P.G. Woman Arrested In Drug Lab Bust

Miles Clifford Farmer, 32, of Prunedale and Amanda Miyo Farmer, 29, of Pacific Grove were sitting in two cars behind the Motel 6 at 100 Reservation Road in Marina around 9 a.m. when officers ran one of the license plates and discovered that Miles Farmer was a parolee-at-large. Lt. Bob Nolan said officers also learned that Farmer had a previous conviction for operating a meth lab.

When the vehicles were searched, officers discovered a black satchel in one containing items that looked like a portable methamphetamine lab.

P.G. Woman Arrested In Drug Lab Bust

Caregiver Runs Up Unauthorized Credit Card Charges

Talielia Mekemke Naufahu, 45, of San Mateo was booked in lieu of $30,000 on suspicion of grand theft and theft from elders, police said.

Naufahu was hired as a caregiver for the couple in the past year. Police began investigating Naufahu after a member of the couple’s family found “unusual charges” on some of their credit cards.

Caregiver Runs Up Unauthorized Credit Card Charges

Not All Tourists Are In Blissful Love

What started as a weekend getaway at a Pacific Grove bed and breakfast turned bad for a Dublin couple Sunday.

The couple were staying at a bed and breakfast on the 200 block of Ocean View when Darren Errol Lawson, 28 allegedly assaulted his girlfriend about midnight Sunday. Police said Lawson left the room after the first attack and his girlfriend, a 31-year-old also from Dublin, locked the door and tried to call police.

Maybe the scones were stale that day . .

Not All Tourists Are In Blissful Love

Trespassers Arrested At Lillian King Home

Two Pacific Grove women were arrested Wednesday morning on suspicion of trespassing at a property owned by an aunt of one of the women.

Rindi Rehs, 33, was cited and released, and the owner’s niece, Cynthia Hurley, 47, was also found to be in possession of drugs, police said. Hurley was charged and released on bail.

“Right in the middle of all this wealth and affluence is West Virginia,” Chief Carl Miller said. “We were getting calls.”

Bad analogy, chief.

Trespassers Arrested At Lillian King Home

Marina Men Arrested In Child Porn Case

Marina police arrested two more men this week in connection with pornographic pictures of two Monterey County girls.

On Thursday, police arrested Edwin Nath, 26, and Justin Adams, 19, both of Marina,on suspicion of possessing child pornography and related charges, two days after arresting Michael Gruber, 28, also of Marina, on similar charges.

The three men sexually exploited two 14-year-old girls, said Marina police Lt. Rick Janicki.

Police arrested Gruber on Tuesday on suspicion of molesting a minor, transporting obscene material, having material depicting sexual conduct with a minor, and growing, selling and furnishing marijuana to minors, police said.

Nath and Adams were arrested on suspicion of numerous counts of possessing child pornography and trafficking obscene materials.

Adams also was arrested on suspicion of having unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor.

Marina Men Arrested In Child Porn Case

Good Old Days Aint What They Used To Be

Complaints have flowed in to Ammar’s office from residents who said the ad was tasteless and inappropriate for something promoting what is billed as a family event in, of all places, America’s Last Hometown.

The chamber’s mailer, which was sent to 12,000 Peninsula residents, features an advertisement depicting a couple lying in bed together, and a caption reads, “Ladies, are you feeling shy about taking it off for your husbands? Feel comfortable again about getting naked!”

“There was nothing about it that jumped out at me at first,” said Ammar. “Then the phone calls came in and I read it more closely. You would hope the ads would be more traditional.”

For the record, another ad inside the mailer depicts the backside of a naked woman sitting on a skateboard, with the upper half of her “backside” exposed.

 

68 Skate Ad

frigid lady
That’s one sad looking fat lady. You don’t see starving orphans in food ads or smelly drunks in beer ads, why do they use a sad fat person in a diet ad?

Good Old Days Aint What They Used To Be

Faster Times On P.G. Streets

The Pacific Grove City Council voted 7-0 Wednesday night to increase speed limits from 25 to 30 mph along nine stretches of city streets.

According to state law, speed limits are set slightly below the 85th percentile of a recent three-month survey conducted on city streets. The speed limit increase is the only legal way the police department can enforce radar.

Woohoo! Rev it up. The streets are:

  • Central from Eardley to Fourth
  • David from Devisadero to Congress (my favorite – look out LOLs exiting CC Gate)
  • Forest from Holman Highway to Hillcrest
  • Jewell Pacific to Lighthouse
  • Lighthouse from Asilomar to 17 Mile Drive
  • Patterson from Funston to David
  • Pine from Eardley Avenue to Alder
  • 17 Mile Drive from Sinex to Lighthouse
  • Sinex from Congress to 17 Mile Drive

Faster Times On P.G. Streets

P.G. Proposes To Run Golf Clubhouse

Before Wednesday’s meeting, City Manager Jim Colangelo said Pacific Grove was in a win-win situation because it couldn’t lose money.

“The concessionaire is not interested in extending the lease, and we are looking at this as an opportunity for the city to pick up additional revenue,” he said.

“This is an opportunity for the city to be able to look at how we can improve our service to the public and to the citizens of Pacific Grove,” said Leach.

Under the new management structure, the position of superintendent will also include the title director of golf. The city will hire eight maintenance workers and four part-time workers.

The proposal left Schenk skeptical.

If you already have the overhead in place to hire/train/pay an employee base, why not?

P.G. Proposes To Run Golf Clubhouse

Carmel Man Suspected In Rash Of P.G. Burglaries

Police are searching for a Carmel man they suspect stole credit cards, cash and other personal belongings from unlocked cars in Pacific Grove and Monterey last week, and allegedly forged checks to pay for a 1994 BMW.

Jon Cory Lanite, 19, is also suspected of stealing a 1988 Toyota pickup, police said.

Investigators said they identified Lanite in connection with the March 29-30 thefts after arresting 19-year-old Kyle Shiejak of Pacific Grove on March 31. Officers said the two were partners in the crimes.

Lanite was last seen Friday driving a white BMW with license plate number 3KHC887, police said.

Carmel Man Suspected In Rash Of P.G. Burglaries