Loser Trifecta – Jesse Crow In Jail After P.G. Traffic Stop

Arrested for growing pot
Arrested for murder of wife
Traffic violation

Jesse Crow

KSBW reports that Jesse Crow was arrested in a traffic stop in P.G. He’d been seeing Summer Donovan of P.G. He carries a medical marijuana card – a response given when popped for growing over 300 pot plants in a house in Prunetucky.

Crow’s first husband, Cody May, revealed new details to Central Coast News about the days leading up to his ex-wife’s disappearance. “She said she was trying to sever the ties,” explained May when questioned about the last time he spoke to Crow.

May said he spoke to her about a month ago. She told him she was going through a messy split with her husband Jesse Crow. “She had left him and was calling me again because every time she was with him I wouldn’t get a call, and when she wasn’t with him I would,” he added.

Jesse Crow has avoided all organized searches for his wife, as well as the media spotlight. Police, however, said he is cooperating with investigators.

Loser Trifecta – Jesse Crow In Jail After P.G. Traffic Stop

2 thoughts on “Loser Trifecta – Jesse Crow In Jail After P.G. Traffic Stop

  1. Salinas Californian, 2/19
    http://www.thecalifornian.com/article/20100219/NEWS01/2190323/1002/Salinas-attorney-urges-public-to-keep-open-mind-deputies-step-up-search-for-Crow-s-remains

    It wasn’t until 16 days after Bunnell Crow was reported missing that Salinas police arrested Jesse Crow during a traffic stop at 9:15 p.m. in Pacific Grove. Crow was in a car with Summer Rae Donovan, 33, who has been named by police as a “person of interest.”

    Salinas police spokesman Officer Lalo Villegas said Donovan was detained and questioned, and her Pacific Grove home searched at the time of Crow’s arrest. Donovan has not been arrested, Fetherolf said Thursday.

    According to court records, Donovan has two previous alcohol-related convictions.

    same article reports Crow’s record:

    According to court documents, Crow, a 1995 North Monterey County High School graduate, has a criminal record dating as far back as 1996.

    In December 1996, Crow was arrested on suspicion of three felony charges of furnishing marijuana to a minor, and transportation and possession of marijuana. He pleaded guilty to transportation of marijuana in February 1997 and was sentenced to 180 days in jail and three years of probation.

    In December 2006, Crow was charged with defrauding an innkeeper, but the case was dismissed six months later.

    In November 2007, Crow pleaded no contest to alcohol-related reckless driving and received three years of probation.

    In Dec. 5, Crow was cited on suspicion of disorderly conduct for public intoxication. He pleaded guilty Feb. 2 and was sentenced to five days in jail and three years probation.

  2. The Hear-old 2/19/10

    Crow’s parents have retained one of the most prominent criminal attorneys in Monterey County and are believed to have considerable resources. His father is Dr. Deane Crow, former director of the emergency department at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital.

    The Medical Board of California lists his practice at his home address in the 6600 block of Langley Canyon Road in Prunedale. The Web site for the Medicinal Cannabis Caregivers Directory lists him as the owner of Opti-Med, a medicinal marijuana dispensary in Stockton. The day Ryann Crow was reported missing, Feb. 2, sheriff’s deputies found 300 marijuana plants growing inside her husband’s Prunedale home. He said he had a medicinal marijuana prescription and was growing the plants legally, a contention still under investigation.

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