Know these San Jose robbery suspects?

Image 1 of 2

 Here's KTVU crime reporter Henry Lee's Rap Sheet blog for April 28, 2016:

SAN JOSE ROBBERS SOUGHT: San Jose police are asking for the public's help in identifying three robbery suspects.

The men approached the victim near Cedro Street and Ravendale Court about 5:20 a.m. March 10. The three beat and stabbed the victim before stealing undisclosed items.

Police released sketches of the robbers. Anyone with information is asked to call San Jose police at (408) 277-4166.

DELIVERY TRUCK SWIPERS CAUGHT: Four men were arrested for stealing a delivery truck full of clothing bound for a Gap store after officers tracked the vehicle via cell phone, Palo Alto police said today.

 Vincente Ramirez, 50; Carlos Xavier Zhune, 26; Jorge Luis Gonzalez, 40, and Antony Lopez, 45, were arrested on suspicion of vehicle theft, possession of stolen property, grand theft, conspiracy and resisting arrest and have since posted bail. 

The incident began about 9:20 p.m. April 21 when Palo Alto police were told that a 2005 Freightliner truck had been stolen from the Stanford Shopping Center while the victim was making a delivery to the Gap store.

The victim learned that the truck was at El Camino Real and Stanford Avenue by using tracking software on a cell phone belonging to another employee that had been charging in the vehicle.

Officers arrived on scene and found the stolen truck behind a Starbucks with a Chevrolet Express van pulled up next to it. As the police arrived, the four suspects were loading 33 boxes containing more than $45,000 in new clothing into the van, which had a stolen rear license plate, authorities said.

The four fled but were quickly arrested. Three of the men face additional charges for giving false names to police and jailers before bailing out. A fifth suspect, spotted on dashcam video fleeing the scene, is still being sought. 

THANK YOU FOR POT SMOKING: We leave you with a pot story that happened in San Francisco on, of all days, 4/20.

A woman walked into the San Francisco Police Department's Richmond Station, saying she wanted to make a report about a failed drug test.

The woman told police she smokes marijuana at a friend's house and that she recently failed her annual drug test at her doctor's office. The results, she said, showed traces of cocaine.

The person was adamant she didn’t do cocaine and someone must have "sprinkled cocaine into her marijuana," police Capt. Paul Yep wrote in a weekly newsletter. "The person believes that by filing a report with the police, it "proves to her doctor she was not aware of the origin of the cocaine in her system."

"If this story confuses you, you are not alone," Yep wrote. "Richmond Station officers continue to scratch their heads on this one!"

You can see Henry Lee daily on KTVU. If you have a tip for Henry, send an email to or contact him on Twitter