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tv   FOX 6 News at 10  FOX  August 23, 2016 1:05am-1:36am CDT

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10pm open we start at ten with breaking news in waukesha-- been a big concern on campus. a lockdown at carroll university has just been lifted... after a report of a man with a gun. this is a live look-- carroll university officials tell us around 8-45 tonight, there was a call to police reporting a man with a gun on campus. but university officials now tell us that the situation has been resolved. we are still waiting to hear if anyone was found with a gun - or if anyone was taken into custody. there are no reports are
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right now there are only a small number of students living on campus. now to a fox6 exclusive. a former milwaukee police officer-- accused of making threats at city hall. the 48-year old man was arrested after claiming he had a gun-- fox 6's bret lemoine explains-- what police found - was almost as dangerous. bret's live downtown. the suspect claimed to have a gun... but in reality, police say he was armed with an axe! according to the criminal complaint...48-year old gilberto gil-bear-toe collado co-ya-doe walked up to this information counter inside city hall with a bag... and told a worker he had recently been arrested for a d-u-i and that he is a former city employee. the milwaukee police department confirms collado is in fact a former m- p-d officer. while he was speaking to the worker, milwaukee mayor tom barrett walked by with his security detail.the worker tells investigators collado said something like 'if
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with a gun. i have a gun in my bag' in reference to the mayor and his security. collado allegedly said he was leaving... but told the worker hed be back. bl 'investigators say they found the suspect a short time later, outside the chase bank near the corner of wisconsin and water about two blocks away from city hall.' officers confiscated collados bag... inside there was no gun. but this former cop was allegedly carrying a one-and- a-half pound black camp axe. also they found a clear plastic sandwich bag containing an 'off-white chunky substance.' investigators say the substance tested positive for cocaine... weighing point-24 grams. online court records show collado pleaded 'not guilty' during his initial appearance saturday and was released on a 500-dollar signature bond. when we stopped by his house monday... nat 'door knock' ...no one answered the door but loud music was coming from inside. collado faces charges of disorderly conduct... and possession of
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attorneys office had 'no comment' about this case. a spokeswoman for the mayor did not return our calls. he is ordered to have no contact with city hall... controlled substances... or weapons. reporting live outside city hall, bl, fox6 news. mary thanks bret a scary situation inside a walgreen's on the city's north side. this afternoon -- someone fired shots inside the location at 27th and and police say no one was hurt-- the shooter fired into the ground. but he or she is not in custody. new information now about the officer-involved shooting that prompted unrest in milwaukee. tonight we've learned two body cameras captured the incident. but it could be a while before we see either video-- stephanie grady joins us in studio with more. wisconsin attorney general brad schimel held a news conference
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months before the body camera video is released. he's worried the evidence on those recordings could harm the investigation if it's made public too soon. sylville smith was fatally shot near 44th and auer a week ago saturday. authorities have said smith was fleeing police and that footage from the officer's body camera clearly shows smith holding a handgun. but schimel says that footage is just a small part of the investigation. his team is also interviewing witnesses-- and reviewing evidence collected at the scene. i can tell you now: viewing the body cm answer all of your questions. your questions will be better answered when the videos are viewed in the context of all the information that is gathered in the investigation. schimel says there is no timeline to finish the investigation. but he expects a decision on charges to come faster than it did in the dontre hamilton case. that took about six months. schimel also confirms some of the state investigators on this
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see that as a conflict of interest because there's no direct relationship to the officers involved. in response to schimel's remarks-- the a-c-l-u of wisconsin says many questions remain unanswered. "the chief has said this is a suspicion stop. a suspicion stop? ok, so what was suspicious about these spokesman chris ahmuty says he specifically wants to hear from milwaukee police chief ed flynn. m-p-d is conducting its own internal investigation into the officer who shot and killed smith. in the meantime-- this case has gained national attention. the reverend jesse jackson confirms he will attend syville smith's funeral on friday. police have a suspect in an arson that occurred during milwaukee's unrest.
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need your help in identifying him! krystle kacner talks with the store owner's family... about what this latest development means to them... for someone to just take all of that away from him in a blink of an eye is just so disheartening to me. tyria thomas was with her father when he got the call that his business.. mjm liquor .. had been broken into.. and set on fire.. it makes you feel violated, it makes you feel sad it makes you fe feels that way not only seeing what people did her family's business... but seeing how it's left her father... it was his lively hood. now my father, hes just really really... not the same person after this happened. but now.. hope. in the form of picture- milwaukee police and a-t-f captured off the surveillance cameras inside the store that night.
