San Francisco Bay Area Violent Crime

Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Deputies Pursuit and Shooting Caught on Camera

Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Deputies Pursuit and Shooting Caught on Camera

Santa Clara County Sheriff's Deputies Pursuit and Shooting

Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Deputies Pursuit and Shooting Caught on Camera

A Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office pursuit of a UPS truck ended at First Street and Trimble Road in San Jose and turned into an hours-long standoff before an armed suspect fled on foot and apparently was shot by officers.

The chase began about 5:15 p.m. at Chynoweth and Pearl avenues in San Jose, sheriff’s officials said, adding the suspect shot at deputies during the pursuit. It turned into a standoff and hostage situation. A woman later exited the vehicle and was taken into custody.

At 6:15 p.m., the UPS driver was seen being released to authorities. The suspect later exited the truck and fled on foot before it appeared he was shot.

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