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Police investigating death in Livermore home as suspicious

Few details public; detectives still working case

Livermore police detectives are investigating the death of a resident inside a home on the west side of town Monday as suspicious.

Sgt. Steve Goard confirmed the incident but said few details could be made public because of the active nature of the investigation.

The situation unfolded after police received a call around 12:30 p.m. Monday about a person down inside of a residence on the 1200 block of Geneve Court, according to Goard. The neighborhood is near the Portola Avenue-Murrieta Boulevard intersection, not far from Al Caffodio Park.

Additional details including the identity of the victim, the cause of their death and the circumstances of the original call have not been revealed publicly yet.

"LPD detectives are actively investigating the case and following up on information learned so far," Goard told the Weekly on Tuesday. "Since this investigation is currently being investigated as a suspicious death and is active, we are not releasing any additional details."

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Police investigating death in Livermore home as suspicious

Few details public; detectives still working case

by / Pleasanton Weekly

Uploaded: Tue, Jan 5, 2021, 3:50 pm

Livermore police detectives are investigating the death of a resident inside a home on the west side of town Monday as suspicious.

Sgt. Steve Goard confirmed the incident but said few details could be made public because of the active nature of the investigation.

The situation unfolded after police received a call around 12:30 p.m. Monday about a person down inside of a residence on the 1200 block of Geneve Court, according to Goard. The neighborhood is near the Portola Avenue-Murrieta Boulevard intersection, not far from Al Caffodio Park.

Additional details including the identity of the victim, the cause of their death and the circumstances of the original call have not been revealed publicly yet.

"LPD detectives are actively investigating the case and following up on information learned so far," Goard told the Weekly on Tuesday. "Since this investigation is currently being investigated as a suspicious death and is active, we are not releasing any additional details."

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