1/1/11 TIFFANY, CHOATES was arrested for DUI on Lighthouse and Reeside.
1/1/11 Hit and Run on Lighthouse and Hoffman.
1/1/11 Hit and run on Lyndon.
1/2/11 MOENING, ALLISON was arrested for DUI at Artillery and Pacific.
1/2/11 LOPEZ, JORGE, was arrested for Public Intoxication on Cannery Row.
1/2/11 PEREZ-FLORES, MAXIMO BENJAMIN was arrested for public intoxication on Lighthouse.
1/2/11 MARTELLARO, DEAN ANTHONY was arrested for public intoxication at Prescott and Lighthouse
1/3/11 Traffic accident on David and Laine.
1/3/11 MONTGOMERY, APRIL was arrested for driving under the influence at Artillery and Pacific.
1/5/11 ID theft on Cannery Row.
1/5/11 CAMPOS, ADRIAN was cited for possession of open alcohol on Pacific and Artillery.
1/6/11 Robbery on Cannery Row.
1/7/11 KHOSROWMANESH, MASOUD was arrested for driving under the influence at Foam and Prescott.
1/7/11 Vehicle burglary on Lighthouse.
1/7/11 Theft by use of access card on Lighthouse.
1/7/11 Theft on Lighthouse.
1/8/11 Found property on Cannery Row.
1/8/11 NAGY, JEREMY was arrested for public intoxication on Lighthouse Ave.
1/9/11 Stolen purse 600 block of Cannery Row.
1/9/11 Suspicious circumstances on Belden.
1/10/11 Stolen cell phone on Lighthouse Ave.
1/10/11 Commercial burglary on Cannery Row.
1/10/11 Auto theft from Archer and David .
1/11/11 Restraining order violation on Belden St.
1/11/11 Lost ring on Cannery Row.
1/12/11 Theft of purse on Lighthouse.
1/12/11 Theft of a bicycle on Laine.
1/12/11 MPD documented a peace disturbance on Lighthouse.
1/12/11 MCSO was aided in the arrest of EMINGER, TYLER, for warrants on Lighthouse.
1/13/11 MPD documents graffiti on Belden.
1/13/11 Stolen bicycle on Lighthouse.
1/13/11 VIRAMONTEZ, Shelly was arrested for DUI at Foam/Prescott.
1/14/11 JOHNSON, RYAN CONRAD, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in the 300 block of Lighthouse.
1/14/11 Theft of chocolate on Cannery Row.
1/14/11 Vehicle burglary on Cannery Row.
1/14/11 Restraining order in the 800 block of Laine.
1/14/11 Fall of a person on the Coast Guard Pier.
1/15/11 DESALVO, Ryan, was arrested for DUI and felony possession at David andLighthouse.
1/15/11 URSO, MICHAEL, was arrested for Public Intoxication on Lighthouse.
1/15/11 Found bicycles on Hoffman.
1/15/11 ROBINSON, PAUL was arrested for public intoxication at McAbee Beach.
1/16/11 DAY, LINDSEY was arrested for DUI at Lighthouse and Irving.
1/16/11 Verbal dispute on Lighthouse.
1/16/11 REYNOLDS, LARRY was cited for consuming alcohol in public at Bruce Ariss Way and the Rec.
1/16/11 Hit and run on Wave St.
1/17/11 Commercial vandalism on Foam .
1/18/11 Residential burglary on Wave St.
1/18/11 Traffic accident on Lighthouse.
1/19/11 Traffic accident on Lighthouse and Irving.
1/19/11 Traffic accident on Cannery Row and Foam.
1/19/11 Stolen beer on Lighthouse
1/20/11 ZURMATI, MOHAMMAD was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs on Foam.
1/20/11 Theft of recyclables on Archer St.
1/21/11 URSO, Michael was arrested in the 100 blk of Lighthouse for public intoxication.
1/21/11 Trespassing on Hawthorne.
1/22/11 Theft of laptop and case from Cannery Row.
