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mass murderer is in custody after a multistate rampage. prince shot five and left three dead. he then traveled to delaware and shot another person. >> it is tragic. jonathan: a vigil going on right now among close knit coworkers in shock. we have team coverage of how the victims are being remembered and revelations about prince's long criminal past. kevin lewis is where the manhunt ended. mugn: photos of prince's shot and suv were plastered on and tv,ds, websites, and it paid off. he is locked up in this building tonight. prints captured in delaware around 6:45 this evening.
confirming that a citizen called in a tent that led three atf agents to spot the wanted fugitive's black suv and prince himself all stop he tossed a handgun during a short foot chase and was taken down. >> i cannot get into the mind of a person who is capable of shooting coworkers. what precipitated that? . it is tough to rationalize which leads to three killed in harford county. one was ribeiro of aberdeen, a woman from dundalk, and a person from arlington. two other workers from the grid and company are in critical condition. the six the victim who owned this wilmington used-car lot is awake and talking. prince is being questioned by law enforcement tonight. princed the police if was planning to harm or people.
the 37-year-old is due in court for bond review hearing tomorrow. live in delaware, kevin lewis, abc 7 news. alison: meanwhile tonight, and emotional gathering among coworkers who say they are like family. today they lost three members of that family in deadly gunfire. anna-lysa gayle is live with how the community is trying to cope with us. anna-lysa? for many whoison, gathered at the nearby area, they wanted to show support and parade directly for those impacted by the shooting that happened here. stepping out of the way to give an idea of what things look like. right now things are calm, the crime scene tape is gone, but many say the pain will linger. you.ar god, we come to anna-lysa: pastors, grief counselors, neighbors, and neighbors bowed their heads hours
radee prince shot five coworkers, killing three of them at the kitchen countertop company. >> we have a shooter at the granite place. anna-lysa: the company's manager described the victims as more than just employees. were all family. we've worked together for a long time. people will probably have a hard time dealing with it. anna-lysa: this person lives about five minutes from the scene of the shooting. she is troubled by the suspect's motive. >> i cannot wrap my head around will bother him so bad inside of three months that he would go in. we are happy he is off the streets. anna-lysa: the manager during the vigil really wanted to stress his gratitude for t
federal, especially the first responders who rushed in to help during the shooting. live in edgewood, maryland, anna-lysa gayle, abc 7 news. jonathan: 7 on your side digging deeper into the accused gunman and his criminal background. nce has beene pribnc arrested 42 times. nancy chen, that is a lot of warning signs. the raphat is quite sheet. the i-team discovering the lengthy criminal record including 42 arrests in delaware, probation violations, and 15 felony convictions included burglary. in february, his former employer filed for a restraining order, writing he fired him for punching another employee in the face. the petition was denied, the judge ruling that it did not meet the burden of proof. prince's neighbors say they are stunned about the develo
-- about the developments. .> not much scares me what scares me is somebody who has the mentality of just going off. nancy: we also got a copy of his resume, which shows he has worked at 10 jobs in the past 14 years. he claimed he was a hard worker who had won numerous awards. jonathan: we continue to follow the situation closely. stay with us for updates on air and online. sign up for breaking text alerts at wjla.com/text. in,two police officers were hurt in a crash in anne arundel county. sky track 7 was over the scene in jessup. the officers responding to an incident when one rear-ended the other. their injuries are not life-threatening. the first forecast from
now, the temperatures beginning on,settle down, 41 warrent upper 50's reagan national. the temperatures will be chilly early in the morning. thanks the morning. thankfully, lots of sunshine tomorrow. baha'is into the lower to middle 70's, then even warmer for the end of the week -- the highs will be into the lower to middle 70's, then even warmer for the weekend. the marine corps marathon forecast and the next best chance of rain coming up. now, the developing police arrested a man who they say sexually abused a woman who thought she was going to a job interview. now they are trying to figure out if there were other victims. tim barber is live and rested with the investigation happening now. tim? tim: investigators say the suspect lured the victims to this reston business complex through craigslist. now two other accusers are coming forward.
