A 21-year old man was arrested in King City Saturday night on suspicion of gang charges, after a bar fight ended in an officer involved foot chase. Officers responded around 11:30 p.m. to the bar at Third and Broadway streets after receiving a report about a man being chased by someone with knife. Police then spotted the suspect running from the area, and chased him into an apartment complex on the 200-block of North Second Street, where they caught him and also found a loaded revolver near him. Alejandro Aparicio Ramirez was booked on firearm, gang and resisting arrest charges.
Santa Cruz Council members will meet later todayto review next steps about the city’s future plan for water supply. City manager Martin Bernal is expected to seek the Council’s blessing on a new public engagement plan that will re-evaluate supply challenges, conserve more water, along with other alternatives. The meeting is also expected to address questions and comments about seawater desalination from residents and regulators.
Seaside Planning Commissioners will review new city parking laws when they meet tomorrow. The panel is expected to consider a proposal for residential parking permits, and a crackdown on street parking of trailers, campers and boats. In addition, the commission will also consider a request for a five-year extension on a 2009 permit for two portable classrooms at the Chartwell School campus located on Nuna Road.
A Salinas Elementary School was placed on lock-down yesterday morning for about an hour after a report of a burglary. Police responded to a home right next to Oscar Loya Elementary School on the 11-hundred block of Eagle Drive around 11:45 a.m., to find four teens attempting to run from the scene. Police eventually arrested a 15-year old boy and three other 16-year olds. Police say one boy had property from the house with him and the remaining stolen items were found in a nearby trash can. All four were booked into Monterey County Juvenile Hall.
Two families were displaced in Aptos this morning after firefighters responded to a 2-alarm structure fire. Five agencies responded at 1:14 a.m. to the 3-thousand block of Redwood Drive. Cal Fire reports two homes were destroyed in the blaze along with one out building, while a third residence sustained some fire damage. A half-acre was also burned. The blaze was contained as of 2:32 a.m. No injuries were reported. The cause is under investigation.
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