4th of July Press Conference
On Wednesday, November 23, 2016, at approximately 1:41 am, the Monterey Police Department (MPD) responded to the 600 block of Wave Street in Monterey on the report of gunshots being fired. MPD arrived and located one victim at the entrance to the Cannery Row Parking Garage, located in the 600 block of Wave Street.
On Monday November 21, 2016, at approximately 4:07 p.m., Monterey Police Officers responded to the 300 block of Glenwood Circle in Monterey on a request from neighbors to check on the welfare of an individual who had not been seen recently. A first floor apartment was flooded with water, which had originated in the second floor apartment where the individual lived.
Fifteen employees graduated as City of Monterey ambassadors this week, the third class of graduates since 2013. Learning about Monterey helps employees provide excellent customer service to the community and is the impetus for creating this important program.
The City of Monterey has been awarded a $74,000 California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) grant. The grant is funding the “Vision Zero” program over a one year time frame, including the purchase of educational material and development of a Vision Zero Action Plan.
UPDATE, Nov. 17, 2016: News Release in PDF
On November 14, 2016 at 1:32 PM, Monterey Police Officers responded to a report of an attempted child abduction at the Monterey Library, 625 Pacific Street. News Release in PDF
On November 12, 2016 at 3:23 PM, Monterey Police Officers located 26 year old Adrian Chronister of Pacific Grove on the Recreation Trail between Wharf 1 and the Coast Guard Pier. Chronister was on felony probation and suspected of several commercial burglaries on the Monterey Peninsula. Chronister had also evaded police earlier in the week after leading officers on a foot pursuit in Downtown Monterey.
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