SAN JOSE - On May 1, 2015, California Alcoholic Beverage Control agents put a stop to business at the Bboss Restaurant and Bar on North Capitol Avenue in San Jose by placing an indefinite Notice of Suspension on the door.
"ABC agents conducted an undercover investigation late last year and found alcoholic beverage control laws being broken," said California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) President Alan Barcelona. "When ABC laws are broken, it puts people at risk and can lead to criminal activity."
During the course of the undercover investigation, ABC found that some of the Bboss employees were engaged in lewd conduct and illegal sexually-oriented entertainment on the premises. The business was also selling alcohol during restricted hours and allowing noise to emanate beyond the area under its control, disturbing the surrounding community. The business’s ABC license was suspended for 30 days in early 2014 for similar violations.
Effective immediately, the sale or service of alcohol is prohibited at the business during the indefinite license suspension. The owner of the license agreed to the penalty and has one year to transfer the license to another person and location in Santa Clara County acceptable to ABC.