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Marina police have identified a robbery suspect. Authorities have obtained a 100 thousand dollar arrest warrant for Nicklaus hall. Hall has a violent record and is considered armed and dangerous anyone with any information on his whereabouts is encouraged to contact Marina police.


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Salinas Man Arrested-5/20/18-1159-PMD

A Salinas man with ties to the North Side Castroville Gang has been arrested. A SWAT team served a search warrant at a residence on Northridge Drive after receiving reports that 38 year old Gustavo Lozano was seen with a 45 caliber pistol in his waistband. The search uncovered  a loaded .45 caliber handgun, an AR-15 style rifle, and over 6 ounces of illegal drugs. Lozano was booked into the Monterey County Jail.



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Seaside Murder Arrest-5/20/18-1651-PMD

Seaside police have arrested a woman following a 10 month investigation. 43-year-old Corrie Denise Arriaga was arrested on Friday and charged with the 2017 first degree murder of 33-year-old Courtney Ann Turney. formal charges will be Monday with a special circumstance allegation that the murder was intentional and committed during the infliction of torture. Arriaga will also be charged with torture, human trafficking, false imprisonment of a dependent adult, and theft from a dependent adult.




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Salinas Bank Robbery-5/20/18-1751-PMD

Salinas police are investigating a Friday afternoon bank robbery. Shortly after 2 p.m. two men with covered faces entered the Monterey Credit Union in Harden Ranch Plaza. One of the men brandished a rifle, the robbers then demanded the tellers to empty their cash drawers into a bag. The suspects then fled with an undisclosed amount of cash. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Salinas police.



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Marina PD Seeks Assistance-5/20/18-1653-PMD

The Marina Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identifying a suspect in multiple thefts. Authorities say there has been a significant increase in vehicle break ins and burglaries. Most of the vehicles were left unlocked and in cases, valuable property was in left in plain view. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Marina police.



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