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Police detectives on Sunday arrested a suspect in a shooting incident at San Jose State University Thursday.

Joseph “Joey” Vicencio, 21, was identified following the release of surveillance photos Friday showing a person of interest that generated a tip to police, officials said.

San Jose State University Police arrested Joseph “Joey” Vicencio, 21, as a suspect in the shooting at San Jose State University Thursday, September 19, 2019. Several shots were fired in multiple directions and struck the Martin Luther King Jr. Library and a parking structure but police have not found any victims.

Police were summoned at 6:20 p.m. Thursday to a shots fired call in the 100 block of East San Fernando Street, where they found damage to the parking structure and the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library. Multiple rounds had been fired in various directions. No victims were located.

Detectives canvassed the area, talked to witnesses and obtained photos of someone seen in the area at the time of the shooting. The person of interest was described as a white male adult in his early 20s, wearing a blue medical mask, a black hooded sweatshirt, tan pants, possible Nike brand shoes and a blue/gray backpack.

San Jose Police Department Police arrested Joseph “Joey” Vicencio, 21, as a suspect in the shooting at San Jose State University Thursday, September 19, 2019. Several shots were fired in multiple directions and struck the Martin Luther King Jr. Library and a parking structure but police have not found any victims.

Vicencio was booked into Santa Clara County Jail on charges of shooting at an inhabited dwelling, attempted murder, assault with a firearm, discharge a firearm in a gross negligent manner, and possession of a firearm in public.

Anyone with additional information is asked to contact Detective Matthew Sanfilippo of the San Jose Police Department’s Assaults Unit at (408) 464-8379 or 4186@sanjoseca.gov.

Tips can be submitted anonymously at (408) 947-7867.

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