Six Men Arrested in Connection to Gang-Motivated Assault in San Jose

Six men have been apprehended in connection to a gang-motivated assault that occurred in San Jose last October, as announced by the San Jose Police Department. The incident took place on October 18, when officers responded to a call reporting an assault with a deadly weapon at a business on the 2300 block of Senter Road around 11:09 p.m.

Upon arrival, law enforcement discovered an injured man who had been attacked by multiple suspects. Although the victim’s injuries were not life-threatening, the specific details of the assault, including the weapon used, were not disclosed by the police.

Following an investigation by the Gang Investigations Unit of the San Jose Police Department, six suspects were identified and warrants were obtained for their arrest. The suspects, ranging in age from 28 to 38, hail from various cities in California. Four of them reside in Garden Grove, Southern California, while one is from Westminster, and the remaining suspect lives in San Jose.

The four Garden Grove residents were booked at an Orange County jail, while the fifth suspect was taken into custody by Homeland Security in relation to a separate investigation. All six individuals have been charged with suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon.

During the execution of the search warrants and subsequent arrests, law enforcement discovered a cache of weapons and illicit items. The seized items include one assault rifle, 15 handguns, a 3D printer, firearm parts, ghost gun precursor parts, over $80,000 in cash, and several kilograms of various drugs.

The San Jose Police Department is urging anyone with information related to this case to come forward and contact Detective Balala or Officer Kim. Their contact information was not provided in the press release.

Author: CrimeDoor

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