9/1/08 JEWETT, DANIEL was arrested for public intoxication at Cannery Row /Hoffman.
9/1/08 REPORTING PARTY found a gold, Men’s Diamond ring in the 600 blk of Cannery Row on this date at 1530 hours. Ring contains four square diamonds.
9/2/08 Injury traffic collision on Foam, 74′ S of Irving.
9/3/08 JUVENILE was arrested for vandalism (over $400) in the 700 block of Hawthorne.
9/3/08 REPORTING PARTY found a CDC badge in the 600 block of Lighthouse.
9/3/08 VICTIM residing in the 300 block of Spencer reports unknown to have stolen the front California license plate from his vehicle.
9/3/08 MPD reports finding a large Gemini speaker in the #1 lane at the entrance to the south bore tunnel.
9/3/08 72 hour psychiatric evaluation in the 500 block of Hawthorne.
9/3/08 MCSO was aided in the arrest of SCHAFER, KENNETH WMA transient for an outstanding $5,000 misdemeanor “No OR” warrant on the Rec Trail at the Coast Guard Pier.
9/4/08 REPORTING PARTY saw a male subject pull the fire alarm at the Monterey Plaza Hotel, 400 Cannery Row, on 09/03/08 at approximately 2330 hours.
9/4/08 MPD investigating a fight in the 400 block of Lighthouse.
9/4/08 HERNANDEZ, HILARIO was arrested for driving without a license at Wave and Hoffman.
9/5/08 Suspicious circumstances in the 600 block of Cannery Row.
9/5/08 JEWETT, DANIEL WMA transient was cited for consuming alcohol in public on the Recreation Trail at Prescott.
9/5/08 VICTIM fell on the Recreation Trail at Drake.
9/5/08 Cannery Row General Store, 685 Cannery Row, reports theft of a 750ml bottle of Crown Royal from the above.
9/5/08 MPD aided MCSO in the arrest of DERBONNE, LINDA on two outstanding traffic warrants in the 700 block of Hawthorne.
9/5/08 Hit and run traffic collision in the 200 block of Cannery Row.
9/6/08 WHISKINS, CHRISTOPHER was arrested for DUI at Prescott/Spence
9/6/08 MPD found a bracelet at Wave and Cannery.
9/6/08 VICTIM reports losing his wallet in the 600 block of Cannery Row at approximately 1130.
9/6/08 GORDON, GARRETT was arrested for public intoxication at Hoffman/Wave.
9/7/08 GREGORY, RYAN was arrested for 647(f) PC at 625 Cannery Row.
9/8/08 JEWETT, DANIEL was arrested for Public Intoxication and possession of an open alcohol container while at the Rec trail and Prescott.
9/9/08 CUSTODIA, FRANCESCA was arrested for driving while under the influence of alcohol, after a traffic stop at Foam and Prescott.
9/9/08 R/P reports finding cocaine in a DVD case in the 1300 block of Irving.
9/9/08 R/P reports unknown to have vandalized the Clement parking garage, 700 Wave St.
9/9/08 TROTTER, LAWRENCE was arrested for public intoxication in the 400 Block of Cannery Row.
9/9/08 Victim reported unknown to have passed two counterfeit AAA travelers checks, valued at $100.00 each, in the 700 block of Cannery Row.
9/10/08 MPD towed a pickup truck from the 700 blk of Oak for expired registration over six months.
9/10/08 JEWETT, DANIEL was arrested for public intoxication in the 600 block of Cannery Row.
9/10/08 Citizen was placed on a 5150 evaluation in the 600 block of Lighthouse.
9/11/08 BIRCHELL, DANIEL was arrested in the 200 block of Cannery Row for burglary which occurred in the 200 Block of Watson. BIRCHELL was also arrested for a restraining order violation.
9/12/08 GAINES, MISHELLE was arrested for DUI after a solo vehicle collision on the northbound Lighthouse Curve.
9/13/08 ROBERTSON, KEITH was arrested for public intoxication at Pacific and Artillery.
9/13/08 MPD towed a vehicle for blocking a driveway in the 800 block of Hawthorne.
9/13/08 Victim reports unknown to have stolen property from his vehicle while parked in the 700 block of Lily.
9/13/08 Victim reports graffiti to their business in the 900 block of Lighthouse.
9/13/08 MITCHELL, JAMIE was cited for driving on a suspended license at Foam and Hoffman.
9/14/08 Victim reports vandalism in the 500 block of Belden.
9/14/08 Victim reports being defrauded in the 800 block of Cannery Row.
9/14/08 Victim reports being defrauded in the 700 block of Cannery Row.
9/15/08 Victim reports the theft of property from his unlocked vehicle in the 800 block of Cypress.
9/15/08 City of Monterey, Parking Division, reported receiving keys found somewhere on Cannery Row.
9/15/08 Victim reports burglary to his vehicle while parked in the 700 block of Wave.
9/16/08 TRIGO, JULIO was cited for a stop sign violation at David and Pine.
9/16/08 A blue dufflebag was found in the 200 block of Dickman
9/16/08 R/P reports finding a credit card in the 700 block of Wave St.
9/17/08 MPD aided MFD in a fire investigation of a vehicle parked in the 200 block of Lighthouse Ave.
9/17/08 Victim reports her vehicle burglarized while parked in the 800 block of Drake.
9/17/08 CITY OF MONTEREY investigating graffiti at Reeside and Cannery Row.
