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Police officers start fund for children of murder victims
SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- The suspect in a San Jose double homicide is believed to be in Southern California, possibly on his way to Mexico.
Police believe Pedro Castellon Medina knows he is wanted. The 31-year-old San Jose resident may be en route to Los Angeles, San Fernando or San Diego.
Medina has two distinctive tattoos; on his right lower leg is a picture of the grim reaper, on his right upper back shoulder are the initials PMC.
Early Monday morning police found the bodies of a couple in a house at North 7th Street. The victims were Pedro and Marybel Jimenez. Police say the murders were domestic violence related.
San Jose police have started a fund to help three children orphaned by a double murder.The money will be used to pay for clothing, housing and other needs for the three children.
Members of the public wishing to make a donation may do so on-line at www.sjpoa.com. Checks can also be sent to the following mailing address:
1151 North Fourth Street
San Jose, CA 95112
Please make checks payable to:
SJPOA - CF and indicate "Jimenez" on the memo line.
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