tv 7 News at Noon NBC October 21, 2016 12:00pm-1:00pm EDT
>> this is 7 news at noon. >> christa: we begin with breaking news here at new hampshire. >> sarah: the attack disrupting internet service this morning up and down the east coast. the company then say its servers were hit by a denial of service attack this morning. which workers by overwhelming... which works by overwhelming computers with malicious electronic traffic. so here sa look at two tweets sent out by the company. everything is back to normal, they say.
including twitter, netflix and viesa. again, their servers are back up and rung. no word yet on the instigator of this attack. >> christa: also breaking at noon: the man police say the behind an alarming assault up in lawrence is ordered held without bail. the suspect accused of kidnapping and raping a 13-year-old while she was walking to school. police say this girl was held for more than two hours before he finally let her go. live now in lawrence with the very latest on this story. vicky? >> reporter: this man was just arraigned here at lawrence district court on these very serious charges. charges that include kidnapping, rape of a child. he was ordered held without bail. all of this stemming from an incident yesterday where he is accused of attacking this young girl as she was walking to school. a strong police presence outside a lawrence middle school, trying to ease
details emerge of a child kidnapped and raped. >> the victim reports having been forcibly dragged from the street into a second-floor apartment. >> reporter: the victim, just 13 years old, a girl on her way to middle school. police say the 21-year-old man is a stranger and raped her. holding her against her will for two terrifying hours. >> it is very concerning and disturbing. and you know, be able to go to school and be safe. >> reporter: parents shaken to their cores. police say the man let the girl go but only threatening he would find her if she went to police. she immediately told a teacher and her mom. >> she is a courageous young person. gave quite a bit of detail about the interior of the location. >> reporter: that information leading police right to the suspect arresting him. police say he has a criminal past and was wearing a gps
and was facing eviction. >> i actually, have called the cops several times. >> out of an abundance of caution, we are reminding parents to reinforce safe travel practices. including using the buddy system. >> reporter: school officials reaching out to families, reminding them to keep kids safe, even though police made an arrest. >> he is off the street. and no immediate or continuing threat to the public. >> reporter: we are learning more about this suspect's criminal past. he was wearing a gps bracelet because he is awaiting trial on an extortion charge. he is accused of threatening to send an obscene picture of a woman. fefers ordered held without bail on the child rape charges. victoria warren, 7 news. >> sarah: police in chelsea arrest a man who hit a 13-year-old boy with a stray bullet. that man also called to court
live now with more. kimberly? >> reporter: sarah, that arraignment just wrapped up. what we learned in court today is that the suspect was i.d.ed by a witness. he allegedly had evidence on him that linked him to this shooting. this is 19-year-old christian garcia. police say he is a gang member known as kumba. on wednesday night, he allegedly went to chelsea's boston park and open-fired, hitting a 13-year-old boy sleeping in his bed. >> support they are giving me. >> reporter: this is the victim. juan lopez delgado, returning home from surgery where family says a bullet remains lodged in his shoulder. >> they thought they could remove the bullet, but they can't. it is actually stuck in there. >> reporter: a nine-millimeter gun was used in the shooting. shell casings were found in his clothing. >> detectives searched that
>> reporter: now, the suspect was being held on $100,000 cash bail. he also has an open case in malden. the bail in that case has been revoked. he is also ordered to stay away from the witness in this case. kimberly bookman, 7 news. >> sarah: now turning to the forecast. not much to get excited about outside so far. a dull gray start to the day. the sun trying to come out a little bit. fog definitely looks better than this morning, bri. >> bri: yeah. we have broken out the fog. norwood, how does 78 feel on a day like today? 7 in boston. incredible. our dew points are in the mid-60's. so it feels like sort of a middle of summer sort of gray day. where we have a lot of humidity out there. and very mild temperatures. even warm in norwood, where the sun has been out for a while. still, some patchy fog in worcester and in beverly. but again, it is improving. at least with the fog. clouds are not far off from us, though. we will increase the cloud
rain on the way for us. it is not this that you seal over here to the west of us. but rather some tropical moisture that will bring us some very heavy downpours working in toward the evening commute. we have we have to run through the timeline and talk about some high-elevation snow on the way for the weekend. that is to come in a few minutes. >> christa: okay. also on 7: a woman found safe overnight after she had been missing for more than a day. and today the woman is recovering in the hospital. >> sarah: police are looking into the john cuoco has the very latest. >> reporter: an intense search ending with a woman missing for more than a day, being found. 7 news was there as she was taken from a wood area and loaded into an ambulance. >> it was potentially up to about 30 hours. worth of time that we are still ongoing in the investigation. >> reporter: the 45-year-old
