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San Jose Police Investigates Assault of Two Victims resulting in Great Bodily Injury

Press Release

Pursuant to Cal Govt. Code Sect 6254(f)
San Jose Police Department
Press Information Office
201 W. Mission Street, San Jose, CA 95110
Ph (408) 277-5339 Fax (408) 286-0923
San Jose Police Investigates Assault of Two Victims resulting in Great Bodily Injury

Filed under Press Release, on 11/10/2010 11:30:00 AM by Author: Officer Jose Garcia #3532.

TYPE OF CRIME: Assault with Great Bodily Injury CASE NUMBER: 10-303-0173
LOCATION: S. First & Devine streets DATE: 10/30/10 TIME: 2:00 AM
VICTIM #1: Withheld AGE: 47 years (Male)
ADDRESS: San Jose Resident
VICTIM #2: Withheld AGE: 36 years (Male)
ADDRESS: San Jose Resident
VICTIM #3: Unknown AGE:┬áMid-20’s (Female), described as Asian American or Caucasian and Hispanic, medium height and build, wearing a dark suit and skirt or dark dress, and hair above the shoulders.
ADDRESS: Unknown
SUSPECT #1: Unknown AGE: Mid-20’s (Male); described as Caucasian; approximately 6’2″; lean build; with short, dark hair; clean shaven; wearing a maroon shirt and dark slacks.
ADDRESS: San Jose Resident

San Jose: On 10/30/10, approximately 2:00 a.m., the victims observed an unknown male adult beating and dragging a female adult on South First and Devine streets. The victims attempted to intervene and assist the woman, at which time the suspect turned and assaulted both victims.

Both victims sustained serious facial lacerations and head trauma and were knocked unconscious for approximately 15 minutes as a result of the assault. A passerby found both victims unconscious and notified the San Jose police; the suspect and woman were gone when the passerby came upon the scene. Both victims were taken to a local hospital, where they were admitted for their injuries.

The San Jose Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the male suspect and female adult. Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Detective Wellman of the San Jose Police Department’s assaults unit at (408) 277-4161. Persons wishing to remain anonymous may call the Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers at (408) 947-STOP (7867).