Judge ups Cachagua man's bail

The specter of the murders of Mel and Elizabeth Grimes hung heavily in a Salinas courtroom this week as a judge increased bail for a Cachagua man accused of attacking and threatening to kill his neighbor over a long-standing property dispute. Read more
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B-rad

Knoxville, TN

#187 Jul 27, 2010
nah, that wasn't it.
B-rad

Knoxville, TN

#188 Jul 27, 2010
i'm not concerned with the outcome for the adults. i'm concerned that the clark's young daughter has to deal with the drama and repercussions as a result of the stress placed on her parents as a result of all this. the clark's no doubt love her very much and want to protect her, that's for sure. sometimes we adults lose track of how our actions and verbiage affect the young and innocent.
B-rad

Knoxville, TN

#190 Aug 18, 2010
Soooo...how'd it go?
Anonymous

Colfax, CA

#192 Aug 19, 2010
B-rad wrote:
i'm not concerned with the outcome for the adults. i'm concerned that the clark's young daughter has to deal with the drama and repercussions as a result of the stress placed on her parents as a result of all this. the clark's no doubt love her very much and want to protect her, that's for sure. sometimes we adults lose track of how our actions and verbiage affect the young and innocent.
Hopefully parents monitor children on the internet and only those old enough to understand crime and punishment are accessing this forum to begin with. As for adults, get over it. Strong language is used everyday and it is our first amendment right.
court sentence

San Francisco, CA

#193 Aug 19, 2010
Clark was sentenced yesterday to 5 years felony probation which includes immediate removal from his property. He has a combined jail/work sentence for 40 days which starts in October, and he was sentenced to no possession of any weapons. If he returns to his property at any time during this 5 year felony probation he will be in violation of his probation and subject to immediate prison sentencing.
CarmelValleyNeig hborGal

Seaside, CA

#200 Aug 21, 2010
Well--looks like justice prevailed a little bit...not a harsh enough sentence---and no doubt given Clark's temper and perfomances he WILL violate parole and he will be locked up---as he should have been! A small bit of relief for Carmel Valley neighbors!
Clerk

Watsonville, CA

#202 Aug 23, 2010
court sentence wrote:
Clark was sentenced yesterday to 5 years felony probation which includes immediate removal from his property. He has a combined jail/work sentence for 40 days which starts in October, and he was sentenced to no possession of any weapons. If he returns to his property at any time during this 5 year felony probation he will be in violation of his probation and subject to immediate prison sentencing.
Not quite. Clark has no combined jail/work sentence. Clark is to give 40 days community service, where he chooses, when he chooses, reporting that decision October 28th. No time was ever sought. He was sentenced to no possession of any firearms or crossbows. Your attempt at sensationalism is lame. Obviously dangerous criminals don't pay fines and do community service. People who are otherwise good, caught in an unfortunate situation get community service and fines. As another writer correctly points out, the plea is non-strike, reducible, and removeable, as soon as THE COURT is satisfied, not when Scarlett is satisfied.

Since: Sep 09

Carmel Valley, CA

#213 Aug 28, 2010
Could you Hatfields and McCoys please take your feud elsewhere? We get it. You people don't like each other. But where is this getting you? Nowhere. That's where.
Credit due

Salinas, CA

#219 Sep 1, 2010
Come on Sunny.
It's a Soap Opera. Like an endless Dylan concert.
They all suck !
Anonymous

King City, CA

#225 Oct 4, 2010
3-5 years; the order has been corrected, like it or not. Either omit everything, or stop omitting only the truth.
curiouser

Nashville, TN

#227 Oct 4, 2010
Anonymous wrote:
3-5 years; the order has been corrected, like it or not. Either omit everything, or stop omitting only the truth.
3-5 years felony probation?
Anonymous

King City, CA

#228 Oct 5, 2010
curiouser wrote:
<quoted text>
3-5 years felony probation?
warbler felony probation, thus reduces to misdo and eligible to expunge in 2.5 years or less. Upon misdo expunge, no criminal rec remains.
Tenacious

King City, CA

#230 Oct 5, 2010
Maven3 wrote:
<quoted text> Thank you. Federal Law Prohibiting Interference with Service of Process:
According to the Federal Law on this subject (Title 18 U.S.C. 1501), which provides in relevant part:
Assault on Process Server
Whoever knowingly and willingly obstructs, resists or opposes any officer of the United States, or other person duly authorized, in serving, or attempting to serve or execute, any legal or judicial writ or process of any court of the United States...shall, except as otherwise provided by law, be fined not more than $300 or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.
CA PC 241.(a) An assault is punishable by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding six months, or by both the fine and imprisonment.
(b) When an assault is committed against the person of a peace
officer, firefighter, emergency medical technician, mobile intensive care paramedic, lifeguard, process server, traffic officer, or animal control officer engaged in the performance of his or her duties, or
a physician or nurse engaged in rendering emergency medical care
outside a hospital, clinic, or other health care facility, and the
person committing the offense knows or reasonably should know that
the victim is a peace officer, firefighter, emergency medical
technician, mobile intensive care paramedic, lifeguard, process
server, traffic officer, or animal control officer engaged in the
performance of his or her duties, or a physician or nurse engaged in rendering emergency medical care, the assault is punishable by a fine not exceeding two thousand dollars ($2,000), or by imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding one year, or by both the fine and imprisonment.
defacto

Nashville, TN

#232 Oct 6, 2010
Tenacious

Antioch, CA

#233 Oct 8, 2010
curiouser wrote:
<quoted text>
3-5 years felony probation?
It's 3-5 years probation. There is no differentiation. Means no time unless terms are violated. Same goes for misdos. Nothing to sensationalize here.
Peace

Pacific Grove, CA

#234 Jun 2, 2011
So ... this strange and twisted saga has finally come to an end, Linda Clark's house is in foreclosure and Clent was removed by a judges ruling from the residence.

Peace at last ... ah!

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