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william county police say a man broke in through a kitchen window here at the potomac in and as he got inside the room, he stood over this sleeping woman, who is desribed as 62 years old and was in bed with her husband. he was touching this woman. and then started to gamer some thingsed in the room according to police. at that point the woman woke up and screamed. her husband got up and was able to apprehend this man. there was also another person that we're told that also helped out in this incident. grabbed the man and held him until the police could arrive. he's been identified as jonathan rodriguez, 27 years old of roanoke street here in woodbridge. he's been ordered held without bound. a few minute ago i went in and talked to the desk assistant here at the hotel. she didn't know anything about it. and i asked her if she could call the manag o
me and she said she d and then couldn't get through. so, there's still more information we're trying to get here to try to learn a little more about what happened. but, again, police making quick arrest after people who were inside the room cornered this man and held him until the police arrived. and now he's been charged with burglary and intent to defile. but i was told by prince william county police the attempt to defile charge was simply because he was naked not because he was trying to touch this woman inappr inappropriately. that's what we know in woodbridge. paul wagner, "fox5 local ne news". >> mayor muriel bowser is now speaking out about the rash of nooses found around the district. last week yet another was found at construction site in historically black neighborhood near anne bears elementary school in 2340r78g east. >> in response. the mayor said we're inclusive city and we don't tolerate,
engaging in city officials with dealing with this situation. >> here at home owe, d.c. mayor muriel bowser calling for calm saying they're prepared to meet the challenge for protecting people from terror attacks. >> "fox5" tom fitzgerald live on the national mall tonight and fits it's a fact that the nation's capital, there's little that can be done to defend against a vehicle attack. >> well, that is the sad fact but it's absolutely true, jim, you consider the recent evolution of isis up spird attacks that christmas market bombing in germany and niece fair is truck attack and of course london. here in the nace's capitol especially the national mall where
officials keenly aware of the threat level here today. d.c. mayor bowser promising vigilance in the face of threats and promising. authorities are doing their best to protect both residents and visit toshz. >> if we're a nation's capital we're a symbol of democracy around the world we prepare that way each and every day. there will be some things that the chief of police and partnership with his intelligence gamingerring with federal partners and other law enforcement would do or intelligence suggestions he should. >> now, security analyst in washington will tell you up like al-quida nope for large skill spectacular attacks in 2017 i6789
different and deadly construction. they're asking for a tax on lower tech logical sale. trucks, knives, easily attainable woman, unable to observe against y those large scale attacks you have large networks people have to communicate with each other and they are saying that is not the case and makes it more complicated when someone does for themselves and they're not working with a large area of conspirators. it's especially dive sgult given the tourist recreation and local as national capital and security husband found david and sarah studying these issues for years he says that vehicle barriers and the things designed to stop vehicles only go so far. first and best line of defense here in
vital and sustained intelligence effort. >> we can turn on hearts in our broxs and do barriers or these things a better way to do that is usual intelligence to stop getting targets in the fist plate bert ipt september him before he get to the po point. >> before they get to the national ball. >> the hard trum here is there are no $ 100 % guarantees of safety in this or any other city in the united states. u.s. capital police and park police responding to "fox5" squirz confirming they're in coordination with law enforcement partners and saying they do not want to reveal what it is they're working on declined invitation for ongoing interview. we're live on the national mall, tom fitzgerald, "fox5 local news". >> staying on the national mall now that investigation
american history or national museum of american history and culture after a noose was found inside the existsing. >> we heard stories of there being surveillance and the question is does that video exhibit and had it been released and why has it not about released to find the sfom. >> we made a ku number of calls to get answers in the investigation. two big questions on the table. why not release that surveillance video if they have it. the suspects suspect or suspect involved at least to the local media to try to get answers here and the other big question is are there any suspect or persons of interesting in mine according to his muscles they are no interest in releasing the video. as of now theha
