tv News 9 Noon ABC September 20, 2016 12:00pm-12:30pm EDT
sean: now at noon, a standoff in hooksett ends with an alarming discovery. what one resident says she found on her porch this morning. terror investigation. how a new york neighborhood is trying to get back to normal days after a bombing. kevin: the sunshine has returned along humidity. when we lose both of those with big changes at the end of the week. sean: and commitment 2016. we're just 49 days away from the presidential election. how the candidates are trying to win over voters ahead of next week's first debate. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 at noon. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] sean: right now, a manchester man invovled in a standoff with police is about to face a judge.
officers were checking on the well being of christopher garon when they heard four or five shots fired. all this playing out just a couple hundred yards from homes. wmur's ray brewer is live at the scene of the standoff, and ray, i understand some bullets were found by a neighbor, right? ray: yeah, that's correct, sean. this is where the standoff took place. right there on the porch, th this is the unnerving discovery that shampoo gurunt's wife made on their porch. two unspent rounds that the family is sure weren't there prior to the incident monday night. hooksett police were called to the cul-de-sac at the end of campus drive around 9:20 after christopher garon's parents told officers that their son was despondent and armed with a semi-automatic rifle. >> they were looking for the male and they heard 4 to 5 rounds being discharged in close proximity to them. ray: so police backed off to the
circle and campus drive. and the manchester swat team was called in. >> throughout the whole time he was in contact with the swat team as well as our officers prior to the swat team's arrival. >> the subject sometimes say ok , sometimes say no, no, you going to shoot us. ray: gurunt says it was a dark night so he wasn't able to see much of what was going on but he could hear police negotiating. >> your gun, will help you." they are very kind encouraging him not to harm and to try to help. >> he seemed fairly upset, pacing back and forth with the firearm in his hand. ray: gurunt says he eventually went to bed and when he woke up around 2:30 the police were gone. the standoff coming to an end around that time. >> he was able to come closer to
surrendered without incident. ray: garon currently being held at the merrimack county jail, scheduled to be arraigned at 1:00 this afternoon on charges of felony reckless conduct, and disorderly conduct. reporting live in hooksett, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: new york city's chelsea neighborhood is getting back to normal just days after a bomb exploded right on the city's 23rd street. abc's maggie rulli is there with the latest on the investigation. believed to be responsible for this bombing in new york, two bombings in new jersey, and a manhunt that ended in a shoot out with police is 28-year-old ahmad khan rahami. a naturalized american citizen born in afghanistan. rahami seen here in his high school yearbook in edison, new jersey, and worked at his family restaurant, american fried chicken. >> i've been living here for
peaceful, nice, i would say. maggie: now rahami is being held on charges of attempted murder for that shootout with police, as authorities build their case against him in the bombings. >> there was the pipe bombs using black powder pressure , cooker bombs using what's called tannerite. where did he get those materials and where did he build the bomb? maggie: and the other big question, what exactly happened during rahami's recent year long trip to afghanistan and pakistan? >> they're g l mosque or hook up with somebody who trained him to become a terrorist? maggie: as the investigation continues most of the new yorkers we talked to just want to get back to life as normal. >> i see the subway is just as crowded today as it was saturday -- maggie: and say that new york like always will bounce back. >> we might be shattered but we are not broken . we are all good.
to make sure rahami was working alone and trying to find out more about the true to afghanistan. rahami is still not cooperating. sean: and here at home, there's no direct threat but state officials are urging everyone to be on alert and to report anything suspicious. for race weekend at the new hampshire motor speedway, safety is the top priority. track officials say they can't discuss the specifics of their security plans but say they have been getting ready for this for , authorities right away. two women in salem are accused of trying to care for their babies while allegedly drunk at a local mall. salem police were called to the mall at rockingham park yesterday for reports of two intoxicated women with young children. when officers arrived, they allegedly found one woman laying in a puddle, holding an infant above her head. police discovered the women were the moms of the babies, who were 1 month and 4 months old.
taken into custody. the children were released to family. just into our newsroom, a manchester man is accused of going more than 100 miles an hour down interstate 89. it happened just after 6 this morning. troopers arrested alrick barnett on i-89 in warner after seeing his 2007 bmw swerving in and out of traffic. radar reportedly clocked barnett going 133 miles per hour in a 65 zone. he will face a judge in november. new details now. an early morning fire in derry is under investigation. firefighters from several towns were called to 23 hubbard hill road just after midnight for reports of a garage fire crews were able to keep the flames from spreading into the attached house there. the family of four and their dog were able to safely escape. no one was hurt and officials , say it appears the fire
injuries after he was struck by a car in manchester. police say the man was hit around last night near the shell 7:15 station on hanover street. he is being treated for serious, but non-life-threatening injuries. no charges have been filed against the driver. state police are investigating a deadly accident between a car and a bicyclist in charlestown. troopers say 50-year-old lance torrey was riding his bike on en route 12 yeste he veered into the path of a car. torrey was pronounced dead at the hospital. police say it does not appear that any criminal charges will be filed. a man is accused of hitting a speed limit sign while being pulled over. merrimack police tried to stop a vehicle on daniel webster highway just after midnight. when richard dumond pulled over he allegedly pulled over on industrial drive and rolled into a sign.
