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Castenada in Court-5/18/17-1802-pmd

(18:17) SALINAS- Former Salinas Councilman Jose Castenada was in a Monterey County courtroom yesterday (Thurs). Castenada was in court for opening statements in his criminal trial. Castenada is accused of stalking, kidnapping, sexual battery and inflicting corporal injury, in connection with a September 2015 incident involving an ex-girlfriend.

 

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Bird Starts Fire-5/18/17-1731-pmd

(17:56)KING CITY- A 17 acre grass fire east of King City is being blamed on a bird. Cal Fire crews responded to a report of a fire near Highway 25 and Lonoak Road. At the scene crews battled a fire that grew to 17 acres before being contained. The cause of the fire was determined to have been caused a bird striking a power line. No injuries have been reported.

 

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Salinas Seat Belt Enforcement-5/18/17-1704-PMD

(17:22) SALINAS- The Salinas Police Department is announcing an enforcement effort. Starting on May 22nd patrol units will honor national seatbelt month with the Click It Or Ticket campaign. Officers will be writing tickets for a 165 dollars for adult violations and 465 dollars for improperly restrained children. The enforcement will continue through June 4th.

 

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May 18, 2017: Update: Sex Tape Reveals Child Abuse    

(15:15) Santa Cruz County - A Santa Cruz neurosurgeon and 2 nurses are accused of raping children who are younger than 10 years old.   Watsonville Police reported that 57 year-old James Kohut had affairs WITH, a Dominican Hospital ICU nurse, 42 year-old Rashel Brandon, of Watsonville, and a second nurse, 29 year-old Emily Stephens, and that children were abused during their sexual encounters.   According to an arrest warrant, Brandon's husband found a tape showing his wife and Stephens committing sex acts together against children.  Although all 3 suspects worked in hospitals, police found no evidence that any crimes occurred in a medical facility.   If convicted of the charges against them, Brandon, Stephens, and Kohut are facing life in prison.

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May 18, 2017: STATE PARKS ANNUAL PASSES AVAILABLE

(10:00) Santa Cruz & San Mateo Counties - Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks announced two California State Parks annual passes are available for purchase on their website.  A portion of the proceeds from park pass sales will be used to benefit local state parks and beaches in Santa Cruz County and coastal San Mateo County. The 12-month passes provide entry to dozens of California State Parks and Beaches.   To purchase a pass online and to see a list of parks included in each of the passes, visit www.thatsmypark.org.

 

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