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* Shooting Leaves One Dead, Three Injured This Morning

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Officers are investigating a shooting that left one dead and three injured in San Jose this morning, police said. Police responded to reports of a disturbance in the 1200 block of Oxton Drive shortly after 3 a.m. and discovered a male victim who had been fatally shot. The suspects had fled the scene before officers arrived and are still at large, police said. A short time later, officers received reports that three gunshot victims walked into a hospital. One of the victims suffered non-life-threatening injuries. The other two victims are being treated and their condition was not immediately known. This incident marks San Jose’s 25th homicide of the year.
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  • I believe that makes 27 homicides this year not 25. 2 people died in Janurary that were assaulted last year but died this year, that makes 27.

    From the San Jose Merc: A 19-year-old man was killed and three others were injured in an early morning shooting Tuesday in San Jose, marking the city’s 27th homicide of the year, police said.

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