battery. abc 7 learned it's not his first time being accused of a sex crime. in 2010, he was accused of sexual a solicitation of a minor. he pled guilty, got probation, and is now a registered sex offender. the victim say that it not stop him from posting an administrative assistant job on craigslist to lure women to this reston business park on sunrise drive. the 44 euros suspect is accused of sexually battering victim on september 12. >> if anybody else know something or is a victim of crime, please give us a call. other women say a similar crime happened to them in may and june. >> he had multiple ads on craigslist for the same position. that herwife said husband has changed and she does not believe the new allegations. the suspect is behind bars without bond. he is only charged in one
say that other charges could be coming. in fairfax county, tim barber, abc 7 news. jonathan: new developments regarding president trump and the military. "the washington post" is reporting that trump promise $25,000 to a fallen soldier's father. the check was not sent into the story appeared in "the post," that the latest in a series of controversial comments this week. reporter: she was there to receive her husband's remains as she wept over the flag draped coffin, giving a last kiss. romans before, the present it -- the phone call from president trump. listening on speakerphone, her local congressman. well, iard him say, " guess you know he knew what he was signing up for, but it still hurts." and i cannot believe that he said that. reporter:
president never mentioned sergeant johnson by name. >> he kept referring to him as "your guy." he never called him by name. that was even more painful. reporter: today president trump disputed that. >> i had a very nice conversation with the woman, the wife, sounded like a lovely woman. did not say with the congresswoman said, and a most people are not too surprised to hear that. sergeant johnson's mother heard the phone call and confirm the wilson's account to -- theon opposed," account to "the washington post," saying that president trump disrespect it myself and my husband. jonathan: on twitter, the president claimed to have proof story was fabricated. the white house said there were no recordings but several other people were the room during the call. still ahead, a
jonathan: now the very latest on the las vegas massacre. the two mandalay bay employees who first encountered gunman stephen paddock opening up about their ordeal for the first time. a security guard said he had gone to the floor to investigate a door alarm but found the interior stairwell door had been drilled shot. seconds later he heard rapidfire. >> i felt a burning sensation. i went to go to lift my pant leg up and saw the blood. that is when i called in on my radio that shots were fired. jonathan:
fired down the hall through the front door. hotel engineera came up onto he was walking into a trap. campos warned him to take cover. the engineer was not hit. paddock then turned his gun on the outside and opened fire, killing 58, 500-plus wounded. coming more victims forward to share stories of sexual assault. one of the latest claims from maronee,gold medalist starting which she was only 13, by the team doctor. dr. larry nascar is accused by 125 women. oois is part of the #metto movement, speaking out about allegations of abuse. be watching will this closely tomorrow, white house a perm assist richard spencer -- white
supremacist richard spencer speaking at the university of florida. the university's president says he believes in free speech, but says the school will be forced to spend $600,000 on additional security, and that is on the taxpayer's dime. alison: tomorrow is the deadline for cities across the country to apply to amazon to be the site of the company's second headquarters. in our area, seven counties and cities are applying. differentoposing for locations. leaders in maryland and virginia also making pitches. along with the new headquarters will be about 50,000 new jobs, with many of them paying six figures. jonathan: a lunchtime explosion at an olive garden in laurel. the side of the building was blown out and debris flew hundreds of feet in the air. this happened at the end of the lunch hour rush when 70 people were still inside eating.
