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LIVE OAK TEEN SENTENCED TO 58 YEARS 06-24-10 18:50 a.v.

A Live Oak teen was sentenced today to serve 58-years in jail after fatally shooting a man with rival gangs ties over 2 years ago.   18-year old Oscar Javier Jaquez entered a plea bargain with prosecutors pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter, gun and gang charges in exchange for the sentence.  Jaquez, who is said to be eligible for parole in about 47 years, was 16 when he killed Servando Silonsochilt Junior on January 29th 2008.

 

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SEAGATE MOVES S.V. EMPLOYEES TO CUPERTINO 06-24-10 18:00 a.v.

In an effort to consolidate offices for improved collaboration and efficiency, Seagate Technology in Scotts Valley plans to move some of it’s employees to Cupertino next year.  An unknown number of Scotts Valley employees are expected to make the move to the new Deanza Boulevard location, however, employees from Seagate’s sales office in Santa Clara, along with the company’s Sunnyvale retail team, (who’s responsible for engineering, designing and marketing external storage products), are expected to also move to the new Cupertino site.   The IT-Team and the motor group, however, are said to remain in Scotts Valley.

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S.C. ROCK THROWING CASES CONTINUE 06-24-10 17:45 a.v.

Residents in Santa Cruz have reported multiple new cases of rock-throwing crimes over the past month.   The latest incident happened Tuesday, when a man was struck by a large rock while walking his dog on Soquel Wharf Road at about 11:15 p.m. Police say, this weeks incident marks the 6th case this month where rocks, or similar items, were hurled at people walking or riding their bikes along county streets .  The rock assaults follow over 120 window breaking vandalism cases reported in the county this past year.  Home and businesses from Watsonville to Felton have been hit and broken by river rocks thrown from cars.  The Sheriff’s office has reportedly teamed up with business owners to offer a $4,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible.

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S.C. GROUP AGAINST GANG CRIME PROTESTS 06-24-10 17:00 a.v.

A newly formed group, protesting gang violence, will hold several demonstrations in Santa Cruz through the weekend.  Mother Grizzlies Against Gangs will appeal to residents to help stop gang violence, while also urging council members to enact an ordinance preventing property owners from renting to convicted gang members. A demonstration will be held tomorrow from 4 to 7 p.m. and both Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in downtown Santa Cruz.  The group formed after 2 Santa Cruz teens, Carl Reimer and Tyler Tenorio were killed by gang members.

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RAILROADERS - FOR THIS WEEKEND - 06/24/10 S.S.

THE  16TH ANNUAL  GARDEN  LAYOUT  TOUR (AND  BENEFIT)  IS  BEING  HELD  THIS  WEEKEND.    PEOPLE  CAN  VISIT  13  MODEL  RAILROADS,  THAT  RUN  THROUGH  GARDENS  AND  BACKYARDS  IN  MORGAN  HILLGILROYHOLLISTER AND  SALINAS.      PEOPLE  ARE  ASKED  TO  BRING  NON-PERISHABLE  FOODS  TO  DONATE  TO  either  THE  SAINT JOSEPH’S  FAMILY  CENTER IN  GILROY,   OR  THE  COMMUNITY PANTRY OF  SAN  BENITO  COUNTY IN  HOLLISTER.     THE  EVENT  IS  SCHEDULED  TO  BE  HELD  SATURDAY  FROM  9 A.M.  UNTIL  4  P.M.

 

FOR  MORE  INFORMATION   PEOPLE  ARE  ENCOURAGED  TO  CONTACT  THE  ALL  ABOARD  JUNCTION  TRAIN  STORE OR  GARDEN  ACCENTS IN  GILROY,   OR  BOOKSMART IN  MORGAN  HILL….OR  GO  ON-LINE  TO  www.bagrs.org/FoodDrive.

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