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April 14, 2014 12:46 PM

SLO's efforts to help chronic offenders appear to be working

Ben Schaeffer was stumbling out of Foster’s Freeze in downtown San Luis Obispo, in the midst of another drunken binge, when his life changed. Police Officer Jim Fellows was there, waiting with an offer.

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