interest in releasing video. i spoke with another system stoneia it is protocol to turn over surveillance place adds rt. >> when you also asked the question of is there video of a suspect or person of interest on their surveillance camera or on that video as all they could not tell me bottom line what was on there or what they turned over to police. again a lot of people concerned about not only what happened here at the museum and what is happening around the d.c. metro area. some of the people we talked to today didn't want to be identified or they chose not to go on camera per se. they did tell me that they're just outraged and we've taken a step back here in this day and age. you have to think of the pain you're causing for other people this is ridiculous. you sho
hatred is what you have in your heart you need to check yourself. this sets us way back and there's no need for this. >> again i heard from the local community there. now as far as park police goes when we spoke to them they told me there's no update in this investigation and again once we learn more we will let you know and as far as releasing surveillance engs video tlon they said if they did that it would compromise the evaluation. we don't know if there's suspects or perpetrates of interest captured on that surveillance and that will no be relowsed at this time. we'll "fox5" hole any. >> reporting live ne at the national mall this evening, christine lee own, fox fix local news. >> first day of long awaited trial getting spo
daughter rudy today what bill cosby's lawyer told the jury about the sex charges again him live in pennsylvania coming up next. >> and the team's involved in a high school bathroom fight that turned deadly were sentenced today and some are calling that too lenient. >> and the story we told you on "fox5". pregnant teen banned from a christian high school graduation for being in the school's cords, immoral. she finally gets her diploma and ceremony unled by her khurj. >> sue. >> happy jim, sarah, very monday, light showers. you see on radar behind he papering off a bit. what you can expect the rest this monday evening and what's ahead for this first full eek of june. i have a look if he forecast coming up when fox5 comes right
>> one of the most anticipated trials of the year got underway in norristown pennsylvania today. the sexual assault case against comedian bill koz. >> i accuse of dug drugging and assaulting a temple employee dozens of years ago and he claims it was consensual encounter. live in norristown chris this is a place not used to this spotlight. yeah, good evening, guys, bill cosby actually had
evening after an emotionally charged day one of testimony and on eping statements and really what has become the biggest trial since o.j. simpson. the manuel avilay of us know as america's dad arrived to this suburban philadelphia courthouse today is courted by his television daughter kiesha knight pulyum who played his daughter in the cosby show. he is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting a temple employee. the prosecution a second alleged victim that testified cosby gave her bills during encounter that ended in sexual assault. prosecutors spent the day trying to prove cosby showed a pattern of abuse and parade of more than 50 alleged victims around the country and this is the only case against cosby that has made it into a criminal court. cosby long maintained his
as we bring you back out live. courts continue at this hour notably absent day one is cosby's wife camille who has not been present during first day or any preliminary hearings. we do expect to hear from alleged victim herself andrea constan and bill cosby not expected to testify in his own defense. 79-year-old disgraced comedian faces ten years in prison if convicted guys. >> bill cosby an institution around the philadelphia area. they had to bring in jr. ors for this right? >> they brought in after about a week of jury selection they brought in jury from alleghany county and the jury brought in from the pittsburgh area most of them, all of them knew about this trial and all of them knew about bill cosby and the question is can they separate themselves from the celebtive bill cosby and concentrate on what they're listen
in court. >> you mentioned cosby is not expected to testify on his own behalf. any idea what tactic the defense is taking in this trial then? >> well, they'll try toe attack the thyme line of event and inconsistencies in this alleged victim. remember we heard a lot about all of these victims around the kupty 24 is one single case and the defense team is trying to poke holes in her timeline especially since she filed a civil suit and settled that suit years ago. >> chris o'copel from the sister station anything fox philly. thanks for joining us chris. >> we now have a follow up on high school bathroom fight that turned deadly in delaware. 17-year-old girl was sentenced to 6 months in juvenile facility and convict the of criminally negligent homicide in april for the death of a 16-year-old classmate amy joiner francis and sentenced to
helping plan the attack and third girl acquitted and autopsy showed the victim died of cardiac arrest aggravated by physical and emotional stress from the fight and maryland teen agars band from walking in graduation ceremony because she is pres pregnant is now officially a high school graduate. >> made ruvrpinglees was given her diploma over the weekend and more than 100 frenz and relatives showed up to support her. the private christian school barred her from graduation because they said she violated school's code of emics. all right. it was a gorgeous weekend. i wish it could have continued into today and unfortunately it did not. >> first couple days this week looks like we have to pay the price for the last couple days. >> i'll take that deal, how about you, jim? >> it's a d
