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January 16, 2021

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.

Petroleum companies ordered to pay $3M in civil penalties

Contra Costa Superior Court has ordered Golden Gate Petroleum Co., Bay Area/Diablo Petroleum Company and Westgate Petroleum Company, Inc. to pay $3 million in civil penalties related to the operation of underground storage tanks and management of hazardou

Police Briefs — Published April 12

Police Briefs are obtained from the local police departments.

Judge Maldonado announces retirement from Superior Court

Judge Albert H. Maldonado announced his retirement to Presiding Judge Mark E. Hood on March 2.

Monterey County Superior Court selects new court executive officer

Chris Ruhl has been selected to serve as Court Executive Officer for the Monterey County Superior Court beginning May 15.

Police locate escaped inmate

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation officials are looking for a state prison inmate who walked away from the minimum-support facility at Salinas Valley State Prison on Sunday.

Police nab Salinas murder suspect in Soledad

A teenager was arrested last Wednesday at a relative’s home in Soledad for the murder of 43-year-old Jess Gonzales, who was shot and killed March 23 near North Main and Massa streets in Salinas.

Police Briefs — Published April 5

Police Briefs are obtained from the local police departments.

Soledad man sentenced to prison for false imprisonment

A Monterey Superior Court Judge last week sentenced Luis Plaza, 27, of Soledad, to 16 months in state prison for false imprisonment.

PG&E warns customers of increased scams during tax season

An aggressive and sophisticated phone scam targeting taxpayers, including recent immigrants, has been making the rounds in Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito counties.
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