tv WAVY News 10 NBC January 19, 2016 5:00pm-5:30pm EST
remember, take care of your pipes. close the vents outside your house, open cabinets if your sink is on an outside wall in the kitchen or bathroom. that will let warm air inside. also drip your faucets to keep constant water flow. this will help prevent freezing. also avoid walking on frozen ponds. you can find more cold weather safety tips on wavy dot com. now breaking news thick plumes of smoke are blanketing the rural landscape of surry county. chopper 10 provides that overhead view of a meat plant that has been burning all afternoon. firefighters from 10 companies have been braving frigid temperatures while they battle this large inferno. 10 on your side's lex
live updates since our four o'clock newscast. what's happening now, lex. fire broke out at the s. wallace edwards smokehouse in surry county tuesday afternoon, reportedly followed by an explosion. tamara arthur, emergency services coordinator for the county, told wavy.com they received a report of the smokehouse on fire around 12:40 p.m. tuesday. more than two hours later, flames were still visible. according to firefighters on scene, they expect to dump up to 75,000 gallons of water to get the fire under control. the plant was open and operating when the fire started, but arthur said there have been no reported injuries and no reports of anyone trapped inside. there was an explosion heard at the smokehouse after initial reports of the fire came through, arthur said. due to a tragic fire, we will be closed for an undetermined amount of time. we'd like to thank the community for supporting us and local
their heroic work. we're eternally grateful everyone here is safe. thank you all for your continued support and prayers. we'll provide more updates soon. multiple jurisdictions responded to aid in the fire fighting. there is no cause determined yet. surry-rt. 31 is closed in both directions at old burrough rd. all traffic is being detoured to holly bush road, until further notice. stay tuned to wavy news 10 and wavy.com for updates on this breaking news. updates on this breaking news. janda mueller/edwards smokehouse employee (32) 48:25 the smoke was so black at that point it was choking just to get to your car. it just happened so fast. :32
in this follow up -- recognition of bravery and sacrifice. people in nofolk braved a frigid january afternoon in tribute to a police k-9. he was shot and killed by a suspect last week during a call for a domestic incident on land street. police later shot keith richardson after they say he raised a gun at them. 10 on your side's brandi cummings attended a special service today to remember a fr-legged servant to the community. tom- this wasn't just any dog, today k-9 krijger was hailed a hero. the flag remains at half-
will forever be remembered now this his name has been added to the norfolk police k-9 memorial. one by one officers near and far gathered for a somber occasion. sot- chief michael goldsmith - clip 38 17:10:19 this was no just mere dog. this was officer (inaudible) partner somebody that he went to work with. someone that faught with. somebody that backed him up everytime he got out of service to the department. he was shot and killed last week as police investigated a thing to have to lose your partner in the line of duty. 17:10:03 krijger's handler and his family sat at the center of the ceremony surrounded by the norfolk police k-9 unit and officers from all over hampton roads, other parts of virginia and even maryland. sot - officer sammy hernandez, richmond police - clip 12 17:01:12
that we're 100% in support of what they're going through right now. i know its a tough tough thing to go through. we escorted in a flag draped casket to his burial site at the garden of pines pet cemetery in virginia beach. a long processional followed. we learned a bit more about krijger during the memorial service. we'll tell you about an award he and his handler won two years ago in norfolk brandi cummings 10 on your side. we're following breaking news out of gloucester -- the sheriff's department released the name of the teen killed in a weekend shooting. 18 year old josh morrison from yorktown - died sunday. a friend gave us these pictures of josh. police say it happened near the intersection of ditchley road and gill - early sunday morning. three other people were also shot at that time. we're told two 20 year old men from newport news and a 15 year old girl from yorktown are expected to recover.
a friend of morrison who says he was just a nice guy. - c0026 08;58;19 "he was honestly just the sweetest, the funniest guy in the world. if you were upset, he'd do anything to make you happy ...he just cared about everybody so deeply" police charged 18-year-old dijon whitter from hampton for shooting all four people. charges have now been filed in last week's raid of six massage parlors in chesapeake. they involved 14 women ages 18 to 59 following a year long investigation. you see 10 of the women here, all are accused of multiple charges relating to prostitution. (start with chopper video) local and federal investigators searched six businesses on friday - and took the women into custody. outside of harmony massage on coastal way --- you can see two women in handcuffs, led into a chesapeake sheriff's van. local and federal authorities also raided pure massage, massage elite, asian dream massage, sunny spa and time massage.
