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denise zarrella live in lorain county with the latest. >> we are inside the elyria police department. in fact, right now they are investigating this peeping tom case and the f.b.i. says it looks like there are similarities and no definitive link between this case and other recent cases of child abductions and attempted abductions. >> i was disgusted. how can this man, an adult, how can you want to kid changing their clothes. >> that elyria mom didn't want to be seen on camera but bravely found a man looking into her daughter's window. and so is the abduction of a 6-year-old girl in may and same with a 10-year-old girl in elyria in february and the case of a young girl abducted from her northridge home last year. are all the cases linked?
definitive connection and cleveland abduction and elyria abduction for this one that didn't want to be seen on camera knowing the suspect or suspects are out there is hard. >> i am not letting her near or outside the door by herself and making sure the door is locked all the time. >> take a close look at the screen now. this is a description of the peeping tom that mom was able to get. she says he is his early 20s or 30s and 6 feet tall, 2020 pounds and cut into a flat top. he was wearing a blue t-shirt, dark blue jeans and dark shoes and driving a blue or green four-door vehicle that possibly could be a chevy model. if you know anything call police immediately. >> asking questions, getting answers in elyria, denise zarrella, cleveland 19. thank you, denise. chardon police are
3-year-old boy. a woman told police she hit the little one sunday afternoon when he ran out in front of her car in chardon. the little boy was rushed to the hospital and he didn't make it. >> lakewood police providing extra patrols for the high school and middle school following a threat referencing columbine. police arrested a hardy middle school for c a custodian found the writing friday night saying "i'm going to make coalbin look like a joke. we are learning more about shawn grate police call a serial killer. mansfield police are investigating the death of rebekah leicy. she could be the 5th victim and police are trying to identify the woman grate says he killed 10 years ago and her name started with a d.
from marion county and we have researched databases and we can't find anything in ohio that would lead us to her identification. >> chris: the woman killed at this house has been identified as canton native candice cunningham. grate is yet to be charged for the death. cunningham is speaking out. >> denise: that's right. police are investigating and they are demanding justice. >> haroo investigation. harry? >> reporter: it is a bright sunny day in canton. candice cunningham's family is in a dark place because she was murdered in mansfield by, police say shawn grate. >> she was my middle child. she knew no wrong in anybody. >> her trusting nature put her at deadly risk. candice cunningham was the 3rd of 5 victims from
candice's body was found in mansfield last week and her family is hurting and grieving. >> i just want it all to end. i am living a nightmare. >> candice's mother told cleveland 19 she had not talked to her mother when she called her from mansfield. >> it will be awhile before we can talk to you. when i get moved and settled, i will call you. >> that call never came. the family got the dreaded knock on the d that no one wants to get. >> you see this stuff on the news and i thank god it is not happening and one day that knock on the door. it has happened. >> i am angry. real angry. >> devastated. it's the worst nightmare i have to go through.
>> she was a good person. we are all human. we all make mistakes. she was human. she loved everybody. >> reporter: that family still has lots of questions and the one they want most is why. hopefully they will get those answers when shawn grate goes on trial harry boomer, cleveland 19. >> denise: thank you, harry. we know the identity of the man shot and killed in akron. he is phillip hassan. police shot and killed him sunday afternoon when he reached for a rifle on florida avenue. the 61-year-old died from a gunshot wound to the test. >> the shooting of an unarmed black man by a white police officer in oklahoma is calling nationwide outrage. >> the shooting prompted protests.
criminal charges. manuel has the latest on the investigation. >> this guy is still walking and following commands. >> video from a police chopper shows 40-year-old terrance crutcher walking towards his s.u.v., hands in the air as officers surrounded him friday night responding to 911 calls about an abandoned vehicle. >> it is blocking traffic. >> nobody is around it. >> there was a guy running from i thought somebody would blow up. i think he is smoking something. >> it is difficult to see exactly what happened as crutcher approached the driver's side window of the s.u.v. and police say he was not cooperating. >> looks like a bad dude to be on something. >> you can see him suddenly drop to the ground. >> i think he may have been tasered. >> police confirm he was tasered and six seconds after he fell...shots fired.
