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10news news at 11:00 starts right now. your sense of security scattered in a second. >> reporter: how long does it take to break in? >> you can be in within less than a minute. >> burglars stealing your valuables. tonight we bring you a crime prevention project, anything can you do to keep your home safe from burglars? you are going to hear directly from the experts. no, not police, convicted burglars are sharing their secrets. questionnaires were mailed to inmates, we wanted to know how did they do it. do alarms scare them off? what about dogs? how to better protect your home and family
>> reporter: they can strike in a matter of minutes. burglars breaking into your home stealing cash and valuables. so to help neighbors avoid becoming a victim returned to the experts. >> that tells right here is perfect. >> reporter: like this career criminal, how long does it take to break in? >> it all depends on you can be in within less than a minute. >> reporter: as part of a crime prevention project the investigative team mailed questionnaires to 86 prison inmates serving time for burglary. they answered anonymously from prison explaining how they broke into homes >> reporter: what time. most said early morning or
often targeting homes with a limited visibility from the street. >> there are a lot the bushes here. you can't see the front porch. you really can't see. >> reporter: almost all of them said they would knock on the door before breaking in. is someone answered they would say "ron house, sorry." one burglar would even carry a attending to conduct a survey. many said they would think twice if there was a vehicle in the driveway. they did not like hearing a radio or television on inside the home. lights on in the home really did not do much to stop them. those signs for security companies well, the burglar said they are a joke. >> people stick them in and it
>> reporter: when asked one thing homeowners can do the criminal experts had some interesting ideas. get a camera, make it visible, get physical, get a dog, another agreed dogs are a dealbreaker but also know your neighbors. >> i would not go near this neighborhood because there are too many people moving around. too much activity. >> reporter: these burglars want to get in and out without being seen. as a homeowner make your place visible. cut back the trees, make it look like someone is inside. burglars say getting inside is actually the easy part. it is often through an unlocked door or window but the race is on. they have a few minutes to grab and go. >> you always want to hit the
you are going to have jewelry in the bedroom. guns and stuff like that are usually in the closet. >> reporter: when asked when they will look for hidden valuables one said "everywhere." another thing several said, they did surveillance before actually breaking in. they would look for mail sitting out or a possible hidden key. one week from tonight hopefully i wi here telling you for the next president of the u.s. is. between now and then the bay area is a bull's-eye in the race. hillary clinton and bill clinton spent time in our area today. two cities with one mission, to get your vote. but as jennifer titus tells us their trips today in that groups critical to deciding
>> you know what donald trump was bragging about. >> reporter: at the college hillary clinton took to the stage with the former miss universe. a week before election day the two hoping your message spoke loudly to women and hispanic voters. >> it wasn't such a great country for african-americans. clinton make a stop speaking to a diverse group spoke -- focusing his group on a black vote. the minority vote critical to clinton and trump. a report found in the 2012 election lack of voter turnout exceeded that of non-hispanic whites. she says he does not believe the candidates have addressed questions impacting the black community. >> no one is answering
>> reporter: reports show the minority vote is down, a reason why the clinton campaign is pushing hard to spend -- to send the message to get out and boat. >> we understand what is at stake. >> reporter: democrats will be looking forward to the weekend to get that minority vote. jennifer titus, 10news news. >> donald trump spent the day campaigning in pennsylvania. he blasted clinton over the fbi's into the castigation into her e-mails. he says getting rid of the health care act is his top priority. tomorrow he will be in miami and pensacola than jacksonville on thursday. we now know we hate getting hit with hidden fees. from credit cards, car dealers,
with new findings on how to beat those fees. >> reporter: that investigation is less than 6 minutes away. i am chatting about it right now only -- i am chatting about it right now on facebook. we want to hear your story. share them with me right now. i will be here on the facebook page until the end of the newscast. hit and run are hard to solve, when there is very little evidence. today police are working a case where a woman was killed in one of their own was injured. it is going to take a lot of luck to crack this case. >> reporter: few clues, one witness killed and the other injured. how do police go about solving a deadly hit and run? >> the first thing is they have to figure out what happened
>> reporter: investigators say many hit and runs involved driver impairment. >> they are all over the road. they don't know what they are doing. by the time they even realize they hit something they could be several hundred yards down the road. then they go into panic mode saying, if i get caught what is going to happen to be. they go home or they ditch their car and run. >> reporter: unreported for hours and days. >> the first thing we start doing is canvassing the area. maybe a piece of your bumper, these cases they do leave the whole bumper. >> reporter: but finding the vehicle as part of the puzzle. proving who was behind the
that is where the cameras come in. >> we will book even back further to think maybe the walgreens over there has a camera. maybe that traffic light had a camera. >> reporter: why didn't you stop? >> reporter: the big break can come days or weeks later. >> typically with a crash people want to get their car fixed. this vehicle will go to a body shop for some insurance company will be notified o especially in a case where a vehicle hits a person. it is a distinct type of damage. tomorrow may never come. if you don't do it today you may never do it. >> a life altering illness. the success story ahead. you have told us the top five fees that you hate to pay. now we will show you how to beat them. we are live on facebook right
