Uncovered SLO


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Camp San Luis Obispo office OK’d $15.2 million in fraudulent claims

A former California National Guard manager admits she submitted $15.2 million in false and fraudulent claims to the United States Department of Defense (USDOD)—all of which was approved at an office at Camp San Luis Obispo, then wrongfully paid out... (Continue reading)

SLO ad exec arrested for threatening an officer

Prosecutors in Santa Maria have filed a flurry of felony charges against a San Luis Obispo marketing executive for allegedly threatening a police officer, a charge partially refuted by video tape of the incident available on KCCN.tv. Jeffery Lind, 55,... (Continue reading)

Maria and Paavo: Divorce papers allege long-term affair, drug use

The For Sale sign, vacant driveway, and unkempt yard at the Los Osos house of Maria Kelly says a great deal about her current living situation. The recent divorce filing of Kelly, a Los Osos Community Service District board member who... (Continue reading)

Pismo Beach attorney arrested for grand theft

UPDATE: The San Luis Obispo Police Department says investigators have possibly identified additional victims as a result of searches conducted Thursday at Attorney William Peter Terhune’s Pismo Beach office and home. Terhune is facing charges of embezzlement and excessive taking of... (Continue reading)

SLO County projects and redevelopment funds in jeopardy

Under two new state laws, San Luis Obispo County’s five redevelopment agencies stand to lose a combined $4.5 million within the next year alone and several projects may be in jeopardy—that is if the law prevails over looming legal challenges... (Continue reading)

Wallace found responsible for sewage plant deficiencies

Penalties against the chief operator at the south San Luis Obispo County sewage plant for failing to properly oversee the treatment facility have been reduced following an appeal that blamed administrator John Wallace for much of the plant's problems. Following reports... (Continue reading)

San Luis Obispo police report details fireman’s alleged assault

New details about a man’s alleged assault and battery at the hands of a San Luis Obispo firefighter who was angry with those who disapproved of an affair he was having are revealed in a lengthy police report. Even though the... (Continue reading)

Retired educators receive more than $100,000 annually

As public pension reform takes center stage in Sacramento, the number of newly retired school administrators earning more than $100,000 a year jumped 650 percent between 2005 and 2011. [Sacramento Bee] Six-figure payouts to retired educators increased from 700 to... (Continue reading)

Templeton husband and wife accused of child molestation

A Templeton husband and wife were arrested for the alleged repeated molestation of a male relative under the age of 14, according to a sheriff report. Donald Baker, the former nursing director of the intensive care unit at a Templeton hospital,... (Continue reading)

Illegal appointment will cost Oceano

The Oceano Community Services District will likely be slapped with nearly $75,000 in fees after losing a civil lawsuit that found the board illegally appointed one of its directors. In his tentative ruling released Tuesday San Luis Obispo County Superior Court... (Continue reading)



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