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Person Shot During San Jose Camera Store Robbery

Person Shot During San Jose Camera Store Robbery.

1 shot during armed robbery outside San Jose Camera in Campbell

One person was taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds after a shooting during an armed robbery outside the San Jose Camera store in Campbell on Wednesday.

Campbell Police Department Press Release

At 10:57 AM on 1/25/23, CPD received reports of an armed robbery at San Jose Camera at 1600 S. Winchester Blvd. 5 male suspects brandished firearms as they stole thousands of dollars’ worth of camera equipment. As the suspects fled, an employee followed them outside & several shots were fired striking the victim.

Upon the arrival of CPD officers, the victim was discovered to have sustained multiple gunshot wounds & was promptly transported to a nearby hospital, where life-saving measures were immediately implemented. The victim’s condition has since stabilized.
CPD worked diligently to process the crime scene, while dispatchers received numerous calls from eyewitnesses. Campbell Detectives worked to notify regional agencies & provided details of the crime as the investigation progressed.

All 5 suspects, were located by the Oakland Police Department (OPD) & by 2:20 PM the same day, Orlando Oliva (22), Paris Williams (22), Darrin Bedford (23), Kenneth Martin (23), & Freddy McCardie (21), all from Oakland, were apprehended. The suspects were taken into custody in San Leandro & booked into the Santa Clara County Main Jail by Campbell Detectives on charges of attempted murder, robbery with firearm, kidnapping, and conspiracy.
This was a collaborative effort between the police department & the community, with invaluable assistance from neighboring agencies. We extend our gratitude to the community for providing crucial information & photographic evidence of the suspects and vehicle. This outcome could not have been possible without the involvement of the OPD and the United States Marshals Service. We greatly appreciate their pivotal role in locating & apprehending the suspects.

In light of this incident, Chief Gary Berg stated, “We understand that incidents of this nature can generate feelings of fear and anxiety. I want to assure our community that those who come to Campbell and threaten the safety of our community will be held accountable for their actions. Our staff, the Oakland PD, and the U.S. Marshals Service worked tirelessly to identify and arrest these criminals & we will continue working in partnership with our community to deter crime in Campbell.”




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