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Paso Robles police officer accused of on-duty rape

A Paso Robles police sergeant is on paid administrative leave as the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Department investigates allegations of rape. The officer allegedly assaulted several women while on the job. After one Paso Robles woman called 911 to... (Continue reading)

Suspect snatches customer’s wallet at downtown SLO restaurant

San Luis Obispo police are searching for a man who stole a customer’s wallet at a downtown SLO restaurant Monday afternoon. [Cal Coast Times] Police have released surveillance footage which appears to show the wallet was left on a table... (Continue reading)

Prowler caught on video looking in window of SLO apartment

A doorbell camera system recently captured a man peering inside the window of an apartment in San Luis Obispo, and police are now searching for the suspect. [Cal Coast Times] Surveillance footage shows the man walking with an apparent limp... (Continue reading)

So where is Arroyo Grande on medical marijuana?

Opinion by Mayor Jim Hill Medical marijuana – cannabis – has been legal under California law since Proposition 215 was passed by voters in 1996. Well over a year ago, facing a mandated state deadline and anticipating new state regulations... (Continue reading)

Tommy Gong slapped with temporary restraining order

Judge Barry LaBarbera granted San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Lynn Compton a temporary restraining order on Monday barring Clerk-Recorder Tommy Gong from further correcting mismatched signature ballots. [Cal Coast Times] Following the June 5 election, Gong told both Compton and... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly professor accused of looking up professor’s dress

A Cal Poly psychology professor whose research field includes covert communication allegedly used his phone to look up a female professor’s dress. [KSBY] The incident occurred on May 2 in a faculty office building, university officials say. Cal Poly police... (Continue reading)

Two new luxury hotels coming soon to downtown SLO

Two luxury hotels are expected to open in downtown San Luis Obispo by early 2019. [Cal Coast Times] As part of the Chinatown development on the northern edge of downtown SLO, Hotel San Luis Obispo is under construction and scheduled... (Continue reading)

Manufacturing company leaving SLO for Utah

San Luis Obispo camera accessories manufacturer Really Right Stuff is relocating to Utah and taking many of its employees with it, as they “can’t afford to buy a home” in SLO. [Cal Coast Times] Really Right Stuff has operated in... (Continue reading)

Suspect drags teen from car before fleeing officers

Ventura police arrested an 18-year-old man Saturday morning on multiple felony charges after the suspect allegedly drug a 16-year-old girl from a car. [Cal Coast Teens] Shortly after 6 a.m., Tyequez Baker got in an argument with two 16-year-old girls.... (Continue reading)

SLO County equal voter rights dispute headed to court

By KAREN VELIE A dispute over equal voting rights has propelled San Luis Obispo County Clerk Recorder Tommy Gong into a legal battle with Supervisor Lynn Compton. On Monday morning, the county officials will appear in court to argue their... (Continue reading)



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