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for walker..but instead, walker got him into the house, undressed him, and allegedly forced him into sexual acts. pasquotank county sheriff randy cartwright says the victim was not a minor...and so far, there's no indication walker preyed on students. but deputies will be combing through walker's history, and evidence pulled from his house to find out if there are other victims. walker's in jail -- and i didn't hear back when i asked to talk to him there. but i did talk to a neighbor and family member of walker's -- who told me she doesn't believe the accusations...that he's a nice guy, and a good teacher. the perquimans schools superintendent told me walker did have a background check -- and he wouldn't have been hired if they had found anything concerning. walker is being held on a 75-thousand dollar bond. we'll let you know what happens at his court hearing tomorrow morning. live in the newsroom, lex gray, 10 on your side. we had one day off - but the clouds and cooler temps are back - for now! chief meteorologist don
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doppler 10 weather center with our first forecast. chief meteorologist don slater is in the super doppler 10 weather center with our first forecast. tonight: partly cloudy and cold. lows in the low-mid 30s. wind: n 5-10mph. thursday: mainly cloudy with a chance for afternoon & evening showers. highs will be in the mid 40s. wind: nne through this evening, but clouds will be on the increase after midnight. lows fall into the low-mid 30s by the time you start your day on thursday. keep the umbrella handy for thursday afternoon and evening as moisture from a low offshore could swing in and bring showers our way. highs will stay in the 40s. expect another cold night leading into friday morning, but it warms up from that point...especially by the
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saturday and sunday will be above average with 50s & 60s and lots of sunshine. two days ago - they lost & 60s and lots of sunshine. two days ago - they lost everything when a fire took over their mobile home. now - a york county family - is learning just how kind strangers can be. 10 on your side's erin kelly brings us a story of a community determined to give them a fresh start. william alley says he never knew the little things could be so important, so meaningful. not until he lost his home - and almost lost his fiance.
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for sherri hacke - but for all of the people -- behind all of these this hug -- wasn't just for sherri hacke - but for all of the people -- behind all of these bags. hi. hello. i brought more stuff. aren't you sweet? 11 - 405 i mean, it's just amazing. we've had 64 people come and donate items so far 411 william alley lost his mobile home monday - in a fire off route 17. and -- he nearly lost his fiance -- who was trapped in the bedroom -- and banging on the wall, after going back to get the family dog. 2215 just saying, 'i don't want to die here, i don't want to die here' 2218 the fire department says bystanders pulled off the side of the home to get to her -- and started cpr. crews airlifted her to the hospital -- where she's been recovering. her sister, and five kids -- ages 3 one of the kids asked me, "i want my jacket"
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everything else, was gone. 454 i just sat there and watched the fire and i had tears streaming down my face 457 sherri hacke and others in york county organized a donation drive -- and people haven't stopped coming by her yarn shop to help. 733 i have no idea what it would be like to be forced out of my home with no shoes, no change of clothing, not knowing where food was coming from 741 but days after one of their worst days -- alley and the children -- are starting over -- 2543 thank you so much. ya'll are heroes. 2550 with not just new toys, but a newfound appreciation of the kindness of strangers -- helping to make their family whole again. organizers of the donation drive say they have an account set up at a local bank. they want to help the family get a new home.
