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As part of a 2-year contract that’s expected to save the city 3-million dollars during the next 2 years, Santa Cruz police have agreed to contribute 20% of their salaries toward the cost of their pensions, and move to a 2-tier retirement system. The tentative agreement was ratified Monday by the Santa Cruz Police Officers Association and approved yesterday by the city council during a closed session. The cuts represent over 10% of the bargaining group’s overall compensation next year and 8% the following year.

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WVILLE CITY COUNCIL APP. DUE 04-26-11 20:00 a.v.

The city of Watsonville will accept applications through tomorrow for a vacant District 3 seat on the City Council. Former Mayor Lowell Hurst and former Planning Commissioner Dobie Jenkins have reportedly applied for the position. The council is looking to make an appointment to the post by May 3rd. The term is slated to end in November of 2012.

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U.C.S.C STUDENTS ROBBED 04-26-11 19:30 a.v.

Police are searching for a group of 4 or 5 men after 4 U.C. Santa Cruz students were robbed at knife-point over the weekend. The students were walking to a U.C.S.C bus stop on Bay Street at about 1 a.m. Sunday, when one of the men in the group brandished a knife and demanded their money. The robbers fled in a mid-sized, gray, 4-door sedan with a loud exhaust after stealing a wallet from one of the victims along with an i-pod. Police recovered the wallet from a near-by convenience store and are investigating surveillance footage from the store.


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18 Y/0 WVILLE MAN ARRESTED 04-26-11 19:00 a.v.

Police in Watsonville arrested an 18-year old man after he tried to rob a man at knifepoint this week. Police say the teen approached the 55-year old man  Monday in a parking lot at Ramsay Park, located between Main Street and Harkins Slough Road, when he brandished a knife at the man and demanded his money. Officers arrested Victor Sanchez without incident, and booked him into Santa Cruz County Jail.

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A Seaside police officer pleaded not guilty today to allegations of sexual assault after a 2nd amended complaint that includes child molestation, was filed. Officer Salvador Reynaga initially faced 16-counts of sexual assault after he was arrested in March. The complaint was amended after 3 more women came forward this past month. As of today, 6 more women came forward, including 2 under the age of 18. Reynaga now faces a total of 39 counts of committing assault while acting in an official position. He is slated to return to court on June 21st.

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