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Salinas California Police Station Address: 222 Lincoln Ave, Salinas, CA 93901, United States


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Officer Dave Yates is back to help out with truancy issues that occasionally occur in the Santa Rita School District. He brings a wealth of knowledge with him from his prior SRO days. Welcome back Dave! https://t.co/5rnNea07Hu

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Please share: At approximately 10:00 a.m., Salinas Police Officers were flagged down about an armed robbery in progress at the Pinnacle Bank located at 1276 S. Main St. Two armed suspects entered the bank ordering tellers to empty the cash drawers. They put the cash into a bag, and fled the bank getting into a dark colored Honda Accord. They were able to leave the parking lot just moments before additional officers arrived on scene.

We’re asking anyone who may have information regarding this robbery, or may have seen a vehicle fleeing the area, to contact Detective John Richardson at (831) 758-7971. If you would like to remain anonymous, you can call the Salinas Police Department Anonymous Tip Line at 831-775-4222, or the We-Tip Line at 1-800-78-CRIME.

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Salinas Police Department shared Salinas Animal Services’s post — at Salinas Animal Services.1 day ago

Time to add some color to your yard and support Salinas Animal Services at the same time. Plants For Paws is tomorrow from 11-3pm. See you there!

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Salinas Police Department2 days ago

Officer Dave Yates is back and helping out with truancy issues that occasionally occur in the Santa Rita School District. He will be working closely with his fellow SRO’s Richard Lopez and Lino Sanchez as well as all the great staff, students, parents and community in the the district. He brings a wealth of knowledge with him from his prior SRO days. Welcome back Dave!

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Salinas Police Department added 2 new photos.2 days ago

Today some of our officers began a training course to be able to bring the “Why’d You Stop Me” program to more of our community. Why’d You Stop Me aims to teach police and the community how to engage with better two-way communication and enable both sides to see each other’s point of view. Learn more about the program here: http://www.wysm.org/

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Salinas Police Department shared Salinas Police Activities League’s post.3 days ago

We’re sharing this from Salinas PAL, if you have any information about this act of vandalism, please contact us at (831) 758-7321:

“Both of the Salinas Police Activities League’s vans were vandalized in the last 48 hours.

One of the vans was used this morning to transport our Salinas Police Explorer Cadets to work the Sea Otter Classic when the tire went flat on the Highway 68. Luckily neither our Explorers nor Advisors were injured.

The other van was inspected in our parking lot on Lincoln Avenue directly across from the Salinas Police Department and was found to have a completely flat tire. These two vans are our only means of transportation for our youth and both will need a new set of four tires.

Please contact the Salinas Police Department at 831.758.7321 if you have any information regarding this act of vandalism.”

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