SAN JOSE, Calif. (KRON) — One man is dead after being stabbed near San Jose State University early Friday morning. A male suspect who remained at the scene was arrested, San Jose Police Department said.

The stabbing occurred around 4:17 a.m. in the area of South 4th and San Carlos streets, police said.

“No one affiliated with San José State University, including students, was involved in the stabbing on 4th and San Carlos Streets this morning,” the university told KRON4 Friday.

An adult male suspect at the scene was taken into custody by the San Jose State University Police Department and subsequently arrested by SJPD. He was later booked into Santa Clara County Jail for homicide. His identity has not been released at this time.

The incident is isolated and has no connection to the campus or its students, SJPD said. There is no ongoing threat to the public. The motive of the stabbing is under investigation.

This is San Jose’s 26th homicide of 2023, police said.