Articles Tagged With ‘Atascadero’

Atascadero woman leads police on high-speed chase

For the second time in less than three years, an Atascadero woman has attempted to flee law enforcement officers by leading then on a high-speed pursuit. On Tuesday, officers with the Atascadero Police Department and San Luis Obispo County Probation... (Continue reading)

Body found in Atascadero storage unit

The body of an unidentified man was discovered Saturday in an Atascadero storage unit on El Camino Real. [KCOY] The Atascadero Mini Storage manager told KCOY that the man appeared to be living in the unit. Police do not suspect... (Continue reading)

Colby Jack’s Café and Bakery shutting its doors

After less than two years at the Atascadero Carlton Hotel, Colby Jack’s Café & Bakery is shutting its doors, the third restaurant to fail at the location in the past four years. Previously, Shockley’s closed after a year at the... (Continue reading)

Judge tentatively approves Atascadero Walmart

A San Luis Obispo Superior Court judge tentatively ruled against a lawsuit alleging that the city of Atascadero did not follow environmental laws in the process of approving the construction of a Walmart. [Tribune] Save Atascadero, a group opposed to... (Continue reading)

Caregivers accused of causing Atascadero grad’s death

Attorneys for the family of an Atascadero grad who died in 2010 during a struggle with her caregivers filed a civil suit that alleges her caregivers mistreated their client. [Tribune] The client, Lauren Arcady, 33, apologized during the struggle with... (Continue reading)

Atascadero man accused of impersonating a doctor

State investigators charged an Atascadero man with felony fraud for allegedly pretending to be an audiologist. Aaron Marquis, 46, is accused of advertising himself as an audiologist with a Ph.D. His wife, Anja Marquis, 39, who worked as his office... (Continue reading)

Atascadero levies new bed tax

Atascadero city officials are hoping for a boost in tourism after approving a new tax assessment on hotel patrons, with accruing funds earmarked specifically for marketing and promotion. (The Tribune) The two-percent tariff will become part of hotel bills starting... (Continue reading)

12 ASH employees injured in March

Atascadero State Hospital continues to have multiple employee injuries with aggressive patients injuring 12 employees in March. [Tribune] Preliminary reports from ASH show that the assaults occurred from March 5 through the 28 and resulted in injuries including bruising, swelling... (Continue reading)

Deputies catch burglars in action in Paso Robles

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Deputies located and arrested two north county residents burglarizing a Paso Robles tractor dealership early Tuesday morning. The sheriff’s office received a call around 2:30 a.m. about two men using bolt cutters on the chain... (Continue reading)

Atascadero gas leak causes outage

Nearly 1,000 Atascadero homes and businesses must endure a gas outage for at least several days. Atascadero police responded to a gas leak around 9 a.m. Sunday near Entrada Ave. and Palma Ave. Southern California Gas Company personnel arrived and... (Continue reading)