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Santa Clara

Suspect wanted in domestic abuse case

Casey was arrested twice in three days at his apartment on Willow Street in San Jose SANTA CLARA COUNTY – 37-year-old Eddie Casey was arrested in February and released under

Santa Clara

San Jose home and vehicle burglars arrested, again

SAN JOSE – On Saturday, March 21, the San Jose Police responded to a possible burglary call to 1480 West San Carlos Street. However, upon arrival it was soon discovered that

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Burglary suspect leaves note with drivers licence attached

SAN JOSE – Back on Jan 19, 2014, a burglar entered an unoccupied home located at 4800 block of Trego Drive in San Jose. The owners of the home later reported the burglary

Santa Clara

Santa Clara County theft cases getting sentences finally handed down

SAN JOSE, Calif – Outstanding felony cases in the Santa Clara Court system can be held waiting for up to a year with backlogs and criminal cases before sentencing can occur.

Santa Clara

Auto burglary suspect gets 5 year sentence for credit card theft

27-year-old John Thomas Conlon Jr. of San Jose pleaded no contest to charges under PC 459-460 auto burglary, and PC 530.5(a), unauthorized use of personal information, on Friday, November 21.

Santa Clara

Burglars enter home while resident is still inside

19-year-old Juan Castillo and 20-year-old Jason Mone Omm are facing three counts under PC 211-212.5(a), first degree robbery, and PC 459-460(a), burglary. On August 16 the San Jose Police department

Santa Clara

Male suspect jumps two stories from parking garage to try and escape

23-year-old Defendant Willie Visairo – a.k.a. Willie Visaibo – faces eight counts under PC 211-212.5(c), Second degree robbery, in which Visairo was found to be breaking into cars located in an apartment garage

Santa Clara

Copper wire thief caught trying to evade fare

33-year-old Jose Ramon Lopez Martinez faces charges under PC 460 (i) (1), fare evasion, PC 466 possession of burglary tools, VC 21650, riding a bicycle the wrong way, and PC