Police Said that San Jose Girl Was Attacked While Walking Home from School!

A disturbing incident unfolded in San Jose when a girl walking home from school was attacked by a homeless man, police reported. The attack occurred just before 5:30 p.m. on April 9 near South 11th Street and Interstate 280.

According to the San Jose Police Department (SJPD), the suspect, identified as 50-year-old Julian Salvador Martinez, grabbed the girl and forced her under the highway overpass where he sexually assaulted her. SJPD spokesperson Stacie Shih detailed that Martinez approached the girl on a dark-colored bicycle, pulled her beneath the overpass, and assaulted her. The victim managed to fight off Martinez, who then fled the scene on his bicycle.

Police Said that San Jose Girl Was Attacked While Walking Home from School

Martinez is known to frequent “The Jungle,” a large homeless encampment along a creek near Senter Road and Keyes Street, as well as the area around East Williams Street and South 10th Street. Police believe Martinez is aware of the search for him and has since been evicted from his encampment.

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Described as 5 feet 11 inches tall with dark hair and a mustache, Martinez was last seen wearing a black baseball cap with yellow lettering and a black sweatshirt. Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is urged to contact Detective Addy of the San Jose Police Sexual Assault Investigations Unit via email at [email protected] or call 408-277-4102.

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