Three San Jose men set to be arraigned in connection with Halloween gang stabbing in 2001

SAN JOSE — Three men, including two brothers, are scheduled to be arraigned Friday in connection to a Halloween gang stabbing murder that occurred 20 years ago, according to authorities.

Eutropio Dagaray, 47; Francis Dagaray, 45; and Gilbert Meriales, 45; all of San Jose, were charged with murder, among other charges, and will be arraigned on Friday, the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office said in a Thursday news release. If convicted, the men could face life in prison.

The men were arrested last week and booked into the Main Jail on charges of encompassing murder, assault with a deadly weapon, and allegations of gang motives, police said on

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