9/17/08 MPD documented graffiti in the 600 block of Wave St.
9/17/08 HULSEY, ELWIN was cited for driving on a suspended drivers license, an improper left hand turn, and less than one ounce of marijuana in the vehicle at Foam and McClellan.
9/18/08 Victim reports the theft of her mountain bike from the 200 block of Hawthorne.
9/18/08 HOFFMAN, ROY was arrested for public intoxication at Scholze Park.
9/18/08 JEWETT, DANIEL LESLIE was arrested for public intoxication at Scholze Park.
9/19/08 MAJIED, SHAMS was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, driving on a suspended drivers license, and a warrant out of Santa Clara County in the 300 block of Lighthouse.
9/19/08 SHAMS, ABDULL was cited for an outstanding misdemeanor warrant out of Santa Clara County, incident to his arrest at 337 Lighthouse.
9/19/08 R/P REPORTS FINDING WALLET AT CANNERY ROW AND PRESCOTT.
9/20/08 PELTONEN, JEFFRY was arrested for public intoxication at Hawthorne and McClellan.
9/21/08 MPD investigated suspicious circumstances in the 600 blk of Cannery Row.
9/21/08 Victim reported the attempted theft of his backpack from the 700 blk of Cannery Row.
9/21/08 Victim reported the theft of her mountain bike, from the bike rack located along the recreation trail in the 800 blk of Cannery row.
9/22/08 Juvenile was arrested for public intoxication at Foam and Lighthouse.
9/23/08 MPD documented a verbal argument between 2 persons in the 600 blk of Lighthouse.
9/23/08 Victim reports the theft of her purse in the 500 blk of Lighthouse.
9/25/08 HOFFMAN, ROY was arrested for public intoxication in the 200 block of Cannery Row.
9/25/08 Victim reports unknown to have punched him in the mouth while standing in the 800 blk of Drake.
9/26/08 VARGAS, MARIA was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop at Foam and Reeside.
(Journal News, LoHud.com, New York)
Police didn’t do anything when Michael Benjamin Harbert informed a cop that “my cell phone is broken,” after he apparently smashed it to the sidewalk on Post Road about 3 a.m. Saturday.
But they arrested him a moment later, they said, when he threw a bottle at a storefront window, charging the 22-year-old Pacific Grove, Calif., man with a disorderly conduct violation.
Harbert wasn’t finished though, and neither were police.
At 4 a.m., a report notes, Harbert was handcuffed to a railing in the booking area at police headquarters when he reached down with his free hand and pulled the faceplate off of an electric socket, exposing the bare wires.
He was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief, a misdemeanor, and placed in a holding cell.
Harbert was charged with a second mischief count less than an hour later, when police said he smashed a fluorescent light tube in the holding cell.
The council has before it a resolution approving a contract between the two cities for fire service effective Dec. 16 that resulted from three years of feasibility studies of a merger, according to Pacific Grove Fire Chief Andrew Miller.
Monterey, in general, pays more in salary for similar fire department work, he said, but Pacific Grove will save costs because fewer firefighters would be required at its station and the combined department would be able to draw resources from three fire stations in Monterey.
Should have happened years ago – about the time of the Pebble Beach fire on Huckleberry Hill.
Five a day, they always say, will help you have a long life. Except when a train is coming.
Stupid people are put in charge . .
The former principal of Greenfield Elementary School was charged Friday with possession of child pornography, possession of cocaine and drug paraphernalia, animal neglect and resisting a peace officer.
(Raul) Herrera happened to arrive home during the search and an officer approached him. Herrera made a move and the officer believed was reaching for a gun, which led to a short struggle, according to police reports. Officers allegedly found a small amount of cocaine in one of Herrera’s socks.
Before that sales tax increase goes into effect. Is there any place in P.G. to buy something (that’s not ‘art’ or rusty garden decor)?
The sales tax rate in Pacifier Grove will increase by a full percent to 8.25 percent effective Oct. 1, according to the state Board of Equalization. City voters approved the sales tax hike in the June primary election.
According to assistant fire chief Dave Brown, emergency crews were dispatched to the home on Balboa Avenue shortly before 6 p.m. Sept. 18.
“He was doing some painting or plastering,” Brown said. “He was working on top of a ladder and fell off,” landing on a plywood floor.
20 feet high on a ladder? That’s unsafe, next time use a scaffold.
A Soledad man charged in the 1997 slaying of a Peninsula youth told a judge Thursday that his defense has been hampered by the release of evidence by the Pacific Grove Police Department.
(Angel) Ruelas objected Thursday that there was no remedy for him to pursue sanctions against the police department for his inability to have the car tested for his defense.
He alleged that the police department and FBI missed some “basic tire impressions” at the scene of the crime.
“What else did they miss?” he said.
Well, when the split level is being foreclosed, the bimmer’s been repossessed, PG&E has disconnected for non payment and you are no longer allowed at MPCC, not much else to do but stack rocks.
A new fad has started in Pebble Beach — stacking rocks.
While most of the beach at Spanish Bay is covered in white sand and light shrubbery, a stretch of a little more than 100 yards is covered with hundreds of columns of stacked rocks, with some columns standing more than 5 feet tall. And they are arranged with the grace of a Japanese Zen garden.
J. Worthington going out of business.
The voters passed a sales tax hike. For that to work you need sales.