SJSU Police Arrest Man, 62, in Campus Homicide

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    San Jose State University

    San Jose State University police have arrested a 62-year-old man in connection with a weekend homicide after a man's body was found in a Jeep parked at the university's tennis courts.

    Sgt. John Laws said officers arrested Craig Yuhara in connection with the death and using a firearm about 7 p.m. on Monday.

    Laws declined to discuss what allegedly linked Yuhara to the death of the man, found Sunday near East Humboldt and South 11th streets, saying the case was sealed and that there was "a lot of work to do" in terms of investigating exactly what happened.

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    Police on Tuesday told NBC Bay Area the victim has been identified as Daniel Winslow, 47, of San Jose.

    Winslow was not a student and investigators do not believe his killer was a student either.