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April 3, 2020

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Drive-by shooting victim now a suspect in unrelated violent crime spree

In yet another bizarre twist in the ongoing attempt to bring five suspects in the 2011 drive-by shooting that killed 14-year-old Tara Romero to trial, the attorney for one of the suspects had to recuse himself from the case Friday because his office is representing a victim of that shooting who is now a suspect in an unrelated violent crime spree that happened earlier this year in San Jose. 

UPDATED: Emotional testimony in hearing for 2011 drive-by suspects

The second day of testimony in the preliminary hearing for four of the five suspects accused of killing Morgan Hill teen Tara Romero in a drive-by shooting Nov. 4, 2011 included an emotional recollection of that night’s events by one of the surviving victims of the gunfire.

Tara Romero murder suspect found competent

The hearing for five young men accused of killing Morgan Hill teen Tara Romero in 2011 was continued again Monday, and a court-appointed doctor who evaluated one of the suspects who claimed to be mentally incompetent found he was faking his condition, according to authorities. 

Drive-by shooting suspect claims mental incompetence

One of the five suspects accused of killing a 14-year-old Sobrato High School student in a drive-by shooting in November 2011 will face a hearing to determine if he is mentally competent to stand trail for the crime.

Centered on compassion

CHEERS for the opening of the Gilroy Compassion Center which is now operating during daylight at 8425 Monterey Road. It's the first step in what organizers hope becomes a full-service shelter in the storm for the homeless. For now, it's a place to pick out a donated coat, get a cup of coffee, make a phone call or take a break on the couch while the children play with donated toys. The hours are from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Volunteers and donations are needed. Visit gccsoco.org to find out how you can help.