The investigation linked Matthew Freudenblum, 24, of Sunnyvale to two different storage facilities as likely warehousing locations for stolen goods.
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The Sacramento mass shooting is sure to intensify questions about what elected officials can do to curb rising gun violence and crime before concerned Californians vote in the June 7 primary.
A new poll finds that crime and homelessness are key issues for California voters and that Gov. Newsom’s approval rating has dropped.
The suspects have been charged for more than 70 cases that occurred between October 2020 and this September, and hate crime enhancements have been added because the men allegedly frequently targeted Asian females who ended up injured in robberies
Two men have been charged with hate crimes in Santa Clara County for separate assaults against an Asian American woman walking her dog in Los Gatos and a 93-year-old Persian American in San Jose. According to a press release today by the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office, Richard Hanford, 62, of Los Gatos, told an Asian American woman: “This is America, (expletive deleted)” before striking her on a sidewalk in Los Gatos. David Greenburg, 56, of Redwood City, spit at an elderly San Jose Persian American man and told him: “Go back to your (expletive deleted) country.”
Both are charged with misdemeanor hate crime charges.
Japantown residents have stepped up to protect seniors and businesses from violence and petty crimes that locals say are on the rise.
As anti-Asian hate crimes spread through Silicon Valley, one Los Gatos resident has a plan to fight them that starts in the classroom.
Prosecutors say Alena Jenkins physically attacked two fast-food employees while calling them “stupid” and “f*cking Mexicans.”
Johan Strydom’s arraignment is set for 1:30pm today in Department 24 of the Santa Clara County Hall of Justice.
Authorities say Edwina Bogan and Shawnece Ford stole information from more than 100 people.
Anyone with additional information is asked to contact the Palo Alto Police Department at 650.329.2413 or [email protected]
Police might change their behavior in the line of duty fs they see that they will not be handled by prosecutors with kid gloves.
Law enforcement officials are sounding the alarm as people of Asian descent report being discriminated against because of the outbreak.
The City Council meets at 1:30pm Tuesday inside the council chambers at City Hall, 200 E. Santa Clara St.
A recent spate of ideologically motivated massacres have prompted local lawmakers to think of ways to keep hate crimes in check.
California may have the strictest gun laws in the nation, but the number of gun sales and gun-related crimes are on the rise.