Raley's Supermarket on Sunol Boulevard and five other Pleasanton liquor outlets have been fined for selling alcohol to underage customers.
Pleasanton police officers conducted an underage decoy sting last Wednesday and fined the businesses suspected of supplying alcohol to a minor, police reported Saturday.
Two 18-year-old decoys from the Pleasanton Police Department's youth and community services unit entered 21 licensed businesses throughout the city Wednesday night, and with valid identification attempted to purchase alcohol, according to police.
The underage police volunteers succeeded the six businesses, and police observers fined the employees responsible. Sales clerks at the other 15 stores refused to sell alcoholic beverages to the decoys because their identifications showed that they were under 21.
The businesses that violated the drinking law in addition to Raley's were Express Liquors, Family Deli and Food, Food and Beverage, Vista Bottle Shop and Santa Rita Chevron.
The state department of Alcoholic Beverage Control will consider additional administrative action on the stores' liquor license.