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MEMORIAL FOR HARBOR MASCOT 04-20-11 07:30 a.v.

A burial and memorial service is planned today for the unofficial mascot of the Santa Cruz Harbor. Lucy-the-Goose was found dead Monday morning on the banks of the upper harbor, where Port District officials believe she was attacked by another animal while guarding her nest. A memorial is planned today at the site of Lucy’s favorite hangout at 6 p.m., on the west bank of the North Harbor near the Murray Street Bridge.



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WEST CLIFF FATAL FALL ARREST 04-20-11 06:30 a.v.

2 people were arrested this week after a 22-year old man was found dead at the bottom of a cliff in Santa Cruz. Emergency crews responded to a report of a water rescue Monday at 5:42 p.m. near West Cliff Drive and Stockton Avenue to find Fremont resident Nick Husain face down on the rocks. Husain’s 2 friends, 18-year old Aubrey Lalumandiere and 21-year old Spencer Rigdon were taken into custody after they were found to be under the influence of LSD. The 2 were charged with public intoxication and were booked into Santa Cruz County Jail.

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Fire officials in Santa Cruz are investigating what caused a fire to destroy a 2 story home along with 2 vehicles and a trailer yesterday afternoon in a rural mountain area near Scotts Valley. Firefighters responded just before 4 p.m. to a home on Quail Ridge Road, just off northbound Highway 17 and Jarvis Road to find the majority of the home engulfed in flames. No injuries were reported and crews were able to contain the blaze by 4:20 p.m. and prevent it from spreading to the nearby forest.

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K.C. ARREST/DEPORTATION 04-19-11 18:30 a.v.

2 wanted men face deportation after they were arrested yesterday in Monterey County. Agents from The U.S. Marshals Service and The U.S. Immigration and Customs enforcement located 25-year old Victor Beltran, also known as Victor Alonso Sarabia and 32-year old Miguel Beltran, also known as Miguel Angel Sarabia in an agricultural ranch south of King City. The 2 were taken into custody by U.S. Marshals without incident.

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A plan aimed at alleviating neighborhood traffic near Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital, was rejected by voters. According to results released today, the traffic calming program, failed by just 2-percent, after about 65-percent of the voters approved the plan. Supporters of the plan say the proposed program would’ve prevented people from speeding through residential streets, making streets safer for kids, while opponents say parts of the plan would’ve forced some resident to take alternative, sometimes longer, routes to get home.


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