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3 Graffiti Arrests In Wville - 02/24/15 18:30 S.S.

2 juveniles were arrested this morning in Watsonville. the 14 and 15 year-old graffiti vandals face charges in connection with tags found on the 300 block of Locust Street. A 24 year-old man was also recently arrested for graffiti near the Erik’s Deli in Watsonville. the teens were booked into Santa Cruz County Juvenile Hall, while Javier Alvarado was booked into Santa Cruz County Jail.

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CA Plastic Bag Ban on “Hold” - 02/24/15 18:45 S.S.

The Statewide Plastic Bag Ban is now on “hold” because a group of people collected more than enough valid signatures to place the issue on the 2016 ballot. The ban was scheduled to be phased-in in July of this year. The members of the American Progressive Bag Alliance say the statewide ban would cost manufacturing jobs and boost profits for grocers. A spokesman for a coalition of environmental, business, and labor groups expects Californians to uphold the Statewide Plastic Bag Ban.  More than 100 cities and counties in California currently have such bans on the books.

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Salinas Road Partly Closed for Crash Reenactment- 2/19/15 7:00 S.G.

A road in Salinas was partly closed yesterday while a private company reenacted an accident scene. Officers were on scene to help recreate a crash that occurred in February 2013, where a woman was run over by a truck. The victim survived the accident and sued the City of Salinas for damages. A private company was hired to recreate the scene as part of the city’s defense. Police closed a section of North Davis Road near the Westridge Shopping Center between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. while they assisted the firm with the reenactment.

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1 Dead, 1 Arrested in Salinas - 02/17/15 21:35 S.S.

A  37 year-old man was arrested Monday night in connection with the death of a 70 year-old Salinas resident. Although Salinas Police officers believe they have arrested the Ingelwood Drive resident’s killer, the case is still being investigated. Mathew Roberts was booked into Monterey County Jail on 1 count of homicide.

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Local Volleyball Coach Arrested - 02/17/15 15:56 S.S.

A local volleyball coach was has been arrested for repeatedly contacting a minor with intentions of having sex. 49 year-old Kjell Nilssen has worked as a coach and personal trainer for the Shoreline Volleyball Club since 2012. Nilssen has coached beach volleyball, as well as indoor volleyball for more than 2 decades. He was booked into Santa Cruz County Jail. Anyone with any information about this case, or possible other victims, is encouraged to contact the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office.

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Hartnell College Lockdown - 02/17/15 16:24 S.S.

The Hartnell College Education Center in King City was on lock-down for a while this afternoon, after a shooting took place nearby. The 12:30 p-m incident occurred in front of King City Cinemas on Broadway Street. The victim ran to safety and was taken to a hospital for treatment. Surveillance footage, from nearby businesses is now being reviewed. Anyone with any information about this mid-day shooting is encouraged to contact the King City Police Department.

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Revision of Airport Rules - 02/17/15 11:35 S.S.

Written comments are being sought regarding the new municipal codes being considered for the Watsonville Municipal Airport. For the first time in 37 years the codes are being revised. City officials have been working on the revisions with a 7-member pilot committee. The draft can be viewed on-line at:
People can view and comment on the draft update until March 16th.

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Cesar E. Chavez Community Awards - 02/17/15 11:23 S.S.

The deadline is coming up to send in nominations for the Annual Cesar E Chavez Community Awards. Nominations to recognize individuals who exemplify his values of community involvement, non-violent conflict resolution, and volunteerism can be sent to the City of Watsonville Parks and Community Service Department….which is located at 231 Union Street, Watsonville, California, 95076. people can also e-mail the nominations to:
The deadline to send in nominations is this Thursday, February 19th.

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