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Paso Robles Man Pleads Guilty to Three Felonies

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A Paso Robles man charged with three felonies related to child pornography and molestation pled guilty to all three counts yesterday. Leonard Franklin pled guilty to two counts of continuous sexual abuse of a minor who was less than 14-years old for over four years, as well and one count of lewd acts towards a child younger than 14-years old. ... Read More »

Police Search for Vandal

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Police are searching for a person who vandalized numerous Santa Barbara businesses early on April 11. Many businesses on Milpas Street were sprayed with graffiti, causing around $7,000 in damage. If you know anything, call the Santa Barbara Police Department at (805) 897-2348. Anonymous tips can be made to (805) 897-2386. Read More »

Man Under the Influence Overturns Car

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A 65-year-old Ventura man was arrested Monday for driving under the influence and overturning his car near Highway 101. The incident began around 3:25 p.m. yesterday when a California Highway Patrol officer saw Gary Ulam weaving through traffic and almost causing an accident on Highway 101 north of the Clark Avenue exit. CHP officers caught up with Ulam near the ... Read More »

FPPC Fines Developer For Not Disclosing Himself as Donor

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A San Luis Obispo County developer was fined by the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) for not disclosing himself as a major donor to County Supervisor Caren Ray’s campaign. The FPPC voted last week to fine Gary Grossman $400 for failing to properly disclose over $10,000 political contributions last year. Grossman was required by California law to report his ... Read More »

Shooting Early This Morning

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Santa Maria police are investigating a shooting that happened at 12:15 this morning. The shooting occurred at Donovan and East Avenue, where the victim, an unidentified man, was driving and was shot by someone in a vehicle that was next to his. The victim drove himself to the hospital, where it was determined that his injuries were not life threatening.  ... Read More »

Woman in Jail for Embezzling Money

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A Santa Barbara County woman is in jail for embezzling large sums of money from a local property management company. Santa Maria police arrested 43-year-old Melissa Reynosa, a former office manager who allegedly embezzled money during her employment at the company. Reynosa is facing charges of embezzlement, preparing false documents as evidence, and aggravated white collar crime enhancement.   Read More »

Chumash Pulls Sponsorship from Clippers

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The Chumash Casino Resort and Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians pulled its sponsorship from the Los Angeles Clippers after owner Donald Sterling allegedly made racist comments. Sterling is not denying he warned his then-girlfriend to stop posting photos of herself with African-Americans. Vincent Armenta, the Tribal Chairman of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, released an official statement ... Read More »

Marijuana Lab Causes Fire Sunday Afternoon

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An illegal marijuana lab caused a fire Sunday afternoon at 2:15 in San Luis Obispo. After San Luis Obispo police and fire personnel put out the fire on Stoneridge Drive, they found evidence suggesting an illegal drug lab in the house. Detectives obtained a search warrant and found “highly flammable” butane gas to convert low-concentrated marijuana into “honey oil,” also ... Read More »

Walnut Creek Couple Wins SLO Marathon

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A couple from Walnut Creek, California won the San Luis Obispo County Marathon yesterday. Twenty-five-year-old Ryan Neely and 24-year-old Kimberly O’Donnell were the overall male and female winners, respectively. Neely and O’Donnell broke course records with times of 2:34:46 and 3:04:33. Read More »

Holocaust Remembrance Day Memorial

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A Holocaust survivor and the grandchild of Holocaust survivors will headline the Holocaust Remembrance Day memorial program tonight at Congregation Beth David at 7:00. Today is Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, a day that commemorates the six million Jews and five million other people that died in the Holocaust. The program will feature Ruth Cairns Baker, who will tell ... Read More »

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