Residents asked to shelter-in-place as police arrest suspect who fatally shot man

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The shooting suspect who killed a man in Campbell on Tuesday morning was arrested by authorities in another location in the city.

People in the area were asked to shelter-in-place while the police activity was conducted, KPIX5 reported.

The shooting reports were received by the Campbell police which deployed officers at around 10:45 in the morning. Police were told that the shooter hit a man down west of Winchester Blvd., specifically on the 300 block of W. Sunnyoaks Ave.

When officers reached the area, they found the victim who sustained at least a single gunshot injury. Medical efforts were immediately done.

Police said the injured person was rushed to Valley Medical Center but he lost his life due to the injuries.

The man behind the shooting, as well as his vehicle, were described by a witness.

The vehicle was then located by the officers more than a mile west of the location where the shooting happened, at a residence on Juanita Way. The police said they arrested the suspect at the location. No other people were involved in the crime.

The white minivan located in front of a residence on the 1300 block of Juanita Way was surrounded by police cars.

People in the area were told to shelter in place in order to avoid any disasters while the police operation is being conducted. Just before 3:00 in the afternoon, the shelter-in-place order was removed.

No immediate information was given about the suspect and the victim’s identities, while the shooting motive and details of the incident are under police probe.

The Campbell Police Department Investigations Unit is asking anyone who has details connected to the incident to call 408-871-5190. Anonymous reports are also welcome at 408-871-5191.