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the police say there may be more jonathan: a man who claimed to be a doctor is accused of track to sing without a license and sexually assaulting patients. this is a bizarre and troubling story. alison: tom roussey is live in alexandria. the police are worried there could be more victims? tom: yeah, they are very concerned about that.
thousands of people pass, route one behind me, and it was on the fourth floor of the building where the police believe a man was touched inappropriately in june, but they believe he mean not be the only one. behind the door of this medical building, prince william county police said that a 30-year-old man was asked by a doctor to take all of his clothing off in an exam room. the say he then touched naked man inappropriately while performing an exam. last month, they arrested a 75-year-old man. through the cracked door of his alexandria apartment, he said he did not do it. we checked his court records and found that he received what is meaning the prosecutor decided not to pursue the sexual battery charges against saidndez, but the police the doctor is still part of
another man is charged in connection with the june crime, a 54-year-old man from burke, who turned himself in wednesday. he faces a sexual battery charge. the police believe that he has a medical license from the nation he does not but have one to practice in the united states. court records show that he went by the name of the older doctor at times. they really wanted me to put out that they are looking for more potential victims. or have if you are one information, they urge you to contact them. live from alexandria, tom roussey, abc 7 news. alison: 7 on your side tonight with a health alert about hepatitis a concerns in northern virginia. the virginia department of health is investigating a cluster of cases that may be charged with a tropical café.
been tied with frozen strawberries. if you drank k-smoove the from tropical café between august 6 and 8, you are urged to see a doctor. steve: a warm and humid evening, in the 70's outside the beltway. 81side the see, 80 to degrees, the heat index values in the lower 80's. the farmers market, plenty of sunshine, 75 degrees. rebounding into the upper 80's by 11:00. we may see scattered shower south and west of the sea, but the main event -- scattered showers west of d.c., but there is a cold front coming early next week. alison: neighbors say they call the police about the park all the time. violent: aftertwo crimes in a
says thenna-lysa gayle police are now looking for a man who sexually assaulted a woman. anna-lysa: alison, neighbors tell me they are not surprised to hear about the sexual assault that happened in this park sunday night. they say that it is just another disturbing crime. homicides been two only 5000 block of georgia avenue just this month. has been a known issue for all of the neighbors. we call the police regularly. d.c. police are looking for a man who approached a woman in touch her inappropriately in this park next to the recreation center sunday night just after 11:00. the suspect managed to touch the victim's genitals. >> it does not surprise me. anna-lysa: this person says she called the police regarding issues in the area about once a month. >> there are people who are living in the park. we have seen
stop, walk up to the cars, and by drugs. anna-lysa: on august 5, a man was shot and killed in the 5100 block of georgia avenue. a man was found dead near the recreation center. the criminal activity in the area has neighbors afraid. john parker says he is no longer going through the park. >> is a shortcut that people like to take, but i would not recommend it. anna-lysa: they are hoping that more officers will patrol the neighborhood. obvious to those living on the street there is a problem there. anna-lysa: the police have identified a suspect in connection with the august 8 homicide as herman lee: jr. as for the sexual assault, they do not have a description of the suspect that may be out there right now. anyone with information
any of these crimes are urged to call d.c. police. anna-lysa gayle, abc 7 news. alison: your weekend plans will not include a trip up the washington monument. the national park service announced late this afternoon it will be closed for at least the next 10 days. an elevator cable broke wednesday, prompting the closure. jonathan: jack conger now back in the united states, fellow swimmer james fagan will be back in the united states soon. all of this 24 hours after authorities in rio released surveillance video showing that ryan lochte and three other olympic swimmers were not robbed as they once claimed. question now is this -- conger is back in the u.s., but is he home in rockville? >> i cannot comment. >> is he home? >> i cannot comment, seriously. jonathan: tonight, michael phelps was asked about ryan lochte in the scandal. and whether lochte
apology, "not being more careful and candid about describing the events last monday morning." the surveillance video shows him in three other swimmers going to write a station, ripping down signage and being belligerent. the worst part the police said, and the u.s. olympic committee agree to come is lying about the fact that were broadcast on nbc. >> these guys came out with a police badge. they pulled us over. the guy pulled out his gun. he cocked it and put into my four head, said get down. fact, say the police, ryan lochte and the other three swimmers were not victims at all. they were vandals. now they are being charged with providing false testimony. the police say they are confronted by a gas station attendants. the attendance appear to pick
car, a security guard blocks them from leaving, holding them by grimacing a gun -- by brandishing a gun until they pay for the damages. lochte rose to fame during the last summer games. since then, he has had a reality show and has been sponsored by big names. when asked if ryan lochte could emerge from the scandal, his friend michael phelps told reporters, "we have good people taking care of it, so hopefully." te is getting flack for what was missing from his apology. he did not explain why he embellished the details about what happened with the security guard or why he called it a robbery in the first place. alison: happening in prince george, intense cleaning of the hospital officials identified as the source of a dangerous bacteria. abc 7 broke the story a couple weeks ago.
