New Monterey Police Blotter – March 2010

Recreation trail assaults are up, the economy must be improving.

3/1/10 HAMPTON, MATTHEW was arrested for public intoxication in front of 398 Hoffman.

3/1/10 BEATTY, LISA was arrested for an outstanding warrant at Cannery Row and Prescott.

3/2/10 A victim reports the theft of items at 799 Lighthouse.

3/4/10 JEWETT, DANIEL was cited for disobeying a court order at Prescott and Lighthouse.

3/5/10 ARTELLAN, ALISHA was cited for an outstanding warrant at 237 Hawthorne.

3/5/10 MPD towed a vehicle for expired registration over 6 months in the 300 block of Spencer.

3/5/10 BEVERDING, JOSEPH was arrested for an outstanding warrant at 199 Laine.

3/5/10 WISE, BENJAMIN was arrested for possession of cocaine, cocaine base, and methamphetamine for sale, possession of narcotics paraphernalia and obstructing/resisting an officer at 199 Laine St. BEVERDING, Joseph was arrested for providing false information to a Peace Officer; NICHOLS, THOMAS was arrested for possession of narcotics paraphernalia, and NICHOLS, JOSEPH was arrested for maintaining a residence where narcotics.

3/5/10 DOWLING, PAUL was arrested for public intoxication at Cannery Row and Hoffman.

3/6/10 HERNANDEZ, PEDRO JR was arrested for public intoxication at 900 Lighthouse.

3/6/10 HENDERSON, KRISTOPHER was cited for a loud party at 431 Spencer.

3/7/10 A victim reports being battered at Prescott and the Rec Trail.

3/9/10 LOPEZ, JEREMY was arrested for public intoxication at Lighthouse and Reeside.

3/9/10 MPD towed a vehicle from Withers and Lyndon for expired registration.

3/11/10 A victim reports the theft of his vehicle from the 2000 block of Withers.

3/12/10 A victim reports a receiving a bad check in the 500 block of Lighthouse.

3/13/10 JEWETT, DANIEL and SCHAEFER, KENNY were arrested for public intoxication at 865 Lighthouse.

3/13/10 VASQUEZ, ERNEST was arrested for public intoxication in the area of Drake and Lighthouse.

3/13/10 CUDD, JEFFREY was arrested for public intoxication in the 500 block of Lighthouse.

3/13/10 JEWETT, DANIEL and SCHAEFER, KENNY were arrested for outstanding warrants at 865 Lighthouse, KFC.

3/14/10 MPD documented violations in Blue Fin’s Use Permit.

3/14/10 MPD documented a robbery and battery on the Rec Trail and Prescott.

3/14/10 ALSTON, SHAUN was arrested for public intoxication at 652 Cannery Row.

3/14/10 A victim reports the theft of items in the 800 block of Cannery Row.

3/16/10 A victim reports the theft of items in the 200 block of Prescott.

3/17/10 RUBIO, ROGER was cited for an outstanding warrant.

3/17/10 RUBIO, Roger was arrested for public intoxication in the 700 block of Wave.

3/17/10 MPD documented a dog bite in the 300 block of Archer.

3/17/10 A victim reports the theft of items in the 800 block of Cannery Row.

3/18/10 Monterey Police Department assisted in the issuing of a court order to the MyCaregiver Cooperative Inc, located at 554 Lighthouse.

3/18/10 A victim reports the theft of items from the 300 block of Cannery Row.

3/18/10 WYGANT, GREG was arrested for possession of Vicodin, possession of Marijuana and driving on a suspended license at Foam and Prescott.

3/18/10 WYGANT, GREG was arrested for an outstanding warrant at Foam and Prescott.

3/19/10 MPD is investigating possession of narcotics paraphernalia in the 600 block of David.

3/21/10 JANSEN III, CLIFFORD D was arrested for DUI at Foam and Drake.

3/23/10 A victim reports being battered in the 600 block of Lighthouse.

3/25/10 LEDFORD, CARL was cited for an outstanding warrant at 865 Lighthouse.

3/26/10 STOOPS, RYAN was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol at 652 Cannery Row.

3/26/10 HENTGES, THOMAS was arrested for driving on a suspended license and for possession of drug paraphernalia at Prescott and Hawthorne.

3/26/10 ALTFELD,DAILEY was cited for possession of less than 1 oz of Marijuana in a vehicle at 950 David Ave.

3/27/10 CANFIELD, TRISTON was arrested for public intoxication in the 600 block of Cannery Row.

3/27/10 HUFF, WHITNEY was arrested for DUI at David and Lighthouse.

3/27/10 MACCARONE, PETER and CUDD, JEFFEREY were arrested for Public Intoxication in front of The Monterey Plaza Hotel, 400 Cannery Row.

3/27/10 A victim reports the theft of items from his vehicle in the 500 block of Hawthorne.

