A new and different kind of vandalism was perpetrated yesterday, in front of a Salinas business. The water fountain in front of a dental office was reportedly filled with bubbles….instead of the normal problems they usually have around the business…..such as graffiti, and security cameras (and cars) being stolen from their parking lot. Anyone with information about the vandals or the vandalism, is encouraged to contact the Salinas Police Department.
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2 gang members have received multiple life sentences for their role in 5 gang-related attempted murders in Monterey county. Francisco Garcia has been sentenced to 191 years to life in prison, while Sergio Rodriguez was sentenced to 270 years to life in prison. Both previously convicted felons were found guilty of 22 felony charges, for the attempted murders that took place in Salinas, in August of 2018.
Approximately 2 million dollars in permit fees are now scheduled to be waived, for people seeking to rebuild their homes and other permitted structures….that were destroyed (or damaged) by the 3 recent wildfires in Monterey county. An expedited ministerial review (and approval) process is slated to be used so that people can replace permitted structures. For un-permitted structures people will still need to use the usual county permit process…including compliance with all regulatory requirements. Property owners will be able to use RV’s and trailers as temporary housing on the site as they are rebuilding. Officials will be available to discuss debris removal, and watershed emergency response, and answer other similar questions.
A man was arrested in Salinas yesterday, after he was found in possession of a concealed gun. 22 year-old Jose Manuel Hernandez Barron was reportedly driving under the influence when he was stopped for a vehicle code violation very early yesterday (Wednesday) morning. Barron was booked into Monterey County Jail
Firefighters were able to rapidly get a fire contained yesterday in the Santa Cruz mountains. The blaze broke out in timber off of Upper Ellen Road, near the community of Zayante. Firefighters were able to keep it down to about an half acre.
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