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any clothing items the family doesn't need in a yard sale -- and give that money to them too. if you'd like to help -- visit our website and click on this story. erin kelly, 10 on your french quarter in new orleans early this morning. take a look at the incredible video. the massive six alarm fire destroyed the building and shut down several blocks of canal street. the fire reportedly scoarched the upper floors, which are home to a day spa and several stores. one person was in the building at the time - but got out safely. one person died and three others are missing after a house explosion in kentucky. the blast completly destroyed the home. people heard the explosion from miles away. emergency crews are still looking for the missing people. they still don't know what caused the explosion. a call for more to be done about the homeless problem in seattle is amplified by a deadly overnight shooting. two people are dead and another three in the hospital after a shooting at a homeless camp known as "the jungle." officials say they are searching
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persons of interest - and do not believe this was random. the city's mayor now faces more pressure to population. he called the shooting a tragedy, but says now isn't time to point fingers. investigators called it something never before seen in the united states. six cleveland police officers now off the job because of their role in a 20-12 chase and shooting deaths of two suspects. in total - police fired more than 137 shots after - for gun fire. after years pf investigation - cleveland's safety director fired all six officers for "gunplay putting other officers at risk." s/michael mcgrath/safety director but at the end of the day they are general police orders the rules and regulation we expect officers to comply with if they didn't comply with them i sustained the charges officers to comply with prosecutors only charged one officer, michael
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involvement in the shooting. a jury found him not guilty of involuntary manslaughter. today we're set to learn more about the conviction of the boston marathon bomber dzhokar tsarnaev. a federal judge ordered that nearly 600 court filings and exhibits be unsealed, following last year's conviction. tsarnaev and his brother, tamerlan placed two bombs near the finish line of the marathon in 20-13. four people died and 260 were hurt. tamerlan tsarnaev was killed in a shootout with police days after the bombing. the man the f-b-i arrested in connection to a plot to kill dozens of people - is described as being intense. the fbi began recording conversations between hamzeh and two informants - where he allegedly spoke in detail about how he planned to kill dozens of people at a masonic temple in milwaukee. the fbi says the twenty-three year old wanted to become famous for the attack, and even planned an escape. hamzeh's former boss says she fired him last week - after
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(he wasnt really teaching he was just being very demanding and somewhat militant with them.) butted (its still a shock so i still have to take everything in.) police charged hamzeh with possession of a machine gun and a silencer. troubles for teachers, parents, and even administrators. we continue our coverage of arrests for the people expected to set an example-- with four separate cases-- ahead on wavy news 10 at 6. the latest on that armed protest in oregon. what officials are saying today - after last night's deadly standoff. parents remember the love and kindness of a long time principal who died while saving her
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an indianapolis community mourns the death of a beloved elementary school principal. witnesses says she saved several children by pushing them out of harm's way - before a school bus suddenly jumped the curb.
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"thank you mrs. jordan" butted "we love you susan, oh yes we do. when you're not with us we're blue" last may, students and staff made this youtube video - showing the impact principal susan jordan made on their school. jordan died after 22 years as principal. richard rowley parent (00:20 - 00:32) ((4159 i've known her for years i had two kids who go here so you know i'm feeling really sad.)) (regina simpson/parent) "my son has downs so she kind of connected with him and kind of understood him and always made sure he was in his class and she was just very, very caring towards me and my family " two 10-year old children were also hurt - but expected to be ok. 25 students were on the investigators are trying to figure out what happened. armed protesters are not giving up their fight in oregon. the latest following last night's deadly standoff. and it's a crime you have to see to believe. what
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the leader of the armed militia that seized control of a federal wildlife refuge eariler this month - is in custody. we now know - his second in command was killed last night - during a gunfight with authorities. 10 on your side's nicole livas joins us from the wavy live center - wit the lateset. that's right deanna and anita. just 24 hours after a member of the group was killed, and authorities too eight others into custody-- armed protesters still occupy that wildlife refuge tonight. (nats: scene) it happened along this stretch of highway 395. a remote area police and federal agents say they picked, to reduce the chance of violence.. but as officers pulled over a caravan of leaders from an anti-government protest group--. 45 miles from the oregon wildlife refuge they have occupied for almost a month --
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(s/ greg bretzing / fbi, special agent in charge :20 - :26) "one man died as we attempted to take him into custody. because of the ongoing investigation / fifty-four year-old lavoy fini-cum was shot and killed.. finicum had become a spokesman for the group.. and recently told nbc news: (s/ file: lavoy finicum :37 - :42) "honestly, there are things more important than your life -- and freedom is one of them." eight protesters were taken into custody -- including the group's leader... nevada rancher ammon bundy.. and his brother ryan.. who was treated for a gunshot wound after his arrest.. armed protesters remain in control of the (mal- hoor) malheur national wildlife refuge right now... calling for the release of two oregon ranchers-- convicted of lighting fires on government land.. and demanding local control of all federal land.. while today, sheriff dave ward emotionally called for them to leave. (s/ sheriff dave ward / harney county 1:10 - 1:17) "this has been tearing our community apart. / a county in the cross-hairs of a standoff-- and national
