The California Department of Justice earlier this year awarded the grant to the MHPD through the Proposition 56 Tobacco Law Enforcement grant program. The total funding received by MHPD is $561,649, to be spent over the next three fiscal years.
The motorcyclist was “driving at a rate of speed in which he was unable to safely stop for traffic ahead,” reads the press release. The front of the Yamaha collided with the rear of the Silverado, causing the driver of the motorcycle to be ejected into the northbound lanes of U.S. 101.
The Hollister-Gilroy office of the California highway Patrol will conduct a DUI and driver license checkpoint on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2019, within an unincorporated area of south Santa Clara County.
Morgan Hill Police received a tip March 8 about the man’s suspicious behavior and possible possession of illegal weapons, reads a press release from MHPD.
“The fact that the firearm discharged and caused injury to M. Doe was an unfortunate accident that does not expose Sgt. Norman to criminal liability,” the DA’s report concludes.
With St. Patrick’s Day coming up March 17, Morgan Hill Police are reminding revelers to stay sober if they’re planning on driving during the holiday.
Anyone who thinks their vehicle was struck by an object on SR-152 in this area and during the specified time frame is asked to file a police report with the CHP office, if they have not already done so, authorities urged.
The judge also ordered a restraining order against Bobian, prohibiting him from being within 300 yards of his accuser for at least one year.
The suspect vehicle was last seen leaving the area toward Monterey Road with multiple occupants.
In a brief arraignment at San Jose’s Hall of Justice, Judge Cynthia Sevely raised 43-year-old Sharwian Bobian’s bail from $101,000 to $275,000 and appointed the Public Defender’s Office to represent him.