Articles Tagged With ‘social media’




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SLO man accused of death threat has disdain for Islam, polygamy

The San Luis Obispo man accused of posting a death threat targeting the organizers of the vigil held in SLO in the aftermath of the racially charged violence in Virginia is a vocal critic of Islam, polygamy and Black Lives... (Continue reading)

SLO man arrested for death threat against vigil organizers

Police arrested a San Luis Obispo man for posting a death threat on Facebook targeting the organizers of the vigil held in SLO in the aftermath of the racially charged violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Daniel Joshua Phares, 45, admitted to... (Continue reading)

Man arrested for slapping phone out of 12-year-old girl’s hand in Pismo Beach

After a video of the incident went viral on social media, Pismo Beach police arrested a 43-year-old Bakersfield man who slapped a phone out of the hands of a 12-year-old girl during an altercation at a South County gas station.... (Continue reading)

Facebook post leads to arrest of serial burglar in Orcutt

After spending two weeks investigating a series of residential burglaries in the Orcutt area, Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s deputies found a Facebook posts detailing an unreported break-in. Deputies then arrested a 44-year-old Orcutt woman, who is accused of stealing cash... (Continue reading)

California may fine jurors for Internet use

A bill in the California Legislature proposes giving judges the power to fine jurors up to $1,500 for social media and Internet use violations. Currently, judges only have the authority to hold jurors in contempt of court if they violate... (Continue reading)

Do whining college students respect free speech?

BY PETER SCHEER There’s nothing like the massacre of 129 Parisian civilians at the hands of jihadi sociopaths, utterly convinced that their barbarism manifests the will of God, to provide some perspective on the recent whinings of students at a... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly’s explanation of St Fratty’s Day released

Cal Poly has released a report detailing the findings of a university investigation into the March 7 “St. Fratty’s Day” party that led to a roof collapsing and eight students suffering injuries. The St. Fratty’s Day concept began about six... (Continue reading)

Feds using Facebook to catch drug offenders

Facebook is ordering the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration to stop using fake profiles on its social media site to conduct investigations. [ABC News] The DEA is currently facing a lawsuit from a New York woman who alleges the agency used... (Continue reading)

Cayucos rape victim is somebody’s daughter

Editor’s Note: The following commentary about child sexual abuse in Cayucos was written after the arrest of volunteer fireman Oscar Higueros Jr., only a few days after Rogue Voice publisher Stacey Warde posted “Somebody’s Daughter,” a fictional account by author... (Continue reading)

Atascadero hires firm to promote tourism on social media

The city of Atascadero is turning to social media to state its case for becoming the tourism hub of San Luis Obispo County. [KCOY] The Atascadero Tourism Business Improvement District issued an approximately $175,000 contract to an advertising firm to... (Continue reading)



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