doubt about it. cloud and late showers if they sap your energy had you unproductive monday because there's a lot of showers around. we'll see the showers and those are light and scattered. they're tapering off this evening and we'll give awe look at radar and not as much earlier today and this was full of green and tonight, though, spotty showers left through prince george country moving out quickly to anne arrundel count country and as i putry radar in motion that's onious there's drying out. there's more as we look to the south and west across western north carolina and western virginia. that's breaking up. you can see the pattern quickly and heavier rain toward the norfolk area. in is near north carolina as it pulls out and skies clearing. we have a cold front up norm. you see it visible in the satellite picture. maybe you can't. i would be happy to in
out. there's a spin -- and what that means we're a little unsettled and cooler and we'll have minimum of clouds and sun over the next few days. spotty showers only. tonight not looking as wet as today. we hit 77 he earlier today and traveled to binghamton 60. kind ever cool for june. 66 in new york site and boston 64. once you get away from wh whirling system system over the north west, it's call of two surprises we fizzling finish as we see temperatures finish up by the time we get to go. your evening planner taking showers out of the forecast after 7:00. we'll do 72 at 7:00 and by 9:00 clouds around
11:00 partly cloudy skies and temperature of 68. we're expecting to see a minimum of cloud and sun again tomorrow and temperatures still running a little below the arm which is now 81 here as you -- >> thank you, a debately work an on fire in an or and land owe fire. >> a robber who rap sacked a store tried to get away with a cash recommend ter. >> honoring marion barry, a special ceremony from the 1978 campaign. we're back after this
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45-year-old john newman jr. was behind this morning's attack and he opened fire fiama an awning business he was fired from that company in april. he killed himself moment before deputies arrived. >> in jup of 2014 we res responded to business in which the subject who is responsible for the deaths this morning was subject of a quark place balance. there were no charges at that time. please say the stus suspect was act tion alone. >> and closer to home the museum dedicated journalist memorial today. they he recognized my woman include
including npr david guilty killed in attack while covering sglvrjts they bear the names of 00 reporters, news stuff back to sl the. >> late d.c. mayberry's campaign it making its debut. better rewirn in '78 and spent four terms as mayor e erining him mayor nor life. 33 people worked on cam pain or wrote about it as members of the press. his wid" says it's one in a line of events acknowledging barry's contributions to the city. >> we dedicated morning ument at drive site in november and march there will be a statue he recollectioned here that the city is supporting. soy mean between those two events we could see there's a
but, also, never forget everybody is committed to keeping this memory alive. merion barry died november 2 2014 and was 78. >> parents of teenagers looking for summer jobs. >> employee details of a disturbing case next. >> around the dmv local firefighters fupding themselves on the property line of a opiate epidemicic and a number of oaf dose. >> jim, well the president tweeted about a dozen times since that recent attack in london. well, let me tem you there's one unexpected attorney weighing in calling it a mistake. while tell you who and give you the white house reak after the break.
he's a guy with values. he's somebody who says, i am going to make change. and i wanna make change not for the richest, not for the most powerful, i'm gonna make change to make this economy work better for hardworking families. that's who he is. i'm tom perriello, and as governor i'll fight to make sure every virginian gets a fair shot, that leaves no region or race behind. let's prove that donald trump's values are not virginia values.
>> 3-year-old howard albert sexually abused a teenager police say who he hired to do yard work at his home. the victim was not a student. albert took photos of the victim including one picture without a shirt. he was a science teacher late up public charter school and since resigned. >> d.c. police looking for a map that robbed a cvs in 21 0 0 block of alabama avenue and the suspect went into the store and behind the counter and grabbed the entire cash register. he paused
to be sdreep and they came into stuffle and ran off. >> finding first people in the 2300 block of minnesota south east one of them is even running out with the tv. >> president trump responded to most recent terror attack in london with a handful of tweets many about controversial travel ban. >> ronica cleary more with reaction on the tweets and how these might. >> exactly. jim, sarah, we're trying it a travel ban again i guess. for a while that language waming was not used in part because of the some of the repercussions of president initial tweets about this controversial executive order. no
about a dozen times since this most recent terrorist attack in london in a happened full of those sweets he called out his proposed travel ban. and in one of them he actually called out for his take a look at this tweet where it says the justice department had you have state with why you not the politically correct version. this tweet caused her muss. these sweets may make some people better and it accident help the office of the solicitor general to he cha actually matters sad. this was very up expected tweet in fact we had to con thirm this was room.
