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Kevin James Gitmed Wanted for Alleged Murder in Milpitas

ID #20-388 Kevin James Gitmed
ID #20-388 Kevin James Gitmed

Kevin James Gitmed Wanted for Alleged Murder in Milpitas

ID #20-388

Milpitas Police Department Press Release

Press Release: Homicide Investigation
DATE: October 10, 2020
LOCATION: 30 Block of Ranch Drive
CASE #: 20-284-195

SUSPECT: Kevin James Gitmed, 35-year old male, Gilroy resident

VICTIM: 40-year old female, San Jose resident

On October 10, 2020, at 10:16 P.M., officers responded to the 30 block of Ranch Drive on the report of a shooting. Officers arrived on the scene and located the victim who had sustained a gunshot wound. Officers provided aid to the victim prior to paramedics arriving on the scene. Paramedics transported the victim to a local hospital but despite the efforts of first responders and medical staff, she succumbed to her injuries.

Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Bureau have identified Kevin James Gitmed as the suspect in the homicide. Gitmed and the victim knew each other, and this was not a random act of violence.

Gitmed is described as a white male adult, 6’ 1” tall, 250 pounds, blond hair, and brown eyes. Gitmed has several tattoos on his hands, arms, and chest.

An arrest warrant for homicide has been issued for Gitmed. He should be considered armed and dangerous.

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