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and as we got toward the fountain hills area. we really start to see heavy rain. i was taking a look at the rainfall totals from flood control a few minutes ago. fountain hills in the past half hour getting close to .3 of an inch of rain in some locations. at shay around 124th. temperatures feel temperatures dropped into the 70s. it is a great way to start the first day of fall. looks like it got a little bit af break now but i know other pockets of the valley that got the rain like we did. >> let's take a look at where the rain is falling. >> this is a big view of the west coast. but look at that. look how big the cell that went through fountain hills.
through scottsdale, through mesa, it's fizzling out as the rush hour is getting under way. and as we widen out, there's still stormy weather to the north, but most of the stormy stuff is not over areas where we are seeing a lot of people living. they are not over neighborhoods this is out in the national forest. and when you head a little further to the north, flag staff got hit with some rain. it looks like cells are moving ro and we have a little bit of rain moving through the kcolorado river. >> officers behaving badly. it's led to a misconduct investigation at the phoenix police department. three phoenix police officers have quit and lieutenant has been demoted. >> it stems from a traffic stop last week where a man says officers forced him to eat
jail. this sounds like they have zero tolerance over at phoenix p.d. >> that's right. i have never seen the chief this upset as he was today during a news conference. he told us those three officers would have been fired if they had not resigned. this stems from an incident where the officers are accused of forcing an 18-year-old man eating marijuana at a traffic stop possession. here they are. richard, jason and michael are in the first year on the force. but mcfadden transferred from chicago after spending so 10 years there. >> it happened around 3:30 in
found pot in the car. the 19-year-old driver said if he ate the pot he would avoid going to jail. so he did. all three officers turned off their body cams that would have provided evidence in this case. he was very upset about that. but even without that evidence he has enough information to have fired the officers if they did not quit on their own. >> because i can tell you based on the information that i have termination was inevitable. it was coming. so i'm with their activities and i was going to fire them based on the information i have right now. >> so they chose to resign. that's their call. they are not phoenix police department employees any more. and the lieutenant was demoted. he did not act fast enough to take care of the situation once he became aware of it.
there are two investigations going on here. an internal investigation and criminal investigation. two of the officers are named as suspects so they could be facing criminal charges. marc martinez, fox 10 news. >> a detention offer sir is under arrest -- officer is under arrest charged with having sex with an inmate. he admitted to having sexual contact with a female inmate in 2013. he is off the job while the investigation goes on. >> the third night of unrest in charlotte, north carolina. we are taking you live there. a little more peaceful tonight hopefully. last night demonstrators clashed with police in riot gear and the protest, it turned violent. five officers and nine protesters were hurt. more than 40 people were arrested.
>> the protest stemmed from the shooting death of keith scott. scott was shot and killed near his home on tuesday. police say he was armed or at least there was a gun in the car. we just learned the person that was shot last night, we don't believe by police in this prote protest, but another person has died. we just learned this just now. >> back to the original incident that touched this off. keith scott shot and killed by police near his home neighbors and family members say he was carrying a book. police say he was armed. >> many protesters clashing with police in riot gear and others causing thousands of damage to businesses. >> governor pat mccrory declared a state of emergency. the city police chief is asking the city to remain peaceful. >> i believe what happened is
they were in huge numbers and it's something we can't anticipate. >> the national guard's role will be to protect businesses from additional looting. you can watch additional coverage on fox 10 news now. head to fox10phoenix.com, we have a link there. >> and we are learning the police officer that shot and killed an unarmed man in tulsa, oklahoma is now being charged with first degree manslaughter. betty shelby terrence crutcher as officers were investigating his stalled vehicle in the road. shelby's attorney says crutcher was not following police commands and began to reach into his suv window. his family says video shows the window was rolled up. police say he did not have a gun on him or in his vehicle. >> another protest set to happen here in the valley. they plan to block the bridge at 9:00 a.m. on monday to protest
african-americans at the hand of arizona police officers. delvin was shot accused of robbing a walgreens earlier in the day. >> and she lunged toward an officer with a hammer. >> the thick black smoke, wow, pouring out of that home. it's not clear wha fire. ripped through this two-storey home, however. fire crews investigating at this hour. >> the doors just opened in mesa at living word bible church where mike pence will speak tonight. his campaign calling this visit a conversation with gop supporters. marcy joins us with >> preview. marcy? >> that's right. we are outside of this church here in mesa.
