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now at nine -- remembering a milwaukee radio icon. its going to be a great loss that hes gone on how eric von's legacy is being honored tonight. plus -- more than double the legal limit. a 30-year-old woman is accused of driving drunk and killing a motorcyclist. and it's not her first arrest. conviction was overturned. but he is not yet a free man. what the state's now doing to try and keep him behind bars. we start tonight with the case of brendan dassey. he might have walked out of prison a free man in just weeks. but what happened today will stop that -- at least for now. fox6's myra sanchick joins us live in the newsroom with the latest. supporters of dassey were rejoicing after a ruling in his favor last month. it's a different
old when he confessed to sexually assaulting and murdering teresa halbach in 2005. dassey said his uncle steven avery was in on it. but was that confession coerced by investigators who fed statements to the mentally challenged teen . august 12th a motion filed on behalf of dassey ruled to overturn the general brad schimel is filing to appeal that decision in the seventh circuit. schimel says "two state courts carefully examined the evidence and properly concluded that brendan dassy's confession ...was voluntary and the investigators did not use constitutionally impermissable tactics" the case of dassey and his uncle steven avery was profiled in the netflix documentary making a
whether the convictions will stand. the center of wrongful convictions of youth wrote a response on behalf of brendan dassey. it says "we are disappointed in the states decision to prolong brendan's case by seeing and appeal". last month steven avery's attorney filed a motion in avery's case asking to retest the evidence in his case. stephen aver tonight, she can't wait for the wisconsin ag to face the court to defend the confession, calling the appeal frivolous. live in the newsroom myra sanchick fox6 news steph thanks myra the second of two young wisconsin girls accused of trying to kill a classmate has pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease. anissa weier changed her plea this morning in court. she previously had a not guilty plea to an attempted homicide
geyser" are each accused of stabbing a classmate 19 times... trying to kill her in an effort to appease the fictional character slenderman. a judge has appointed two doctors to examine weier on her mental status and turn in a report by october sixth. a uw-whitewater student's life is cut short. he was hit and killed by a drunk driver while riding on his motorcycle. fox6s rachelle baillon joins us in studio the story, new at 9 good evening. the driver is now facing her third o-w-i charge....and court du admitted to hitting and killing the student. in the town of eagle freshly laid gravel sits near the scene of a fatal crash. barely 24 hours earlier, authorities say the driver of a white pick-up truck was headed west on state highway 59 near road x, when the car drifted over onto shoulder side gravel before swerving into the east bound lane and colliding with an oncoming motorcycle. the crash killed the
student named spencer twining. the woman charged in his death is 28- year-old rebecca wankowski and authorities say this is her third o-w-i offense. according to a criminal complaint, after the crash, wankowski was 'visibly upset and hysterical' and a sheriffs deputy was unable to continue speaking with her on site. she was taken to a hospital for assessment and on the ride over, a criminal complaint says she was heard talking on the phone, saying 'theyre going to lock me up' and 'i killed him'. she al track' and 'i never should have left'. a preliminary breath test showed wankowski's alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit. she now faces charges of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle, 3rd offense owi and misdemeanor bail jumping. shes due in court on september 19th. uw whitewater says it is planning to fly the school flag at half mast on sunday in honor of twining. a
in the university's volleyball arena. back to you. one week after a crash -- pleasant prairie police say they're still trying to find a hit and run driver that badly injured a motorcyclist. as a.j. bayatpour reports, police believe some key evidence might be stored in the neighborhood... theres always a possibility that there was some home surveillance that wouldve picked up at least what the van looked like. pleasant prairie police chief david key evidence in the residential area around the intersection of 80th and cooper. its a busy intersection controlled by signals, multiple lanes going both ways. police responded to the accident a little after 9:30 on the morning of september first. according to witness reports, the driver of a van turned left onto cooper...and hit a motorcycle. the driver stopped briefly, then took off. smetana says, at the family's request, police will only confirm the victim is
witness described the van as a newer model dodge or chrysler. it's dark red or maroon and had tinted windows. police believe the van would have at least some damage on the front driver's side. smetana also believes there's a chance someone in the neighborhood may have recorded that van either before or after the collision. if people do have a home surveillance system, either along 80th or along cooper road, and any of those surveillance systems pick up a part of the road, id really request they check that and get back to us if they have anything on there. the police chief says it'd be even better if they heard from the drivert if this was there family member that had been seriously injured in the accident, theyd want somebody to step forward and thats all were asking. police say the driver was wearing a helmet. unfortunately, that was not enough to keep him from suffering serious injuries. police also say they're confident the driver of the van told at least one other person about what happened. they're hoping one of the people who know about this will do the right thing. reproting in
