A sheriff's deputy keeps his weapon trained on 200 Prospect Street during Tuesday's standoff. (Shmuel Thaler/Sentinel)
One of the men involved in Tuesday's standoff is taken into custody. (Shmuel Thaler/Sentinel)
A sheriff's sharpshooter positions himself on the roof of Iglesia de Santidad Pentecostal Templo Jerusalem Church during Tuesday's standoff. (Shmuel Thaler/Sentinel)
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One of the suspects involved in Tuesday's standoff is taken into custody. (Shmuel Thaler/Sentinel)
The uninjured apprentice pilot takes in the scene after he crashed this crop-dusting helicopter in a lettuce field outside of Watsonville, Wednesday, July 20, 2011. (Dan Coyro/Sentinel)
Helicopter owner Frank Gomes talks with an investigating CHP officer along Highway 129 Wednesday. (Dan Coyro/Sentinel)
The helicopter sheared off this power pole before crashing. (Dan Coyro/Sentinel)
Helicopter owner Frank Gomes and the apprentice pilot put up caution tape around the crash scene as PG&E crews work on the damaged power pole in the background. (Dan Coryo/Sentinel)
National Transportation Safety Board investigator Mike Huhn separates a charred shoe from the wreckage of a plane that crashing into Watsonville Community Hospital Thursday, killing two adults and two children aboard. Dan Coyro/Sentinel
The scene of a plane crash Thursday at Watsonville Community Hospital. (JOHN WILLIAMS/SENTINEL)
A seven hour standoff in Watsonville ended early Tuesday morning after the Sheriffs Office SWAT team entered the house to find the two inside dead. Photographic coverage of the event was provided by Shmuel Thaler and myself, John Williams.
Silhouettes of a SWAT team enter the house on Lawrence Ave around midnight where a seven hour standoff ended with two dead in Watsonville. (John Williams/Sentinel)
Benji Amezquita works his way towards his victory against Marcel Siprein on Saturday during the Coastal Collision III MMA event. (John Williams/Sentinel)
Shmuel Thaler/Sentinel Eileen Drabinski's students participate in an activity at the Watsonville Trash Museum at the city's landfill on San Andreas Road on Monday.
A pair of H.A. Hyde fourth graders peek into the Trash Museum after arriving at the Watsonville landfill on Monday.
Eileen Drabinski's H.S Hyde School fourth graders check out the Watsonville city landfill during a field trip on Monday.
H.A. Hyde Elementary School fourth grader Kevin Zayas sorts through items on the recycle line conveyer during a visit to the Trash Museum at City of Watsonville's Landfill on Monday.
The Trash Museum's Wall of Garbage is a fitting backdrop for City of Watsonville's Environmental Education Coordinator Tami Stolzenthaler as she leads recycling-based games for students on Monday.
Photos from the Veterans Day parade, Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010 in Watsonville. (Shmuel Thaler/Sentinel)
The old saying 'Red sky at night, sailors delight' is proving to be prophetic as a glorious sunset over Watsonville on Tuesday leads the way into sunny skies and temperatures in the 70's and 80's in the county through the weekend and beyond. (Shmuel Thaler/Sentinel)