San Jose police are investigating the city’s sixth homicide of the year: A man was found stabbed in what locals say is a homeless encampment behind a radio station Officer Jermaine Thomas said investigators were out this morning interviewing witnesses after a 911 call about 1 a.m. reported that a man was dead with at least one stab wound. The body was found behind 501 Wooster Ave., which is the building for KSJX, an AM radio station.
Thomas had few details on the homicide, and said the coroner had not yet identified the victim. So far, one of the city’s six homicides this year has yielded an arrest. On March 8, prosecutors charged Michael Frausto with the death of 31-year-old Albert Cobarrubias, a recent San Jose State University graduate who was shot Jan. 23 while playing pool in an open garage in the East Side neighborhood where he grew up.