New Monterey Police Blotter – August 2009

Let’s hear it for GONSALVES, ROBERT who appears nine times this month.

8/1/09 NITRINI, DANIEL PETER was cited for being in possession of less than one ounce of marijuana in the 600 block of Cannery Row.

8/2/09 MPD documented a drowning of a person.

8/2/09 GROEBLI, JAMES was arrested for public intoxication at Prescott and Foam.

8/2/09 WARREN, SPENCER was arrested for battery at CHOMP.

8/2/09 Yedick, Jacob was arrested for DUI, Driving on suspended license and no insurance at Lighthouse and Prescott.

8/4/09 MARTINEZ, CARLOS was arrested for public intoxication at 1 Custom House Plaza.

8/5/09 A victim reports a vandalism to his vehicle in the 700 block of Spencer.

8/5/09 FERRIS, JIM was arrested for burglary at 300 David.

8/5/09 FERRIS, JIM was placed on a parole hold, while in custody at MPD Jail.

8/5/09 NEISH, JOHN was arrested for public intoxication on Wharf 1.

8/5/09 GONSALVES, ROBERT was arrested for public intoxication at El Torito.

8/5/09 A victim reports the theft of items in the 600 block of Cannery Row.

8/6/09 A victim reports the theft of items from his vehicle in the 300 block of Hawthorne.

8/6/09 A victim reports the theft of items from his vehicle in the 200 block of Hawthorne.

8/6/09 A victim reports the theft of items from his vehicle in the 200 block of Hawthorne.

8/6/09 A victim reports the theft of items from her vehicle in the 200 block of Hawthorne.

8/6/09 GONSALVES, ROBERT was arrested for public intoxication on the Rec Trail at Prescott.

8/6/09 A victim reports the theft of items from his vehicle in the 300 block of Hawthorne.

8/7/09 GONSALVES, ROBERT was arrested for public intoxication at 265 Figueroa.

8/7/09 A non-injury collision at Lighthouse and Del Monte.

8/8/09 MPD documented a vandalism in the 800 block of Lighthouse.

8/8/09 A victim reports a peace disturbance in the 200 block of Lighthouse.

8/8/09 A victim reports a theft of items from her vehicle on Wharf 1.

8/9/09 A victim reports being kidnapped on Lighthouse.

8/10/09 GONSALVES, ROBERT was cited for an outstanding warrant in the 600 block of Cannery Row.

8/10/09 A victim reports a forged check in the 700 block of Cannery Row.

8/10/09 DECAMPOS, RICHARD was arrested for public intoxication at the Recreation Trail.

8/11/09 A victim reports the theft of items in the 900 block of Lighthouse.

8/11/09 REYNOLDS, LARRY was arrested for an outstanding warrant in the 800 block of Oak.

8/11/09 GONSALVES, ROBERT was arrested for public intoxication in the 700 block of Cannery Row.

8/11/09 AREVALOCRUZ, MALINA was arrested for public intoxication at 600 Cannery Row

8/12/09 A victim reports a stolen check being passed at, 600 Cannery Row.

8/12/09 Rodriguez, Yuviel was cited for driving on a suspended license at Lighthouse and David.

8/13/09 CUEVAS, EDUARDO was arrested for DUI, driving unlicensed, and no proof of insurance at Lighthouse and Reeside.

8/13/09 A victim reports being battered in the 200 block of Hawthorne.

8/14/09 REDE, Bernadette was arrested for public intoxication at 23625 Holman Highway, CHOMP.

8/14/09 GERSONDE. Justin was arrested for public intoxication at 32 Cannery Row.

8/14/09 A non-injury collision at Lighthouse and Prescott.

8/15/09 GLYNN, JANET was arrested for DUI in the 300 block of Lighthouse Ave.

8/16/09 A victim reports the theft of items from her vehicle in the 1600 block of Withers.

8/16/09 BECKER, Conrad was cited for driving on a suspended license at David and Lighthouse.

8/17/09 A victim reports the theft of items in the 400 block of Lighthouse.

8/17/09 A non-injury collision at Foam and Cannery Row.

8/18/09 A victim reports a burglary to his vehicle in the 800 block of Parcel.

8/18/09 A victim reports the unauthorized use of a credit card in the 700 block of Lighthouse.

8/18/09 A victim reports the theft of items from her vehicle in the 600 block of David.

8/18/09 SCNEDER, LYDIA MICHELLE was cited for DUI on a bicycle after colliding with a vehicle.