killed by betty shelby and is on paid administrative leave. >> she is giving repeated commands. stop, stay where you are. get down on your knees and he ignores those commands. >> comply? what do you mean. he had his hands up. >> his sister says he was stereotyped because he is a black man. >> i am demanding charges be pressed immediately. the video is there. it ss police are promising a thorough investigation. >> i will tell you now there was no gun on the suspect or suspect 's vehicle. >> that was manual borkers reporting? >> the justice department opened an investigation over allegations of excessive force. police looking for people responsible for vandalizing a fire substation. the building was broke into over
thousands of dollars of damage and wrote profanity on exempt and saturated beds, carpet and gear with urine. contact summit county sheriffs with any information. >> denise: well, today kind of a carbon copy of yesterday only warmer. >> chris: and the carbon company should keep on going. >> jeff: yes in the next couple of days. we have lake breeze and cloud cover kicking in. we are down hopkins. sandusky 76 and get to akron-canton 86 and same at mansfield and you are warmer inland. a little hazy out over the lake with the lake breeze. we are at 80 at 6:00 and 7:00 and 8 p.m. clear sky and 75. we will become clear tonight. seasonable like last night. we have more warmth on the way through the middle part of the
that cooldown will come with very little or no rain to it the first week of fall. details later in the half hour. denise? >> thank you, jeff. >> of course you can track the latest conditions with the cleveland 19 first alert weather app for your smart phone or tablet. let's take a live look at traffic. blue sky, clear skies as jeff mentioned. no trouble spots on the roads. hour. you can get the latest by downloading the cleveland 19 news app and clicking on the traffic tab. >> first alert traffic on cleveland 19 news sponsored by ford. >> the makers of a safety app reveal the most unsafe intersections. >> topping the list usual suspects. new york, l.a., cleveland,
i will show you how it works. let's say you are walking through a bad neighborhood. you will press and hold as you are walking through the neighborhood. once you get home safe you let go and required to put in a password. you have 10 seconds. if you are attacked and drop your phone you clearly can't put in the pin to get the password and they will alert police to send to the gps location. kind of a good idea. intersections in northeast ohio we got definitive answers. washington boulevard and belvoir. what about that location? we are on john carroll's campus and you can see the field down here. there's the field. as we pull out the second we want to see what akron's most
not too surprising. also it is a college campus and appears to be a young person's app as they are walking on campus. it is the intersection of carroll and wolf ledges university of akron campus. let me tell you this is by no way comparison in l.a., the most dangerous intersection they are using this app. it was used 25,000 times. 3,000 uses campus doesn't hold a candle what's going on in new york and l.a. in how much it is being used there. for answers let's get back to chris. coming up on cleveland 19 news at 5:00, police review new details in the bombing of an investigation in new york and new jersey and the suspect's
live from cleveland's newscenter driven by don joseph toyota in kent, this is cleveland 19 news. sources say investigators have found new clues connected to the bombings in manhattan and jersey shore over the >> denise: the primary suspect is in custody of course and now his father is speaking out. brooks sylvia-braga is in new jersey with the very latest. >> reporter: it's been a busy day at the rahami family home. the father has come in and out of the home three times and in brief remarks spoke to us about his son. >> mr. rahami -- >> new details reveal the father of bombing suspect of ahmad khan
>> i called the f.b.i. 8 years ago and said you have a connection with this guy. >> the f.b.i. investigated the terrorist comment after being arrested in 2014 for stabbing his brother in the leg at the family home and the father told agents he was angry and didn't mean it. >> sources tell cbs news they recovered from rahami a handwritten note and a notebook with a bullet hole in it with references and radical cleric. >> rahami is a citizen of afghanistan and traveled to afghanistan three times and once to pakistan. >> david was a neighbor who knew rahami as a nice, quiet kid. >> how do you make sense of what happened. >> i don't. i can't. he left this country to go over there. maybe met people who lived there and talked bad about our
people and pipe bomb explosion at the jersey shore. police say he left behind evidence tying him to the crimes and a man found him sleeping in the doorway of his bar. >> i just called the cops. that was it. i didn't do anything. i did what any american would have done. >> rahami is recovering at the hospital in gunshot wounds and held on more than $5 million bail. more on the meeting with the f.b.i. and rahami's father two years ago. what happened, during the domestic dispute, a neighbor overheard the father call the son a terrorist and it got passed to police who passed it to the f.b.i. when they interviewed the father in two instances, the father said he said it in a moment of anger and didn't mean it and the f.b.i. couldn't find any other evidence to tie the son to terrorists. >> denise, back to you. >> a follow up question, if you would. obviously when the f.b.i. talks to people, they have to come up
investigation in 2014, were there any measures keeping a proverbial eye on them or do you have to let them walk free? >> it is not necessarily what they have to do but chose to do based on the information and did not put them on the watch list and their judgment determined there was not enough reasons to have concerns about it. >> is there an indication the family may have helped him or where he the pressure cooker bombs? they had to see something unless they were doing it away from them. >> it is hard to know. i can tell you two circumstantial pieces of evidence and the father has been coming and going of his own free will all day today. at one point it looked like he got take out food and came back 45 minutes later and cbs news learn in the last hour his wife who we believed was in afghanistan.
