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12 January 2018
01/12/2018: Wanted Persons Arrest

01/12/2018: Wanted Persons Arrest

On 12-09-17, an officer with the Seaside Police Department observed a white Ford F-150 frequently driven by 21 year old Salvatore Ciolino driving near Ciolino’s residence on Mira Monte Ave in Seaside. The vehicle was hauling a dirt-bike style motorcycle in the bed. The officer initiated a traffic stop for a vehicle code violation but the driver accelerated and failed to yield. During the pursuit, the vehicle reached speeds of up to 89 MPH, ran red lights and stop signs, and drove into opposing lanes of traffic. Due to the dangerous conditions, officers terminated their pursuit of the vehicle.

11 January 2018
01/11/2018: Traffic Enforcement Officers

01/11/2018: Traffic Enforcement Officers

On January 7, 2017, the Monterey Police Department (MPD) assigned two officers to traffic positions as part of the Patrol Division. The mission of the traffic officers is to reduce dangerous driving through enforcement of traffic laws. Traffic officers had not been assigned for many years due to staffing limitations. The MPD consistently fields complaints regarding violations of traffic laws and reckless driving and the community requested that the MPD add officers that are specifically devoted to traffic enforcement.

10 January 2018
01/10/2017: Robbery, Burglary and Assault Weapon Arrest

01/10/2017: Robbery, Burglary and Assault Weapon Arrest

On December 12th, 2017 at 2:40PM, Marina Police Officers responded to the Comfort Inn located at 140 Reservation Rd. for a burglary report. While there, officers were notified an armed robbery of a truck driver had just occurred at the same location. Evidence indicated the same suspect committed both the robbery and burglary.

02 January 2018
01/02/2018: Attempted Robbery/Assault with a Deadly Weapon Arrests

01/02/2018: Attempted Robbery/Assault with a Deadly Weapon Arrests

On December 10th, 2017 at 8:46PM, Marina Police Officers responded to a report of an adult male with a gunshot wound on Reservation Rd. Further investigation revealed the male had been shot during an attempted robbery on West Bay St. in Sand City. The victim was transported to Natividad Medical Center with a non life threatening injury.

21 December 2017
12/21/17: First Night Monterey & New Years Eve Street Closures & Parking Information

12/21/17: First Night Monterey & New Years Eve Street Closures & Parking Information

The 25th annual First Night Monterey community celebration of the arts kicks off at 3 PM on Sunday, December 31st on Pacific Street and Colton Lawn with Kids’ Night Out! This alcohol-free, family New Year’s Eve celebration continues to midnight and features a procession, live music and interactive art activities in downtown Monterey at both inside and outside locations all within walking distance. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF

20 December 2017
12/20/2017: Monterey City Manager Resigns

12/20/2017: Monterey City Manager Resigns

Monterey, CA. – City Manager Mike McCarthy has tendered his resignation to the City Council and the City Council accepted it on December 19, 2017. Hans Uslar will continue as Acting City Manager. The City Council will hold a Special Meeting this Friday, December 22, to consider appointing Hans Uslar as the Interim City Manager.

“The Council and I have great confidence in Hans and the strong City team,” said Mayor Clyde Roberson. “During this transition, our excellent staff will continue providing the highest standard of service to our residents, businesses and the community.”

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