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police -- desperately search good evening -- and welcome to this special edition of 13 action news. i'm christopher king. a murder victim's family -- is furious with police -- after the suspected killer escapes custody. tonight -- he's still on the loose -- considered armed -- and dangerous. 13 action news reporter -- david schuman joins us with new details. david. 31-year-old mohammad robinson's sister says her brother was the door for a woman at a mcdonald's. she says that woman then went and told her man...who followed robinson and killed him. north las vegas police took alonso perez into custody friday as a suspect...but he escaped the detective bureau. we have these images of him but he still hasn't been found. perhaps the most distinctive part of his description is that he's got a small tattoo of the "air jordan" logo on his neck. robinson's sister is beside herself about her brother's death -- and she's frustrated
escape. how is anybody supposed to feel safe right now? anybody in las vegas, nevada. how are they supposed to feel safe?" she says mohammad leaves behind four children. police say they're looking into if detectives made any mistakes. david schuman..13 action news. a party at a vacant house gets out of hand, someone opens fire. and now -- police want to know who. shots fired -- near smoke ranch and jones. everyone had left -- by the time officers got there. only on 13 action news -- we're hearing from a man -- who's house was hit by the bullets. 025 someone was shooting and they hit my house...shooting up the place 035 butt to 059 if they would've shot....1:02 this is crazy metro says -- several cars and homes were damaged. more vacant houses -- more
-- in downtown las vegas. the flames erupting -- outside a boarded up home -- near 10th street -- and charleston. no one was injured. the cause of the fire is under investigation. here's a live look across the valley right now. it looks really nice outside. but --there's a red-flag warning on right now. it's hot -- dry and windy out there. that means -- conditions are just right -- for wildfires. let's check in with 13-first-alert meteorologist -- karla huelga. karla really careful out there. storm systems passing to our north will keep us breezy to windy for the next several days and will keep high temps in the 90s through next work week. expect another day on the low end of the windy category tomorrow with gusts to about 35mph and high in the low to mid 90s around the valley. labor day will be even cooler with highs in the low 90s and some breezes. by tuesday high temps will be back in the low to mid 90s and
breezes. expect mainly sunny skies tomorrow through tuesday. by wednesday it'll be sunny skies and highs will remain in the mid 90s. we'll get and extra push of moisture thursday and friday which will bring more cloud cover and slight chances for isolated t-storms. highs will top out in the mid 90s on thursday and climb to the upper 90s by saturday. we'll dry out by saturday. what's left of tropical-storm hermine -- is heading out to but the danger isn't over yet. the storm -- gaining strength -- as it moves north. and millions -- along the east coast -- are still at risk -- for potentially deadly conditions this labor-day weekend. abc's -- eva pilgrim -- is along the new-jersey shore -- with the latest.
battering coastal communities with wind, rain and surf. sot - "i couldn't get out here cause it was so windy. i mean, i couldn't get out on my deck. it was just black." nats - that meant 60 mile an hour winds? strong enough to rip the side of this truck - and knock down trees. in north carolina's outer banks - reports of a tornado leaving several injured. sot - (broadcastify) "alright, we're getting multiple calls in reference to home collapse, quite a few subjects in the water, unknown how many-how many injuries." nats - in nags head - fire crews responded to a hotel where a small electrical fire forced an evacuation. families sent down to the lobby - watching as the wind tore through the city. nats - in virginia beach - the surf is barreling in? residents left waiting out the holiday weekend - at home. sot - rob marciano / abc news senior meteorologist "this is labor day weekend - and this is the beach is empty as it should
who typically take advantage of these kinds of waves are not out here, because the rip currents are deadly as well. that's the case up and down the east coast." now, the focus moves north - hermine - is now back in the atlantic - gaining strength as a post-tropical cyclone? warnings and watches extending all the way up into new jersey, new york and connecticut. residents heading to hardware stores? sot - "people calling inquiring about generators, batteries, flashlights, everything." back in florida - where hermine made landfall as the first hurricane to hit the state in more than a decade? residen left? sot - "this right here sets you back for a whole year, at least." millions now hoping rest of this storm - won't be as bad. eva pilgrim, abc news, ortley beach, new jersey. in new jersey -- a cop fights for his life -- after an early- morning shootout. a suspect is dead. and now -- a manhunt is underway. investigators say -- two officers stopped a group of men -- near the caesars casino in atlantic city. the men -- opened fire on the cops. police -- shooting back. one of the gunmen -- killed.
