Two of the juveniles contacted were found to be in possession of marijuana packaged for sale. A total of 74 grams of marijuana was seized from the juveniles, as well as packaging materials, and digital scales. The juveniles were placed under arrest for possession of marijuana with the intent to sell, a felony. Both juveniles were transported to the Paso Robles Police Department where the Read More »
According to Scott Edward, District Director of Donor Recruitment. “Keeping transfusion patients and blood donors safe is United Blood Services number one priority. This is why we require volunteer blood donors to be well and healthy when they donate blood,” said Edward. According to the CDC “Flu vaccines are only 23% effective this season — flu shots normally prevent 60% to 65% of infe Read More »
On Thursday, January 15, 2014 at 10:45 AM, Paso Robles Police Department was notified by Pat Butler Elementary School of a possible threat. Two school children reported to school administrators they were approached by a Black Male adult during recess. The children report the suspect was on the outside of the athletic field perimeter fence and was in possession of a shotgun or rifle. The suspect threatened the children and the children fled back to the school buildings. School administrators locked down the school to shelter in place.
The Paso Robles Police Department is working with school officials, CHP, San Luis Obispo Sheriffs Department to search the area in the 700 block of Nicklaus Street. At approximately 2:15 PM, a search of the Pat Butler Elementary School campus and Read More »
The District Attorney’s Office announces the conclusion of the Preliminary Hearing in People v Akins, Fort, Ivory, Brito, and Love – the former Cal Poly football players charged with the attempted armed robbery at a fraternity house and related crimes. The incident occurred on August 10, 2014.
A Preliminary Hearing is sometimes called a “probable cause” hearing, because a judge hears testimony and determines whether there is “probable cause” to believe a felony has been committed, and if so, whether the charged defendant(s) committed that felony. If the judge makes that finding, the defendant is “held to answer” and the case may proceed to arraignment and possible trial.
On Thursday 1/15/15 Judge Donald G. Umhofer he Read More »
The Central Coast Bandit accused of robbing six banks in San Luis Obispo, Monterey, and Stanislaus counties two years ago is expected to be sentenced to 20 years in prison. Cristina Padilla withdrew her not guilty plea yesterday. Instead she pleaded no contest. She is scheduled to be sentenced in March.Read More »
Four former Cal Poly football players continue their preliminary hearing in San Luis Obispo. They are accused of attempted armed robbery at a local fraternity house last August. All have pleaded not guilty. A fifth suspect who also pleaded not guilty waived his pre-lim.Read More »
A 16-year-old boy was shot in Santa Maria yesterday afternoon. He was taken to a hospital for treatment. Gunshots were heard in the area where the boy was shot. Police are looking at a possible gang related crime but are following several other leads as well.Read More »
Joseph Munoz from Oceano has changed his plea in the stabbing death of 25-year-old Joseph Padilla during a fight in Oceano in June of 2013. Yesterday, Munoz pleaded no fcontest. He is scheduled to be sentenced January 28.Read More »