investigator say it was because of an electrical problem. alison: 7 on your side with health matters, and today is breast reconstruction awareness day. for cancer survivors, it is often the end of a painful journey. at this facility, part of the recovery process is a nipple tattoo. >> losing your breast is dramatic. but knowing that you can walk away feeling whole is pretty amazing. alison: technology has also moved forward quickly with special bandages and lasers reducing scarring, and advancements in the procedure are now bringing hope to women everywhere. jonathan: breaking news from montgomery county, where a police officer on foot has been struck by a hit and run driver. sky track 7 is on the scene. ins is on piney branch road
the response is significant. traffic has been shut down in both directions. they are searching for the driver right now. no word on a description, but the police say the car likely has heavy front end damage. we do not know the condition of the officer, but are certainly he will recover. as we get more information we will pass it along. big news for d.c. foodies. the michelin guide has its second list of stars for d.c. restaurants. restaurants were added to the list full stop number of the 14 restaurants earned the coveted three stars. are critics and bloggers quick to criticize the list, saying it does not acknowledge the diverse food scene. alison: hearings on the hill can get tense. jonathan: and it was really tense today. there was a source of drum today that might make you laugh. >> sor
and distracting you. spilt a dr pepper. jonathan: having a drinking problem with his dr pepper. senator cruz responded with a tweet, the photo of the dr pepper machine. says he is cut off from dr pepper now. a light moment on the hill. no word on what led up to the spill. we will get to the bottom of it. oute: the temperature is there right now, a little bit on the chilly side, 49 degrees dulles, upper 50's reagan national. we drop into the opera -- the upper 30's along i-81. andmwatch 7 satellite radar, not a cloud in the sky. if you walk out right now, look up and you will see the moon and stars, a nice night tonight, although a little chilly.
her 30's, low 40's come a chilly night ahead, a little milder closer to the district and the chesapeake bay because of the warm waters. waking up right and early tomorrow morning, a chilly start to the day. not a frosty start. college's manassas, 44 park, middle 40's columbia. thursday,rrow, looking good, mid 60's at noon time, lots of sunshine. grab the sunglasses, near 70 at 1:00, 2:00 in the lower 70's, eventually the daytime high of 72 to 75 around the metro. just a tad warmer in charlottesville and stanton, where we could be as warm as 75 to 78. it stays dry tomorrow and into the day friday. a great time to download the stormwatch 7 weather app. thanks early we don't have any heavy rain on the way. the temperatures will be well above average into the upcoming ek
howard university homecoming, this saturday, the temperatures during the afternoon will be in the mid-70's. lots of sunshine. we continue that trend sunday, bright and early for the marine corps marathon. lookingme around 7:55, at 60, middle 60's by 10:00 a.m., and warmer at noon time, lower 70's. at least not dealing with much of a head wind as the wind will be light. the 10 day outlook, once we get through the weekend, a chance of showers late monday. that are chance of showers tuesday, along with a cold front. the temperatures around 70. we fall to about 60 towards the end of next week with nighttime lo
jonathan: we're following breaking news from montgomery footy, a police officer on struck by a hit-and-run driver. sky track 7 is over the scene on piney branch road in silver spring. there is a search for the driver. we don't know the condition of the officer, but they are looking for a car with heavy front end damage, which means that it significantly impacted the officer. we don't know his condition but hope that he pulls through. stay with abc 7 for updates on air and online. alison: accused gunman prince in custody in delaware after a 10 hour manhunt. the police say that he shot 10 people at a granite warehouse in harford county, killing three. he then drove to delaware in shot another man. find the latest information on our abc 7 app. and join us
second half, it was the john walsh oh. brings the ball up court, turns on the jets. a game-high 28 for wall tonight. he is calling it wolf season. bradley beal spots up for the three, off the mark, but the follow-up slam. wizards upfour. next possession, bradley beal connects on the long alley-oop with wall. the wizards when the season opener, 120-115. lot of hard work and dedication into the summer. my teammates are making shots. i need to be the player i am. were so anxious, you want to kind of put on a show in do well, but at the same time you have to remember this is a game and it should be fun.
erin: it looked like they were having a lot of fun tonight. there is some crushing news from redskins park. jonathan allen will miss the rest of the season with a foot injury. three key defensive players will be out monday night. jonathan: and philadelphia is 5-1. the wizards look like they are having fun. alison: thank you.
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