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throws a rock through the window of donald trump's busy denver campaign office. >> a chase ins in a fiery crash. >> it just went up in flames. >> a nurse accused of swapping patient's painkillers for saline and benadryl. >> and a million dollars bond for a teenager accused of making explosives in castle rock. >> we begin with a breaking story as vandals hit ld tonight for the second time in 24 hours. our lauren dispirito was there at 18 and clarkson. this time it was a rock through the window. >> reporter: jim, this is the rock that staff and volunteers say came flying through the window. it didn't just break the outside pane, but the pane behind it the crews had just replaced. about two dozen people were inside the headquarters at the time that they were making
old boy was actually sitting where the rock landed just before this happened shortly before 8:00 tonight. the security guard who works here at the headquarters was able to detain the man police believe is responsible. he held the person down until police arrived and they took him into custody. no word on what charges he may face. this is the second time in less than 24 hours this office has been vandalized. earlier today, staff arrived window pain. profanity and antitrump messages on the walls and spent a lot of the day cleaning that up. i talked to a volunteer who was frustrated. he witnessed this latest attack. >> this is america. it doesn't matter what candidate it is. it shouldn't come down to vandalizing. it makes you wonder how safe we really are with the people
>> reporter: now, whoever is responsible for that earlier vandalism, that person tonight or people, they are still on the run. there is no reason to believe that whoever through this rock is connected with the earlier vandalism. live tonight in denver, lauren dispirito, cbs4 news. >> thank you lauren. also developing, a nurse is in federal custody accused of stealing powerful painkillers from patients who needed them. university of alerting dozens of patients who may have been affected by dirty needles. stan bush has the latest. >> reporter: that nurse is already accused of doing this in oklahoma. then she came to colorado and committed the crime again. university hospital says they didn't know about this because charges were never pursued in that earlier case. former university hospital nurse casey unro was arrested
indictment from a federal grand jury. she allegedly stole morphine and fentanyl. she refilled the vials with saline solution. the hospital says she was fired when a discrepancy was found in the unit. they charged her with abusing six patient prescriptions from june 29 to july 12 of this year. university hospital says no patients were tested for hepatitis c as a precaution. on august 4, the state nursing board suspended her license. but it is not the first time she has been accused of the same crime. her husband tells cbs4 she had been fired from a hospital in oklahoma. in the charging documents, prosecutors say she lied to oklahoma authorities about stealing fentanyl and replacing the drug with benadryl or water. university hospital says she did pass a thorough background
time she was hired. she remains in federal custody tonight. if convicted, she faces up to ten years in prison and up to three-and-a-half million dollars in fines. live in aurora, stan bush, cbs4 news. >> thank you stan. a surgical tech arrest for doing the same thing at swedish medical center will be sentenced monday. rocky allen pleaded guilty. he was replacing needles intended for patients with syringes he had previously used. allen has hiv, hepatitis b and c. so far, there is no evidence that patients had been affected. developing tonight, a teacher and coach with more than 20 years of experience. now facing serious charges. investigators say he assaulted a student at niwot high school. karen morfitt is live at the school and a lot of students saw what happened. >> reporter: exactly jim.
class here at niwot high school. a weight lifting class. there were 20 other students there. he is now looking at a possible felony charge. the boulder county sheriff arrested 43-year-old dylan hollingsworth on friday morning for a assault of a student. he is a veteran teacher and head football coach. according to investigators, the altercation happened last month after he warned his class not he reportedly told students "the next person who used profanity would get into some sort of trouble. and might possibly be hit or kicked. when a 17-year-old male student ignored that threat, hollingsworth is said to have choked the teen and kneed him in the groin. now hollingsworth was placed on administrative leave during this investigation.
an update on a hit and run investigation in denver. the driver police say left the scene is now in custody. 27-year-old norlan estrada- reyes turned himself in last night. he hit a woman at 13th and broadway early last sunday morning, ditched his pickup. she died at the hospital. she was an attorney in denver. at a developing story, whoever shot a man walking his dog. that man ended up dying from his injuries the shooting took place on first near broadway back in june. 15-year-old john field was walking his dog when a car drove dangerously close to him. his family tells us that he hit that car with the bottle and the driver turned around and shot him. police are looking for a 2013 black camaro with tainted windows and dark rims. new information tonight on that case in castle rock where a teenager believed to have been making a bomb. you may remember halloween
detonate the device. jeff todd joins us live where the two boys were finally charged. >> reporter: karen, one of these cases was closed and it is likely it will stay that way. information has been very hard to come by in both cases but we are getting an idea of how dangerous and serious these two cases are. it s the morning when castle rock police came across two teens. we know both were carrying guns. one teen has been charged with two countsover sexual exploitation of a child and possession of a handgun. his bond is $50,000. the other teen's parents were not notified of the arrest until later monday. it was in this house they found dozens of levels of chemicals.
