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SALINAS MOTHER DUI CRASH/ARREST 03-18-11 08:00 a.v.

A Salinas mother was arrested early this morning on DUI charges Officers say the woman was traveling southbound on Highway 101 near the Laurel exit around 3:30 a.m. when she crashed her vehicle causing it to flip. The woman’s 5-year old child, who was inside of the vehicle during the time of the incident, was airlifted to a Bay Area hospital.

 

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2-DAY S.C. SURFBOARD EXPO 03-18-11 06:00 a.v.

A 2-day surf exposition, celebrating vintage surfboards and surf memorabilia, will take place this weekend in Santa Cruz. The Sacred Craft Surf Expo is expected to feature surf legends, world class surfboard shapers, art, music, book signings and more. The 1st day of the event is modeled after the PBS series “Antiques Roadshow”, and gives surf collectors a chance to bring their valued items, and have them appraised by a panel of experts.

The 2-day event takes place tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Rittenhouse Building located at 660 High Street in Santa Cruz.

 

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SALINAS HOMICIDE TRIAL 03-17-11 19:00 a.v.

2 Salinas men are slated to appear in court on Monday for a drive-by fatal shooting that occurred over 2 years ago. 21-year old Benjamin Puga Carrillo and 28-year old Valentin Navarro Rivas are charged with the shooting death of James Lopez, who was gunned down at the intersection of John Street and McGowan Drive on January 12th of 2009. Carrillo was identified as the driver of the vehicle and Rivas as the person who shot Lopez. Both men are reported known members of “La Posada Trese”, a subgroup of the Sureno criminal street gang.

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ZERO MOTORCYCLES GETS $26M 03-17-11 18:30 a.v.

A Scotts Valley business received 26-million dollars to foster technology development and international growth. Electric motorcycle company, Zero Motorcycles received the boost this month from the company’s principal investor group, Invus LP. The deal includes a 17-million dollar investment and the potential for an additional 9-million dollars over the coming months. The money is said to continue developing electrical vehicle technology nationally, while expanding their footprint globally.

 

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KING CITY SHOOTING 03-17-11 18:20 a.v.

A 16-year old boy was hospitalized this morning in King City after suffering a gunshot wound to his leg. Police say the teen was inside a Bluff Avenue home around 12:40 a.m., when shots were fired into the residence. The victim is reported to be in stable condition. Anyone with any information is asked to call the King City Police Department.

 

 

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