and in kansas city -- a teenage girl -- gunned down. two others -- injured. police -- now searching for two gunmen. authorities say -- the men -- driving by -- firing shots into residents -- have had enough. "you are very heartless and your parents, your family, whoever know who did this. you need to drag your kids to the police department and turn them in." no word on whether the girl was targeted. it's your voice -- your vote -- in the race for the white house. republican-presidential nominee -- donald trump -- still taking heat -- as critics say -- he's ignoring african-american voters. he's in detroit today -- speaking to members of the great-faith ministries. trump -- telling the congregation -- he wants to fix the nation's racial divide. (donald trump/ (r) presidential nominee) "our nation is too into the community and learn what is going on. they don't know. they have no clue.
in any form." trump's visit -- part of his outreach --to african-american voters. and right here in the valley -- volunteers are out in force -- rallying for hillary clinton -- and other nevada democratic candidates. they'll be opening two new field offices -- canvassing neighborhoods -- staffing phone banks -- and registering new balloting -- next month. marlon marshall/hillary clinton campaign 04:05:07 "the volunteers here are going person to person. talking to folks about the importance of this election and if they're not registered, making sure they are so they can participate." california congresswoman -- barbara lee -- and actor don cheadle will also join clinton -- as part of plan to pull in more african- american voters -- here in nevada. a big fine -- for a little girl. her parents say -- the city of washington -- is treating their 2- year-old -- like a criminal. what this toddler -- is accused
a valley man -- locked in a battle -- with his homeowners' association. what he uncovered -- after filing a lawsuit -- helping him put thousands of dollars -- back into his pocket. and remember -- chopper 13 -- bringning you breaking news -- fast and first. stay with us. this afternoon -- two pre-school kids -- have a lot pre-school kids -- have a lot danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. tarkanian was ordered by a judge to repay $17 million d development scheme. tarkanian refused to pay the money back, forcing taxpayers to bail him out, leaving us holding the bag. danny tarkanian's out for himself, not us.
we sent him here to fix it. but congressman joe heck became part of the problem. wall street invested over a half-million
dollars in congressman heck's campaigns, privatizing social security, handing wall street billions in fees, but risking our retirement in the stock market, cutting benefits, putting wall street ahead of us. congressman heck -- what's wrong with washington.
