A 26-year-old woman was arrested early Saturday morning on suspicion
from attempted murder, which allegedly intentionally drove his car to
the crowd and attacked two men at a protest late Friday near downtown San Jose,
said the police.
Police said Bianca Orozco from San Jose was arrested at
connection with events around 9 pm Friday. The police say Santa Clara
County Sheriff’s representative in the “illegitimate assembly” reported at Sixth
and Santa Clara Streets in the city center saw a gray Dodge Durango drive inside
crossing at high speed. Several protesters jumped out
avoid being hit by a suspected vehicle, police said.
Deputy Sheriff saw the same vehicle and turned
driving back towards the crowd, and then returning at high speed and running
more than two adult male victims. The deputy, said the police, believes that the suspect was intentional
trying to crash into the victims.
Durango then turned towards the protesters and deputies,
and drove straight towards them. One representative fired one round at Durango, which one
then fled the scene, police said.
Both victims were taken to a local hospital without threatening their lives
injured and then released, police said.
An San Jose Police Department officer at the scene recorded
the Durango plate, and the homicide detective on Saturday found a vehicle,
and Orozco, in a house in San Jose. Orozco, who was not hurt on Friday
night shooting, then captured and ordered to Santa Clara County
The incident is still under investigation. Anyone with
information is requested to contact Detective Sergeant. Isidro Bagon or Detective Ramon
Sanchez from the San Jose Police Department Homicide Unit at (408) 277-5283.
Anyone who wants to remain anonymous can call Crime
Stoppers Tip Line at (408) 947-STOP (7867).