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other states were also reporting similar problems. stefania okolie is live at the fourth avenue jail tonight with more on the stunt that really could have put people in danger. stefania? >> yeah, exactly, mark, an 18-year-old suspect who police say created this bug which was the link that forced the calls to 911 said it was a prank. as you know, 911 service calls, it's very serious. it's potentially lifesaving, which is why investigators are not taking this prank lightly at all. >> link on twitter, maricopa county calling 911 with no control over it. this was the man behind the prank, 18-year-old desai. a 911 dispatch center in surprise started receiving hundreds of 911 hang-up calls. michelle bush is a 911 operator. >> we have a board that alerts us for 911.
>> hundreds of people say they clicked a link that was being shared on twitter. that link was traced back to desai's twitter account, as well as his website. >> when they clicked, it put a bug into their phone, actually causing their phone to automatically dispatch, call 911. >> it kind of looked like a youtube video, so i clicked on it, and all of a sudden -- it kind of just glitched. my it started calling 911 and wouldn't stop. >> desai says he created the bug but did not mean to push it out on twitter. he says he created a separate bug, one that was funny and did not create the force calls to 911 services sxand meant to pus out that one. >> it was a big stress because somebody could be dying or
>> and we should mention that desai told the cyber detectives that creating these bugs would get him more recognition or cool points in the cyber hacking community. he is now facing very serious charges. we are talking three felonies for computer tampering. as you said earlier mark, we know that other agencies across the country dealt with the same issue, all linked back to that same bug. live in phoenix this evening, stefania okolie, fox 10 news. >> all right, stefania, thank you for that. a man is behind bars after police say he kidnapped a couple from their phoenix home and then demanded money from them. officers say tony jackson forced that couple into a car, drove a short distance, and then let the woman out, demanded she get cash or he would have her husband
jackson and arrested him without incident. the man was unharmed. leslie merritt, jr. back in headlines again. he was the man once charged in the i-10 freeway shooting and he is now back behind bars. he was arrested by glendale police accused of violating a domestic protection order and also making threats towards a woman. merritt spent seven months in jail last year, accused in several freeway shootings. a judge later dismissed over questions about the reward now up to $6,000. detectives say on october 21st, a man wearing black shorts and a dark green shirt shot three foal at pirate's island near the pebble beach recreation area.
if you have any information, call the maricopa county sheriff's office. tuscon police released video of an officer-involved shooting that happened on monday, and this is one where a bullet grazed an officer's head. >> shots fired, shot fired, shots fired! >> well, you see the video, and you hear the bullets being fired. police say officers were doing a special operation a 33-year-old man on a motorized bike breaking traffic laws on monday. officers tried to pull him over, but he dropped his bike and took off. at some point he exchanged gunfire with officers. the video shows an officer laying in the middle of the road. he was grazed on the side of his head. he is going to be fine. della tory was shot several
condition. >> 48 pounds of marijuana found in a car stopped at a checkpoint just east of yuma when agents say a canine alerted them. the driver was in the u.s. illegally and had previously been deported. well, if you are outside today, you know it was a record setting day here in the valley. today was the latest 100-degree day recorded in history in arizona. we are just days away from halloween right now. we set up a small experiment today. we wanted to see how long candy would last before it would melt out in the blistering sun. we streamed this live, by the way, and we had a lot of people watching itment more than 2000 people watched live on our facebook page. people were debating whether the reese's or the hershey's kisses would be the first to melt. in the heat, it can feel great for people out and about to get into costume.