news. mostly cloudy this evening with the chance for rain showers, especially inland. the temperature will gradually fall into the 60s. patchy fog is possible overnight along with showers and thunderstorms, which will likely linger into the first half of saturday. much cooler tomorrow with a high only reaching into the low 70s. gorgeous by sunday with plenty temperatures. behind rain chances tuesday comes even cooler air in the 60s! tonight: scattered t-storms and patchy fog. low: 65 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 2-4 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a few showers through early afternoon. high: 72 dewpoint: 62 wind: nw 15-25 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind:
you can stay ahead of the weather anywhere -- just download the fox 6 storm center app. it's free for apple and android devices. he was an icon over the airwaves and in the community -- and many are sad to see him go. eric von passed away at his home yesterday. fox 6s derica williams with how his memo honored. his face was seen supporting his website "brain, brawn and body." 'its designed to inform african american men of better ways to live their lives at some point they are healthier, wealthier and maybe wiser' meanwhile...his voice was also heard addressing issues like gun violence which plagues the community.
own radio show on w-n-o-v, eric vons smooth and recognizable sound resonated with many. the community looked up to him, reverend charles green was part of a special tribute at the radio station friday morning. its going to be a great loss that hes gone on sorrow and celebration of his life.. expressed through a gospel presentation. god doesnt make no mistakes and we must go on honoring a man who had the passion and ability to speak on a myriad of topics joy he is a walking encyclopedia, that sentiment is echoed continuously. eric von was very well read person and had an all-around knowledge of a lot of things longtime collegaue, curtiss harris says over the last 25 years the two became great friends he is probably the only person in truly confided in shocked by sudden death. it becomes unbelievable when you first hear it von is gone physically, but his
eric von will still be visible to us, we will still hear his voice and still have his influence derica williams fox 6 news next at nine. what's in the water?! tonight -- we take a deeper look at the water filter that officials say -- you should be using in your home. why others may not make the cut. plus -- new life for a burned down burger king -- months after it was gutted by fire. the work that's underway. and first responders once again giving back -- as we approach the anniversary of the september added incentive for you to give blood this week.
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44 percent of milwaukee homes may been dealing with lead coming out their faucets. one simple solution -- a water filter. but to filter out the lead.. you have to make sure you're getting the right kind. krystle kacner has the story. logo and then usually right next to the nsf label theyll have either nsf 42 or 53 , 53 is that health claim a water filter with the label n-s-f 53... means it will filter out any lead in your water. theres really no way to tell what levels are coming into your home so its best just to take that precaution even if you think your waters safe you just never know tedd schneidewend is a mechanical engineer at pentair.. a company that sells water filters at places like
glendale... tests them. there's a few options you can do. if you go to the store you can find a pitcher or faucet mount filter. that's going to generally be lower cost. but then you have to be more careful to look for that 53 nsf health claim. he says those have to be changed every 3-6 months- otherwise that health claim ----that it will remove lead-- can't be guaranteed. a little more pricy option-- but schneidwend says one with a longer life span-- an under the sink fil schneidwend says whichever way you go... its not something you need to necessarily be extremely worried about that theres going to be immediate health danger but every little bit counts something health experts are stressing as well.. especially for children. we need to encourage childhood lead poisoning testing experts say just because there is charcoal in a filter, that doesn't mean it'll filter out the lead. that's why the certification on the box is so important. the mayor said yesterday another
for three minutes before using it. krystle kacner fox 6 news a representative for milwaukee public schools say this summer the district started testing the quality of drinking water at schools. m-p-s says it will share the results as soon as they are available. we have a link to frequently asked questions about lead testing... you'll find it on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- just search "lead in the number for the childhood lead poisoning prevention program. milwaukee police investigating a shooting from last night. they were called to the scene near 51st and hampton around 11 o'clock. officials say the 34-year-old victim was sitting in his car when two suspects came up to him and fired multiple shots into his vehicle-- hitting him at least once. he was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive. police are looking for suspects. an investigation is underway for another overnight shooting.
