Wednesday, September 17, 2014     Volume: 15, Issue: 27
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How should the county treat dogs it has charged with being dangerous?

It depends on what the dogs are charged with doing.
They should be put to sleep, no matter what they did.
The county should have a no kill policy.
It's the owners fault if a dog does something the county deems as dangerous. The owner should be punished.

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Girlfriend of murder trial suspect arrested for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into the county jail

Sun Staff
On Dec. 17, Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department detectives arrested the girlfriend of one of the suspects in the Anthony Ibarra murder trial for allegedly attempting to smuggle drugs into the jail in Goleta, as well as child endangerment. Detectives served a search warrant around 9 a.m. at the home of Banesa Gutierrez, 25, in Santa Maria. According to department officials, they found drugs in Gutierrez's bedroom, which she shares with her two young children. Officials also said deputies in the jail intercepted a meth-laced postcard Gutierrez reportedly sent to her boyfriend, Anthony Solis, earlier this month. Gutierrez's arrest comes after a month-long investigation into the source of the postcard.