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now. we begin tonight with a fox 10 exclusive, some shocking images taken right before a sexual assault in oldtown scottsdale. police say that man picked up a woman from the ground, put her over his shoulder, and then took her to his home where he sexually assaulted her several times, that man identified by police as romero, a former professional mma fighter and an employee at the valley hotel in scottsdale. kristy siefkin joins us live now. kristy, what a disturbing story. >> incredibly disturbing, marc, and in fact it was a woman in her hid 20s that was in the entertainment district, had a little bit too much to drink, and she actually passed out here in this parking lot. just a little bit later, surveillance video showed that a man walked up, threw the girl over his shoulder, took her away, and then as you mentioned, sexually assaulted her several times throughout the course of the evening. that man has been identified as
employee over at the hotel valley ho. police tell us that just after midnight on the 17th, the victim and her friend were out drinking. the victim, as i mentioned, had too much to drink. she was too intoxicated to walk, so her friend left her here in the parking lot so that she could go get the car. when she returned to pick up her friend, that friend was gone. now police say that ramirez picked up the victim, carried her away, assaulting her three times before he dropped her off at an intersection in tempe. >> the victim was taken to a location, a distance from where she was. she was sexually assaulted, and then she was driven back to the suspect's home where she was sexually assaulted two more times. unconsciousness does not equal consent in these situations and we just encourage our patrons in our downtown area to drink responsibly, stay in groups, stay with your friends, things like that. >> reporter: police arrested ramirez on the 21st.
counts of sexual assault, and one count of sexual abuse. reporting live in scottsdale, i'm kristy siefkin, fox 10 news. >> thank you, kristy. and now on to a fox 10 news alert, two shoogs in the west valley, these are just miles apart, right now police looking to see if the shootings are connected, the first happening near loop 101 in peoria, one person taken to the hospital, we are told with life-threatening injuries there. and the other happening in glendale, this was from the university of phoenix stadium, at 95th avenue and bethany home road, this victim also taken to the hospital, once again, life-threatening injuries. we will keep you updated on these two developing stories. a maricopa county detention officer is behind bars tonight and accused of having sex with an inmate. the maricopa county sheriff's office says that roy ramy admitted to having sexual conduct back in august with a
jail. he has been taken off the job while the investigation continues. and three rookie phoenix police officers off the force and under investigation. this after a man says the offers made him eat marijuana during a traffic stop last week. those officers have since resigned, and the supervisor who knew about this has been disciplined and demoted. phoenix police chief joe yahner visibly angry today at a news conference describing what happened. >> this conduct is contrary to everything we community service, and it undermines the good actions of the men and women of the phoenix police department. >> phoenix police chief joe yahner talking about the three officers who re-signed, richard pina, joe mcfadden, and michael carnicle. mcfadden transferred from chicago after ten years on the force there. a 19-year-old forced to eat one gram of marijuana to avoid going
yahner says they would have been fired if they didn't resign. i can tell you, based on the information that i have, termination was inevitable. it was coming. so i'm very, very displeased with their activities. >> yahner says the acting officer in charge did not act quickly enough and has been demoted, the officers turned off body cameras, two are now suspects in a crimi investigation, and a third is considered a witness in this case, although he wouldn't say which. a midnight curfew in effect in charlotte, north carolina after the violent protests and looking at there. keith lamont scott was killed while police were serving a search warrant. hundreds of people still out on the streets protesting, despite warnings about that curfew. one man has died after he was
night's protest. police say he was not shot by officers. that shooting is now under investigation. >> and i'm going to do everything i can to help our police force here in charlotte-mecklenburg to keep our citizens safe. >> meanwhile, scott's family had the opportunity to watch the dash cam and body cam video from the shooting. police say he was holding a gun when an officer opened fire on him, but the family says they couldn't tell from the video.ppe that video until the investigation is over. new developments tonight also in the deadly shooting in tulsa, oklahoma. officer betty shelby will be charged with first degree manslaughter. shelby shot terence crutcher as his vehicle was installed in the middle of the road. police say crutcher did not have a gun on him or in his vehicle. in the wake of these police