dozens of officers searched all over. including near the home. in the ends, a k-9 unit finally found her nearby in bill rick qa. >> she is being treated right now. it was a good outcome for us. >> reporter: authorities can't say how or why she went missing. but police say there is th about this case. adding this case may not be closed if not for the hard work involved. >> we are appreciative of all their work and effort. as well as the effort of all the individuals involved. we are really appreciate it. >> reporter: so as of early this morning, we were told this woman is being evaluated at the hospital. in billerica, 7 news. >> sarah: now to our election countdown. 18 days to go. almost exactly 24 hours after they met in a testy third and
and this time, it was supposed to be all in good fun. but not everyone was laughing. here is edward lawrence. >> reporter: in a moment hidden from most in the room, donald trump finally shook hands with hillary clinton. at the alfred e. smith foundation dinner in new york. the republican candidate started offer his speech being political. >> hillary believes that it is vital to deceive the people by havingne totally different policy in private. >> reporter: after a round of boos, trump finally got the message. this night was about fun and charity. >> this is the first time ever, ever that hillary is sitting down and speaking to major corporate leaders and not getting paid for it. >> it's amazing i'm up here after donald. i didn't think he would be
transition of power. >> reporter: clinton did her part for the roast. >> getting through these three debates with donald has to count as a miracle. >> reporter: on the campaign trail, clinton and president obama in florida and his wife in phoenix trying to rally support for election day. >> then says today he will accept the results if he wins? that, that is not fast joking matter. >> reporter: trump held a rally in ohio beforehe >> if i win! (cheers and applause) >> reporter: leaving the door open to challenging the results if may the don't go his way. today donald trump has three events in two battleground states. north carolina and pennsylvania. hillary clinton will hold a rally in cleveland, ohio. edward lawrence, nbc news, washington. >> christa: a man from worcester has died following an accident with a tow truck. we are told it happened around 11:00 last night on southbridge street. officials say the 45-year-old man had had a heart attack
and then rode into the back of that truck. he was taken to the hospital where he later died. and a driver injured after hitting the back of a gas tanker in chelsea overnight. this was the scene on eastern avenue. the cause of that crash is still under investigation. >> sarah: methuen police searching nor suspect wanted for an armed bank robbery. the man pointed a gun at the teller, grabbing some money and then taking off. an initial search for the suspect forced nearby schools to go into lockdown. and in slamming into a house on wilson street. the crash happened just before 3:00 a.m. . according to enterprise or the enterprise, the driver ran off after the accident and has not been found. >> christa: more news now: a fight under way earlier today in the iraqi city of kirkuk. witnesses there say isis militants attacked a local police compound. iraq is now in its fifth day of this offensive batsle to drive isis out of mosul. >> reporter: a u.s. military member assisting iraqi forces
combat casualty in this offensive. richard engel reports near mosul. >> reporter: isis today hit back. with a sneak attack on a government complex. in the city of kirkuk. where they exchanged fire with security forces. isis may be trying to slow down the assault on mosul. it doesn't seem to be working. iraqi troops said today they pushed to within just four miles of the city. the isis capital in iraq. control of the town of bartala. iraqi troops brought in their heaviest weapons. isis fought back with suicide bombers. but all this was music to the iraqi soldiers' ears. "we will win, god willing, we will be in mosul in days." isis does seem to be retreating from some of its positions. the soldiers showed us a tunnel and bunker complex they
the corridor stretched for half a mile. at the far end, we came out into an isis headquarters. food still in the kitchen area. half-made bombs. chemicals for more. on the wall, what has become one of the most infamous symbols anywhere, the isis logo. more often than not, when americans were standing in front of, this they were about to be beheaded. reaching mosul, the isis stronghold may just be the easy part. today the u.n. warned that isis has gathered about 600 civilian families from the mosul area, brought them to isis locations to use as human shields. nbc news, near mosul. northern iraq. >> reporter: coming up, a new song by lady gaga and the specific victim she says the
>> sarah: welcome back. 12:15: the fog has lifted. >> christa: better to stay inside. we could get some rain later, bri. >> bri: it is a mixed bag all throughout the day. wait until you see our current temperatures aos we have some patchy fog, low clouds left around, worcester up through nashua, new hampshire. also a little light fog around beverly. right now. otherwise, it has improved. much improved since earlier this morning. look at where our current temperatures are. i can't believe it. flirting with 80 degrees in norwood. 72 in boston. 7 in plymouth. we had a warm front that worked through last night and that warmed our temperatures up. it feels like a soupy summer day. those dew points are so high as well. running notice mid-60's.
