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school is being closed tomorrow as a result. good evening. >> at this late hour, it's an active crime scene and an active search. a deadly shooting in novado has a neighborhood on alert, this is mapping next to the morin country club and a high school said that the students were involved. we have the late breaking details. >> reporter: yeah, investigators are not saying much about the suspects or the victims in the case. but we have this letter from matt baldwin, the principal at the high school, went out to the parents and it said, no school tomorrow because students were involved in the shootings out here today. now, those shooters according to investigators long gone after the assault. one of which proved deadly. the deputies swarmed the area after receiving a 9-1-1 call about 5:00 this evening. it was a call made by a male
that said they were shot by other males. >> we sent a number of officers that did an intense search of the area. the rural area behind us. during the course of the search, they located what was going to be our second victim. sadly i'm reporting that that victim was determined to be deceased at the scene. >> both victims only described as hispanic males. neighbors in the quiet cuddle da sack are stuns. >> i won't be sending my daughters up there, i will tell you that. i used to allow them to go up there with friends and as long as there's multiple people, take a hike. now, i don't know. scary. >> reporter: the body is still in the preserve where it was found. while a sheriff's department spokesman said there's no danger in the immediate area. >> we have armed officers posted in various places up there. if nothing else to provide security, for now, the detectives that are up there at the scene.
>> reporter: it's said that they will have crews out here at day break to continue to process the scene. they will have members of the search and rescue team going up and down the preserve looking for some evidence in this case and again, no school at the high school tomorrow because students from that school were involved in this attack. live in n on. vado, nbc bay area news. >> thank you very much, we are following another developing story tonight. a 15-year-old girl is missing and police say she may be hurt. this is the girl, she is seen here and never arrived at school. this is the man that police are looking for regarding her disappearance, 19-year-old fernando castro. now police say someone saw him on the over crossing this morning. >> there was a form of altercation that happened there, there was a shot heard in the area at that time and a witness saw a female be drug away that had blood on her face.
we are very concerned. >> witnesses went to say that castro was seen carrying a gun. >> the fire in vallejo, this is a father accused of killing his 5-year-old son and severely injuring his mother. he is now in jail. he turned himself in this morning. we first broke the story on twitter. now, he has been on the run for four days after detectives say he caused that deadly fire. >> poured gasoline on the female victim and lit her on fire and then the gasoline spilled in the room and that ignited the house on fire. >> the boy's mother is still in critical condition. he was making comments about suicide. >> taking it to the govern, leaders in the east bay are fed up after a string of freeway shootings. their plan to take their
frustrations to the top by sending a letter to the governor asking for cameras. >> reporter: that's right, 28 shootings along freeways in almeida and contra costa counties, a scary thought for people that drive this corridor. i talked to a victim of last night's shooting and she considers herself very lucky. nbc bay area, one of the first crews on the scene. we spotted a woman standing near her car, with a window shattered. today, she agreed to tell us what happened as she drove home on interstate 80 if we agreed to not say her name or show her face. >> what i saw was, you know, a vehicle on the road. kind of coming in and out of traffic. and didn't have their lights on. >> then she heard a loud noise, she thought someone was having car trouble.
>> i heard four pops. >> the window on the driver's side of her car was blown out. >> it could have hit me, it could have hit my dog. >> the east bay resident is the latest victim of the rash of highway shootings in the aeft bay. last night, a man was shot in the leg. he suffered a nonlife threatening injury. >> evidence suggests the shootings are gang related with different gangs involved. >> mayors of five cities, located along the corridor, want the governor's help to pay for cameras along the highway. >> we all need to come together and just make sure that the public is aware that we are doing everything possible to keep them safe. >> five mayors will be holding their meeting tomorrow morning, if they sign the declaration for help, one of them will be traveling in hopes of getting an immediate response from the governor. reporting live in hercules.
