2 Arrested In Execution-Style Killing Outside San Jose McDonald’s

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – Two San Jose teenagers have been arrested in connection with a suspected gang murder outside a South Bay McDonalds.

On March 16th, Ruben Cortez was approached from behind and shot in the back of the head as he stood in the driveway of a McDonalds on South Bascom Ave. Cortez died four days later.

On Friday, San Jose police arrested 18-year-old suspects Raymundo Nava and Brandon Wantland in connection with the crime. Police said they found evidence at Nava’s home and on surveillance video from the area linking the men to the killing.

Anyone with information regarding this homicide is urged to contact Detectives John Barg or Brian Spears in the San Jose Police Department’s Homicide Unit at (408) 277-5283.

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  1. JoMama says:

    They were arrested on Friday, today is Monday. This isn’t news, it’s history.

  2. local opionions says:

    Another two losers…you gangs and anyone belonging in gangs are a bunch of losers……..you people in gangs should go out and find a job and work for a living…..instead of being losers….

  3. Snoop Dogg says:

    Murder is the case that they gave me!

  4. Frustrated says:

    Watch what you say! You don’t know the people or the situation. Not everyone is blessed to grow up in a supporting environment and this life is all they know. Instead of being ignorant and running your mouth try to understand they are BABIES that were lead in the wrong direction. Young minds are easily persuaded and maybe if more people understood that and tried to fix it instead of blabbing their unintelligent thoughts on the internet we might have less situations like this….

    1. Darnell says:

      @Frustrated: Give me a break! If anyone is blabbing unintelligent thoughts it’s you. I grew up in poverty and on the streets, but I still knew right from wrong and decided to make something of myself. I applied for student loans, went to college and I now have a great career and a wonderful family. Life is what you make it and if these morons choose to live the life of a thug then I have no sympathy for them.

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