A RABBIT ADOPTION EVENT IS SLATED TO TAKE PLACE AT PET PALS IN SOQUEL THIS WEEKEND. THE RABBIT HAVEN WORKS TO RESCUE RABBITS FROM SHELTERS THAT ARE TOO FULL TO ACCOMMODATE THE NUMBER OF RABBITS BEING SURRENDERED. EVERY ADOPTION COMES WITH FREE VETERINARY EXAMS AS WELL AS COUPONS FOR SUPPLIES AND A RABBIT EDUCATION PACKAGE. THE ADOPTION IS TAKING PLACE AT PET PALS ON 3660 SOQUEL DRIVE IN SOQUEL FROM 11 A.M. TO 4 P.M. TO SEE RABBITS AVAILABLE, OR FOR ANY INFORMATION OR QUESTIONS CALL 831-600-7479
AN ATTEMPTED ROBBERY TURNED VIOLENT EARLIER TODAY IN SALINAS. A MAN TRIED TO ROB A 57-YEAR OLD WOMAN AS SHE GOT OUT OF HER CAR. THE SUSPECT RAN BEHIND HER AND DEMANDED SHE HAND OVER HER PERSONAL BELONGINGS AND WHEN IT TURNED OUT SHE HAD NOTHING, THE SUSPECT KNOCKED HER DOWN AND RAN TOWARDS FELICE STREET WHERE HE ENTERED A WHITE OR SILVER HONDA AND DROVE AWAY. THE SUSPECT IS A HISPANIC MALE ABOUT 20 YEARS OLD, 5 FOOT 4 AND THIS IS THE THIRD INCIDENT TODAY WHERE THE SUSPECT DESCRIBED THE VEHICLE AS A GRAY OR SILVER HONDA.
A ROBBERY TOOK PLACE EARLIER THIS MORNING AT A BUSINESS ON 1025 DEL MONTE IN SALINAS. AT APPROXIMATELY 11:17 A.M. TWO MALE SUSPECTS CAME INTO THE BUSINESS BEFORE RUNNING BEHIND THE COUNTER AND ATTEMPTING TO OPEN THE CASH REGISTER. NO WEAPON WAS USED IN THE ROBBERY AND THE TWO SUSPECTS FLED THE BUSINESS WITH AN UNDISCLOSED AMOUNT OF CASH.
A Watsonville school principal accused of making an illegal turn that caused the death of a motorcyclist pled no contest to the charges this morning. Victoria Sorenson was charged in the death of 51-year-old Daniel Garcia, when his motorcycle struck the side of Sorenson’s Jeep, causing him to be thrown over the car. The father of 5 died 10 days later due to severe brain and other injuries. The defense claimed that Garcia had a blood alcohol level of .16 at the time of the accident, but police have ruled that Sorenson is at fault. She is slated to be sentenced on September 14th.
A pit bull was found abandoned yesterday, tied to a mile marker post on a section of Highway 152 in Watsonville. The 2-year-old grey and white dog was rescued at 1pm by a Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter Officer. Leaving the animal without shelter, food, or water constitutes willful abandonment, which is a misdemeanor under California State law. Anyone with information on this abandonment is asked to contact the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter and ask for Officer Montes.
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