General Crime

San Jose Homicide on McGinness Avenue

A homicide investigation is underway in San Jose early Thursday after a man was shot and killed overnight. According to San Jose police, an officer patrolling the area of McGinness Avenue and Story Road reported hearing shots fired in the area a little after midnight. At the scene, officers located a male victim in a car in the 1200 block of McGinness Avenue in the Alum Rock neighborhood.

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The man was suffering from at least one gunshot wound, according to police. He died at the scene. At this time no suspects have been identified or apprehended. The area is closed off as authorities continue to investigate the scene. No other details were immediately available.

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