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SLO settles lawsuit over convicted cop

The city of San Luis Obispo has settled a lawsuit filed by two confidential informants of a former police officer who was convicted of extortion. FBI agents arrested Cory Pierce in Feb. 2013 after an undercover investigation revealed that the... (Continue reading)

Is ISIS targeting the SLO marathon?

The black and white flag of ISIS made a prominent appearance on the San Luis Obispo Marathon website over the weekend. [KSBY] Slomarathon.com was one of several U.S. websites hacked by someone claiming to be an affiliate of the Islamic... (Continue reading)

SLO makes top 10 crime surging list

While crime rates in the United States have been dropping for two decades, in the past five years the San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles area has recorded a 48.3 percent increase in violent crime. [24/7 Wall St.] Between 1991... (Continue reading)

SLO Police seeks assistance over Facebook post

The San Luis Obispo Police Department has asked the FBI to investigate a Facebook post the department determined poses a threat to local officers and their families. [Tribune] On Dec. 23, a San Luis Obispo resident posted his anger at... (Continue reading)

Chief alleges council extortion racket in California border town

Members of the Calexico City Council are running an extortion racket and are teaming up with police officers to shut down criminal investigations and blackmail city government members, according to the U.S. border town’s new police chief. [NBC San Diego]... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach robber dubbed the Beachcomber Bandit

FBI agents are searching for a bank robber dubbed the Beachcomber Bandit who struck in Grover Beach in June. [LA Times] The bandit robbed a Rabobank on Grand Avenue at gunpoint about one month after he held up a bank... (Continue reading)

Six Los Angeles Sheriff’s deputies sentenced to federal prison

Six sworn deputies who were working in the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department each were sentenced today to federal prison terms for interfering with a federal civil rights investigation into misconduct at the Men’s Central Jail. The six defendants received prison... (Continue reading)

Six Los Angeles Sheriff’s deputies convicted of obstructing an investigation

Six sworn officers who were working in the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department were found guilty today of obstruction of justice for interfering with a federal civil rights investigation into misconduct at the Men’s Central Jail, according to a Department of... (Continue reading)

FBI agents thwart Ventura bank robbery

A Los Angeles man is in jail after his attempt to rob a Ventura bank on Monday was foiled by two FBI agents who just happened to be in the building. At about 3 p.m., Manuel Hernandez, 28, slipped a... (Continue reading)

Sex trafficking bust saves 27 California minors

A nationwide crackdown on sex trafficking rescued 27 California minors from forced prostitution last week. Federal agents working with local law enforcement officers conducted a week-long bust on sex traffickers. They arrested 281 pimps nationwide and 38 in California, according... (Continue reading)



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