San Francisco Bay Area Violent Crime

Johnathan Arroyo Rivera Murdered in Gilroy Ca.

Johnathan Arroyo Rivera a 29-year-old man has been identified as the victim killed in a stabbing Friday in Gilroy, according to police. Around 12:02 a.m., police arrived at the 500 block of Stoney Court after receiving reports of an injured man. After arriving on the scene, authorities found a man had been stabbed.

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That man has been identified as Johnathan Arroyo Rivera from Gilroy. Rivera received life-saving medical treatment on the scene, however, was later pronounced dead. At this time, police have not identified any suspects in the homicide or determined a motive. Police continue to investigate the incident and ask that if you have information to contact Detective Eric Cryar at (408) 846-0350.


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