Calif. police fatally shoot stabbing, carjacking suspect
The suspect stabbed 3 people before carjacking someone and fleeing police
NBC Bay Area
SAN JOSE — A man who walked into a San Jose home on Thursday morning and allegedly started stabbing people was fatally shot by police officers after after allegedly ramming a patrol car, police said.
The incident began at about 10:35 a.m. when the suspect, who has not yet been identified, allegedly stabbed three people in the 2100 block of Luz Avenue, police spokeswoman Sgt. Heather Randol said.
The suspect then carjacked a vehicle in the 100 block of Jackson Avenue, police said. Officers in pursuit of the suspect tried to stop the carjacked vehicle, which was at one point driving the wrong way on an Interstate 680, police said, but the driver wouldn't stop.