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Pacific Grove Native Wins Lawsuit Against Toyota- 10/19/14 21:00 P.M.D.

A jury has ruled in favor of a former Pacific Grove High School student. Chelsea Hill’s lawsuit against Toyota alleged that her paralysis, sustained while being a passenger during a 2010 drunk driving accident, was the fault of the automaker, due to inadequate seat belts. The jury agreed and found Toyota to be 90 percent responsible for hill’s injury and awarded her a total of $12 million for medical expenses, lost wages, as well as pain and suffering.

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Pacific Grove Woman Faces Federal Charges- 10/19/14 20:30 P.M.D.

 Pacific Grove's former police commander’s ex-wife is to face federal charges. 40-year-old Kristin Nyunt has already been sentenced to 8 years in a state prison for multiple convictions related to identity theft. Friday the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Nyunt is also being charged in federal court. Nyunt is scheduled to be in a U.S. district courtroom Thursday in San Jose to face two counts of wiretapping and possession of illegal spyware. If convicted she faces up to 5 years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine. 

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Salinas Police Search for Missing Man- 10/19/14 16:00 P.M.D.

The Salinas Police Department is asking the public's help with locating an at-risk man. 63-year-old Robin Tully went missing from the Colonial Manor Residential Facility about 7:15 a.m. yesterday. Tully is without money, medication, or any mode of transportation. He suffers from severe mental health issues, and will not be able to find his way back to the facility. Tully is white with a thin build, grey beard, and long brown and grey hair in a pony tail. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact the Salinas Police Department.

 

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14 Rescued Dogs Up for Adoption in Monterey County- 10/19/14 14:00 P.M.D.

The Monterey County SPCA has announced that 14 dogs rescued in April are ready to be adopted. The 4 adult dogs and 10 puppies were found stacked in filthy crates inside a car. The owner, Betty Bustamante is facing animal neglect charges. The dogs are between 7 months and 7 years old and the adoptions come with spaying or neutering, vaccinations, micro-chipping and a health evaluation. The dogs can be viewed at the SPCA's 1002 Monterey-Salinas Highway location.

 

 

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Pot Bust in San Juan Bautista- 10/19/14 13:30 P.M.D.

Over a half ton of marijuana was seized in a San Juan Bautista drug raid. A team from the San Benito County Unified Narcotic Enforcement Unit were investigating a strong marijuana odor on the 9000 block of Betabel Road on Thursday when an officer tried to contact a vehicle leaving the premises. The car sped off and up to thirty men fled the building into a wooded area. Authorities were able to apprehend and arrest twelve suspects and confiscate more than 1,000 pounds of packaged pot. More arrests are expected as the investigation continues.

 

 

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