Jared Yuen (SJPD Officer) Bio, Age, Family, Race, Twitter, Salary

Jared Yuen Biography

Jared Yuen is a San Jose Police Department officer badge number 4362 who was seen getting excited and smirking his lips during the protest in San Jose, California. He was also seen in another video telling a protester ‘shut up bi*ch’.

Jared Yuen Badge

His badge number is 4362.

Jared Yuen Ethnicity

He belongs to Asian descent.

Jared Yuen Twitter

Jared began trending on Twitter after a video on Twitter went viral because he looked a little too hyped about getting it on with the protestors.

Jared Yuen Salary

According to San Jose payrolls for the 2019 fiscal year, Yuen made $225,886 in total compensation. He received a salary of $119,273, overtime pay was $67,747, $23,127 was received as benefits and $15,740 came from other types of compensation.

Jared Yuen Firing

People are filing complaints with the San Jose Police Department hoping to get him fired but at the time of writing this article, he has not been fired nor has the SJPD released a statement about the same.

Jared Yuen Apologized

According to screenshots posted a Twitter a person texted him asking if he was the man on the video to which he confirmed it was him but claimed the video was taken out of context and it was just ‘the heat of the moment’ and added ‘I apologize.’

Jared Yuen Police officer

Yuan had previously appeared in the media again but at the time it was for arresting a suspect who had rammed a stolen car twice into a SJPD patrol car.

According to the article by NBC, the suspect Juan Aguilar was arrested on suspicion of ramming a police vehicle on the morning of Oct. 25, 2016, prompting two officers to shoot at him.
Three officers were on foot patrol shortly after midnight in the 400 block of Wooster Avenue west of Highway 101 when they heard over the police radio that a stolen car was headed their way. One of the officers, who was later identified as Jared Yuen, had just entered his patrol vehicle when he saw the stolen car with Aguilar allegedly inside. Aguilar allegedly changed gears and backed up into a cul-de-sac.

Yuen attempted to stop Aguilar but he didn’t comply but instead drove head-on into Yuen’s patrol vehicle. Aguilar allegedly then drove in reverse, crashed into a parked big-rig and drove again into Yuen’s patrol vehicle. The two other officers fired at Aguilar but he fled the scene.

Yuen was left with a minor injury to a lower extremity, he was transported to the hospital and then released.

Aquilar was later arrested on suspicion of driving a stolen vehicle and possessing methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and burglary tools. He was booked into the county jail on suspicion of the offenses he was arrested on and on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer and auto theft.

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