Pebble Beach mom has son’s back. Both no match for the victim, “who fought back, but with restraint”.
Lois Lintz, 64, was released on a citation following the Feb. 25 scuffle, while her son, 32-year-old Jared Miller, who lives with her in Pebble Beach, was taken to Monterey County Jail after causing hundreds of dollars in damage to the police department’s holding cell, according to Carmel Police Sgt. Paul Tomasi.
Family That Fights Together, Gets Hit Back And Goes To Jail Together
Lets go fishing off the coast in a 15 foot boat! Twenty foot high waves were crashing. Huh?
I sure hope these two get a full bill from the state for the cost of their stupidity.
Two fishermen were rescued Sunday morning after their boat capsized in rough waters off Asilomar Point.
One of the fishermen was injured as he was trying to get back to shore and was taken to a hospital; the other fisherman was treated on the scene.
High Surf Advisory, What To Do? I Know . .
Joshua Walter Flatley according to the news
An 18-year-old Pacific Grove man was arrested Monday after Monterey County probation officers and Pacific Grove police searched a home in the 100 block of 13th Street.
If You Are On Probation, Don’t Keep Pot & Ecstasy At Home In P.G.
There’s another twisted headline in there somewhere – Use A GPS Go To Jail? Gimmee Gimmee Gimmee A Garmin (and all your cash)?
Cervantes, clean-cut and dressed in a blue buttoned-down shirt, black slacks and black dress shoes, was arrested on Highway 1 near the north end of Marina, but not until 12:45 p.m. — more than an hour after he left the bank. A straight shot from the bank to the point where he was arrested would take about 15 minutes, but Cervantes went on a detour through Pacific Grove and Monterey.
According to talk on the police radio scanner, Cervantes drove north on Highway 1 from the bank, then took Holman Highway to Pacific Grove. He made his way to the coast before heading back to Holman Highway and eventually back to northbound Highway 1.
The probable explanation for Cervantes’ extended route, said sheriff’s spokesman Mike Richards, is that “he got lost.”
The robber was on Sunset / Ocean View for quite awhile. Thought he was going to toss the tracker in the ocean. But crooks never are very smart.
Carmel Bank Robber Gets Lost In P.G., GPS No Help At All