A Salinas police officer was taken into custody in Pacific Grove on child molestation charges. 44-year old Lance Mosher was arrested after a complaint was made this past March stemming from a prior complaint received by an unnamed individual that the acts initially occurred in 2007 while Mosher was living in Pacific Grove. Mosher has been charged with one count of lewd acts with a minor and penetration with a foreign object. Mosher, who was placed on administrative leave in April, was released on a $200,000 bond and is slated to be arraigned later this month.
2 MEN WHO GREW UP IN BOULDER CREEK DIED THIS WEEK. 30 year-old Nick Anthony Mitchell, and his younger brother 27 year-old Jimmy Stanley Rash IV, suffered fatal injuries in a motorcycle crash in Lake Park, Georgia. Jimmy, who visited Boulder Creek often after moving to Magalia (near Chico, California) after high school, reportedly moved to Georgia in July to be closer to his big brother. Jimmy’s 2 year-old daughter still resides in Magalia. Although the officials services for Jimmy Rash and Nick Mitchell will be held this weekend in Georgia, a memorial service will also be held this Sunday afternoon in a private home in Boulder Creek.
1 PERSON WAS ARRESTED, AND A 2ND IS BEING SOUGHT, AFTER LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS WERE LED ON A HIGH SPEED CHASE LAST NIGHT IN SANTA CRUZ COUNTY. The CHASE BEGAN ON NORTHBOUND HIGHWAY 1 FROM WATSONVILLE, AND the DRIVING PORTION ENDED ON THE 500 BLOCK OF PARK WAY. 34 YEAR-OLD PASSENGER JAMES BRAZIL WAS ARRESTED A SHORT DISTANCE AWAY, BUT THE DRIVER IS STILL OUTSTANDING. BOTH BRAZIL AND THE DRIVER APPEAR TO BE ON PAROLE, WHICH MEANS THEY SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN AROUND EACH OTHER.
An agreement awaits final approval in Monterey County on the water supply’s impact on the area’s growth. Supervisors last night delayed a decision on how to consider water usage when approving new homes, shops and businesses. Concerns arose about allowing new wells to dip into aquifers that aren’t replenished as quickly as water is taken out. Supervisors will reconsider the water portion of the plan, which has been 11 years in the making, at their next meeting slated for September 21st. Board members, meanwhile, did agree that new construction should be delayed if builders can not prove access to a long-term water supply.
A 24-year old Seaside man has been sentenced to spend 10-years in prison for a rape case that occurred last year on Halloween. Luis Sanchez reportedly violently attacked and physically assaulted a woman leaving a Halloween party prior to raping her. The judge ruled that the crimes committed in this case constituted 2 separate strikes” under California's 3-Strike-Law. The convictions will require Sanchez to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.
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