milwaukee police responded to the area near burleigh and palmer. when they arrived-- they found the 32- year-old victim with a non-life threatening gunshot wound. initial investigations show the suspect knocked at the victim's door when the victim opened the door-- the suspect shot him and fled the scene. the new london officers involved in the fatal shooting of an appleton man last month have been cleared of any wrong-doing. the outagamie county district attorney says the officers feared for their lives when 31-year-old kole knight pulled a toy gun out from his waistband. thaw approached knight-- recognizing him from a statewide alert for his arrest. investigations show that toy gun had the orange tip cut off to look more like a real firearm. work is underway to restore the property of the burned out burger king in brown deer. the restaurant at 85-th and brown deer-- caught fire back in may-- receiving more than a half-a-million dollars worth of damage. officials believe the fire was started accidentally. crews are now working to remove debris and begin the process of making
milwaukee going up today... you'll notice american flags flying on all the bridges to commemorate the anniversary of 9-11 on sunday. this year will mark 15 years since those attacks in new york, washington and pennsylvania. for those who weren't even alive at the time -- there's a special effort to help them understand the significance. "this took place 15 years ago but in reality it took place this morning when thousands of people woke up and their loved ones werent there because they wer nine fifth-grade classrooms in milwaukee were given the book by author mollie mannhatan -- along with teams of law enforcement and service men and women. the students weren't alive when the attacks happened -- but the book is meant to show them how important that date is to our country's history. "for me i think they are heroes because theyre risking their
little white truck with the big mission' and the author is mollie manhattan. get the fox6 news app -- and click "links." the blood center, doing its part to commemorate the anniversary as well. they're honoring those who were lost and those who rose to serve-- including first responders and donors who stood in long lives to give blood. fox6's beverly taylor with the story. the phones were busy at the blood center of wisconsin's downtown milwaukee location from 7 commemorative blood drive-- first responders manned the phones . milwaukee assistant fire chief brian smith remembers 9/11 15 years ago. "being on duty that day created a heightened awareness to what could potentially happen and could also happen here in the city of milwaukee. :58 so, with that we started going over all of our equipment, making sure our plans for the day were in line and then we just prepared for whatever could possibly happen that
responders and make appointments to donate blood, others came in to give blood-- just like they did 15 years ago. "and i just instinctively, i guess, left work, got in the car, drove here, gave blood. :34 on september 11th 2001 and several days that followed, people flocked to the blood center by the hundreds. "this building was filled with donors, hundreds of donors, just sitting in chairs and standing around. :31 this went on at all of our other donor sites. :34 the blood center sent 500 units of local effort with a national impact. that's why this effort-- 15 years later-- is just as important. "...we not only have to insure that we have adequate blood supply in our community but we have supply in case there is a tragedy in another part of the country. :34 other blood centers, other communities often turn to us in a time of need if they do not have an adequate blood supply. :41 bev taylor fox 6 news. by the way, the blood center provides blood to 56 hospitals
september 16th, you'll get a commemorative t- shirt. if you weren't able to get to today's donation event, the bloodcenter wants you to know, you can make an appointment anytime. visit the "links" section on fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. we included information about why you should donate -- and whether you are eligible. 2-million fake accounts wells fargo in big trouble after a massi what thousands of employees were caught doing. could you be affected? the mega fine the bank is now being forced to fork over. plus, we know he had the pipes -- now he has an asteroid. how freddie mercury is being
