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July 26, 2015: Scotts Valley Indecent Exposure

(18:54) SCOTTS VALLEY- Scotts Valley police are looking for a man who exposed himself to three   13 year old girls last week (Tuesday). The incident took place on the 5000 block of Granite Creek Road shortly before 5 p.m. when a 30 to 40 year old white man with short spikey hair, a goatee, and a thin but muscular build pulled up to the teens in a gold four door car. The girls realized the man was undressed and ran to safety; the suspect vehicle was last seen turning onto northbound Highway 17. Anyone with information about the suspect is encouraged to contact the Scotts Valley police.

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July 15, 2015: Man Arrested in Capitola for Possession of Stolen Property, Loaded Firearm

(07:07) CAPITOLA - A Watsonville man was arrested in Capitola Tuesday afternoon on various charges, including possession of stolen property. The incident occurred shortly after 1 p.m. on Capitola Road near 46th Avenue. Police spotted 19-year-old Victor Chavez driving two female juveniles in a car that had been reported stolen. Officers pulled over and arrested Chavez and his two passengers.  A search of the vehicle recovered a loaded gun that had been stolen out of Vallejo. Chavez was also apprehended on Sunday for possession of an unloaded firearm and resisting arrest. Following the second incident, Chavez was booked into jail with no bail. (S.G.)

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July 6, 2015: Highway 101 Fires Contained

(19:45) SAN JUAN BAUTISTA - Multiple vegetation fires were extinguished in the San Juan Bautista and Hollister areas today. According to Calfire, the 4 spot fires located along Highway 101 were contained around 6:20 p.m.  The largest fire spanned about 5-acres and resulted in the closing of one westbound lane of Highway 156. Investigators believe a big rig could have sparked the blazes due to exhaust discharge found at each location. (P.S.)

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July 6, 2015: Two Injured in Crash Involving Tractor-Trailer in Salinas

(08:28) SALINAS - Two people were injured in a crash in Salinas Friday afternoon. A tractor-trailer was reportedly struck near Cooper and Blanco roads around 4 p.m. The collision caused diesel and oil to spill into the roadway. Two victims were transported to the hospital for treatment. The cause of the crash is under investigation. (S.G.)

 

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July 6, 2015: Over A Dozen Dogs Killed in Fire at Monterey Pet Spa

(06:43) MONTEREY - Fifteen dogs were killed in a fire in Monterey Sunday afternoon. The blaze started at the Home Away From Home pet spa at around 1:30 p.m. Crews had the fire under control within minutes and were able to rescue one dog and at least six cats. The cause of the fire is under investigation. (S.G.)

 

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June 22, 2015: July Fourth Fireworks on the Central Coast

Several central coast cities will be selling safe and sane fireworks for the July fourth holiday. Salinas, San Juan Batista, Marina, Hollister, Watsonville, and Gilroy will permit the sale and use of Safe and Sane fire works. They can also be purchased in Capitola, but cannot not utilized in that area. This year, fireworks displays will take place in Gilroy, Mountain View, Morgan Hill, King City, Soledad, and Scotts Valley.      

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June 19, 2015: Murder suspect identified

(17:22) MONTEREY- A suspect has been identified in the murder of a homeless man early Friday morning in Monterey.    The fatal stabbing took during a fight shortly after midnight behind the library on the 600 block of Pacific Street.    Authorities are looking for 32 year old Jessie Quiming.  Quiming is alleged to have stabbed two men, A 40 year old man was pronounced dead at the scene, a 22 year old was transported to the hospital with non life threatening wounds. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Monterey police.

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