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November 26, 2020

Free emergency preparedness gathering May 11

A community emergency preparedness gathering is scheduled for Thursday, May 11, at Rancho Cañada (former golf course) in the Fiesta Room Club House from 5 to 7:30 p.m. in Carmel Valley.

Police Briefs — Published May 3

Police Briefs are obtained from the local police departments.

Soledad teacher sentenced for having sex with student

A former Soledad High School teacher was sentenced this week to 280 days in county jail and three years of probation for having unlawful sexual intercourse with an underage student.

Photo released of possible suspect vehicle in Heredia homicide

King City Police Department has released a photograph of the possible suspect vehicle involved in the June 2016 murder of Martin Heredia as part of the ongoing investigation.

Teenager arrested following shooting on Oxford Way

A local teenager was arrested early Thursday morning for assault with a deadly weapon in connection with a shooting the night before, King City Police said.

Law enforcement agencies work together to improve community safety

A multi-agency law enforcement operation focused on community safety and the reduction of gang and violent crime was conducted this week in Greenfield, leading to multiple arrests for warrants and parole and probation violations.

Police Briefs — Published April 26

Police Briefs are obtained from the local police departments.

King City Police participates in ‘Blue Courage’ training

King City Police Department will participate in a department-wide training session called “Blue Courage, The Heart and Mind of a Guardian” today and tomorrow, April 20 and 21.

Soledad man sentenced to 5 years in prison for vehicle theft

Joel Antonio Hernandez, 32, of Soledad, was sentenced to five years for vehicle theft by Monterey Superior Court Judge Pamela Butler on March 15.

Repeat DUI offender found guilty

On April 11, Francisco Napoles Medina, 54, of Watsonville, was found guilty by a jury of felony driving under the influence of alcohol with three prior DUI convictions, two of which were felonies.
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