Articles Tagged With ‘prescription drugs’




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Pismo Beach man busted again for selling drugs

  Nearly one year to the day after a Pismo Beach man was arrested for hit-and-run and selling prescription pills, he was arrested again, this time during a narcotics raid. On Sept. 1, the San... (Continue reading)

Suicide suspected in death of woman found in Pismo Beach surf

Pismo Beach police announced that a 53-year-old Oceano woman who drowned to death last November committed suicide. [KSBY] On the morning of Nov. 20, officers found the body of Amy Leach in the Shell Beach... (Continue reading)

Boy forgives former coach who caused near-fatal crash

During a teary sentencing hearing in which even the judge cried, a former wrestling coach said he wished he could hug the boy he harmed during a drug induced crash. The boy said he had... (Continue reading)

Alleged drug dealers arrested after Paso Robles traffic stop

Paso Robles police found Xanax, cocaine and ecstasy packaged for sales after stopping a driver  Tuesday morning. Officers then arrested a 21-year-old man and an 18-year-old woman who were inside the vehicle. At about 10:25... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach hit-and-run leads to drug bust

After causing an accident in a Grover Beach shopping center parking lot and then fleeing, a Shell Beach man was arrested for selling prescription pills. A Clovis man who was also in the vehicle was... (Continue reading)

Shots fired during Paso Robles drug deal gone wrong

Shots were fired during a botched drug deal in Paso Robles Sunday night, according to the city’s police department. All of the suspects in the incident fled and remain on the loose. At approximately 10:10... (Continue reading)

Drugged wrestling coach choked driver, prosecutors allege

A youth wrestling coach under the influence of prescription pills choked a teen driver and caused a rollover crash in Nipomo that has left a 10-year-old boy hospitalized for the last two months, San Luis... (Continue reading)

Santa Barbara doctor sentenced to over 27 years in prison

A Santa Barbara physician who wrote prescriptions for highly dangerous and addictive drugs for his “patients” – many of whom were drug addicts, and some of whom died from drug overdoses – was sentenced Monday... (Continue reading)

Santa Barbara doctor convicted of drug trafficking

A Santa Barbara-area physician who wrote numerous prescriptions for powerful painkillers, such as OxyContin, for “patients” – many of whom were drug addicts, and some of whom died from drug overdoses – was convicted Friday... (Continue reading)

Wrongful death suit alleges drug dealing at Atascadero nursing home

An Atascadero nursing home failed to take measures to stop an employee from distributing expired narcotics, according to a wrongful death lawsuit filed in San Luis Obispo Superior Court. [Tribune] Michelle Hughes, 48, died of... (Continue reading)



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