Murder Victim Found in Trash Can Identified
In a press release sent out Wednesday, Pleasanton Police say the woman that was found in a Pleasanton trash can in May has been identified and a suspect has been arrested in connection to her death. The woman has been identified as Stockton police detectives arrested her boyfriend, Javier Prado Sandoval, 30, in connection to her death on Wednesday. Pleasanton police say the investigation is currently ongoing and will release further details at a later date.
Pleasanton police ask citizens who might have information regarding the incident to contact the Stockton Police Department Investigations Division at 209-937-8323 or police dispatch at 209-937-9377. Detective Betti is investigating this incident.
Did you miss our series of questions to the city council candidates? Candidates talk about the most challenging issue in Pleasanton, what sets them apart from the rest, the new ideas they bring to the table, the achievement that has best prepared them for the job and how they plan to retain quality law enforcement with the current budget.
An early morning power outage on Friday One reader reported customers being ushered out of the Tassajara Safeway after power went out there shortly after 6 a.m. and PG&E reported the power restored at about 9:30 a.m. The cause of the outage has not yet been determined, but PG&E spokeswoman Fiona Chan said it was so widespread because a high-voltage power line connecting substations went out.
On Saturday, a brush fire started just after noon, shutting down one lane of westbound I-580 in Dublin. The fire was quickly extinguished by Alameda County Fire crews and the lane was reopened.
A vegetation fire on Sunday threatened some duplex units located at 1026 Hometown Way in Pleasanton. Firefighters were able to contain it as a small vegetation fire.
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