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Watsonville stabbing -5/11/13 17:05 pmd

A WATSONVILLE MAN IS IN JAIL ON ATTEMPTED MURDER CHARGES.

OFFICERS WERE RESPONDING TO A REPORT OF A STABBING, ON THE 200 BLOCK OF PENNSYLVANIA AVE, WHEN THEY NOTICED A CAR SPEEDING AWAY.   POLICE FOLLOWED THE CAR TO THE HOSPITAL WHERE IT WAS TRANSPORTING A 28 YEAR OLD WOMAN WITH A STAB WOUND TO THE NECK.  THE FOLLOWING DAY THE WOMAN’S BOYFRIEND TURNED HIMSELF INTO POLICE. GABRIEL MENDOZA WAS BOOKED INTO SANTA CRUZ COUNTY JAIL ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ATTEMPTED MURDER CHARGES.

 

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SAN BENITO CO LAW CONTRACT-5/11/13 16:20 PMD

san benito county supervisors’ INTERIM administrative officer is requesting proposals from both the hollister police department and THE SAN benito county sheriff’s department, on cost of providing law enforcement to the communities. the inter-agency collaboration IS AN attempt at providing the area with consolidated safety services in a cost effective manner.

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GRANITE ROCK GOATS-5/10/13 15:50 PMD

the graniterock company is trying to ERADICATE some non native plant species.   the company has recently ENLISTED THE help of 95 goats from a la honda based landscaping solutions company.   the goats can access difficult terrain and eat the unwanted FOLIAGE before it can go to seed. the goats are CURRENTLY being used at the sand plant just north of santa cruz.

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BOARDWALK COASTER -5/11/13 16:10 PMD

CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEWEST ADDITION TO THE BOARDWALK IS NEARING COMPETITION.    THE NEW ROLLER COASTER NAMED THE UNDERTOW IS SAID TO BE THE ONLY SPINNING COASTER IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA.    THE UNDERTOW WILL BE THE BOARDWALKS PREMIER NEW RIDE, AND IS SET TO DEBUT WHEN THE AMUSEMENT PARK’S 2013 SEASON OFFICIALLY OPENS IN JUNE. THE NEW ROLLERCOASTER IS TAKING THE PLACE OF THE HURRICANE ROLLER COASTER.  THE HURRICANE IS NOW BEING RE ASSEMBLED IN AN AMUSEMENT PARK IN NEW MEXICO.

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OPERATION CLEAN STREETS- 5/11/13 15:15 PMD

60 MONTEREY COUNTY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS, HELPED BY 40 FEDERAL OFFICERS TOOK TO THE STREETS, WITH 152 WARRANTS LAST THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, FOR OPERATION CLEAN SWEEP. THE JOINT EFFORT IS AIMED AT GETTING THE MOST DANGEROUS FUGITIVES OFF THE STREETS.   THE INTER-AGENCY TASK FORCE MADE 15 ARRESTS IN SALINAS, 2 ON THE PENINSULA, AND ANOTHER 7 IN SOUTH COUNTY, AS WELL AS CLEARED THE STREETS OF 7 FIREARMS.

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