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Booking Photo: 10/27/21 Lario Garcia Tugas (DOB 05/31/1979) Click to view article, Jury convicts Lario Garcia Tugas of evading a peace officer and other related offenses

Jury convicts Lario Garcia Tugas of evading a peace officer and other related offenses

A San Luis Obispo County jury found Lario Garcia Tugas (DOB 05/31/1979) guilty of evading a peace officer with reckless disregard for the safety of others, driving a stolen motorcycle, and driving on a suspended license. The jury also found true that Tugas had been released from custody on bail when he drove the stolen motorcycle.

Nathaniel Alexander Jara (DOB 12/21/1997), Gabriel Luis Garay (DOB 07/04/1998), Robert Joseph Garay (DOB 07/20/1991) Click to view article, Three gang members sentenced to prison for 2019 shooting death of Daniel Fuentes

Three gang members sentenced to prison for 2019 shooting death of Daniel Fuentes

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today that Robert Joseph Garay (DOB 07/20/1991), Gabriel Luis Garay (DOB 07/04/1998), and Nathaniel Alexander Jara (DOB 12/21/1997) have been sentenced to state prison for the April 2, 2019, shooting death of Daniel Fuentes (41) of Arroyo Grande.

Your chance to be heard ends April 13 on CDCR’s attempt at permanent early prison release regulations for violent offenders.  Click to view article, Public Comment Period ends April 13 on CDCR’s Attempt at Permanent Early Prison Release Regulations for Violent Offenders. Let your voice be heard today.

Public Comment Period ends April 13 on CDCR’s Attempt at Permanent Early Prison Release Regulations for Violent Offenders. Let your voice be heard today.

District Attorney Dan Dow informs the public of their right to be heard before the prison system (CDCR) makes “emergency” regulations permanent and allows release of thousands of violent inmates. Public comment period closes on Wednesday, April 13th. Hearing is Thursday, April 14th. Read article to learn how you can be heard today.

Governor Newsom Reverses Parole Board's Decision to Parole Convicted Murderer Jason Adam Greenwell Click to view article, Governor Newsom Reverses Parole Board's Decision to Parole Convicted Murderer Jason Adam Greenwell

Governor Newsom Reverses Parole Board's Decision to Parole Convicted Murderer Jason Adam Greenwell

After DA Dow urged in writing, Governor Newsom reversed the Board of Parole Hearings' earlier decision to release Jason Adam Greenwell who was convicted and sentenced to prison for the 2010 brutal murder of 15-year-old Dystiny Myers.

Michael Anthony Morgan Denied Parole for 10 Years Click to view article, Convicted Murderer Denied Parole for 10 Years

Convicted Murderer Denied Parole for 10 Years

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today that a panel of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Board of Parole Hearings denied parole to convicted murderer Michael Anthony Morgan (DOB 04-21-1960). Based on the Board’s denial, Morgan will not be eligible for a new parole hearing until Spring of 2032.

Booking Photo: 08/12/2020: Donald Keith Roberts (DOB 03/06/1979) Click to view article, Donald Keith Roberts sentenced to 16 years in state prison for two counts of child molest

Donald Keith Roberts sentenced to 16 years in state prison for two counts of child molest

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today that Donald Keith Roberts (43) has been sentenced to 16 years in state prison for two counts of molesting a child under the age of 14.

Kammeron Isaac Anderson (DOB 11/14/1995) Booking Photo (01/23/2021) Click to view article, Kammeron Isaac Anderson sentenced to 32 years to life in state prison for residential burglary, multiple sexual assault crimes and theft

Kammeron Isaac Anderson sentenced to 32 years to life in state prison for residential burglary, multiple sexual assault crimes and theft

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today that Kammeron Isaac Anderson (26) has been sentenced to 32 years to life in state prison for various sex crimes including residential burglary with the intent to commit rape and two counts of assault with the intent to commit rape. Anderson was also convicted of petty theft.

Booking Photo 12/17/2021: Kellen John Clarke (DOB 01/05/1963) Click to view article, Jury finds Kellen John Clarke of Atascadero guilty of making criminal threats against a bartender at Sweet Springs Saloon in Los Osos

Jury finds Kellen John Clarke of Atascadero guilty of making criminal threats against a bartender at Sweet Springs Saloon in Los Osos

After a week-long trial, a San Luis Obispo County jury convicted Kellen John Clarke (59) of verbally threatening to light on fire an employee of the Sweet Springs Saloon. This threat was made shortly after Clarke was expelled from the bar for insulting a female patron and while he was holding a gasoline can.