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KC POA-3/9/14-1111-PMD

THE KING CITY POLICE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION HAS RELEASED A STATEMENT ABOUT THE 6 POLICE OFFICERS ARRESTED NEARY 2 WEEKS AGO. A   P-O-A  SPOKES-PERSON STATED THAT THE ORGANIZATION WAS SHOCKED BY THE ALLEGATIONS HOWEVER THEY ARE COOPERATING FULLY WITH THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE. THE GROUP ALSO STATED IT BELIEVED THAT THE CHARGES WOULD BE SHOWN TO BE UNFOUNDED AND THAT THE OFFICERS WOULD BE EXONERATED.

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MPC LOCKDOWN-3/9/14-1056-PMD

A REPORT OF AN ARMED ROBBERY, LED TO A CAMPUS LOCKDOWN AT MONTEREY PENINSULA COLLEGEON FRIDAY.   INITIALLY THE CAMPUS WAS LOCKED DOWN AT 11:30 A-M FOR SAFETY REASONS AFTER A REPORT OF AN ARMED ROBBERY IN THE VICINITY, FOLLOWED BY SEVERAL ALLE

GED SIGHTINGS OF AN ARMED MAN ON CAMPUS.   A POLICE SEARCH OF THE CAMPUS AND SURROUNDING AREA TURNED UP EMPTY AND THE SCHOOL WAS TAKEN OFF OF LOCK DOWN, HOWEVER CLASSES WERE CANCELED FOR THE REST OF THE DAY.

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DUI MAN SLAUGHTER-3/9/14-1002-PMD

A 25 YEAR OLD CARMEL VALLEY WOMAN WAS HIT AND KILLED BY A CAR EARLY SATURDAY MORNING. THE VICTIM WAS WALKING ON ESQULINE ROADNEAR CARMEL VALLEY ROAD, SHORTLY AFTER 2 A-M WHEN SHE WAS STRUCK BY A VEHICLE DRIVEN BY 28 YEAR OLD BREEZIE SNYDER.  THE VICTIM WAS TRANSPORTED TO AN AREA HOSPITAL AND PRONOUNCED DEAD.  SNYDER WAS ARREST ON SUSPICION OF D-U-I AND VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER AND BOOKED INTO MONTEREY COUNTY JAIL.

 

 

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highway 1 wreck-3/7/14-1754-pmd

there was a single vehicle car crash on highway 1 friday afternoon.  the wreck happened in the southbound lanes just north of the 41st avenue overpass around 3:20 p-m, when a driver lost control a mercedes s-u-v rolling the vehicle. the driver was transported to an area hospital with unspecified injuries. the cause of the accident is being investigated.

 

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KC BURGLARY-3/9/14-1016-PMD

A KING CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOLWAS BURGLARIZED FRIDAY. A POLICE INVESTIGATION LED TO THE RECOVERY OF 15-HUNDRED DOLLARS WORTH OF CLEANING SUPPLIES STOLEN FROM DEL RAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ON FRIDAY. THE SUSPECTS IN THE CASE HAVE NOT BEEN IDENTIFIED AT THIS TIME, AND ANY ONE WITH ANY INFORMATION ABOUT THE CRIME IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE KING CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT.

 

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