Joey Vicencio Bio
Joseph “Joey” Vicencio was identified following the release of surveillance photos Friday showing a person of interest that generated a tip to police, officials said.
— SJPD PIO (@SJPDPIO) September 22, 2019
Joey Vicencio Age
He is 21 years old.
Joey Vicencio San Jose Shooting
At 6:21 p.m. Thursday, police responded to a call about shots fired in the 100 block of East San Fernando Street in San Jose.
#UPDATE on shots fired at MLK, Thursday: SJPD have arrested suspect Joseph “Joey” Vicencio for allegedly shooting at an inhabited building, attempted murder, assault with a firearm, discharging a firearm in a gross negligent manner and possession of a firearm in public. #SJSU https://t.co/5DYn6M3odS pic.twitter.com/UeZwHFKL1g
— The Spartan Daily (@SpartanDaily) September 22, 2019
Multiple rounds hit the library and a parking garage, according to police.
Detectives are trying to determine the number of victims involved in the shooting, Garcia said. Police are not releasing more information about the incident at this time.
In the CCTV footage, the suspect was wearing a blue medical mask, a black hooded sweatshirt, tan pants, possible Nike brand shoes, and a blue/gray backpack.
On September September 20, the San Jose Police Department released several pictures of their suspect. Surveillance cameras captured images that showed a young man wearing a blue medical mask, tan pants, and possible Nike shoes. The suspect also carried a black and gray backpack. The video footage generated the tip detectives need to help identify their suspect.
Joey Vicencio Arrested and Charges
— Henry K. Lee (@henrykleeKTVU) September 22, 2019
San Jose police booked Joseph “Joey” Vicencio into the county jail Sunday on five charges, including felony attempted murder and assault with a firearm, and a misdemeanor charge for negligently discharging a firearm, according to a San Jose Police Department news release.
Police Investigation Reports
According to police, the SJSU shooting involving Joseph Vicencio is still an active investigation. Anyone with information is being asked to call San Jose Police Department Detective Matthew Sanfilippo at (408) 464-8379 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Anonymous tips can be submitted by calling the police department’s hotline at (408) 947-7867.