SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — One of San Jose’s three unrelated shootings Saturday morning is now a homicide investigation, according to police late Saturday afternoon.

On its Twitter page, police said the shooting, in the 100 block of Jackson Street in San Jose’s Japantown neighborhood, is now a homicide investigation. It is the city’s fifth homicide of 2021.

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There are no further details from investigators at this time about this incident other than to say that the victim was an adult.

Meanwhile, the condition of a shooting victim whose injuries were listed as life-threatening early Saturday has improved. The adult victim, whose wounds are now considered not life-threatening, was shot about 1:39 a.m. in the 1900 block of Poco Way, police said Saturday afternoon.

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The other early morning shooting occurred at 1:42 a.m. in the 500 block of West Alma Avenue, where two people had gunshot wounds that were not life-threatening.

Police haven not identified any suspects or made arrests in the shootings, and said the three incidents were not related.

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