Skip to content
Advertisement

San Jose Police Department

Latest Stories

fake_doctor_assault_charge_05305.jpg

fake_doctor_assault_charge_05305.jpg

This undated photo provided by the San Jose Police Department shows Ezequiel Aaron Dureo-Carvajal. Police say Dureo-Carvajal who posed as a doctor was arrested on Friday, Aug. 4, 2017 on suspicion of sexually assaulting a woman during an unlicensed examination. (San Jose Police Department via AP)

plane_texts-child_exploitation_27088.jpg

plane_texts-child_exploitation_27088.jpg

This photo released Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017, by San Jose Police Department shows suspect Gail Burnworth, a resident of Tacoma, Wash., who was one of two people arrested after a sharp-eyed airline passenger saw another traveler texting about sexually assaulting children. San Jose police say they arrested 56-year-old Michael Kellar in the city’s airport Monday night after a flight from Seattle. Officers arrested 50-year-old Gail Burnworth in her Tacoma home. (San Jose Police Department via AP)

plane_texts-child_exploitation_56202.jpg

plane_texts-child_exploitation_56202.jpg

This photo released Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017, by San Jose Police Department shows suspect Michael Kellar, 56, a resident of Tacoma, Wash., who was arrested by police after a fellow airline passenger on Monday, July 31, 2017, spotted him texting someone about sexually exploiting children. The witness contacted authorities as soon as the plane landed. Police say Kellar was texting Gail Burnworth, who was also arrested. (San Jose Police Department via AP)

39cb9769dfa72b094e0f6a7067009588.jpg

39cb9769dfa72b094e0f6a7067009588.jpg

This undated photo released by the San Jose Police Department shows San Jose police officer Geoffrey Graves. A veteran Northern California police officer is accused of raping a woman at a hotel after escorting her there while he was on duty, authorities said Tuesday. Santa Clara County prosecutors charged Graves, 38, with one count of forcible rape on Monday. The six-year veteran officer surrendered to police on Monday and then posted $100,000 bail, Deputy District Attorney Carlos Vega said Tuesday. (AP Photo/San Jose Police Department)

9c70406a4f2311084d0f6a70670094fd.jpg

9c70406a4f2311084d0f6a70670094fd.jpg

This photo released by the San Jose Police Department via the San Jose Mercury News shows Matthew Aaron Llaneza, 28, after a 2011 arrest for weapons offenses. Llaneza, a California man with delusions of joining the Taliban, was sentenced Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014 to 15 years in federal prison for trying to blow up a bank with a car bomb he thought would go off but was actually made up of inert materials supplied by the FBI. U.S. District Judge Virginia Gonzalez Rogers said she was satisfied that the sentence — spelled out in a plea deal between Llaneza and federal prosecutors — struck a balance between acknowledging the 29-year-old San Jose resident's mental condition and punishing him for actions. (AP Photo/San Jose Police Department via the San Jose Mercury News)