On December 8, 2014, California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Agents posted a 20-day Notice of Suspension at Davina's Cabo Grill and Cantina in Oceanside. The suspension is the result of an investigation in which, according to ABC, an employee sold methamphetamine and bath salts to an undercover agent.
"ABC agents routinely go into establishments that sell alcohol and conduct undercover investigations to determine if businesses and their employees are adhering to alcoholic beverage control laws, " said Alan Barcelona, president of the California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) which represents ABC agents. "In addition, ABC agents routinely work with local law enforcement departments enforcing drug, alcohol and gambling laws. They are a force in protecting us from harm and keeping our neighborhoods decent and safe."
Davina's Cabo Grill and Cantina is not allowed to sell alcoholic beverages for 20 days.
According to a broadcast news report (CBS8) the restaurant fired the offending employee and the manager states no other employees were involved in the illegal activity.