“The only word that comes to mind is ‘devastating,’ ” said Sara Manildi, sitting at an outdoor table on Pacific Avenue, the main downtown thoroughfare.
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Police believe the boy acted alone, he said: “There is no risk or threat to our community at this point.” Santa Cruz County District Attorney Jeff Rosell said his office is “in the process of reviewing all of the reports” before deciding what charges to file — including whether to charge the teen as an adult.
Residents said the boy was often seen skateboarding around the complex or playing with a yo-yo.
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