Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers is a cooperative effort between the police departments of Silicon Valley, local media, and a Board of Directors comprised of local citizens. Crime Stoppers operates a 24-hour telephone line, (408) 947-STOP (7867), for citizens to report crimes or criminal activity anonymously.
This program allows citizens with information about serious crime to report it without giving their name. Tips resulting in an arrest of suspects entitle the caller (identified by a code number given to them) to a cash reward. Citizens are urged to call (408) 947 – STOP if they have information on any other serious crime. Rewards up to $1,000 are offered for information leading to an arrest.
On 4/10/12, at approximately 10:29 a.m., San Jose police officers investigated a robbery at the Santa Clara County Federal Credit Union, located at 140 E. San Fernando Street, in San Jose. The suspect, identified as 44-year-old Alex Ryan Wells, presented a note and demanded money from the teller.
The suspect exited the credit union with an undisclosed → Read More
A sexual assault suspect is in custody, but another remains at large and San Jose police are asking for the public’s help in locating him
According to police, Samuel Martinez and his former wife Lisa Young are suspected of committing multiple counts of aggravated sexual assault on two minors between 2000 and 2006 when the minors were → Read More
The San Jose Police Department is currently investigating the city’s sixth homicide of 2012. On 3/8/2012, at approximately 7:05 P.M., the San Jose Police Department’s Communications Center received 9-1-1 calls stating that a male had been shot in the 5100 block of Monterey Road. Arriving officers located an adult male victim that had been shot → Read More