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Man injured in pedestrian versus vehicle crash on Highway 101 in Santa Maria

A car crashed into a pedestrian walking on Highway 101 in Santa Maria on Friday afternoon, causing major injuries. Shortly before 4 p.m., a caller reported a vehicle hit a man walking on northbound Highway 101, south of Santa Maria Way. Santa Maria Firefighters, a ground ambulance and an air support helicopter responded to the scene.
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Atascadero theatre planning a second act, reopening in early July

Atascadero’s only movie theatre complex temperately closed this week as it readies for a second act, which includes reopening in early July. During the pandemic, the owners of the Galaxy Theatre stopped paying their rent and the owner of the property began having trouble meeting loan payments. After failing to make an agreement with Jeff Nelson, the owner of Colony Square, Galaxy Theatre’s owners elected to leave on June 23, shortly before their lease expired.
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Murder, firearm charges upheld against Santa Maria man in May 2021 shooting

A Santa Barbara County Superior Court judge has upheld murder-related charges against a Santa Maria man stemming from a May 2021 shooting death near Preisker Lane and North Broadway. Erik Rocha Fernandez, 22, was arrested on May 29, 2021, and charged with eight felonies that include first-degree murder, attempted murder,...
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Standoff leads to capture of mentally ill man in crisis

San Luis Obispo police officers evacuated residents from apartments on Thursday while in a standoff with a reportedly mentally ill person. Officers responded to an apartment in the 1700 block of Bishop Street in response to a call regarding a person in crisis. Police evacuated adjacent apartments, though there were no threats to areas surrounding the complex, police said.
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SLO police searching for alleged credit card thieves

The San Luis Obispo Police Department is asking the public for help with identifying two individuals who allegedly used stolen credit cards at Target last week. Investigators are circulating surveillance images of the suspects walking into Target on June 18.The men then used the stolen cards to purchase items from the store.
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