Two people died and four more were hurt at a shooting during a memorial vigil in San Jose, California, last year. Months, later police say they have arrested a pair of suspects.
On Sept. 15, 2020, around 10 p.m., San Jose police officers responded to a call about a shooting.
When officers arrived, they found two men suffering from at least gunshot wounds. They were pronounced dead at the scene, according to police.
Four additional victims were injured by gunfire.
A crowd had gathered for a memorial vigil for a man who had died the previous night in a collision on U.S.101 in San José, according to CBS SF BayArea.
All of the victims were at or near the vigil.
An extensive follow-up investigation led homicide detectives to suspects Gabriel Desantiago, 27, and Jesus Beltran-Guzman, 20, San Jose police announced.
The motive behind the shooting was not immediately revealed.
At the time of the shooting, law enforcement said a gang rivalry was being investigated as a possible motivation, according to CBS SF BayArea.
On May 13, the San José Police Department located and arrested Desantiago. He was booked into the Santa Clara County Jail for murder.
Beltran-Guzman was already in custody on other charges.