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SOLEDAD OFFICER STABBED - update - 05/20/14A 06:00 S.S.

A SOLEDAD POLICE OFFICER,  AND AN ELDERLY COUPLE, WERE AIR-LIFTED TO AN AREA TRAUMA CENTER, AFTER A 17 YEAR-OLD BOY ATTACKED ALL 3.     SERGEANT TOM MARCHESE (WHO has  since  been released from the hospital)  WAS STABBED WHEN HE ENTERED A 2ND STREET HOME TO HELP THE COUPLE.   2 OTHER POLICE OFFICERS ALSO RECEIVED MINOR INJURIES BEFORE THE 17 YEAR-OLD WAS SUBDUED AND ARRESTED.

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SOLEDAD OFFICERS STABBED 5-19-14 1800 OG

THREE POLICE OFFICERS AND AN ELDERLY COUPLE WERE STABBED BY THE COUPLE’S TEENAGE GRANDSON IN SOLEDAD TODAY (MON). AT 3:30 P-M, A 9-1-1 CALL WAS MADE FROM A HOME ON SECOND STREET IN SOLEDAD AND SCREAMING COULD BE HEARD IN THE BACKGROUND. UPON ARRIVAL, THE OFFICERS HEARD MORE SCREAMING AND BROKE DOWN THE LOCKED DOOR. THE TEENAGER IMMEDIATELY BEGAN STABBING A SERGEANT WHO WAS FIRST IN THE DOOR AND THEN TURNED ON TWO OTHER OFFICERS AND HIS GRANDPARENTS. THE GRANDSON WAS TAZED BUT HAD TO BE WRESTLED TO THE GROUND AND SUBDUED. HELICOPTERS FLEW THE OFFICERS, GRANDPARENTS, AND TEENAGE ASSAILANT TO A BAY AREA TRAUMA CENTER FOR TREATMENT.
BACK-UP RESPONDERS CAME IN FROM GREENFIELD, GONZALEZ, AND THE CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL.

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POLL: STUDENTS REJECT NAT’L LEADERS 5-19-14 1730 OG

A RECENT SURVEY OF U-S COLLEGE STUDENTS SHOWS GROWING DISSATISFACTION WITH NATIONAL LEADERS. THE SURVEY, CONDUCTED BY HART RESEARCH AND COMMISSIONED BY THE PANETTA INSTITUTE, FOUND THAT ONLY 39 PERCENT OF RESPONDENTS ARE SATISFIED WITH THE COUNTRY’S POLITICAL LEADERSHIP. THIS IS A SIGNIFICANT DROP FROM THE 73 PERCENT THAT WERE SATISFIED AT THE START OF THE 2009. ADDITIONALLY, THE MAJORITY OF THE STUDENTS BELIEVE THEIR GENERATION WILL FACE THE BIGGEST CHALLENGES ON A NATIONAL LEVEL AND ARE LESS CONCERNED ABOUT THREATS INTERNATIONALLY.

EIGHT HUNDRED SEVENTEEN COLLEGE STUDENTS WERE INCLUDED IN THE SAMPLE VIA PHONE INTERVIEWS AND ONLINE SURVEYS. THE MARGIN OF ERROR IS PLUS OR MINUS 3 POINT FIVE PERCENT.

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LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHER HONORED 5-19-14 1645 OG

LOCAL STUDENT AND PART-TIME SENTINEL PHOTOGRAPHER, KEVIN JOHNSON, WAS HONORED FOR HIS WORK. JOHNSON’S 24 PHOTO PORTFOLIO (WHICH FEATURED SUBJECTS FROM BREAKING NEWS TO LOCAL SPORTS), TOOK SECOND PLACE IN THE STUDENT DIVISION AT THE 40TH ANNUAL NEWS PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO COMPETITION BANQUET HELD IN OAKLAND OVER THE WEEKEND. JOHNSON CREDITS PHOTOJOURNALISM CLASSES AT CABRILLO COLLEGE AND A 2011 INTERNSHIP AT THE SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL FOR HELPING HIM WORK THROUGH HIS SHYNESS AND DEVELOP CAREER GOALS. HE WILL GRADUATE FROM SAN JOSE STATE THIS MONTH WITH A MAJOR IN JOURNALISM.

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SPCA MONTEREY RUNS STABLES 5-19-14 1615 OG

THE SPCA FOR MONTEREY COUNTY NOW RUNS AFFORDABLE HORSE BOARDING STABLES IN SALINAS. THE SPCA STABLES AT INDIAN SPRINGS, FORMERLY THE INDIAN SPRINGS EQUESTRIAN CENTER, OFFERS LARGE STALLS, RIDING AREAS, EVENING EVENTS, AND MORE. IN ADDITION TO STANDARD BOARDING AND EVENT SERVICES, THE STABLES WILL HOST GROUPS DEDICATED TO EQUINE LEARNING PROGRAMS FOR LOCAL CHILDREN WITH SOCIAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT S P C A M C DOT ORG SLASH STABLES (SPCAMC.ORG/STABLES)

 

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