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A 17-year-old boy from Mexico was arrested on New Year's Eve at Mineta San Jose International Airport after he tried to smuggle more than one gallon of liquid methamphetamine into the country, according to federal authorities.

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Police detectives and U.S. deputy marshals have arrested two men suspected in four Santa Clara County bank robberies since September.

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The number of homicides in the city topped 40 for the third consecutive year, a distinction not reached in two decades. And over the three-year period, San Jose also saw an increase in burglaries, car thefts and other "quality of life" crimes that are part of the public safety conversation.

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The police department's bomb squad is investigating a possible explosive device found Monday afternoon in an industrial area of North San Jose.

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A bold thief stole jewelry by smashing a glass case, grabbing the goods and fleeing in front of a long line of parents and children waiting to see Santa Claus at Eastridge Mall on Monday evening.

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A fracas between two groups of males on bustling downtown streets ended in a double shooting Friday night, putting one of the victims in the hospital with life-threatening wounds, police said.

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A weeklong inmate hunger strike at the Santa Clara County Jail protesting long-reduced visiting hours ended Wednesday, and it turns out they might not have been as hungry as advertised.

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Once known as America's Safest Big City, the capital of Silicon Valley has a higher crime rate than California or the United States as a whole, while the city's police force is catching half as many criminals as it did just a few years ago.

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City officials on Wednesday began the process of shutting down medical marijuana shops next to homes as part of strict new regulations to be rolled out next year.

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The mayor is proposing new rules for where the city's medical marijuana dispensaries can go, according to the San Jose Mercury News: to wit, about 1 percent of the city, or about 1,400 parcels.
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