As part of an investigation, officers from the Watsonville Police department responded to an address on Grant Street in Watsonville where they noticed indicators of a Chop Shop in progress. The Watsonville Police department alerted the Santa Cruz County Auto Theft Taskforce who along with Watsonville Police and local CHP, converged on the home Monday morning to conduct a probation search of the premises. At the scene officers located several stolen dismantled vehicles. 28 year old Gustavo Chavez was arrested for auto theft, possession of stolen property, and operating a Motor Vehicle Chop Shop.
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Monterey police are looking for a sexual predator. On Friday, at about 6:40 a-m, officers responded to a recreation trail near the the Sand Dunes related to a sexual battery. A women was jogging on the recreation trail when she was grabbed from behind. The unknown suspect groped the female. The victim fought off the suspect and he fled the scene toward Sand City. A witness chased after the suspect but was unable to stop him. The suspect was described as a White or Hispanic male. Anyone with any information is asked to contact Monterey police.
The Cabrillo Host Lions Foundation is asking the public to donate their unused RV’s and Campers. The donations would be tax deductible. The Foundation plans to take over fees and then provide the campers to victims of the recent fires. For more information call 831 688 3356
With the upcoming holiday and several counties throughout the state reverting to stricter guidelines due to increased COVID case counts, the following tips are essential for ensuring a safe Thanksgiving holiday.
- Get tested. Before going to a family gathering, ensure to test for COVID-19 prior to arriving, if feeling sick, or believe contact with an infected person occurred.
- Limit gathering sizes.
- If possible, host gatherings outdoors. Increased airflow when gathering outdoors will allow for reduced risk of getting or spreading the virus.
- Go easy on the alcohol. Lowered inhibition from drinking excessive alcohol can result in forgetting to follow safety precautions.
The use of facial coverings at these gatherings can reduce the impact and likelihood of spreading the virus, and buffet style serving of holiday meals is discouraged.
The California Highway Patrol Coastal Division has announced a Maximum Enforcement Period, also known as a Maximum Corridor Enforcement Operation starting Wednesday.
This means that every CHP officer available will be deployed to enforce traffic safety laws and respond to traffic incidents.
For the upcoming holiday season, motorists are encouraged to drive sober, or get pulled over.
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