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M H POLICE SEEK VICTIMS - 05/04/12 07:40 S.S.

AUTHORITIES  BELIEVE  A  19  YEAR-OLD  MORGAN  HILL MAN  MAY  HAVE  MORE  VICTIMS.        ANDREW  CAMACHO,  WHO  WAS  INITIALLY  ARRESTED  AFTER  A  14  YEAR-OLD  GIRL  CAME  FORWARD  LAST  MONTH,    IS  BELIEVED  TO  HAVE  HAD  SEXUAL  RELATIONSHIPS  WITH  AT  LEAST  7  UNDERAGE  GIRLS.       ANYONE  WITH  ANY  INFORMATION  ABOUT  ANY  OF  THOSE  INTERACTIONS,   OR  WHO  MAY  ALSO  HAVE  BEEN  CAMACHO’S VICTIM,   IS  ENCOURAGED  TO  CONTACT  THE  MORGAN  HILL  POLICE  DEPARTMENT.

SCC artist of the year: Gary Young 05/03/12 9:50p.m. TDH

Santa cruz’s first poet laureate has won the 2012 santa cruz county artist of the year award. Gary young was the inaugural santa cruz poet laureate in 2010.   In addition to a renowned poet, young is a print artist, and has illustrated several books.  His work is set to be displayed in celebration of the award on may 25th, at the santa cruz museum of art and history.    gary Young is a poetry teacher at U.C. santa cruz; he recently published his latest book of poetry, titled “even so.”   The santa cruz county artist of the year award is given by the county arts commission.

 

Sex offender committed to coalinga 05/03/12 9p.m. TDH

A 57-year-old salinas man who was convicted of several sex crimes has been sentenced to a state medical facility.  John edgington was declared by the monterey county jury to be a “violent sexual offender,” and should be sent to a state hospital instead of prison;   he will be committed to coalinga state hospital.    Edginton had been convicted multiple violent crimes over the past decade.

 

Cell phone causes lockdown 05/03/12 6p.m. TDH

A man with a cell phone caused a lockdown at marina school thursday afternoon.  Los arboles middle school was locked down at about 1:30 p.m., after marina police received a report of a gunman on campus.    It was ultimately determined that the suspect’s cell phone had been mistaken for a gun, and the lockdown was lifted without incident.

 

Driving w/ cellphones tickets 05/03/12 8:30p.m. TDH

A month long local crackdown on drivers using cell phones resulted in more than a-hundred citations during april.    The watsonville police department announced that the “Distracted Driving Awareness Campaign” yielded 114-citations.  15-tickets were also given for drivers without (or with suspended) licenses.   The campaign was funded with a grant from the office of traffic safety.