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HYDRANT HIT BY DRIVER; GEYSER ENSUES - 12/13/10 17:00 R.B.

A LARGE GEYSER OF WATER OCCURRED IN DOWNTOWN SANTA CRUZ SUNDAY AFTERNOON, AFTER AN S.U.V. CLIPPED A FIRE HYDRANT AND KNOCKED IT LOOSE. THE WOMAN DRIVING THE SUBURBAN WAS TURNING ONTO LAUREL FROM FRONT STREET WHEN SHE TOOK THE CORNER A BIT TOO CLOSE, CAUSING HER CAR TO HIT THE HYDRANT. THE PLUME OF WATER CONTINUED TO SPRAY UNTIL IT WAS STOPPED BY THE WATER COMPANY, BUT DESPITE THIS THE STREET REMAINED OPEN

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MAVERICK’S SURF SHOP OPENS -12/13/10 16:40 S.S.

A  WELL-KNOWN  BIG  WAVE  SURF  PIONEER  HAS  OPENED  A  NEW  SURF  SHOP,   NOT  FAR  FROM  WHERE  THE  FAMED  MAVERICK’S  BIG  WAVE  SURF  CONTEST HAS  BEEN  HELD.      THE  MAVERICKS  SURF  SHOP  IS  LOCATED  AT  THE END  OF  A  ROW  OF  RESTAURANTS  AND  TACKLE  SHOPS  IN  THE PARKING  LOT  OF  PILLAR  POINT  HARBOR….JUST  A  FEW  MILES  NORTH  OF  HALF  MOON  BAY.     JEFF  CLARK,   WHO  BUILDS  SURF  BOARDS  FOR  BIG  WAVE  SURFING,   IS  SELLING  CLOTHING  AND  OTHER  GEAR   FOR  THIS  YEAR’S  “THE  JAY  AT  MAVERICK’S  BIG  WAVE  INVITATIONAL”.

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EL CAMINO CRASHES INTO HOME - 12/13/10 16:30 R.B.

AN EL CAMINO CRASHED INTO AN UNOCCUPIED HOME ON ROCKROSE STREET IN SALINAS AT ABOUT 11 THIS MORNING. THE DRIVER RECEIVED ONLY MINOR INJURIES AND REPORTEDLY TRIED TO FLEE THE SCENE AFTER CRASHING, ONLY TO BE HELD DOWN BY A NEIGHBOR OF THE HOUSE UNTIL THE SALINAS POLICE DEPARTMENT ARRIVED. OFFICERS ARE STILL WORKING TO DETERMINE THE CAUSE OF THE CRASH.

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BROKEN WATER PIPE - 12/13/10 16:30 S.S.

A local  roadway  suffered  water  damage  after  a  water  pipe  broke  over  the  weekend.     As  a  result of  the  damage,  Capitola  Road at  Jose  Avenue (in  the  Live  Oak area  of  Santa  Sruz)  was  closed  UNTIL ABOUT 7 P.M.  Saturday.

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AG. THEFT ARREST 12-13-10 a.v.

An on-going criminal investigation into Monterey County agriculture thefts, led to the arrest of man was yesterday. Joseph Landa admitted to committing at least 5 grand thefts on agricultural property from Salinas to King City over the past several months. Thousands of dollars of stolen property including water pumps, small engines, pressure washers and more, were recovered after a search of Landa’s home was conducted. If you believe you are a victim of an agricultural theft that occurred in the past few months, contact the Monterey County Sheriff’s Department.

 

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