5/1/07 MCSO was aided in the citation of SHAFER, KENNITH EMIL on Muni Warrant #MS249651A for FTA on 647(F) PC.
5/1/07 SHAFER, KENNITH EMIL was cited for open container on Bruce Ariss Way
5/1/07 Citizen reports her vehicle struck and damaged at Prescott & Lighthouse. A WFA40’s in a Red Mazda 3 series fled South on Lighthouse.
5/2/07 HUDSON, GLEN was cited for trespassing on private lands at 798 Wave.
5/3/07 Citizen reports loss of a gold link bracelet on 4-30-07 at 800 block of Cannery Row.
5/3/07 The After the Quake at 643 Cannery Row reports theft of a vinyl jacket with a Monterey Bay logo on it.
5/4/07City of Monterey reports graffiti to the men’s room at Hilltop Park, 871 Jessie St.
5/5/07 REED, STEVEN was cited for driving on a suspended license, displaying false tabs, and not having insurance at David & Hawthorne.
5/5/07 Citizen reports theft of his Sony USB Thumb Drive in the 700 block of Lighthouse.
5/5/07 SPINDRAFT INN, 652 Cannery Row reports graffiti to the exterior walls.
5/6/07 Citizen reports the theft of a IPOD Nano while at Carls Jr, 900 Lighthouse.
5/6/07 MPD took custody of dog from a vehicle parked in the 300 block of Reeside for being deprived of necessary sustenance. Dog taken to City Yard.
5/7/07 NAKASHIMA, PAUL was arrested for public intoxication on the 300 block Lighthouse.
5/8/07 Citizen reports a burglary to his residence, 800 block of Hawthorne. Items taken: two Dell laptops. POE: Possible key used.
5/9/07 ROBINSON, TARA was cited for 6-28 MCC Vicious Dog for not having the court ordered muzzle on her dog, 6-3 MCC having a dog tied up, 22-15 MCC Urinating/ defecating in public, and 22-1 open container on Prescott/ Foam.
5/11/07 Prado, Antonio was arrested for DUI at David and Hawthorne.
5/12/07 CASEY, RAY was arrested for public intoxication at Lighthouse and Prescott.
5/12/07 BANEUX, ILIAS was arrested for DUI at Hawthorne and Dickman.
5/12/07 JOSE’S BAR AND GRILL 638 Wave reports two white males, 16-18yrs old, wearing white T-shirt’s and blue jeans riding unknown black mountain bike’s to have taken their cash register from inside the business. The cash register was empty and was later found in the 400 block of Wave.
5/12/07 Citizen reports unknown to have walked over the top of her vehicle while parked in the 400 block of Wave.
5/13/07 SPENCE, BRITTON was arrested for public intoxication at 200 Prescott.
5/14/07 Citizen 900 block of Archer reports his residence’s alarm to have been triggered.
5/15/07 Citizen reports being battered by a transient known as, “Rocky” at Bruce Ariss Way.
5/16/07 Citizen reports to have been chased in his car by a metallic gray, Ford Ranger stepside, unknown plate, by an unidentified driver on Lighthouse at David.
5/16/07 EVANS, RUSSELL was arrested for DUI at David and Laine.
5/16/07 MCSO was aided in the arrest of SPENCE, BRITTON for misdemeanor warrants at 700 Lighthouse.
5/16/07 ROTHER, TERRY was arrested for public intoxication at 700 Lighthouse
5/17/07 Fight between two male adults in the 700 block of Cannery Row.
5/17/07 Citizen 800 block of Laine reports the theft of the rear license plate from a black 1993 Lexus.
5/18/07 MONTEREY PLAZA HOTEL, 400 Cannery Row, found a blue and grey Magna Great Divide men’s mountain bike.
5/18/07 Citizen reports a blue and white Classic Charter bus to have struck his school bus at Foam and Irving.
5/18/07 Citizen 800 block of Archer reports theft of her Honda dirtbike.
5/18/07 Citizen reports theft of his black Hoffman BMX men’s bike from 800 block of Archer.
5/19/07 BOOTH, Lynn was arrested for DUI in the 400 block of Lighthouse. POLD: Rocky Point.
5/20/07 Vandalism to a gray 2003 GMC Yukon while parked at 242 Cannery Row.
5/20/07 Citizen reports unknown to have stolen a hand held GPS, IPOD, and vehicle radio, from his unlocked vehicle, which was parked in the 700 block of Irving.
5/21/07 Citizen advised that her dog was attacked by a dog in the 700 block of Lily.
5/21/07 MISHK, JEREMY was arrested for burglary and providing false information to a peace officer at 2055 hours at 610 Del Monte. The burglary occurred at Creative Tattoo, 800 Lighthouse #c, on today’s date at 07 hours.
5/21/07 MCSO was aided in the arrest of MISHK, JEREMY for an outstanding no bail felony warrant at 2109 hours in MPD Jail.
5/22/07 REYNOLDS, LARRY was cited for littering at Prescott and Lighthouse.
5/23/07 Citizen reports unknown to have attempted to break into the washer and dryer located in the 800 block of Parcel.
5/23/07 Battery between two male juveniles at Archer Park.
5/23/07 Juvenile male was arrested for vandalism on the Rec Trail east of Cannery Row and Foam
5/25/07 MPD towed a trailer with boat from the 900 block of Belden for being abandoned.