their parents' s-u-v -- and crashed it. the kids -- just 3 and 5 years old -- say -- they wanted to visit their grandma. neighbors say -- they heard a loud sound. they ran out -- to see what the commotion was -- finding two banged- up cars... 0:32 (annemarie warren / neighbor) (1:57 i hold the kids both in their hands and i said, 'where's your mom?' s-u-v --pull out of their driveway -- and into the nearby i driver of another car. luckily -- no one was seriously hurt in crash. now this is taking things a little too far. a washington, d.c. family -- opens up their mail -- to find out -- their 2- year-old daughter -- gets a 75-dollar fine -- for littering (theresa westover, mother) "i opened up an envelope that listed harper as having violated dcs littering code." (chuck westover/father) "she's not a criminal. and that's the ironic thing is that we talk to her all the time about picking up her
the city --the public works inspector -- eventually apologizes -- and tears up the ticket. right now -- a desperate search is underway -- for two americans. both -- experienced mountain climbers. they disappeared -- a week ago -- trying to scale -- a treacherous mountain in pakistan. abc's -- lauren lyster -- has the latest on search efforts. overnight, a desperate search for two missing climbers ? lost while attempting to summit a peak that has never been climbed. sot - they don't have gps with them. we have no idea where they're expert alpinists kyle dempter and scott adamson disappearing after a snow storm nearly 2 weeks ago? while taking on the ultra steep north face of ogre-ii in north pakistan? the trip - expected to take five days total. but the men haven't been seen since just a day into the climb... their headlamps spotted halfway up the peak. but 24 hours after that...a storm rolling in? that storm -
friends know time is running out... sot - you can imagine pit every time you get an update saying helicopters can't fly. snow. clouds. the pair attempted the same climb last year - the trip nearly killing them both after they fell hundreds of feet to the glacier below... family and friends... now hoping the men will come out alive this time too. sot - they were confident they could go back and finish what they had started. // we have to believe best they got caught, realized how bad, dug snowcave and they're waiting out the weather. that was lauren lyster reporting. a vermont woman faces fraud charges. police say -- she falsely collected money -- for a fallen firefighter. police say -- 31-year-old krystle holmes -- was asking for cash donations -- for the family of justin beebe. he's a vermont firefighter -- who died last month -- battling
ely. beebe died from his injuries -- after a tree fell on him. a record-tying earthquake -- rattles the heartland. the 5-point-6 magnitude quake -- striking about 75 miles north -- of oklahoma city. no reporterd injuries. but some buildings -- suffering heavy damage -- as folks across seven states -- felt the tremors. at least 10 more smaller after-shocks -- throughout the day. wx chat storm systems passing to our north will keep us breezy to windy for the next and will keep high temps in the 90s through next work week. expect another day on the low end of the windy category tomorrow with gusts to about 35mph and high in the low to mid 90s around the valley. labor day will be even cooler with highs in the low 90s and some breezes. by tuesday high temps will be back in the low to mid 90s and we'll still have occasional breezes. expect mainly sunny skies tomorrow through tuesday. by wednesday it'll be sunny skies and highs will remain in the mid 90s. we'll get and extra push of
which will bring more cloud cover and slight chances for isolated t-storms. highs will top out in the mid 90s on thursday and climb to the upper 90s by saturday. we'll dry out by saturday. many of us here -- in southern nevada -- live under the rule -- of a homeowner's association. that means -- paying dues every month. but -- what would you do -- to get out -- of havin week. expect another day on the low end of the windy category tomorrow with gusts to about 35mph and high in the low to mid 90s around the valley. labor day will be even cooler with highs in the low 90s and
back in the low to mid 90s and we'll still have occasional breezes. expect mainly sunny skies tomorrow through tuesday. by wednesday it'll be sunny skies and highs will remain in the mid 90s. we'll get and extra push of moisture thursday and friday which will bring more cloud cover and slight chances for isolated t-storms. in the mid 90s on thursday and climb to the upper 90s by saturday. we'll dry out by saturday. many of us here -- in southern nevada -- live under the rule -- of a
-- of a homeowner's association. that means -- paying dues every month. but -- what would you do -- to get out -- of having to fork over that money? in today's "h-o-a -- hall of shame" -- contact-13 chief-investigator -- darcy spears -- spotlights one homeowner's -- fight for freedom. 26:22 darcy stand-up lead: blown-up copies of the checks the court says the hoa owes him, for sandbagging and defying court orders. it's almost unheard of for an hoa to pay you, the homeowner. but jonathan friedrich got ten-grand from the rancho bel air board after filing a lawsuit, accusing them of fraud. 3:13 jonathan: they violated state, federal and
it. the board was forced to pay sanctions for being evasive and disobeying court orders in friedrich's ongoing case. he started the fight after discovering he's not part of an hoa... even though he lives in a guard-gated hoa community. 13:10 darcy: you believe rancho bel air belongs in the hoa hall of shame? jonathan: you betcha, because they have lied, they have cheated, they have deceived people. they tried to take my home away from me! they tried to foreclose! they had no understand why the hoa had no authority to do that even after friedrich stopped paying his monthly assessments, we need to talk donuts. 24:21 darcy stand-up: this is a donut hole, but so are and the hole simply isn't part of it. friedrich, who's currently running for state senate, is a retired construction supervisor and outspoken advocate for
oversees hoas. / nat pop 13:49 - this area outlined in red is rancho bel air unit 1./ within rancho bel air, there's a dividing line. one friedrich literally painted down the middle of his street at his property line. the community is made up of two units, developed at different times. :48 jonathan: it took the state of nevada many years to figure out there's something very wrong here. friedrich followed a found proof that homeowners in unit one were never officially part of the hoa. a few have never paid the $200 monthly assessments. others opted to join the hoa. and then, there's jonathan. 2:54 jonathan: i gladly paid it for 10 years. but i was lied to! that's what irks me. court records show the developer for unit two sent all homeowners a letter telling them they were part of the hoa. but it wasn't official.
