A man and a juvenile accused of a string of robberies, killing a man during a failed carjacking and shooting at police officers are set to enter pleas in Santa Clara County Superior Court on Jan. 16.
A San Jose teen charged as an adult for his alleged role in a crime spree that included the killing of one man and the wounding of a police officer was arraigned Wednesday.
Adonis Muldrow, a San Jose teen, was arraigned by the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office Tuesday and charged as an adult, police said.
A teenager arrested last Friday in the East Bay could very well be charged as an adult in connection with a deadly San Jose crime spree that left one young man dead and a San Jose police officer wounded.
A 26-year-old San Jose man charged in connection with a series of violent crimes last weekend, including opening fire on a police officer, remains in custody after making his first court appearance.
San Jose police released a sketch of the second suspect in a Friday crime spree that resulted in the murder of a San Jose man and the shooting of a police officer. Meanwhile, the reward in the case has been increased to $20,000.