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some answers on how it happened. just in surprise pd updating us on accused drunk driver who crashed into and killed 20-year- old a heck is rumer on monday. police say they were on his tail after he was thrown out of a business for threatening customers but he sped away before they could catch hip. once he's released from the hospital we will identify him. shocking act of violence against these phoenix police officers but a major question still looms what will mark payne be charged with. >> the clock is the county attorney to formally charge him or he walks out of jail >> 48 hours is the deadline here. >>reporter: that gives the county attorney until about 11:00 tomorrow night to file charges. if police have their way the headline will read attempted murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. meantime digging deeper into payne's past fighting to stay out of jail is how he landed in
white very violent person will fight with officers on contact. seems to be stating the obvious after watching this video as police say mark payne ran down three phoenix police officers outside a qt. check the date on that statement. debt despaigne 1997. payne arrested for fighting with three phoenix police officers. feelings like deja vu. the report says it started as a traffic stop expired plates and a warrant. but payne told the cops he wasn't going kicking and punching them. the officers bruised up payne slapped with felony assault charges. but at the time he had a steady job, friends wrote character references honest i a hard- working and he did work to redue his probation down to one year kept his nose clean his charges reduced tie misdemeanor. fast forward nearly 20 years here we are. everything can change and yet so much seems to stay the same.
payne is due back in court next week tuesday as for the three officers involved in this case, tonight they are all lucky enough to be back in their own beds. back to you. >> thanks so much. new video mug shots to go along with it as we learn u.s. marshals track down a woman in wick enburg accused of shooting and killing her parents. elizabeth mcdonald is her name. she's going to be sent back to texas to face the charges. poli s was also involved. he's already back behind bars in odessa. punishment handed down to a williams police officer after this arrest was caught on camera. it's an update to abc 15 exclusive. you see in the video the officer puts the suspect in a chokehold causing him to pass out. the chief of police tells us the policy was violated. officer was suspended for three days independents investigation found no wrongdoing. the suspect was being arrested
about living in arizona a battle is brewing in the east valley where construction could begin on preserved land. kim tobin joins us live from the mountain preserve where the writing is on the wall or at least some signs kim. >>reporter: oh, yeah they got the signs up tonight letting people know all about this saying this big project is under consideration at this the desert discovery center set to be built at the gateway trailhead. lot of research to do but not everyone wants to see this go up. the hiking, the wildlife, the scenery all reasons why people visit the mcdouble mountain preserve. >> mountain biking is your favorite thing. >>reporter: nathan alex and is committed to keep it just the way it is. >> they don't want to public to vote. >>reporter: the city plans to
desert discovery center. art renderingings show what looks like a museum style building that could likely cost millions of dollars but have not confirmed where the money will come from. >> i love the son or an decemberer. >>reporter: it's early in the process and the city is still conducting research. >> they will be done with that report about a year from right now and that's when the community should have a dialogue about the desert discovery center. >>reporter: the opposition claims they raised their own taxes years ago to preserve the land but supporters discovery center was always part of the original vision. >> give the people a vote on this in the november election or pull the plug until you garden us a vote on it. >> it's premature to decide whether the public will vote on it. >>reporter: one thing each side can agree on is their passion for this land. so again a lot of work to be done and decisions to be made on this, but the scottsdale city council dug plan a work
monday. the no ddc group plans to meet them there they are rallying together all to spread their message and make their voices heard once again. >> we'll be right there as well following every step. kim thank you. he exposed himself and he's only 17 now he's in big trouble. an arrest made in that jogging path creeper case although starting back in june went on for several weeks this guy was targeting women along the bridle path which runs along central. we're told that 17-year-old admitted he drove unsuspecting women mumbling something to get their attention and then exposing himself. >> i honestly thought after my incident happened that it was such a random thing that he was just going to disappear, go somewhere else and i really didn't think that he was going to be caught. >> he's only a minor a in the eyes of the law so we don't have his name or mugshot. a deadly crash in the west valley a man behind bars accused of causing. police arrested 19-year-old keith johnson and details are
to take his own life when he ran into 3 cars near litchfield and peoria this morning. 46 year-old margie yaw-mehlos was killed in that crash. to word on the condition of the other drivers. national guardsman comes home to a big surprise but it's not the good kinds. john erixon is live tonight. he had to call police just to find out where his car was. >>reporter: it all has with his license plate his tags were expired. he doesn't want what happened to him to happen to any other service. it was gone because it was towed. >> $2,000 is a huge punch in the gut especially for something that you had no control over. >>reporter: that was the bill after his car spent almost 2 months impounded. he says the car was towed