3/27/10 MPD documented suspicious circumstances in the 600 block of Hawthorne.

3/28/10 BAKER, KASEY was arrested for DUI at Lighthouse and Reeside.

3/28/10 A victim reports being battered in the 700 block of Cannery Row.

3/29/10 MPD documented graffiti at 601 Wave.

3/30/10 A victim reports a peace disturbance in the 600 block of Laine.

3/31/10 MPD documented graffiti at San Carlos beach.

3/31/10 A victim reports a burglary in the 1100 block of McClellan.

New Monterey Police Blotter – March 2010

Smokers Need Not Apply At CHOMP

Any tobacco use actually.

smoking nurse
Etsy

“As a health care organization, we have a responsibility for maintaining a healthy and safe environment for all our employees, volunteers, patients and visitors,” she said. “We are also committed to promoting wellness. We’ve had a nonsmoking campus for a number of years, and this is a natural extension of that policy.”

Barker said studies by the American Cancer Society and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have shown that workers who smoke, on average, miss 6.16 days of work a year because of illness, compared with 3.86 days for nonsmokers.

Smokers Need Not Apply At CHOMP

Water Bills Will Double

I say leave residential bills as is and TRIPLE the cost for hotels. Make the biggest wasters of water bear the cost.

With or without a proposed regional seawater desalination facility, rates for California American Water customers on the Peninsula will likely double in the next few years, a company executive said Tuesday.

Cal Am President Rob MacLean admitted it would cost more to provide water if a regional water project is built. But he said the cost would be even greater if a replacement source to the Carmel River is not developed, and the regional desalination facility is the most inexpensive alternative.

“The rates will go up,” MacLean said after a Tuesday news conference in Monterey.

Water Bills Will Double

Crackpot "Artist" Rewrites History At Mvsevm

Someone sold the mvsevm a ball of sticks, called it art and left it in the garden. Looks like a giant dung beetle left it’s namesake in the garden.

Nest

The jewel in the crown of the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History’s redesigned Native Plant Garden is a “spirit nest” created by Big Sur artist Jayson Fann. On Monday, March 29 a crew with a crane brought the spirit nest to be placed in the garden where it will be available for the public to view, and to dream in.
Fann, an artist who “favors art that serves a purpose,”

It does serve a purpose, kindling.

Crackpot “Artist” Rewrites History At Mvsevm

Global Warming Kooks Meet At Asilomar

And try to ruin freedom as we know it through “alternate strategies”.

Not saving the planet

They released a joint press release Friday expressing “deep concern” over the limited efforts to reduce global emissions of greenhouse gases and calling for additional research to examine the need for “alternative strategies” to moderate future climate change.

Global Warming Kooks Meet At Asilomar

Should Have Taken A Taxi

Douches like this should be banned from driving a car for LIFE. Ride the bus forever.

Cory Overton

Two Monterey police officers were injured early Thursday when an alleged drunken driver collided head-on with their patrol car near downtown.

Cory Overton, 21, of Marina, was arrested and charged with two felonies, including causing injury while driving impaired and for driving under the influence.

Should Have Taken A Taxi

The Once A Year Passionfish Green Hoax

Lather, rinse, repeat. As long as this poof piece is reported every year, remember it’s about green in their wallets.

You should see the mountains of landfill-destined garbage and rubbish that this restaurant generates. Look at the grease encroaching the sidewalk leaking from their overflowing dumpster. See the other trash cans blocking the sidewalk. This “green” business practices is a farce.

Passion Fish Garbage

From:
http://gallery.mac.com/lsharpe#100020&view=grid&bgcolor=black&sel= (link dead – admin)

Passionfish also holds the designation of being Monterey County’s first green certified restaurant. Cindy, the daughter of a fisherman, serves on the advisory council for the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary and is a member of the Seafood Choices Alliance. During the past few years, she has been inducted into the California Restaurant Association’s Hall of Fame, been named a “California Woman of the Year” by state Assemblyman John Laird, and been among 10 finalists for the International Seafood Champion’s Award.

The Once A Year Passionfish Green Hoax

Jesse Crow – Murder Suspect, Medical Marijuana Card Holder

and son of a medical marijuana dispensary owner/manager. Crow was picked up in P.G.

Jesse Crow

The first search warrant served on this peaceful medicine user is at KSBW.

When police arrived, Ryan’s family had blocked Jesse’s truck in the driveway and told police they believed Jesse had a history of abusing Ryan — abuse that had gone unreported — and they suggested Jesse had a drug operation because he didn’t have a job, but he seemed to have plenty of money.

The warrant also calls attention to Crow’s father — a physician — confirming that Dr. Crow runs a medical marijuana dispensary. The warrant said it operates out of Soledad.

Jesse Crow – Murder Suspect, Medical Marijuana Card Holder