tv ABC7 News 1100PM ABC August 5, 2014 11:00pm-11:36pm PDT
the woman caught trying to sneak on to planes at sfo a half dozen times has breached security at another bay area airport and this time it worked. good evening. i'm dan ashley. she made it to l.a. without a ticket. a security breech raising serious concerns. 62-year-old marilyn hartman sliped past a security check p oi nt at mineta san jose and boarded a plane and flew away. alan wang is live. alan she has been trying it for quite some time and this time it worked. >> this woman is recognize believe a. her face was splashed all over the news earlier this year after she was arrested for sneaking past a tsa checkpoint at sfo. a judge ordered her to undergo
psychiatric treatment and stay away from the airport, but she tried it again. this time marilyn hart -- hartman took flight and headed to los angeles. they conducted a head count in the air and she was arrested in los angeles. >> she should have never gotten on that plane. >> they say ma mineta san jose airport security told them she bypassed a document checker while he was examining a family's boarding passes. >> pulled the same stunt at the gate before getting on the plane. found a family and went around. >> swalwell is on the homeland security subcommittee. >> two incidents of unticketed passengers getting on a plane at san jose within the last four months is concerning. >> swalwell called for improved perimeter security as a boy climbed a fence at mineta san jose and survived a flight in the wheel well of a
plane. the tsa agents need more training. >> the passenger was screened by tsa for any items. it is important to point that out. >> the tsa is already making adjustments. meanwhile, he will be working in washington to make sure this doesn't happen again. in san jose, alan wang, abc7 news. >> as we have said, hartman has tried to get past airport security six times before. at sfo a february 15th, she made it on to a plane bound for hawaii. fortunately she was caught before the plane took off. three days later she tried again and was caught. then again on february 20th and she was ordered to stay away from the airport unless she had a ticket. but that didn't stop her. she was arrested on march 18th and she tried again on march 26th. hart -- hartman was arrested
on april 7th and now this time on a a trip to los angeles. a bomb threat at the west oakland bart station brought service to a stop. at 7:30 someone reported a possible bomb on an ac transit bus parked right under the tracks near the west oakland bart station. the bus and the station and the businesses and homes in that neighborhood were evacuated and the k-9 dogs checked it out. the trains stopped running through the tube for nearly two hours. this walls the result. it caused major problems as you can see from the crowd on the embarcadero platform. the man caught on surveillance video is under arrest tonight. it happened when the homeowner posted the video on youtube and they let us know the burglar was caught by a san jose police officer working on his day off. thanks in large part to the crystal clear images of the
homeowner's security camera. we now know the name of the landscape contractor who was killed while picking up trash along the freeway in redwood city today. the chp says mark santos of san mateo was working along the shoulder of southbound highway 101. when the 38-year-old from san jose veered off the road and hit him, santos died and another worker was badly hurt. the chp is still trying to determine what caused him to veer off the road and cause this tragedy. tonight the fbi is on the case after a grocery store in berkeley is vandalized. attacked apparently because of something that store just like your grocery store sells. cornell bernard is live with the story. >> a single anonymous animal rights extremist is taking responsibility for vandalism at star grocery. they targeted other stores that sell meat products in the past. it has now caught the
attention of the fbi. >> he has owned star groceries since 1972. the front windows have been replaced, but this is what they looked like recently after someone threw a rock when the store was closed. the upscale meat market in the back of the store was the apparent target. they took the credit on the website bite back belonging to a florida-based animal rights group. they posted cage free organic, murder is murder and death is death. >> we don't understand the logic of no one should eat meat. that's extremism. >> he doesn't know why he was targeted, but the fbi is investigating the attack and had interviewed store employees. the meat market is a separate business. workers say they have nothing to hide.
