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With its roots embedded in Spanish California, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office has always been a reflection of the community it serves. Founded in 1850, it stands with the oldest law enforcement agencies in the state of California.

We, the members of your Sheriff’s Office, are responsible for enforcing the laws, upholding the Constitutions, and providing custody and court services.
We are committed to enhancing the quality of life through effective partnerships, protecting persons and property, while serving as role models to our community.

http://www.sbsheriff.org/


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SLO police catch man who followed tipsy woman home

San Luis Obispo police have arrested a 29-year-old Santa Maria man, who they say walked an intoxicated woman into her home last month. Around 2:30 a.m. on April 18, Derek Ryan Roden was waiting outside a home in the 900... (Continue reading)

Two UCSB students shot in Isla Vista

Less than two weeks before the anniversary of the 2014 Elliot Rodger rampage, two UCSB students suffered gunshot wounds in a fresh Isla Vista shooting incident. [KEYT] The shooting occurred around 7 p.m. Monday, following a domestic dispute at a... (Continue reading)

Grand jury charges 89-year-old woman with murdering her daughter

The Santa Barbara County Grand Jury has indicted an 89-year-old woman for the murder of her daughter. Solvang resident Heidi Good was suffering from ALS at the time of her death in 2013, but Good’s husband has since maintained in... (Continue reading)

Woman grabs a pitchfork, goes on offensive in Goleta

A female intruder stole a pitchfork Sunday afternoon and threatened multiple Goleta residents, stabbing one of them. [KEYT] The pitchfork thief stabbed a woman in the arm and stomach. She also allegedly assaulted a police officer. The crime spree began... (Continue reading)

Victor Speedy Gonzales turns himself in to face drug charges

A Nipomo man allegedly involved in a Central Coast drug trafficking ring dubbed “All in the Family,” turned himself in at the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning. Victor Speedy Gonzales, 36, was wanted following... (Continue reading)

Orcutt man offers teens sex, drugs, rock and roll

A 33-year-old Orcutt man is accused of hosting parties for and having sex with underage girls. [KEYT] Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s detectives arrested Matthew Zigan at his home last Friday. Investigators say Zigan threw parties at the house for teenagers... (Continue reading)

Could sheriff’s deputies have prevented Isla Vista killings?

The parents of three murdered college students are suing Santa Barbara County and it sheriff’s office, as well as an Isla Vista apartment complex and its parent company, alleging that they hold partial responsibility for the killing spree carried out... (Continue reading)

Central Coast veterinarian killed in paragliding accident

A popular Santa Barbara veterinarian was killed Sunday afternoon while paragliding above Rattlesnake Canyon. Dr. Ron Faoro, 60, was tandem paragliding with his 16-year-old daughter when he slipped out of his harness and fell about 1,000 feet to the ground... (Continue reading)

Fourth Lompoc police officer arrested in under 12 months

Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Lompoc police officer accused of domestic violence on Friday, marking the fourth arrest of a member of the Lompoc Police Department in less than 12 months. According to police, an unnamed police officer... (Continue reading)

Did Adolf Hitler have a girlfriend?

Google entries to the likes of “Did Adolf Hitler have a girlfriend,” “Young people are all mean” and “Modern torture devices” all appeared on the laptop of the perpetrator of last year’s Isla Vista massacre, according to the Santa Barbara... (Continue reading)



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