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San Jose police are investigating Saturday’s triple shooting that produced the city's 16th homicide of 2021.
Anyone who provides information that assists in the arrest and conviction of the assailant may be eligible for a cash reward.
The suspect was taken to a hospital for the non-life-threatening injury and then arrested, according to police.
After months of intense discussions over police reforms and policies in the aftermath of the George Floyd killing, San Jose has begun a national search for its new police chief. No matter who is selected to replace current Police Chief Eddie Garcia—who in August announced he would be stepping down after 28 years on the post—it’s safe to say the city has made it a point to involve the community and make sure the public has some say in the process. “We’ve probably had well over a dozen community meetings on Zoom so far,” Lee Wilcox, chief of staff to the city manager, said in an interview with San Jose Inside.
The collision, reported at 4:26pm Monday along Brokaw Road, marks 11 fatal traffic collisions in San Jose this year.
The crash was reported at about 11:35pm at the intersection of Curtner Avenue and Monterey Road in the city’s South Side.
Their goal of the lawsuit: financial compensation and “reforms of the way that San Jose police are trained and directed to police protests.”
All but one of the finalists angling to become SJPD’s next chief constable have some sort of tie to the department.
Authorities say Edwina Bogan and Shawnece Ford stole information from more than 100 people.
Police urge anyone with information about the shootings to call the Homicide Unit at 408.947.5283.
Viktor Holguin and Akiah January were last seen heading toward the Stevens Creek Trail around 6:30pm Sunday, police said.
SJPD officers issued more than 40 citations related to sideshow activities over the weekend for violations of a city spectator ordinance.
The city convened panels last week to interview the first round of seven candidates, but who voted and the tallies remain a mystery.
The San Jose Police Department this morning reported one adult male homicide victim with unknown suspects or motive.
Anyone with information about the vandalism reported at Congregation Emeth can call Morgan Hill police at 408.779.2101.