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MPC RANKS HIGH IN SURVEY 02-08-11 18:00 a.v.

Monterey Peninsula College received high marks in a statewide audit this week. The audit, which evaluated 36-California community colleges for their responsiveness to public record requests, tested each district’s compliance with state public records laws when receiving a request from an unknown person. MPC had a timely response to the request for information, provided all the information requested and did not question the identity of the person making the request. According to an audit official, the college received an A-plus.




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A man is being sought in Santa Cruz County after a Cabrillo College student was attacked Monday night. The 17-year old girl was walking to class from a covered parking garage on Soquel and Cabrillo College Drive at around 7 p.m. when the man attempted to physically assault her. The victim was able to push her attacker away. The man fled and was last seen driving away in a light-colored car. The suspect is described as in his 40s, from 5-feet, 6-inches tall to 5-feet-8-inches tall with a medium build. Anyone with any information is asked to call the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Department or Cabrillo College.

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A Gilroy man who exposed himself while standing in front of a window, has been arrested. Police responded to a home on the 1100 block of Driftwood Street yesterday after receiving numerous complaints along with a video from a victim, of Martin Kemmeries standing nude and exposing himself . Multiple victims say Kemmeries exposed himself to people who would pass by his home. Kemmeries was booked into Santa Clara County Jail on charges of indecent exposure.

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S.C. CRIMINAL OFFENDERS GRANT 02-08-11 17:30 a.v.

The Justice Department seeks to award a $750,000 grant to the Santa Cruz County Probation for a program aimed at reducing repeat criminal offenses. The Santa Cruz County Board of supervisors is expected to approve the R-5 grant today, which stands for recidivism reduction through research based rehabilitation and re-entry. The program, which focuses on repeat criminal offenders between the ages of 18 to 25, is aimed at rehabilitating and treating offenders for drug abuse and criminal thinking.


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In an annual report released last week, the City of Salinas was ranked as one of the most miserable cities in the country. Salinas was ranked as Number 18 on the Forbes.com Most Miserable Cities List. One of the reasons why Salinas made the list include plummeting home prices – in the past 3 years home prices in the city fell 61%. Although Salinas did get recognized by the writers at Forbes.com for the best weather in the country.




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