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Second SJ Victim Dies in Weekend Shooting



    Second SJ Victim Dies in Weekend Shooting
    San Jose police are working overtime in an all-out effort to catch a man they say is responsible for a rare and terrifying crime spree.

    A second victim in a double shooting has died, according to San  Jose police.

    The victim, a woman, was found on the 800 block of South Third  Street around 11 a.m. Saturday along with a man, who was dead at the scene.  The woman was transported to the hospital for treatment but died this evening  of her injuries, Sgt. Jason Dwyer said.

    Police anticipate releasing the identity of both victims in the  shooting tomorrow, Dwyer said. Detectives are working the case around the  clock and looking for witnesses.

    The double shooting occurred around the same time as a  deputy-involved shooting about a mile and a half away in the area of Park  Aavenue and Sunol Street.

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      Police said a Sheriff's deputy on patrol came across a suspect in  a stolen vehicle shortly after 11 a.m., and fired several rounds after the  suspect behaved in an allegedly threatening manner.

    The suspect fled to a nearby industrial yard at 255 S. Montgomery  St. In a search of the area, officers found Omar Muhdi, 37, and arrested him  on suspicion of auto theft, possession of stolen property and parole  violation.

    The deputy that shot at the suspect has been placed on routine  paid administrative leave. Since the shooting happened in the San Jose Police  Department's jurisdiction, the San Jose police Homicide Unit is investigating  the incident.

    San Jose police are investigating the incident, which involved  deputies from the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office but took place within  the Police Department's jurisdiction.