1/22/11 Traffic accident on David and Foam.
1/22/11 Violation of restraining order on Cannery Row.
1/22/11 Grand theft on Laine.
1/22/11 JAMES, KYLE was cited for possessing less than one ounce of marijuana on Prescott and Cannery Row.
1/22/11 Traffic accident on Cannery Row and Prescott.
1/23/11 NELIGH, CASEY was arrested for tampering with fire equipment and public intoxication outside on Cannery Row.
1/23/11 Hit and run on Wave near Prescott.
1/24/11 Traffic accident on Lighthouse.
1/24/11 Traffic accident on Lighthouse and Irving.
1/24/11 Residential burglary on Hoffman.
1/26/11 WHEATLEY, JENNIFER and FULTON, AMBER were arrested for possession of drugs on Lighthouse and Drake.
1/27/11 Found ring on Recreation Trail and Reeside.
1/28/11 LAMB, ALAN was arrested for public intoxication in the 700 block of Cannery Row.
1/28/11 TAYLOR, LISA MARIE was cited for driving on a suspended license, no insurance, and making a left turn from Lighthouse to Drake.
1/28/11 Theft from a vehicle on Cannery Row.
1/28/11 REYNOLDS, LARRY was arrested for public intoxication on Cannery Row.
1/28/11 WEAKLEY, ROBERT was arrested for DUI on Hoffman Ave and Wave St.
1/29/11 MCSO was aided in the issuance of a citation to FARREN, BRANDEN on Archer.
1/29/11 MCSO was aided in the issuance of a citation to TYLER, REBECCA on Hawthorne.
1/29/11 BARNHART, GEORGE was arrested for DUI and for being under the influence of a controlled substance at Hoffman and Cannery Row.
1/29/11 NOWLEN, JAMES and PRYOR, JOHN were arrested for fighting in public on Lighthouse Ave.
1/30/11 Traffic accident on Lighthouse.
1/30/11 MCSO was aided in the issuance of a citation to PECKHAM, STEPHEN for warrants on Prescott.
1/31/11 Non injury accident on Lighthouse and Dickman.
1/31/11 Violation of a served restraining order at Prescott and Cannery Row.
1/31/11 Annoying phone calls on Lily St.
1/31/11 Found needles on Lighthouse.
1/31/11 Vandalism on Irving.
1/31/11 Stolen card on Spencer St.
Bad bummer – wet, freezing, stranded then arrested
Corey King, 22, of Pacific Grove, was arrested on felony warrants for driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and petty theft with a prior.
The arrest came after King and two of his friends called for help when all of their backpacking gear, including matches and clothes, were soaked by rain. Officials said the men, who have been backpacking since Friday, had been in “grave danger” of freezing.
Following the rescue, officials learned that King had a felony no-bail warrant for his arrest. King was arrested for the warrant and the two other men and dog returned home.
More busy work for DMC Construction I reckon. Another stadium and two more parking lots should take care of that.
The Pacific Grove Unified School District will receive $7.8 million in federal Qualified School Construction Bond tax credits, according to the state Department of Education.
These provide federal tax credits in lieu of interest to lenders who purchase bonds from the chosen schools. As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the selected districts also have the option to receive a direct cash subsidy payment from the Treasury.
Substainable P.G.’s so called “Green Spot”, a repository of garbage & propaganda.
Sustainable mosquito farming? No. All the public displays of water reclaiming, recycling and such are just a front to gain trust. Then they take your rights away..
Question 1: Have you heard the term Sustainable Development before?
Yes 38% No 57% Not Sure 5%
Question 2: Are you aware that Sustainable Development policy means severe restrictions on your local natural resources like water, and on private property use?
Yes 39% No 59% Not Sure 2%
Question 3: Have you heard of ICLEI?
Yes 23% No 75% Not Sure 2%
Question 4: Are you aware of ICLEI activities in your community?
Yes 5% No 91% Not Sure 4%
Question 5: Did you know that your community is enforcing international policy and laws, hiding them behind excuses like environmental protection and historic preservation?
