October 14, 2020
From CCN staff
The body of a man in his late 30s was found on Wednesday afternoon in a vehicle parked on an alley in San Luis Obispo.
A resident of a home near Johnson Avenue went outside to check on a friend who had spent the night at the motor home parked in her driveway and found his body. There were drug paraphernalia scattered nearby, leading her to suspect a drug overdose.
SLO police and the deputy sheriff of SLO County are investigating the death. CalCoastNews did not disclose the man̵
This is the fourth body found in SLO County in seven days.
Shortly before noon on October 8, police found a 60-year-old homeless man dead in a tent at a homeless camp on Bob Jones Trail between Prado Road and Los Ossos Valley Road in San Luis Obispo.
The man appears to have been dead for several weeks, police said.
On the morning of October 9, a body was found in a vehicle at a Chevron gas station near Cal Poly. The man is thought to have died of an overdose.
On October 10, the body of 26-year-old Daniel Romo was found in a riverbed near the JCPenney store in Paso Robles.