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should be brought to justice. and while an arrest will help thomas and her family move forward she also feels it can prevent something this from happening to another family i think it will give them a sense of seeing, someone will turn you in, you can be stopped. the family says they don't know what's next for them at this point .... any one with information on this case is asked to call milwaukee police. live in milwuakee krystle kacner fox 6 news mary thanks krystle we've been covering sherman park extensi arson suspect or to hear more from attorney general schimel-- visit our website at fox 6 now dot com. a death investigation underway in shorewood -- after a suspect dies at the police station. police say the 39-year-old man was arrested overnight for a domestic violence case. just after four this morning -- the man was found unresponsive in his cell. he later died at the hospital. the greenfield police department will be
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the destruction caused by an apartment fire in sheboygan over the weekend. one person died-- dozens others were left homeless. today inspectors let a few tenants get back inside and salvage whatever they could-- but some units are just too badly damaged. the state fire marshal is still trying to figure out how the fire started. they have not released any details about the person found dead inside. its a little surreal feels like its not really happening but it is then you come devastation tomorrow the red cross will partner with other charitable organizations to create a "one stop shop" at farnsworth middle school to help the victims of the fire get back on their feet. four suspected overdose deaths over the weekend are likely linked to a growing fentanyl problem in our city. fentanyl is a pain medication
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and according to the medical examiner's office -- milwaukee county is on track to see twice as many fentanyl related deaths this year than last. this weekend's victims range in age from 26 to 43. 'that loss of human potential is been drastic and terrible for our community and unfortunately its not getting any better and fearful its only going to get worse.' exceeded motor vehicle accidents as the leading cause of accidental deaths in the united states. over the weekend-- police found former guitarist and founding member of the band "3 doors down" dead at a west bend hotel. family suspects matt roberts may have overdosed. he was in town to play a benefit concert with a local band. fox6 spoke with a member of the band roberts was set to play with, known as "the nix." he says hours before roberts was found dead-- they were rehearsing in his basement and
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it was the feeling of hey, there's a rock star in my basement. butted with it was like i made a really good friend and he was just taken away. roberts' dad tells us he doesn't know how his son died but says he suffered from anxiety his whole life and struggled with crowds-- always waiting until the last minute to head on stage. his toxicology results could take months. hard to complain about a day like today. weather expert tom wachs joins us now. we've got some more sunshine heading our way - before storm chances return mid week. your full forecast is coming up. plus-- it's become a necessity for college students. in tonight's contact 6 report-- how to pick the best laptop for your budget. and an accidental dognapping! this guy was taken in a car theft. how he was reunited with
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anchor thanks jenna a 17-year-old boy is arrested after leading police on a dangerous pursuit overnight. police say he was driving a stolen van-- and when they tried to pull him over he took off. they say he ran several red lights-- crashed into another car and
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luckily no one was hurt. in milwaukee-- another car theft has an unintended victim. arrow was in the backseat sunday when the vehicle was stolen. fortunately he was reunited with his owners today. he was found not far from the scene of the crime and a good samaritan brought him to madacc. his owner says she was up all night worrying. this fall, laptops are a must. but with so many options, how do you know whats best for you? in tonight's contact 6 report -- jenna sachs shares consumer reports tips on how to pick the right laptop. whether its writing papers, taking notes or playing streaming video games, its important for college students to choose a laptop that can handle what they need it to do. consumer reports says the first thing
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have specific requirements when it comes to computers. most colleges will say you can buy either windows or apple. but some specific schools within the college, may use applications that only run on one or the other. "on college campuses youre gonna see a lot of mac laptops. except when you go to an engineering building, in which case youll see a lot of windows laptops." consumer reports laptop expert says price is the next thing to consider. 'mac laptops tend to be expensive. youre probably going to pay a thousand dollars or more for anything they have to offer. but, in our survey, windows laptops offer a much wider range of pricing. you can pay as little as a couple of hundred dollars. or you can pay as much as a mac, or even more.' then theres the size. consumer reports says 13-inch laptops offer a good compromise between screen size and weight for students on the go. recommended 13-inch models include the macbook pro for 13-hundred dollars and the one thousand dollar
