Central Coast bandit to appear in SLO court

August 28, 2013

Image_7Christina Fernandez Padilla, known as the Central Coast Bandit, is scheduled to appear in San Luis Obispo Superior Court Wednesday.

Padilla, 50, is charged with several counts of robberies for bank robberies she is accused of committing along the Central Coast and in Modesto. She also faces charges of reckless driving while evading an officer and assault with a deadly weapon other than a firearm.

Around 5 p.m. Friday, witnesses reported seeing Padilla in the Golden 1 Credit Union on Foothill Boulevard in San Luis Obispo. Padilla fled in a vehicle and a multi-agency chase ensued that ended when she crashed her car near 35th and Pine streets in Paso Robles.

Officers say Padilla intentionally rammed another car in Paso Robles prior to crashing.

Padilla has been booked in San Luis Obispo County Jail since Friday night on $290,000 bail.

She is believed to have robbed six California banks since December 31, 2012.

 







Loading...
Jorge Estrada

I expect Hollywood to buy her movie rights or at a minimum her bikini photo on a Mexican calendar for the month of Bandita.

the guy paso

This report neglected to inform us that the SLO PD called off the pursuit allowing her to make her way
North. Guess the SLO PD was busy with Karen and not able to do real police work.

BeenThereDoneThat

In the original article posted around last Friday, CCN did mention that SLO PD called off for safety reasons and let the CHP pick up the chase. Probably easier to once it hits the highway, as they probably figure it will cross jurisdictions. I don’t see where the big deal is??

the guy paso

I believe that when the SLO called off the persist, they failed to notify the other agencies. I don’t
Know if. Anyone reported that. call the CHP to verify, it’s what I heard from a pretty good source

BeenThereDoneThat

You mentioned that the report didn’t mention. You didn’t say you had a source, prior.

That is pretty much setting up anyone who responds to what you said. We don’t read minds here.

So seeing as we don’t read minds we go off of news. So like most I assume here do, here are reports I was going off of without setting anyone up.

http://calcoastnews.com/2013/08/officers-nab-central-coast-bandit/

http://www.sanluisobispo.com/2013/08/26/2652448/central-coast-bandit-suspect.html

Both make clear that the CHP was involved. That is why we read news. I don’t sit around and call every individual that makes the news and ask their side.