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February 2, 2016   Traffic Collision Involving Pedestrian-UPDATE

On January 27, 2016 at 6:20 PM, an auto-pedestrian accident occurred at the intersection of Pine Ave. and Forest Ave.... Read more

January 27, 2016   Pine and Forest Ave. Collision

On January 27, 2016 at approximately 1820 hours, Pacific Grove Police Department
officers were dispatched on a report of an injury collision at the intersection of Pine and Forest
Avenues.Read more

December 7, 2015   Mountain lion relocated

The Pacific Grove Police Department was dispatched this morning on the report of a mountain lion in the area of Eardley and Line Street. Officers responded and found a mountain lion on a large tree limb in a residential area.Read more

November 6, 2015   Mountain Lion Sightings in Pacific Grove

The Pacific Grove Police Department has monitored mountain lion activity for the past several years. Mountain lions are indigenous to... Read more

November 6, 2015   Salinas Man Goes to Prison for Five Years, 4 Months for Six Counts of Vehicle Theft

Monterey County District Attorney Dean D. Flippo announced today that Matthew Clark, age 29, a resident of Prunedale, was sentenced... Read more

Pacific Grove Police Department in the News

08/28/15 PG Man Missing
07/23/15 Elder Abuse Suspect Wanted
06/22/15 Holman Building Robbery
06/14/15 Bear in Pacific Grove
05/08/15 PRVNT Drug Arrests

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