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MISSING DOG REUNITED AFTER 11 MONTHS 5/10/13 10:00a DMF

A DOG,  THAT WAS MISSING FOR 11 MONTHS,  WAS REUNITED WITH ITS FAMILY IN HOLLISTER ON WEDNESDAY.     ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICERS ASSISTED IN REUNITING “KIMBO” WITH ITS FAMILY AFTER THEY DISCOVERED the pet HAD BEEN FOUND BY ANOTHER PERSON.    THAT PERSON REPORTEDLY DIDN’T WANT TO GIVE UP “KIMBO” AND THE HOLLISTER POLICE DEPARTMENT GOT INVOLVED.

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MOTHER’S DAY RABBIT ADOPTION 5/10/13 9:00a DMF

PET PALS IN SOQUEL IS HOLDING A RABBIT ADOPTION EVENT THIS SUNDAY IN CELEBRATION OF MOTHER’S DAY.    THE EVENT,  HOSTED BY RABBIT HAVEN,  RUNS FROM 11 A-M TO 5 P-M AT PET PALS AND FEATURES AN ADOPTION SHOW AS WELL AS PORTRAITS BY BEECHER PHOTOGRAPHY.   PHOTOS WILL BE TAKEN FROM NOON TO 3 AND COST 20 DOLLARS A SESSION WITH PROCEEDS GOING TO THE RABBIT HAVEN.   RABBIT MATCH MAKING AND BONDING SERVICES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE.   TO VIEW ADOPTABLE RABBITS GO ONLINE TO WWW.THERABBITHAVEN.ORG OR FOR MORE INFORMATION FEEL FREE TO CALL 831-600-7479.

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GPD BOLSTERS ARSENAL 5/10/13 8:00a DMF

IN AN EFFORT TO BOLSTER ITS ARSENAL OF HIGH-TECH DEVICES USED TO FIGHT CRIME THE GILROY POLICE DEPARTMENT IS SPENDING 100 THOUSAND DOLLARS.    ON MONDAY NIGHT THE GILROY CITY COUNCIL APPROVED THE PURCHASE OF FOUR AUTOMATED LICENSE PLATE READER SYSTEMS IN ADDITION TO AN “ALPR” CAMERA.   THE GILROY POLICE HOPE THESE NEW SYSTEMS HELP BATTLE AGAINST VEHICLE THEFTS THAT CONTINUE TO PLAGUE THE CITY.  IN 2012, 232 CARS WERE STOLEN COMPARED TO 169 STOLEN IN 2011.     THE CAMERAS WILL BE PURCHASED USING THE CITY’S GENERAL FUND.

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DUI ARREST/ASSAULT ON AN OFFICER 5/10/13 10:00a DMF

A MAN WAS ARRESTED IN WATSONVILLE THURSDAY ON D.U.I. CHARGES AFTER RUNNING INTO A POWER POLE AND ATTEMPTING TO STRIKE AN OFFICER.   SAGE COLEMAN WAS DRIVING WESTBOUND ON BUENA VISTA NEAR MEMORIAL WHEN HE STRUCK THE POWER POLE WHICH DISABLED HIS VEHICLE.  HE ATTEMPTED TO FLEE THE SCENE IN THE DISABLED VEHICLE BUT LOST CONTROL AND COLLIDED WITH A PARKED PLYMOUTH VOYAGER.    COLEMAN REMAINED AT THE SCENE UNTIL POLICE SHOWED UP, AND WHEN CONTACTED ATTEMPTED TO STRIKE AN OFFICER.   HE WAS BOOKED INTO SANTA CRUZ COUNTY JAIL ON CHARGES OF FELONY D.U.I, POSSESSION OF A LOADED FIREARM IN A VEHICLE AND ASSAULT ON A PEACE OFFICER.

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LAND TRUST OPPOSES MEASURE T 5/10/13 10:00a DMF

The Land Trust of Santa Cruz County Board of Trustees unanimously voted at its April 26th meeting to oppose Measure T, the Watsonville ballot measure that could lead to the annexation of 95 acres of prime farmland into the city.  The Board cited the Land Trust’s mission to preserve open space and protect the county’s unique agricultural economy. The Land Trust has protected more than 1,250 acres of farmland in the Pajaro Valley in the past five years, including land near the city limits.

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