sales -- "lands' end" is launching a partnership with amazon dot com. the dodgeville-based apparel and accessories company saying the deal will begin by the end of this month. in addition to the agreement with amazon -- lands end has also landed actress emma roberts to be the new face of the "canvas by lands end" line. a new town center project in mequon is taking shape.... developers are aiming for construction to start in spring 2017 restaurants and retail space on mequon road. the plan is up for a vote in the mequon common council on september 13th... if all goes smoothly -- the project could be complete sometime in 2018. for more information on this and other stories in the business journal, we have link to their site on ours, fox6now.com. steph wx mostly cloudy this evening with the chance for rain showers, especially inland. the temperature will gradually fall into the 60s. patchy fog is possible overnight
linger into the first half of saturday. much cooler tomorrow with a high only reaching into the low 70s. gorgeous by sunday with plenty of sunshine and seasonal temperatures. behind rain chances tuesday comes even cooler air in the 60s! tonight: scattered t-storms and patchy fog. low: 65 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 2-4 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a few showers through early afternoon. high: 72 dewpoint: 62 wind: nw 15-25 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: sw 5-10 mph president obama returning from a world summit in china -- as north korea tests a nuclear bomb. the strength of that blast --
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describing a nuclear warhead test by north korea. he and other world leaders -- condemning the test -- which prompted an emergency meeting of the u-n security council. fox's kerin mccue with the latest. strongly condemning north korea's latest nuclear test...powerful enough to register as a 5.3-magnitude earthquake thursday. world governments including the u-s - and china - the north's most important ally - are united in their opposition. still, north korea is decla largest-ever nuclear test a success... saying the country has now mastered the ability to put a nuclear warhead on a ballistic missile. in response, washington says the u-s will never accept north korea becoming a nuclear state... and that new sanctions are now being considered against pyongyang. trudeau says: "we are very aware that north korea continues to seek as we can tell to develop this program. we are very committed along with our international partners to take steps against it."
was also convened friday to discuss a response and punishment. meantime, the pentagon has joined japan in ordering military aircraft to the region to collect air samples for radiation tests. trudeau says: "we won't stop our efforts in working with our international partners to increase pressure on this very opaque regime in reaction to provocative acts like this." asked about claims that the north can now put a nuclear weapon on a it has not seen the north demonstrate that capability. however, the u-s says an assessment is still being made and at this point defense officials take the north koreans - quote - "at their word." kerin mccue, fox news. wells fargo customers in shock after learning bank employees created millions of unauthorized accounts in their names. the company has been slapped with a 185-million-dollar fine
2-point-six million-dollars. customers in mequon say they weren't directly affected but say it's still a good reminder to keep a close eye on your money and speak up if something doesnt' look right. absolutely. theres no reason why the truth of the matter is, you can go to any bank in the united states and eventually theres going to be a hiccup somewhere. reports say employees created these unauthorized accounts to meet sales quotas. the illegal activity apparently began in we are now a month in to the prep football season. this week's game of the week is a city battle in kenosha. as indian trail high school is paying a visit to tremper. tom pipines taking it all in "well good evening everybody and welcome to kenosha tremper high school. it's a big night. kenosha indian trail and kenosha tremper, a rivalry game here at ameche field, home of tremper. and it's a big night. take a look at this, before the game the blue crew. a major league tailgate party. the blue crew brew crew would be impressed with this. they're bringing together family and staff, just kind of a show of unity which i think is really awesome. but for me, there's something that really
hamburger, brats, you name it, hotdogs, all kind of good stuff. it is a major league tailgate party here at tremper. and this is my favorite part. of course you know being who i am everybody's awesome to me. i figure i can get some i have some free food?" "double for you pip." "really? you're going to charge me double?" "oh yeah, double." "bill, what's up with that?" "eh, we've seen you eat before. we can't do that. laughs " "ay, ay ay, well you know it's hard to argue with that. but there is something very special going on here with this whole unity deal and we want to talk about it." "here's a lady that's going to get the ratings going big time. this is three-year-old rya. how are you rya?" good." "are you eating some good food?"
