Dead Body Found Off Shore

Possibly a suicide

The Monterey County Sheriff’s dive team recovered a body off of the Pacific Grove coastline on Monday.

The call came in Monday reporting that a body was floating in the water near one of the turnouts on Oceanview Boulevard, officials reported.

Search and rescue teams recovered the body and on Tuesday dive teams returned to the water to search for any evidence under the water. The victim did not appear to be a diver.

Dead Body Found Off Shore

Guard Your Wallet

P.G. is looking for more money to construct more restrictive pathways along the ocean front. 1 mile of “improvements” for @2,400,00.00. 454 per foot. Will they also put fiber in the sewers?

Crespi not pond

The city has proposed building a 5-footwide, .8-mile-long path seaward of Ocean View Boulevard called the Point Pinos Trail Project.It will connect from the existing curb-side trail near Acropolis Street west to the Great Tidepool.

While engineers estimate the construction is expect ed to cost $2 million, the city also needs $400,000 more to allow for contingency and project management and  archeological monitoring, Gho said. The $2.4 million trail will largely be paid for with $1.8 million in tax dollars from the Coastal Conservancy. The city contributed $250,000 from its general fund via the Capital improvement program.

Guard Your Wallet

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

Couple Robbed While Parked In P.G.

Getting beaten and robbed late at night in P.G. and not cooperating with Police? Why that?

Anyway, the recreation trails and shoreline turnouts are dangerous places at night.

Four mwn — one armed with a handgun — robbed a man and a woman in a parked car on Ocean View Boulevard around 11 p.m.

The victims, who were not named, are Monterey Peninsula residents, but are not from P.G., Lakind said. The man was treated by an ambulance crew and released.

Lakind is hoping for some useful leads, but the victims “are not super cooperative,” he said. “That makes it more difficult, obviously.” He’s unsure whether the robbery was random, or if the victims and suspects are somehow
linked.

Couple Robbed While Parked In P.G.