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A 24-year old Seaside man has been sentenced to spend 10-years in prison for a rape case that occurred last year on Halloween. Luis Sanchez reportedly violently attacked and physically assaulted a woman leaving a Halloween party prior to raping her. The judge ruled that the crimes committed in this case constituted 2 separate strikes” under California's 3-Strike-Law. The convictions will require Sanchez to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.


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WHOLE FOODS SEAFOOD RATING 09-15-10 07:30 a.v.

Plans were announced this week by the Whole Foods Grocery Chain to partner with Monterey Bay Aquarium and Blue Ocean to launch a color-coded seafood rating program. The program, which is intended to measure the environmental impact of it’s wild-caught seafood, is an effort to change seafood policies as concerns about over fishing and the environmental effects of certain fishing methods are being raised. The system assigns seafood a green, yellow or red rating. The rating is based on how abundant the species is, and how sustainable the methods used to catch it are.


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DUI CRASH CLOSES HWY 9 09-14-10 05:20 a.v.

Both lanes of Highway-9 in Ben Lomond were shut down for over 11 hours yesterday after a Boulder Creek resident crashed into a power pole. 27-year old Micah Szoke was arrested for driving under the influence after driving a Cadillac sedan into a pole just before 8 a.m near Middle Drive, an area located between Boulder Creek and Brookdale. Power was shut down to roughly 745 area-customers throughout the day. One lane reopened around noon while P-G-and-E crews worked to replace the pole. The highway was completely re-opened at around 7:30 p.m. Szoke was booked into Santa Cruz County Jail.


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Santa Cruz City Council members voted today to waive overnight camping citations issued to homeless people if they are on a shelter wait list. Current rules allow the city to waive such tickets when the winter shelter at the former National Guard Armory site is full. However, it doesn’t cover times when other year-round shelters are full, but the long-standing practice has been to dismiss citations written when the shelters are full. The city attorney is expected to work out the details about wait list verification with shelter providers.


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DRUGS WORTH 20K FOUND DURING K.C. ARREST 09-14-10 21:40 a.v.

A Long Beach man was arrested on drug charges in King City Monday after he was found urinating behind a gas station.    Marlon K. Wells was stopped at 7:20 p.m. at the Valero Gas Station in the 50,000 block of Mesa Verde Road while he and passenger, Patricia Litel were traveling from Long Beach to the Santa Cruz area.   Officers searched the vehicle and discovered a backpack filled with $20,000 worth of Morhine, Hydromorphone, Oxycontin, and Hydrocodone. The 2 were taken into custody on suspicion of possessing and transporting narcotics for sale.

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