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200 Pounds Of Fireworks Confiscated Over Holiday Weekend

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Over the long July 4th weekend CAL FIRE conducted an enhanced law enforcement operation to prevent fires and injury to the public.  The majority of the effort was at our beaches and lakes.   Law Enforcement personnel made 279 public contacts, wrote 10 fireworks citations, made one DUI arrest, and assisted other law enforcement agencies in 17 calls.  Approximately 200 ... Read More »

Two Men In Jail After Traffic Stops Leads To Meth And Heroin Discovery

Trujillo-Hopkins

On Saturday, July 6, at approximately 4:40 a.m., a PRPD officer conducted a traffic enforcement stop of a vehicle on Creston Road near Golden Hill Road for an equipment violation. The officer contacted the driver, identified as 38-year-old San Luis Obispo County resident Leonard Felipe Trujillo, and his passenger, identified as 34-year-old Paso Robles resident Jason Todd Hopkins.  Trujillo was ... Read More »

Montecito Firefighters To Attend Granite Mountain Hot Shot Memorial

Hot-Shots

Four off duty Firefighters and one retiree of the Montecito Fire Protection District will be joining hundreds of other agencies and firefighters attending the Granite Mountain Hot Shot Memorial Service in Prescott Arizona.  The Granite Mountain Hotshot Crew lost their lives Sunday, June 30th, while battling the 2,000-acre Yarnell Hill fire that was started by lightning on June 28th. 26-year-old ... Read More »

No DUI Arrests At San Luis Obispo Sobriety Checkpoint

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The San Luis Obispo Police Department hosted a DUI Checkpoint on July 5th.  The checkpoint was staffed by officers from throughout the county as a part of the San Luis Obispo County DUI Task Force and was funded by the “Avoid the 14” Grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The purpose ... Read More »

Coroner Attempts To Identify Body Found In Crashed Pick-Up In Santa Barbara Ravine

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The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Coroner’s Office is in the process of positively identifying the occupant found in a vehicle discovered Thursday at the bottom of a ravine, 300 feet off of Painted Cave Road.  The vehicle is registered to an individual who was reported missing in Santa Barbara County in March of 2012.  Due to the fact the accident ... Read More »

85 Acres Burned In Paso Robles Fire

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A fire broke out near Adelaida Road near Vineyard Drive near Paso Robles yesterday afternoon about 1:15. 85 acres were burned and two structures were threatened before officials put out the blaze.  The cause is under investigation. No injuries were reported. Read More »

Diablo’s Unit One Up And Running

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Unit 1 at Pacific Gas and Electric Company's Diablo Canyon Power Plant returned to full power on July 4, 2013, following a safe shut down of the unit on June 26, 2013. Operators at Diablo Canyon safely shut down Unit 1 after minor leakage was detected by maintenance personnel on a small section of pipe located inside the containment building. ... Read More »

Body Found In Water At Montana De Oro Identified As Cal Poly Student

Stefan-Wagner

The Coroner's Unit of the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office has identified the body found in the water at Montana de Oro State Park on June 28. The man has been identified as 21-year-old Stefan James Wagner of Fresno. Wagner was reported missing on June 20 after disappearing in the waters off Montana de Oro State Park. An autopsy ... Read More »

Bicyclist In Critical Condition After Collision With Vehicle

Ambulance-Driving

On Wednesday, July 3 at approx. 6:35a.m. the Paso Robles Police Department and Department of Emergency Services responded to an injury traffic collision west of Jardine Road on Highway 46 East. Officers determined a vehicle struck a 55-year-old male bicyclist after he entered the eastbound traffic lanes. The bicyclist was treated at the scene and transported via ambulance to a ... Read More »

Helicopter Spots Truck Of Missing Person In Ravine Off Hwy 154

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At around 12:30 p.m. July 4th, Santa Barbara County Air Support Unit Copter Two was flying over the area of Highway 154 and Painted Cave Road when a Deputy on board observed a vehicle located 300 feet down a cliff, at the bottom of a ravine, in an area of thick brush.  Sheriff’s Deputies and California Highway Patrol Officers responded ... Read More »

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