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Marijuna grow replaces bounce houses and other Paso Robles emergencies

ldoust@thetribunenews.comMarch 14, 2013 

Each day, dispatchers from the seven police departments in San Luis Obispo County take dozens of calls from residents seeking help for issues ranging from minor disputes to serious crimes. The Tribune provides coverage of serious crimes every day on its news pages. Here is alook at some of the other, more unusual calls as found in recent police logs from Paso Robles.

Off the wall 6:48 a.m. Feb. 24, 4900 Wing Way

Someone stole the flatscreen television off the wall at the airport. The smart card had also been taken out of the satellite box.

Target the violators 1:04 p.m. Feb. 24, 2305 Theatre Drive

Target was getting a delivery Sunday, which was a violation of the municipal code, a nearby resident reported. There was not excessive noise, but the resident did not like that the store was violating the code.

Memory lapse 4:49 p.m. Feb. 25, 900 Park St.

A woman went into the police department because she couldn’t remember where she parked her car. The vehicle was eventually found in front of Boot Barn.

Drug bust 11 a.m. March 1, 800 block of Paso Robles Street

A property manager said his tenant was supposed to be using a building to store bounce houses, but when he walked in to check out a flooding issue, he found marijuana growing inside instead. Officers determined the tenant had a medical marijuana card.

Bumper cars 12:37 a.m. March 1, 1191 Creston Road

A man said he parked his RV at a business, and was taking up 1.5 spaces due to the size of the motor home. A person in a small car parked right in front of him was hit by another vehicle, pushing the small car into the motor home. The driver of the small vehicle told the motor home owner to give him $100, just like the other vehicle’s owner did. The motor home owner refused, and said there was no damage to any vehicle.

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