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sean: commitment 2016 coverage now.
it is just 49 more days to go until election day and the first debate less than a week away, recent polls show both candidates have some work to do. abc's stephanie ramos reports from washington. stephanie: donald trump and hillary clinton are trying to prove that they are the best person to fight terrorism in the u.s. trump hosting a massive rally in fort myers, florida overnight. telling the crowd why he believes the new york and new jersey bombing suspect ahmad khan rahami was not being watched more closely by authorities, telling fox -- mr. from trump: the guy over the chicken stand brought litigation a lot of litigation against different people. i'll bet you that's why he was
they didn't want to get sued. stephanie: the republican nominee also blaming terror in the u.s. on liberal policies. in this morning again calling for racial profiling. mr. trump: we have to start profiling. we're looking at people and everybody's supposed to be treated equal, and well, it doesn't work that way. it is radical islamic terrorism. stephanie: his son donald trump, jr. also stirring things up jumping in which reads "if i had a bowl of skittles and i told you 3 would kill you, would you take a handful? thats our syrian refugee problem." the clinton campaign calling the tweet disgusting. even the mars corporation, which produces skittles, chiming in, releasing a statement saying it's an inappropriate analogy. as for hillary clinton, she's locked in on trump. accusing him of motivating isis with his words and actions. ms. clinton: we've heard that from former cia director michael hayden, who made it a very clear point when he said donald trump
in north carolina while clinton is off the trail but appears to have the vote of a former president. republican george h.w. bush appears to have told a prominent kennedy he plans to vote for clinton in november. stephanie ramos, abc news, washington. sean: a massive wildfire burning for nearly two months along california's big sur coast is now the most expensive firefight in u.s. history. it's just 67% contained but has already cost nearly $207 million include damages to property and homes. at peak, the cost to fight the fire was nearly $8 million a day. a neighborhood in miami is now clear of zika but health officials are still warning pregnant women about traveling to the area. the cdc says thanks to aerial spraying of pesticide, the wynwood arts district is no longer an area of active transmission.
however, officials say more positive mosquitoes are turning up at nearby miami beach. a drug that could change the life of a windham boy who is living with a fatal disease was finally approved by the fda. connor mullaly, who is autistic, is also living with duchenne muscular dystrophy, or dmd. kids usually end up in a wheelchair in their teens and they often pass away in their early 20's. yesterday, the fda approved a drug that could change the quality of connor's life. his mom hopes it will slow the disease down. it is such a milestone. it is monumental. the entire community is just in awe. we don't want him to lose the ability to hug, to walk, to run, and to dance. he loves to dance. sean: the family hopes connor will be able to start taking treatments within the next two years. of course come wishing them the best. we woke up with a lot of fog and that has lifted.
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>> now, meteorologist kevin skarupa with your storm watch 9 forecast. kevin: not much in the way of visibility. visibility registers under one/ -- 1/16 of a mile at times this morning. noticing quite a few people on the observation deck top mount washington. rest of us are experiencing. dew points in the 60's right now. we get about 60 degrees and that is where you start to feel the humidity out there. going to be noticeable through the remainder of the afternoon. under this discrete line of clouds, it will start to drop to do once this afternoon and this evening. temperatures overnight will drop
morning. not nearly as thick and is widespread. big area of high pressure the next few days. 70's right now. there will be several areas into the lower half of the 80's this afternoon. stubborn start with the low clouds and fog giving way to partial sunshine. your 60 up north -- near 60 up north. 70 to the low range of the 80's. concord is only 70 degrees. way above that friday. fair skies tonight. temperatures will ease back into the 60's.
on thursday. clouds approaching later on thursday. couple of showers thursday evening and early friday. the front comes through with scattered showers and thunderstorms on friday. not a huge drink of water from what we have seen lately. pressure that push of cool air behind that. should be about 80 in most locations. notice the above average temperatures. normal high of 70 degrees. shower on friday. giving way early saturday. much cooler air. eyes only in the 60's and southern parts of the state with recent sunshine. let's head to "grow it green." ray: welcome to today's "grow it green." we are at bedford field in bedford, new hampshire, and i'm joined by rachel from unh cooperative extension.
harvest a good crop of yellowjackets if i were so inclined. rachel: most definitely. yellowjackets are beneficial around the garden and the commercial environment. ray: how are they beneficial? rachel: they eat other insects. unfortunately, their populations have exploded. they are scavenging for food. their diets change and ago from routines and carbohydrates to suites. routines and carbohydrates to suites. table and have the yellow jackets warming around you they are looking for the sugary substance to keep you sustained. ray: there are so many of them. what can i do to control? rachel: when you can do is cover your soda cans because some of them will crawl into the soda can. you can also tie up your trash cans. we recommend you will not trying
one sting could be fatal to you. ray: we have some sprays out in front. rachel:: if it is a high-traffic area you might want to consider. ray: there is some good news, i gather. the first hard freeze, problem goes away. rachel: the nest will die out. move to another area could think about the spring. good monitoring techniques to put in your yard in springtime. ray: how do i know how many traps i need? rachel: as soon as you caps on you can apply more. ray: and i don't deal with the thousands and thousands of yellow jackets the following
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becoming a campus favorite. professor beauregard tire-biter is a two-year-old golden-doodle. he goes by beau for short. he is a therapy dog and is the first full-time facility dog in the country helping students handle anxiety and stress. many other schools including some here in new hampshire bring in therapy dogs during finals. helps the students stressed out about the test. the hudson police department is teaming up with the american red cross to hold a blood drive from now until 7:00 tonight at the community center. all types to donate. the drive goes until 7:00 tonight at the community center in hudson. kevin: we are looking at warmer temperatures this afternoon. humidity up as well but that will fade this evening. temperatures usually average around 70 degrees this time of year. we are way above that for financial the next front -- friday until the next front
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