The Pleasanton PD's tactical team assisted Belmont PD in serving a search warrant around 4 p.m. at a house on Blossom Court, an affluent neighborhood off Sunol Boulevard. Three people were detained, but no arrests were made, according to Belmont PD Capt. Patrick Halleran.
Halleran said the warrant service was part of the department's ongoing investigation as they are pursuing multiple leads, adding that specific details won't be released because it's an active investigation.
The victim in the case was identified as Redwood City resident Mohammad Othman, a 17-year-old student at Carlmont High School. Othman died of a bullet wound after being found shot at Central Elementary School in Belmont late Monday night.
Women's rights advocates are set to participate in a Women's March in Pleasanton next weekend, joining hundreds of other similar events across the nation.
The march Jan. 19 will begin and end at the Amador Valley High School football field, starting with a rally at 1 p.m. with new Assemblywoman Rebecca Bauer-Kahan and other speakers, followed by the march through downtown at 2 p.m. and a women's expo afterward until 4 p.m.
The event is being organized by the Tri-Valley Women's March Action Group, a group of civic-minded local women, in collaboration with Livermore Indivisible, Students for Social Change and OFA East Bay Central. To learn more, visit https://tv-wm-ag.org.
The Pleasanton Public Library is holding its third annual New Year Celebration with Traditions of Many Cultures this Sunday from 2-3 p.m. at the Amador Theater.
Offered with free admission, the event aims to celebrate Pleasanton's vibrant and growing diversity and highlight the library's commitment to offering books and materials in multiple languages, at a family-friendly event with cultural songs and dances performed along with library displays and activities, according to organizers.
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