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TORTURED CAT PUT DOWN-5/15/14-1649-PMD

 

THE CAT THAT SURVIVED A SEXUALLY SADISTIC TORTURE ORDEAL HAS BEEN EUTHANIZED.  THE OWNERS OF THE 9 YEAR OLD BOULDER CREEK PET DECIDED TO END THE SUFFERING OF THEIR CAT. THE TABBY, NAMED MAKI HAS BEEN IN PAIN SINCE APRIL 28TH WHEN AT LEAST 2 PEOPLE HELD THE HOUSE CAT DOWN AND SEXUALLY VIOLATED THE PET WITH FOREIGN OBJECTS.   AUTHORITIES WARN THAT THIS TYPE OF BEHAVIOR USUALLY CARRIES OVER TO HUMAN VICTIMS. THE PETA ORGANIZATION IS OFFERING A 5-THOUSAND DOLLAR REWARD FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE ARREST OF THOSE RESPONSIBLE. 

 

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Alert: Missing Child SC-5/15/14-1800-PMD

 

THE SANTA CRUZ POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS ISSUED A MISSING CHILD ALERT.  THE PUBLIC IS URGED TO BE ON THE LOOK OUT FOR

Jesse Kirkman, 12 years of age, male, Caucasian, 5' tall, apprx. 90 lbs, blond hair, black T-shirt, grey shorts. 

Last seen: 730 Soquel Ave, 1550 hours, 05-15-14. 

If you have information that can assist in helping safely locate Jesse Kirkman, please call 911 or contact the police. 

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CA BILL FOR WILDERNESS PROTECTION- 05-15-14 14:00 SG

A BILL HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED THAT WOULD EXPAND PROTECTIONS ON CENTRAL COAST WILDERNESS. REPRESENTATIVE LOIS CAPPS INTRODUCED THE CENTRAL COAST HERITAGE ACT AT A PRESS CONFERENCE IN SANTA BARBARA TODAY (THURS).     THE BILL WOULD DESIGNATE NEARLY 250-THOUSAND ACRES IN THE LOS PADRES NATIONAL FOREST AND CARRIZO PLAIN NATIONAL MONUMENT AS WILDERNESS.    THE DESIGNATION WOULD PROHIBIT DRIVING, BUILDING, LOGGING AND MINING ON THE LAND.     THE BILL WILL BE FORMALLY INTRODUCED TO THE LEGISLATURE ON MONDAY.

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S.C. INCREASES ARANA GULCH ACCESS- 05-15-14 12:00 SG

THE CITY OF SANTA CRUZ IS INCREASING ACCESS TO THE ARANA GULCH WITH MULTI-USE TRAILS.     THE TRAIL SYSTEM IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND WILL PROVIDE A CROSS-TOWN LINK FOR BOTH PEDESTRIANS AND BICYCLISTS. ADDITIONALLY THE PROJECT WILL PROVIDE HABITAT PROTECTION AND GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE.     THE NEARLY ONE-MILE LONG TRAIL SYSTEM IS SCHEDULED TO OPEN IN NOVEMBER.

 

 

 

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SALINAS RIVER WATER PERMIT- 05-15-14 10:30 SG

MONTEREY COUNTY WATER OFFICIALS HAVE ACCEPTED A RECOMMENDATION TO USE A SALINAS RIVER WATER RIGHT PERMIT.     MEMBERS OF THE WATER RESOURCES AGENCY ACCEPTED THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE’S PROPOSAL IN A MEETING YESTERDAY MORNING (WED).      THE PERMIT WOULD DIVERT RIVER WATER FOR AGRICULTURAL AND URBAN USE.    THE AGENCY ADDED THEY WANT THE RIVER PROJECT TO BE PART OF A LARGER SOLUTION FOR SALINAS VALLEY.     THE PROPOSAL WILL BE REVIEWED NEXT BY THE FULL AGENCY BOARD ON JUNE 2ND.

 

 

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