5/1/11 WIEGAND, CALEB was arrested for public intoxication after barricading himself in a stranger’s vehicle at The Portola Hotel Garage.
5/1/11 REYNOLDS, LARRY was cited for an open container in public at 700 Cannery Row.
5/1/11 SULLIVAN, JENNIFER was cited for trespassing on Belden.
5/2/11 Graffiti at Archer Park.
5/3/11 Traffic accident on Pacific and Lighthouse.
5/3/11 JEWETT, DANIEL was arrested for pubic intoxication at Prescott and Foam.
5/3/11 REYNOLDS, LARRY, VASQUEZ, ERNEST, and ROTHER, TERRY were all cited for consuming alcohol in public at Prescott and Foam.
5/4/11 DAVIS, CHRISTOPHER was arrested for misdemeanor hit and run, DUI, and resisting arrest at the San Carlos Beach parking lot.
5/4/11 Graffiti at Cannery Row and Wharf #1.
5/4/11 Traffic accident on Lighthouse Ave.
5/4/11 ROHN, STEPHEN was arrested for DUI subsequent a Traffic Accident at Portola Plz.
5/5/11 Vandalism on Foam St.
5/5/11 Hit and run on Foam St.
5/5/11 REYNOLDS, LARRY was arrested for public intoxication on Cannery Row.
5/5/11 MCSO was added in the arrest of REYNOLDS, LARRY on a warrant after contacting him to the rear of the Chart House.
5/6/11 Commercial burglary on Cannery Row.
5/6/11 JEWETT, DANIEL was arrested for public intoxication in the 700 block of Cannery Row.
5/8/11 JEWETT, DANIEL was arrested for public intoxication at Prescott and Lighthouse.
5/8/11 MCSO was aided in the issuance of a citation to TURNER, VINCENT for a warrant in the 700 block of Cannery Row.
5/8/11 Robbery on the Rec Trail near Wharf 2.
5/9/11 Illegal dumping at lower presidio.
5/9/11 Found tackle box at Cannery Row and Hoffman.
5/10/11 Grand theft from building on Archer.
5/11/11 DRUMMONDO, JOSIAH was arrested for possessing a concealed firearm on his person on Lighthouse Avenue. RUIZ, JORGE was cited for driving on a suspended license and released at the scene on citation.
5/12/11 JEWETT, DANIEL was arrested for public intoxication near 700 Lighthouse.
5/13/11 Vandalism at Archer Park Center.
5/13/11 BROWN, CYNTHIA was arrested for DUI after being involved in a collision with a parked vehicle at David/ Belden.
5/14/11 TRILLO, MARIBEL was arrested for possession of a stolen firearm, possession of two loaded/concealed firearms and possession of firearms not registered them in a vehicle at Hoffman / Cannery Row.
5/14/11 JUVENILE was cited for shooting his pellet gun at Prescott and Terry.
5/14/11 Traffic accident at Lighthouse and Hoffman.
5/14/11 Traffic accident in the 400 block of Cannery Row.
5/14/11 Vandalism on McClellan.
5/15/11 MARTINEZ, ISABEL was arrested for public intoxication on Cannery Row.
5/15/11 Residential burglary on McCllellan.
5/15/11 Traffic accident on Via Mar Monte Lighthouse & Private Bolio.
5/16/11 Offensive words used at Wharf 2.
5/17/11 Traffic accident on Pacific Grove at Oak and David.
5/18/11 Graffitti on Fisherman’s Wharf.
5/18/11 Harassing phone calls on McClellan.
5/18/11 Vandalism on Laine.
5/19/11 Theft by use of access card on Hawthorne St.
5/20/11 JEWETT, DANIEL was arrested for public intoxication and possession of less than one ounce marijuana at Prescott and Lighthouse.
5/21/11 Robbery on Cannery Row.
5/21/11 HITES, LASZLO PAL was arrested for DUI at Dickman & Foam.
5/22/11 Traffic accident on Foam and Lighthouse.
5/22/11 Hit and run in the 500 block of Lighthouse.
5/23/11 VALDES-RAIGOZA, FRANCISCO was arrested for public intoxication on Wharf 1.
5/23/11 JEWETT, DANIEL was arrested for public intoxication on Lighthouse.
5/23/11 Theft from a motor vehicle on Spencer St.
5/24/11 Hit and run on Pine and David.
5/24/11 Residential burglary on McClellan Ave.
5/25/11 Traffic accident on Hawthorne and Prescott.
5/26/11 Theft from a motor vehicle on Scott and Pacific.
5/26/11 Graffiti on Cannery Row.
5/26/11 MPD documented several hundred items of graffiti on Cannery Row.
5/26/11 GONSALVES, ROBERT was arrested for public intoxication on the Recreation Trail at Custom House Plaza.
5/27/11 LEDFORD, CARL was cited and released for an open alcohol container and camping on Dickman,
5/27/11 SCHOHL, MAXIMILIAN was arrested for public intoxication at Foam and Prescott.
5/27/11 ROTHER, TERRY was issued a citation for a warrant at Rec. Trail and Dickman.
5/28/11 PARKER, CHRISTOPHER was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in the 800 block of Pine.
5/28/11 Traffic accident on Wave and Prescott.
5/29/11 Assault on Oak Newton Park.
5/29/11 MELLIN, FERNANDO was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and Minor driving with a BAC of 05% or more at Foam and Cannery Row.
5/29/11 Theft from a building on Cannery Row.
5/29/11 Traffic accident on Foam and Irving.
5/29/11 GARZA, SAUL was cited for suspended license, and failing to stop at a red light at Foam and Cannery Row.
