What an epic birthday! Thank you, everyone who wished me well. @ais.moyer and I spent the day cruising around the #centralcoast in @gidgetthebus from wine country 🍷 to the beach 🏖 we saw tons of wild turkeys 🦃 and a few deer 🦌. It was a great birthday! 🎂 #71 #vw #bus #slo #slovibes #slolife
My backyard faces the cuesta grade. We could clearly see rising smoke from the Santa Margarita Fire. Hopping this gets put out fast.
It was the first hot weekend of the summer season, temps reaching high 80’s to low 90″. Relatively warm but not breaking any records. Still when it gets hot people get weird, and when people get weird so do the news stories here on the. central coast of California. This story i found by far kinda takes the cake at the moment. Also this happened really close to where i live. I saw a new van at the trail head but figured they where doing a story on the heat and how people on the trail need to remember water. Same stories you hear at the beginning of every summer. But nope, it was a bit more strange.. As you can see there seems to be some weird things that happen on the central coast.
Here is the KEYT report:
San Luis Obispo woman accused of slashing boyfriend’s throat
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – A San Luis Obispo woman was arrested Saturday evening after authorities say she cut her boyfriends throat and fled the area on foot.
The incident happened at around 6:45 p.m. at Bishop Peak near San Luis Obispo. San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the trailhead at Bishop Peak for a report of a man bleeding from the neck. Deputies responded and found a 55-year-old man with a large laceration across his neck. The man told witnesses at the scene that his girlfriend had cut his throat. An EMT was on their way to work when they stopped and rendered aid to the man.
The man was transported to a local hospital where he was treated for his injuries and then later released. Deputies searched the area for the man’s girlfriend in the area of Cerro Romaldo Avenue after receiving multiple reports of a suspicious female in the area. San Luis Obispo police officers located the woman hiding in some bushes. She was arrested and booked into the San Luis Obispo County Jail. She has been identified as Erika Christine Deherrera, 40, of San Luis Obispo. Deherrera could face charges for attempted murder.
I came across a tweet from SLO news about a tv showed from ID Discovery about a case that started as a Nipomo fire, once the fire was put out a gruesome discovery was found and a murder investigation started. With close ties in SLO itself, this murder investigation is a thriller for sure. If you like true crime this story is haunting…
The premiere of the second season of “Murder Among Friends”, which aired this week, showcases the Dystiny Myers murder, albeit with a slightly altered storyline.
Set in “Nipomo County,” the episode consists of characters playing Myers, Rhonda Whisto, Ty Hill, Frank York and Cody Miller. Interspersed is actual footage from the Myers murder case, as well as interviews with past and present Tribune reporters who discuss the murder in present tense.
“When firefighters extinguish a California brush fire, they unexpectedly ignite a twisted murder mystery – rife with forced prostitution, burning jealousy, and an almost unthinkable mastermind,” a preview of the episode states.
Murder Among Friends is aired on the Investigation Discovery channel, and the episode “Date With Dystiny” can be viewed on the channel’s website. Also, at least for now, the episode is on YouTube.