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SILVER ALERT CANCELLED - 03/25/13 07:28 S.S.

A  SILVER  ALERT  FOR  A  67  YEAR-OLD  MARINA  MAN  HAS  BEEN  CANCELLED.    RAYMOND  SMITH,  WHO  HAD  BEEN  CONSIDERED  AN  AT-RISK  ADULT  (BECAUSE  HE  HAD SUFFERED  A  STROKE,  THAT  PARTIALLY  PARALYZED  THE  RIGHT SIDE  OF  HIS  BODY),  WAS  LAST  SEEN  DECEMBER  30TH,  WHILE  DRIVING  A  2003  G M C  YUKON.     THE  ALERT  WAS  CANCELLED  BECAUSE  SMITH’S  BODY  HAS  BEEN  FOUND.

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BEN LOMOND COLD CASE   - 3/24/13        09:45                            PMD 

D-N-A   EVIDENCE HAS LINKED A REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER TO AN UNSOLVED SANTA CRUZ COUNTY MURDER.   50 YEAR OLD, JOHN WILLIAM KELLEY PLEADED NOT GUILTY TO THE CHARGES THAT HE KIDNAPPED, RAPED AND MURDERED A THEN 17 YEAR OLD ANNETTE THUR, ON  DECEMBER 8TH 1986.    IF  KELLEY  IS CONVICTED,  HE IS FACING  A SPECIAL-CIRCUMSTANCE ALLEGATIONS, THAT WILL MAKE HIM ELIGIBLE FOR THE DEATH PENALTY.   ALTHOUGH THE CRIMES ARE ALLEGED TO HAVE TAKEN PLACE  IN BEN LOMOND, THE  BODY WAS FOUND IN SAN MATEO COUNTY.     KELLEY’S NEXT COURT DATE IS SET FOR APRIL 20TH IN A SAN MATEO COUNTY COURT ROOM IN REDWOOD CITY.

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BIG SUR MUD RUN     - 3/24/13        09:40                               PMD  

THOUSANDS SHOWED UP TO COMPETE IN THE 2013 BIG SUR MUD RUN.  OVER 25-HUNDRED PARTICIPANTS SHOWED UP SATURDAY TO TAKE PART IN THE 5-MILE RACE  THAT TOOK PLACE ON AT CAL- STATE MONTEREY BAY.    THE RACE COURSE IS MADE UP OF STEEP HILLS,  MUD PITS AND OTHER OBSTACLES.   PROCEEDS FROM THE EVENT ARE USED TO BENEFIT THE BIG SUR MARATHON’S YOUTH FITNESS PROGRAM, THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT OF C-S-U-M-B, AND OTHER YOUTH AND ATHLETIC PROGRAMS OF THE  PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY.

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SANTA CRUZ SPCA   -   3/24/13        08:30                               PMD

THE SANTA CRUZ COUNTY S-P-C-A ADDED A NEW EXERCISE AND PLAY YARD TO ITS 7TH AVENUE LOCATION.    THE S-P-C-A HELD A GRAND OPENING FOR ITS NEW DOG PARK ON SATURDAY.    THE PARK WILL PROVIDE DOGS, THAT ARE AWAITING ADOPTION AT THE SHELTER, A PLACE THEY CAN CHASE BALLS AND RUN AROUND.   THE DOGS ALSO LEARN SOCIAL SKILLS BY INTERACTING WITH OTHER DOGS IN THE PARK. THE NEW YARD WAS FUNDED BY DONATIONS FROM LOCAL BUSINESSES.

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