Man shot in Paso Robles

July 30, 2012

An altercation in the parking lot of the Dry Creek Apartment complex in Paso Robles ended with a 25-year-old man being shot on Saturday.

Witnesses told police that at about 11:15 p.m. the suspect shot the victim and then fled on Corral Creek Avenue in a small silver car.

The victim was transported to an area hospital. His name and condition are being withheld pending notification of his next of kin.

It is unknown at this time if the shooting was gang related, police said.

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AGAIN, violent crime in Paso Robles!

Why are PR taxpayers paying the PRPD?

Unfortunately you have already played this hand, Mary, and exposed your agenda against anything Paso Robles. You were in an uproar when the “Man attacked with hammer in Paso Robles” and made your usual vitriolic response. Too bad you did not see that the crime occurred in the county area not even close to Paso Robles City. So I am sure you were chomping at the bit (literally) waiting for something to cook off in Paso proper. Well here you go, it happened. In today’s society violent crime happens and one cannot control it as human nature prevails, as we can see in the tragic case of the Colorado shooting and the less recent shooting in Norway. So, this incident that actually did occur in Paso Robles this time is not a failing of PRPD. It is a failing of an individual who chooses to attempt to kill another human being over a parking space.

Mary… We are only paying Our misused guided taxes. The tax payer has no choice where they spend it. … It is Admiral Arrp and His ship of misguided fools the City council. Other than waste Our tax dollars… the Council has little to show for them Again.?…….. violent crime in Paso…. We are moving up next to Santa Maria in that Department. .But… Santa Maria has a television station… which it better for news… than the two NEWS (?) papers We receive in the area. I live here and its discusting… just can’t afford to get out.

It’s across the street from the Senor Sanchos parking lot where a woman was sexually assaulted earlier this year…AND there was a drive-by in the neighboring houses…AND a stabbing.

Notice the pattern? Paso has Oak Park in the north and Creston Rd./Dry Creek on the other side of town. Both little Tijuana ghettos. Lots of kids wandering around night and day without parents, families packed into section 8 apts with tarps on the roofs… Paso’s getting worse, not better