out? well, your hair-do may not fare too well. it is humid out there. scattered showers will hold off, i think, for the next couplele of hours. and you see the heavier rainfall to our west. four to six inches. even seven inches of rainfall through upstate new york and pennsylvania earlier today. that is not so much what's working in for us. but rather some tropical moisture to our south. you see this plume right here where my arrow : is that is stretching in our direction from the south too the north. as we get into later this evening. you see we are already at 5:00. some breaks of the cloud cover for some sunshine throughout the afternoon. today, allowing for those temperatures to warm up. then we see the wet weather come into play. and oranges, yellows, reds, showing up here indicating some heavier downpours. we could really get dumped on from time to time. the key here is where does that heavy rainfall actually end up? so while some of us get a quarter of an inch to half an inch, others could pick up
rainfall as we head through the later hours of today. now, watch what happens as we roll through the timeline into saturday and even into early sunday. seeing some purples and blues and some pinks showing up here. that does indicate the first snowfall. now, i think this is very aggressive. what you are seeing here in worcester county. i don't believe we will see snow there. however, there is the first snowfall on the way for many areas, northern new england, stretching through the berkshires. as the temperatures drop behind that cold front. for us rain. widespread, half an inch to an inch with localized downpours picking up between two, even three inches not out of the question. we might have to watch for some flooding conditions as we get into this evening. of course, jeremy reiner will be here to track it all for you make sure you tune in for updates. wind gufss as we gets into the weekend really pick up for saturday afternoon. and then sunday, downright gusty. so something you will want to pay attention to. it will be knocking down the leaves.
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donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself.
>> christa: a thief lowering himself down to the roof of a sporting goods in canada and then making off with some top-of-the-line hockey sticks. some of them worth $300 apiece. >> sarah: now police are trying to investigate the theft. straight out of a movie script, a spectacular entrance. drilling a hole through the roof sporting goods store. >> you are amazed. you are also sickened to watch what he is doing to. go undetected that way and to not really have a care. >> reporter: for one hour on saturday evening, there was no apparent sense of urgency as he selected sticks priced at $00 a pop. >> honestly, the very best. from ccm, bauer, warrior. true. >> reporter: all piled up by
loot into a white van. about 150,000 worth of hockey sticks alone gone. >> onen to of the roof, the key location to drop into the store where you are not hitting anything. any beams or pipes or any electrical lines. to land directly in the stick section took some planning. >> reporter: police say investigators will be questioning staffer. >> >> reporter: or whether another attempted robbery 24 hours later on is connected. it has left greg i goier reeling and asking for help. >> if you are hearing about sticks being sold on the side at a great price, maybe request the question or raise a flag. hock where is one of the most
for the thieves. >> christa: coming up, the bruins hope to make their home opener a good one. >> sarah: our first class act of the new school year. a group of students going above and beyond to help others. spent 21 years in the navy, defending america. if i only
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>> christa: this group goes the extra mile or two or 70. and through all their hard work, they help get people into brand new housing. and they are today's class act. what does building a house in roslindale and walking the length of cape cod have to do with one another? answer? it is all part of the efforts of the senior class at
>> it is more challenging than i thought it would be. i was like, oh, my goodness. it is going to be, like, really hard. >> reporter: these 11 seniors made it their mission to raise money for habitat for humanity which builds houses for the poor. they challenge themselves. they raise funds by walking 70 miles across cape cod from the sagamore bridge to provincetown. . >> it seems like this huge kind of impossible thing. >> christa: averaging 12 >> it was very tough. we are very, very tired. you have to remember why you are there. >> you can't walk 70 miles unless you really like the 12 people you are walking with. >> after six days, provincetown. >> yes, finally. it was really cool. because we felt like we could make a big difference. >> christa: and what a difference they made. pledges for the walk came in at more than $3,000. and that is the amount they donated to habitat for humanity. the day they donated the money, they put in sweat equity.
