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victim. pulled out a gun and opened fire in front of customers and workers. >> live coverage in the star bucks. an ton i don't is outside the jail. live at the cafe which is closed tonight >> antonio is learning about the suspect in the shooting is locked up behind you. >> the suspect is an is at detention center. he lived a game life. >> we are learning about the suspect pictured with his hands up outside the star bucks near rainbow and warn are springs. >> metro police identified the suspect as 34 year old pedro garcia. court documents say he is a former convicted felon served in the nevada state prison system.
pleaded guilt tow a felony assault charge. the judge gave him probation. during probation he violated conditions and charged for felony burglar in 04. he was immediately sent to prison for almost two years. yesterday dan mc graph mentioned his criminal history. >> he has tattoos that appear to be gang arrested outside the star bucks. >> keep your hands up and you heard the yelling. >> well is no motive for the shooting he did not know the victim. a man in 40's who died from gunshot wounds to the chest. >> pedro garcia is facing murder, robbery and burglar charges. he will appear before a judge tomorrow morning.
>> jim: prosecutors put their case together witness dealing with what they saw. >> a horrifying scene. denise joins us live at the scene of the crime at rainbow and warm springs you spoke to the man who tried to safety victim's life. >> >> reporter: this man stopped to get a coffee. he doesn't know why the victim wa did noted see argue the store remains closed. flower at the front door. we because of where he works the trampoline park he is train in cpr. he says he says the victim was conscious immediately after shot in the chest. the shooter walked out of the store when his gun jammed. then with the help of a star
>> he was breathing and fighting us and telling us to let g. don't touch me. we were like. if you don't let us help you you will die. and we laid him out i cut his shirt off and we began cpr after we saw he was unconscious. >> i didn't believe it was happening. i did not know i would be in a position like that how i would react. it off it was action and go time. >> on the phone with 911. and says police were right outside here guns drawn but they did not know what was going on so they didn't rush in right away. all and all a horrifying incident for so many people at star bucks. news three. >> all right. thank you for that. metro detectives are investigate
shooting. >> maria: man died after shot outside a business on south deicature. victim was in an unlicensed after hours club operating in the back room of the clothing store. it a pierce the victim had a fight with one or more people before he was shot. if you know anything that could help police call crime stoppers. >> jim: excitedbo to debate night. a major turning point in decision 2016 tonight. >> maria: counselling down in 55 minutes democrat clinton and republican donald trump will scare off in their first debate. >> jim: new poles show the race is a dead heat now. so much as stake on the stage. tonight the university declaring the race too close to call
clinton leading trump a half of a point. debate starts at 6:00 tonight. watch it here on news 3. nightly news lester holt moderating this one. sinclaire scott as another look what will be expected tonight. >> reporter: for more than a year sparring from afar tonight up close and personal. >> if she treats me with respect i will treat her with >> trump is questioning clinton's health. tweeting. clinton is taking the day off she needs the rest. sleep well see you at the debate. >> dangers of mr. trump is if he convinces a lot of people that hilary clinton is on death's door and see puts on a spirited vigorous performance and looks great. clinton is 68. trump is 70 and bill of the booking institution says they
debated since before clinton caught pneumonia remember rayingen in 94. you are out of your mind you would function in such circumstances. >> notal all. i'm not going to expect the political purposes my opponents youth and inexperience. >> reporter: clinton could benefit from that zinger. >> if her adrenaline is pumping and looks great and sound of the matter. professor of american university. >> you are advising clinton, what do you tell her? >> never get down in the gutter with trump. that's where he loves to play you can't beat him there. >> what do you tell him. >> you can't make it too personal against clinton. personal attacks never played well in any presidential debate.
facebook page and twit are. how important are the debates for you? and the decision you will make on election day. facebook 19% say very important. 15% say not very important. and a full 2 thirds say, i made my decision. >> maria: on twitter yee got this. 26% respond very important. 11% say not very important and 63% say i made up my voice heard on election day you have time to register to vote. a deadline is coming up. if is october 18th that's when you register in person at a county election office or on the secretary of state's website. we set up a link to register on ours news3list v. >> jim: a man shot and killed five people at a naul mall on
the next day and he brought the rifle in macy's. he faced a judge this morning and charged with 5 counts of premeditated first degree murder. daye bail is 2 ilgdz in. he suffers from mental health issues and the family has been working with him to get better. >> maria: houston police investigating the shooting of six people driving by a shopping center and one is in critical condition. flying glass. police shot and killed the gunman who opened fire in the southwest part of the city. police identified the gunman as a lawyer having issues with his law firm. last month police were called to a houston apartment complex where the man was pointing a rifle at workers. >> jim: payday for a man shot by metro police. >> maria: the group that controls metro finances is
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then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think...
