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Morning Wrap: 5/22/12

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Top of the morning’s news:
  • A executive with global software giant SAP was charged with four felony counts of burglary after being accused of illegally using a barcode tool to obtain LEGO toys at a Cupertino Target store illegally. Mercury News
  • The Oakland school district’s police force is the subject of a federal grand jury investigation, the district confirmed Monday. Oakland Tribune
  • The captain blamed for crashing the Cosco Busan tanker into the Bay Bridge in 2007, causing the worst bay oil spill in two decades, is quietly trying to get his mariner’s license back. Mercury News
  • Pleasant Hill police arrested a man on domestic violence charges after witnesses said they saw him physically abusing a woman while driving. Contra Costa Times
  • A UC Santa Cruz student missing in Yosemite for two days while hiking with friends was found Monday unharmed and in good health. Chronicle

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