- Published on Wednesday, 25 September 2013 01:30
- Written by Los Altos Town Crier Staff
Juice ends on Main St.
The former home of Jamba Juice in Los Altos remains vacant for now. Property owner Bart Nelson said he’s actively seeking a new, “larger” tenant for the property, suggesting that A.G. Ferrari might not continue to occupy its spot in the corner building at 275 Main St. The third occupant of the building, Los Altos Pharmacy, was purchased by Safeway last year and will move to the new Safeway under construction on First Street.
Suspects lead police on chase through Los Altos
Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Officers assumed that they were making a routine traffic stop after they witnessed a car with passengers not wearing seatbelts completing an illegal U-turn on Foothill Expressway at Homestead Road shortly after midnight Sept. 12.
But when the 1998 gold Toyota Camry abruptly turned onto a residential street in Los Altos instead of coming to a stop, alarm bells sounded.
According to Capt. Ken Binder, three of the six passengers in the vehicle suddenly fled into an adjacent residential area of Los Altos, resulting in a manhunt that included members of the Los Altos Police Department, who formed a perimeter on the edges of the search area.
Sheriff’s deputies eventually apprehended five of the six passengers. A canine unit conducted a yard-to-yard search for the final passenger – but to no avail.
Binder added that at least one neighbor aided in the search by providing tips to officers at the scene.
Deputies later found two loaded handguns in the car, including one that was stolen, after the suspects’ arrest.
According to Binder, authorities believe the suspects may be connected to a residential shooting in San Jose that occurred the day before.
The suspects – all of them San Jose residents – range in age from 18 to 21 and were arrested on charges of resisting arrest, possession of stolen property and possession of firearms.
Investigators continue to search for the lone suspect still at large.