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A Lompoc man on Friday pleaded guilty to a federal manslaughter charge in connection to a June 2020 fatal head-on vehicle collision on Vandenberg Space Force Base.
Attorneys for Paul and Ruben Flores on Thursday continued their cross-examinations of a crime scene technician and her process of excavating several locations at an Arroyo Grande residence, where investigators believe the remains of 19-year-old Cal Poly student Kristin Smart were buried.
A former Cal Poly Police officer and a forensic serologist testified in court Wednesday during the preliminary hearing for Paul and Ruben Flores, who are charged in the disappearance of former student Kristin Smart in 1996.
An archeologist Tuesday testified about her findings at two excavated sites, including one which contained an “odd stain,” during searches for Kristin Smart's remains at the Arroyo Grande home of Ruben Flores in March and April.
Santa Barbara County Coroner’s Office detectives are investigating the death of a man whose body was recovered Sunday from a pond at Waller Pa…
The trial for five men charged in an MS-13 gang murder case has been reassigned to a Santa Barbara court earlier this month after a judge in December 2019 split the original defendant group in two.
A Lompoc woman on Tuesday was sentenced 15 years to life in state prison after pleading guilty in June to the second-degree murder of her neighbor in 2019.
A Lompoc man was arrested on suspicion of gun and drug charges Tuesday after a replica handgun was displayed at a Buellton McDonald’s, according to a Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman.
A forensic specialist and two K-9 handlers testified in court Thursday on details of their searches that occurred earlier this year under the deck of an Arroyo Grande home, where San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office investigators dug for evidence of missing 19-year-old Cal Poly student Kristin Smart.
A 2020 search of a trailer seized as part of the Kristin Smart investigation revealed a stain “similar” to a human body after the inside was sprayed with a chemical used to detect bodily fluids, according to testimony Wednesday from the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s detective who is leading the case.