Police released home security video footage today that shows suspects driving up to Khan Lieu's home on Misty Glen Court at 1:23pm. on June 21, 2018 and getting out of a black Lexus ES350 sedan to approach the home before forcing their way inside.
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A man stabbed in East San Jose early today later died of his injuries, the city's 21st homicide victim of 2021. The victim was not identified, and no arrest was reported as of 10pm.
Police have not identified any suspects in the killing and the motive is under investigation.
The deaths marked San Jose’s 27th and 28th homicides of 2020.
Police urge anyone with information to contact the San Jose Police Department’s Homicide Unit at 408.277.5283.
There are no suspects identified yet in either shooting, police said, asking anyone with information to contact the Homicide Unit.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact the San Jose Police Department’s Homicide unit at 408.277.5283.
A man with at least one gunshot wound was declared dead at the scene early Sunday, according to the San Jose Police Department.
SJPD urges anyone with information about the killing to contact detectives Sgt. Lewis or Officer Meeker at 408.277.5283.
San Jose police say the attack happened just minutes after 5am at Sixth and Santa Clara streets by Vintage Towers and City Hall.
County officials are poised to roll back a landmark local policy amid public outcry over the murder of Bambi Larson.
New data show that California saw a 10 percent jump in homicides from 2014 to 2015, but a 25 percent drop in the past decade.
San Jose police shot and killed a man who allegedly reached for a handgun Sunday, marking the third officer-involved shooting in eight days.
Police and prosecutors have teamed up to offer cash rewards for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in either of two separate homicide cases.
A video campaign launched by the San Jose Police Department and the Office of the Independent Police Auditor aims to solicit tips from the public to solve homicide cases that have gone cold. “Make the Call, San Jose” airs on CreaTV and is funded by the SJPD.
Who should hold sway over these city streets? It’s a debate that is taking place behind closed doors and in front of the media now that San Jose is on pace to break the annual record for homicides going back 15 years. On Tuesday, State Assemblymember Nora Campos (D-San Jose) sent an “open letter” to Moore, encouraging him to ask the California Highway Patrol for assistance in combatting crime and patrolling city streets.