house in ross listen dale. >> this group of students is amazing. they really wanted their money to go to a place where it could make a difference. and now they are actually here building a house. all the people were so nice and welcoming. so understanding. we weren't really construction workers. >> we care about these people. and these affordable homes. >> christa: this was their first big service project that any class has done at their particular academy. there is going to be more. they have set the bar really high. and love that they have the stamina for that and the commitment. >> sarah: what a great group of students and inspiration to their peers as well. if you know a student between 6-12th grade doing something outstanding in school sports or in their community, nominate them on-line at whdh.com. >> christa: all right.
>> bri: some heavy rain on the way for us as we head into the later evening hourtion. we have to run through the timeline and talk about the weekend forecast to come. >> sarah: police in roxbury want to identify the truck and the driver in this picture. they think it could be connected to a deadly shooting. >> christa: a man that police say attacked a young girl ordered held without bail. we will have the latest after the break. kathy: it goes by so fast. kate: one day you're a kid - and the next... kelly:
...you're raising your own little girl. kelly: growing up, i watched my mom work so hard. through challenges and struggles, she made our lives better. she's my inspiration in the senate - whether strengthening social security or medicare, protecting our environment, or helping make college more affordable... she taught me that with hard work... kate: you can do anything? kathy: anything.
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>> sarah: the attack disrupting internet service this morning up and down the east coast. here is a look at two tweets sent out by the company. the company says its servers were hit by a denial of service attacked this morning. which works by overwhelming computers with malicious electronic traffic. everything is back to normal now. they provide internet traffic optimization to huge web sites, including twitter, netflix and viesa. the company says the level of disruption is hard to gauge at this point. back up and running. no word yet on the instigator of the cyber-attack. >> christa: a suspect accused of kidnapping and raping a 13-year-old. he is held without bail. police say this girl was held for more than two hours before he finally let her go. >> reporter: strong police presence outside a lawrence middle school, trying to ease
details emerge of a child kidnapped and raped. >> the victim reports having been forcibly dragged from the street into a second-floor apartment. report t victim, just 13 years old, a girl on her way to middle school. police say the 21-year-old man is a stranger and raped her. holding her against her will for two terrifying hours. >> it is very concerning and disturbing. and you know, be able to go to school and be safe. >> reporter: parents shaken to their cores. police say the man let the girl go but only threatening he would find her if she went to police. she immediately told a teacher and her mom. >> she is a courageous young person. gave quite a bit of detail about the interior of the location. >> reporter: that information leading police right to the suspect's, arresting him.
neighbors afraid to show their faces say he is trouble and was facing eviction. >> i actually have called the cops several times. >> out of an abundance of caution, we are remaining parents to please reinforce safe student travel practices, including using the buddy system. >> reporter: school officials reminding families to keep kids safe. even though police made an arrest. >> he is off the street and no immediate... and no immediate or continuing threat to the public or schoolchildren exists. >> reporter: the suspect is facing serious charges that include kidnapping and raimondo of a child. he was ordered held without bail. in lawrence, victoria warren, 7 news. >> sarah: police in chelsea say they have arrested a man who hit a 13-year-old boy with a stray bullet. that man was also called to court today. kimberly bookman has more. >> reporter: this is 19-year-old christian gars yeah.
