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Community Pulse - July 8, 2011

Police Bulletin

Makeshift bomb found on First Street

A Molotov cocktail was discovered near the Pleasanton Farmers Market on July 2, a police report said.

The makeshift bomb was found behind a vehicle at about 10:49 a.m. in the 4700 block of First Street, according to the report, which described the device as a 2-liter plastic bottle apparently filled with gasoline and with a gasoline-soaked rag partway inside. The Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department responded and the bottle is being shipped to a laboratory for fingerprinting. There are no suspects, the report said.

In other police reports:

A person doing massage at an establishment in the 4400 block of Black Avenue has been cited for inappropriate conduct.

Pleasanton police officers, following up on prior violations, sent an undercover officer into Asian Massage Therapy for a compliance check. About 45 minutes into the session, the woman performing the massage touched the officer improperly. The woman was cited for prohibited conduct, and the establishment was cited with failing to meet its operating responsibilities.


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