cooperating with authorities. >> interesting. >> denise: will she be brought back here, do you know? >> reporter: we do not know that. >> chris: brooks, thank you for the information. brooks sylvia-braga from new jersey tonight. >> well, summertime heat still hanging on. this is no different than when we could experience during the summer months becauhe this. we will stay that way tonight. we get bigger temperature drops and rapidly go up and see that tonight and again tomorrow, the humidity stays low and sneaks up a little thursday reaching the lower end of the muggy scale. we are not talking about humid conditions. as far as future view temperatures go, we will ease into the 50s and tonight and tomorrow morning at 8 a.m.
well in the 70s and by 2:00 in the afternoon in the 80s. the exception being on the immediate lakeshore with a lake breeze that sets up. >> a look at tomorrow pretty much where we are right now and it is upper 70s along the lakeshore and no alerts in the forecast through the weekend. i have a slight chance of showers monday. a front that comes through and we think this cooldown over the weekend willom no rain with it certainly for an alert day. >> 86 the high tomorrow and lake breeze and thursday at 86 again. we will start to see cool air friday and this is above average, 77. we get to saturday it builds in more. 68 to 70 and start out cloudy and clear out by afternoon.
a little autumn feel that first weekend of fall. >> first pitch of the tribe game. 77 taking home on the royals and every series is big from this point forward. 74 during the late innings and talking lots of sunshine to start things out from the game. >> clear skies, seasonable and low 57 and akron-canton clearing out and dropping to 5 8 the high. average high is 72 right now. 58 at 7:00 a.m. by lunchtime up to 82. by 5:00 i have us up to 85 degrees. tomorrow night back down to 56 for the low. thursday, partly cloudy and 86. friday more of a mixed sky here and cooler, 77. then as we get into the weekend that's the more noticeable
cleared things out. it will be that fall feel for the geneva grape jamboree which should be by this time of year celebrating the harvest of the grapes. 51 saturday night. >> 68 sunday and we will spike back up to 76 monday. that's a front coming through. isolated showers and tuesday back down to 67. >> we are getting into pattern. >> do you partake in wine when you are out there? [ laughter ] >> denise: he is a beer guy. >> i know they are safe. you say out there and you do not drive. >> it is beautiful. >> he is a grown up. >> coming up on cleveland 19 news at 5:00. honoring music master johnny
we have an eye on entertainment news tonight including plans to honor johnny cash. plus bette midler breaks a record and plus a classic western gets a makeover. >> so you seek revenge? >> i seek righteousness. >> i will take revenge. >> chris: oh, yeah! a- listers, the magnificent 7 being remade. you remember the 1960 classic yule brenner charles bronson james colburn. the town of rose creek hires people for a industrialist. >> look at this star studded cast opening in local theaters. ? did you ever know you are my
ticket sales have set a new record. $9 million in the first day alone. opening night is not until next april. ? the dirtiest job in town ? ? on a windy corner of the dirty street.? and the rock hall honoring the man in black. that would be johnny cash. he is the focus of the music masters concert next month. tickets are on sale and they are going fast. you want to go, you better get them. >> what a kind. what a legend. coming up on cleveland 19 news, a campaign controversy. this time it is over the candidate's kids.
i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how
would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think...
