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More women accuse Paso Robles officer of sexual misconduct

Multiple women have accused a Paso Robles police sergeant of sexual misconduct, including rape, while on duty. [Cal Coast Times] Late last year, a Paso Robles woman called 911 to report that she had been assaulted by her boyfriend. Sgt.... (Continue reading)

Gloria Allred files suit accusing Nipomo wrestling coach of sexual abuse

Renowned feminist lawyer Gloria Allred has filed suit on behalf of a Nipomo High School student who was allegedly abused  by one of the school’s former wrestling coaches. [Cal Coast Times] The suit alleges Justin Magdaleno sexually molested the girl... (Continue reading)

Former ICE agent arrested for sexual assault

A former special agent with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) was arrested Wednesday on charges that allege he sexually assaulted one woman and twice raped another woman after abusing his official position to convince them not... (Continue reading)

Central Coast artist John Landon dead at 68

John Landon, a well-known Central Coast artist, died at 68. On Aug. 2, Landon was injured in a two-car crash on Highway 101 near Avila Beach Drive. He passed away Wednesday morning. [Cal Coast Times] Landon lived on the Central... (Continue reading)

Is California’s pot tax revenue a bust?

The state of California failed to collect even half of the marijuana tax revenue it was expecting in the first six months of 2018, signaling that much of the state’s cannabis business remains in the black market. [CBS Sacramento] Between... (Continue reading)

DA drops felony charges in attempted kidnapping case

A woman who allegedly attempted to kidnap a 3-year-old boy at the San Luis Obispo Target store is no longer charged with a pair of felonies and is now facing a single misdemeanor count of battery. [Cal Coast Times] In... (Continue reading)

Five Cities Fire Authority chief accused of retaliation and labor violations

A former Five Cities Fire Authority firefighter accused the fire chief of retaliation and violations of labor laws in a lawsuit filed in July against the fire authority, the city of Arroyo Grande, and chief Steve Lieberman. The lawsuit alleges... (Continue reading)

DA notifies SLO County lawyers of employee’s false testimony

Defense attorneys around San Luis Obispo County have now received notification that a longtime district attorney’s office staffer who previously testified in court as an expert witness with a college degree, never graduated. [Cal Coast Times] Tracy Nix, an 18-year... (Continue reading)

Medical marijuana services now permitted in Arroyo Grande

The Arroyo Grande City Council repealed a disputed regulation on Tuesday that required marijuana delivery services to have a physical location — that had to be outside the South County city — in order to deliver to customers with its... (Continue reading)

Terrorist sentenced to an extra 20 years for attacking prison warden

A man who was already serving a 25-year sentence for providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization was sentenced Monday to serve an additional 20-year prison term for trying to kill the warden of the federal prison where he... (Continue reading)



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