Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo Superior Court’




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Lypps acquitted of killing his wife in formerly cold Morro Bay case

Following a cold case DNA discovery and twists and turns in court, a Morro Bay murder case ended Monday without a conviction. A San Luis Obispo County jury found Nipomo man James Lypps not guilty of murdering his wife at... (Continue reading)

Nipomo woman gets year in jail for abusing terminally ill daughter

A Nipomo optometrist has received a one-year jail sentence for abusing her terminally ill adult daughter, whom hospital workers reportedly found covered in urine and feces. Despite pleading no contest to a felony count, Susanne Wilch Krout maintains her innocence... (Continue reading)

Caycuos man gets three years for stabbing his tenant

A Cayucos man received a three-year prison sentence Thursday for stabbing a female tenant, who caused major damage to his home, in the back. [Tribune] On Nov. 19, 2015, Matthew Sebastian Agrey, 44, stabbed his 49-year-old tenant at a home... (Continue reading)

Judge dismisses voter fraud case against CSD director

A San Luis Obispo County judge threw out a voter fraud case involving a California Valley CSD director who was accused of living in Paso Robles. Judge Craig Van Rooyen said he understood why the SLO County District Attorney’s Office... (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 never seen his coach so... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande cross burner arrested on gun charges

One of the men convicted in the 2011 Arroyo Grande cross burning case could be heading back to prison well before the date he was scheduled to be released. Jeremiah Leo “Smurf” Hernandez returned to San Luis Obispo Superior Court... (Continue reading)

Trial begins in formerly cold Morro Bay murder case

Trial has finally begun in the murder case involving a Nipomo man accused of having murdered his wife at the couple’s then-Morro Bay home in 2009. The prosecution says James Lypps, 66, strangled and then drowned his wife, while the... (Continue reading)

Former Cal Poly student avoids more jail time over Facebook threat

A former Cal Poly student who sent a death threat late last year to the leader of the pro-diversity group SLO Solidarity has accepted a plea deal that will allow him to avert spending anymore time behind bars. Charles Raymond... (Continue reading)

Mother testifies her son admitted to killing his roommate

The mother of 40 year-old Charles Giese of San Luis Obispo testified in a preliminary hearing Monday that her son admitted to killing his roommate. At the conclusion of the hearing, a judge ruled there is enough evidence for Giese... (Continue reading)

SLO man allegedly molested his ex-girlfriend’s daughter

A man accused of sexually abusing the 10-year-old daughter of San Luis Obispo woman he was dating, recently sent a text message to the now-14-year-old girl telling her she was still a virgin. [Tribune] Matthew Roland Betts, 44, allegedly molested... (Continue reading)



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