donald trump's closest advisories are his children. each have a big impact on the campaign wants. >> denise: as ryan nobles explains it's been good and bad for the g.o.p. nominee. >> congratulations, dad. we love you. >> donald trump's off spring are serving as thinks most high profile surrogates and among top advisories. >> the four of us are almost inseparable and we work directly next to each other. >> donald trump , trump and eric trump have almost no political experience and that's led to some bumpy moments. >> monday night donald trump , jr. tweeted this graphic comparing the refugees to a bowl of skittles. it is not his first controversial comment. >> they let her slide on any discrepancy and if republicans did that they would warm up the gas chamber now. >> daughter ivanka has been
interview with cosmopolitan magazine early because she felt the questions were getting negative. the trump kids are a huge help. venges speeches were lauded and this week ivanka will meet with paul ryan and female republicans in congress and among paid political staffers the children have a closer bond to the candidate because they are family. that's why when they talk or tweet, it has a much greater reach. such as this answer by , jr. why his father has yet to release his tax returns. >> it would create 300 million independent financial auditors out of every person in the country asking questions distract from his main message. >> reporter: a message trump's children have a major role in crafting in both the positive and negative way. >> in washington, i'm ryan nobles. >> listen to this, former maryland lieutenant governor
george h.w. bush told her he is voting for hillary clinton and a bush spokesman says his vote is private and is not commenting on the race. remember to stay with cleveland 19 news for continuing coverage of campaign 2016 and can you find updates on cleveland19.com on our facebook page or our twitter feed. >> much less polarizing topic: the weather. >> denise: i know. if jeff could run as a third party candidate he would win da >> jeff: the weather, that's what would get me in. >> denise: yeah. people love this stuff. >> jeff: until it changes by election time. 85 the official high at cleveland hopkins. we will be around that number again tomorrow and on thursday before we start to see some changes. if you are headed out this evening forecast at 7:00 around
60s and eventually i have mid to upper 50s there and that is where we should be this time of year seeing seasonable nights and when the sun comes up, warm. akron-canton at 86. there's quite the difference now on the north side of downtown 78 degrees. and north wind at 6. lake breeze with cloud cover and that lake breeze bringing up the humidity a little bit along the lakeshore and it gorgeous this evening at the tribe game if you are having dinner outside. clear and seasonable and more warmth ahead to the middle part of next week and friday bringing the temperature down and builds in saturday and sunday and the fist weekend of autumn will feel that way. a touch of autumn in the air. we have no alerts coming up through the weekend and basically going to be dry.
there on monday. that's it for the next 7 days. we will see how long this pattern holds. it looks like a dry end to the month of september. mostly sunny tomorrow. back up to 86 and 6 at 8:00 a.m., 84 and then tomorrow evening 74 akron-canton mostly sunny sky for you and 86. mid-80s tomorrow and mid-80s thursday and way above normal this time of year. friday, 77. when we get to the weekend that's when cooler air comes from the north and northeast. 68 the high saturday. more on the weekend details for you coming up in the extended forecast later on. chris? >> chris: thank you, jeff. bad news if you are excited to see the leaves change. you may be seeing more brown this fall and less orange, red
autumn officially starts thursday. because of the drought in parts of the country, some trees will shut it down sooner to prepare for winter. will you see fall colors and see them sooner. they are not probably going to last as long. >> my favorite season. >> love fall. >> the best without question. a new report from aaa says drivers are throw ago way billions of dollars of gas every year. >> that's right. many people fill theirk premium fuel and this report says they are wasting your money if you do that and most cars don't need the upgrade. chris van cleve gets answers why. >> gas nearly 10 cents cheaper. americans are basically throwing money away by doing what edna did. >> and took it and the engine good.
he prefers higher grade gas. >> octane level. it runs better and engine runs cleaner with higher octane. >> it is easy to believe something that says premium sounds like a treat. >> john neilson. if your car is designed to run on regular gasoline, using premium fuel or 93 octane won't make it run better. better fuel economy or lower emissions. >> aaa looked at cars with v- v-8 and no benefit to a higher level of gas called by the manufacturer. >> aaa estimates 16.5 million drivers misfueled their cars by upping octane unnecessarily costing them $2.1 billion. >> only 16% of vehicles on the road require premium gas high performance or luxury cars and 10% run best on mid-grade and 7
regular. >> the american petroleum institute representing the gasoline industry agrees most cars run fine on regular 87. >> chris van cleve, cbs news, washington. good to know. >> aaa says premium won't hurt your car's engine or performance. if your car is designed for regular gas, it won't benefit from the higher octane the way a high performance car would. >> an update on a struck by a car attending an outdoor concert in parma heights. she was in critical and stable condition at metro health medical center. an elderly woman confused the gas pedal with the brake. no word if charges will be filed. penalties coming down from patrick hogan's football program stemming from a recruiting infraction last fall.
