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News-Press reporter Bob Kuznia gets a scoop on the county Ag beat


Huge kudos to News-Press reporter Rob Kuznia, who covers the city education beat, for uncovering this gem:

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Lompoc: A 69-year old man who stripped naked, rolled around in the dirt within a sheep compound, and then covered himself in olive oil and oats so nearby horses would “lick him clean,” according to a police report, was arrested just after the witching hour early Wednesday morning by sheriff deputies in Lompoc. Huntington Beach resident Alfred Thomas Steven told the deputies who pulled up after seeing his parked car at the La Purisima Mission around 12:30 a.m. that the endeavor had always been a fantasy of his.

Thanks News-Press!

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