Articles Tagged With ‘Paso Robles Police Department’




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Federal agents bust human smuggling ring

Two Paso Robles women successfully relayed information through the Paso Robles Police that helped bust a human smuggling ring. [KSBY] The women’s boyfriends paid human smugglers to bring them to the United States from Mexico. The smugglers brought the men... (Continue reading)

Banker accused of stealing from children

A 40-year-old Heritage Oaks Bank employee admitted to stealing $24,400 from a youth soccer account and transferring the funds to a personal account. [Tribune] The youth soccer group treasurer and bank employee, Douglas Smith, admitted the theft in an e-mail... (Continue reading)

Overheard: Police chief tells “one” side of gun snafu

By KAREN VELIE A local police chief, who was overheard boasting rather loudly at a recent public school event, apparently was explaining how he and another police chief are “working together” with the San Luis Obispo County district attorney to make... (Continue reading)

Police chief faces possible criminal action

By KAREN VELIE In addition to questions about how Paso Robles Police Chief Lisa Solomon left her loaded gun last year in an unlocked police car, Solomon faces possible criminal actions due to her failure to properly register her handgun, according... (Continue reading)

Police chief loses loaded gun

By KAREN VELIE The emerging and evolving story of how Paso Robles Police Chief Lisa Solomon had her loaded semi-automatic gun stolen from her car that she left unlocked in front of her home has left her red-faced about how it... (Continue reading)

Paso Robles Police officer presides over fraudulent charity

By KAREN VELIE State Attorney General Edmond G. Brown filed a lawsuit against the California Organization of Police and Sheriffs (COPS) alleging they engage in “unlawful, unfair, and fraudulent business practices,” on May 29. Paso Robles Police officer Nicki Woods currently holds... (Continue reading)

PERILS OF PASO: Grand theft auto?

FIRST IN A SERIES By KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN A steady drumbeat of complaints target alleged predatory towing practices by the Paso Robles Police Department and two towing companies, Alliance and Pete Johnson. Law enforcement, city officials, and reporters have been informed... (Continue reading)

Paso city computer pressed into service to slam citizen

At least one Paso Robles city computer was used to post on this Web site’s blog dozens of derogatory, revealing remarks and private information about a citizen in the aftermath of a recent CalCoastNews commentary on Paso Robles police practices.... (Continue reading)

COMMENTARY: Under Paso Robles’ wild’n’crazy “Big Tint”

By DANIEL BLACKBURN and KAREN VELIE A businessman seeking equal justice is learning that tinted vehicle windows, tinted law enforcement, and tinted truth has put him squarely in the path of conflict with Paso Robles’ dancing police chief, Lisa Solomon. Last week,... (Continue reading)

COMMENTARY: Girl chief gone wild?

By KAREN VELIE and DANIEL BLACKBURN Lisa Solomon, chief of the Paso Robles Police Department, just loves to dance. But is she dancing with the stars? Or dancing on the bars? Dancing is what she does whenever she’s asked if she thinks there... (Continue reading)



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