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Due to COVID-19 the District Attorney’s Office lobby is closed until further notice.  However, staff is still working so you can call 805-781-5800 for assistance.  If you are experiencing an emergency call 9-1-1.  For public health information go to ReadySLO.org.

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District Attorney Press Release Click to view article, San Miguel CSD Employee Sentenced for Theft and Embezzlement of $38,000

San Miguel CSD Employee Sentenced for Theft and Embezzlement of $38,000

A judge sentenced Paso Robles resident, Kallie Johnson, for her embezzlement of $38,000 while working as a bookkeeper for the San Miguel Community Services District.

Fiscal Del Distrito Comunicado de Prensa Click to view article, Servicios están disponibles para miembros de la comunidad afectados por el incidente del tirador activo en Nipomo

Servicios están disponibles para miembros de la comunidad afectados por el incidente del tirador activo en Nipomo

Las personas afectadas por el incidente de tiroteo activo de agosto pueden acceder al soporte en persona.

District Attorney Press Release Click to view article, Services Available for Community Members Affected by Nipomo Active Shooter Incident

Services Available for Community Members Affected by Nipomo Active Shooter Incident

Individuals impacted by August’s active shooting incident can access in-person support.

Jess Drue Brasuell III (03/07/1961), Booking Photo, dated 11/09/2017. Click to view article, SLO Jury Convicts Jess Drue Brasuell III of Sex Crimes Against Multiple Child Victims

SLO Jury Convicts Jess Drue Brasuell III of Sex Crimes Against Multiple Child Victims

After a three and one-half week-long jury trial, a San Luis Obispo County jury found Jess Drue Brasuell III (59) guilty of 20 felony counts, including multiple sex crimes on four child victims, possession of child pornography, and providing narcotic drugs to minors.

County of San Luis Obispo District Attorney Press Release Click to view article, Services Available for Community Members Affected by Nipomo Active Shooter Incident

Services Available for Community Members Affected by Nipomo Active Shooter Incident

Individuals impacted by August’s active shooting incident can access in-person support on two separate dates.

Booking Photo Tianna Isis Aratawentworth (DOB 6-30-2000) and Elias Bautista (DOB 8-2-1997) Click to view article, District Attorney Files Criminal Complaints Against Tianna Isis Aratawentworth and Elias Bautista

District Attorney Files Criminal Complaints Against Tianna Isis Aratawentworth and Elias Bautista

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today that he has filed criminal charges against Tianna Isis Aratawentworth and Elias Bautista after reviewing investigative reports and evidence submitted by the San Luis Obispo Police Department concerning their conduct during protests in San Luis Obispo on July 21, 2020.

Message from the District Attorney Click to view article, Status Update Regarding Tianna Arata Case Review

Status Update Regarding Tianna Arata Case Review

District Attorney Dan Dow issued a statement today, in response to fast spreading misinformation, to provide a factual update on the status of the criminal case review pertaining to the arrest of Tianna Arata on July 21, 2020. The public is urged to be patient while the case review is conducted. Public pressure for a particular outcome will not...

Message from District Attorney Dan Dow Click to view article, District Attorney Dan Dow Answers Tribune Questions about Not Prosecuting Singing

District Attorney Dan Dow Answers Tribune Questions about Not Prosecuting Singing

​District Attorney Dan Dow responds to the San Luis Obispo Tribune newspaper after they questioned him about why he issued a declaration that he would not prosecute people for singing in houses of worship. The written questions and District Attorney Dow’s answers will be posted here as well.