Probation At Work

Need more of these kinds of checks.

Rachel Gilliam

KION

Rachel Gilliam, 25, of Monterey was arrested for two counts of possession of a controlled substance for sale, identity theft and committing a crime while out on bail, said police.

Police said the probation check occurred in the New Monterey area on Thursday around 9:34 a.m.

Investigators located 70.22 grams of fentanyl, .79 grams of heroin, .87 grams of meth and 10 unidentified pills believed to have fentanyl. Police say the fentanyl was colored pink, green, blue and purple.

Probation At Work

Why Is It Always Central Pharmacy?

Put a steel gate up. Central Drugs

On Feb. 14. at about 2:25 a.m., two men broke the front glass door of Central Avenue Pharmacy at 133 15th St. Surveillance video shows them hurling a large rock at the
door several times before breaking it, kicking in the broken glass panel, climbing in and hopping over the sales counter toward the drugs.

With firearms drawn, Pacific Grove Police officers entered the pharmacy and searched  for the thieves, Gordon said, but they had already taken off. The burglars took less than $50 worth of codeine,” Gordon said. “The only thing they took is liquid codeine-type products.”

Why Is It Always Central Pharmacy?

The Safety Dog Is Not Looking For Unsafe Lithium Batteries

Does the dog check the teacher’s belongings too?

A drug-sniffing golden retriever discovered a marijuana vape pen, while district officials found one package of marijuana edibles, two marijuana vape pens and three nicotine vape pens.

When the school administrator, along with the dog and handler and their support staff, enter a classroom the administrator announces to the class, ‘the safety dog is here today, please leave your backpacks and belongings in the classroom and exit the room with your teacher,

The Safety Dog Is Not Looking For Unsafe Lithium Batteries

Don’t Be Rolling Dirty When Parked On The Shoreline After Midnight

Raul got 4 years in county jail. Drugs, they make you stupid.

On April 29 shortly after 1 a.m., Pacific Grove police officers checked an illegally parked vehicle on Ocean View Boulevard near the beach and searched 40-year-old Raul Tapia and 39-year-old Monica Gallegos, who was with him, pursuant to the terms of his probation. At the time, officers reported finding drugs and “a dangerous weapon.” Duffy said they found 6.1 grams of methamphetamine concealed in a hole in the driver’s seat, and located a pipe, 4.5 grams of heroin, and four bottles of Jim Beam bourbon elsewhere in Tapia’s car

Don’t Be Rolling Dirty When Parked On The Shoreline After Midnight

Fentanyl Pushers Busted

Aint that stupid? Sending drugs in the mail.

Everette Cody Reed Madeline Sweet

A package containing furanyl-fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, sent through the Postal Service to a subject in Monterey was intercepted Monday. Deputies and the DEA served a two-location federal search warrant in Monterey on Tuesday and arrested Madeline Sweet, 28, and her boyfriend, Everette Cody Reed, 28. Both were taken to county jail. Sweet and Reed face up to 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine.

Fentanyl Pushers Busted

On Probation, Possessing Drugs And Guns A Block From Cop Shop

And busted. We wont name the persons that might have discharged a 30.06 rifle and a .357 magnum in the 400 block of Grand 30+ years ago..

Lorien Weaver Herbert Stevenson

During the search, detectives found five guns, high capacity magazines, ammunition, about two grams of methamphetamine, narcotics paraphernalia, and over 20 morphine pills.

46-year-old Herbert Stevenson and 40-year-old Lorien Weaver both of Pacific Grove, were arrested on suspicion of violating probation, various drug and firearm-related offenses, and child endangerment.

[KRON News]
On Probation, Possessing Drugs And Guns A Block From Cop Shop

Don’t You Just Love Public Transit?

Nekked drug users riding without a care.

Shoeless Rider Lights up Apparent Crack Pipe While on Bart

Note to BART: Please require your crack-smoking riders to wear pants.
It’s bad enough that some people get away with smoking cigarettes while on BART. But a rider puffing crack in the handicapped seats while wearing a towel(?) draped over his crotch, well, that’s going to give a transit system a bad name.

Don’t You Just Love Public Transit?

New Monterey Drug Lab Busted

Kudos to the Samaritan that tackled one of the druggies. I don’t know anyone that would want a drug lab endangering the block.

Alleged Monterey Drug Lab

Justin Kelly, 27, and Camille Voye, 23, both of Monterey, were arrested during a search around 1:45 p.m. in the 600 block of David Avenue, where investigators found a butane honey oil lab, said Monterey police acting Cmdr. Mike Bruno, a member of the team.

When detectives from the team arrived to serve the warrant, Kelly fled through a back door and ran to a side yard, according to Bruno.

The 27-year-old jumped over fences but was tackled to the ground by a good Samaritan and taken into custody in the 500 block of David Avenue, Bruno said.

Detectives also found 21 pounds of marijuana a half-ounce of heroin, concentrated cannabis, evidence of drug sales and drug paraphernalia at the home, according to Bruno.

[KRON News]
New Monterey Drug Lab Busted

High Speed Chase From P.G. To Salinas

And charged with cruelty to animals for having a puppy in the car.

Law enforcement from Monterey, Seaside, Marina, Sand City, California Highway Patrol, the Presidio of Monterey, and the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office pursued the vehicle.

The suspects were stopped near the intersection of Las Palmas Parkway and River Road in Salinas. The male driver and female passenger were taken into custody.

The driver, a 35 year old man from Seaside, was arrested and charged with evading a peace officer, reckless driving, driving in the opposite direction of traffic, possession of methamphetamine, and being under the influence of a controlled substance.

The female passenger, a 36 year old from Pacific Grove, was arrested and charged with possession of narcotic drugs and possession of burglars’ tools.

High Speed Chase From P.G. To Salinas

PGPD: Bring Your Drugs To Us

Bummer duude, it’s not a drug buy back program.

“The goal of the program is to allow citizens to deliver all of their unused, unwanted or expired medications to law enforcement officials who can in turn dispose of these controlled substances in a safe, secure and non-hazardous manner, potentially saving lives and protecting the ecosystem,” according to PGPD Cmdr. John Miller.

The program is anonymous, and medications may be dropped off in their original containers or deposited directly in the disposal bin. Liquid products should remain sealed.

PGPD: Bring Your Drugs To Us