Senior citizens , and disabled residents, can now put in applications to get on housing-waitlists for 3 apartment complexes, while a 4th is only for people age 62 and older. Applicants cannot make more than 50 percent of the Monterey county median income….which is $28,500 dollars a year for a single person. People who move into one of these apartments will pay 30 percent of their annual income.
THE PUBLIC’S ASSISTANCE IS BEING SOUGHT IN TRYING TO FIND A CORRALITOS MAN WHO DISAPPEARED LAST NIGHT. 30 YEAR-OLD EVAN BONNEMA WAS LAST SEEN WHEN HE HEADED OUT ON A MOTORCYCLE RIDE AT 5:30 P.M. (TUESDAY). HIS WIFE CALLED THE SANTA CRUZ COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT AT 7:30 P-M, WHEN BONNEMA DID NOT RETURN TO HIS ALDRIDGE LANE HOME. HIS MOTORCYCLE WAS FOUND THIS MORNING, COVERED UNDER A TARP IN AN ORCHARD ON ALDRIDGE LANE, ABOUT 100 YARDS FROM HIS FATHER’S GARAGE. THE MOTORCYCLE HAD NOT SUSTAINED ANY DAMAGE. BONNEMA’S HELMET WAS NOT FOUND, AND HIS CELL PHONE IS DEAD. BONNEMA IS DESCRIBED AS BEING 5 FEET 10 INCHES TALL WITH BROWN HAIR AND HAZEL EYES. HE WEIGHS 170 POUNDS AND HE HAS A MOON TATTOED ON ONE LEG, AND NORCAL STAR WINGS TATTOED ON HIS BACK. ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION ON BONNEMA’S WHEREABOUTS IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE SANTA CRUZ COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT OR 9-1-1.
An inmate in Monterey county has tested positive for Tuberculosis. About 120 deputies work at the facility, and there are about 100 inmates that live in the same pod….so all of those people are now being offered testing (and treatment…..if anyone tests positive for the disease).
A man has been arrested in connection with the early Tuesday morning death of a Hollister woman. Michael Simas may face charges of Murder and Destruction Of Evidence. That after he told Hollister police officers that 40 year-old Lisa Hall was accidentally shot in his trailer while it was on Orchard Road. He moved that trailer to Hanford, California after the shooting. Hall, who died shortly after being dropped off at the hospital, was the mother of 4, and the grandmother of 2.
A gofundme page created to help Hall's children states, "Lisa Hall was loved by many. She left behind two daughters, two sons, a grandson, granddaughter, friends, family and her patients at work. We are all so shocked that this happened to her and we are so devastated that she's no longer here to watch her kids grow up."
Warning signs have been posted at Monterey Municipal Beach. That’s because of high bacteria counts there. The warning signs are expected to remain posted until the bacteria levels return to those that are safe for human contact.
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