of sophistication from a juvenile. >> reporter: they found some chemicals in a dangerous state. the teen is charged with possession of an explosive and possession of a handgun. his bond has been placed at $1 million. earlier this week, the district attorney said it is unlikely either teen would be charged as an adult. >> it is the way colorado has set up the law to be in the rehabilitation business first. and, the punishment bu >> reporter: now because these are juvenile cases, there may be a lot of information that is held back. we may never know about the chemicals or the surprising charge. sexual exploitation of a child. these teens have follow up hearings within the next ten days. live in castle rock, jeff todd, cbs4 news. >> thanks jeff. new developments now in the case of a father and a popular chef murdered in englewood. two 16-year-olds will be
of nick lewis. he was shot to death october 1 at broadway and dartmouth. later this month. benson and lara-m aquaria s will be charged. a crane fell on a building at 42 and pecos. the crane arm was on one of construction. it will be a battle for first place when the broncos visit oakland. >> they are looking to end their run atop the afc west. mark haas, it has been a while since they had so much riding on the line. >> could 2016 mark the return of the broncos raider rivalry? it never completely went away. but it lost luster with the raiders recent run of mediocrity. oakland is once again a force to be reckoned with.
game winning streak last december and through half of this season, they matched denver's 6-2 record making sunday night a battle for first in the afc west. for bay area native t.j. ward who grew up a 49ers fan, his feeling toward the black and silver were established a long time ago. >> i just don't like them. they are from oakland. i just done like the raiders man. i couldn't tell you. just don't like them. you know? you just don't like somebody? you don' don't know why. the chemistry is just different. that's how it is. we just don't like them. >> no love lost there for t.j. but broncos are dealing with the loss of another member of the no fly zone. the latest on aqib talib later in sports. tonight, new information apt the suspected killer accused of keeping a woman chained up for months. coming up, how he lured her to his home. >> plus, why bill clinton's denver visit could be a bad sign for hillary clinton. >> everyone knows that colorado
hillary for president. >> and the fiery end of a high speed chase. >> and we continue to follow breaking news in denver tonight. someone threw a rock through donald trump's campaign office. our lauren dispirito is talking to rattled workers inside at the time. >> and we have rain down into the desert southwest. will any of it head toward
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campaign workers rattled after their trump office was vandalled twice in 24 hours. tonight's incident is much more serious. lauren dispirito is there live. >> reporter: you can tell that by the damage that is still here. now, there were about two dozen volunteers and campaign staff inside at the time when this happened. and witnesses say that the suspect appeared to actually be canvassing the area beforehand. >> he literally walked up, stopped, and chucked the rock straight through and running. >> took off running but didn't get very far. >> reporter: they say with the security guard that worked here at the trump campaign headquarters was able to actually chase the man and detain him until police arrived and they did take that one person into custody. no word yet on the charges he faces. inside the office though, cleanup still continuing. to the work can continue on. live in denver, lauren dispirito, cbs4 news. >> thank you lauren.
today, ben carson campaigned in colorado springs and castle rock. and former president bill clinton had stops in denver and fort collins today. [ cheers and applause ] >> everyone knows that colorado of all places should support hillary for president because you are the state of the future and you know that the attacks of her opponent that america is going downhill and we have a bleak future and everything is bad is wrong! are both pushing colorado to get out there and vote. >> the number of ballots mailed in so far is down. and, our state does remain a tossup. tonight, political specialist shaun boyd explains the visits today. >> reporter: all indications are the race will be tight in colorado. and, turn-out is key. hillary clinton struggleing to get african-american voters to the polls. their turnout is down significantly nationwide. and, this isn't a good sign. you could count on one hand the number of african-americans two
clinton in denver's five point neighborhoods. ben carson appealed to white college educated women. they lean republican, but are breaking for clinton this year. a lot of people in colorado holding onto their ballots. less than half have been returned. and clerks worry mail ballots take longer to process. i'm political specialist shaun boyd, cbs4 news. >> and remember, cbs4 has all of the election coverage you will need ne our news starts at 4:00 p.m. we will continue through cbs4 news at 10:00. new developments tonight in that horrifying kidnapping case in south carolina. friends say the woman found chained up at a home of a sex offender went there for a cleaning job. kala brown and her home charles carver disappeared back in august. police found kala locked in a shipping container yesterday. >> she was ...
ankle. it was locked several times. >> the suspect is charged with kidnapping right now. but more charges are expected to come. kala told investigators she watched her captor shoot and kill her boyfriend. an identified body was found on the property, police fear there is more there. we have new video for you showing a fiery end to a police chase in new york. surveillance video captures the moment the car plows into that gas pump at the station. you see the fire. the car also slams into another vehicle. well, e gets out, charges the officer, who eventually sable to tackle him. we have learned the suspect had escaped from police earlier after attacking the mother of his children. the two u.s. soldiers killed in action in afghanistan today were from fort carson. they have been identified as captain byers and ryan gloyer.
