Daily Archives: January 18, 2010

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Chris Furguson
Three young men were arrested in Brawley for possession of stolen property and resisting a peace officer after a vehicle check in the city on Tuesday, January 12, 2010.
The suspects, Brian Perez, 19, Jorge Ibarra, 18, and Jose Saldana, 18, all of El Centro, were caught after a vehicle check  in an alley north of the 1000 block of Main Street, said Cmdr. Brett Houser
The vehicle, a Kia Spectra, had been reported stolen from El Centro earlier that day.
A vehicle check at around 8 pm discovered the vehicle was stolen and the three suspects ran on foot in different directions.
When additional units were brought in for the search, all three were captured at different locations and brought to ICJ.
Also on January 12th, Brawley officers responded to a possible burglary in-progress on the 1300 block of I Street, said Houser.
When officers arrived, they found the suspect, Johnny Rubio, 39 of Brawley, inside a storage structure on the facility.
Rubio was taken into custody without incident and sent to ICJ on charges of burglary, said Houser in a statement to the press.

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Options in Order to Bring New Businesses to Downtown Calexico.

By Mario Conde

The Calexico Business Improvement District discussed several options in order to bring new businesses to downtown Calexico.

An item brought by BID member Eduardo Lopez he said that he took a walk around downtown Calexico and counted 16 empty buildings. Lopez suggested having the BID work with Economic Development director, Francisco Gutierrez, and work to attract new business to fill those empty spaces. Lopez also suggested working closely with Code Enforcement in regards to downtown.

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Survey: More Than Half of Medical Professionals Looking for New Job in 2010

Survey: More Than Half of Medical Device Industry Professionals Looking for New Job in 2010

ORLANDO, Fla.–(http://www.businesswire.com/)–According to a random online survey* of 2,150 medical device industry professionals between January 4 and January 13, a full 55 percent are looking at 2010 as the year to make a job change.

“What is the likelihood you will change jobs in 2010?”

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