San Jose Police Investigating City's 43nd Homicide

Early-morning shooting left a man dead

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    Three separate shootings claim the lives of three people in San Jose over the weekend. Bob Redell reports.

    A shooting in southeast San Jose left a man dead early Sunday morning.

    Police arrived at the 100 block of Goldenrain Drive shortly after 3 a.m., where they found a man sufferering from at least one gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead at approximately 3:55 a.m.

    It is the city's 43nd homicide of the year. That number includes a homicide investigated by San Jose State University police but did not occur within the technical boundaries of the San Jose police jurisdiction.

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    It has been a violent weekend in San Jose. There were two homicides and a fatal officer-inovlved shooting. NBC Bay Area's Kimberly Tere reports from San Jose Police Department headquarters.

    A neighbor said he heard shots fired.

    "We just heard a couple of gunshots, like bam bam," Brian Adamson said. "That was it--nothing else, and then a few minutes later, I heard sirens and cops pulling up."

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    A busy strip mall just east of Valley Fair Shopping Mall became a crime scene Friday night. George Kiriyama reports.

    The investigating is ongoing and no suspects have been identified. It is unknown if the shooting was gang-related.

    It was a violent weekend in the South Bay. In addition to San Jose's 42nd homicide, there was a fatal officer-involved shooting and another homicide in an unincorporated part of San Jose.