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Sal. man pleads guilty 04/20/12 6:45p.m. TDH

A 23-year-old salinas man pleaded guilty on Wednesday to multiple crimes.  As part of his plea deal, Gabriel reyes had the charge of illegally selling a firearm dropped.   Reyes did plead to possession of heroin, street terrorism, and carrying a concealed weapon.  he was arrested in march for possession of drugs, and again arrested after selling a gun to an undercover salinas police officer.  Reyes, who is the son of city councilwoman Gloria de la rosa, is set to return to court for a sentencing hearing on may 30th.

cmmty service grant - sbc 04/20/12 1100 e.a.

a grant application was approved by the san benito county board of supervisors, that would fund a study to find  out what type of community services would be supported by residents.  the grant, which could range from 60-thousand dollars to 150-thousand dollars, would secure funding for a feasibility study on community services, and which of those services might be supported by residents for parks and recreation and library services. the deadline to submit the application is april 30th.

gavilan school board 04/20/12 0810 e.a.


a san jose middle school teacher has been appointed to the gavilan college school board.  jonathan brusco was chosen to fill the vacancy left by the recent death of trustee mike davenport, who died on march 2ndbrusco teaches 7th grade history, and has worked as a philosophy professor and graduate assistant at san jose state university.  brusco said he plans to run for re-election when the term is up in november. 

drug arrest at gunpoint 04/20/12 0810 e.a.

two men accused of drug use were arrested at gunpoint yesterday.  santa cruz police officers received a report that 25 year old john kamandulis and 30 year old daniel replogle were acting erratically and appeared to be on drugs.  the two men were contacted by police near delaware avenuereplogle reached to his waist and the officer drew his gun, because thought the suspect was reaching for a weapon.  police say he was actually trying to conceal a syringe.  the two men were arrested on charges of drug possession and suspicion of being under the influence of drugs.  they were booked into santa cruz county jail


windsurfer rescued 04/20/12 0700 e.a.

a man is uninjured after being rescued from a davenport cliff wednesday night.  the 56 year old man was windsurfing around 6 p.m. near davenport landing, when the wind carried him south of the area,  leaving the man stranded.  he climbed up to a cove on a 150 foot cliff, where he planned to stay the night until he could get back to shore the next morning.  sheriff’s deputies searched the area after the man’s wife reported him missing. a coast guard helicopter was brought in and the windsurfer was rescued without injury.