Articles Tagged With ‘Alcohol’




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Morro Bay man accused of assaulting officer

Morro Bay police

Police arrested a reportedly intoxicated Morro Bay man who is accused of committing battery on an officer and threatening with the intent to terrorize. Officers booked Nathan Raphael Jones, 46, in San Luis Obispo County Jail on Friday evening. Jones... (Continue reading)

Prison guard charged in San Miguel killing has history of bar fights

Travis Woolf

A prison guard who is charged with manslaughter for his role in a deadly San Miguel bar fight has a history of fighting at alcohol establishments, according to a motion filed by San Luis Obispo County prosecutors. [Tribune] On Sept.... (Continue reading)

SLO County restaurants briefly lose liquor licenses

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Three San Luis Obispo County restaurants previously owned by a man convicted of stealing from an elderly woman temporarily lost their liquor licenses. [KEYT] Robert Clouston was ordered in June to pay $327,000 in restitution for a scheme he carried... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly police crack down on off-campus parties

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Under a new agreement with the city of San Luis Obispo, Cal Poly police have begun targeting partiers up to a mile from the university campus. In July, Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong and San Luis Obispo Mayor Jan Marx... (Continue reading)

Santa Barbara DA charges Paula Lopez

Paula Lopez

The Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s Office has charged longtime local news anchor Paula Lopez Ochoa with six misdemeanors for an incident last month in which she allegedly drove under the influence and assaulted two officers. Ochoa, 50, has long... (Continue reading)

SLO Council approves Pemberton brothers’ project

Josh and Jeremy Pemberton, photo by Noozhawk

Twin brothers Jeremy and Joshua Pemberton have gained permission to open a combination bowling alley, restaurant and concert venue in downtown San Luis Obispo, following a city council ruling Tuesday evening. The Pembertons are planning to develop a 24,500 square-foot... (Continue reading)

Good Samaritans come to officer’s aid in Lompoc

Santa Barbara Sheriff

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department is crediting two men for coming to the aid of a deputy who was being attacked by a drunken suspect last week. On Monday, the deputy responded to a request to remove a “belligerent... (Continue reading)

Pemberton brothers’ SLO project appealed

Josh and Jeremy Pemberton, photo by Noozhawk

The San Luis Obispo City Council will decide whether a downtown location that formerly housed Sports Authority will become a bowling alley, restaurant and performance site for live music. On July 29, the San Luis Obispo Planning Commission approved the... (Continue reading)

Planning commission approves Pemberton brothers SLO project

Josh and Jeremy Pemberton, photo by Noozhawk

The San Luis Obispo Planning Commission voted 3-1 Wednesday to approve plans to turn the site of the San Luis Obispo Sports Authority into a bowling alley, restaurant and performance site for live music. The goal is to open in... (Continue reading)

Raised eyebrows over Pemberton brothers SLO project

Josh and Jeremy Pemberton, photo by Noozhawk

By KAREN VELIE A pair of developers whose prior business deals resulted in claims of fraud and a bankruptcy with $1.4 million in unpaid wages, debts and charity pledges that were never fulfilled have started looking for investors in a... (Continue reading)



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