trace the bacteria to the pipes in the nicu. had be transferred after the virus was found. two infants died in the nicu, but it is not known if the virus was responsible for them. epidemiologists and neonatal experts continue to investigate the links between the deaths of any babies and the presence of the virus in our water supply, and we don't have the answers to that yet. alison: the hospital is installing a hyper chlorination system in the nicu. jonathan: investigators say that last week's deadly explosion in silver spring was a tragic accident. seven people were killed at the flower bridge apartments in the explosion. the atf interviewed more than 100 witnesses, reviewing surveillance and digging through the rubble. the conclusion was this -- the blast was caused by a glass late -- gas leak in the meter. >>
recovered in the location of the scene and there is no indication of unauthorized access to the meter room. jonathan: fire officials confirmed that somebody called weeks before the explosion, sing that they smelled a strong odor of natural gas. firefighters came out and did not detect anything at that time. alison: this could be the end of the shakeup at the top of donald trump's campaign. is out, resigned under allegations he received illicit payments while representing a pro-russian ukrainian leader. donald trump accepted the resignation this morning and called him a true professional. on the campaign trail, donald trump and running mate mike pence visited flood ravaged portions of louisiana. they met with volunteers at a baptist church that was cooking meals for he
for not cutting his vacation short to visit the state. anyary clinton did not have public events today, but posted on facebook that her heartbreaks for the louisiana. president obama says he plans to visit baton rouge tuesday. here at abc 7, we want to connect you with the candidates. we have are a shout to them for interviews and we want to know what questions you would ask. -- we have reached out to the candidates and we wanted to know what questions you would like us to ask. jonathan: it's no surprise that good nutrition is key during pregnancy, but eating certain foods could impact your child's behavior. what should avoid, next. tim: a virginia boater found a manatee in this virginia creek.
allowed back. tuesday, fire started more than 50 square miles have burned. alison: 7 on your side with health matters and a new study finding what you eat during pregnancy could affect your child's behavior. researchers from king's college in london found women who ate food high in fat and sugar had an increased chance of their developing adhd. the study found poor prenatal nutrition influenced a gene could impact behavior. twitter is making it easier to control what you see on your feed. you can now limit and a load of occasions -- you can now limit notifications and block targeted harassment. another helpful tool, the quality filter. they use account origin and behavior to improve the tweets that you see. jonathan: it is definitely something you do not see in our area ver
the manatee was spotted in northern virginia. tim barber has that. tim: the water in the acquired creek is murky, but people spot at the manatee during low tide, which made it a little easier to snap some pictures. >> we were coming in. they were taking a boat ride when they spotted something murky in the water. >> there was this wake coming across the water. i thought there was a giant crocodile. tim: in the creature surfaced. >> you can see the whiskers. tim: close enough to snap a picture. a picture of a manatee. >> it wasn't about one feet of water. tim: manatee sightings are not unheard of in virginia
>> i think that is what attracted the manatee. duringnatees swim north the summer and they are sensitive to water temperatures below 68 degrees. if you are rats or poach when you could be fined $50,000 and/or and present -- if you harass or poach one you could be fined $50,000 and/or imprisoned. if you see one, stay away and report its location to wildlife officials. my mom and said there is a manatee in virginia. she was like, really? tim: boat propellers are one of the biggest threats to the manatees in the water, so keep your eye out if you are out this weekend. tim barber, abc 7 news. jonathan: they are really cute.
