Police have confirmed one person died in a double shooting that took place Monday morning near the campus of San Jose State University.
The shooting occurred just after 3 a.m. in the 400 block of South 10th Street, police said.
A man died at the scene and a woman was taken to the hospital with a non- life threatening injury.
Police are not releasing many details, saying they are in the midst of a complicated investigation.
Get a weekly recap of the latest San Francisco Bay Area housing news. Sign up for NBC Bay Area’s Housing Deconstructed newsletter.
“We’re still processing evidence, collecting evidence, and going through victim and witness statements that are available to us,” said SJPD spokesperson, Steve Aponte.
No suspects or motive were identified, and no further details were immediately available.
The area around the campus has seen an unusual amount of violence recently, including a man shot to death at a restaurant in late March.
Neighbors near Monday’s shooting are frustrated.
“Stop this stuff. It keeps happening more and more,” said neighbor Ahmad Martinez. “The violence is getting worse. Definitely.”
While police are not talking about the nature of the homicide, investigators say they don’t think a killer is on the loose.
“We don’t believe there is a threat to the public. There’s no ongoing threat of some stranger going out and committing these crimes,” said Aponte. “Although it is a highly dense neighborhood that we have seen in the past, many crimes have occurred.”
This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.