governor mike pence. we are about six weeks away from election days so the last few rallies really count. supporters are interested to hear what the governor will say about the current situations and unrest in tulsa and charlotte. adding that national security is a top priority. i spoke to a few that tell me that it's his record in washington and indiana that bring him out here. with support of mike pence and trump we saw opposition with >> it is a scary place we are living in this my opinion. i feel that a first generation american the country we came to is about to get lost to lots of forces. so yeah, i have to be here. >> i was moved to wear this shirt because i truly believe this woman is corrupt and justice has not been served. and we saw the day the fbi director came out and listed all the reasons she should go to jail and then let her off the
don done. >> inside they are doing heavy security sweeps to make sure everything is safe and sound. mike pence is expected to take the stage in about an hour and-a-half. stay with us. we will be streaming live on fox news now. >> the top of the ticket donald trump will square off with hillary clinton. the first debate monday night. i after the debate. live coverage on fox 10 news at 5:00. then catch the debate at 6:00. watch it right here on fox 10. and then immediately after the debate, full coverage live coverage from new york with reaction and a recap of all of it. you can also watch the debate online on fox news now. >> a group of thieves breaks into a phoenix home and nearly
this incident was caught on camera and the owner is hoping someone would put a would-be pig napper behind bars. nicole garcia on the story tonight. tell us about it. >> john and kari, look at this guy. the little guy was almost stolen during a home burglary but this piglet was not having it. the owner was relieved he was not taken with t inside the house. but she's worried they may come back for him. >> thieves broke into the maryville house. you can hear the dog barking and you can see sprinkles, the micro pig roaming around. it's not long before one of the thieves discovers sprinkles. >> come here. >> he calls for one of the other guys and attempts to grab the piglet, but sprinkles was able
would-be pig napper gave up. >> he's pretty fast and he got away. and i'm giving him extra love since he's here. >> before she left for a doctor's appointment she put on a surveillance camera. just minutes after she left it shows the thieves in the home. they made off with a 60 inch tv, video game console and several drones among other but the one thing she can't replace, sprinkles, they left behind. she was on a waiting list for a year and-a-half before she was able to adopt the mini pig. sprinkles is 10 months old. >> this is my baby. i waited a long time for him. it's just been me and him for about 10 months now since he was born and i'm super attached. that would have been the worst thing for me to lose in this house. >> the neighbor that witnessed
they drove off in a white suv. if you have information call phoenix police. meanwhile, sprinkles owner says she's taking him to a relatives house in fear the thieves may come back for the piglet. >> they better not do that, nicole. that's war. if they come back for sprinkles, that's war. all right. fox follow up tonight. a dog that was rescue interested a phoenix canal has found her forever home with the police officers that this shepherd mix known as ginger fell into the 17 foot canal last month. the officer spotted her and called the humane society. crews rescued ginger and she was adopted by the officer who first spotted her. >> that's awesome. >> that's good stuff. >> look at this picture. can you believe a couple of hours ago we were dealing with hardcore heavy rain showers and thunderstorms? and now it's moved through. i think you are going to love
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then-- s >> two arizona counties are getting money to help stop border crimes. >> and some olympic heroes and gymnasts are in the valley tonight. who is coming to perform? here at 6:00. >> a pretty active afternoon. really the whole day was on and off storms. this morning around noon time and then this afternoon we got hit with another batch of storms, but look at it now. we are getting sunshine poking through. 76 degrees. the to all the rain, the moisture in the rain and dew point at 72. we have a lot of tropical moisture pumping into the valley and into the state. 87 was your high. we were a good 11 degrees below where it should be. and 109 was the record in 1989. we've gotten over a quarter inch of rain in the last 24-hours at sky harbor airport. so this is good. we are ending the monsoon season.
