San Jose Police Arrest 22 Alleged Sex Crimes Suspects in March Sweep
San Jose police arrested 22 suspects in a sexual assault warrant sweep in March, the police department announced Wednesday.
San Jose Police Department Press Release
# SUSPECT ADDRESS AGE
1 Juan Avila San José Resident 41 Years
2 Henry Avilez Castillo San José Resident 34 Years
3 Deseri Barron San José Resident 42 Years
4 Christopher Bifano San José Resident 45 Years
5 Vu Tin Do San José Resident 31 Years
6 Austin Flores Morgan Hill Resident 25 Years
7 Hung Duc Hong San José Resident 58 Years
8 Robert Kim San José Resident 36 Years
9 Kenyon McWilliams San José Resident 57 Years
10 Amir Najafi Arizona Resident 45 Years
11 David Napan San José Resident 41 Years
12 Paul Clayton Orr San Diego Resident 38 Years
13 Pedro Plancarte San José Resident 53 Years
14 Oscar Ramos San José Resident 36 Years
15 Raudel Rosales-Sandoval San José Resident 54 Years
16 Fidel Torres Reyes San José Resident 49 Years
17 Imran Ullah San José Resident 26 Years
18 Norberto Velarde-Rios San José Resident 44 Years
19 David Velasco San José Resident 40 Years
20 Marcos Villareal San José Resident 41 Years
21 Antonio Zacariz San José Resident 73 Years
22 Adolfo Orozco Rosales San José Resident 39 years
The San José Police Department Sexual Assault Investigations Unit arrested 22 suspects with outstanding warrants during an operational sweep in March 2023.
Eighteen arrests were made and coordinated with SJPD Special Operations (Street Crimes, METRO, VCET) and the Bureau of Investigations. Three of these arrests were made outside of San José.
All suspects are charged with sex crimes ranging from misdemeanor sexual assault to felony cases of sexual assault of a minor and rape. The dates of these cases ranged from as early as 2012 to February 2023.
The San José Police Department is committed to providing services to survivors of sexual assault and bringing their perpetrators to justice.
“I would like to thank all the San José Police Department members involved in this operation for their amazing work to bring these individuals into custody and to help bring the first steps towards healing for the survivors of these terrible crimes,” said Chief of Police Anthony Mata.
It is possible that there could be additional victims. Any additional information about these cases is urged to contact the San José Police Department’s Sexual Assault Investigations Unit at 408-277-4102.
Submit crime tips and remain anonymous by using the P3TIPS mobile app, calling the tip line at (408) 947-STOP, or on www.svcrimestoppers.org. If the information you submit leads to an arrest, you are eligible for a cash reward from the Silicon Valley Crime Stoppers Program.