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SALINAS ATMPTD MRDR-3/9/14-1601-PMD

AN 18 YEAR OLD SALINAS MAN WAS THE TARGET OF SHOOTING YESTERDAY (SUN). POLICE SOURCES SAY THE MAN WAS WALKING DOWN MONTE BELLA BOULEVARD, WHEN HE SAW A MAN APPROACHING WITH A PISTOL. THE MAN TOOK OF RUNNING AS THE SUSPECT OPENED FIRE. SEVERAL SHOTS WERE FIRED, 1 STRIKING THE VICTIM IN THE LEG, A HOME AND A VEHICLE WERE ALSO HIT. THE VICTIM WAS TREATED AT AN AREA HOSPITAL FOR A NON LIFE THREATENING  WOUND. THE SUSPECT WAS LAST SEEN FLEEING IN A SILVER ALTIMA. ANY ONE WITH ANY INFORMATION IS ENCOURAGED TO CALL THE SALINAS POLICE DEPARTMENT.

 

 

 

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PRSCRT DRUG MEETING-3/9/14-1431-PMD

THE COMMUNITY PREVENTION PARTNERS ALONG WITH SOQUEL AND APTOS HIGH SCHOOLS ARE HOLDING A TOWN HALL MEETING TONIGHT (MON). THE EVENT ADDRESSES THE RISING ABUSE OF PRESCRIPTION DRUGS, PARTICULARLY BY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. THERE WILL BE A SCREENING OF THE FILM “BEHIND THE ORANGE CURTAIN” AND A PANEL DISCUSSION WITH LOCAL EXPERTS. ALL COMMUNITY MEMBERS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND.  THE MEETING IS FROM 6 TO 8 P-M TONIGHT AT APTOS HIGH.

 

 

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AIDS WALK-3/9/14-1151-PMD

HUNDREDS TURNED OUT FOR THE SANTA CRUZ AIDS PROJECTS ANNUAL WALK.  THE WALK IS ABOUT 6 MILES LONG AND HAS SEVERAL PURPOSES. ORGANIZERS SAY THE WALKS FUNCTIONS TO RAISE PUBLIC AWARENESS, TO RAISE FUNDS, AND TO REMEMBER THOSE THAT HAVE DIED OF THE DISEASE. THE PROJECT HAS ALSO OPENED A NEW OFFICE IN WATSONVILLE AT 326 MAIN STREET THAT HAS H-I-V TESTING THE 1ST AND 3RD WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH.

 

 

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CARMEL EARTHQUAKE-3/9/14-1131-PMD

A SMALL EARTH QUAKE SHOOK THE CARMEL AREA EARLY SATURDAY MORNING. THE QUAKE STRUCK SHORTLY BEFORE 5 A-M, AND SOURCES PUT THE EPICENTER OF TEMBLOR CLOSE TO PALO COLORADO CANYONAND HIGHWAY1. THE QUAKE MEASURED 3.4 ON THE RICHTER SCALE AND AS OF YET THERE HAVE BEEN NO REPORTS OF ANY INJURIES OR DAMAGES.

 

 

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KC POA-3/9/14-1111-PMD

THE KING CITY POLICE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION HAS RELEASED A STATEMENT ABOUT THE 6 POLICE OFFICERS ARRESTED NEARY 2 WEEKS AGO. A   P-O-A  SPOKES-PERSON STATED THAT THE ORGANIZATION WAS SHOCKED BY THE ALLEGATIONS HOWEVER THEY ARE COOPERATING FULLY WITH THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE. THE GROUP ALSO STATED IT BELIEVED THAT THE CHARGES WOULD BE SHOWN TO BE UNFOUNDED AND THAT THE OFFICERS WOULD BE EXONERATED.

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