SAN JOSE (KRON) — San Jose police are investigating an officer-involved shooting at the Metcalf Energy Center in South San Jose on Tuesday night.
The shooting happened at 1 Blanchard Road, police said.
No other information has been made available by police.
Here is a statement from a PG&E spokeswoman:
PG&E is aware of the situation on Blanchard Rd. in San Jose and is in contact w/ law enforcement.
The Metcalf Energy Center is not owned or associated with PG&E. The company’s facilities and property were not involved in the incident. @nbcbayarea @KTVU @kron4news @KGOdesk @CBSSF
— Mayra Tostado (@PGE_Mayra) January 10, 2018
Here is a statement from Calpine, who owns the Metcalf Energy Center:
We can confirm that there was an event involving an intruder and local law enforcement at our facility. Our employees are safe and we are cooperating with authorities. We would like to express our sincere appreciation the San Jose PD and other first responders for their efforts.
Due to the ongoing nature of the investigation we will have no further comment but refer you to SJPD.
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