Palo Colorado & 1 fatal accident

10/19/17 UPDATE; Per MCSO – SUSPECTS BROKE INTO MULTIPLE VEHICLES ALONG HIGHWAY 1 AND LATER LED DEPUTIES ON A HIGH SPEED CHASE AND THE SUSPECT VEHICLE CRASHED INTO ONCOMING MOTORISTS CAUSING INJURY. ONE OF THE OCCUPANTS OF THE SUSPECT VEHICLE DIED AS A RESULT OF THE COLLISION. (Fatality was a 16 year old female. There were 3 other males in the car, and they will most likely be charged with murder in her death, under the felony-murder rule.)

I came to town north to celebrate a few Oct. birthdays with girlfriends, and so was off line most of today. I am catching up on the incident at Palo & 1. Word has it (but not confirmed) that the suspect being pursued may be the fatality. One, maybe more, locals airlifted – one with broken legs. Details are sketchy. One vehicle on fire, but no serious spread. I will clarify in the am as much as I can.
Details 00330 6:07 PM SIG Alert Sr1 / Palo Colorado Rd MM 61.70 Monterey
Details 00317 5:38 PM Fatality Sr1 / Palo Colorado Rd JNO AT MM 61*7 Monterey
Incident: 00317 Type: Fatality Location: Sr1 / Palo Colorado Rd Loc Desc: JNO AT MM 61*7 Lat/Lon: 36.399348 -121.904601
Detail Information
9:58 PM 26 [79] A27-012 call st parks – SEE IF SGT MADE CTC WILL AN INVOLVED DRIVER WITH THIS TC – NEED 1020 OF THE RO [Shared]
9:49 PM 25 [77] 1039 L2 WIL LINE 74 [Shared]
9:47 PM 24 [76] 1039 ROGER BARNS / CALTRANS / TO CHANGE SIGN TO READ NB LANE OPEN / ONE WAY TRAFFIC CONTROL [Shared]
9:46 PM 23 [75] 1039 ENTACT [Shared]
9:45 PM 22 [74] S5 / NB LANE IS OPEN / DOING TRAFFIC CONTROL [Shared]
9:35 PM 21 [73] S5 / ALMOST HAVE NB LANE OPEN / WILL THEN DO ONE WAY TRAFFIC CONTROL [Shared]
9:18 PM 20 [71] [Rotation Request Comment] 1039 MATTESON AND BEERS 899-1120 / THEY ARE SENDING 2 X FLTBEDS AND ONE CONVENTIONAL TRUCK [Shared]
7:19 PM 19 [49] 27-S5 1039 SCHOOL BUS DRIVER / SHE CANT GET OUT ON CELL OR RADIO [Shared]
7:14 PM 18 [48] 1039 CALTRANS / DENNIS DEGROOT / HE HAVE SOMEONE CALL CONCERNING PORTABLE LIGHTING [Shared]
7:10 PM 17 [46] 1039 ROGER BARNS / HE WILL TURN ON PORTABLE CMS SIGN AT SB 1 AT CARMEL RIVER FOR ROAD CLOSED [Shared]
7:05 PM 16 [45] S5 – CHANGE SIGN BOARD ON AR1 / TO REFLECT SR1 CLOSED DUE TO TC [Shared]
6:55 PM 15 [41] 1039 ENTAC [Shared]
6:31 PM 14 [36] 1039 27-N24 ALREADY ENRT TO THE OFC FOR REGULAR SHIFT [Shared]
6:19 PM 13 [34] [CHP] has closed their incident [171018MY00313]
6:15 PM 12 [32] 1039 MONTCOM / 4 VICS / 2 AIR 1141’S / DECLARED MCI BY SO [Shared]
6:06 PM 11 [30] B27-022 SR1 CLOSED DOWN [Shared]
5:55 PM 10 [26] SO WAS PURSUIT OF SUSP VEH OF THE 459’S IN THE AREA [Shared]
5:54 PM 9 [25] 1039 SALCOMM – AFFIRM SO WAS IN PURSUIT SO GIVING UPDATES VIA RADIO [Shared]
5:51 PM 8 [18] SALCOMM STARTING 3RD 1141
5:50 PM 7 [16] VICTIMS BEING PULLED AWAY FROM VEHS
5:49 PM 6 [14] VEHS FULLY ENGULFED CARMEL PD ENRT
5:49 PM 5 [13] 1039 SALCOMM AFFIRM AIR 1141 ENRT W/MAJOR 1180S
5:40 PM 4 [6] [Notification] [CHP]-CHP 1097
5:40 PM 3 [4] [Notification] [CHP]-PER MONT COM – VEH WAS INV IN PUR
5:39 PM 2 [3] 1039 MONT COM FOR EQUIP
5:38 PM 1 [1] 2-3 VEH INV

Partington Fire

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Big Sur-On Monday, An illegal camp fire was started by a traveler hiking along the Pacific Coast Highway. Michael Manneback of Cape Coral,Florida was illegally camping in the Partington Canyon area in Big Sur when he started a warming fire. The fire then caught sections of dry needles and grass on fire. Several maintenance workers with California State Parks saw the smoke in the canyon, called it in and took action battling the blaze with shovels. A local resident from Partington Ridge also saw the vegetation fire and drove down to assist. The Big Sur Volunteer Fire Brigade and U.S.Forest Service firefighters arrived to contained the blaze to a 100 foot by 100 foot section. State Park Rangers and Sheriff deputies worked together to locate Manneback. Manneback was arrested by the Monterey County Sheriffs Office and transported to the Monterey County Jail where charges are pending. Cal-fire assisted with the fire investigation. The Sheriff’s office would like to extend a huge thanks to the quick action taken by the state park maintenance crew and Partington resident. They risked their lives by placing themselves in danger to suppress the spread of the fire. This bought time for local fire agencies to arrive and fully extinguish the vegetation fire. This section of the Los Padres National Forest had not burned during the Soberanes Fire so there was still a lot of fuel. The Monterey County Sheriff’s Office would like to advise the public that camp fires of any kind are not permitted outside Designated campfire use areas.