on wednesday night, he allegedly went to chelsea's boston park and open-fired. hitting a 13-year-old boy sleeping in his bed. >> thank you for all the support that you have given me. >> reporter: this is the victim, juan lopez delgado, returning home from surgery where family says bullet remains lodged in his shoulder. >> they thought they could remove the bullet, but they can't. it is actually stuck in there. >> reporter: shell casings matching a gun were found in garcia's >> when his family brought him new clothing, detectives searched that clothing. they located a nine-millimeter shell casing. >> reporter: and the suspect is held on $100,000 cash bail. he also has an open case out of malden. the bail in that case has been revoked. he must also stay away from the witness in this case. in chelsea, kimberly bookman, 7 news. >> christa: on this friday, it's been dreary to start things out.
morning. the big question, how about tonight? how about the weekend? here is meteorologist bri eggers. >> a little built of everything for the next few days. you look at our current temperatures. 78 in norwood. 72 in boston. upper 6's. elsewhere, it looks like the middle of summer rather than the middle of october. 'mly with these dew points in the mid-60's. it is humid out there today. the frizz factor is a factor. now, we don't really have shower activity that is moving through at this point. but it will be later on this evening. what's with these mild temperatures? well, you see this warm front that lifted through the area last night. in fact, our temperatures did rise through the night last night. but look at what's happening behind that front. what a difference in temperatures from 71 in albany, to just 50 degrees. you only have to go a few miles for that to happen. a big cooldown is on the way. eventually, we have to get through some wet weather first. we better run through the timeline to plan your weekend.
>> sarah: police in natick hoping a surveillance video will help them find a group of alleged thieves who ripped off an apple store. the suspects are still on the run, they say, after making off with more than $10,000 in iphones. take a close look at this video. a group of 7 scattered inside this busy apple store. after stealing not one or two but 19 iphones in less than a minute. >> it's bad. >> oh, wow. >> reporter: the group made up of both men and women walk into the natick mall, trying to hide their faces.po the store, went to the iphone display and then orchestrated the theft. grabbing the phones off their chargers, then cutting the security cords before running out. >> it is like a new phone, people are crazy. >> when you think about it, they are only salespeople on the floor. not security guards. it seems like it is open game. >> reporter: eric fallon visit it is store often. he says it is always busy. making it a crime of opportunity. >> right when you enter the store, it is right there.
just right on display. >> reporter: a similar theft happened in hingham a few weeks ago. police do believe it is connected to this theft. shoppers say they want to see more security. >> actually, i'm planning on looking at the 7 right now. keep my eyes peeled. >> i'm not shocked by it. i'm really not. they need to put security at the exits. it is a sad state of affairs. >> sarah: right now police haot >> christa: the boston police department trying to identify the driver and truck you see in this picture. they believe it is connected to a deadly shooting that happened in roxbury earlier this month. the vehicles described as a white newer model ford pick-up truck. the 20-year-old man was shot and killed near ziegler and dearborn streets back on october 6. this happened during the middle of the day while young students were onboard a school bus. nearby. the fall river police department asking for the public to help them find the
20-year-old kelvin manual cruz is accused of shooting a man earlier this month. police consider him to be armed and dangerous. >> sarah: a touching tribute to honor a local soldier. police officers and firefighters paying respect to sean o'connell from rockland. the procession started in central maine where sergeant o'connell died and ended at a funeral home in weymouth. sergeant o'connell did tours of duty in iraq and afghanistan. >> we got the word they would be transporting him from augusta, maine all the way down to mcdonald's funeral home in weymouth. we figured we would get out and support him and his family in the community. >> devastating. i'm absolutely torn. completely heartbroken. lady gaga has released a new song about trayvon martin.
a response to the police shootings of african-americans in the u.s. martin was shot and killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer back in 2012. >> christa: covering more news now: more than a hundred firefighters battling late into the night fighting this house fire in los angeles. crews responded to this three-story home last night and one person was hurt at last word, crews were still searching for another person unaccounted for. police rescuing a deer that was literally caught in headlights in ohio. officers say the animal ran out on to the roadway and then stopped when he saw the headlights from all the cars heading that way. police grabbed a broom. and they helped usher this scared deer back to the side of the road. and then it took off into a wooded area. >> sarah: still ahead on 7 news, the cubs are one step closer to the world series. the former red sox lefty jon lester played in the latest win. >> christa: a local woman having serious issues and problems with this new refrigerator until she called
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imagine if your child were trapped in a failing school. imagine if your child couldn't read or write at grade level. imagine if your child were stuck on a waiting list. 32,000 kids want to go to a public charter school. but they can't. if you like your public school, question 2 won't affect you. but for kids stuck in failing school districts, question 2 will let parents and give all our kids hope. please vote yes on question 2. >> christa: that is classic stay inside movie. maybe a book kind of day. if that you have luxury. right? >> sarah: yeah. good thing it is a friday. maybe a halloween movie, bri. >> bri: something spooky or just hocus-pocus.
