October 14, 2020
C.C.N. By staff
The body of a man in his late 30s was found Wednesday afternoon in a vehicle parked on the driveway in San Luis Obispo.
Residents of the Johnson Avenue home went out to check on a friend who had spent the night in a motor home parked in his driveway, and found his body. There was a drug paraphernalia spread nearby, which led her to suspect an overdose of the drug.
S.L.O. Police and S.L.O. County sheriff’s deputies are investigating the death. CalcoNews does not release the name of the person remaining for further notice to his relative.
This is the fourth corpse in SLO County in a seven-day period.
Just before noon on Oct. 1, authorities found a homeless man in his 60s, dead inside a tent at a homeless camp along the Bob Jones Trail between Prado Road and Los Osos Valley Road in San Luis Obispo.
It appeared the man had been dead for several weeks, police said.
A corpse was found in a vehicle at the Chevron gas station near Cal Polly on the morning of Oct 9. It is suspected that the man died of an overdose.
Oct. On the 10th, the body of 26-year-old Daniel Romo was found in a riverbed near Passo Robles’ JCPinny store.