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HE WAS TRANSPORTED AND BOOKED INTO THE MONTEREY COUNTY JAIL. WARRANT NUMBER:MS318585A, CHARGE : 243 PC&653 PC, BAIL: $10,000, JUDGE: LAVORATO.
The boy, armed with a 12-inch buck knife, waited for the victim to leave her work, grabbed her, knocked her to the ground and took her purse, police said.
The performances are based on acto, a form developed by El Teatro Campesino. Flores will perform "El Renacimiento de Huitzilopoztli" by Jorge A. Huerta; "The Militants" by Luis Valdez; "Momma You Are Not Cool" by G. Reynoso; "Hey Baby, Que Paso?" by Steve Cervantes and Jacob Juarez; and "Lo Que Importa" by Maria Carrillo.
Employing heavy law enforcement to break a pattern of gang violence is often comparable to using chemotherapy as a remedy for cancer, according to David Kennedy.
Officers with the Violence Suppression Unit attempted to stop a vehicle driven by Antonio Rosillo, 23. He led officers on a short pursuit ending on the 1700 block of Humbolt Drive.
"Not only am I excited to take advantage of all the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer," Abati said in a statement.
No matter how large or small the circle, this ratio is always the same. The calculus students at Notre Dame High School in Salinas, under the guidance of instructor Brian Campbell gathered members of the student body to form the number to 73 decimal places.
The movie, which opens nationwide in 100 cities on the weekend of March 28, depicts the life and struggles of Cesar Chavez, the legendary founder of the United Farm Workers of America, as he led thousands of farm workers in nonviolent protests, marches, strikes and unprecedented boycotts worldwide.
He has a master's in business administratrion from the Monterey Institute of International Studies and speaks English, Chinese and Spanish.
It's a wish-list at the moment but Hartnell College leaders are honing its master plan into a blueprint for future growth and development.
State Assemblyman Luis Alejo said Thursday he has maxed out the number of bills that a lawmaker can author for a single session.
In a show of support for farmers and out of what they say is fear for their city, all five members of the King City City Council have asked both the Regional Water Quality Control Board and the governor's office to "do something" to address a clogged Salinas River.
After taking a look at Salinas Council member Kimbley Craig's itinerary for her trip to Washington D.C., it's clear she's been in and out of meetings all week.