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SALINAS ROBBER SENTENCED 13 YRS 11-18-10 18:30 a.v.

An 18-year old Salinas man was sentenced today to 13-years in state prison on charges of robbery and threatening a police officer. The July 16th crime occurred when Ruben Prado Quiroz, along with 2 juveniles, surrounded a 17-year old victim outside a church and threatened him at knifepoint after Quiroz flashed him a gang sign. Quiroz stole the teen’s cell phone and later threatened one of the officers. Police say the sentence was enhanced since the crime was instigated on behalf of the Norteno Criminal street gang.

 

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SALINAS JEWELRY STORE ROBBERY 11-18-10 18:00 a.v.

A Salinas jewelry store was robbed at gunpoint by 2 masked men this morning. The 2 male suspects entered the Jewelry Outlet store on the 1200 block of North Main Street at around 11 a.m., when of the suspects, who was armed with a gun, ordered everyone in the store to the ground. The suspects then took roughly over $100,000 worth of jewelry that was on display after a store clerk could not find a key to open the safe. The robbers fled the store into an alleyway in a black SUV headed West on Rochex Avenue. Anyone with information, is asked to call the crime tip line at 1-800-78-CRIME.

 

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ASSAULT RIFLES, DRUGS & BOAT SEIZED IN S.C. 11-18-10 17:00 a.v.

5 people were taken into custody today in North Santa Cruz County during a raid that netted a dozen firearms, including a number of assault rifles, drugs and a boat. 35 year olds Cody Dumont and Mikaela Smith, 32-year old Naomi Marquez, 30 year old Gary Gilham and 29-year old Garth Dumont were arrested for conspiracy and possession for sale and cultivation of marijuana. Cody and Garth Dumont also face weapons charges. During the raid, authorities seized more than 100-pounds of marijuana, with a street value of over $300,000, from 4 different homes located on the Westside, Bonny Doon and Scotts Valley. A boat, valued at $40,000, was also seized.

 

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WOMAN SENTENCED 11/18/10 S.S./M.L.

A  39  YEAR-OLD  MONTEREY  COUNTY  WOMAN  HAS  BEEN  SENTENCED  TO  9  MONTHS  IN   MONTEREY  COUNTY  JAIL.     CARMEL  RESIDENT  TONYA  LANGSHAW WAS  CONVICTED  OF  FELONY  VANDALISM.       THAT  AFTER  SHE  SET  FIRE  TO  A  SHARED  RENTAL,    AFTER  A  DISPUTE  OVER  ITS  OWNERSHIP  (WITH  HER  FORMER  BUSINESS  PARTNER,  AND  LOVER).

 

ALONG  WITH  BEING  CONVICTED  OF  FELONY  VANDALISM,   LANGSHAW PLEADED  GUILTY  TO  PERJURY  FOR  FAILING  TO  DISCLOSE  HER  INCOME  WHEN  SHE  APPLIED  FOR  WELFARE  LAST YEAR,   AND  FOR RESISTING  ARREST  IN  A  SEPARATE  CASE.

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NO ONE INJURED IN WEDNESDAY NIGHT KC SHOOTING - update 11/18/10 09:20 S.S.

NO  ONE  WAS  INJURED  WHEN  A  STRAY  BULLET  WENT  THROUGH  A  WALL,   AND  INTO  A  KING  CITY  APARTMENT  AROUND  7:30  LAST  NIGHT.   2  MEN  SAID  THEY  WERE  SITTING  IN  THE  COURTYARD  OF  THE  SAN  ANTONIO  GARDENS  APARTMENT  COMPLEX, WHEN  ROUNDS  WERE  FIRED  AT  THEM.    ALTHOUGH  THEY  WERE  NOT  HIT,   1  ROUND   WENT THROUGH  A  NEARBY  WALL,  MISSING  A  TENANT  THERE  BY  JUST  A  FEW  INCHES.

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