Morning News for Monday, April 8th
No filming will occur today day April 8th.
On Tuesday April 9th and Wednesday April 10th, filming will occur on Lighthouse Rd (with a full closure of Lighthouse Rd on both days), and on Highway 1 at Mountain View Rd with traffic delays of up to 20 minutes at the intersection of both roads.
Pants worn by a missing woman were found in the ocean Friday afternoon, not far from the place where she was last seen Thursday. However, no other sign of Genevieve Alexander, 30, of Fort Bragg, has been found.
On Thursday, her boyfriend reported her as being a missing person,. He said Alexander walked away from the couple's residence at the Pomo RV Park & Campground during what he called a "delusionsl episode."
Alexander is a white female adult, 5 feet 6 inches tall, with brown hair and blue eyes. She was wearing a maroon fleece-type jacket, dark-colored pants and dark-colored tennis shoes .
Searches by a deputy Thursday of her favorite places, and Friday by Sheriff's Office investigators, with the aid of the Mendocino Search & Rescue Team, and coast guard boat and helicopter were unsuccessful.
Larry Wagner, who lives adjacent to and south of the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, told searchers that he had contacted a woman while she was trespassing on the Wagners' property Thursday.
"While conducting a search, a pair of pants was found floating in the ocean; they were identified as being the pants Alexander was wearing at the time of her disappearance."
Anyone with any information relating to Alexander's disappearance or whereabouts is urged to contact the Sheriff's Office dispatch center at 707-463-4086.
A Fort Bragg fugitive on the run for four years was captured by U.S. Marshals in Berkeley on Friday, officials.
In 2009 the Mendocino Sheriff's marijuana eradication team seized over 600 marijuana plants and 10 pounds of processed marijuana from Beck's properties, and the U.S. District Court issued a warrant for his arrest, on marijuana charges and violating supervised release.
Beck is being held at the Alameda County Glenn Dyer Facility in Oakland pending an appearance in federal court.
The city of Lakeport’s Marijuana Cultivation Ordinance Committee will meet on Wednesday, April 10th at 4 p.m. at Lakeport City Hall.
The committee includes Lakeport residents and city staff. And is producing revised draft of a staff-produced document meant to govern medical marijuana grows within the city limits.
For more information contact Andrew Britton, at 263-5613, Extension 28 .
Stay tuned for Renewable Energy Hour;@ 9:00 AM
Doug & Jeff will interview Hailee Paul, a local electrician with extensive off-grid and grid system experience and deep knowledge of generators.