8/18/09 SCNEDER, LYDIA MICHELLE was arrested for public intoxication outside of CHOMP.

8/18/09 A victim reports a vandalism to his vehicle at Cannery Row and Prescott.

8/19/09 AVILES, JOSE was arrested for DUI at Lighthouse and Pvt. Bolio.

8/19/09 MPD towed a vehicle from the 400 block of McClellan for being parked in a tow away zone.

8/20/09 DONALD EDWARD VACCAREZZA was arrested in the 400 block of Cannery Row for driving under the influence of drugs and for being under the influence of drugs.

8/20/09 A victim reports the theft of items at David and Cannery Row.

8/20/09 Fahringer, Barry was arrested for DUI and being in possession of controlled substance at Foam and Reeside.

8/20/09 PEREZ, PAUL was arrested for battery with serious injury against, GONSALVES, ROBERT.

8/21/09 GONSALVES, ROBERT was arrested for public intoxication at Wharf 2.

8/22/09 GONSALVES, ROBERT t was arrested for public intoxication at 285 Figueroa.

8/22/09 A victim reports the theft of items from her vehicle in the 500 block of Laine.

8/23/09 SANCHEZ, RICARDO was arrested for public intoxication in the area of Drake and Hawthorne.

8/23/09 A victim reports the theft of items from his vehicle in the 700 block of Cypress.

8/24/09 GONSALVES, ROBERT was arrested for an outstanding warrant at English and Encina.

8/25/09 A victim reports a burglary to his vehicle at Foam and Irving.

8/25/09 MPD towed a vehicle from 750 Archer for being abandoned.

8/25/09 YOUNGBLOOD, GUY was cited and released for consuming an alcoholic beverage in public on the Rec Trail.

8/25/09 A victim reports a burglary to his residence in the 300 block of Archer.

8/25/09 A victim reports the theft of items in the 400 block of Hawthorne.

8/26/09 YOUNG, DREW was cited for an outstanding warrant at Mcabee Beach.

8/26/09 WILSON, JEFFERY was arrested for public intoxication at Bruce Ariss Way.

8/26/09 SCHAFER, KENITH was arrested for public intoxication at Bruce Ariss Way.

8/26/09 A non-injury collision at David and Cypress St.

8/26/09 NAVARRO, ANGEL was arrested for public intoxication in the rear parking lot of 686 Lighthouse Ave.

8/27/09 HATTAN, ROGAN was arrested for public intoxication at 300 Belden.

8/27/09 HATTAN, ROGAN was cited for an outstanding warrant in the 300 block of Belden.

8/27/09 A reporting party reports a burglary to a business in the 500 block of Foam.

8/27/09 LICATA, JOSHUA was arrested for possession of a controlled, being under the influence of a controlled substance, driving under the influence of drugs and possession of less than one oz of marijuana at Foam and Reeside.

8/27/09 A non-injury collision at Foam and Prescott.

8/28/09 A victim reports a burglary to her vehicle in the 600 block of Hawthorne.

8/28/09 A victim reports a burglary in the 700 block of Cannery Row.

8/28/09 A victim reports the theft of items on Cannery Row.

8/28/09 A non-injury collision at Foam and Irving.

8/29/09 A victim reports having a weapon brandished at her in the 300 block of Cannery Row.

8/29/09 A victim reports a burglary to his residence in the 700 block of Hawthorne.

8/29/09 A victim reports being battered on the Rec Trail near Wharf 1 Parking Lot.

8/30/09 A victim reports the theft of items in the 800 block of Cannery Row.

8/31/09 PEREZ-YANEZ,JOSE RENE was arrested for public intoxication at Lighthouse and Dickman.

New Monterey Police Blotter – August 2009

Got A Wind Chime? That's A $435 Fine In Pacific Grove

When you have a so called artist living across the street.

“It’s a shock,” Phil Allen said. “I’ll certainly fight this. With all the things the courts have to worry about today, I wouldn’t think this would even be worth mentioning.”

But Richmond Woodson, who lives across the street from the offending chime, said the constant ringing is like living across the street from an ice cream truck. Woodson, a 54-year-old art teacher who has lived in his house since 2000, signed a complaint about the noise, which forced police to cite the Allens.

Weeks later, about 4 a.m., Woodson decided he was fed up with the wind chime. He walked across the street and taped the chimes together.

“I apologized for the tape,” Woodson said.

Woodson admits to trespass and vandalism. Should be arrested for same. Kook also admits to patrolling the block to find other noises and turning them in.

