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The lead police investigator in the September 2019 Lompoc shooting death of an active-duty Army soldier testified in court Friday, recalling an interview in which he said a suspect pointed to the co-defendant as the triggerman in the case.
Witnesses Tuesday in the preliminary hearing for the father and son charged in the death of Kristin Smart were asked to recall the 25-year-old details leading up to her disappearance just before Memorial Day 1996.
The case of an Orcutt wine bar owner charged with violating COVID-19 health orders was dismissed Tuesday by a Santa Barbara County judge.
Kurt Hixenbaugh, 49, who owns Vino et Amicis in Old Town Orcutt, was charged with two counts of violating the state's stay-at-home emergency health order and two counts of violating the county health officer's order on Dec. 11, 2020, and Jan. 21, 2021, according to the complaint filed March 26.
Wade Stever, Rancho Bowl's general manager, and Vietnam War veteran Richard Cunningham are organizing a rally Sept. 6 at 2 p.m. at the bowling alley located at 128 E. Donovan Road with the hope that officials will reopen bowling alleys despite threat of COVID-19.
A Lompoc man on Thursday pleaded not guilty to felony charges related to the gang-related shooting death of a U.S. Army soldier in September 2019, following at least two delayed appearances due to quarantine.
Santa Maria Police are searching for a man wanted in connection to the death of a Lompoc soldier in an operation underway at a residence on South Thornburg Street on Friday, according to a spokesman.
A man wanted in connection to the 2019 shooting death of a Lompoc U.S. Army soldier was spotted on Saturday following an alleged attempted murder incident in which he shot at an occupied vehicle on West Olive Street.