tonight -- newport news police say the double murder suspect shot by officers is out of the hospital and behind bars. 33-year-old laratio dantzler faces 2 counts of first degree murder, gun charges and attemped robbery. detectives say he killed 38-year-old cadre grey and 30-year-old quinton kelly thursday morning. police found the bodies of both in a van at 14th street and wickham avenue. officers later caught up with dantzler and shot him during the encounter. police are still looking for a second suspect. ng up on wavy news 10 at 5:30- two virginia men charged with terrorism - what we learned about the case against them after they appeared in federal court today. i'm erin kelly in newport news, where a woman says she was working alone at a dry cleaning business when a man pointed a gun at her head and demanded money. i'll show video of the
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some loose change from last week's record powerball jackpot has landed in virginia beach. teofilo mesina and his wife are the proud winners of 1 million dollars. mesina isn't a regular powerball player, but tosses his hat in the ring every once in awhile. this time he got lucky. he uses a combination of family birth dates to pick his lucky numbers. the couple didn't watch the drawing live, but still couldn't believe their ticket was worth anything even when they saw the numbers later. c0005 15;21;09;21 (wife) i was shocked i didn't believe it until we when to the office of the lottery. i really didn't believe it. 15;21;16;16 the winning ticket was bought at the 7- eleven on lynhaven parkway in virginia beach. the mesina's plan on talking to a financial advisor on what to do with their new fortune. paying off their mortgage however is one possibility to put the money to good use.
a woman in newport news says she was working at a dry cleaner, when a man pointed a gun at her head -- and demanded money. now police want you to see the video an officer captured with his body camera. they think it shows the suspect -- trying to get away. 10 on your side's erin kelly has been talking to the detectives on the case. police think the suspect was out here in front of nam's cleaners about 45 minutes to an hour before the robbery, casing the place. and they want you to take a look at this video -- captured as an officer was responding. nats officer video - stop! stop! this is body camera video from newport news police -- of a man they think robbed a dry cleaning business friday afternoon. a woman at nam's cleaners off warwick boulevard tells 10 on your side she
alone, and sewing, when a young man came in and pointed a gun at her head. c0001 - detective l.d. legrande - newport news police department 1234 he demanded the money. there was also a couple of bags of money that he actually recovered that she was getting ready to deliver to a bank. 1240 police say the woman ran outside to see where he headed and called 911 -- but the suspect took off on a small bmx bicycle. driving and started recording him on his body camera. c0001 - detective l.d. legrande - newport news police department 2232 he was sharp enough to push this button to activate the camera and direct the camera toward this individual. 2236 here's the video again... (nats video) police think someone out there knows the suspect -- and can help them solve the case. c0001 - detective l.d. legrande - newport news red around the side of it. 1543 which really stands out if you actually know that
the dry cleaning business says they have kept the door locked, except to let in customers and plan to add a video camera here. meanwhile, police say they are still checking in with nearby businesses to see what cameras captured -- and processing evidence from the scene. live in newport news, erin kelly, 10 on your side. virginia beach city hall is taking the pulse of the people on their comprehensive plan, yes there's an app for that. it's called "speak-up v-b". this free app is available through the google play and apple stores. it offers more than 50 policy recommendations in 10 topic areas. you can then rate those recommendations and leave comments. you can attend one of three community meetings, starting tomorrow. a list is on your screen.
