Menlo Park: Man suspected of shooting assault rifle-style weapon turns himself in


A man who allegedly shot an assault rifle-style weapon in a Menlo Park backyard Sunday night turned himself in to the police around 2:20 p.m. today (Feb. 28).

Jose Gutierrez, 36, was booked without incident into the San Mateo County jail on charges of negligently firing a gun and possessing a stolen gun, which are both felonies, according to Menlo Park police spokeswoman Nicole Acker.

Jose Gutierrez. (Photo courtesy Menlo Park Police Department.)
Previous coverage:

● Feb. 26: Menlo Park: Assault rifle-type weapon found, suspect still on the loose.


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