postseason suspension for the coach if hogan makes the playoffs. hogan is on probation for the remainder of this season and next season as well. and will be limited to five days of contact with the team next summer. police investigating another smash and grab in cleveland. it happened this morning on kildeer avenue in east 200th. a white minivan was left at the en such crime in the area since the beginning of the year. it is the 4th to happen in cleveland just this week. president obama made his final speech at the united nations today. he talked about the security challenges facing world leaders. this was the president's 8th address to the u.n. general assembly and acknowledged the ongoing challenges of fighting terrorism especially after last
mr. obama also talked about his accomplishments. >> we have taken away terrorist safe havens, strengthened nonproliferation regime, resolved the iranian nuclear issue through diplomacy. >> critics of presidents say his deal with iran will allow that nation to eventually build a nuclear weapon. a minnesota restaurant owner upset over the stabbings in st. sign. >> the sign outside treats a family restaurant says muslims get out. the other side says in support of st. cloud. the owner has gotten backlash for the sign. but he says business has picked up so much he had to call in three extra workers today. >> it is time people started standing up not worrying about
right. we are not targeting muslims in general, just the extremists. >> that's all i can say. that's my right. i will stand up and wish more people would do it. >> he has no plans to take the sign down. >> denise: coming up later on cleveland 19 news at 5:00, a medical milestone at a local hospital. doctors implant the world's
we are one nation under god. that black and white, we are one nation
indivisible. that republican and democrat, we are all americans. i'd like to punch him in the face. you know what they used to do to guys like that? i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters. priorities usa action is responsible
>> chris: now cleveland 19 news a consumer alert. an important recall to tell you about. kellogg's is recalling 10,000 cases of eggo nutri grain waffles because they may be contaminated with listeria affected in 25 states including ohio. the 10 count pack of wolfs have best if used by dates of november 21, 2017 and november 22, 2017. so far no one has become sick. the department of transportation is releasing guidelines for self-driving cars. the guidelines are for the testing and deployment of the vehicles. it includes a 15 point safety assessment for the vehicles. categories include crash worthiness. privacy, cyber security and how the vehicle sees the road. >> denise: on wall street
pattern ahead of the fed meeting. tomorrow we will find out if the fed thinks the economy is strong enough for an interest rate hike and analysts predict a small increase. they say never say never when it comes to fashion proven when crocs made their runway debut. christopher cain sent rhinestone crocs down the runway during london fashion week. even vogue approves of this calling this weirdly, absolutely, ridiculously chic. >> somehow i am thinking they are not for you, mark. >> mark: i thought you were describing me. >> coming up tonight at 6:00, our investigative team is uncovering new details on shawn grate tied to five killings already. could there be more? wait until you hear what we found. a teen killed days after investigators say she helped rob a bank.
