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DUI Suspect In Court

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The Cayucos woman charged with two felony counts of vehicular manslaughter after having allegedly hitting two bicyclists killing one and injuring another is expected to be arraigned today in court. Twenty-nine year old Jessica Goddard is accused of running over 60-year-old Bradley Cummins of Los Osos, was riding on southbound Highway 1 with 65-year-old Alan Stephens, also of Los Osos, ... Read More »

Ghost Bike Used As Memorial

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At the crash site, a white-painted ghost bike, used as a memorial to remember a cyclist who has died from a traffic collision.   According to the website www.ghostbikes.org, the white bikes were first used as memorials in 2003 in St. Louis, Missouri. Since then, they've been used as a symbol across the world. A San Luis Obispo County official ... Read More »

Fire Breaks Out In Commercial Structure Last Night

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On Wednesday, September 4, at 9:00 p.m., two companies of Paso Robles Firefighters responded to a commercial structure fire at 1603 Commerce Way in Paso Robles.   Firefighters arriving at scene of the large plastics manufacturing firm found a small fire inside an employee break room. The fire was being held in check by the fire sprinkler system and was ... Read More »

Police Find Evidence That Links Cristina Padilla To West Coast Bandit

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Evidence found after police searched the alleged Central Coast Bandit’s Watsonville home links her to several more robberies. Cristina Padilla was arrested nearly two weeks ago on suspicion of robbing six banks throughout Central California. A search warrant issued for Padilla’s house, as well as two vehicles, uncovered clothing she wore during the robberies and demand notes.  She pleaded not ... Read More »

Robbery At Shell Gas Station

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On Monday, at approximately 4:30pm, the Paso Robles Police Department received a 911 telephone call reporting a robbery that just occurred at the Shell gas station, 1244 24th Street. The store clerk told officers that a black male adult, 6’00” tall, in his mid-30’s entered the store and demanded money, telling the clerk he had a gun.   The clerk ... Read More »

Bicyclists From Deadly Crash Identified

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Officials have identified both of the bicyclists involved in a deadly crash in Morro Bay Monday around 11:30 in the morning.   The CHP says 60 year old Bradley Cummins was riding on southbound Highway 1 with 65 year old Alan Stephens, both of Los Osos.   Officers say 29 year old Jessica Goddard, of Cayucos, hit the two cyclists ... Read More »

DUI Stats For Summer

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The 2013 Summer/Labor Day Holiday DUI Mobilization crackdown on drinking drivers has ended and resulted in a significant number of DUI arrests from the Sobriety Checkpoints, Special Saturation Patrols and routine patrol in the San Luis Obispo County “AVOID” DUI Campaign for the past 18 days.   From 12:01 AM Friday August 16th, through Midnight Monday September 2, 2013 officers ... Read More »

One Cyclist Dead After Being Hit By Drunk Driver

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One cyclist is dead and another seriously injured after being hit by a car southbound on Highway One just sought of the Main Street overpass in Morro Bay Monday morning. When police arrived about 11:30, they found the cyclist on the right hand shoulder, and the other over the guard rail. One of the cyclists was pronounced dead at the ... Read More »

New SLO Fire Chief Named

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SLO City Manager Katie Lichtig is pleased to announce the appointment of Garret Olson as the Fire Chief following Chief Hines’ retirement on September 10, 2013. Olson has been the Deputy Fire Chief since August 2012 and comes to the City with 23 years of experience in the Fire service. Before coming to the City of San Luis Obispo, Olson ... Read More »

Community Volunteer Patrol Program Providing Orientation Program Tonight

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The Paso Robles Police Department Community Volunteer Patrol Program (CVPP) is offering an opportunity for the public to learn more about the program and what these volunteers do to assist the Police Department.   Today the CVPP will host an orientation program beginning at 6:00 tonight in the Emergency Operations Center at the Public Safety Center at 900 Park Street. ... Read More »

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