According to a news release, on Sept. 23, Monterey police received a tip from another agency that a sexual assault happened in the city of Monterey.
During the investigation, they discovered 55-year-old John Wright and 20-year-old Orlando Aquino of San Francisco met their juvenile victim online.
The victim and the two men eventually met in the city of Monterey where they allegedly sexual assaulted the person. One of the men, Wright, is a sex offender who was living in the 600 block of Lighthouse avenue in Monterey but failed to register as a sex offender under California’s Megan’s Law. Wright was convicted in 1985 for lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14 years old.
Sexual Assault Of Juvenile Puts Two In Jail
and had a movement.
At least the handicap parking spaces are open for their real use now.
Central Coast Juicery Served Up Prune Juice
And full health benefits. OK, what does her performance appraisal have to merit such a handout? Besides allegedly lying to get her child a covid jab.
Councilperson Jenny McAdams Wants A 100% Raise
Power to get her underage child a vaccine?
A Pacific Grove councilwoman who has passionately urged citizens to get vaccinated against Covid-19 apparently thought it was so important that she misrepresented her son’s age to get him inoculated against the disease. Multiple sources told The Pine Cone that Jenny McAdams, 46, first elected to the council in 2018, admitted to them that she misled health officials so her youngest son could get immunized. The Food and Drug Administration has only authorized the vaccine for children 12 years and older, but McAdams’ kid — an elementary school student — is several years younger than that.
Power Corrupts, Does Jenny McAdams Have The Power?
Has a nice view of the VW Repair shop.
In an Aug. 25 civil complaint, Blue Wave Enterprises
and Jon Kramer contend that when they tried to submit
an application for the three-unit hotel at 176 Central Ave.,
city hall refused “to accept and process” the document.
The lawsuit argues the hotel should be allowed per Pacific
Grove’s local coastal plan.
Kramer first proposed a mixed-use development, in
cluding two residential units and a retail space. City staff
told him that he could not pursue the project because of
zoning issues. Kramer issued revised plans without the
residential units and replaced them with hotel rooms. The
city turned that request down, too, also citing zoning.
“City staff instead suggested that petitioners pursue
a subsequent ballot initiative to allow a hotel use on the
property, or to bring forward a new project consistent”
Minnesota Developer Wants To Build Hotel At 176 Central