hiskers. steve: saturday is the better day because we have thunderstorms sunday, some of which may be strong. shot from moon earlier this evening from ransom, west virginia. one of our photojournalist took this time lapse. a pretty shot of the moon. talk about the beach forecast come if you're heading to ocean city, 86 degrees the high tomorrow, thunderstorms sunday. monday we are talking middle 80's. right now, 80 degrees reagan national, the rest of the area in the 70's. it is comfortable, still a little humid, but not super hot. the heat index value is nothing like last week at this time when we were dealing with heat index values near 100. the stormwatch
radar is quiet and dry, partly cloudy overnight. 76 overnight, milder closer to the beltway. futurecast, the heat index values tomorrow afternoon and evening back into the middle 90's. outdoor dining tomorrow evening, maybe a little uncomfortable. don't forget the montgomery county fair tomorrow is the last day. take advantage of it, a lot of fun, great food, cool rides, and the animals. that tens tomorrow night at midnight. futurecast, rainfall potential, a few scattered showers on the radar tomorrow afternoon. this may be overdone a little bit. the main story will be sunday afternoon and evening, the better chance of strong thunderstorms as we move across the area. josh knight will be on duty. download the stormwatch 7 weather app to stay ahead of the storms.
the lower 90's, sunshine through dinnertime into sunday morning. the clouds quickly increase. the cold front moves in from the west. stronger storms sunday afternoon and evening, gusty wind come heavy downpours, frequent lightning likely. the other side of the cold front will feel a whole lot better. daytime highs in the middle 80's. nighttime lows in the 60's. something we have not seen for a long, long time. you can actually open the windows monday night and enjoy the cooler air. alison: wonderful. looking forward to it. jonathan: the skins need to save some of this for the regular season. sending theedskins home fans home happy tonight from fedex field. sports is coming up.
>> and now the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. birthday boy gets the night off, kirk cousins turning 28 today, a healthy scratch for the redskins in tonight second preseason game. not with the fans wanted, but in the long run better safe than sorry. you want captain kirk fully healthy for the regular season. fedex field, the skins hosting the jets. matt joneszol gets the kerry, s down hard on his left shoulder. he left again, later diagnosed with an a.c. sprain, may miss a couple weeks. defensively, a good showing by the secondary. smithlackmon reads geno and steps in front of the past. interception. very next play, colt mccoy looking deep and
ross. he just outruns and out jumps the defense. 39 yard touchdown strike. 14-2. the skins would score a late touchdown in the final minute to beat the new york jets, 22-18. sitting ong names sidelines tonight for the redskins, but our big name, erin hawksworth, was working hard at fedex field, and she joins us live from the field. it seems like this was all about evaluating the roster hopefuls and younger players. erin: that's right, kirk cousins was out because of his birthday. 80% of the offense was out tonight. one of the starters who did play, matt jones, unfortunately had to leave the game with a shoulder injury. jay gruden said afterwards there was a separation in his ac joint. one of the goals of the preseason is to come out healthy, and unfortunately that
coach gruden: matt jones has a slight separation on his ac joint. you will get checked out and rehab. it is a little upsetting, but i think you will be ok. i don't pick it will be a long injury. but he did get some quality runs today. i was happy with the way that he ran the ball. erin: the redskins can only hope that he will not be out long. he has had issues with his health in the past. there is not a lot of depth that the running back in session. camp, theyning mentioned adding a veteran, so this is an area they will have to address after tonight, scott. scott: erin, thank you. one final note, the national scored a run of the ninth inning tonight in olathe to beat the braves -- in the ninth inning tonight in atlanta to beat the braves. apple: you probably see d
alison: final look at the weather? steve: hot and humid tomorrow, lower 90's. it feel like 95 degrees. early sunday morning, clouds increase in the day. showers and thunderstorms develop. outdoor plans sunday afternoon into the evening, may need an alternate plan indoor. download the stormwatch 7 weather app. jonathan: jimmy kimmel live is next. alison: have a good night.
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