(SAN JOSE, Calif.) JUST IN: Three men were arrested as suspects in a cold case Halloween night murder from 20 years ago after detectives developed new leads in the case, police said Monday #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.12: On October 31, 2001, 22-year-old Nhin Phi Ha was stabbed to death in front of his apartment on the 500 block of Avalani Ave. by two assailants. A friend of Ha’s was also stabbed multiple times but survived his injuries. San Jose police said the two attackers fled in a SUV driven by a third suspect….

#AceDailyNews says according to CBS Local three men have been arrested for the ‘fatal stabbing’ for ‘Cold Case 2001 Murder’ …..

(l-r) Francis Dagayray, Eutropio Dagayay, Gilbert Meriales (San Jose Police Department)READ MORE: Travelers Weary Of Southwest Airlines Woes; Dozens Of Flights Cancelled

Detectives worked the case over the course of the past 20 years, but the leads they developed did not lead to any arrests. In August, the case was assigned to a police department and district attorney’s office cold case team. According to police, the cold case team connected the dots, re-interviewed several witnesses, and were able to solve the case.

On Wednesday, members of police department’s Covert Response Unit located and arrested all three suspects in San Jose. They were identified as San Jose residents Francis Dagayray, 45; Eutropio Dagayay, 47; and Gilbert Meriales, 45.

The three were booked into Santa Clara County Jail for homicide, assault with a deadly weapon, and gang enhancements.

#AceNewsDesk report …………………..Published: Oct.12: 2021:

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(SAN JOSE, Calif.) LATEST: The man who killed nine people in this week had 12 firearms, more than 20 cans of petrol, and approximately 22,000 rounds of ammunition at his house, police say #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – May.31: According to the local sheriff’s office, this was “a planned event and the suspect was prepared to use his firearms to take as many lives as he possibly could”

San Jose Shooting: ‘Guns, petrol and 22,000 rounds of ammunition found: Samuel Cassidy, an employee at the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) site when he opened fire at the site on Wednesday’

Mourners weep at a vigil for victims of the rail yard shooting in San Jose, May 2021
Friends and family members of the nine victims have held vigils for their loved ones

He killed himself as police closed in, officers said.

The mass shooting was the California Bay area’s deadliest since 1993.

So far this year, the US has recorded 233 mass shootings, the Gun Violence Archive reports

Police announced on Friday that the gunman had also set his home on fire before the attack.

Guns were hidden in crawl spaces and doorways, a spokesman told reporters at a press conference. The home was “very cluttered”, he said. 

Officers also said Cassidy had put bullets in a cooking pot on the stove, which detonated and set the house on fire. An FBI agent quoted by Reuters news agency said this blaze probably destroyed evidence which could have helped provide a motive for the shooting. 

Who were the victims? 

  • Paul Delacruz Megia, 42
  • Taptejdeep Singh, 36
  • Adrian Balleza, 29
  • Jose Dejesus Hernandez III, 35
  • Timothy Michael Romo, 49
  • Michael Joseph Rudometkin, 40
  • Abdolvahab Alaghmandan, 63
  • Lars Kepler Lane, 63
  • Alex Ward Fritch, 49

Emergency services were responding to reports of a fire at what was later found to be Cassidy’s home at the same time as police were heading to the scene of the shooting.

Shots were first fired at around 06:30 local time (14:45 GMT) on Wednesday at the VTA site in San Jose.

Officers said Cassidy was armed with three semi-automatic hand guns when he opened fire after a morning union meeting. Sheriff Laurie Smith added on Friday that Cassidy’s locker at the rail yard had “materials for bombs, detonator cords, the precursors to an explosive”.

Cassidy’s ex-wife, Cecilia Nelms, told the Associated Press news agencythat he told her he wanted to kill his colleagues, but she had never believed he would do it. Doug Suh, a neighbour of Cassidy, told the Mercury News that he was “lonely” and “strange”.

Thousands of people are killed by guns in the US every year. In April President Joe Biden announced new actions to tackle gun violence.Biden on gun violence: ‘This is an epidemic’

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: May.31: 2021:

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(SAN JOSE, Calif.) JUST IN: A gunman carried out a mass shooting at a rail yard on Wednesday at least 9-people were killed, including the shooter who took his own life #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – May.27: 911 dispatch received a call for a shooting around 6:30 a.m. local time — the address for the crime scene is near 100 W. Younger Ave. in downtown San Jose:

CALIFORNIA: The suspected gunman has been identified as 57-year-old Samuel Cassidy, who was an employee at the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA). Cassidy set fire to his own home before the shooting, no one was inside the house.

May 26, 2021

BREAKING: 8 killed in San Jose railyard shooting; suspect, who was an employee at the facility, is also dead pic.twitter.com/e49MPP9RXB

— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) May 26, 2021

“This is a horrific day for our city and it is a tragic day for the VTA family and our heart pains for the families and the co-workers because we know so many are feeling deeply this loss of their loved ones and their fiends,” San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo said.

Several agencies are assisting in the investigation, including the FBI.

UPDATE****
Shooter is down

— SantaClaraCoSheriff (@SCCoSheriff) May 26, 2021

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: May.27: 2021:

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` $1000 Dollars Ahead Entrance Fee to Attend and a Heckler Ruins Your Night – Sorry Obama ‘

#AceWorldNews – SAN JOSE – May 09 – President Barack Obama took his message of fighting economic inequality to an audience of wealthy Silicon Valley executives who gathered at the Fairmont Hotel in down-town San Jose on Thursday evening.

A heckler interrupted Obama, shouting, “Freedom for Ethiopia!” according to a source present. Obama scolded: “You kind of screwed up my ending.”

Entrance to the event cost a minimum of $1,000, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, and some donors gave as much as $32,400 to the Democratic National Committee for privileged access to Obama at the event.

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` Russia's Telecom Watchdog Warns against using `US Website Cloud Flare ' for Hosting or Risk being Blacklisted '

#AceNewsServices – MOSCOW – April 10 – Russia’s Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Telecom, Information Technologies and Mass Communications (Roskomnadzor) has warned against hosting Internet resources on the network addresses of the CloudFlare service, making it possible to accelerate the work of websites and protect them from outside threats.

The press service of the Russian communications watchdog said on Thursday that hosting in this system increased the risk of inclusion of a website in the black lists of resources with banned information.

The CloudFlare project had been created in the United States in 2009 and the network of this service is now located in San Jose, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, New Jersey, Dallas, as well as in Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo.

“Cases of inclusion of network addresses of the CloudFlare service in the unified register of banned information have become more frequent. It is caused by the active use of this service by the websites that violate Russian legislation,” Roskomnadzor said. It added that such websites hide information on the location of their hosting provider.

“This makes interaction of Roskomnadzor with the real hosting provider more difficult and factually excludes the possibility of timely removal of illegal information for the restoration of access to blocked resources,” the agency explained, adding that CloudFlare representatives refuse from co-operation and do not reply to Roskomnadzor’s official notifications.

Due to the absence of response from the service, many conscientious Internet resources, using its services, are blocked by communications operators in Russian.

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