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the 14-inch acer aspire is a consumer reports best buy at 700 dollars. 'the small, thin and lights are great. theyre cool. theyre easy to carry. but if youre pulling an all- nighter writing that term paper, youre going to be looking for a larger screen than what those little guys afford you.' when shopping, consumer reports suggests looking for back-to- school discounts for students. apple offers discounted education pricing on laptops and other items, microsoft offers discounts of 10 percent or more and many individual computer-makers offe after a beautiful and sunny monday, we're going to stay mostly clear tonight. lows will drop to the upper 50s and low 60s heading into tomorrow
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highs will be back to the mid 80s, and dewpoints will be in the mid 60s. although we should start off our day mostly sunny, clouds will return by the afternoon and evening. low moves in from the west. wednesday will be our "stickiest" day of the week. thursday and friday are looking dry and comfortable, before another round of
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weekend. tonight: clear skies. low: 62 dewpoint: 58 wind: sw 3-7 mph tuesday: mostly sunny. high: 82 dewpoint: 63 wind: sse 5-10 mph wednesday: mostl c am low: 69 high: 80 dewpoint: 69 wind: sw 5-10 mph thursday: partly sunny. am low: 68 high: 81 dewpoint: 65
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am low: 56 high: 74 dewpoint: 56 wind: e 5-10 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. chance thunderstorms. am low: 57 high: 77 dewpoint: 59 wind: se 5-10 mph sunday: mostly cloudy. chanc am low: 62 high: 80 dewpoint: 63
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have a date with the nfl. the latest on the packers star linebackers, and the league, in the blitz and fox 6 sports.
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packers linebackers clay matthews and julius peppers will meet with the nfl on wednesday in green bay-relative to ped accusations stemming from that al jazeera report that came out last season. meantime, coach mike mccarthy says that jc tretter has earned the starting position at center. over the injured corey linsley. then there's the return of jordy nelson. the pack's number 1 receiver practiced today for the first time in 364 days--or exhibition game. nelson went through individual drills. fans cheered every time he caught a pass! the team even had their video man rolling on every one of the patterns he ran! number 87 knows that there's lots of catching up to do on... 16:20:49 "everything; that's why we have camp; we want to be out there and working at it. just running routes, dealing with defenders; getting back reading coverages, everything. it''s a whole process. getting back to where the game slows down. but i've been taking a lot of mental reps; i've been watching guys out there, trying to figure out
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16:21:09". friday night's lightning halted several high school football games. some continued today and tonight. king's "justis" king quick as a flash on this punt return for a touchdown against shorewood messmer. the generals pulled rank--37 nothing. west allis central and whitnall had well. jacob flores to the air; caught by adam pel-kofger..touchdown! the falcons fly over the bulldogs, 16-9. it's week two of the high school blitz. i'm looking forward to go where you send me . the candidates are: st thomas more at st francis, wisconsin lutheran at pewaukee and menomonee falls at greendale. just head to fox6now.com slash sports. the polls close thursday
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jimmy nelson's last 14 starts. he gets a big lift when kirk neuwenhuis makes a diving catch in the first inning. nelson gave up 1 run in that 1st frame. just 2 runs over 6 innings. captain kirk hitting almost 300 at miller park. his 2-run single in the 3 run "home" 1st sends in the in the go ahead runs. 3-1 crew. chris carter socks his 30th homer of the season for an add on run. the brewers open their 10 game homestand with a 4-2 win behind "the big thing was he threw a ton of strikes tonight. i mean, seventy, seventy-one strikes in ninety-five pitches. he was pounding the zone pretty, very well tonight and put them in swing mode a little bit because of that. he did a nice job especially after the first two innings. the next four innings were he did a really good job and was efficient" the bucks make it official;
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veteran jason terry. ted and
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ending to a horrible story. a young kitten trapped in a drain is saved thanks to first responders-- and a plumber. officials in ford county, kansas say the little kitten was flushed down the toilet by a 4-year-old boy. crews found the kitten a few feet down -- just below a turn in the drain pipe. it took two hours -- and a lot of cutting -- but eventually the little guy was freed. "miracle" the cat is said to be

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