Articles Tagged With ‘San Luis Obispo’




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Phyllis Madonna hands over her fashion show to Women’s Shelter

Following 30 years at the helm of her own fashion show, Phyllis Madonna is turning over control of the event to its beneficiary, the Women’s Shelter Program of San Luis Obispo County. Previously known as Phyllis’ Musical Revue & Fashion... (Continue reading)

SLO woman allegedly stole elderly man’s car and money

A San Luis Obispo woman who has been using an alias for the last 20 years stole about $100,000 and a vehicle from en elderly man with Alzheimer’s who recently moved out of the area, according to police. In May... (Continue reading)

SLO police catch burglar, but stolen electronics remain missing

San Luis Obispo police arrested a man whom they say admitted to breaking into a downtown business over the weekend. The burglary resulted in the theft of thousands of dollars of electronics, which have yet to be located, according to... (Continue reading)

Arroyo Grande men arrested for using SLO’s resident’s credit card

A San Luis Obispo resident lost more more than $1,200 worth of property after leaving valuables in an unlocked car in the 200 block of California Boulevard. Among the items that were stolen was a credit card, which two Arroyo... (Continue reading)

Burglar nabs thousands of dollars of merchandise from SLO business

San Luis Obispo police are searching for a a burglar who stole thousands of dollars of merchandise from a business over the weekend. The burglary reportedly occurred in the 800 block of Higuera Street. Most of the stolen merchandise was... (Continue reading)

SLO bicyclist struck and killed while racing in Kansas

A 61-year-old San Luis Obispo bicyclist was struck and killed in Kansas Saturday night amid a bike race across the United States. Eric Fishbein was participating in the Trans Am Bike Race, which begins in Oregon and ends in Virginia.... (Continue reading)

SLO police searching for vandal, identity thieves

San Luis Obispo police are searching for a man who caused more than $1,000 of damage to a government building on Monday. The building is believed to be the Social Security office in San Luis Obispo, and the vandalism was... (Continue reading)

SLOPD catches one offender in DUI warrant sweep

San Luis Obispo police conducted a DUI warrant sweep on Saturday, which they say was a show of manpower that SLOPD can use to find people who drive under the influence and then skip court. Officers served warrants for suspects... (Continue reading)

SLO parking rates going up

Following a decision by the San Luis Obispo City Council this week, SLO’s parking rates are set to rise over the next few years. Metered parking rates in downtown San Luis Obispo will start increasing at the beginning of next... (Continue reading)

Driver flees CHP in downtown SLO, crashes and gets away

A driver managed to evade a CHP officer who was pursuing him in downtown San Luis Obispo on Wednesday, but then crashed his car after the patrolman gave up the chase. Nonetheless, the driver fled by foot and, along with... (Continue reading)



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