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Beating described in Paso Robles murder trial

A hired assailant who was allegedly paid to rough up a man on behalf of a jealous lover testified Wednesday in the trial of a Paso Robles woman charged with murder. [Tribune] Maria del Carmen Granados Fajardo, 50, is accused... (Continue reading)

Woman claims seizure, not intoxication, in Pismo Beach arrest

A Grover Beach woman has taken to crowdfunding to prove her innocence and convince live an online audiences that Pismo Beach police wrongfully arrested and assaulted her. [Tribune] Andrea Nicole Hansen, 32, says officers mistook her suffering several seizures for... (Continue reading)

Officer accused of lying to a judge

By KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN A member of the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Narcotics Task Force is under investigation for allegedly lying in a search warrant affidavit in order to gain access to a San Miguel man’s home... (Continue reading)

Atascadero bookkeeper avoids jail for embezzlement

An Atascadero bookkeeper charged with embezzling money from her former employer has evaded jail time but must pay $30,000 in restitution. [Tribune] Alisha Amber Cannon, 31, allegedly used her bookkeeper position at Templeton-based Simons Construction Inc. to divert funds into... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande cross burning convict receives reduced sentence

A judge has shaved three years off the prison sentence of a San Simeon man currently in prison for his involvement in a 2011 cross-burning that occurred outside the home of an African American teen in Arroyo Grande. [Tribune] In... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles woman on trial for murder

Jury selection has begun in the murder trial of a Paso Robles woman who is accused of hiring several people to rough up her ex-boyfriend. [Tribune] Maria del Carmen Granados Fajardo, 51, allegedly paid a group of teenagers a total... (Continue reading)

Alleged SLO torturer heading to trial

A trial is set for a San Luis Obispo man accused of torturing his girlfriend and attempting to kill her. [KEYT] In September, 33-year-old Timothy Hayes allegedly bound the woman, 27, with tape, and assaulted her with a knife, scissors,... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly fraternity president pleads not guilty to drug charges

The former president of Cal Poly’s Delta Sigma Phi fraternity pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of possession of marijuana for sale and possession of a controlled substance for sale, both felonies. [KSBY] In September, San Luis Obispo police arrested... (Continue reading)

Court overturns part of conviction in Arroyo Grande cross burning case

A California appellate court has overturned two of the four convictions of a San Simeon man currently serving an 11-year prison sentence for his involvement in the 2011 cross-burning incident in Arroyo Grande. [Tribune] In June 2012, a San Luis... (Continue reading)

Doobie Dozen case back in court

By CCN Staff A recent state appellate court ruling is sending the so-called “Doobie Dozen” case back to a San Luis Obispo courtroom Tuesday, when district attorney deputies will decide if they want to continue already-lengthy proceedings. When the case... (Continue reading)



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