police commander who served as the interim police chief in ferguson, missouri. andre anderson became ferguson's first african-american police chief and spent five months working to rebuild the police department's relationship with its community. he says with police shootings in the national headlines, it's important to remember that the majority of police officers are good people. >> i believe some people, not many, people think we don't care. i mean, we are the community. we are not perfect. we are not infallible. we make but we really do care about the people in the community, and the vast majority of us take on this job because we care. >> a house committee is investigating sexual harassment and bullying claims from employees at national parks across the u.s. that includes the grand canyon, yosemite, and yellow stone parks. a committee heard testimony today. the hearings were launched following a report that found male employees at the grand canyon demanded sex from female workers and would retaliate if
employees responsible for the actions were promoted. good news for you anglers out there. arizona game and fish restocking area lakes with catfish. you can see them there, splashing rite -- right into the water with a feed pipe. some of them dumped in by buckets as well. the lakes will be restocked every week, in mid november release changed over to trout. >> now on a dog that was rescued from a phoenix canal. that dog has now found her forever home with a police officer that helped save her life. the australian shephard mix now known as ginger fell into the 17-foot deep canal last month. we brought this to you on fox 10. an on duty police officer spotted her, called the arizona humane society. after making a recovery, he was adopted by the officer who first
you're watching fox 10 news at 10:00. with marc martinez. he spoke at the living word bible church in so, we are just about six weeks away from the election day, and these last few rallies are so important, especially for vice presidential candidates because they really need this opportunity to show you their voice, tell you exactly what issues are important to them, and show the american people just who they are. >> from the day we arrive in the
the trump-pence team is going to work our hearts out every day of the week until we revive the american dream for every american, regardless of race or creed or color or gender. we are going to bring the american dream back to life. >> promises made tonight by indiana governor and vp hopeful mike pence touched supporters on different levels. >> you hear a person speak from their heart, you get to -- you hear their heart, right, of the things that he was talking about was his love for family, but what really moved me was his love for america. >> pence talked about immigration, strengthening the economy, and the importance of education, but also focused on values, religion, and family. >> just the way he spoke from a religious point of view, you know he has good roots, family roots, and i think he's just really means what he says. you know, honestly he's speaking
he wants to make america great again with donald trump. adding that his conservative record speaks for itself. >> common sense conservative principles work every time you put them into practice, right? i mean they really do. i come from a state that works, the state of indiana, and you're blessed with great leadership here in arizona. your governor, doug ducey, is a good man and a good leader, and he's doing a great job in arizona. >> reporter: now, we are told thaten state of indiana just for a very quick break before heading back on to the road, and of course that vice presidential debate coming up very quickly, that's october 4th in virginia. reporting live, marcy jones, fox 10 news. >> all right, marcy, thank you. and while donald trump spoke to supporters in pennsylvania, hillary linton took the day off the campaign trail. instead, she's getting ready for the first presidential debate.
to be working hard, getting her ready for her first debate against republican nominee, donald trump. but her running mate, virginia senator tim kaine, spent the day speaking with supports in nevada. he touched on recent police shootings and antipolice brutality protests happening in the u.s. >> there is a need to build better bridges between law enforcement and the communities they serve. hillary and i understand that. >> meanwhile, clinton campaign is updating its tax plan for billionaires with a $65 billion estate tax, overall increasing the estate tax by $1.5 trillion over the next decade. the first presidential debate between donald trump and hillary clinton will be held monday night, and john hook will be live at the hofstra debate in new york. we will have live coverage on fox 10 news at 5:00, and then you can watch the debate live here at 6:00, and immediately after we will full coverage for
your exclusive accuweather forecast on fox 10 news. well, dave munsey certainly picked the right week to go on vacation, didn't he? >> he's probably sitting in the backyard. >> oh, yeah, chilling out. >> one of those umbrella drinks in his hand, although today would have been a tough day to sit in the backyard. we got the rain and it started this morning, continued through this afternoon. i got rained on on my hike, but it felt good, felt like fall. it is the first day of fall, after all, we gave you a fall
there right now, we have got the dew point at 69, still some moisture in the air. it still feels a little bit sticky out there, the humidity at 74%, light winds at four miles an hour, we will see the winds picking up in the next 12-24 hours as the frontal system moves through and we see carl air. 87 the high today, 11 degrees below where we should be, 98 the norm, 109 the record set back in 1989 and we saw just over a quarr sky harbor airport, many areas saw more than that, in scottsdale, other areas as well, especially up north. take a look up north, you can see where we are moving through, a little bit of bands of rain shower, thunderstorms in the northern part of arizona, but most of it is beginning to dissipate, and a closer look shows you how the storms just moved through tonight, and it's pretty clear out there right now as we kind of skirted around. flagstaff has a little bit of rain tonight, starting to move
