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4 ARRESTED IN BURGLARY CASE 10-11-10 06:50 a.v.

Thousands of dollars in stolen goods were recovered last week after 4 people were arrested in connection with a string of burglaries in Monterey and Santa Cruz Counties. Monterey County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested, 42-year old Jeff Sampayan, 38-year old Dyanne Beach, 28-year old John Silveria and 21-year old Alyssa Sims. Nearly 1-thousand dollars worth of stolen jewelry, laptop computers, watches, tools along with 3 stolen motorcycles, were recovered. Investigations into this case continue.

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W.V. Stabbing 10/10/10 TDH

1-person was airlifted to a Bay Area trauma center, with critical injuries, after being stabbed in Watsonville this weekend.   The victim was assaulted at a barber shop on the 1-hundred block of East Lake Avenue, at around 8 o’clock Saturday night.   He sustained multiple stab wounds, to his head, stomach, and hand.  Police have not made any arrests in the case.

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Fatal Salinas Tractor Accident 10/10/10 TDH

A 26-year-old man died Saturday, after being pinned underneath a tractor in Salinas.    The accident occurred just after 8 p.m., in a field near Cooper Road and Highway-183.   The tractor got stuck in a ditch, and overturned, pinning the driver underneath it.   Authorities are waiting to release the victim’s identity, until his family can be notified.

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W.V. Bank Robber 10/10/10 TDH

Watsonville Police arrested a bank robber on Saturday, after the man held up a bank on Main Street.  19-year-old (Las Lomas Resident) Larry Ramirez is accused of threatening a teller at the Comerica Bank with a broken bottle, and fleeing with cash.   An officer spotted Ramirez escaping, and he was taken into custody shortly afterward.   The money was recovered.

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Fire Contained, Lake Nacimiento 10/10/10 TDH

A Saturday night wild-fire at Lake Nacimiento (near San Miguel) was contained, after scorching 2-hundred acres.   Fire crews had the flames contained at around midnight, and remained on the scene Sunday to monitor the area.  One person was cited for causing the fire, which investigators believe was ignited when a pick-up truck drove the dry brush and grass.

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