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Man Arrested Following Weekend Bar Shooting In Belmont

BELMONT (CBS SF) – A man has been arrested on multiple charges, including assault, following a shooting at a bar in Belmont over the weekend. Deputies with the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office responded to Chris’ New Harbor Bar on 150 Harbor Boulevard around 10:15 p.m. Sunday on reports of shots fired. The suspect had fled the scene before deputies arrived. There were no reports of injuries from the shooting. Deputies collected evidence from the scene and began an investigation. On Monday, detectives with the department’s investigation bureau arrested the suspect in Half Moon Bay. The suspect, identified as 32-year-old Christian Spremich, was booked into the Maguire Correctional Facility on charges of deadly assault with a firearm, discharge of a firearm, criminal threats and unlawful carrying of a firearm. It was not immediately known when Spremich would appear in court on the charges.
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Thieves Ram Vehicles Into 6 San Jose Businesses to Steal ATMs In Overnight Crime Spree

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A destructive South Bay crime spree overnight left a half dozen San Jose businesses cleaning up Tuesday after thieves smashed into storefronts with two vehicles in order to steal ATMs. “We do believe this group was working in concert together, different vehicles, same group of people,” said San Jose Police Dept. Sgt. Christian Camarillo. “This occurred all over the city. From the south part of the city, into downtown, toward the north end of the city.” The thieves broke into six businesses starting a few minutes after 3 a.m. and ended at 4:36 a.m. The suspects used vehicles...
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Two Pedestrians Killed, One Injured in San Jose Crash

Two people died and a third was injured Tuesday night after they were struck by a vehicle in San Jose, according to police. The incident occurred at Almaden Expressway and Foxworthy Avenue in South San Jose at around 8:30 p.m., police said. Two pedestrians died at local hospitals, and the third suffered non-life threatening injuries.
SAN JOSE, CA

Palo Alto Police Search for Armed Robbery Suspect at Stanford Shopping Center

PALO ALTO (CBS SF) — Police in Palo Alto on Tuesday were searching for an armed robbery suspect who stole a woman’s purse at the Stanford Shopping Center, according to authorities. Police said patrol officers were investigating the armed robbery that happened Tuesday afternoon. The suspect was initially described as a male in his early 20s with curly hair wearing a dark sweater and dark shorts who fled from the scene on a blue bicycle. Police tweeted about the incident just before 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. Happening Now: patrol officers are at Stanford Shopping Center investigating an armed robbery where a woman's purse was...
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Popular fast food restaurant finally makes its way to the Bay Area.

Hi guys and Welcome to Ellie Adventures! Did you know Raising Cane’s is opening up a new location at Berkeley, CA? We took a scenic drive to the Raising Cane’s restaurant in Manteca, CA as a preview of what to expect when the new one opens up in Berkeley, CA. The food they serve includes chicken fingers with their legendary sauce, Texas toast, and crinkle-cut fries. We’re excited for the first Bay Area location opening this summer. We hope you enjoyed this video and continue to follow us for more adventures around the Bay Area. See you guys next time!
BERKELEY, CA

Search Underway For Aggressive Mountain Lion In Belmont Neighborhood

BELMONT (CBS SF) — Police and game wardens searched a Belmont neighborhood early Wednesday for an aggressive mountain that has killed another mountain lion in the area. Belmont police said the mountain lion had seen in the 2500 block of Hastings around 2:00 a.m. just east of the Upper Creek and just west of Carlmont High School. Local residents were urged to use extreme caution. Over the last several months, mountain lion sightings have been on the rise across the Bay Area. On Jan. 11th, a Daly City woman face-to-face with a cougar in her backyard. Laurie Golub said her dogs were barking...
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Unconventional tactics used in San Jose overnight crime spree

SAN JOSE, Calif. - San Jose police looking for the people who either attempted, gained access, and in one case outright stole an ATM during an overnight crime spree Tuesday. "Starting at about 3 a.m., we received several calls of six different businesses located throughout the city of San Jose that were either burglaries or there was an attempted burglary," said Sergeant Christian Camarillo with the San Jose Police Department.
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2 dead, 1 injured after traffic collision in San Jose

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KRON) – Units are at the scene of a fatal traffic collision involving a vehicle and three pedestrians, according to San Jose police. This incident was reported around 8:30 p.m. at Almaden Expy and Foxworthy Ave in San Jose. Two people died at local hospitals, and a third is suffering from non-life-threatening […]
SAN JOSE, CA

Friends, Loved Ones Remember Michelle Go, Killed In NY Subway Attack At San Francisco Chinatown Vigil

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/KPIX) — More than one hundred people gathered in San Francisco Tuesday night to remember the life of Michelle Go from Fremont, who was killed over the weekend when she was pushed in front of subway train in New York City. Go’s family hopes people remember her life, rather than the way she died. The song echoing through Chinatown was filled with sadness as those who 40-year-old Michelle Go gathered to remember her life. “She was a smart, intelligent, and giving person,” said high school friend Garry Tan. “She just showed what it meant to be alive, to be human,...
SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Suspect In November Smash-and-Grab Robbery At High-End Sneaker Store In Santa Clara Arrested

SANTA CLARA (CBS SF) — A 19-year-old is facing a series charges following his arrest in the November smash-and-grab robbery of a high-end sneaker store in Santa Clara, authorities said Tuesday. Gregory Jefferson was arrested on January 13 at his home in Pittsburg where Santa Clara police found 30 boxes of luxury sneakers, clothing, and hangers with the store’s name, Fix Kicks, on them, according to Santa Clara County Deputy District Attorney Mike Vidmar. Police also seized a “ghost gun” assault weapon with a 30-round magazine loaded with ammunition. Jefferson will be arraigned Tuesday on charges of organized retail theft, commercial burglary,...
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Fremont Woman Killed in New York After Being Shoved In Front of Approaching Subway Train

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — A Bay Area woman was killed in New York City over the weekend after being shoved in front of a subway train. Michelle Alyssa Go grew up in Fremont and went to school at American High School. On Monday, her family and friends were mourning her loss after her horrific death. Go was standing on a subway train platform and was shoved by a stranger into an oncoming train inside the Times Square station Saturday morning. A witness to the attack said she will never be able to erase it from her memory “Ten seconds then train passed, the...
FREMONT, CA

Knife-Wielding Man In Custody Following Standoff With Police in South San Jose

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A man brandishing knives and having a mental health crisis was in custody following an hours-long standoff with police in San Jose Monday. San Jose police said patrol officers responded just after 11 a.m. to a despondent male screaming and throwing objects off a balcony on the 4500 block of The Woods Dr. between Snell Dr. and Monterey St. in South San Jose. According to police, the man was seen brandishing knives and breaking a neighbor’s window. Police said the man’s juvenile family member was also in the home but was not believed to be at risk. Police, special operations and crisis intervention personnel spent hours de-escalating the situation, according to a tweet by San Jose police. Just before 7 p.m., police tweeted the man had been taken into custody and was to receive a mental health evaluation. Units were set to be cleared from the area and no further information was immediately available.  
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