Crime spree leaves three victims dead

Authorities in the Bay Area were faced with a shocking multi-city crime spree on Thursday. A man has been arrested, suspected of stabbing three people to death and injuring a pedestrian with a vehicle.

The rampage began around 3:11 p.m. at the intersection of Kooser Road and Dellwood Way, where the San Jose Police Department reported the first stabbing. Not long after, another individual was stabbed and their vehicle stolen. Both victims succumbed to their injuries.

As the suspect made his escape from the scene of the second attack, he struck a pedestrian with the purloined vehicle. Fortunately, the injured pedestrian is projected to recover.

In a coordinated operation, the Milpitas Police Department, having reason to believe that the individual they arrested was the perpetrator of the San Jose attacks, responded to an emergency call around 4:32 p.m.

The call led them to a shopping center parking lot near the 400 block of Jacklin Road, where they discovered another stabbing victim.

Despite officers attempting immediate first aid, the third victim passed away from his injuries. Following this incident, the suspect was apprehended in a nearby neighborhood.

As of now, the motive behind this horrifying sequence of events remains unknown. The authorities have yet to disclose the identity of the man suspected to be behind these violent crimes.