Gregory Telles Pleads Guilty

Reported in December, guy tries to rape a woman then runs off an threatens a friend & friend’s mom.

The Monterey County District Attorney’s office said Gregory Telles, 21, of Pacific Grove faces nine years in prison after pleading guilty today to burglary, felony sexual battery and felony assault.
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The prosecutor said it wasn’t clear what triggered the crimes.

Just stupid, that’s the reason.

Gregory Telles Pleads Guilty

Lynne Nicole Feurer Sentenced To Six Years

Teacher gets half of the expected 11 years detention at most.
Nicole Fuere Court

After listening to more than a dozen people speak on Feurer’s behalf, Judge Larry Hayes said her positive contributions to society outweighed the aggravated circumstances of the crime that would have called for the maximum sentence of 11 years in prison.

Feurer, 66, was charged with murder in the death of 80-year-old Joseph Francis Cupita and could have been sentenced to life in prison had she been convicted at trial. She pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter in October.

Lynne Nicole Feurer Sentenced To Six Years

77 Year Old P.G. Woman Arrested For Beating Spouse

With a rolling pin. Holiday stress?

Maria Dematos was arrested at 11:29 p.m. after police responded to a report of a disturbance in the 500 block of Chestnut Street, where neighbors had reported a man screaming. The man was taken to a local hospital, police said.

Dematos was arrested on suspicion of spousal abuse and assault with a deadly weapon. She was mentally evaluated at the hospital then booked at Pacific Grove Police Department. She posted bond and was released pending arraignment, police said.

77 Year Old P.G. Woman Arrested For Beating Spouse

96 Year Old Woman Beaten To Death In P.G.

Around eight last night, Pacific Grove Police responded to a medical emergency on the 2800 block of Forest Hill Boulevard. When Officers arrived, they found 96-year-old Charlotte Danvers lying on the floor, badly beaten. Police say she suffered traumatic injuries and died earlier this morning. Bill Speacht lives next door to the Danvers and he says this comes as a shock to the whole neighborhood.

“We did hear some screaming before and things like that, but I mean it wasn’t like a common occurrence, and that’s what I told police,” says Bill Speacht.

Police arrested Danvers’ daughter, 63-year-old Jean Danvers. Officers charged her with homicide and she was booked into the Monterey County Jail today. Neighbors say they didn’t know the family well.

 

Danvers

Jean Danvers

More reports:
Hear-old
Cedar Street Times

96 Year Old Woman Beaten To Death In P.G.

Continuing – Lynn Nicole Feurer

Nicole Feurer Joseph Cupita

In Joseph Cupita’s last moments, his live-in companion was kneeling on his chest, suffocating him, and smothering his face with a pillow as the 81-year-old man grappled for his life, according to a picture painted by a prosecutor during a preliminary hearing for Lynne Nicole Feurer on Friday.

Prosecutor Elaine McCleaf presented witnesses who said tiny hemorrhages in Cupita’s face and chest areas showed he died of asphyxiation. Bite wounds on his hands and arms and scratches from his own fingernails on his face indicated he was trying to fight off his attacker when he died. There was also blood on his pillow, according to testimony.

Continuing – Lynn Nicole Feurer

Lynne Nicole Feurer Can Change Wardrobe

About time . .

Nicole Fuere Court

A Pacific Grove woman accused of suffocating her husband will be unshackled and in street clothes when she faces preliminary hearing Friday.

Judge James Cadle granted the motion by the defense attorney for Lynne Nicole Feurer, 65. Frank Dice argued that forcing Feurer to appear shackled and in orange-and-white-striped jail garb conveys an image of guilt.

Lynne Nicole Feurer Can Change Wardrobe

No Bail Reduction For Lynne Nicole Feurer

A judge refused Wednesday to lower the bail for a Seaside High School teacher accused of murdering her elderly male companion.

Visiting Judge Arjuna Saraydarian rejected a bail-reduction motion by the attorney for Lynne Nicole Feurer, 65, who was arrested by Pacific Grove police late last month.

Feurer is accused of killing Joseph Cupita, 81, at the couple’s home May 29. She has been held in jail on $1 million bail since being charged with Cupita’s death.

Defense attorney Frank Dice argued that her bail be lowered, citing her background in the community. He presented several letters from community members who said she is a good person.

Nicole Fuere Court

No Bail Reduction For Lynne Nicole Feurer

Lynn Nicole Feurer Claims Domestic Abuse

Nicole Fuere

A Seaside High School teacher arrested on suspicion of murdering her longtime partner said she was the victim of constant domestic abuse and was defending herself at the time of his death, a police report says.

Lynn Nicole Feurer said she recalled wrestling with Cupita and being on top of him on a bed on the second floor of their apartment on the 300 block of Eighth Street in Pacific Grove, the report says.

At one point during the fight, Feurer told Uretsky, Cupita stopped fighting — or moving at all, the document states.

Lynn Nicole Feurer Claims Domestic Abuse

P.G. Woman Accused Of Slaying Spouse

Nicole Feurer Joseph Cupita

Pacific Grove police arrested a longtime Seaside High School teacher Tuesday in connection with the city’s first homicide since 2002.

Lynne Nicole Feurer, 65, known to friends and neighbors as Nicole, was arrested on homicide charges about 10:30 a.m. after officers found 81-year-old Joseph Francis Cupita dead in a duplex shared by the two in the 300 block of Eighth Street.

Feurer was first picked up by Monterey police at the London Bridge Pub near Wharf No. 2, after she reportedly told a visiting newlywed she killed her husband, said bartender Jason Wallace, who was on duty that night.

P.G. Woman Accused Of Slaying Spouse