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LAST MINUTE PLEA - 03/26/13 17:58 GE

A MAN HAS PLEADED GUILTY TO FIREARM POSSESSION AND GANG

AFFILIATION. ANDREW MORA WAS STOPPED ON PACIFIC AVENUE IN

SANTA CRUZ LAST HALLOWE'EN AND WAS FOUND CARRYING A .22

REVOLVER IN HIS BOXER SHORTS. HE CHANGED HIS PLEA JUST

AS THE JURY ENTERED THE ROOM TO BEGIN TRIAL ON TUESDAY.

MORA ALSO ADMITTED TO BURGLARY AND VEHICLE THEFT, WHICH

HE WAS CONVICTED OF IN MONTEREY AND SANTA CLARA COUNTIES.

SENTENCING IS SCHEDULED FOR MAY 13TH.

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STAND-OFF IN M H OVER - 03/26/13 17:29 S.S.

A  STAND-OFF  IN  MORGAN  HILL,  THAT  BEGAN  AROUND  10  A-M  THIS  MORNING,   ENDED  AROUND  4:30 P-M.        A  COUPLE  BARRICADED  THEMSELVES  IN  A  MORGAN  HILL  HOTEL  ROOM  ON  THE  16  THOUSAND  BLOCK OF  MONTEREY  STREET.         THE  MAN  OF  THE  COUPLE  IS  REPORTEDLY  A  PAROLEE   WHO  WAS  NOT  IN  COMPLIANCE.

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FAMILIES FIRST MARCH AND RALLY 3/26/13 11:00a DMF

LOCAL ORGANIZATION TAKE BACK SANTA CRUZ IS HOLDING FAMILIES FIRST MARCH AND RALLY AT HARVEY WEST PARK AT 5 P.M. THIS EVENING.   THERE RESIDENTS WILL GATHER TO WALK TO CITY HALL AND ASK THE COUNCIL TO BE THE FIRST ON THEIR LIST OF PRIORITIES.    EVERYONE IS INVITED AND THERE WILL BE FUN AND TREATS FOR KIDS ALONG THE WAY. FEEL FREE TO JOIN IN ANYWHERE ON THE ROUTE FROM HARVEY WEST TO CITY HALL AND JOIN TOGETHER AS A COMMUNITY TO ASK TO BE FIRST!

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GREENFIELD SCHOOL LOCKED DOWN 3/26/13 11:00a DMF

GREENFIELD HIGH SCHOOL WAS LOCKED DOWN THIS MORNING DUE TO SOME MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS PLAYING WITH A PELLET GUN.     THE MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS WERE NOT IN CLASS BECAUSE OF SPRING BREAK BUT THE HIGH SCHOOL WAS STILL IN SESSION.    THE KIDS HAD BEEN PLAYING WITH THE GUN IN A BACK YARD ADJACENT TO THE SCHOOL WHEN WITNESSES HEARD SHOTS AND CALLED 911.      NO ONE WAS INJURED.

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UNION PACIFIC REPLACES TIES 3/26/13 6:00a DMF

 

UNION PACIFIC IS CURRENTLY IN THE PROCESS OF REPLACING 27 THOUSAND RAILROAD TIES.   WORK HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR ALMOST TWO WEEKS TO REPLACE THE PROBLEM RAILROAD TIES BETWEEN THE TAMIEN CALTRAIN STATION IN SAN JOSE AND GILROY.    THE WORK IS EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED IN TWO MORE WEEKS.

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