"yeah." "ok, who's going to win the game tonight?" "um, my brother j.r." "oh yeah, your brother j.r. does he play on tremper?" "yes. my brother j.r. plays on tremper." "it's time for us to all get together, show how much we really care about everybody. the events for the kids, to bring your own kids out even to show them what there is out there for everybody." "it brings the staff and their families together more and has them be more together, you know. build more friendships." "we're blue and red here. royal and scarlet so wanted to get first home game here tonight that's actually in that stadium. sign of appreciation, such a great staff, appreciate our kids for all the things that they do." "tell me about this great getup." "oh well, i like to go full out tremper spirit. go big baby!" "if i get out of here real fast i can get me a free hamburger and then..." "i don't
where with you but thank you anyway bill. appreciate it. and coming up tonight at ten of course it's the fox 6 high school blitz steered by the cruzer, brandon cruz. we feature the big game, the rivalry game in kenosha between indian trails and tremper. for now, tom pipines, in the beautiful community of kenosha, fox six sports." pip will be back at 10 with blitz. they'll have the highlights and reaction from the big games. that's coming up at 10:15. director tim burton is taking his shot at a classic hollywood tradition plus-- the bad guy for the next batman movie has been cast. we'll have all those details coming up next in the buzz. plus-- ohio police release this photo of a couple overdosing on heroin. the even more disturbing discovery in the car's backseat. weather a split weekend ahead
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longstanding hollywood tradition... and the upcoming batman movie announces who will play their bad guy... the details in tonight's buzz. meryl streep is headed to television. the three-time academy award winner will and produce an adaptation of "the nix"...based on the bestselling novel. j-j abrams is set to executive produce the series alongside the novel's author. "the thing is most people who make films they're all kind of outsiders. so in some ways being an insider in hollywood is still being an outsider in a funny way. it's just an amazing surreal experience which i will never forget." director tim burton leaving his handprints at the chinese theater in hollywood... the 58-year old
a long- standing hollywood tradition ... a handprint ceremony. burton was introduced by actress winona ryder, who starred in a number of burton's films including "edward scissorhand and beetlejuice". joe manganiello has a new role...as the bad guy in the upcoming batman movie starring ben affleck. the "magic mike" and "true blood" star will play "slade wilson," better known as the assassin "death stroke." d-c films has yet to set a release date for the movie. and that's your buzz. the universe" -- getting his own place in space. the reason an asteroid is being named after freddie mercury. plus -- surveillance video captures an out of control car crashing through a store. the clerk was right in its path. what happens next. tomorrow on wakeup -- gino salomone sits down with joseph gordon-levitt for an inside look at the upcoming film "snowden." plus -- summer may be winding down -- but the festivals and events in milwaukee are still going
incredible image of a "stellar nursery." the picturing showing what it looks like.. before new stars are formed. this is an image from 160-thousand light years away! nasa tweeting out the photo today. it was taken within one of the milky way's satellite galaxies. the stars you see emit an intense untraviolet light. it causes nearby hydrogen gas to a stellar nursery is a collection of gas and dust that leads to the creation of new stars. freddie mercury's memory is living on in outer space... after an asteroid is named after him. tuesday would have been the late singer's 70th birthday... queen member and astrophysicist, brian may, made the announcement in a video, saying that the asteroid would be known as "asteroid freddie mercury". it was discovered in 19-91, and is located between the orbits
that the name was in recognition of mercury's birthday and his -- quote -- "outstanding influence in the world". adlib to weather weather mostly cloudy this evening with the chance for rain showers, especially inland. the temperature will gradually fall into the 60s. patchy fog is possible overnight along with showers and thunderstorms, which will likely linger into the first tomorrow with a high only reaching into the low 70s. gorgeous by sunday with plenty of sunshine and seasonal temperatures. behind rain chances tuesday comes even cooler air in the 60s! tonight: scattered t-storms and patchy fog. low: 65 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 2-4 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a few
