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4 Arrested After Home Invasion, Assault in San Jose: Police

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    San Jose police arrested two men and two teens after they allegedly broke into a home, assaulted someone, ransacked the place and stole some money before running off. Bob Redell reports. (Published Friday, July 10, 2015)

     San Jose police arrested two men and two teens after they allegedly broke into a home, assaulted someone, ransacked the place and stole some money before running off.

    Officer Albert Morales said the home invasion was reported just before 7:30 p.m. on Thursday in the 1500 block of Harvest Drive.

    Police say that’s when four suspects entered the home and at least one pulled out a gun and “physically assaulted” someone before taking the cash.

    Police were able to arrest two suspects at the home, and catch two others after they jumped over a back fence. Police found those two hiding in a garage nearby

    Morales said two 17-year-old were booked into Juvenile Hall and two men were booked into the County Jail.

    Telemundo 48's Sandra Bermudez contributed to this report.

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