3:44 barry: we are not one of the gestapo associations that you read about. barry becker is the unit two developer and an hoa board member. 1:48 barry: and we don't enforce anything on anybody in unit one, with the exception of requesting that they pay the association dues. the association collects what they call an "amenities assessment," which friedrich refuses to pay. it covers the manned guard gate, street lights and maintenance and some as for the security of living in a guard-gated community? 8:10 j: they cannot and have not provided security for us, even though they say it. last year, there were six burglaries in this part of the community. still, becker believes... 8:05 barry becker: he bought into a guard-protected community and now he wants someone else to pay for his share of that. i don't think that helps anybody.
of those $5,000 sanctions they had to pay friedrich, who says he, too, isn't done fighting. the case is scheduled for trial where he's hoping to get back all the money he previously paid in hoa dues. darcy spears, 13 action news. plenty to see -- and do around the valley this labor-day weekend. where you can go -- to get the kids out of the house -- and enjoy some free food and fun. and maybe -- even learn how to make -- some world-class barbecue. if you're look
sent him here to fix it. but congressman joe heck became part of the problem. wall street invested over a half-million dollars in congressman heck's campaigns, and heck supports their agenda -- privatizing social security, handing wall street billions in fees, but risking our retirement in the stock market, cutting benefits, putting wall street ahead of us. congressman heck -- what's wrong with washington.
december last year. 14 americans are killed in
a mass shooting inspired by isis. in the aftermath, congressman joe heck had the chance to ban suspected terrorists from buying guns. heck voted "no." 23 times. individuals on the fbi terror watch list have purchased firearms over 2,000 times. it's not just that joe heck does nothing to stop them. it's that he's voted to let them keep doing it.... 23 times. senate majority pac is responsible for the content
spot. they're putting on their annual labor-day hometown festival. the event features free food -- games -- and giveaways. there's even a metal-detector treasure hunt. 00:11:45:07 manuel williams "they been having a great time. then you got the boy scouts selling hot dogs and hamburgers. it's a good deal." buttwith melissa fanucchi 13:18:06 "it gets us together, we love seeing the fish. they like doing the activities. it's just fun family time." tomorrow -- from noon until 5 it's still a few weeks away -- why wait? they're getting ready -- for the forty-fourth annual greek-food festival. each weekend -- this month -- vounteers will make authentic greek dishes. they baked more than 6-thousand butter cookies today. the las vegas greek-food festival --kicks off -- september 16th. it runs through the 18th -- at the saint-john the baptist greek- orthodox church -- near jones and hacienda. karla has another look at your
we sent him here to fix it. but congressman joe heck became part of the problem. wall
street invested over a half-million dollars in congressman heck's campaigns, and heck supports their agenda -- privatizing social security, in fees, but risking our retirement in the stock market, cutting benefits, putting wall street ahead of us. congressman heck -- what's wrong with washington.
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