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  • On June 24, 2020:  At noon, just as MPD detectives were sitting down to lunch, dispatch aired a priority call. A female caller stated there was a suicidal subject with a gun to his head on Fountain Street. All of the detectives immediately leapt into action.

    One detective, a department CNT negotiator, quickly obtained a phone number for the alleged suicidal subject while patrol officers responded. Another detective assisted her with relaying information. The detective sergeant and an additional detective responded to the scene to assist the patrol officers.

    As patrol officers coordinated a plan, a detective was on the phone with the male subject. Another detective was in an unmarked vehicle and was able to pass by the residence, confirm no one was outside with a gun, and maintain a visual of the residence. It was determined the female caller was suffering a mental health episode and the male was not suicidal. The female called was requesting assistance and was afraid.

    While patrol formed a response team, the detectives coordinated with them to have the male subject exit the residence. Dispatch remained on the phone with the female subject and learned she was in the back yard, afraid to come out to the officers. One of the detectives was able to gain a view of the female from a neighbor’s backyard. He calmly engaged her in conversation, visually ensuring she was not armed and was able to safely direct the patrol officers to her.

    This was a prime example of teamwork, with detectives operating in a support role to the patrol officers. The teams used their ICAT skills to bring calm to a dangerous and a peaceful resolution.

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

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12 July 2020
07/12/2020: Officer Involved Shooting

07/12/2020: Officer Involved Shooting

On July 11, 2020, at approximately 11:01 p.m., Monterey Police Officers responded to a 911 call from a suicidal subject in the area of the Monterey Skate Park. The subject was later identified as Francis Davi, 23, of Monterey, Davi told he dispatcher he was armed with a firearm and wanted to hurt himself. NEWS RELEASE AND PHOTO IN PDF
 

12 July 2020
Emergency Face Covering Order and Fine to Curb the Spread of Covid-19
02 July 2020
07/02/2020: Drugs, Guns, Warrant Arrests

07/02/2020: Drugs, Guns, Warrant Arrests

On July 1, 2020, at approximately 11:40 a.m., Monterey Detectives received information that Hector Amparo, 46, of Salinas, had a felony warrant from Santa Cruz County for burglary and theft. Detectives located Amparo at the Travelodge, 2030 North Fremont, Monterey. NEWS RELEASE AND PHOTOS IN PDF

02 July 2020
07/02/2020: 4th of July Updates:  News Release, July 2, 2020: EMERGENCY BEACH CLOSURE ORDER AMENDED TO INCLUDE FRI, JULY 3 THROUGH SUN, JULY 5 - Peninsula-wide Closure of Beaches  Due to COVID-19

07/02/2020: 4th of July Updates: News Release, July 2, 2020: EMERGENCY BEACH CLOSURE ORDER AMENDED TO INCLUDE FRI, JULY 3 THROUGH SUN, JULY 5 - Peninsula-wide Closure of Beaches  Due to COVID-19

Yesterday’s announcement of an emergency order to close Monterey beaches over the 4th of July weekend has been advanced to include Friday, July 3. The order closes all beaches to the public from 12:01 AM on July 3, 2020 to 11:50 PM on July 5, 2020. Exceptions include all recreational uses of the ocean as outlined in the Order. People found in violation of the beach order are subject to a $100 fine for the first violation, $150 for a second violation, and $200 for a third violation. The Order also closes or limits nearby parking. Parking violations are subject to a $125 fine. NEWS RELEASE IN PDF

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01 July 2020
07/01/2020: Emergency Face Covering Order and Beach Closures Over 4th of July Weekend

07/01/2020: Emergency Face Covering Order and Beach Closures Over 4th of July Weekend

NEW MASK ORDER: The City of Monterey announced today a new emergency order adopting the California Department of Public Health’s guidance for the use of face coverings to be enforceable by administrative citation within the City of  Monterey. As of today, July 1, 2020, the City will enforce the mandatory wearing of face coverings in business districts both inside and outside, with a fine of $100 for the first violation. 

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