dewpoint: 62 wind: nw 15-25 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 77 dewpoint: 59 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain and thunder. am low: 60 high: 73 dewpoint: 59 wind: n 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny am low: 56 high: 66 dewpoint: 51 wind: ne 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny and cooler. am low: 51 high: 68 dewpoint: 48 wind: se 5-10 mph mostly cloudy this evening with the chance for rain showers, especially inland. the temperature will gradually fall into the 60s. patchy fog is possible overnight along with showers and thunderstorms, which will likely
tomorrow with a high only reaching into the low 70s. gorgeous by sunday with plenty of sunshine and seasonal temperatures. behind rain chances tuesday comes even cooler air in the 60s! tonight: scattered t-storms and patchy fog. low: 65 dewpoint: 65 wind: se 2-4 mph saturday: mostly cloudy with a few showers through early afternoon. high: 72 15-25 mph sunday: mostly sunny. am low: 54 high: 74 dewpoint: 53 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. am low: 56 high: 77 dewpoint: 59 wind: sw 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with the chance for rain and thunder. am low: 60 high: 73 dewpoint: 59 wind: n 5-10 mph wednesday:mostly sunny and
students at st. marcus lutheran school are remembering september 11th...with a trip to a local firehouse. the students joined staff and parents to walk in silence from their school to "engine 21." once there, the principal talked to the students about the importance and relevance of september 11th. the kids also presented firefighters with thank you cards and posters. the fire lieutenant says it's important to teach new "most of these children weren't even born when this happened and it is a major piece of history. it's important to pass along the sacrifices, not only fire and police, but everyone gave that day." the st. marcus church bells were also rung as a moment of silence was observed in remembrance of the first plane that flew into the world trade center. indian summer festival started today at henry maier festival park, celebrating its 30th anniversary
you, the festival continues to share native american history with a new generation. heritage, history and culture. all on display as indian summer festival celebrates 30 years in milwaukee. 'the different performers, the vendors, the dancing. it offers the community a glimpse into our beauty, our culture.' before opening the gates to the general publc afternoon, the three-day event started with education day for elementary and middle school students. 'the students are listening to the music, participating, making the crafts. we're lucky that we have this here in milwaukee.' that hands-on experience offers lessons that are impossible to mimic in a classroom. 'what games they play and what do they do as hobbies and stuff like that.' 'they're like corn stalks and then you can make it
'you're not just on the computer and seeing and watching a video about it. you're actually touching and looking at it.' indian summers goals are to promote and protect native american culture - to the students visiting for education day, and especially for native kids growing up in an ever-changing world. 'it's been really important to me because now i've been going to more pow wows, and i've been learning more about who i actually am.' 'some of the things that these children learn in our class, they'll never forget. and it will live with they're having children of their own.' carl deffenbaugh, fox6 news. indian summer fest runs through sunday. to see a full schedule of events -- get the fox6 news app -- and click "links." a glendale resident says her dog is alright, after having a close call with a couple of coyotes. christa rumbaugh says, sunday night, her 55-pound golden doodle, josie, confronts two
leaves her dog shaken, and skittish, adding that josie requires veterinary care. christa describes how she manages to make the coyotes flee. zzzzz i was just, like, screamin' at them, and i--and then i had to run at them for them to, finally, leave, and i got pretty close. the dog continues to recover. if you would like information regarding how to best manage urban coyotes, log onto fox-six-now-dot-com, where the web team has posted a couple of pertinent links. across america now - planes flew morning spraying pesticide to prevent the zika virus. this is the first of four scheduled sprayings of the pesticide naled nah-led .the pesticide is approved by the e-p-a but some are concerned about the effects on health and the environment. according to cdc - florida has seen 5- hundred-96 travel-related cases of zika. atlanta keeps its title as the world's busiest airport.