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if you get a good price on it everything should follow. >> reporter: be willing to walk away. it is the only real leverage you have. another, how the rental car company charges you $14 for $1.50 in tolls. rental car companies can add $90 in fees $90 in fees just for the right to drive. you may not even realize it until the charges appear on your statement weeks after you return the car. here is what you can do. compare what each company charges with this helpful leak -- with this helpful link. such her phone gps to avoid toll roles. -- set your phone to avoid toll roads. >> try to figure out if there is any way to mitigate the fees. >> reporter: and speaking of
comes with six different type of fees. >> anything from reward redemption fees to balance transfer fees. >> reporter: not to mention transaction fees or fees to increase your credit line. before you settle for a new card do your homework. go to our website for links to find cards free of fees. if you already have fees, just like with rental cars, try calling up to request they removed the charge. >> they may do it if you ask. >> reporter: how about holiday fees on shopping? the u.s. postal service is probably years cheapest option. we took a shoebox a shoebox full of antiques to a number of ups stores and to ship it to the northeast we were quoted prices anywhere
prices anywhere from $17 hiker $24. they are in there is the ticket surcharge fee. sharon was struck by the lightning for more than $100 in surcharges during the playoffs last year. she was not the only one who reached out. >> ticketmaster. >> reporter: that deal requires a lightning to charge convenience fees on top of the ticket price. that is not the case as many event centers around town including tropicana field where you can buy your ticket in person. but the best experience in time is at the tampa bay buccaneers
ever, even if you buy your seats online. also, for all the extra fees on your electric bill, including a charge to pay off the closed power plant. that is bad news. the worst news is the only way to beat all of those fees is to vote out all the legislators who let the utility companies win. join me right now on facebook live where i am chatting about these and other tips that can save you money. we want to give you something to dream about. a new career. it is never too late. just ask this police officer who is breaking into the restaurant business. it is just one tiny slice of his story. >> reporter: you might think this is a story about winning
>> every day we are breaking records. >> reporter: something about the subs has people coming from all over. >> you have to take a leap of faith. >> reporter: even if it is something you never thought would be on the menu. >> at age 48 i went to the police academy. >> reporter: diagnosed with brain cancer he decided he wanted to do with more with his life. >> i never police officer. >> reporter: within six months he was honored as deputy of the year for saving an inmate trying to hang himself. soon after he became a deputy where during his only negotiation he saved a suicide jumper. >> i talked to him for about 30 minutes. he came down and it felt real good to know he did not take his life. >> reporter: last august he
again. a routine mri found the cancer was back so he turned in his badge. it would be easy to say cancer is why he is here today. he loves to give credit to an italian sandwich. she -- he and his wife had stopped at a ladies -- >> i took a bite. >> reporter: i could -- he could not get enough. >> my wife said why don't you see what that is all about. >> reporter: now in remission one year later he is still serving, just in a different uniform. great story and great to hear he is when meet met -- great story and great to hear he is in remission. more of the same weather for
forecast. right now it is comfortable. lower 70s when we get past to in the morning. -- lower 70s when we get past 2:00 in the morning. if you are heading to the game tomorrow night it is going to be about 76. it is 75 in saint pete right now. 72 in braden. 73 in sarasota. lakeland is in the 60s. it is dry out there so no worries as far as rain goes. it looks nice and quiet for tampa. tomorrow morning right around 67 wiwi a little bit of fog. tomorrow's afternoon forecast will include a shower chance. mainly after 1:00 in the
rain but i do think we will see a shower. 86 for the daytime high. that is well above the average. the elegy forecast will stay in the moderate range. speaking of tomorrow night, there is the game forecast for the football game. now, that is thursday. what am i thinking? don't go to the game tomorrow. don't do that. the game is not until the next day. thursday evening is the game. don't forget the food and wind festival that always starts on thursday. we have a chance of a shower on friday night. don't forget cool weekend ahead and put your clock back one hour before
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take a look at this brutal for check. we had to end up leaving the game and did not return. that sparked the lightning. come on, can be really go with anyone else other than him for the star? he set the tone, it goes to show how imperative it was to re- sign him this off-season. >> on to college football. playoff rankings are released to tonight and the committee has the gators just outside of the top ten even without a win a win over a ranked opponent
here is who is in at the moment on the road to tampa bay. alabama, clemson michigan and texas a-letter and m-letter. washington and ohio state the first two teams out. if this is how it ended up the city of tampa would be ecstatic. i reached out to the sports commission for a comment and they said "it is surreal to see the national championship begin here." this is an old video but it caught my eye. the navy seals parachute jumping into a football stadium in tennessee. if this does not give you goosebumps i don't know what will. watch this. we were watching this earlier. they are up there for a while. >> how do they do that?
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