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Estate financial principals to plead guilty to all charges

Karen Guth and Joshua Yaguda’s attorneys informed the San Luis Obispo District Attorney’s office they plan to plead guilty to 23 felony counts on Monday morning. “This is not a plea bargain, so the defendants are required to plead guilty to... (Continue reading)

Cuesta president abandoning ship?

By KAREN VELIE Cuesta College President Dave Pelham, who came to San Luis Obispo last year to take over running the community college campus, is looking for work elsewhere at a time when Cuesta faces a tough fight to retain its... (Continue reading)

Overheard: Police chief tells “one” side of gun snafu

By KAREN VELIE A local police chief, who was overheard boasting rather loudly at a recent public school event, apparently was explaining how he and another police chief are “working together” with the San Luis Obispo County district attorney to make... (Continue reading)

Court conducts audit in aftermath of clerk’s arrest

By KAREN VELIE In response to the arrest of a court clerk for allegedly selling information on pending warrants, San Luis Obispo County Superior Court officials have begun a review of policies and an audit of court records to determine how... (Continue reading)

Former sheriff deputy injured in prison

By KAREN VELIE Bryan Goossens, the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s deputy arrested last year on charges of child pornography, was hospitalized following an injury he incurred at the Federal Detention Center in Los Angeles, said Steve Gagliardy, the prison’s public... (Continue reading)

UPDATE: Courts asking for portion of casino profits

By KAREN VELIE Federal bankruptcy court attorneys plan to ask for a portion of proceeds of a proposed Indian casino to be available to reimburse creditors of bankrupt North County developer Kelly Gearhart. In June, Ohio Federal Bankruptcy Trustee Harold A. Corzin... (Continue reading)

Police chief faces possible criminal action

By KAREN VELIE In addition to questions about how Paso Robles Police Chief Lisa Solomon left her loaded gun last year in an unlocked police car, Solomon faces possible criminal actions due to her failure to properly register her handgun, according... (Continue reading)

Court clerk arrested for selling information

By KAREN VELIE A San Luis Obispo County Superior Court clerk was arrested on charges he was selling information to criminal defendants over a three-month period this year. Sheriff’s detectives arrested Juvenal Marin, 24, of Santa Maria after an undercover narcotics officer... (Continue reading)

Police chief loses loaded gun

By KAREN VELIE The emerging and evolving story of how Paso Robles Police Chief Lisa Solomon had her loaded semi-automatic gun stolen from her car that she left unlocked in front of her home has left her red-faced about how it... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles woman indicted for $35 million fraud scheme

By KAREN VELIE A Federal Grand Jury has indicted a Paso Robles woman on charges she submitting a forged application in an attempt to obtain $35 million in grant money from the U.S. Department of Education, according to the U.S. Attorney’s... (Continue reading)

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