targeting taliban forces. afghan civilians also died in the raid. it is slight, but there is a chance we could see a shower tomorrow. >> we will take what we can get. >> it has been that way all month long. you see nothing going on now. at least over denver, in the eastern plains we have clear skies but you see a couple of scattered showers as we take a look. we have moisture heading right up the area. we have pretty nice weather around today. you see the cool air moving all the way down to albuquerque. 60 degrees there. warm over the southeast. you te . a 90-degree reading and a little pool of warm air just worked its way up on the west side of it. got to 72 degrees. showboated 58 this time of year. as we take a look. a little front line off the coast. high pressure holding over the east with clear skies there. look at all the high pressure in the west. but, there is our system sitting over the southwest. let's go to lauren dispirito in the colorado weather center. lauren, it isn't much. but it is all we have. >> it is all we have. in some parts of the state, it
has been hanging out over arizona making its way toward the four corners. with that, we will see an increase in moisture throughout the overnight hours and we have a little bit more come our way tomorrow. an maybe a couple of showers head into the denver area. and we have more snow possible into the south western corner. maybe a little bit into our northern and central mountain areas. there is the potential and the evening hours, there is a chance we get a little bit in parts of mesa county, montrose and delta counties. advisory in place for our south western mountains. that is an area where there could be decent moisture. we will take what we can get across the state. 10,000 feet, four to eight inches of snow above that. but, 11,000 feet. we may see over a foot of snow. so, there is some decent snowfall in parts of the state. the mountain passes always a little tricky. but it could be more so with this snow. >> that's right. where else in colorado? you are talking snow, we are
73 downtown. look at where we should be. 58 and 29. that should be just normal this time of year. and we are well above that. 76 and 10 are the records so closer certainly to the records for the high than we were today to the actual temperature that is normal. 68 in the weather watchers. firestone, brush, 69. 70 arvada. 74 sental. 76 in highlands ranch. you can see how the moisture really spreads in. that is what lauren was talking ability. now, here close county. maybe it hits denver. that will be as close as it gets. that is why we are only calling for an isolated shower. rolling into sunday. then we see the clouds begin to clear. and monday, everything clears out. you can see a couple of scattered showers over the mountains. sunny skies return as does the dry weather. 53 and 54 now. 34% humidity. we have a steady barometer. sunset through arvada through leafless trees there.
sunset from centennial airport. a pretty sky. sand a little four seater as well. as we look at temperatures tonight. mostly in the 40s and the 30s over the eastern plains. 20s and 30s for the mountains. out west, temperatures in the 30s and the 40s . still very nice tomorrow. 60s and 70s for the eastern plains. 50s mountains. out west, temperatures in the 50s to the mid 60s . here is your denver forecast. for tonight, we are looking for increasing clouds, 42 and 44 for the overnight lows. en again. just a slight chance for a stray shower. 68 and 67 the highs. and then for the next several days. how about 70 on sunday with partly cloudy skies. monday, tuesday, election day. and wednesday, low to mid 60s with sunny skies and take a look at this temperatures staying in the mid 60s right on into next weekend. >> i can't believe it. it is just so dry. thanks ed. a theft victim's tweet goes
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>> looks like the broncos defense should have brandon marshall back this week, but they will once again be without aqib talib who will miss his second straight game with a back injury. gary kubiak said he got an injection and they decided to give him another weekend of rest. kubiak didn't seem too concerned that it would derail his season. broncos certainly don't appear too concerned about covering for aqib talib during his absence. >> i like to lead, he is like how to play. so when he is out of the game, he is the guy who tries to get in there and teach. you know. those guys, you can see how roby played. he played really well. we are not going to change anything, just step up and take his place. >> it is one thing for a rookie receiver to take time. but rare to see a rookie sharp shooter unable to buy the
jamal murray who has still not made a basket in four nba games. he went 0-8 from the field. he wasn't playing a whole lot before that. but, overall, he is now missed the first 16 shots he has attempted. tough shot for the guy drafted in large part for his shoot. >> i said i don't care you are oh shots. i can't let him get down on himself. it is not fun. he has not seen the ball get through the net yet. i know that will clang change and he will be one hell of a player for us. >> so, which young nuggets player makes an all-star game first? ready set run. cubs fans running to claim their spots to celebrate the team's first world series since 1908. an estimated 5 million people
rally. 5million people! that is more than double the largest championship celebration on record. and apparently, it is the world's seventh largest gathers of humans ever. biggest on u.s. soil. that is a lot of people. coming up, someone got in trouble with coach kubiak after practice today. plus, what are they doing after michigan? turns out the wolverines are not the only on,,
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>> i'm sorry guys. hey, somebody gets hut out here doing that. you got me? both of you. okay, go ahead. all right? okay, go ahead. [ laughter ] okay. >> oh, someone got in trouble today. gary kubiak playing the role of dad stopping his interview to scold a couple of player. speaking of kids these days. have you seen this? it is called the mannequin challenge. this one from the michigan football team. it is like the opposite of the running man challenge.
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