>> denise: well the mayor and fire chief of lakewood are trying to calm the community's concerns about a emergency medical treatment in their city. >> the e.r. at lakewood can do everything it used to do with the exception of admit patients to loo >> i am disturbed by untruths in our community politically motivated to scare others by attacking our emergency service system in lakewood. >> denise: the mayor and fire chief tell us there has been no medical delay since lakewood hospital closed in february. new research says doctors and hospitals are ignoring the warning to prescribe fewer antibiotics to patients. the push to dole out less
avoid super bacteria. researchers reviewed files from more than 34 million patients over a six year period and found antibiotic use didn't change significantly in the prescriptions and actually increased for more powerful antibiotics. >> a local hospital making a medical first. doctors implanted the world's smallest pacemaker. >> it is incredible. >> it will help the estimated 2.7 million americans atrial fibrillation or a- fib. nicole is getting answers on this breakthrough treatment. arthur suffers from a- fib, a problem with the heart's rhythm beating too fast or too slow. treatment often includes a pacemaker. >> it delivers an electric impulse to cause the heart to beat. >> the doctor in akron is now using the world's smallest
the country that are doing this. we are thrilled. >> the difference is substantial. here is the pacemaker and here is the new one, bigger than a vitamin. it goes into the heart with no leads. >> they both go in the heart. the difference is the battery is encapsulated with the pill and has the battery in the chest wall. leads in a traditional pacemaker runs from a battery and into the heart. >> there is lead connections and devices and this should there's no lead. >> right now only certain patients like mr. k are candidates. >> primarily people with slow heartbeats and tired from slow heartbeats. that's the main reason we would do that. this will soon change. >> it could be the case this is the primary technology for pacemakers. >> they hope the tiny pacemaker will provide the energy boost he needs to get back to his love of gardening. >> the backyard is full of
will be back to planting his fayettevilles. >> nichole vrsansky cleveland 19. patients are typically released the next day. pinpointing the weather where you live. >> now your cleveland 19 first alert forecast. keep in mind looking at the forecast. average high 72 and how warm it will b today we were at 85. tomorrow 86. thursday 86 degrees. night time low in the 50s. and mostly sunny. thursday more of a partly cloudy sky and 86 and we will bring in cooler air friday. that's above average. mixed sky and 77. the bigger cooldown happens over the weekend. where on saturday it will be windy, northeast to east wind
68 degrees. saturday night down to 51 with the clear sky and on sunday mostly sunny and up to 68 degrees for the big geneva grape jamboree. see you there. over the weekend isolated showers on monday. 76 now. and here is the front coming through. pretty windy monday and see another temperature drop tuesday and down to 67. as we look at the trend, 86 tomorrow and thursday creeping down. friday night football games look good and 68 saturday and sunday before the spike monday and with the next front and you get the weather information on the cleveland 19 first alert weather app and big changes coming to the app in the next few weeks. download it. it is free. it is the best app in town. back to you. >> chris: coming up on cleveland 19 news at 5:00 a disney costume controversy.
rob portman and his wealthy friends have spent millions attacking me. they say i lost jobs and drained the rainy day fund. well
friends, i was governor during the great national recession - and we all know it was raining pretty hard. so i used the rainy day fund - because i wouldn't cut education or local police and fire. and we balanced the budget every year. attack ads are easy. leading in a crisis is hard.
from the upcoming film sparking outrage on social media. maui an ancient chief not a disney creation. twitter users found brown skin and tattoos offensive. one tweet said island tattoos are sacred. they are. this costume mocks that tradition. disney has yet to respond to the backlash. we checked, it is still for sale on the >> denise: i am surprised it is not like disney to get that kind of thing wrong. >> disney does research and they spent lots of time trying to do homework and interesting to see how this shakes out. >> denise: they should make it right. coming up designs and dreams. thecism act of getting dressed can be difficult for people with disabilities.
>> mark: now at 6:00, we are digging doper into a suspected serial killer. right now there are five victims. are there more? >> new details on the manhattan and jersey shore bombings. investigators discover a handwritten note and small notebook belonging to the prime suspect. >> jeff: we have some cloud cover out there as it stays warm r cleveland 19 news sponsored by empire window company your local window and siding door expert since 1960. live from cleveland's newscenter we are getting answers for you. cleveland 19 news starts now. >> a mother's instinct kicks in chasing away a peeping tom. >> it is my biggest fear knowing this man could come back or he could get my kids. my kids are my life.
investigation. does this have ties to local abduction cases. >> mark: the feds want to know if the man caught staring in a little girl's window is tied to another case in elyria and kidnapping in cleveland. >> romona: denise zarrella returned to the neighborhood where parents are on high alert. right now the f.b.i. says two cases are definitively linked attempted abduction and abduction cases and this peeping tom case has similarities. >> eliott shows me and my photographer where he thinks someone tried to get in his 3-year-old daughter's bedroom window. >> it was chipped. i feel it was a coincidence it was her window out of all the windows in this house. you could tell it was her window because there are pink and blue curtains. >> the scary part is a peeping tom was discovered by a mom across the street. the man she says was looking