In San Jose 2 killed, 4 wounded in shooting near SJSU:
According to police in SAN JOSE, a late Tuesday night shooting killed 2 people and injured 4 others a couple of blocks south of San Jose State University.
No, any suspects have been recognized and a precise motive has not been gritty by San Jose police, who were examining the crime scene well into Wednesday morning. At least one witness described a car speeding off after the gunfire.
The Sgt. Christian Camarillo said at a news conference Wednesday, We are still interviewing witnesses, we are still concerning the dots,
Camarillo said the shooting had no connection with SJSU other than being nearby, and that there was no ongoing public danger posed by the attack.
As we know, it has no connection to the university or the campus,” he said. The only thing involved with San Jose State is the proximity to where this event happened.
The police said, shooting was reported about 10 p.m. in the 600 block of South Eighth Street near East Reed Street, and the responding officer found two men gravely injured who were soon marked dead at the scene. 3 other victims, two men and a woman were taken to the hospital from the shooting site and are expected to endure.