Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo Superior Court’




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Paso Robles murder suspect pleads not guilty

A Paso Robles man said he acted in self-defense when he shot and killed an “intruder” Saturday morning. Thomas Yanaga, 52, plead not guilty to murder and an enhancement for causing great bodily injury with a firearm on Wednesday. His... (Continue reading)

SLO County to cut down on prosecuting prostitutes

The San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office plans to, by in large, stop prosecuting prostitutes. [Tribune] Prosecutors have announced that they no longer view prostitutes as criminals. Rather they are victims of exploitation or forced labor. Instead of prosecuting... (Continue reading)

Former Morro Bay cold case can go to trial

A San Luis Obispo judge has overruled a colleague in a once-cold Morro Bay murder case, determining Wednesday that the prosecution has a case worthy of trial. [Tribune] Nipomo resident James Lypps, 64, has been arrested for murder twice since... (Continue reading)

Atascadero man ruled sane at time of murder

The insanity defense did not succeed in the murder trial of an Atascadero man who shot and killed his neighbor. On Tuesday afternoon, a San Luis Obispo jury ruled that Mark Andrews, 51, was sane when he killed Colleen Barga-Millbury,... (Continue reading)

SLO’s sex offender on Craigslist dodges prison stint

A registered sex offender who used Craigslist to solicit sex with underage women in San Luis Obispo received a six-month jail sentence after accepting a plea deal on Monday. Robert George Roe, 55, pleaded no contest to a single felony... (Continue reading)

Cambria smoke shop sued over fatal crash

The mother of a toddler killed in a recent car crash is suing a Cambria smoke shop over the synthetic drug spice that it allegedly sold to the driver of the vehicle. [Tribune] On Oct. 25, Tanner Noah Mengore crashed... (Continue reading)

Psychologists split over Atascadero killer’s sanity

Psychologists disagree over whether an Atascadero man was legally sane when he killed his neighbor. [KSBY] Last week, a San Luis Obispo County jury found Mark Andrews, 51, guilty of first degree murder. Andrews shot and killed Colleen Barga-Millbury, 52,... (Continue reading)

Sanitation district lawsuit venue in dispute

By KAREN VELIE Amid a request by the South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District Board to negotiate a settlement which would end an ongoing lawsuit, the state has filed for a change of venue for the legal battle. The... (Continue reading)

Atascadero man found guilty of murder

A San Luis Obispo County jury found an Atascadero man guilty of first degree murder on Friday. Mark Andrews, 51, murdered Colleen Marie Barga-Millbury, 52, in May 2013. He pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. On March 2, Andrews’... (Continue reading)

Did God tell Atascadero man to kill his neighbor?

An assertion that God commanded an Atascadero man to kill his neighbor highlighted Thursday’s closing arguments in the murder trial of Mark Andrews. [KSBY] Andrews, 51, is accused of murdering Colleen Marie Barga-Millbury, 52, in May 2013. The Atascadero man... (Continue reading)



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