Suspect in Modesto, San Jose homicides hospitalized after being shot at by officers in standoff

A man who is suspected of two homicides — one in San Jose and another in Modesto — was hospitalized following a standoff at a San Jose home Wednesday morning, according to police.He is believed to be connected to a homicide that happened in San Jose on Tuesday around 7 p.m. Officers believe he then drove to Modesto and was involved in the shooting death of a 29-year-old woman, police said.The man then led California High Patrol Officers on a chase that ended with him fleeing from the vehicle he was in.He was barricaded in a San Jose home on the 100 block of Bendorf Drive, police said. Residents in the area were evacuated “due to additional shots being fired by the suspect during the barricade.”Police said that the standoff ended in an “officer-involved shooting” when the suspected pointed a firearm at a special operations personnel.The suspect was taken to a nearby hospital, but it is unclear if any officers were hurt in the incident.

A man who is suspected of two homicides — one in San Jose and another in Modesto — was hospitalized following a standoff at a San Jose home Wednesday morning, according to police.

He is believed to be connected to a homicide that happened in San Jose on Tuesday around 7 p.m. Officers believe he then drove to Modesto and was involved in the shooting death of a 29-year-old woman, police said.

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The man then led California High Patrol Officers on a chase that ended with him fleeing from the vehicle he was in.

He was barricaded in a San Jose home on the 100 block of Bendorf Drive, police said. Residents in the area were evacuated “due to additional shots being fired by the suspect during the barricade.”

Police said that the standoff ended in an “officer-involved shooting” when the suspected pointed a firearm at a special operations personnel.

The suspect was taken to a nearby hospital, but it is unclear if any officers were hurt in the incident.

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