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Armed robbery, WV 11/29/11 10p.m. TDH

Watsonville police are investigating an armed robbery that took place tuesday.  at 2:20 p.m.,2-men robbed the azteca market at knifepoint.   They took an undisclosed amount of money from the freedom boulevard store, and then fled on foot.  The clerk was not injured in the incident.  The suspects were not immediately located.

Appeal rejected 11/29/11 TDH

A state appellate court has rejected a petition to reconsider a decision that awarded back-taxes to scotts valley.    Santa cruz county officials were asking the court to re-examine about 240-thousand dollars that were included in a 2-million dollar ruling for scotts valley.  the county also wanted the court to again review whether redevelopment funds could be factored into the property tax withholding.   with the court declining to reconsider, the county is moving forward with plans to petition the state supreme court.

 

Protest ends peacefully 11/29/11 TDH

A student protest at ucsc ended at about noon tuesday.  a few dozen students had broken into the hahn student services building monday, and occupied the building overnight.  Staff at the student services building were told to work from home yesterday and monday, and some temporary offices were set up on campus.  The protest began with over 100 students, who blocked the entrance to the building and shut down business.  The remaining protesters left today without incident and no arrests were made.   Students had been demonstrating in reaction to police action at a u.c. davis protest, and in reaction to increasing tuition costs.

 

Crab, ho! 11/29/11 TDH

Commercial crabbers finally have begun fishing for Dungeness crab, 2-weeks after the season officially opened.  Crabbers had been locked in a price dispute with buyers, with crabbers asking for 2-dollars-fifty-cents per pound.  Large buyers were offering 2-dollars per pound, and the parties settled on $2.25.    that’s a 50-cent increase from last year.  fresh dungeness crab is expected to be in local markets as soon as wednesday.

 

Dogs surrendered to spca 11/29/11 TDH

The spca for monterey county has received 26 dogs from the salinas animal services shelter.  The dogs were surrendered to the shelter, but there was not enough room at the facility.   The spca was able to accept the dogs, after a successful adoption event last weekend freed up some space.   14 of the dogs (some of them puppies) are already up for adoption. they include Chihuahuas, terriers, and yorkies.   For more information, contact the spca for monterey county.