Man who helped burn SLO High computer lab accused of serial shoplifting

One of the three men convicted of setting fire to the San Luis Obispo High computer lab in 2016 returned to court this week for a shoplifting case in which prosecutors allege he stole hundreds of dollars worth of products from a liquor store and a supermarket. Read More …

Attorney general reviewing Dow’s decision not to prosecute officer accused of rape

The California Attorney General’s Office is reviewing a decision by the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office to not charge a Paso Robles officer accused of sexual assault while on the job. Read More …

Atascadero massage parlors targeted in prostitution sting

Atascadero police, along with San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office investigators, served search warrants on Wednesday at three massage parlors in the North County city that are suspected of offering sex acts to customers and possibly being involved in human trafficking. Read More …

Grover Beach dog attack trial begins

The prosecution and defense delivered opening statements Tuesday in the manslaughter trial of a former Grover Beach police officer whose dogs, including a trained K-9, attacked and killed a man and seriously injured an elderly woman. While the defense is arguing the death was a tragic accident Read More …

Paso Robles man accused of murdering girlfriend and unborn baby could face death penalty

A Paso Robles man who is charged with two counts of murder after allegedly stabbing his girlfriend multiple times, killing her and their unborn child, could face life in prison without the possibility of parole or the death penalty, according to the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office. Read More …