up through the grand canyon they saw quite a bit of rain. look at this area here along 180 and 64, a little bit of storm activity, strong stormy weather passing through, should be short-lived. let's take a look at some of the pictures here for the rainfall totals. anywhere from a trace of an inch to a little bit more than that. look up there in the grand canyon. .8 three inches of rain, a third of an inch in flagstaff, and here in the valley, as i said, we got just over a quarter inch of rain, a trace around gila bend, some areas got more around the state, futurecast showing most of this clearing out by tomorrow morning. still about 10% chance of a pop-up thunderstorm throughout the evening hours around the state. things are pretty much drying out, so i think we are looking pretty good for the rest of tonight. forecast highs tomorrow morning. this is where we go, ah, we are
this is sweater weather around here. if you're new to phoenix, you can officially wear a sweater when it's 84. nobody will look at you strange. you will fit right in if you put on jeans and a sweater tomorrow. nearly 90 if you're in yuma, don't wear a sweater in you're in yuma tomorrow, 60 in flag, 69 in payson, and 73 in winslow, window rock at 65, page at 68, 59 tomorrow the grand canyon. look at these gorgeous pictures, the sun setting and illuminating these clouds, that was up in the high country. and is this an award winning sun set tonight after the storms rolled through? we have got a gorgeous sun set. 48th and elliot, the drive a little bit treacherous this afternoon, but a beautiful fall
tomorrow. we start off our first full day of fall at 84 degrees, sunshine, look at this gorgeous weekend, eight saturday, 94 sunday. we don't have a single temperature in the next ten days mark that's above a hundred, so enjoy. >> all right, looking great, kari. get out that sweater. coming up, do you get angry when you are driving while you see someone flying off to the front of the line while merging? i know i do, (vo) with thousands of quality pre-owned vehicles...
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rejected licenses to sell the cars directly online. several states have laws protecting car dealerships. no word if any action will be taken in arizona. what's worse is when people don't merge correctly. a lot of us have seen it. it turns out, they are the ones merging correctly. transportation officials in colorado want drivers to use the zipper meth. a.d.o.t. has also been testing this technique in arizona for months. it means using the entire roadway until it starts to narrow and then merging into the other lane. studies show merging early can create big you are backups, but the zipper method can reduce traffic congestion by as much as 35%, something to remember the next time you have to merge on the road.
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you're watching fox 10 sports with jude lacava in hd. what do you say we go back on that cardinals time machine? the year was 2004, the late denny green was head coach. larry fitzgerald was a mere rookie wide receiver. that was the last time the cards played at ralph wilson stadium in buffalo, new york, and oh, by
28-14. throughout the cards history, traveling back east has never been easy, worrying about adjustments, time zones, sleep patterns, and for larry fitzgerald, he remembers that game. remember, this is a team that loves to air it out. rex ryan's defense, they love to go after the quarterbacks, whether it's hughes, washington, or alexander, former special teams captain with the cardinals, now a starting linebacker for the b bills. here's larry. >> we haven't been there in 12 seasons, so it's really unfamiliar territory. we are not accustomed to their personnel. you know, it's a lot of things that we haven't seen, and it's going to be a great test for us. >> and it's right here on fox 10, and it starts at 8:00 a.m. with the nfl kickoff show, fox nfl at 9:00 a.m., cards, bills, 10:00 a.m., and
night at 10:30. everybody saying they can't win with their third-string quarterback, take it and run it, and brissett did that. he didn't make a major mistake. even game the game ball to bill belichick. that's confidence. this texans offense, null and void. nothing going on. offensively, and then the patriots would come back and ground and pound with blount. pyou look at his 24 carries, 105 yards for the patriots running back, 27-0. can you believe it? with their third-string quarterback, impressive game preparation. wow. arizona coyotes media day, it's time to look ahead to a youth
dylan strom, max domi, anthony duclair, for seine doan, he's the mentor teaching these young guys. >> you're talking about somebody possibly taking your job, there's no way around that, and yet for us to have success as a group, people are going to have to do that and people are going to do that. it's exciting. our young guys are beyond respectful and unbelievable. they treat the veteran guys so well, and i think that's part of making that transition work well. >> he came here in '96, played every season, has been the captain, and he is the model guy on and off the ice. >> he's so humble, been here so many times, shakes your hand. >> one of the best, one of the great guys that we have ever covered. we'll see what they can do. maybe they can make a run at the post-season this year. >> let's hope so. thank you for watching everybody.
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