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20 April 2017
04/20/2017: Monterey Police Department Conducts a Minor Decoy Operation
18 April 2017

04/18/2017: May the Fourth Be With You: LEGO® Build

Join us for a FREE Star Wars themed afternoon of fun and engineering at the Monterey Youth Center using LEGO®. Bring your kids and build motorized AT-AT’s, race your Pod Racer through the Tatooine race track or add your own spin to a galaxy far, far away! This fun LEGO® build will engage and inspire everyone ages 4-99. Parents/Guardians must be present.

10 April 2017
04/10/2017: Monterey Sport Center - Summer Camp Schedule
06 April 2017
04/06/2017: Alvarado Street to Close for Fallen Officer Ceremony, Monday, April 10 from 6:30 AM to 12 Noon

04/06/2017: Alvarado Street to Close for Fallen Officer Ceremony, Monday, April 10 from 6:30 AM to 12 Noon

The California Police Chiefs Association Fallen Officer Ceremony takes place on Monday, April 10th at the Golden State Theatre in downtown Monterey.

24 March 2017
03/24/2017: PRVNT Firearms and Narcotics Arrest

03/24/2017: PRVNT Firearms and Narcotics Arrest

On March 23, 2017 at approximately 11:50 AM, California Highway Patrol, Marina Police Detectives, Monterey Police Officers, the Multi Agency Detail for Commercial Auto Theft (MADCAT), and the District Attorney’s Office Investigators assisted the Peninsula Regional Violence and Narcotics Team (PRVNT) Detectives with a search warrant in the 300 block of Berry Road in the Las Lomas area of North Monterey County.

23 March 2017
03/23/17: Marilyn Shepherd v. City of Monterey Verdict

03/23/17: Marilyn Shepherd v. City of Monterey Verdict

Today the City of Monterey prevailed in litigation initiated against it by Marilyn Shepherd.  The jury verdict was unanimous. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF

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