Capitola City Council members are expected to vote this evening on whether to set up a temporary parking lot at the soon-to-be-vacant Pacific Cove Mobile Home Park. The meeting is slated to begin at 7 p.m. in Capitola City Hall. The city plans to close the 44-space mobile home park the end of this month, and has been negotiating payments with residents.
WATSONVILLE POLICE OFFICERS ARE CONTINUING TO INVESTIGATE WEDNESDAY MORNING’S SHOOTINGS, THAT OCCURRED JUST AFTER 3 A.M., IN THE 100 BLOCK OF PROSPECT AVENUE. 37 YEAR-OLD DOMINIC MOWER WAS SHOT AND KILLED IN HIS PROSPECT AVENUE HOME, AND A 22 YEAR-OLD SANTA CRUZ WOMAN (WHO SUFFERED CRITICAL INJURIES) WAS AIR-LIFTED TO A BAY AREA TRAUMA CENTER. SEVERAL NEIGHBORS SAID THERE WERE OFTEN A LOT OF PEOPLE COMING AND GOING FROM THE HOUSE. ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION ON THIS SHOOTING IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE WATSONVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT.
POLICE INVESTIGATORS HAVE RULED OUT THE POSSIBILITY THAT THIS WAS AN ATTEMPTED MURDER-SUICIDE.
AN 18 YEAR-OLD SALINAS MAN HAS PLEADED GUILTY TO CAUSING A FATAL CRASH LAST DECEMBER IN NORTH MONTEREY COUNTY. GIORGIO DIAZ TAYLOR WAS INTOXICATED WHEN HE LOST CONTROL OF HIS TRUCK, AND IT HIT A TOYOTA TUNDRA HEAD-ON ON HALL ROAD EAST OF ELKHORN ROAD. THE DRIVER OF THE TUNDRA, 42 YEAR-OLD GEORGE PETROUSTAS, WAS DECLARED DEAD AT THE SCENE; WHILE HIS PASSENGER SUFFERED MAJOR INJURIES, IN THE DECEMBER 17TH ACCIDENT. TAYLOR IS SCHEDULED TO BE SENTENCED OCTOBER 9TH.
51 CATS WERE RESCUED YESTERDAY, BUT ALL OF THE KITTENS (THAT THE HUMANE SOCIETY OFFICERS FOUND IN 2 SEASIDE HOUSES) HAD DIED. MONTEREY COUNTY S.P.C.A. OFFICERS WENT INTO THE HOMES AFTER RECEIVING REPORTS OF CATS BEING STOLEN. ANYONE WHO MAY HAVE HAD THEIR CAT TAKEN FROM THE NOCHE BUENA STREET OR WANDA AVENUE AREA IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE S.P.C.A. OF MONTEREY COUNTY.
Salinas Police are investigation how a three-year-old child was left behind at a Chuck E. Cheese last night. Employees of the Chuck E. Cheese called police as the business was closing to tell them that they had found little girl wandering around alone, crying. With the help of the child, officers were able to deduce the neighborhood she lived in, and the little girl then pointed out the house. When questioned about why the girl had been left, her parents told police that they though she has been with other family members. When asked why, after a hour, they had not called the police, the parent gave an answer that was deemed unsatisfactory. Police report that “their lack of concern was somewhat disturbing.” Child Protective Services is following up with the family.
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