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High Surf Advisory issued January 31 at 1:55PM PST until February 3 at 5:00PM PST by NWS Los Angeles/Oxnard CA

* WHAT…Large breaking waves with dangerous rip currents. Surf
will be 7 to 10 feet through Wednesday, 14 to 18 feet on
Thursday and Friday, 8 to 12 feet on Saturday. Moderate
coastal flooding Thursday morning.

* WHERE…San Luis Obispo County Beaches and Santa Barbara
County Central Coast Beaches.

* WHEN…Until 5 PM PST Saturday.

* IMPACTS…There is an increased risk for ocean drowning. Rip
currents can pull swimmers and surfers out to sea. Large
breaking waves can cause injury, wash people off beaches and
rocks, and capsize small boats near shore. Extensive flooding
of sandy beach areas is possible Thursday morning, including
Oceano Dunes and Pismo Beach.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…There is a 30 percent chance of surf
reaching 20 feet or more Thursday afternoon and evening. Waves
of this size can cause pier damage.

Officers release videos, details of fatal shooting in Lompoc

By KAREN VELIE Officers released additional details and multiple videos of the robbery and fatal shooting involving a Lompoc police officer at Circle K convenience store on Dec. 28. A Lompoc police officer shot and killed an armed 20-year-old man who attempted two robberies and a carjacking at the Circle K on Ocean Avenue on […]

Arroyo Grande resident suing California alleging sexual assault in prison

By KAREN VELIE The Central California Women’s Facility located in Chowchilla was in lockdown when she was taken from her cell by a correctional officer she though was her friend. An Arroyo Grande High School graduate in her early 20s, she believed the officer had her back during a terrifying time in her life. However, […]

Cole Corrigan sentenced to 364 days for illegally recording patrons in his gym’s bathroom

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY, Calif. – San Luis Obispo County District Attorney Dan Dow announced on Thursday that Cole Charles Corrigan has been sentenced to 364 days in jail after his conviction for illegally filming patrons in the restroom of his gym.

Corrigan pled guilty to two counts of illegally recording patrons at his now-closed CCC Fitness in November of last year state San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office.

Police recommended additional charges after serving a warrant at his residence in Morro Bay and processing ‘electronic recording devices’ found there relayed San Luis Obispo Police Department.

According to the San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office, during his guilty plea to illegally possessing a handgun as a felon, Corrigan admitted to a 2007 felony conviction for possessing narcotics for sale.

Corrigan is also subject to two years of formal probation which includes the condition that he subject himself to searches of his person, property, and electronic devices explain San Luis Obispo county District Attorney’s Office.

Additionally, Corrigan is required to undergo sex offender counseling and is subject to periodic drug and polygraph testing detail San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office.

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High Surf Advisory issued January 31 at 1:20AM PST until February 3 at 5:00PM PST by NWS Los Angeles/Oxnard CA

* WHAT…Large breaking waves with dangerous rip currents. Surf
will be 7 to 10 feet through Wednesday, 14 to 18 feet on
Thursday and Friday, 8 to 12 feet on Saturday. Moderate
coastal flooding Thursday morning.

* WHERE…San Luis Obispo County Beaches and Santa Barbara
County Central Coast Beaches.

* WHEN…Until 5 PM PST Saturday.

* IMPACTS…There is an increased risk for ocean drowning. Rip
currents can pull swimmers and surfers out to sea. Large
breaking waves can cause injury, wash people off beaches and
rocks, and capsize small boats near shore. Extensive flooding
of sandy beach areas is possible Thursday morning, including
Oceano Dunes and Pismo Beach.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…There is a 30 percent chance of surf
reaching 20 feet or more Thursday afternoon and evening. Waves
of this size can cause pier damage.