registration tags on the license plate. >> the tags were not physically on the car because i was 2,000 miles away. i was away serving my country i had no physical means to put these tags on my car. >>reporter: he says he told the staff at the apartments in chandler he was leaving for military training. the car was towed anyway. >> because this is a really unfortunate thing that happened to a military member. >>reporter: the together company reduced the charge from $2,000 to 700 and after we took action and called on the is the apartment company says they will take care of the rest. they will credit second lieutenant sellers of $700 left and he can probably use. he and his wife are expecting their first child. john erixon a cornerback 15 news. >> a group that provides lifesaving services for valley vets is about to get their most important piece of equipment back. someone targeted the ambulance and ripped off the wrap on that vehicle. but desert signs in cave creek
will cover the cost and tomorrow they expect to finish the repairs revealing the new look on friday. glendale kids are setting their alarms extra early for tomorrow morning. that's when they start aid a new schedule at a new school. landmark elementary closed for students safety crews have to make emergency structural repairs and while that happens the kids have a 7:00 a.m. start time as they share the campus of desert spirit elementary. >> it's almost like it's going to be the first day of school all over again where you by students in an show them where to go. we're going to have to do that. >> second glendale school has similar structural problems. kids from challenger middle will start at their temporary campus on friday. from the let joe know team update on it&t closure that left more than a thousand valley students unfinished degrees. tomorrow night they will finally get answers state official hosting a meeting to address transfers to other
programs and how to get your transcripts. it will be at the university of advancing technology tempe at 6:30 we'll have all the details on fox23.com/let joe know. the recount process underway to see who wins the republican nomination in the fifth congressional district. 16 votes separate. we reached out to the secretary of state's office to see how many votes have been recounted so far. they were not able to give us a total but we can tell you friday is when we expect to get hundreds showing up to a vigil along our border with utah marking a somber anniversary of deadly floods near colorado city. at least 12 people were killed many of them children. one boy's bodies board of education was swept away and has yet to be found. most accurate forecast and dry air surging in from the west right now clearing out any chances for rain across the valley for the next several days. clear and quiet on abc 15 desert doppler statewide and temperatures are really going to drop.
some of the coolest lows we've seen so far this season across the valley and the state. temperatures down into the 70s here by 1:00 a.m. bottom outright around 72 degrees in phoenix at 6:00 a.m. with many other valley spots waking up to the 60s. coming up in just minutes we'll take you city by city so you know how cool it's going to get in your neighborhood and the spots across our state that could see the first freezes of the season tonight. she has a tattoo of a rose on her arm but there's nothing rosie about what she's accused of doing. ta police say this woman along with the guy next to her stole someone's purse and they have been trying to make purchases ever since. if you know anything about them call police. a cry for help this man screaming from the roof of a small car dealership near i-17 and indian school. the rooftop stands off started with police getting a call about shots fired but when they showed up this guy scampered up a ladder refused to come down we caught up with the woman who called 911.
my backyard and i just kept hearing a man yell help help over and over again and call 911. after about the third or fourth time of him saying call 911 i decided i probably should. >> the guy came down peace think an hour later. taking a swing at colin kaepernick wait till 'til you hear what a d-backs executive will to say.
around and look for these opportunities. >> the big take away remember tlc, take it lock l conceal it if you don't want something stolen you got to follow three steps and think about starting a block watch in your neighborhood. >> he never was and never will be the i-10 freeway shooting those words coming from leslie merritt, jr.'s attorney as they sue the state and the county for potentially millions of dollars change malicious prosecution. even though merritt, jr. is out of jail now his lawyer this has not been easy on him. >> people still confront him in the street. he told me that just last week a man wanted to fight him while leslie was out with his children. he's had a very difficult time and will continue to do so. >> county attorney bill montgomery named in that lawsuit abc say getting his reaction to this news. >> there's not much more i can say other than i'm aware of it and we'll handle it as we go
court case to avoid any potential conflict of interest. >> border patrol agents staying busy as ever more than a dozen big arrests over the past 24 hours. agents finding 65 pounds of meth hidden inside a car and another 13 pounds of meth in addition to 38 pounds of cocaine. if all of those drugs are sold on the streets they would be worth more than $670,000. $20,000 in scholarship money lost just first class at asu. eduardo 0 live assess it was all because of his immigration status. but an update to share with you tonight thanks to hundreds of online donors he has that money back and then some. at last check his go funds me page had had more than $25,000. what's the deciding factor for you in the presidential race? the candidates views on the committee, immigration how about their personal health record? seems to be on the focus these
doctor is recovering well and return to the campaign trail trail tomorrow. donald trump revealing the results of his medical exam on the dr. oz show saying he wants to lose 15 pounds. trump handling a difficult day in flint michigan effort invited to -- >> hillary failed on the economy, just like she's failed on foreign policy everything she touched didn't work out nothing. now hillary clinton -- >> i invited you to thank -- >> oh, okay. >> not give a political speech. >> okay that's good. >> he would get back to talking about the water crisis abruptly ens his speech when hecklers started shouting at him. >> he's used to showing video on football games but not for this. new video of a now former u of a running back facing a judge over domestic violence accusations.
