SJ Alleged Vigilante Shooting Sparks Public Safety Debate
On the morning of New Year's Eve, 26-year-old Luis Hernandez was in the parking lot of the Sunny Breeze Apartments when he confronted a man who appeared to be breaking into parked cars. Len Ramirez reports on his first court appearance. <br />
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