This is not ‘the’ wind chime from the article
Redneck Wind Chimes

Got A Wind Chime? That’s A $435 Fine In Pacific Grove

Cannery Row History Signs Ripped Off

Just like poachers after abalone, them signs pry right off.

Cannery Row guard

“We don’t know,” Adams said about the thieves “if they are collectors or malicious vandals.”

 

The Business Improvement District, in partnership with the city, the Cannery Row Business Association, Monterey Bay Aquarium and InterContinental The Clement Monterey hotel, has put up informational plaques, murals and ceramic recreations of the row’s cannery labels of fish that were important to Monterey Bay’s seafood industry. A series of banners depicts historic row figures and selected quotes from Steinbeck’s works.

 

The Clement hotel built a walkway that gives pedestrians free access to the ocean side of the hotel and the rear of the Pacific Biological Laboratory, where Ed Ricketts plied his trade as a collector of marine specimens. Tiles showing each of the canneries’ labels have been placed in sidewalks where the canneries once operated.

Cannery Row History Signs Ripped Off

Deborah King Sent To Mental Hospital Instead Of Court

Deborah King
KSBW Photo

The young father was picking up his son, Jacob, in front of Pacific Grove Middle School Sept. 2, 2008, when Deborah King allegedly ran him down in her BMW SUV. Though she was arrested and later charged with murder and gross vehicular manslaughter, King has yet to face a trial.

 

But that doesn’t sit well with Summer Coe, a good friend of the Woods family, who believes King — with five previous DUI convictions on her record — should pay for her fatal error.

 

“I am outraged that she has yet to face any charges,” Coe said. “It seems that she kind of got away with playing the victim card, where someone else might have been held accountable.”

Going to Patton State Hospital. Does not sound like a cakewalk..

L.A. Times 12/10/2008:

At least one psychiatrist at Patton said he believed conditions have worsened during the period of federal oversight, in part because of a sharp increase in demand for documentation that he says has left clinicians less time for patient care.

 

“Everyone is so fatigued doing paperwork,” said the psychiatrist, who asked not to be named out of fear it could jeopardize his job. “The assault rate has increased.”

Data posted on the website of the state Department of Mental Health show there have been recent increases in patient-on-patient aggression resulting in major injury as well as increases in the number of self-inflicted major injuries.

Deborah King Sent To Mental Hospital Instead Of Court

Book Lovers To Do "Whatever They Can" To Fund Library

Ask for more taxes!!

Wonder if they have a backup plan?

Liberry

A campaign committee in favor of Measure J, a parcel tax to support the Pacific Grove Public Library, was formed late Wednesday after a meeting at the Pacific Grove First United Methodist Church.

 

Measure J, which would levy a flat $96 tax on each parcel and $75 for each unit of a multi-family residential building, is expected to raise an estimated $630,000 annually from the city’s 6,000 parcels plus apartment units, said city Management and Budget Director Jim Becklenberg.

That alone wouldn’t be enough for 40 hours a week, Headly said.

Think that this added tax will benefit the library only? Wrong. The city will be able to draw money away from the library to fund other things. Say forinstance, sustainable seagull repellent for the roof of city hall.

Monterey Hear-Old, 8/25

“It is a way to set the library up with a base outside of the city’s general fund,” Becklenberg said.

 

Passage of the measure, he said, could secure the future of the library and provide general fund savings of approximately $400,000 toward the $2 million city budget deficit, since Measure J funding would allow the city to use its regular library budget for other purposes until the budget can be balanced.

Book Lovers To Do “Whatever they can” To Fund Library

Jersey Swimmer Attempts To Swim Across Bay

Let’s give it up to the jellyfish for chasing the yankee away.

A New Jersey man will attempt something on the Central Coast that only one other person is known to have accomplished — a solo swim across Monterey Bay.

 

On Thursday, Bruckner Chase will jump in the water near the Santa Cruz wharf at 4 a.m. and try to swim roughly 25 miles to Lover’s Point in Pacific Grove.

 

Chase will have to overcome cold water, whales, jelly fish and sharks if he hopes to complete the swim.

FAIL 8/21

A little after 10 a.m. — more than six hours into his swim — Chase said cold water and jellyfish, which were biting him in the face and arms, got the best of his body and he knew it was time to stop.


Load of BS 8/23
Bruckner Chase appears to be one of the sustainability kooks. Real glad he failed now. Learn about your freedoms being taken away under the cloak of “Sustainability”.
Bruckner Chase

Jersey Swimmer Attempts To Swim Across Bay