Wanted San Luis Obispo Parolee Arrested
Update by San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office
On 9-21-18, the Sheriff's Office received a report that wanted parolee at large Larry Harvey was spotted outside a residence in the 100 block of South 7th Street in Shandon. Harvey was wanted in connection with a series of vehicle thefts and a burglary in the Shandon area over the past two days. Harvey had been considered armed and dangerous and residents were advised to lock their doors, secure their vehicles, and to not leave keys inside their vehicles. When Deputies arrived on scene, Harvey ran away. He led Deputies on a foot chase through the nearby riverbed, into backyards, and through a home before being caught near the intersection of Calle Carmelita and E. Centre Street in Shandon. Harvey was arrested without incident. A booking photo is not available at this time, since Harvey is still in the process of being booked into County Jail.
Source: San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office
On 9-21-18 at approximately 8:04 AM Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to a disturbance in the north end of Shandon. While responding it was determined suspect Larry Harvey, believed to be the suspect at large from yesterday's report of stolen vehicles and burglary, was involved and is believed to have stolen an additional vehicle today. CHP attempted to contact Harvey, however, he fled. A perimeter was set up and a search began, however, he was not located. Harvey was last seen in the area of Camatti and 4th Streets at that time.
Harvey, a wanted parolee, is believed to be armed and dangerous. The Sheriff's Office is urging the public to call immediately if they see him, and do not attempt to make contact. Harvey is heavily tattooed and was last seen wearing a grey sweatshirt and blue jeans. Shandon Elementary and Shandon High School are both at this time sheltering in place. A reverse 911 has been issued to residents in the area where Harvey was last seen. Residents are strongly encouraged to lock their doors, secure their vehicles, and to not leave keys inside their vehicles.
If anyone has any information on Larry Harvey's location they are encouraged to call Sheriff's Office at (805)781-4550. Information can also be reported anonymously to Crime Stoppers by calling (805)549-STOP (7867) or through their website: www.slotips.org.