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CSUMB STUDENT KILLED OFF BALCONY ID 10-02-2013 15:00 av

A CSU MONTEREY BAY STUDENT WHO WAS KILLED AFTER FALLING FROM A BALCONY OVER THE WEEKEND, HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS 19-YEAR OLD JESSE BAZA.  POLICE SAY BAZA WAS FROM VENTURA AND WAS LIVING IN THE STUDENT HOUSING IN ONE OF THE OFF-CAMPUS DORMITORIES AT THE PINNACLES SUITES.  HIS CAUSE OF DEATH REMAINS UNDER INVESTIGATION HOWEVER AUTHORITIES DON’T BELIEVE FOUL PLAY WAS INVOLVED.   UNIVERSITY OFFICIALS PLAN TO HOLD AN ON-CAMPUS MEMORIAL FOR BAZA IN THE NEAR FUTURE.

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2010 FATAL SHOOTING NOT GUILTY PLEA 10-02-2013 14:30 av

TWO 21-YEAR OLD SALINAS MEN PLEADED NOT GUILTY TODAY TO FIRST DEGREE MURDER CHARGES IN CONNECTION WITH A 2010 ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING DEATH OF A 6-YEAR OLD BOY.  PROSECUTORS SAY EDMUNDO PULIDO AND BERNARDO CAMACHO EACH FACE SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES CHARGES THAT MAKE THE CASE ELIGIBLE FOR THE DEATH-PENALTY.   IF THE DA DECIDES NOT TO PURSUE THE DEATH PENALTY, BOTH FACE LIFE IN PRISON WITHOUT THE POSSIBILITY OF PAROLE IF CONVICTED.  AZAHEL CRUZ WAS KILLED IN HIS HOME BY A STRAY BULLET FROM WHAT IS BEING CALLED A RETALIATORY SHOOTING BETWEEN RIVAL GANGS.

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SANTA CRUZ STOLEN GUITARS ARREST 10-02-2013 13:30 av

TWO MEN WERE BOOKED INTO SANTA CRUZ COUNTY JAIL THIS WEEK IN CONNECTION WITH POSSESSING STOLEN PROPERTY AND METHAMPHETAMINE.   48-YEAR OLD JAMES DERMATES AND 49-YEAR OLD ANTHONY DALGLISH WERE ARRESTED MONDAY AFTER A FAILED ATTEMPT TO SELL THREE CUSTOM GATEWOOD GUITARS, WORTH $9,000, TO A LIVE OAK RESIDENT.     THE RESIDENT CONTACTED POLICE AFTER LEARNING THE GUITARS WERE POSSIBLY STOLEN.    INVESTIGATORS DISCOVERED THE GUITARS WERE TAKEN FROM A MODESTO BUSINESS IN JULY.   THE MEN WERE RELEASED ON A $5,000 BOND.

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GOLDEN STATE THEATER 10-02-2013 13:00 av

THE CITY OF MONTEREY IS MOVING FORWARD WITH PLANS TO FIND A NEW OWNER FOR THE GOLDEN STATE THEATER.   COUNCIL MEMBERS MET TUESDAY TO DISCUSS THE RESULTS OF SEVERAL MEETINGS HELD WITH CITY RESIDENTS, ABOUT WHETHER THE CITY SHOULD SEEK OWNERSHIP OF THE THEATER.   RESIDENTS AGREED THEY SHOULD, AND NOW THE CITY IS WORKING TO MAKE IT HAPPEN.   SOME OF THE OPTIONS INCLUDE BORROWING MONEY FROM THE CITY’S PARKING FUND AND THEN PAYING IT BACK WITH REVENUE FROM THE THEATER, TO APPLYING FOR A GRANT.

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FORT ORD LAND USE MTG. (WED) 10-02-2013 09:30 av

PACIFIC GROVE CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS WILL MEET TONIGHT TO CONSIDER A REPORT THAT ALLOWS LOCAL JURISDICTIONS TO MAKE LAND-USE DECISIONS REGARDING THE FORMER FORT ORD, INSTEAD OF TWO COMPETING MEASURES.    THE STAFF REPORT BY CITY MANAGER THOMAS FRUTCHEY URGES LOCAL JURISDICTIONS SUCH AS SEASIDE, MONTEREY COUNTY, THE FORT ORD REUSE AUTHORITY AND THE LOCAL AGENCY FORMATION COMMISSION MAKE LAND-USE DECISIONS, INSTEAD OF BALLOT MEASURES, LIKE MEASURES K AND M.   THE TWO FORT ORD LAND-USE MEASURES WILL GO TO VOTERS IN NOVEMBER. 

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