tonight where people are braving the heat for some frights. danielle, i saw you got quite a scare at the end of the 9:00. hopefully you're all safe now. >> i hope so. i'm going to have to check my surroundings here marc to make sure that nobody is behind me. it's not that bad out here right now, but as you can imagine, earlier today, people dressed up in costumes with masks and sweatshirts and things like that, and they also maze that's outdoors, a lot of workers working in that outdoor area. but we spoke with the general manager who said he typically sells sweatshirts out here. i scream. you scream. we all scream for cooler temps. >> i'm ready for fall. >> last year was actually quite
honest. this is way hotter. i don't like it. >> reporter: temperatures in phoenix today hit a high of 100 degrees, beating the previous record of 98 degrees set in 2001. >> i think i want it to cool down out here a little bit. >> reporter: the manager, timothy pugsly says this is one of the warmest octobers he's seen. he says slushies and waters are selling fast, a lot of going to his ghouls and goblins. >> you get a year to get adjusted to the costumes and masks, so they are ready for it, but we keep them hydrated with bottles of water and they are still into it. >> maybe the only people who don't mind the record breaking temperatures. >> those goblins. >> perfect for killing.
friends, they are all here, extremely close and extremely scary, but if you guys want to come out here and see these exact same spooky, crazy characters, they are open until october 31st, also open the weekend after october 31st, so there's still plenty of time to get out here and see my new friends. >> fun time out there for danielle. there, they got her again. we did let's get over to dave to find out if the heat will stick around. >> we are going to get a little break here from the warm temperatures, but today has been quite a day as far as temperatures and weather in phoenix goes. as we get a look at what's going on here, the sunshine was shining, it is the latest 100-degree temp ever, october 23rd, 2003, the old
as we look at the record, 100 today, the 99th time that we have hit 100 degrees or better in 2016. the old record, 98, that in 2001. looking to the future, looking to the weekend, friday, 92 with a few clouds, sunny on saturday, and 92. 90 on sunday as it stays in the 90s, but don't forget halloween on monday. and what's happening then? temperatures drop off into the mid-80s, and trick or gets just a little bit a little better. 80 at 5:00, 78 at 7:00, and sleepy time, 74 at 9:00. so it looks like the holiday will be saved. the kids will be okay. it will be a little bit on the warm side but it won't be bad. we'll have more weather, coming up. coming up, you decide 2016, we bring you the latest from the campaign trail when donald trump will stop here in arizona one more time before election day,
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you're watching fox 10 news at 10:00. with marc martinez. you decide 2016, trouble today for republican vice pr when his plane slides off a runway in new york. meanwhile, donald trump's son, donald trump, jr., visits a.s.u. to campaign for his father. >> pence told reporters mud flashed on the front windows of his plane earlier this evening. the pilot made a rough landing and slammed on the brakes, causing it to slide off the runway at la guardia airport, and no one was hurt.
spoke to millennials at a tempe campus today, trying to garner support for his father. >> in a year of change, where both sides want to change, both sides were sick of the same old, same old, sick of the usual candidate. they gave you the most typical, the elite of the elite, the most corrupt candidate in the history of u.s. politics. hillary clinton, she came into new york, i'm going to be a senator there. into new york state? negative eight now jobs by the time she left. >> it will donald trump's 7th campaign stop in arizona. on the democratic said, hillary clinton makes an appearance with michelle obama in north carolina and unveils a plan to reduce bullying. we have more information now on the donald trump rally. it will take place saturday
y25koy yvpy your exclusive accuweather forecast with dave munsey on fox 10 news. >> yeah, no pressure dave, but people are looking at this forecast wondering if they are going to have to change their halloween costumes accordingly with the heat. >> i can tell you right now if you don't lay your halloween candy out on the sidewalk in the middle of the afternoon, it won't melt. >> okay, good to know. we do have the video, yeah.
experiment today. >> it was. >> and the reese's cups seem to melt faster than anything, just in case you were wondering. 83 degrees right now. winds out of the west-southwest at five miles an hour. it's 80 in cave creek. it's 88 in ahwatukee. in apache junction it is 89 degrees. in surprise right now, 77 degrees. so those temperatures are coming down, not real fast, but they are coming down. this is really needed rain right here. you see how it gets into the states. it's not getting into southern california, but it is getting into the los angeles area and north of there and kind of feeding up into the northwest as well. this is a hurricane falling apart, seymour, kind of falling apart, sending its cloud cover into arizona sending is its moisture into california. so we get the cloud cover over here is what we get. 100 degrees on the high today,
in deer valley. 70 in flagstaff, 86 in sedona, 93 at gila bend today. as we look at our numbers, 100 on the high, 70 on the low, 84 and 60 would be the thoroughly high and low. there's your record high at 90, record low at 39. temperatures forecasting today, you see 92 at sky harbor, mid 90s mixed in with it. in the mountains, some 60s, 70 a few 80s scattered out. as far as the desert is concerned, low 90s, mid-80s through the deserts. and then you look up into the portland area, you look up into seattle, you see the moisture there, still getting some high elevation snow as well, real good snow in the northeast, folks picking up an inch and a half, three inches in some area. as more and more snow comes in a little early in the season.
