Another All That Glitters associate accused of criminal activity
April 29, 2014
At approximately 2:15 p.m., emergency personnel responded to a fire at a residence in the 500 block of Stoneridge Drive. San Luis Obispo Police detectives obtained a search warrant and discovered evidence of a hash oil manufacturing operation.
Emergency personnel transported Aaron McBurney to Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center for treatment. Officers arrested Camden Knoll, 26, of Arroyo Grande on suspicion of manufacturing a controlled substance and booked him into theSan Luis Obispo County Jail in lieu of a $500,000 bail.
Charges are pending against Aaron McBurney who was involved in the operation of All that Glitters jewelry store with his father William McBurney and his brother Travis McBurney.
In 2008, San Luis Obispo police attempted to assist All That Glitters in getting a secondhand license after officers discovered that the store, in fact, was in possession of stolen property. The McBurneys, however, failed to attend an application appointment.
In 2010, Atascadero police arrested William McBurney, and charged him with two felony counts of receiving stolen property and misdemeanor charges of delaying an officer in the performance of their duties and purchasing secondhand jewelry without a license after discovering the store in possession of stolen property.
In 2012, Superior Court Judge Michael Duffy sentenced William McBurney to 10 days in the San Luis Obispo County Jail for a misdemeanor conviction of delaying an officer during the course of his investigation into stolen rings.