KION failed to tell us, is the media biased against Ford?.
The accident happened after police say a driver of a Ford Escort station wagon driving southbound on First Street rear-ended a Ford Taurus, causing chain reaction.
The Ford Escort then drove into a parked car and a stop sign before coming to a complete stop.
What Was The Make Of The Parked Car?
If I say that I felt that a teacher acted suspiciously would they get the same treatment? There’s no CTA union thugs to protect the students..
In her email she wrote, “…a teacher said my child who was waiting for his father to drop off his lunch, looked or acted or moved in a suspicious way and made a request to the vice principal my child be searched.”
Teresa Brunson is with the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District. She said school officials and law enforcement that work with them follow strict procedures when searching students. She said they are allowed to conduct searches when there is, quote, “reasonable doubt.”
“That can be anything – our direct observations, tips from other students or staff, an anonymous tip, and then we just follow through with that,” Brunson said.
Students Searched With No Cause?
Better they watch the teachers than the students.
Budget cuts eliminated the position four years ago, but parents say the officer is needed. They point to the recent crimes around schools which include a drug arrest last week at Pacific Grove High School.
Kindergarten Cops Back On The Beat
A Judge told a Salinas police officer prosecutors say molested a young girl in Pacific Grove in 2007, he will stand trial.
Friday, a judge told Lance Mosher there is enough evidence to go to trial.
Cop Goes To Trail On Sex Charges
The Presidio of Monterey, in partnership with the City of Monterey, will conduct an active training exercise on Tuesday, September 7th. The exercise is designed to test the ability of each organization to identify and respond to various situations.
A helicopter ambulance is scheduled to land on Presidio’s Soldier Field as part of a mass casualty training segment. Periodic gate delays can be expected, but they should not exceed five minutes.
Presidio Training Exercise – This Is Only A Drill
100 block of Lighthouse Avenue
An elderly woman is still recovering in the hospital after a late night house fire in Pacific Grove. The fire started around 10 p.m. Friday night in a duplex on Lighthouse Avenue.
Fire officials are calling the home a total loss and now four people are left without a home.
“She suffered some burns to her mouth and her hands as a result of her trying to extinguish the fire.”
The woman was inside her living room. She was lying on the couch and she had a heating pad on her arm. Fire officials are now trying to determine if that’s the cause of the fire.
Woman Injured In P.G. House Fire
Time to pay up, business and other enablers.
In the lawsuit, Taylor claims the Pollacci’s allowed their son, Thomas, to work at the store even though he was already a registered sex offender.
Taylor said the family did not supervise him, putting her and other women at risk of being sexually attacked.
Liquor Store Rape Victim Files Lawsuit
“We need it in this economy so many unemployed people and with all the depression. People need the financial help and this is a great way to generate that,” said Ammar.
Answer: Allowing Pacific Grove houses be rented at up to $10,000 a week for the U.S. Open. Is he talking about owners of homes that are good enough to net 10Gs? Or the servants in those homes? All the depression . . .
New Game: What Is Moe Ammar Talking About?
It has looked busier than normal at nights on the ‘Row. Downtown P.G. is it’s normal ghost town.
An unusually busy Wednesday night in Monterey, and it’s all because of the AT&T Pro-Am. Several Central Coast businesses say the Pro-Am has brought much needed relief, but others say so far, the tournament hasn’t had much of an impact yet.
“Business on Cannery Row has improved tremendously. There’s a lot of foot traffic and people from all over are coming into town,” says Bakery Owner Deborah Hannas.
Cannery Row Gets The Tourists, Tourists Get Cannery Row
Money is tight for Monterey and Pacific Grove police departments. “These days with budget situation being so tight everywhere looking for ways to stretch administration cost, “said Don Rhoads with the City of Monterey.
Monterey’s financial directors said there has been talk about merging both police stations, but nothing has been confirmed.
Is The Police Department Merging With Monterey?