SAN FRANCISCO — A 47-year-old man who police said fatally shot three of his former co-workers at a Silicon Valley high-tech firm has been arrested after a daylong manhunt.
Santa Clara Police Lt. Mike Sellers says Jing Hua Wu was arrested without incident at an intersection Mountain View on Saturday.
Police have scheduled a 3:30 p.m. news conference to release more details.
Wu had been missing since the Friday afternoon shootings at the offices of SiPort Inc., a 5-year-old company that develops digital radio semiconductors.
Police say Wu had been let go this week from his job as a product test engineer.
The victims were identified as 56-year-old Sid Agrawal, SiPort's chief executive officer: Brian Pugh, 47, the company's vice president of operations and Marilyn Lewis, 67, the company's head of human resources.
Police responded Friday after receiving reports of shots being fired at the office complex shortly before 4 p.m. They determined the employees had been shot with a handgun.
Wu was booked into Santa Clara County Jail on three murder counts.