>> the san jose sharks are headed to the stanley cup finals. >> it's happening, it's the feel go story of the year. a wild scene tonight at the shark tank, as the sharks eliminate the st. louis blues, plenty of hugs and kisses all around. the sharks are going to the final round of the playoff for the first time in franchise. much more than a hockey story, this is a celebration for san jose, excitement and tears of joy spilling out in to the streets after the game. nbc bay area's ian colt joins us from the shark tank. and it's a shining moment for san jose, a lot of people have waited a long time for this. >> yeah, raj, 25 years. that's what we kept hearing, over and over and over again, fans cheering it outside of the stadium. you see things calmed down a bit here. they have all moved to the bars downtown san jose.
a lot of fun down here. fans still enjoying a bit. there were fireworks over downtown. it was a historic night in san jose. tonight, was unlike any night. any other game in 25 years. a fan base that waited to cheer like this. scream like this. goal after goal, the sharks silenced the blues, 5-2. they could feel it all game. >> what? >> yes! yes! >> unbelievable! her second game ever! she doesn't know anything but winning. let's keep doing it. >> not like in years past with playoff disappointment, these fans have been through players, coaches, seasons. >> it will be 25 years. >> this year, this team, these
fans are moving forward. >> i didn't that in all my life, i would see this, never, ever. so exciting. >> reporter: it's time the stanley cup is in sight, game one is on monday. >> and it's a celebration, pretty civil here, no overturned cars or anything like that. game one on monday. it could be here depending on what happens in the eastern conference finals. for now, the party is started in san jose. reporting live in front of the home of the western conference champions. ian cole, nbc bay area news. >> it sounds nice to hear that, the party will be in san jose for the next couple of weeks. the stanley cup final begins on memorial day against pittsburgh or tampa, we will know tomorrow night. later in this news coast, brodie brazil will join us and talk about the unchartered territory for the sharks. >> turning now to decision 2016. hilary back in the bay.
presidential hopeful, hilary clinton is wooing voters with a series of public and private appearances today and tomorrow ahead of june's primary. but her visit comes just as the state department releases a report about her personal e-mail account. we are live in san jose with more on the politics and the controversy. >> reporter: hilary clinton is hosting an event here in san jose tomorrow at park side hall. you see signs are up. the state department's report criticizing her use of a personal e-mail gives voters that are on the fence, something to think about. the motorcade leaves a fundraiser in atherton. the price of admission, 5,000 to $25,000. >> looks like she has a good chance at being president. >> john said that about 500 people attended. outside, supporters were confident clinton will win the white house. >> i believe she is the person who can best unite the democrat
party and beat donald trump. >> i think it would be cool to have a female president. >> reporter: clinton spoke to supporters earlier in the day. >> i said i will introduce comprehensive immigration reform within my first 100 days aspresident. >> reporter: she did not talk about the report that said she violated cybersecurity guidelines by using a private e-mail. >> she is as crooked as they come. she had bad news today. >> reporter: with california's june primary around the corner, political analysts say the timing of the report is not good for clinton. >> this is a chance for sanders to stay in the game and for clinton, it's a chance for sanders to put her away. >> bay area news. >> i just couldn't take it anymore. >> she said she told police she was molested but it took nearly two years for the authorities to arrest the accused abuser. up next, a stunning admission
from the district attorney's office about what happened and why the da is now apologizing. >> also ahead, hollywood drama that ends in handcuffs, what we have learned about a man who climbed, yep, on one of the world's most famous signs this evening. >> and good evening, i'm jeff renieri, we are tracking a warm up that now you whi-- that now includes 90s.
a teenage girl found the courage to report sexual abuse she said that she endured since being second grader. after waiting two years with her alleged abuser still on the street. she turned to us for help. we have now what was uncovered about how the case and many others move through the system. vicki? >> reporter: raj and jess, you will meet a young woman with determination, you will hear how
she reported the molestation that she said she survived and how the system failed her. our investigation spurred an arrest, a rare apology and a promise from the da that this case of justice delayed won't be justice denied. she said that she was just 7 years old, the first time it happened. >> we were playing hide and go seek. i went to hide under the bed. >> reporter: the accused her stepfather. >> when he found me, he was touching me on top of my clothes. from then on, like this happened every day. >> reporter: michelle said she was molested too many times to count. >> why go on with life? like what did i do to deserve all this? and for seven years i hid all this. >> reporter: scared that her abuser would carry out her threat to hurt her mother and deport her family.
