Tag Archives: James Rivera

Property owner takes city to small claims court

Fran McVey, the San Jose-based landlord who owns the triplex at Bancroft Way and Salters Drive where police shot and killed 16-year-old James Rivera last summer – and whose $3,194 claim for damages was denied last year – is taking the city to small claims court, according to online court records. He’s asking for $1,000 […]

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Rivera protesters approach FBI

Activists protesting the officer-involved shooting death of 16-year-old James Rivera have been calling for an FBI investigation. Today, they gathered outside one of the agency’s offices on West March Lane, and Record colleague Zack Johnson stopped by, filing this account: The group, comprised of family members of Rivera, other supporters and Ralph Lee White, a […]

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Triplex owner seeks building permit for repairs after Rivera crash

Fran McVey, the owner of the north Stockton triplex that James Rivera crashed into before he was shot and killed by law enforcement officers, went to City Hall on Tuesday and applied for his building permit to make the repairs, he told me today. McVey was warned by city code enforcers to start making repairs […]

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City Council live – commotion over Rivera

Several speakers have showed up, as they did at the last City Council meeting, to protest the shooting death of 16-year-old James Rivera. There are not protests or crowds of the same magnitude as last time, but a few speakers already have addressed the council. There was a bit of commotion in the council chambers, […]

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