reporter: now a committee controls metro finances approved a 400 thousand dollars settlement for a man shot while unarmd and sitting in a car. >> this decision come four years shooting. live at metro and sergio lawrence is dealing with that injury today? >> heed he has dauly pain and medical visits and a lot of court hearings that lead to this point. and says although that money seemed like a lot well has been a lot that lead up to it. >> went in and came out >> it has been four years
officer in the leg. this morning metro's affairs committee unanimously approved a found00 thousand dollars settlement. he spoke about the night his life was forever changed. >> gordon deals with daily pain and doctors say heal need a knee replacement. >> no money is worth it what i deal with the rest of my life. the officer was suspended but then the talks about an officer mistook a baseball cap for a gun. >> he was trying to conceal something under the seat and narcotics were found on him. not saying that justified what the officer did. don't believe an officer should be terminated for making a mistake. >> should have been fired and he knew he was wrong >> 10 days to get the money and
dropped after years of hearings and doctor visits he is looking forward to moving on with his life. >> take a deep breath. nobody is watching me and i can like, live my life now and just start over and just get it behind me. >> reporter: taled to metro about the officer he works here he is assigned patrol here at the headquarters. he does not leave news 3, back to you. >> jim: all right, thank you. check in on the commute now on this back to work monday. >> tom joins us live in sky 3 over a place we love to call the spaghetti bowl. >> tom: we'll talk about it a lot over the next few years with the project in full swingful remember this ram from 95 south to 15 south was closed a couple
rerouted you see where the old ramp was the dirt on top. it was moved. why? so they could take down part of this bridge which was over symphony drive. this bridge was built in the last decade and actually a place where the las vegas wash went underwent and saw the ability to put a bridge there easily so they did. now part had to come down to make way for the project. you see where a wide swag has been cleared where parts of improvements any in which will add lanes to the scene and ramp to ramp movement and a drop down inside lane to charleston. we are getting started but we are starting to see results. this is the biggest one where you see the debris off to the side. a bridge demolished this is the beginning we'll have more closures and restrictions.
information coming at you one by one as they occur. reporting from sky 3. >> thank you. we have been talking about this, nice to see it. you get an idea what is going onment >> from sky three's point of view. >> jim: kevin is out and about today, too, enjoy thanksgiving weather. >> maria: has a great group of friends at the springs preserve, how is it. >> kevin: we are here for step up for kids. community can learn about the happenings in las vegas and clark county. i'm learning too, we will create a path. excuse me i have this man in front of me. what are you doing? >> play with the animals. >> kevin: you would rather play with a wild goat and dot weather. >> no follow the ducks. >> kevin: the ducks are rung
i was trying to pet it. >> kevin: hard to pet a duck, we have face painting. come here you, sir, in the blue shirt. get close. on the side of your face i was admiring you have batman. >> no. >> what is it? on spiderman. >> kevin: thank you for correct me are you able to see okay? those are cool shades. >> yes. >> kevin: nice and polite. more with what is our ambassadors of the event. let me get you fill in the on the weather. another gorgeous southern nevada day. 91. we're norm a. morning low was 67. checking in with the neighborhoods and the range mid 80s west to east to the low 90's across las vegas. numbers will be the same ballpark tomorrow. but there are changes coming as we visit the satellite. not today but you go to arizona
crawl toward us. they are drifting north. individual clouds are moving welch we widen out we have those clouds in arizona there will be moisture from what is now tropical storm officers lynne roslyn die it will die and moisture toward the southwest that will give us a chance for rain. the forecast, first the lose tonight will be chilly. low of 60 and most communities will find the 60s over night. tomorrow, high temperatures for your tuesday afternoon, they are warm. we will see the triple digits in death valley, 92 in laughlin and out at lake. for the valley. clear, beautiful night. is this not a beautiful night? >> yes! >> kevin: 70 the over night low. and tomorrow morning sun clouds
that will lead to a chance for rain wednesday. tomorrow high clouds at 4:00 or 5:00 we'll make it to 89. seven day forecast. this is not going to be a huge wet system. we have a chance for showers both wednesday and thursday. not a huge chance but look the best chance. we are look for that chance by the time you get to thursday, things will dry off and friday and the weekend lots of sun. the 80s. we are back live at the springs preserve for the step up for kids event and folks in the community stepped up. look around we have tons of booths. we are looking for the wild kill are ducks that are being chased around as well. but as least on the sunny side of the preserve we show you the action. who had fun today? what have you done? had a popsicle.
>> lime. >> is it amazing i knew that. and what have you done? >> iate ice cream. >> my gosh. hope you are doing something than eating ice cream. all the booths who got to spin the wheel? >> who won a new car? really. you won a new car. swat me a five. nice job. >> this is annual event. what do you think the effects of geo therm on society as we know it? >> what? >> turn around and smile for the cam ramp how about a look at the camera. on the count of three say, back to you, jim and marie? 1, 2, 3. >> back to you jim and marie! >> maria: i love itment nicely done. >> jim: very professional. >> maria: i love how that kid guess, what?
shows us the who done it. talk about the hall wean. top picks for costumes are in guess what? the super hero wins in 2016. the national retail federation say super heros replacing last year's princess cost unanimous. those ruled the list for 11 years. for big are kids. the really big once g >> sexy witch, usually. >> and pirate in las vegas. >> jim: most of us have been there you run in the grocery store thinking you will get a few things and you leave with more than you planned. >> all the time. >> next why two major chains will relax the rules about the express check outs. >> jim: the one thing most of
but a loophole makes it easy for those same dangerous people to buy guns. they get them at gun shows and online from perfect strangers with no background checks, no questions asked. it's a dangerous loophole. closing it will save lives. let's make it harder for criminals, safer for us. yes on question 1. horner: i was proud to stand for our country. i will not stand for congressman hardy hardy wants to raise the retirement age and said seniors who rely on programs like social security are a draw on government and the disabled are a drain on society. and then there's donald trump. they're just not for us.
on our website. watch the debate here on news 3 at 6:00. now wells fargo facing problems. >> jim: two former workers slapped the bank with a lawsuit. claiming wells faring or forced workers to choose between keeping jobs and opening unauthorized accounts. 5300 workers were fire they could be part of the class action lawsuit. wellings fargoig dollars for the fake accounts. law makers and the justice department are investigating the bank. >> maria: we know what it feels like to get stared down in a grocery store fast lane because you have more than the allotted items i have been in front with -- crowing and food lion relacking the express lane rules instead of 12 or less the new rule says you can have about 12. i see. >> jim: open to interception.
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