Thursday, February 11th, 2016

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Man Arrested on Highway One for Possession of Narcotics

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Members of the Sheriff’s Gang Task Force yesterday conducted a high risk felony traffic stop on a motorcyclist at Highway One and Grand Avenue in Grover Beach. Members of the Task Force had reason to believe 42-year-old Jason McMaster was distributing narcotics in San Luis Obispo County. The Sheriff’s Office conducted the high risk stop based on McMaster’s violent criminal …

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Californians Worried About Possible Flooding

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With a strong likelihood of El Niño driven storms causing flooding in parts of California, and residents concerned about the availability of homeowners’ insurance in areas with a high risk of wildfire, there is important information from the State of California Department of Insurance about insurance coverage with our community. Meteorologists predict El Niño will likely bring heavy rains and …

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First Steps to Purge Oil Pipeline Begin This Week

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In the first week of December, Plains Pipeline, L.P. will begin the steps to purge the 30-inch Line 903, which runs from the Gaviota Coast to Kern County. Line 903 was shut down at the direction of the U.S. Department of Transportation, Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration (PHMSA) shortly after oil was spilled from Line 901 onto Refugio State …

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Search Continues for Missing Inmate

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The search continues for a San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Honor Farm inmate 35-year-old Adelio Lopez who reportedly walked away from a daily work program at Camp San Luis Obispo Monday morning.  A state-wide “be on the lookout” has also be issued to all law enforcement agencies and the sheriff’s office says it is seeking assistance from other allied agencies …

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Inmate on the Loose After Walking Away From Work Program

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Yesterday, the Sheriff’s Office received a report of an inmate who walked away from a daily work program at Camp San Luis Obispo. 35-year-old Adilio Lopez is an inmate on the Sheriff’s Honor Farm who was on a work detail at the camp. At the time, Lopez was being supervised by Camp San Luis Obispo employees. Lopez was last seen …

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Head-On Collision on Highway 166

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Two people were injured last night in a head-on collision on Highway 166 between Guadalupe and Santa Maria. The CHP thinks drugs or alcohol may have played a role in the crash.  The accident happened shortly after 8 p.m. on W. Main St. and Highway 166 approximately a half-mile west of Bonita School Rd. in Santa Maria. A Toyota Camry crossed …

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Resurfacing of Broad Street Begins Today

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A project to resurface State Route 227 (Broad Street) from Price Canyon Road to one-half mile north of Buckley Road near the San Luis Obispo County Airport will begin on Tuesday, Dec. 1, weather permitting. Motorists will encounter lane closures in both directions on Broad Street Monday through Thursday from 8 am until 4 pm and on Fridays from 8 …

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Inmate Dies in Santa Barbara County Jail

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At approximately 9:30 a.m., on November 26, 49 year-old Johnny DeWitt of Santa Maria collapsed and became unresponsive while housed in the Medical Dorm within the Sheriff’s Main Jail facility.  Based upon initial witness statements, it appeared that Mr. Dewitt was experiencing a medical emergency. Jail personnel immediately responded to assist Mr. Dewitt, initiated lifesaving efforts and called for the …

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List of Child Molestation Victims Grows in Paublo Ramirez Case

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SLO County Sheriff’s Detectives have discovered more child molestation victims associated with 58-year-old Paublo Ramirez Sr. Ramirez was arrested earlier this month for molesting two girls, ages 8 and 5, at San Miguel Park in San Miguel. Besides those two victims, 10 additional female victims, between the ages of one and 12 years old, have been identified. The molestations took …

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Increase in Burglaries in Paso Robles Recently

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The Paso Robles Police Department has seen a noticeable increase in residential burglaries over the last two weeks. These burglaries are occurring on the eastside of the City during the daytime hours. The suspect(s) are gaining entry into residences via unlocked rear windows or sliding glass doors. The Department’s Detective Bureau and Special Enforcement Team are actively investigating these incidents …

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