>> it is meat, but there is no reason we should be targeted. >> it is absurd. >> customers like lyndsay say the vandalism is misguided. >> i am a vegetarian myself and had the same compassion for animals, but it doesn't mean i need to take out my anger on local businesses. for now nick papas is moving forward after shelling out $1300 . cornell bernard, abc7 news. >> you have noticed it, more moisture in the air means more muggy weather. could we get some rain out of this? here is a live look from our exploratorium camera along the water in san francisco. spencer christian is here now with live doppler 7hd. >> we have not so much moisture in the area as we had a few hours ago. lots of cloud cover. little trails of moisture beginning to push offshore. however, we have some little specs of moisture over the bay
between san francisco and oakland. oakland had a trace of rainfall earlier in the evening. that's less than .01 of an inch. meanwhile we are looking at the circulation that was produced in the last hour. lightning strikes associated with those storms and as the moisture and instability combine we could see some isolated showers and maybe even a thundershower. dan? >> spencer, thanks. a witness to a bank robbie and a shootout, a -- bank robbery and shootout has shed new light on what happened. the man who wants to remain anonymous was inside the bank of the west when it happened three weeks ago. he said the robbers pushed him to the ground and told them to stair at the carpet. when police showed up they took three people hostage. misty sing and two others died. >> we get out side and hear
from the inside drop your weapons, drop your weapons, get down. the cops were on the scene. they came back and said who pushed the button? who pushed the button? the cops are here. we thought we were going to die. >> just terrifying. police are still searching for the driver who dropped off the robbers. the men said it was a woman behind the wheel. former taliban prisoner bowe bergdahl will be questioned by an army investigator. these are new pictures preparing for questioning with these attorney today. his attorney says bergdahl is healthy and mentally ready to answer questions. bergdahl was held by the taliban for five years before he was returned in a prisoner swap in may. he left his out post in afghanistan deliberately, but he has not accused bergdahl of actually deserting. well commuters unite. coming up next, why you should
never get in the way of muni riders heading home. and 70 years, that's how long they have been waiting. the dream come true for a local man a and his family. great story. >> i have never been on live television before. >> but apparently he may have a future in the business. wait until you see this young guy in action. stay with us. that's coming up in a moment. first, here is jimmy kimmle. >> take a gander at what's up with us after the news. >> ♪ from the west coast down to texas ♪ ♪ the land is parched and dry ♪ ♪ the reservoirs are shrinkin evewith the highest levelde of engineering...
design... safety... and performance. our latest creation is no different. with one exception... introducing the mercedes-benz b-class. it's electric! it's electric! the first electric vehicle from mercedes-benz. h, fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know words really can hurt you? what...? jesse don't go! jesse...no! i'm sorry daisy, but i'm a loner. and a loner gotta be alone. heee yawww! o. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. jesse? nds]
say the and the country, people stepped outdoors to take a stand against crime. maybe you did this. it is national night out. it is a chance for neighbors to come together and get to know one another and send a message. the gatherings in san jose come after the counsel shot down ballot measures that would have given more money to police. >> this is national night out at its best. when police, parents and kids can all come together and form a partnership to create a stronger community. but the reality is, san jose residents for the most part are not happy. >> the officers that are just not around. >> safety is their key complaint. earlier the san jose city council took up the issue by considering sales tax measures that could have helped put more police on the streets.
both measures failed and would not go before voters in november. >> i am not happy that it did not pass. it is not good news. >> he admits he is caught in the middle. he wants more officers and the mayor says the special public safety sales tax could have raised $34 million. but the police union and other members backed a different general sales tax that could have been used more broadly. >> everything is connected. when you have kids in the library and the community centers along with a well-staffed police force that's when the crimes are going down. >> some didn't mind the idea of paying more for police. >> the earliest similar measure could be resurrected would be 2016. lisa amin gulezian abc7 news. >> we want to see your national night out photos.
share them at you report at kgo-tv.com. a show of solidarity in san francisco when a muni light rail train got stuck. it was stucked because a car was blocking its path. passengers got off the train and walked up to the car. they literally took matters into their own hands and lifted it out of the way. they took a few tries, but just enough for the train to slip by. two brothers are making up for lost time. frank holland and john holland have not seen each other since the 1940s frank lives in san rafael where a hospital worker helped track down his long lost brother. after a a couple of phone calls frank went to tennessee to reconnect. >> he was asleep and i went over to him and i woke him up gently.
we embraced and i cried then too. >> just a beautiful story. the holland brothers plan to spend as much time together as possible from this point forward. tonight the little boy putting a tv reporter on notice, all reporters in fact. he has become an internet sensation after stealing the show and the microphone during an interview at the county fair. geo benitez was brave enough to go one on one with this tiny scene stealer. >> it started with a simple question. >> what did you think of the ride? >> it was great. i have never been on live television before. >> and 5-year-old noah ritter was apparently to make a debut with abc's station wnep. >> i don't watch the news. i am a kid [inaudible]. grandpa watches the powerball. >> right there at the wayne
county fair, apparently giving a play by play of the rides. >> apparently you are spinning around and apparently every time you get dizzy. i went on that and was scared half to death. i freak out. >> so world news dropped in on him. >> did you ever expect to go to the fair and be a superstar like you are now? >> no, i did not expect that. >> we join him at his sandbar digging for dinosaurs. >> i was a little embarrassed. >> why? >> because i said all of that stuff about my life. >> about your wife? >> about my life. >> oh your life. >> tonight on the world stage with the last word. >> with geo, now back to you. okay, now can i be done? >> geo benitez. he has a future. what a pistol. let's talk to spencer about the weather forecast. i like it. >> so i have to follow that act?
