Santa Cruz teacher put on leave during police probe

Santa Cruz teacher put on leave during police probe
A Westlake Elementary teacher has been placed on paid administrative leave after "inappropriate content" was found on a school laptop in January, according to a letter sent to parents Thursday. Principal Clyde Curley told parents the computer was turned over to Santa Cruz police, who are conducting an investigation but have made no arrest. The letter does not identify the teacher. "Once it was determined that no students had been victimized or were immediately in harm's way, the police had reque...
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The SCPOA is proud to have been among the members of the "Tyler's Troops"

The SCPOA is proud to have been among the members of the "Tyler's Troops"
The SCPOA is proud to have been among the many members of "Tyler's Troops" to help this young boy. We continue to challenge all members of law enforcement to participate. Civilians as well! Let's make his birthday month unforgettable. To read more: PASCOAG, R.I. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- A Rhode Island boy celebrated his seventh birthday with help from hundreds of first responders. A caravan of more than 200 police cruisers and fire trucks from across New England picked up Tyler Seddon at his house i...
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Candlelight vigil honors Santa Cruz police detectives

Candlelight vigil honors Santa Cruz police detectives
On the eve of the first anniversary of the deaths of Santa Cruz police detective Elizabeth Butler and detective Sgt. Loran "Butch" Baker, Santa Cruz leaders and residents paid tribute to them with a candlelight vigil outside Santa Cruz City Hall. As dusk fell on the brick patio near Church and Center streets, more than 100 residents gathered for a moment of silence led by Santa Cruz Mayor Lynn Robinson "Today is about coming together as a community," Robinson said. "Butch and Elizabeth are heroe...
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