a woman he's accused of attacking telling a judge she's scared if he's let off the hook. >> by now you probably form your own opinion on the national anthem debate sparked by colin kaepernick. wait till you hear what tony larussa had to say about it. >> i really distrust kaepernick 's sincerity. i was there in the bay area when he was a star a real star i never once saw him do anything but promote himself. >> he says he the behavior if he were the coach. he also says kaepernick wouldn't be doing this if he was still a super bowl caliber quarterback. a minor setback in the effort to expand light rail in mesa. construction on the next leg was supposed to begin in august but now it's delayed until at least october 15th. crews neat need a little extra time to work on the design
going east 0 gilbert road along main street. >> we're hoping that all ends soon. >> we're cooling things down in the morning. 76 degrees our high today 98 was a little below average. drier air is coming in temperatures will drop even more overnight tonight we're already down to 85. at phoenix sky harbor. humidity at 20% getting ready dry the document has fallen into the 30s it will go even lower as we head into tomorrow. winds out of the west southwest at 5 miles per hour. and there's a look at your temperatures across the valley you see those numbers updated seconds ago. so we now have buckeye, surprise levine anthem cave creek in the 70s. wick enburg is too queen creek down to the southeast there. the rest of our phoenix metro cities in the 80s at this hour. let's take a look across the state. up to the north 58 right now in kingman. 49 flagstaff and 57 degrees this show low. tonight we're going to drop those temperatures down into
flagstaff itself down to about 35. outlying areas areas could freeze tonight including out near belmont forecast low out there about 30 and south rim of the grand canyon hitting that freezing point of 32. tonight in prescott payson lows in the 40s. sedona 50, globe at 61 degrees. for tomorrow globe hit 88 we'll also see temperatures right around the upper 70s to low 80s in payson and sedona. 80 degrees on the dot winslow 85 kingman and temperatures in the 90s out to the west. no tripl forecast across our state tomorrow. and most of the state staying dry as future cast shows here. just a slight chance of maybe seeing a stray shower or thunderstorm develop across our southeastern arizonannd that's going to be about it. here's the hour by hour for us. sunshine, 72 at 6:00 a.m., 76 at 8:00 and 85 degrees at 10:00 in the morning after that it's 90s through the afternoon but highs are going to be several degrees below that average of 100 for this time of year.
no worries there but the pollen count stay moderate for ragweed and sagebrush allergy sufferers out there these are the culprits why we are feeling it this week. outdoor activities look great though if you're not an allergy sufferer biking running make sure you're hydrating cool start in the 60s and low 70s we're very dry and 90s will get you in the afternoon. 95 in glendale 92 in anthem. here's the next 7 97 on friday. by saturday we're up to 99 degrees. lows stay nice and cool upper 60s to low 70s for the next several days. by sunday we're back in the triple digits by the start of next week some model runs want to bring some rain back. slight chance for now a lot of uncertainty in the forecast we'll keep you posted day by day as the updates come in. >> it's universe of remote from everything from your bank accounts to your air conditioner. packers know tattoo. how to protect yourselves as
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head to lonestar state. roadrunners play in conference usa come into friday's game 1-1 record having beaten alabama state in their opener losing to colorado state last weekend 23- 14. today asu coach todd graham talked about how good this san antonio team really is. >> they are definitely a difference one program an talent being in the state of texas there's the population of dallas and san antonio especially houston. around. >> week one of the nfl season we've already seen a couple of 15-yard penalties for excessive celebration. no wonder they call it the no fun league. cardinals players chandler jones d. j. swearinger were flagged for what the officials called a core yo graffed celebration.