>> if i would tell, we would have nowhere to go. >> reporter: at 14, michelle said she could no longer keep his secret. i felt i was going to die her mom said. i believed her right away. they went to san jose police where michelle said that detectives interviewed her for hours and then listened to phone messages she said that her stepfather left. begging her mother not to report him. that was july 2014, 11 months later the police filed the case with the district attorney. the da wanted an additional interview and the police resubmitted the case in august, 13 months after the initial report. >> i don't know why they took so long. >> reporter: michelle finally contacted the investigative unit
after reporting her stepfather tried to confront her in person. >> i even went down to the police station the day he saw me at the school. he tried to get me to talk to him. they didn't do anything. >> reporter: in late march, we called the santa clara da to ask about michelle's case, two days later the da issued an arrest warrant and the stepfather plead not guilty. >> it was human error. >> reporter: this is the senior district attorney in charge of the team prosecuting sex crimes in santa clara county. >> a tremendous apology is owed to the victim. i apologize to her. >> reporter: she was reminded about the case in february, seven months after it was submitted. >> it was either misplaced or misfiled or lost. when san jose police followed up with your office in february. you realized you didn't have the file, why didn't you expedite that and then make the arrest
sometime in that month? >> i don't know that i have an answer for that. >> reporter: and as far as the arrest being made after we called, are you saying that was a coincidence? >> i can't speak to that. >> reporter: the investigative unit reviewed records for the past three years of child molestation cases submitted to the district attorney, we found on average the da files charges within a month but 19 cases took six months to three years before the da took action. how confident are you that there are no other cases that have been mishandled or lost in the system? >> i'm confident in the quality of the people that work in this office. >> i don't think we dropped the ball on this case. >> reporter: lieutenant jason todd is in charge of the case. he personally reviewed the case after we raised questions about the 11-month investigation. >> the detectives did a very
good interview on everybody involved. and the case is a good case. >> reporter: and you don't think it took too long? >> no. >> reporter: so we tried to find out on average, how long it takes san jose pd and every other police agency in the county to investigate a report of molestation. most agencies keep track of that information. san jose does not. why doesn't sjpd track how long it takes to investigate the cases? >> we don't track the time because the time is really not a priority for us. i mean, we do an investigation. >> it's disappointing that it took that long. >> reporter: howard bloom is the training manager for bay area women against rain. how important is it for survivors to have the cases resolved and as quickly as possible? >> it's about having their voice heard, especially if the molestation happens when they are young, children don't have a
voice. >> reporter: for michelle, reclaiming her voice has given her back some peower. >> as soon as i spoke up about it, i was relieved. you are not alone, you can speak up any day. you have a voice. >> reporter: michelle is seeking counciling with the support of her family, meanwhile, the district attorney's office is now reviewing 50 active sexual assault cases to make sure no others are languishing or lost like michelle's. guys. >> a troublining story indeed. if you have a -- >> all right, let's switch gears here, let's talk about the next couple of days and what kind of stanley cup final can we expect? >> well, you know, i knew you were going to ask this. >> is it icy? >> no, not at all. it's game winning for the sharks fans, no doubt. pulling through with a great
forecast for the sharks, no doubt. we know they can do it. let's get a look at the forecast as we look at tomorrow morning and the biggest change as we head through your thursday morning will be a lot less in the way of cloud cover, north bay, mostly clear skies, chilly 49, a bit of fog in san francisco and 53, but again, not quite as cloudy for the south bay and 52 to start. we have had this trough of row pressure the past couple of days, it's been the source of the cooler weather to start the week and now, that is positioned across nevada and new mexico and utah. take a look at the seven-day forecast bottom of the screen. friday, saturday, sunday, also memorial day of next week, we are good for at least a ten-degree warm up. tomorrow, it will not be super uncomfortable, i know you will notice it outside. cooper tino, 79 and sunny skies. and for those that want to go to the shark tank and take photos, get geared up for what could be
coming our way. we are looking at 78 and sunny skies. picture perfect. 76? palo alto, and back to pacific a 62. san francisco, you still need a jacket and sunny skies across the financial district and 66 degrees. for the north bay, east bay and tri-valley, beautiful weather, 79 across pleasant on, and heading to oakland, 70 and back towards fremont, 79. the hotter weather is coming our way by the up coming weekend and you will see it for saturday, sunday, and monday. upper 80s in the south bay, and by memorial day, on monday, 90 degrees in the south bay. if things workout, raj, as you were mentioning and the game is here on monday, it will be fantastic weather for the sharks next monday. >> maybe we can open the roof of the shark tank and play. >> a live news cast, maybe. >> this is new for all of us. we have never been to the final. >> i say tailgating.