thanks a lot. here is live doppler 7hd. moisture is streaming through the bay area. much of it is offshore right now. although that doesn't mean we won't get a shower. there is a possibility of an isolated shower in the bay area overnight and maybe even a thunderstorm as the atmosphere is more unstable. here is a look at coit tower here at abc7 under partly cloudy skies. the temperatures are in the midto upper 60s in oakland and san carlos and san jose. gilroy 62 and 59 at half moon bay. here is a nice view from the emeryville camera. not much evidence of the thick cloud cover, but we expect the clouds to thicken overnight. it is in the mid60s in santa rosa and napa and novato. 68 concord and 75 in livermore. and one lovely view from our exploratorium cam riew -- camera. you can see the ferry building off in the distance. it will be cloudy and mild and isolated showers are possible. the clearing trend continues
and that will continue for the remainder of the week. here is the satellite-radar indicating why we have this rather unusual weather. an upper level low destabilized the atmosphere is central to our east, northeast. the wrap around moisture is moving throughout the bay area. if it becomes more unstable we could see a thunderstorm as there have been thunderstorms well to our north, but not in the immediate bay area. showers possible as we animate the maps and show you the movement of clouds and moisture overnight. by midday the clearing and the drying out will have begun. the skies will be sunnier than they are today and we will start to get milder and more normal mid-august and early august weather. lots and clouds and maybe a sprinkle or two and lows in the upper 50s to low 60s. tomorrow's highs in the south bay will be generally in the low 80s. upper 80s farther south and on the peninsula upper 70s to around 80 at redwood city. midup toker 60s on the coast and downtown san francisco 69
degrees. low 80s in the north bay valleys. midto upper 70s on the east bay and inland east bay and highs in the upper 80s to 90 in antioch and 92 at brentwood. here is the seven-day forecast. we will have a steady pattern with highs around or above 90 degrees. it warms up more across the board on monday. mid-nineties inland and mid80s around the bay. upper 60s on on the coast. >> warm and not extreme. thanks, spencer. lair a rebeale is here. the -- larry beil is here. the search for wildlife at the coliseum continues. >> we are critter free. no rally possum tonight. who needs the possum when you have cocoa?
he gets a ready for you alert the second his room is ready. books at laquinta.cod books at laquinta.com, so he knows exactly when he can prep for his presentation. and when steve is perfectly prepped, ya know what he brings? and that's how you'll increase market share. any questions? can i get an "a", steve? yes! three a's! amazing sales! he brings his a-game! la quinta inns and suites is ready for you, so you'll be ready for business. the ready for you alert, only at laquinta.com! la quinta! ♪watching everybody eating ♪what they want all day
jasonhamls took the mound with an e.r.a over 9. hamels needed a good outing over the tampa bay fans. >> arms are crossed and show me something hamel, pitch like you did for the cubs. they got out of two early jams and gets longoria on a double play ball. they would get the win and no score into the fifth. it is coco crisp starting for the first time in two weeks. he laces one to right. heading for home and a bad throw. cocoa ends up at third and his one hit of the night turns out to be big. 1-0a's. he smokes the base hit and derrick norris is the catcher, but he can run. he can try to score from first, but check out the relay. it is just a bit outside. a's win it 3-0 to go two up on the angels.
here it comes and there it goes in the third. carlos gomez. brewers up 2-0. he enjoys his slide. pablo sandoval and the man who knows his way around a good bratwurst. the panda unloads on jimmy nelson. his 13th of the year and tied at three. timmy is out and gene macci is in and uncharacteristically gives this one up. 4-3 milwaukee and in the 9th hunter pens at first and ricky weeks, well the throw is late. call overturned and he is out. and that ends the game. the giants fall 4-3 and they are now two and a halfback. the niners are kick willing -- kicking of on the pre-season. colin kaepernick will play a series or two. kap was asked if there was
more incentive to win because they beat the 9ers in super bowl xlvii? >> no, this is pre-season. if it was a regular season game that would be different. right now we are trying to do what we need to do to get better and get ready for the season. >> keep kap safe. and the raiders play the vikings on saturday. >> football is back. thanks.
the wait is over for even faster internet. xfinity is now doubling the internet speed... ...on two of our most popular plans. xfinity continues to innovate, bringing you the fastest, most reliable internet...period. xfinity internet from comcast, now double the speed. weather. mostly cloudy and sprinkles are possible. mild inland. enjoy your day. >> thanks very much. that's our report. abc7 news continues on-line, and on facebook and your mobile devices with our abc7 news app. right now jimmy kimmle, ted
from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! [ cheers and applause ] tonight -- ted danson, eva green and music from jake owen. with cleto and the cletones. and now, what do you know? here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's very nice. thank you, guys. nice to see you guys. hi, everyone. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for watching. and at home, thank you for watching. thank you for coming. i'm glad you're here. it would be embarrassing if you