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The Monterey Police Department offers a Prescription Drug Drop Box Program

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Recent Commendations

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  • On May 16, 2020: Three MPD officers were dispatched to a residence on McClellan, reference a possible violation of Shelter in Place during the COVID-19 pandemic. The reporting party alleged his neighbor was operating an auto detailing business out of his garage. When officers arrived on scene, they found the garage door open with the homeowner being in the company of two males and two females. The garage was full of auto detailing material with two vehicles in the driveway. It appeared as if the male was running an auto detail business at his residence.

    The officers made contact and subsequently ran the individuals for wants and warrants. The homeowner was found to be on probation for narcotics possession with search and seizure. By this time, two additional MPD officers arrived on the scene. The officers then searched the homeowner and his residence. The homeowner was found to be in possession of Methamphetamine. He was cited and released for the violation. One of the males was found to be on mandatory supervision for prior sales of narcotics with search and seizure. He was found to be in possession of narcotics paraphernalia as well as Medical Grade Vials of Morphine, Alfentanil and Fentanyl. He was cited and released for the violation. One of the females was found to be on probation for traffic violations. Initially, she provided the officers with false identification information. The officers obtained a DMV photo, which did match. She later provided her true identity. She was cited and released for the violation.

    This was an example of great police work. The officers should be commended for outstanding teamwork as well.

See all recent commendations at https://monterey.org/police/Get-Informed/Commendations-and-Complaints/Past-Commendations

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15 May 2020
05/15/2020: Felony Vandalism

05/15/2020: Felony Vandalism

On May 13th, 2020 at 8:42 AM, Monterey Police Officers investigated a vandalism that occurred at the City of Monterey storage yard next to the San Carlos Cemetery. Three tractors parked at the storage yard were found with multiple windows shattered. Rocks were found inside and around the tractors indicating they had been used to perform the vandalism. Officers also located a gravesite in the nearby cemetery with a rock border that had rocks missing. The estimated value of the damage to the tractors was $30,000. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF

29 April 2020
04/29/2020: City Manager Orders Partial Beach Closure and Restrictions to Essential Activity Only, to Reduce the Spread of COVID-19 - Effective Fri., May 1

04/29/2020: City Manager Orders Partial Beach Closure and Restrictions to Essential Activity Only, to Reduce the Spread of COVID-19 - Effective Fri., May 1

City Manager Hans Uslar today announced a partial beach closure for Monterey beaches that will take effect on Friday, May 1, 2020. This temporary measure provides additional health and safety assurance during the COVID-19 pandemic emergency shelter in place order. As both the State Stay at Home and the Monterey County Shelter-in-Place orders require, social distancing of six feet between people remains a critical component to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus. The warmer weather and the desire for people to return to normal activities after weeks of sheltering in place threaten to dismantle the progress made in combating COVID-19, prompting the additional restrictions. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF

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25 April 2020
04/25/2020: Stolen Property

04/25/2020: Stolen Property

On April 22 nd , 2020 at 7:36 AM, Monterey Police Officers were dispatched to the Marriot hotel at 350 Calle Principal regarding a report of two subjects trespassing. The business reported locating two people inside of a hotel room that was off limits to the public. Monterey Police Officers contacted John Fontenot, 34 of Emeryville, and Nicole Stearns, 26 years old of Paramount, at the business and ultimately placed them under arrest for trespassing and possession of stolen property taken from the hotel. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF

25 April 2020
04/25/2020: Home Invasion and Attempted Murder

04/25/2020: Home Invasion and Attempted Murder

On April 25th, 2020 at approximately 2:59 AM, Monterey Police Officers were dispatched to a residence on Via Buena Vista. The Reporting Party related that someone had broken into the residence and that her husband was in a physical altercation with them. NEWS RELEASE AND PHOTO IN PDF

23 April 2020
04/23/2020: Stolen Property

04/23/2020: Stolen Property

On April 22nd, 2020 at 7:36 AM, Monterey Police Officers were dispatched to the Marriot hotel at 350 Calle Principal regarding a report of two subjects trespassing. The business reported locating two people inside of a hotel room that was off limits to the public. Monterey Police Officers contacted John Fontenot, 34 of Emeryville, and Nicole Stearns, 26 years old of Paramount, at the business and ultimately placed them under arrest for trespassing and possession of stolen property taken from the hotel. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF

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