San Jose: Authorities disarm man after allegations he was terrorizing ex-employer

Pictured are weapons seized from a Morgan Hill man after he was charged with allegedly stalking his former bosses after he was fired from a San Jose-based construction company earlier this year, according to San Jose police. (Courtesy of the San Jose Police Department)

SAN JOSE — A man has been charged with felony stalking and had his firearms temporarily confiscated by authorities on allegations that after he was fired from a construction company, he methodically tracked his former bosses and sent them a litany of messages indicating that he was watching their movements.

Bryan Velasquez, 43, of Morgan Hill, was charged last

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