUESDAY  AFTERNOON  FIGHT  IS  ENCOURAGED  TO  CONTACT  THE  SEASIDE  POLICE  DEPARTMENT.

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READ AND RIDE CONTEST - 07/05/12 11:01 S.S.

A  SPECIAL  CONTEST,  ENCOURAGING  KIDS  TO  READ  BOOKS  THIS  SUMMER,   HAS  BEGUN.    THE  MONTEREY  COUNTY  FAIR’S READ  AND  RIDE  CONTEST OFFERS  FREE  CARNIVAL  RIDE  TICKETS  TO  CHILDREN  WHO  READ  A  CERTAIN  NUMBER  OF  BOOKS  THIS  MONTH.   2  FREE  RIDE  TICKETS  WILL  GO  TO  ALL  1ST AND  2ND GRADERS  WHO  READ  AT  LEAST  3  BOOKS  IN  JULY;  ALL  3RD AND  4TH GRADERS  WHO  READ  4  BOOKS  THIS  MONTH;    AND  ALL  5TH AND  6TH GRADERS  WHO  READ  AT  LEAST  5  BOOKS  THIS  MONTH.

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