activity. but this was a cold front moving through the state and with a little tropical moisture feeding into it, that brought us the storms today, and look how they moved through. i will back up and take a look here. look how it starts up in buckeye, avondale into scottsdale, north and south scottsdale got hit pretty hard. mesa, as we look what's left it is fizzling out you can see more storms popping up especially along as you move across the colorado river. very strong storms south of mesquite, north of peach springs. flag staff got hit as well. dew point still incredibly high. especially here in phoenix. we are not out of the woods totally with the rain tonight. but they are starting to come down across the state. anything where you see 55 or so
little storm activity for the evening. i wanted to share with you some folks having a good time in the rain. and take a look at these scary storm clouds as they dissend. -- descend. rain totals anywhere from a trace of an inch to a quarter of an inch since midnight here. over of a third sedona. the grand canyon, almost a full inch up there. future cast showing rain moving out of the state by tomorrow morning it's going to be a gorgeous day. the forecast is looking so good tomorrow. we are looking for a temperature around 84 here. 68 in prescott. this is the 10 day. sunny, cooler, a little breezy. the cool front moves through. we have breezy conditions on the other side of it. lots of sunshine. 84 degrees.
gorgeous weekend for you. and a return of a few clouds on monday. and even a nice 10 day with readings in the 80s and 90s, overnight lows in the 60s. you can get weather 24/7 on fox10phoenix.com. >> should we say it? >> i think we are done with the really hot stuff. >> triple digits? >> look at this picture. we will get back to that. how appropriate. grand canyon tweeting out -- just that picture is incredible. >> it looks like a water color painting, doesn't it? >> the fog and fall colors. that is a pretty spot. >> this is the first day of fall. so we will eventually see that. >> we are in six, seven months of perfect. so enjoy. >> coming up, it's being called the biggest online hack of its kind.
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they are trying to get a little lightness in her life. >> she was able to take a trip to the happyist place on earth. >> 5-year-old veronica is not even close to being tired. >> her wish granters decking her out with the best belle gear possible. sending them on an american airlines flight to disney world for seven days. >> it's able to do for us. we never thought we were able to do something like this. so it's just -- i don't have words for it. >> because life hasn't been easy, in and out of hospital, doctors -- doctor to doctor. she had to battle a life threatening heart condition. >> this last surgery she had all the oxygen she needs in time to go to walt disney world.
her off. but one thing is missing. >> what princess do you want to see? >> belle. >> another granted for a deserving little girl. >> last year make a wish arizona made 365 dreams come true and this year they are planning to grant more wishes. >> you heard of pumpkin spice latte, right? >> oh yes. my kids want this now. we have to really kind of hold the line. it's ridiculous. >> now you can get it mcdonald's in japan. they are taking the pumpkin craze to a new level. they are selling pumpkin chocolate french fries. drizzled with chocolate and pumpkin sauce in time for halloween. no word if any u.s. who indicati -- locations will give it a try. >> ferguson, missouri was one of the cities that helped launch
and we will hear from the police chief months after the city exploded in violence. >> and several explosions rocking a north phoenix neighborhood. this is what is left of one person's home. >> plus, he's been a hollywood heart throb for decades, but does brad pitt have a darker side? reports of a possible fbi investigation swirling tonight. >> let's set up the line-up. premier week continues on fox. good shows coming your way this fall. tonight at shakes thing up on "rosewood" and at 8:00, for the first time in history, a woman takes the mound in the new fox series "pitch." and we are back
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carolina where two nights of unrest have led to more than 40 arrests. one man was shot during last night's rioting and moments ago we learned that man has died. these are live pictures from ferguson. you see a huge police force, the national guard already in that city. large number of employers like bank of america, wells fargo rgs duke energy. they told their employees to basically stay home. and you can see that they appear to be ready tonight. there are protesters there. the hope from everybody it stays calm. >> and the national guard on scene in charlotte as well. charlotte is the latest city to erupt into violence following the shooting of a black man. there have been protests in chicago, new york but ferguson, missouri pushed it into the national consciousness. glendale police commander served