San Jose: Recent shootings linked to alleged illicit nightclub activity, COVID-19 violations

SAN JOSE — Two separate shootings last weekend that left a man dead and two women injured occurred at locations that had been under investigation for alleged illegal after-hours activity in defiance of COVID-19 restrictions, according to San Jose police.

As those weekend shootings continued to be investigated, another deadly shooting erupted at Café Paradise on Monterey Road late Tuesday. Police said that location had also been the subject of police calls and complaints about illegally staying open, and appeared to be doing so when the latest violence occurred.

The series of shootings highlight what has been an ongoing issue for law enforcement throughout the area

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