Two Suspects Arrested For Murder Of Father Of Three During 2018 Home Invasion, Police Say
Authorities in California said they have arrested two suspects they say killed a man during a home invasion four years ago.
On July 14, San Jose police took into custody Robert James Ascensio, 46, of Modesto, and Juvenal Arellano, 38, of Milpitas, and booked them on murder charges, KRON reported.
On June 21, 2018, Khanh Kieu, 54, a husband and father of three young children, was fatally shot at his home in San Jose.
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Surveillance video allegedly shows that on the day of the murder, three men showed up at the victim’s residence in a Lexus sedan and broke inside.
Kieu was shot during the incident and the suspects fled empty handed, according to police.
“The motive and circumstances surrounding this incident are still under investigation,” Officer Steve Aponte said.
It’s unclear if police have arrested the third suspect in the case.
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