Don’t tell me the robbers ran up the street to the police station? One of the suspects was ordered to undergo a mental health evaluation
Riley Elvin, 24, and Jorge Cisneros, 22, were housed in
Monterey County Jail on felony charges of robbery, drug
possession, probation violation and other crimes.
A couple of guys went into the store acting suspiciously and attempted to steal some alcohol and products from the store,” Lakind said. “They were confronted by an employee, and they took off running and were arrested a few blocks away.”
What would have been shoplifting became a robbery charge when the men tangled with the employee who tried stop them.
Grove Market Robbers Arrested
Developer pays the $475,000 fine for improper disposal, about $19,000 per condo.
Specifically, (District Attorney Jeannine) Pacioni said that inspectors with the Monterey Bay Air Resources District between November 2015 and September 2017 found that construction crews “had repeatedly disturbed asbestos-containing materials,” many of which had been identified in an asbestos survey of the building before the start of the renovation project.
While materials containing asbestos are supposed to be disposed of in containers intended for hazardous waste, workers at the Holman building threw the materials
away with regular construction waste, according to Pacioni, who said the developer and owner were cooperative throughout the investigation.
Is The Holman Building Cleared Of Asbestos?
Monterey political candidates take note: No longer will you be able to stick signs in the ground on city property.
It’s not just political signs, but all signs that are placed on the public’s property will suffer scrutiny by the city’s code enforcement department. Of course there are exceptions, most notably the prohibition doesn’t apply to the use of city property for people who have a special event permit, license agreement, concession or a lease.
Monterey Bans The Bandit Signs
Be all that, with a spokesdog.
From beginning to end of the video, the pudgy little canine would pop in one shop, look around, and head out to sniff out his next adventure. There is a barbershop scene, and another as he sits critically in a golf cart commenting on a swing. In the end, he is sitting contentedly watching the sun set over the ocean waves.
One of the goals of the $6,000 video — shot by a KION crew — is to distinguish Pacific Grove as its own destination point.
Be Vibrant! Attract Dog Lovers! Be A Destination!