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January 10, 2017: Downed Trees

(09:30) Central Coast - Local arborist’s are clearing a significant amount of tress around the central coast due to the heavy rain fall over the last week.  Arborist’s are encouraging residents to notify them if a tree looks dangerous.   Trees weigh about 3000 to 4000 pounds, but when falling trees gain weight creating an impact that can be up to 10,000 pounds.  To report a dangerous looking tree Call (831) 275-3971.

 

 

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January 10, 2017: Update: Pair Rescued Submerged Car at SC Harbor

(07:45) Santa Cruz - A man and a woman were rescued from a submerged vehicle in the Santa Cruz Harbor on Saturday.  At about 7:15 p.m. an employee at the Crow’s Nest Restaurant, Jessica Berg, saw a car go down the boat launch ramp and enter the water.   9-1-1 was called while another worker, Adrain Alp, jumped into the water and brought the driver and passenger to safety.  The driver, Michael Sanchez and passenger Dana Olson, were transported to the hospital, one in critical condition.  They have both been charged with DUI.   

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January 5, 2017: Arrest Totals on New Years Eve

(10:00) Monterey County - The Monterey County Police Department announced the arrest totals for New Years Eve.  There will 18 officers on duty.  There were five accidents that involved alcohol and ten DUI arrests, there were 15 vehicle collisions with minor injuries  and there were six additional arrests including two for vehicle theft, two for a stolen battery, one for an altered gun and one on an outstanding warrant.

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January 5, 2017: Police Search For Hit and Run Driver

(09:40) Scotts Valley - Police are searching for the driver who hit a streetlight in Scotts Valley Tuesday night.  The incident took place at around 10 p-m in the area of Scotts Valley Drive and Carbonero Way.  Police reported that the surveillance footage shows a dark green Toyota Camry Solara drove onto the sidewalk and collided with the traffic signal.   The driver fled southbound on Scotts Valley Drive.   Scotts Valley police ask anyone with information to call the investigations unit at 831-440-5670 or the anonymous tip line at 831-438-8090.

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January 3, 2016: Robber Identified by Citizen

(10:30) Salinas - A man has been arrested for the armed robbery that took place at a Subway Restaurant in Salinas earlier this month. 30 year-old James Insular was identified by a citizen who saw the surveillance footage that was released to the public last week.  Insular was charged with armed robbery and being a convicted felon in possession of ammunition.  

 

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SC Museum Open House-11/27/16-1153-PMD

(11:53) SANTA CRUZ-The Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History is holding an open house. The free event runs this Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. at 1305 East Cliff Drive. The museum features hands on exhibits as  well as a holiday sale. For more information visit:  santacruzmuseum.org.

 

 

 

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Laurel Wildlife Tunnel Fuding-11/20/16-1243-PMD

(12:43)SANTA CRUZ- The Land Trust of Santa Cruz County has announced additional funding for the Highway laurel tunnel has been secured. On Wednesday, , the Wildlife Conservation Board approved $415,000 for the protection of the third and final property needed to build the wildlife tunnel. The expected passage of Measure D will provide 5 million dollars in construction funding, while Caltrans is supplying 3.1 million dollars for project design. An additional 4.2 million has been made available by local supporters. For more information visit: landtrustsantacruz.org

 

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Re-Trial Denied For Michael Rodrigues 11/01/16A 08:07 S.S.

SAN BENITO COUNTY - A  convicted  rapist,  who  was  hoping  for  a  re-trial,  won’t  be  getting  it  anytime  soon.    That’s  because  a  judge  has  denied  the  re-trial  for  a  48  year-old  former  San  Benito   County  Sheriff’s  Deputy.     Michael  Rodrigues  was  convicted  back  in  2009  of  raping  3  women  while  he  was  “on-duty”. 

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