San Francisco Bay Area Violent Crime

Mahad Aweis Osman Arrested for Alleged Murder of Savion Hollingsworth

Mahad Aweis Osman Arrested
Mahad Aweis Osman Arrested for Alleged Murder of Savion Hollingsworth

Mahad Aweis Osman Arrested for Alleged Murder of Savion Hollingsworth

San Jose Police Department Press Release 11/3/19

San Jose, Calif. – On Saturday, October 19, 2019, at about 2:05 AM, San Jose police officers responded to a person shot in the 500 block of S. 10th Street in San Jose. Arriving officers located victim Savion Hollingsworth suffering from at least one gunshot wound. The victim was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced deceased a short time later.

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Homicide detectives conducted a follow-up investigation and identified suspect Mahad Aweis Osman as the person responsible for the murder of the victim Hollingsworth. Detectives then obtained an arrest warrant for murder. On Wednesday, October 23, 2019, the suspect was arrested in San Diego by the San Diego Police Department. On Wednesday, October 30, 2019, the suspect was extradited back to San Jose and booked into Santa Clara County Jail for murder.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sergeant John Cary or Detective Elizabeth Ramirez of the San Jose Police Department’s Homicide Unit at (408) 277-5283. Detectives have video of the incident and are aware that people were recording before and after the shooting occurred and are encouraging those individuals to come forward and provide that evidence to police.

Persons wishing to remain anonymous may submit their videos through Crime Stoppers listed below or call Detective Sergeant John Cary at (408) 797-4595.

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