NEWS: Arrests made for Assault with a Firearm/Entering a Closed Disaster Area

From the Sheriff’s Office:

Yesterday evening at about 5:25 pm, Cal Fire requested emergency law enforcement assistance with a group of people who may have been involved in a shooting within the closed fire area near Deer Creek Rd. and Hartman Creek Rd. in Boulder Creek. Sheriff’s Deputies who were patrolling the evacuation area, responded and spoke with Jason Dixon, Nicole Papineau, Bernard Haagenson, Michael Carter, and Drake Geithner.

Deputies learned that Haagenson, Carter and Geithner noticed a vehicle parked near Geithner’s marijuana grow in the 100 block of Hartman Creek Rd. in Boulder Creek. Haagenson, Carter and Geithner thought the vehicle, occupied by Dixon and Papineau was involved in a previous theft at the grow.

Haagenson, Carter and Geithner confronted Dixon and Papineau in their vehicle. Papineau and Dixon claimed they were in the area looking for a lost dog. Geithner retrieved a shotgun and provided it to Haagenson. Haagenson pointed the shotgun at Dixon and Papineau. During the confrontation Haagenson was suspected of shooting both front tires of Dixon and Papineau’s vehicle, the front bumper and the hood of the vehicle which caused the shotgun blast to skip off the hood onto the windshield in front of Papineau. Carter was then suspected of threatening Dixon and Papineau with a baseball bat. Papineau and Dixon walked down Deer Creek Rd. till they met with Cal Fire personnel.

Deputies found a 12 gauge shotgun at the scene however found no evidence Dixon and Papineau were involved in a theft. Haagenson, Carter, Geithner, Dixon and Papineau were arrested for the listed charges and booked into the Santa Cruz Main Jail.

 

NEWS: Bear Fire Partial Repopulation

News From the Santa Cruz County Sheriff-Coroner & California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection.

Bear Fire Partial Repopulation

Las Cumbres
Evacuation orders have been lifted for the Las Cumbres and Skyline Blvd. communities.

Areas South of Bear Creek Rd.
Evacuation orders have been lifted for areas south of Bear Creek Road such as Hidden Springs Lane, Moon Rise Road, Mustang Mesa, and Bear Creek Way.

Areas still under Evacuation and Closed
Bear Creek Canyon Road, Deer Creek Road, Rons Road, Dons Road, and their tributary streets in the effected fire area will remain closed.

Road Closures
Bear Creek Road between Hawk Ridge Road and Hwy 35 will open to residents only at 12:00 PM on 10/19/17.

This Week Harry Potter Art & Craft at ARTterie Studio

ARTterie Studio is offering a special session where attendees will make :

Harry Potter Potion bottles, The Monster Book of Monsters . . .  and Wizard wands!

There are two sessions. One meets on Wednesdays, the other on Thursdays. Cost is $80/session, materials included. Click the poster for more info.

Wednesday 3:50-5:20 pm
Oct. 4: wizard wand
Oct. 11: Monster Book
Oct. 18: Monster Book continued
Oct. 25: Potion Bottles


Thursday added Session:
Oct. 5: wizard wand
Oct. 12: Monster Book
Oct. 19: Monster Book continued
Oct. 26: Potion Bottles

 

EVENT: Dyane Harwood, Author of Birth of a New Brain – at the Boulder Creek Library

Thursday, October 19, 7 PM – 8:30 PM at the Boulder Creek Branch Library.

This is a fundraiser for the Boulder Creek chapter of the Friends of the Library and the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Proceeds from the sale of the book and baked goods benefit the Friends and NAMI-SC.

Birth of a New Brain, the first book to address bipolar disorder triggered by childbirth, chronicles the journey of a mother who will stop at nothing to survive overwhelming manic highs and soul-shattering depressions to find mental stability.

Please RSVP to dyane@baymoon.com

TODAY: Santa Cruz Mountains Harvest Festival

TODAY at 11:00 am…

Kids’ activities and hayrides, local beer and wine and a jam, pie and pickling contests. Chocolate dipped figs, homemade apple tarts, and try… chocolate dipped garlic cloves.. from Steelehouse Farmstand. (At the Junction)

Two stages will be set up for musicians at Junction Park and outside Joe’s Bar and Boulder Creek Hardware. A kids’ pass for activities is $10. Beer or wine will be $6 glass or $15 for a Harvest Festival glass and one drink.

For more info visit: http://www.scmharvest.com/

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