Police say it was a random, brazen home invasion that played out in broad daylight right in front of a neighbor across the street.
One person was killed and one critically injured in an attack in a Hercules home Wednesday afternoon in the city’s first slaying in two years.
A Bay Area woman recorded on surveillance video allegedly using a dead man’s credit cards at a convenience store has been arrested on suspicion of his homicide.
With the city’s homicide count climbing to 11 in the new year, San Francisco mayor Ed Lee called this a “shocking start” to 2015.
San Jose police identified two suspects arrested Wednesday on suspicion of fatally shooting a 34-year-old security guard last weekend.
Two suspects have been arrested in the fatal shooting of a security guard in San Jose Saturday, according to police.
The suspicious death of a man in Gilroy on Monday has now been ruled a homicide and police said two women, caught on a convenience store surveillance video using the victim’s credit cards, are considered “persons on interest” wanted for questioning.
San Jose police are investigating the city’s third homicide this year.
Police are investigating a dead body found near a U-Haul truck backed into a Hayward building.
The dismembered body found in a suitcase in San Francisco has been identified as Omar Shahwan of Vallejo, friend and roommate of the lead suspect who was found dead last weekend.