5/29/11 GONSALVES, ROBERT was arrested for public intoxication at 800 Cannery Row.
5/29/11 Traffic accident on Cannery Row.
5/29/11 Criminal threats on Belden St.
5/30/11 GONSALVES, ROBERT SHAWN was arrested for public intoxication on Cannery Row.
5/30/11 Criminal threats on Cannery Row.
5/30/11 Hit and run near Foam and Reeside.
5/30/11 Towed motorcycle on Cannery Row.
5/30/11 Grand theft shoplifting on Cannery Row.
5/30/11 CORTINAS, TONY was arrested for stealing on Cannery Row.
5/30/11 Traffic accident on Foam and Irving.
5/31/11 Defrauding an innkeeper on Fisherman’s Wharf.
Was reported at 3 am.
Victim was hitchhiking on Highway 68, when four males stopped in a vehicle and offered to give him a ride. The males then attacked the victim and tried to take a bag from him that he was carrying. Victim fought back, knocking one of the suspects out. At which time he was hit in the head with a baseball bat knocking him unconscious.
Idea from Margaret E. Leighton of Seaside, that town with the car lots that pretend to be in Monterey..
I’m sorry, but I don’t care if they do make the fries from a whole potato while I look on in awe — I can’t get bacon!
And while I appreciate that all of you closet burger-eaters from P.G. flock in the evenings to Seaside to get the fast food unavailable to you in your hometown, go home in your Prius, and badger your city council for an In-N-Out burger.
Our elected tax grubbers, and Moe.
American Tin Cannery Outlets – Future Motel?
No, please don’t build more motels on the beaches. Are more rooms really what we need? The crusty motels need to provide the customers their money’s worth. Tear down some of those Brokaw Halls they call lodges and build something worth coming to.
ATC should be torn down and made into a condo. Corral all them part time residents into their own vacation home paradise.
And tell Moe he can make more money selling parking spots to the ‘good ol boys club’ at his new gaudy tourist information center. I see way more cars in that lot than people in the building. What’s going on there?
Visions of tax revenues from new hotel rooms are dancing in the heads of city officials. They estimate about 80 hotel rooms could be added at existing properties, which would bring in up to $300,000 a year more to city coffers. Even more bed tax money would be generated by new hotels near Lovers Point and the Monterey Bay Aquarium where the American Tin Cannery sits.
Representatives from the business community told the council the city should pick up the tab. Moe Ammar, leader of the local Chamber of Commerce, for example, said that since the city would gain thousands of dollars in increased bed tax from new guest rooms, the city should pay.
But residents who spoke to the council said the businesses should pay.
The council split the difference, voting 6-0 that the city would put up half the money if the hospitality industry put up the other half. The city is waiting for a response..
This Week In Fire #2
Pacific Grove police arrested a 15-year-old boy Saturday on suspicion of setting a fire near Forest Grove Elementary School.
The fire was reported about 4 p.m. Friday in the Rip Van Winkle Open Space in the 1000 block of Congress Avenue, police said in a news release.
Being stupid may reduce his lifespan, though
A judge has ruled that a former Soledad man charged with the 1997 slaying of Monterey High School student Kristopher Olinger is competent to stand trial.
Judge Mark Hood ordered a mental evaluation for Angel Ruelas on May 4 after a bizarre verbal standoff over Ruelas’ efforts to represent himself in trial as a “sovereign citizen.”
Ruelas, who is in Salinas Valley State Prison on an unrelated carjacking conviction, somehow latched onto the theories and has had a series of nonsensical exchanges with Hood in recent months.
By order of the state. Make way for ugly native weeds.
Scraped earth is all that remains of a well kept mini golf course that was once prominent in the front of Robert and Maureen Feduniak’s house not far from Cypress Point. A bulldozer ripped out the lavish greens over the past two weeks.
The seemingly innocuous golf course — which looked like little more than a well groomed lawn to passersby — first drew the ire of the coastal commission in 2001 when the state agency was notified by a Del Monte Forest Foundation forester the novelty course violated a conservation easement limiting landscaping on the property to native plants — a condition of a 1983 permit for the home.
Capped. Sounds like shooting it dead. Who makes up that labor board?
CalPERS allows a police officer to retire at 50 with a substantial pension. Police argue that it will be difficult to recruit and retain officers if their pension plan is capped.
The PERB complaint follows a lawsuit the PGPOA filed on Nov. 3, 2010, against the city over the pension issue. “The retirement contribution ordinance exceeds the initiative power of the people and violates the city’s charter and is therefore invalid and unenforceable,” according to the suit filed in Monterey County Superior Court.
Tommy has a public defender?
The trial of former liquor store worker Tom Pollacci — who was convicted last year of raping a woman before being charged with three more rapes — will not be moved to Madera County as his public defender had sought.
Though Pollacci’s attorney, Michelle Wouden, had argued the trial should be moved because it would be difficult to seat an impartial jury considering the extensive news coverage of Pollacci’s criminal cases, Superior Court Judge Terrance Duncan ruled May 20 the trial will stay in Monterey County.
The Pine Cone is now publishing P.G. Police logs – check it out
A 75-year-old male on Presidio Boulevard was arrested for striking another person in the head with a hammer. Landlord was upset that the tenant below was using the hammer. He entered the tenant’s room, told him to stop, grabbed tenant and took hammer from him. Tenant’s friend tried to intervene. Landlord then struck tenant’s friend in the face and on his back with hammer, causing multiple injuries. Medical refused by all parties. Landlord arrested for ADW. Held on bail and transported to county jail.