Keep up the good work, neighbor who called this in to SCPD (from the Santa Cruz Police blog):
24 Grams of Methamphetamine Off the Street
On 3/12/17 at approximately 11:11 am, SCPD Officers were patrolling the area of Canfield Ave and San Lorenzo investigating a suspicious tan-colored Toyota Camry without license plates.Officers located the car that matched the description driving through the area and followed it to the 600 block of Riverside Avenue.
During the stop, it was determined the driver Janina Miller-Morales, 27 years old from Davenport, and passenger Zenaido Gomez, 28 years old from Santa Cruz, had outstanding warrants.
Janina Miller-Morales, 27 years old from Davenport
As Ms. Miller was exiting the car, she dropped a methamphetamine pipe on the driver side floorboard. The subsequent search of the vehicle resulted in ten bindles totaling 24 grams of methamphetamine and assorted drug paraphernalia
SCPD officers cited Ms. Miller-Morales and passenger Mr. Gomez for outstanding warrants. Janina Miller-Morales was also arrested for transporting, selling and possession of narcotic controlled substances.
Please continue to contact SCPD when suspicious activity occurs in your neighborhood. -Report suspicious activity to 9-1-1, Anonymous Tip Line (831) 420-5995 or send us a tip online at http://cityofsantacruz.com/
SCPD remains dedicated to our community with ongoing efforts to keep Santa Cruz a safe place to live, work and raise a family.
FYI, here’s and agenda for the State of the San Lorenzo River symposium this Saturday.
Hope to see you there!
Download a PDF version here.
A big “Thank you” from neighbor JD Sotelo:
What an informative evening! Thank you Vice Mayor Cynthia Chase and City Manager Martin Bernal.
“City Hall to You” is such a great idea and a fantastic way to reach out to us citizens of Santa Cruz. There is so much going on in our City and we citizens get caught up in just our street, neighborhood or cause and from that aspect it’s so difficult take in ALL of the concerns of other City neighborhoods, parks, business districts,spaces and causes. Last nights assembly allowed us to ask questions and more importantly to receive answers to our specific individual concerns, and in general, our City concerns. The presenters were educational and enlightening, the competently staffed information worktables had plenty of handouts!
Upcoming event sponsored by Friends of Jessie Street Marsh and Sierra Club:
October 2 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
The purpose of the event is to raise awareness about the Jessie Street Marsh and its history; many people don’t even know the marsh exists. So an expected outcome is raise awareness about the marsh enough to increase conversation about the marsh among decision makers and the managers of the marsh. We will have some educational tables, tours of the marsh, and an environmental band – the Wave Tones. Tours will be offered and people will be encouraged to visit the tables and learn about the Jessie Street Marsh management plan which was adopted by the city in 1998 and not pursued. A hope is that this event, plus other activities, will encourage the city to do some basic action items that could help the marsh quickly and be cost effective (even if the entire 1998 plan isn’t carried forward in the near future). Perhaps the most important thing the city can do right now is to stop actively pumping water out of the marsh.
The Santa Cruz Police Department has launched an online bicycle license registration system. The registration is free and never expires! The online registration was developed to make registration of bicycles easier for Santa Cruz residents and bike shops, deter bicycle theft, and to help locate owners of recovered bicycles.
The City of Santa Cruz will have a Bulky Item Pickup Day on Saturday, June 25th for residents within the City limits. To schedule an appointment to have your bulky items picked up at the curb, call Customer Service at 420- 5220 before 5 p.m. on Thursday, June 23rd . Twice a year the City offers free pick-up of appliances and bulky items by appointment. This service is free-of-charge provided customers use the Service Tags provided in the annual Refuse & Recycling mailing. Without these tags, customers will need to pay any applicable hazardous materials recovery fees.