low to mid-, even upper 70's on the board. if you can believe it. 78 in norwood. 73 in plymouth. doesn't feel like the middle of of course. especially because of how high our dew points are right now. it is very muggy out there. frizz factor is a factor today. even some light scattered showers as we move through the next couple of hours. the heavier rainfall isn't with us just yet. now, the bigger picture shows the reason why it is so muggy and so mild. a warm front moved through last night. in fact, our temperatures did kind of rise overnight. most this morning. and the heaviest rainfall stays out west. even reports through pennsylvania of four to six inches of rain last night and early this morning. i love to play this game. find the front. you can see a very clear line that's drawn here between the mild air that we are enjoying and the low 70's. and the mid-40's to around 50 degrees. that is behind that front. we are in for that cooldown. through tomorrow. looks like we start out mild for saturday morning. and then temperatures drop from there.
sun at this point. you can't rule out a pop sprinkle to move through. we are really waiting on this. tropical moisture to. work into the picture. and that could give us some localized downpours. i think we can count on half an inch widespread for rain reports when all is said and done by tomorrow midday. we can't rule out higher totals. even between two to even three inches of rainfall. >> we pick up on those downpours, could be some flooding issues. some stronger storms, we are talking thunder-b jeremy reiner starting at 4:00 p.m. this afternoon. and see that latest update. we will run through the timeline for you here. i do think the heavy stuff holds off until the second half of the evening commute. i'm thinking six, between 6:00 and 8:00 p.m. still kind of continuing around 9:00, 10:00. we see scattered showers overnight. look at what these temperatures do. we start out in the low 60's tomorrow morning. by 4:00 p.m., dropping even into the upper 40's and mid-50's for us here in boston.
yes. some blue purple coloring here. first snowfall for the berkshires. possibly the worcester hills. i don't think any of that will stick. really, the snowfall is going to be in northern new england. for the ski resorts. that is good news. now, as we take a look at the wind profile, this is something we will want to pay attention to for tomorrow afternoon into sunday. it could get quite gusty. between 0-40-mile-per-hour gusts are expected. ushering in the cool air. we will want to outdoor activities. the head of the charles is this weekend. some fall leaves will come down this weekend as well to.
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huge tax breaks to millionaires. while 95% of us... got nothing. kelly ayotte. you need to know in washington.
uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose,
ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. would you tell a child to aspire to be like donald trump? oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself.
i just want what's best for my kids.
when i hear arguments that massachusetts needs more charter schools, i think: what about the students in all of our schools? every new charter takes away more money from the existing public schools. that's 400 million dollars, just last year. we can't afford to drain even more money from our kids' schools because they're already losing so much. i'm not just standing up for my own kids; i'm fighting for yours, too.
so hard. through challenges and struggles, she made our lives better. she's my inspiration in the senate - whether strengthening social security or medicare, protecting our environment, or helping make college more affordable... she taught me that with hard work... kate: you can do anything? kathy: anything. kate: my mom taught me that too. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte,
>> chad: hey, is he sleeping? >> lucas: oh, yeah, yeah, he's out--probably making up for the last couple weeks. adrienne's excited. she gets to take a shower finally. >> chad: i ran into harold. he said that he had to call anne milbauer a cab this morning. >> lucas: yeah, yeah, that was kind of 'cause of me. >> chad: why? >> lucas: well, she showed up out of nowhere, and she said she was out of gas or something and she was stranded, so i let her use a guest room. i was gonna kick her out, you know, but i thought with everything going on, it might be a bad idea. >> chad: no, no, that's fine. look, i...um... i appreciate everything that you have done for thomas