tonight: bitterly cold. lows in the teens. wind chills in the low teens. wind: nw 5-15mph wednesday: another cold day...increasing clouds. highs in the mid 30s. wind: nw/sw 5-15mph. wednesday night: light snow possible. accumulations will be 1" or less. cold. lows in the mid 20s. wind: sw 5-15mph. arctic high maintains its grip over our area. so, plan on another pipe-bursting cold night. it won't be as windy as last night, so wind chill values won't be as low. however, still expecting
teens on average. wednesday, an upper disturbance moves in through the evening. this will lead to the chance for light snow...however accumulations are likely...at best 1". then, we'll be watching the storm system that'll move in by friday. it's too early to talk about how much snow will occur and where, but it does look like we'll see some snow as it starts on friday...then everything turns to rain the rest of friday. heavy rain is possible. by saturday midday, it'll transition over to snow showers. stay tuned...as we fine-tune accumulations. tonight: bitterly cold. lows in the teens. wind
wind: nw 5-15mph wednesday: another cold day...increasing clouds. highs in the mid 30s. wind: nw/sw 5-15mph. wednesday night: light snow possible. accumulations will be 1" or less. cold. lows in the mid 20s. wind: sw 5-15mph. arctic high maintains its grip over our area. so, plan on another pipe-bursting cold night. it won't be as windy as last night, so wind chill values won't be as low. however, still expecting wind chills in the low teens on average. wednesday, an upper disturbance moves in through the evening. this will lead to the chance for light snow...however accumulations are likely...at best 1". then, we'll be watching
storm system that'll move in by friday. it's too early to talk about how much snow will occur and where, but it does look like we'll see some snow as it starts on friday...then everything turns to rain the rest of friday. heavy rain is possible. by saturday midday, it'll transition over to snow showers. stay tuned...as we fine-tune
two women involved in what police in arizona call a case of road rage. one of them is dead, the other charged with murder. hundreds of chinese students at arizona state university are mourning the shooting death of 19-year-old yue jiang (yoo jang) in tempe. the finance major from china was behind the wheel when another driver -- holly davis--side-swiped her saturday -- then got out and shot jiang (jang) multiple times. a witness knew the young woman wouldn't survive. (s/ tia toddy/ witness :05) "it was just scary to think that somebody is losing their life right in front of us." according to booking documents, police found a note davis left in her home stating she was going to commit an act of violence. in michigan, something in the water that will draw protesters to the governor's state of the state address tonight. they're calling for his resignation over contaminated water in one city. in 2014 governor rick snyder's administration changed flint's water
the flint river. but because the water was not properly treated, it corroded the pipes, allowing lead to contaminate it. bottled water has been poured into the city ever since. national activists have joined angry residents. sound / jesse jackson / given poison water and told it was pure." two criminal investigations along with a federal and a state investigation are underway. e-mails may contain key evidence including warnings about the water safety concerns for months. two class action lawsuits have been filed. coming up on wavy news 10 - parents and children don't always see eye to eye. why both take different
wow. the internet is crazy fast here. i know, right? it's so nice to have everyone over. hi hey. mmm. i just laid an egg. does anybody want it? joey, you want some gasoline? yes, please. mom, guess what? i married a clown and we're having tiny little clown babies. mhm. i just bought a hammer. with internet fast enough for everyone, your guests might get a bit carried away. get out of the past. get fios. when it comes to setting limits on teen driving, apparently parents and teens don't always see eye to eye.
survey found in families where parents said they put restrictions on their child's driving -- the teens themselves said they had no limits. restrictions include cell phone use, number of passengers, driving times, and locations. among parents who rated their teen's driving as above average, nearly two- thirds said they still set limits. experts say the reports findings show a need for further discussions about safe driving between parents and teens. stay with us. wavy news 10 at 5:30, starts right now! saying goodbye to a beloved police k-9. how a rescue group honors a fallen hero. and - four americans -- just released from prisons in iran -- still being checked out at a medical facility in germany. an update on how they're doing tonight -- plus -- the impact the prisoner swap is having on u-s - iranian relations. and - keeping your
safe. why monitoring isn't enough anymore. and why you may want to consider putting a freeze on your credit. we've begun the week with the coldest weather of the season and for the remainder of the week weather will continue to make headlines chief meteorologist don slater is in the super doppler 10 weather center with our first forecast. tonight: bitterly cold. lows in the teens. wind chills in the low teens. wind: nw 5-15mph wednesday: another cold day...increasing clouds. highs in the mid 30s. wind: nw/sw 5-15mph. wednesday night: light snow possible. accumulations will be 1" or less. cold. lows in the mid 20s. wind: sw 5-15mph. arctic high maintains its grip over our area. so, plan on another pipe-bursting cold night. it won't be as windy as last night, so wind chill values won't be as low. however, still expecting wind chills in the low teens on average. wednesday, an upper