hartsfield-jackson international in 2015. beijing came in second with 89- point-9 million passengers. the atlanta airport's location has helped it keep the top spot for 18 years. it's within a two-hour flight of 80- percent of the united states population. a federal judge decided work on the dakota access pipeline will continue -- denying the "standing rock sioux" tribe's motion to stop its construction. more than 1-thousand people gathering today at pro in north dakota... people have traveled there from as far as new york and alaska.... the director of the "native organizers alliance" says today's rally is likely the largest gathering of native americans in a century. a clerk in clinton, connectictu with a close call -- after a car smashes through the store he is working at it. we want to warn you -- this footage is shocking. surveillance footage captures a blue ford explorer backing away
it sends shelves -- and the 33-year-old clerk -- flying. another camera angle shows the clerk being tossed. amazingly -- he did not break any bones, but is bruised and cut up. the driver was charged with reckless driving. an ohio police department is sharing a graphic photograph that they say -- shows the stunning danger of heroin. police pulled over a man and woman who were overdosing -- with a child in the east liverpool officer just moments after the officer pulled over the driver. he was weaving all over the road -- and told the officer he was taking the woman to the hospital. he passed out immediately after that. the 4-year-old in the back is his son. police say they want the public to see this graphic image -- because offending people is worth it if it helps the public see the reality of heroin. the adults were revived with narcan.
u.s. marshals say it was difficult finding her picture because this suspect is so young. fox6's jonathon gregg reports this fugitive went from having "no criminal" record to being an accomplice to an attempted murder.. it's this week's wisconsin's most wanted. some criminals don't go it alone.. this was the guy marshals were after first. 29-year-old willie jordan. "willie believed he had been holding a firearm for him it." according to a criminal complaint, last december willie jordan broke into his girlfriends home near 19th and congress. "miss webb really has no criminal history to speak of." but willie brought company "she really hasn't been involved in much.." there were two other accomplices including 18-year-old ariella webb. agents say the suspects tied the victim up. "bound the victim by her hands and feet put her in a bathtub and continued to
until eventually injected her with a lethal dose of heroin before leaving." the victim was later found by a roommate. "called emergency medical personnel and they were able to revive her." the victim would later identify willie jordan and ariella webb. each are charged with armed robbery, false imprisonment and attempted homicide. "mr. jordan was arrested by the us in louisiana in august of this year." jordan was caught first. "and she was initially questioned i believe in february but subsequently released and now another warrant has been issued for her arrest in this case." agents say before this, webb didn't have a record "she clearly stepped right up to the highest level criminal activity with this case." but now the young lady is up for a long stay in prison. jonathon gregg, fox6 news. ariella webb is just 18-years-old. she's five - foot 2 and weighs 103 pounds.
left arm. webb is wanted for attempted homicide and false imprisonment if you have any information on her whereabouts call marshals at 414- 297-3707 toss to ten you are watching fox 6 news at 10. 10p open our big story... a 28-year-old woman is accused of her third o-w-i..... killed a uw whitewater student. fox6's rachelle baillon has the story. shortly before 5 p-m on thursday, authorities say the driver of a white pick-up truck was headed west on state highway 59 near road x in the town of eagle, when the car drifted over onto the shoulder side gravel before swerving into the east bound lane and colliding with an oncoming motorcycle. the crash killed the motorcyclist, a uw
twining. the woman charged in his death is 28- year-old rebecca wankowski and authorities say this is her third o-w-i offense. according to a criminal complaint, after the crash, wankowski was 'visibly upset and hysterical' and a sheriffs deputy was unable to continue speaking with her on site. she was taken to a hospital for assessment and on the ride over, a criminal complaint says she was heard talking on the phone, saying 'theyre going to lock me up' and 'i life was finally getting back on track' and 'i never should have left'. a preliminary breath test showed wankowski's alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit. she now faces charges of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle, 3rd offense owi and misdemeanor bail jumping. she faces a separate charge of defrauding an innkeeper from a previous incident and a condition of her bond in that case stipulated that she maintain absolute sobriety. she's due back in court on