>> thank you, jeff. >> sure. >> tired of waiting, a possible solution to the long lines at airport security check points. >> and we have jimmy too. >> i'm here with the men and women of the u.s. military. do not change the channel. investigators say construction may have played a role in a deadly train cash that killed a mother and daughter yesterday. the woman's car was hit by an amtrak train. on twitter, there's a story called 365 in los angeles today that opened. back in 2:00 with more news.
busted 54 sca-- busted for scaling one of the most famous signs in the world. a youtube prankster climbed on to the hollywood sign today, he started waving a flag that said, i'm back. it's unclear what that is referring to. l.a.p.d. promptly arrested him and another man. >> just in time for the summer travel season, a solution to the long airport security lines. the administrators for the tsa said that new screeners will be added to the busiest airports and the new screeners will start mid june. >> if you cannot grab a seat, grab a handle. b.a.r.t. revealing a new plan. they are considering adding more hand strap on the trains. right now, there's 30 per car and the proposal is to increase that number to 80.
pavelski, with a left hand. he scored! so much cheering tonight, joe pavelski, the shark's captain leading the way tonight. really a super star performance throughout the playoffs. the sharks beat the st. louis blues, 5-2. as we mentioned earlier in the news cast. what a night, that's the conference finals trophy. but -- >> don't touch it. >> that's not good luck. the sharks want the big one, the stanley cup trophy. and for the first time in franchise history, they are going to the stanley cup finals. >> we still don't know who the sharks will play in the championship series, but we know the tickets will be pricey. >> history ain't cheap. on stubhub, lower deck seats whi which is your type of seat, a thousand. upper deck, $500. whos that best seat in the house, brodie brazil is with us
now. >> we are here at the sap center. scott, you have been to three stanley cup finals, what is the biggest difference from round three, that the sharks just played in and advanced from to the final round? >> everything is magnified. now you are going in uncharted waters where it's 100 times more magnified. you will find out. people will be calling from all over the world asking for tickets. you know -- >> favors. >> favors and everything. and the most important thing is you got there, you are there, enjoy it and anything can happen. you are that close for your dream to come true. >> for me, it's a wonderful accomplish nfor the sharks organization. and the bay area. they have been waiting a long time for this. scott and i were a part of sharks alumni and we are riding the wave because we are excited to get to the finals. >> in the past 19 months, the bay area has had the super bowl, the nba finals and a world series and now the stanley cup final. back to you guys. >> this is perfect.
we told you it was an exciting night for the sharks, jimmy fallon pokes fun at the team. >> it's -- he was voted to sign a three-year deal with puberty. he was not doing to sign. [ laughter ] >> poor mueller. >> it's all in good fun. >> yeah. >> it's all in good fun. next, they will talk about joe thornton's beard, a lot of jokes there. >> that's going to do it for us, we will see you tomorrow. >> thank you for joining us, goodbye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- adam sandler, karlie kloss, musical guest anderson .paak