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violent now.. the arrested protesters will have their first court appearance later this afternoon, on federal felony charges. nicole livas - 10 on your side. tonight: partly cloudy and cold. lows in the low-mid 30s. wind: n 5-10mph. thursday: mainly cloudy with a chance for afternoon & evening showers. highs will be in the mid 40s. wind: nne 5-15mph. friday: a mix of sun & clouds. highs in the mid- upper 40s. wind: sw 5-15mph. no rain through this evening, but clouds will be on the increase after
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the low-mid 30s by the time you start your day on thursday. keep the umbrella handy for thursday afternoon and evening as moisture from a low offshore could swing in and bring showers our way. highs will stay in the 40s. expect another cold night leading into friday morning, but it warms up from that point...especially by the weekend. highs for saturday and sunday will be above average with 50s & 60s and lots of
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tonight: partly cloudy and cold. lows in the low-mid 30s. wind: n 5-10mph. thursday: mainly cloudy with a chance for sun & clouds. highs in the mid- upper 40s. wind: sw 5-15mph. no rain through this evening, but clouds time you start your day on thursday. keep the umbrella handy for thursday afternoon and evening as moisture from
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swing in and bring showers our way. highs morning, but it warms up point...especially by the weekend. highs for saturday and sunday will be above average with 50s
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coming up on wavy news ten at five- thirty - a man in handcuffs get's away - in a stolen police cruiser! we'll tell you how it happened - and the show you the dash-cam video to prove it. and i'm tom schaad. next on wavy news 10 at 6-- a parent charged with knocking a school official out faces a judge. what we've learned from newly filed paperwork in the case. plus-- ((c38 51:56-52:11)) "a former teacher in hampton locked up tonight. all after she allegedly took indecent liberties with a student on two seperate occasions. i'm joe fisher in hampton, i'll tell you how the school system and police are investigating
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wavy news 10 at 6 p.m." these stories and more when nicole and i see you at 6-- keep it right
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police in florida are searching for a thief - now nicknamed to botox bandit. that's because he got away with thousands of dollars of the stuff! security cameras caught him bursting into a miami-area plastic surgeon's office - wearing a santa
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filled up a trash can and took off. doctors say, on the street, the pilfered botox could fetch 20-thousand dollars. dashcam footage from inside an oklahoma highway patrol car shows a handcuffed suspect - stealing the vehicle. police say it started out with a traffic stop. they pulled over the 23 year old man for following too closely and unsafe lane changing. the tropper put the man in the front seat to ask him a few questions. minutes later he got out of the car to search the suspect's car - and before you know it, the man climbs over and takes off! police found him about an hour later. as you can imagine - he faces a long list of charges. a plan to stop niagara falls from falling - is in the works. why officials want to halt the world famous attraction. then at 6-- 28=28:50 "i'm jason marks in richmond. gavin grimm the gloucester
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student takes his fight to the us court of
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nicole: a project is in the works to replace to 115-year-old bridges collecting the u.s. mainland that's connecting the u.s. mainland. they will have to shut down niagara falls and reroute water from the american side, about
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horseshoe falls on the canadian side while the rest was over the american side. as will redirect the entire river flow to horseshoe falls. completion of the project goes forward could be several years away. interesting. stay with us. wavy news 10 at 6:00 is coming up next. >> now on your site this is wavy news 10. tom: the writing is on the wall with four separate incidents involving schools. a parents, to teachers, and an assistant principal. nicole: all accused about behavior and facing a whole lot more than a trip to the office. all four of a serious charges, including one accused of assaulting a portsmouth assistant principal. tom: we have got new information since the report of this last night. their case of tracy lawrence is getting national attention. she is accused of hitting the assistant principal in the head, knocking her out briefly. today, he faced a judge and we went to the courthouse to learn new details on the incident.
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brandi: started as a conversation about a child's bad behavior in school, but tonight 's mom is facing two misdemeanor charges for what some call bad behavior of her own. the details are disturbing. according to court documents, the assistant principal was explaining to tracy lawrence her son had been disruptive in school. she was being shown video inside office during the school day. lorentz is accused of getting angry and yelling "how would you feel if i mushed your head?" she then it's melvin on the left side of the face and hear. the hit was so hard she felt back it was bravely knocked out. this picture of hodges melvin was obtained by a professional organizations website. after the attack, lorentz took off but was later arrested by a school resource officer at her
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at the home, a man told me they
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