South Bay stabbing in fast food parking lot leaves man dead, police say

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File photo of police car lights. San Jose police said they were investigating the city’s first homicide of 2022 after a man was reportedly stabbed in the parking lot of a fast food restaurant.

File image of police car lights. San Jose police claimed they were being investigating the city’s initial homicide of 2022 just after a man was reportedly stabbed in the parking ton of a rapidly food stuff restaurant.

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A man was stabbed and killed Tuesday in San Jose, police explained, marking the city’s initially homicide of the yr.

Officers responded to a report of a stabbing on the 1600 block of Tully Street and found the sufferer struggling from at the very least one stab wound, law enforcement explained.

Soon after an first investigation, officers found the man was stabbed in a Carl’s Jr. parking lot on Tully Road. The victim, suffering from a stab wound, pulled into a nearby Shell gasoline station on the intersection of Tully and King roadways the place he crashed into a further automobile.

Paramedics tried daily life-conserving health care assistance until eventually the guy was transported to a neighborhood medical center, the place he later died.

This is an ongoing investigation and the situations close to the stabbing are at the moment unknown. The victim’s id continues to be withheld right up until next of kin are discovered.

Everyone with info is urged to Get hold of Detective Sergeant Lewis #3161 or Detective Meeker #3272 of the San Jose Police Department’s Homicide device at 408-277-5283.

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