Yes 10% No 78% Not Sure 12%
Question 6: Do you believe your community should be paying taxpayer dollars to an international organization like ICLEI to dictate local development policy?
Yes 2% No 95% Not Sure 3%
Question 7: If ICLEI is already in your town, do you want your City Council, Mayor, or County Commissioners to end its contract and stop paying ICLEI?
Yes 96% No 3% Not Sure 1%
Question 8: If ICLEI is already in your town, do you want your City Council, Mayor, or County Commissioners to continue its contract and allow ICLEI to proceed with its programs through non-elected boards and councils?
Yes 3% No 96% Not Sure 1%
Question 9: If ICLEI is not yet in your community, do you want your city leaders to allow them to get involved in your town?
Yes 2% No 97% Not Sure 1%
Sustainable Development calls for changing the very infrastructure of the nation, away from private ownership and control of property to nothing short of central planning of the entire economy – often referred to as top-down control. Truly, Sustainable Development is designed to change our way of life.
It looks a lot like the average motel in P.G. If it gets saved, you think they can get a alcohol permit and use it for receptions? How about a pub? The Orange & Black Pub. They can have butterfly tables.
Brokaw Hall was designated historic in 1996 after homeowners passed a bond measure to buy it and the property it sits on. Taxpayers are still paying for the purchase. Since then, however, the duplex, which lies within the Monarch Grove Sanctuary, has seen little or no maintenance and is crumbling.
City budget director Jim Becklenberg said the city would take action if it finds the building poses a hazard to the public. “We are trying to evaluate what the best use is for the building and how it can enhance the visitors’ experience there,” said Becklenberg, adding that there are no current plans to tear it down.
Next we may hear how Joel Woods ruined King’s life by being in an accident
The attorney, Heather Rogers, is so adamant about the point that she doesn’t even want Woods referred to as a “victim” in front of the jury as King is tried for murdering him by driving under the influence.
Rogers also tried some novel strategies, including asking the judge to prevent prosecutors and witnesses from referring to Woods as a “victim” in front of the jury, calling the word a “legal conclusion” that could place King in a negative light. She said the death of Woods was accidental, not criminal, and that only a crime could have a victim.
But the judge disagreed. “‘Victim’ is not a legal conclusion — it’s a word people use every day not anywhere near this courthouse,” Scott said. He concluded trying to remove it from witnesses’ vocabulary would be “impossible.”
Rogers also wanted witnesses, including a woman who dialed 911, to be forbidden from using the terms, “impaired,” and “reckless” when testifying against King.
Because, if it’s on the Internet it’s gotta be true, right?
The two men who contend burglars broke into their former Pebble Beach home in 2009 and stole as much as $80 million worth of art launched a website this week in hopes it will help lead to the arrest of the perpetrators and recovery of the works.
The web address is www.pebblebeachartheist.com (2015 update, site dark, 404).
After the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office looked into the case, an investigator accused the two men — who claimed an estimated $27 million to $80 million in art had been stolen — of insurance fraud, and called the alleged heist a “scam” and part of a “criminal enterprise.”
The new website reiterates what Amadio and Kennaugh have told the press before: that officials never investigated the alleged heist and didn’t interview them or other potential witnesses.
The aPOThecary never got off the ground, let alone close to eight miles high.
Possible change of venue?
Judge Timothy Buckley granted Pollacci’s attorney, Michelle Wouden, documents that had been subpoenaed from The Herald, the Salinas Californian, the Monterey County Weekly, the Carmel Pine Cone and the Pacific Grove Hometown Bulletin, as well as electronic media from KION News Channel 46 and KWAV 97-FM radio.
Officers went to the 300 block of Reservation Road after receiving a report about a sexual assault that took place at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday.
A female victim told officers that she had been sexually assaulted by a man that she knows, police said.
Police said they later identified Benny Torres, of Pacific Grove, as the suspect in the case.