The San Jose Police Officers Association, with help from the Victim Assistance Fund, started a foundation this week to help support three children who witnessed the double homicide of their parents. Marybel Jimenez, 27, and Pedro Jimenez, 28, were killed earlier this week at their North Seventh Street home. Neighbors heard the shots and came running to find the three children, ages 8, 7 and 4. Members of the public wishing to make a donation may do so online at the POA’s website.
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A 51-year-old San Jose man died from his stab wound injuries late Thursday night, bringing the total of homicide victims in San Jose this year to 21. That total is one more homicide than San Jose had in all of 2010.
San Jose police said a blue Ford Explorer from around the 2002-2005 model year was seen leaving the scene of the March 7 shooting
San Jose police have not yet identified the homicide victim, and did not identify Ishihara until today’s announcement on Twitter. The press release gave no further details about the incident, the victim or the alleged assailant.
Authorities expect Samantha Moreno Rodriguez of San Jose to be extradited from Colorado to Nevada to face charges that she killed her 7-year-old Liam Husted, also of San Jose, whose body was found near a highway outside the city 10 days ago. Rodriguez was being held in a Denver jail on suspicion of murder.
The motive for the fatal shooting at 1:50pm Thursday morning, the 18th homicide in San Jose in 2021, is under investigation, police said.
Also on Memorial Day, San Jose recorded its 17th homicide of the year. No suspect has been identified or apprehended.
San Jose police are investigating Saturday’s triple shooting that produced the city's 16th homicide of 2021.
Japantown residents have stepped up to protect seniors and businesses from violence and petty crimes that locals say are on the rise.
The native San Jose transgender woman’s murder has devastated, but not shocked, friends, family and the South Bay drag scene.
The collision was reported about 5pm on April 8 in the 1100 block of South First Street in San Jose.
This marks the city's 14th homicide of the year.
People with information about the shooting are encouraged to contact SJPD’s Homicide Unit.
Police marked the Wednesday night shooting victim's death as the 12th homicide of the year in San Jose.
The plaintiffs say police violated due-process and the Fourth Amendment that protects citizens from excessive use of force.
The Board of Supervisors voted to expand a pilot program that provides victims with free forensic exams, follow-up care and advocacy.