If you can take county cars on vacation I guess it helps well paid cops have 2nd homes in P.G.
A driver was hurt when her car was rear-ended in Monterey by an off-duty Stanislaus County sheriff’s captain in a department vehicle, the woman says in a claim against the county.
Previous reports said no one was injured when Capt. Tim David, driving a sheriff’s Ford Explorer to his second home in Pacific Grove, ran into a Ford Focus on March 26.
The accident caused Sheriff Adam Christianson to issue a policy in April that prohibits taking home a car if an employee lives farther than 35 miles — Pacific Grove is about 120 miles — and will be away more than three days.