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North County’s Most Wanted: Have you seen this man, Derek David White?

Derek David White, 27, is wanted for violating his probation for driving a car without consent. He is white, 6’ 05” tall, 190 pounds, and his last known address is in Cambria. If you have information on his whereabouts please contact the Sheriff’s Office at 781-4550. Anonymous tips can be provided by calling CrimeStoppers at 805-549-STOP.

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Sheriffs seek San Miguel burglary suspect

SAN MIGUEL — On Feb. 12 at about 1:58 p.m., San Luis Obispo Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a residential burglary report on the 1300 block of L Street in San Miguel. While conducting a follow-up investigation to the burglary, deputies attempted to contact Kevin Duckworth. Duckworth fled on foot from deputies. Deputies attempted to pursue Duckworth, however, Duckworth was able to evade deputies efforts.

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Fire damages Angus Street home

PASO ROBLES — Paso Robles Department responded to a residence at approximately 7:48 p.m., on Angus Street for a reported trash can fire that had been extinguished by the resident. The initial crew reported heavy smoke coming from attic vents above the garage area and a structure fire response was initiated. Firefighters were able to contain the fire to one garage wall and the attic space above the garage, limiting the heat and smoke damage throughout the residence. The residence was occupied at the time of the fire. No firefighters or community members were injured.

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Man stabbed during altercation on Spring Street in Paso Robles

PASO ROBLES — On Sunday, Feb. 11, at approximately 1:40 p.m., the Paso Robles Police Department received a report of a two males involved in a physical fight on the 3100 block of Spring St. Upon arrival, officers located one male adult victim with an apparent stab wound to his lower left back. The adult male suspect left in a vehicle prior to officers’ arrival.

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Cal Fire provides funds to increase pace of dead tree removal projects

SACRAMENTO — Six million dollars have been awarded in a one-time grant to aid high-priority counties impacted by California’s historic tree mortality. CAL FIRE’s Local Assistance for Tree Mortality (LATM) Grant Program will provide the matching funds for counties to be able to tap into the California Disaster Assistance Act (CDAA) administered by the California Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES). The CAL FIRE LATM Grant Program will work cooperatively with the Cal OES CDAA program to increase reimbursement to high-priority counties to remove or fell dead and dying trees threatening public infrastructures, such as roads and buildings.

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