A 21-year-old Watsonville man was arrested early Saturday morning, after allegedly stabbing another man in the face. Sergio Suarez was taken into custody at a residence on Willow Creek Street. He had allegedly returned home, after stabbing the victim nearby, at Pennsylvania Drive. The 22-year-old victim suffered a cut to the right side of his face, he was treated at a local hospital and released.
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Watsonville Police officers arrested 2-men on Saturday, for attempted burglary. The pair had broken into an insurance business on Auto Center Drive, and taken several computers. Officers located 1-suspect in some nearby bushes, and arrested the other as he attempted to flee.
A motion has been rejected to dismiss a lawsuit brought against the Morgan Hill School District. The District was sued by the parents of 3-students, who were sent home from Live Oak High School when they refused to hide the American flags on their t-shirts. The gained national attention, after the students were sent home on May 5th, Cinco de Mayo, because they refused school officials’ order to turn the shirts inside-out. Citing past incidents, chool leaders had sought to diffuse tension between those displaying Mexican flags on the holiday, and those displaying American flags. The case is set to proceed on March 14th.
A ribbon cutting ceremony and open house are set to be held tomorrow in capitola, to mark the opening of a locally-owned fitness and detoxification center. Balanced health and fitness is celebrating the opening of the new facility with a raffle, food, drinks, and a chance to meet the staff and see the facility. Balanced health and fitness offers unique services including deep-tissue and sports therapy massages, sea clay body wraps, and more. Balanced health and fitness also offers a hair-analysis, which can identify imbalances in the body. The event is set to be held tomorrow, from 1 to 4 p.m., at 4245 capitola road, suite 104.
A 70-Thousand dollar grant has been announced for the Carmel Mission Foundation. The funds were given by the California Missions Foundation, and were part of a gift from the Hearst Foundation. The money supplements a 650-thousand dollar grant from the National Parks Service, as the Carmel Mission is set to undergo some extensive renovations. The work is expected to begin this May, and could last several years.
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