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DIVERS RESCUED-9/15/13-10:41-PMD

THE COAST GUARD WAS CALLED IN TO ASSIST LIFEGUARDS IN THE RESCUE OF 2 DIVERS OVER THE WEEKEND.   THE RESCUE TOOK PLACE OFF OF PEBBLE BEACH, NORTH OF CYPRESS POINT.  THE DIVERS GOT CAUGHT IN STRONG RIP CURRENTS SATURDAY AFTERNOON,  AND WERE PULLED TO SAFETY BY LIFEGUARDS AND COAST GUARD RESCUERS. NEITHER DIVER SUSTAINED ANY INJURIES.

 

 

 

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PROSITUTION IN E.SALINAS-9/15/13-10:21-PMD

SALINAS UNDERCOVER POLICE OFFICERS ARRESTED 9 WOMEN FOR SUSPICION OF PROSTITUTION LAST WEEK.  THE ARRESTS WERE PART OF AN UNDER OVER STING OPERATION SET UP IN EAST SALINAS, AT THE INTERSECTION OF KERN AND ROOSELELT STREETS, FRIDAY MORNING.  THE OPERATION WAS IN RESPONSE TO COMPLAINTS, THROUGHOUT THE COMMUNITY, ABOUT THE RISING NUMBERS OF PROTSITUTES IN EAST SALINAS. THIS WAS THE 2ND UNDERCOVER OPERATION FOCUSING ON PROSTITUTION THIS YEAR.

 

 

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CARMELDOG SHOOTING-9/15/13-10:01-PMD

THERE IS AN INVESTIGATION BEING STARTED OVER THE SHOOTING OF CARMEL VALLEY DOG.   THE OWNER OF A POMERANIAN, RETURNED HOME FROM WORK ON THURSDAY TO FIND HER DOG DEAD OF A GUNSHOT WOUND TO THE HEAD. ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION ABOUT THE INCIDENT IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE MONTEREY COUNTY SHRIFF’S DEPARTMENT OR THE S-P-C-A.

 

 

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SALINAS ATTMPT ROBRY-9/15/13-09:51-PMD

AN ATTEMPTED ARMED ROBBERY AT SALINAS TACO TRUCK LEFT THE ROBBERS EMPTY HANDED.   THE INCIDENT OCCURRED AT THE CORNER OF EAST ALISAL AND HOLADAY STREETS, WHEN 3 SUSPECTS ARMED WITH A SHOTGUN TRIED ROBBING 2 PATRONS OF A TACO TRUCK, OPERATING AT THE SITE.  THE INTENDED VICTIMS WERE ABLE TO ESCAPE THE ROBBERS, WHO THEN TRIED TO ROB THE TACO VENDOR. THE SUSPECTS FLED ON FOOT AFTER DISCOVERING THE MAN DIDN’T HAVE ANY MONEY.  ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION ABOUT THE INCIDENT IS URGED TO CONTACT THE SALINAS POLICE DEPARTMENT.

 

 

 

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AF-AMERI STUDENTS IN SPCL ED-9/15/13-08:51-PMD

THE SANTA CRUZ CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT IS EXAMINING IT’S DIS-PROPORTIONALLY HIGH RATE OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDENTS IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION.  THE DISTRCT WAS ALERTED BY STATE OVER SEERS THAT, 38 PERCENT OF THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDENTS, ENROLLED IN THE DISTRICT, ARE RECEIVING SPECIAL EDUCATION.  THE STATE AVERAGES, FOR OTHER ETHNICITIES, RANGES FROM 12 TO 15 PERCENT, ARE IN SPECIAL EDUCATION COURSES.  THE HIGH NUMBERS ARE THOUGHT TO BE DUE TO A COMBINATION OF FACTORSPRIMARILY AN OVER SENSITIVITY TO THE NEEDS OF MINORITY STUDENTS, AND THE BELIEF THAT IT IS SAFER TO OVER DIAGNOSE LEARNING DISABILITIES EARLY, THAN IT IS TO COPE WITH DISABILITIES IN OLDER STUDENTS.  THE STATE ALSO WARNED THAT NUMBERS OF LATINO STUDENTS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION IS HIGHER THAN STATE AVERAGES.

 

 

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