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May 15, 2015: Seaside Man Arrested in Connection with Home Invasion Robbery

(8:30) SEASIDE - A Seaside man has been arrested in connection with a home invasion robbery. The incident occurred at a residence on the 1800 block of Laguna Street in September. Authorities say three individuals entered the home, bound the residents, and took marijuana and firearms. 21-year-old Devon Sinclair English was arrested this week on suspicion of participating in the robbery. He was booked into county jail. (S.G.)

 

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May 15, 2015: Endangered Species Featured at Monterey Bay Aquarium Today

(6:30) MONTEREY - The Monterey Bay Aquarium will be highlighting exhibits of endangered species today. For the 10th anniversary of Endangered Species Day, the aquarium will be featuring endangered animals that it is working to help save. The exhibits will be flagged with a red sign. The exhibit is part of a national campaign organized by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Visiting the exhibit will support the collaborative efforts of researchers, field conservationists and scientists from  AZA-accredited zoos and aquariums working to save animals from extinction. (M.K.)

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May 15, 2015: Thousands of Gallons of Water Lost Following Crash in Salinas

(7:00) SALINAS - Several thousand gallons of water were lost in Salinas last night after a driver crashed into a fire hydrant. The incident occurred shortly before 8:30 p.m. on Harris Place. Officials say the water flooded the street after a semi-truck hit the hydrant. Crews were able to shut off the water 40 minutes after the crash. (S.G.)

 

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May 14, 2015: Credit Card Skimmers Discovered On The Central Coast

(22:45) PACIFIC GROVE - Credit Card skimmers have been discovered on the Central Coast. Pacific Grove police were called to a gas station on Forest Avenue to investigate two of devices, used to steal credit and debit card information, found on gas pumps. In this case tamper protection caused the pumps to stop working, alerting employees to the skimmers, which can either be mounted at the card reader or inside the pump itself. Officials say when in doubt use cash or pay inside and keep a close watch on your bank transactions. (P.M.D.)

 

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May 14, 2015: Legal Proceedings Of Five Arrested Students May Never Be Publicized

(22:25) CAPITOLA - The legal proceedings of five New Brighton Middle School students may never be publicized. A statement by the Santa Cruz District Attorney’s Office said that the office is legally bound not to discuss the disposition of any of the five arrested for felony conspiracy and making threats at Capitola Middle School. Under state law, only minors charged with 28 specific violent acts are subject to public record. (P.M.D.)

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