Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office’


San Luis Obispo County Sheriff – Coroner About Us
Formed in 1850, the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office is the oldest and largest law enforcement agency in the county, with enforcement covering over 3,200 square miles. In addition to being the primary law enforcement agency for San Luis Obispo County, the Sheriff is responsible for coroner services, the county jail which houses over 500 inmates, the civil division, and special investigations units like the Gang Task Force, Special Problems Unit, Narcotics Unit, Records and Warrants, Sheriff & EMS dispatch facility, Search and Rescue, the Posse Unit, Aero Squadron and Dive Team.

The Mission of the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office is to protect all life and property and to provide service, security, and safety to the community, as directed by law and moral responsibility.
http://www.slosheriff.org/



Undersheriff’s drunk driving charges dropped

A judge dismissed drunken driving charges against San Luis Obispo County Undersheriff Steve Bolts on Monday because a retest of his blood showed Bolts has a blood alcohol level of 0.07 percent, which is under the legal limit. [KSBY] Atascadero... (Continue reading)

Pedobear not OK with Tulsa police

In a story that the San Luis Obispo County Tribune continues to ignore, Pedobear panic has moved beyond the borders of California and has now gripped law enforcement officials in the Bible Belt burg of Tulsa, OK. [Inquisitr.com] Tulsa Police... (Continue reading)

Sheriff refuses to hedge on Pedobear

The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Department, faced with online criticism from as far away as England, is refusing to back down on their concern over the Pedobear.[KSBY] Sheriff’s spokesperson Rob Bryn acknowledged Monday that Pedobear, an Internet icon used... (Continue reading)

Did sheriff’s department make a boo-boo about Pedobear?

This one is a little hard to explain, so bear with us. It appears that the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s department has made a boo-boo about an Internet bear that is starting to prompt national ridicule our way. [Huffington... (Continue reading)

SLO deputies crimes slipping under the radar?

COMMENTARY By DANIEL BLACKBURN Sheriff’s Deputy Darren Murphy. Sheriff’s Deputy Matt Terrell. Sheriff’s Deputy Jay Wells. Sheriff’s Supervising Deputy Jason Nefores. Sheriff’s Detective Eric Twisselman. Remember these names: They are sheriff’s personnel who — according to The Tribune’s opinionated... (Continue reading)

Undersheriff Steve Bolts plans to step down

San Luis Obispo County Undersheriff Steve Bolts announced Friday he plans to leave the department next month in an email memo to select sheriff employees. In June, Atascadero Police arrested Bolts for suspicion of drunk driving. He pleaded not guilty to... (Continue reading)

Pot farm destroyed, three arrested

Three people are in jail tonight and 5,487 marijuana plants have been destroyed in a joint operation between San Luis Obispo County and Santa Barbara County authorities. [LompocRecord] A Santa Barbara County rural crimes deputy discovered a questionable vehicle parked... (Continue reading)

Internal affairs investigates allegations of internal affairs at sheriff’s department

San Luis Obispo County Sheriff officials are conducting an internal affairs investigation into a male sheriff's deputy and a female jail correctional officer who are accused of sexual misconduct on the job and of filing a false report against the... (Continue reading)

Man struck and killed by train in Paso Robles

A 20-year-old man was struck and killed by a freight train at the 12th Street crossing in Paso Robles at around 6:30 a.m. on Saturday. [KSBY] Officials said Bryan Clifton Brady of Paso Robles man might have been laying on... (Continue reading)

The candidate and the TV commercial

OPINION BY DON REGAN, Ph.D. A question, relative to the current Sheriff’s race–Why is one principle candidate for Sheriff now the TV spokesperson for a local loan Company, in which his wife has a direct and immediate vested interest? It... (Continue reading)