5/25/07 REYNOLDS, LARRY was cited for drinking in public on the north side of Longs.
5/26/07 Citizen versus parked car at Wave and David.
5/26/07 Citizen reports unknown to have bent her gas lid and scratched her 04 silver Dodge Dakota on 5-26-07 between 1740 hours and 1905 hours while parked behind 800 block of Wave.
5/27/07 Citizen used offensive words likely to provoke a fight against another citizen while protesting at Window by the Bay Park.
5/27/07 MAHANEY, ROBERT was arrested for DUI at Reeside and Lighthouse.
5/28/07 Citizen 200 block of Laine, reports the theft of her royal blue 2004 Yamaha Zooma scooter.
5/28/07 Civil issue with 700 block of Grace Street over tree trimming.
5/29/07 Citizen 700 block of Lobos reports an unknown suspect to have stolen a contractor’s saw, a spare saw blade, and an air compressor.
Pacific Grove police arrested a longtime Seaside High School teacher Tuesday in connection with the city’s first homicide since 2002.
Lynne Nicole Feurer, 65, known to friends and neighbors as Nicole, was arrested on homicide charges about 10:30 a.m. after officers found 81-year-old Joseph Francis Cupita dead in a duplex shared by the two in the 300 block of Eighth Street.
Feurer was first picked up by Monterey police at the London Bridge Pub near Wharf No. 2, after she reportedly told a visiting newlywed she killed her husband, said bartender Jason Wallace, who was on duty that night.
On May 6, a sunny Sunday afternoon, the Pacific Grove woman took her beloved blue BMW to El Estero Hand Car Wash for a spring cleaning. Watching the process from the video screen in the lobby, she saw the attendant put a final shine to her rearview mirror and started walking outside to drive it away.
And then someone beat her to it. An unknown man with a receding hairline and a big grin on his pale face jumped into the car like he owned it and floored it out the driveway.
“The guy just, bam, beelined, gave it gas and he was out of there,” said a still-incredulous Harmell.
It really is too easy. The attendants don’t check receipts, they hold the door open and let you in any car.
Laura Ellen brought back the KFAT sound to Pacific Grove’s KOCN before starting KPIG.
Laura Ellen Hopper, the longtime program director and co-founder of KPIG 107.5 FM, died Monday from complications of lung cancer. She was 57.
Hopper of Royal Oaks was widely known to fans of KPIG as the mellow midday disc jockey who loved to champion emerging country/folk singer/songwriters, but she also was largely responsible for shaping both the sound and the public image of one of California’s most idiosyncratic and beloved radio stations.
Another local hero has passed. . .
On Friday, a Gilroy man pleaded not guilty to charges that he molested a 16-year-old girl at the American Tin Cannery in Pacific Grove.
Sunny Kavil, 42, has also been charged with assault and felony sexual battery. He remains in police custody.
When PG&E workers realized the animal was sitting on the line, they shut off the power, said company spokesman Jeff Smith.
Here, however, the company — and thousands of customers who needed electricity — were unlucky: The raccoon was licking its paws on the piece of equipment that shuts down electric flow.
“That meant we had to go to a bigger one down the line,” Smith said.
Instead of 200 or 300 customers, about 6,600 houses and shops in Pebble Beach, Pacific Grove and Monterey’s Cannery Row were in the dark, he said.
A Pacific Grove resident was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of using a stolen credit card to purchase almost $300 of goods from the Long’s Drugs in Carmel.
Police said Lorien Lee Weaver, 30, of Pacific Grove, bought $292.89 worth of a digital camera, miscellaneous cosmetics, clothing and other items at the store in the Crossroads Shopping Center.
Odd is that this was only reported in the Salinas Clownifornian.
Administrators want the golf course to seek maintenance proposals from private companies, an action that could put 10 employees out of their jobs.
Eight of the employees are union members who must be offered other city jobs.
City Manager Jim Colangelo said he believes it’s unlikely a private company could provide the same quality of services at the course for less money, but he wants to provide residents — who may be asked to vote for a tax increase in November to bail the city out of financial difficulties — with a clear analysis.
Would they take a pay cut or decert? Nahhh.
Marina City Councilman Dave McCall was mighty surprised when he learned a long-missing campaign sign from his November 2006 re-election race was spotted last weekend on a street corner in Monterey.
He was concerned enough about the company being kept by the 2-by-4-foot red, white and blue placard to interrupt a pleasant Sunday afternoon and zoom down to Window on the Bay Park.
McCall bolted from his car, grabbed his sign, checked for any other campaign signs and started to leave. One male protester grabbed him for a moment.
McCall, who has his sights set on a run for Marina mayor next year, thought the last thing he needed was a confrontation in the middle of this scene. He whipped out his ID and the protester relented. McCall went home and called police to report the incident, just to keep his bases covered.
“It’s irritating, why someone would take my sign … or try to ruin my credibility using my sign in that situation,” McCall said later. “I just wanted to handle it calmly.”
The Ventana Wildlife Society is petitioning the city of Pacific Grove to help it learn more about monarch butterflies.
The group is asking the City Council for a letter of support that would help it get grant money to start a monarch habitat restoration project.
Aw, you thought they were studying the migration habits of tourists, huh?