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your exclusive accuweather forecast with dave munsey on fox 10 news. >> yeah people are looking at this forecast wondering if they are going to have to change their halloween costumes accordingly with the heat. >> i can tell you right now
if you don't lay your halloween candy out on the sidewalk in the middle of the afternoon, it won't melt. >> okay, good to know. we do have the video, yeah. >> but that was a fun little experiment today. >> it was. >> and the reese's cups seem to melt faster than anything, just in case you were wondering. 83 degrees right now.
at five miles an hour. it's 80 in cave creek. it's 88 in ahwatukee. in apache junction it is 89 degrees. in surprise right now, 77 degrees. so those temperatures are coming down, not real fast, but they are coming down. this is really needed rain right here. you see how it gets into the states. it's not getting into southern california, but it is getting into the los angeles area and north of there and kind of feeding up into the north well. this is a hurricane falling apart, seymour, kind of falling apart, sending its cloud cover into arizona sending is its moisture into california. so we get the cloud cover over here is what we get. 100 degrees on the high today, 93 in buckeye, we had 96 degrees in deer valley. 70 in flagstaff, 86 in sedona, 93 at gila bend today. as we look at our numbers, 100
and 60 would be the thoroughly high and low. there's your record high at 90, record low at 39. temperatures forecasting today, you see 92 at sky harbor, mid 90s mixed in with it. in the mountains, some 60s, 70s, a few 80s scattered out. as far as the desert is concerned, low 90s, mid-80s through the deserts. and then you look up into the portland area, you look up seattle, you see the moisture there, still getting some high elevation snow as well, real good snow in the northeast, folks picking up an inch and a half, three inches in some area. as more and more snow comes in a little early in the season. 74 overnight, 92 degrees tomorrow, temperature comes down about eight degrees today, stays that way saturday. back into the 80s on monday, which is of course halloween. watch your kids around water.
star at training camp, and in the preseason he scored a touchdown against the texans. now on the 53-man roster. before he got the call from the cardinals this week, he was working at ups. one day, you're at ups, and the next you're in the nfl, pretty good week for the rookie from fayetteville state. coach bruce arians talked about why hubert would be a good fit for the cardinals. >> we had a roster spot. we lost jaron. we liked chris when he was here. he's bright and could give us depth for sunday. >> we have got a show lined up for you on sunday, not one, or two, but three nfl games right here on fox 10. we start at 6:30 in the morning. the game in london, red skins
cardinals, panthers in carolina, and indians taking on the cubs at wrigley field, history in the making. more on nfl stuff as we check in on the nfl, the jags. deep to right, that was the right call right there, touchdown titans, just like that. derrick henry, the kid from alabama, the rookie outside, easy touchdown for the titans, 17-0 tennessee. three minutes later, t tennesse threatening again, the other running back, nice 12 punch in the backfield for tennessee. former cowboy and eagle, murray, takes it in for the touchdown. we hit the ice now as the coyotes took on the flyers.
opening night. 1-0, coyotes in the early going. still in the first period, ekman-larsson lights the lamp, 2-0 coyotes. richardson on the breakaway, shorthanded goal for the 'yotes, they beat philly again, both wins on the year against philadelphia. can we play against them night? arizona fans pumped up in tempe tonight as a new class gets inducted into the arizona sports hall of fame, randy johnson and adrian wilson. it's nice to see him finally getting his due, because he was so good and never made it to the pro bowl until the end of his career. speaking of hall of famers, dave munsey.
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