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Federal agents and SLO County sheriff’s deputies on Tuesday carried out pre-dawn raids on eight homes and made 12 arrests in connection with a suspected methamphetamine and heroin trafficking operation centered around one Nipomo family.
A Santa Maria man was killed Wednesday afternoon after his motorcycle rear-ended a slow-moving vehicle on the northbound Highway 101 near Spyglass Drive in Pismo Beach.
Charles John Scovell, a former Atascadero candidate for mayor, was arrested Tuesday for felony DUI resulting in injury and felony hit-and-run after a late night solo vehicle collision.
Avril Leroy King, a violent convicted sex offender, removed his ankle monitoring device early Wednesday morning and may be at large in the San Luis Obispo area, police warned residents Wednesday.
Wal-Mart will move ahead with plans to build a new store in Atascadero, the company announced Thursday afternoon.
Cal Poly has reopened its internal investigation into an alleged sexual assault that occurred at an off-campus Pi Kappa Alpha party on Halloween night, citing new information it has learned in a Sheriff’s Office report.
Mark Andrews, an Atascadero man who claimed he killed his neighbor, Colleen Barga-Milbury, because she was a vampire, faces 50 years to life in prison after a jury found him legally sane when he committed the murder.
San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Frank Mecham announced Tuesday that he will not seek re-election in 2016. And former Grover Beach Mayor Debbie Peterson said she will run for the supervisor seat held by Adam Hill.
Mark Andrews of Atascadero was found guilty of murder in the shooting death of his neighbor, Colleen Barga-Milbury. The jury will now have to decide whether he was legally insane at the time of the killing.
James Victor Lypps of Nipomo was ordered discharged from jail Friday after a judge ruled that there was not enough evidence to continue the murder case against him.