of more sweet pass eying. at the end of the day he ge fepded form. >> tweets like this hurt administration and president's ajune day. now, this tweet was asked about very early in today's press briefing and basically saying does the president agree there could be legal ramifications or problems because of the things he boasts on twitter like george conway said fox. >> take a listen to what she shto say. >> not at all the president is very focused on exactly what that order spells out. and that's protecting americans, protecting national computerty and he as every con sti tultion. >> that poke has not changed in the lightest. >> i reached out to
she is an attorney and asks for reaction to the property p.m. p.m.. >> whether you're for the president or not for the president i think any lawyer would agree you don't help your case when you go out and talk you know against what your lawyers are trying to say. i mean to put it more bluntly the attorney that aring you ued the case the other for foreman. >> now, while all this is going on there were a lot of other things happening at the white house. >> earlier today the president hosted an event in the east room announcing air traffic control reform and then this evening he'll be oingting gold star families for re. >> we'll speak with two cold star morps
white house, ron rop, frorm. >> d.c. mayor bowser today joins lieders across the the the country owe to pull out of the paris comply mad adore p pop. d.c. mayor muriel bowser signed an executive order today bipding the district government to the paris climate accord the same one the united states just vacated on orders of president trump. the effects of climate change are already here and without proper planning and collaboration they will continue to get worse. >> officials state district is making efforts to reduce carbon foot present. supporting programs that among other things provide solar panels to city residents at a discount. >> and over the next
we'll find a half billion worth of solar projects throughout d.c. to generate our own power. and we're reducing use. >> mayor bowser says the city effort to reduce global warming will not unnecessarily blurreden d.c. fave players are at the federal level continue to form the sol pies to protect our earth. >> of course, there are many that surprise surprise port pittsburgh not paris philosophy. this rally outside the white house backing president position that the paris climate accord places unfair burden on u.s. businesses and the u.s. economy. d.c. government responded by lighting up the wilson bu building in green. mayor becauseer saying she want the district government to go in a different dire direction. >> in north wekts west, bob barnard, "fox5 local news". >> around the kupty and dmv
finding themselves on the front line of opiate ep d dpemic. they're responding to overdoses and spending records of amount to deadly affects of heroin. according to latest info on cdc nearly 100 americans die every day from the overdose and that's squad rup ul since 1999. >> this is antidote thought mentioned. it's called miloxone popular name nar can. when somebody is overdosing on opiate it can be a life saver. as the heroin epidemic gets worse use of this medication has skyrocketsed. d.c. few firefighters are using this on average 260 times a movement the cost to taxpayers is at least 1 0 0,000 a year. we also dmekt with other fire department. fairfax, montgomery, prince george clear also seeing
d.c. fires numbers are by far the highest. we'll be ride ago long with firefighters tonight and have a more on the story. lindsey watts, "fox5 local news". >> how you can cash in on harassing phone calls [ phone ringing ]. >> they're constantly calling me. early morning, late at night. i'm beg and crying and pleading. >> perhaps you've had this happen to you. bomb barred with annoying phone calls. did you know you could actually get a big payout. we'll explain how ahead, sue. >> maybe that's enough to pay over the land ryan. i just checked that caller i.d. it's never anybody w wanting to talk to me they want to sell me something. i can show you cooler than arm temperatures. bwi 7 a5 and felt like a lot of rain didn't it. that was a trace of rain reagan
stepth m dulles and just about tenth and a half, 14 one hundred at bwi. we'll have the 7 day forecast that is going to warm you up. that is for sure. i'll let you know what it expect that. "fox5 local news" at 5 is coming right back. ck. pro-tip: chop all your veggies for the week at once. super pro-tip: buy your veggies pre-chopped. uber pro-tip: buy delicious produce you don't need to chop at all.
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where he later died. >> we laugh every time we see that. >> we're shake up political landscape new half hour late night five at five kicks off. we call it a tmz airs afterwards midnight on "fox5". so it's exciting time. we have been getting ready for this the last couple weeks. tonight is the night it all comes to fruition. >> i have all my dvrs set. >> and my night cap ready to go i should have started with that. >> exciting. >> looking forward to seeing the show. >> looking forward to the last weather forecast at 11:59. >> what? >> surprise. >> didn't know about that? well we will see a
start. the first half of the week will be cooler. any time you can get a little cooler in june it's not a bad things right. we know the flood gates will open. aas we look at the capitol a good deck of clouds out. there not much in the way of showers and they dim ivrnish as we are down to spotty to isolated showers the rest of the evening. that is first line of weather headline. these are tairping off quickly now. i don't see you'll see much after 7:00. tomorrow, chance of spotty shower if we see anything at all. although i think it it is a mix of sun and clouds tomorrow not nearly as damp. and because clouds will be round especially tuesday, wednesday, temperatures will be cooler than. average and significantly for someive some places in the 60s midweek. after this time upper level low pressure spins over the
department. it is going to get hot and sultry as we head into the weekend. so with result of clouds an possibility of spotty shower we go 78 tomorrow. once only low 70s. some may stay in 60s and spotty showers wednesday. not necessarily wet days but more on the cloud cover side than sunny side. as we look at radar tonight, spotty showers moving across the bay down to the south around we see them around spotsylvania pushing on out and another little batch approaching ipt nate 81. notice how it's all kind of disappearing as we go through last hour or so of loop and even as we look at the big picture our area of low pressure producing showers spiping off owe the coast of southeastern virginia more still coming in. i think a lot of this mixed activity will stay south. i think the driver for the next few days is another s spiping storm systeup
going to spip its way down here and take a little while to get out of here. it's rounds of clouds and some sun shrine here and there and maybe a spotty shower over the next 48 hours. stem turz 74 down from high of 77. nice to see let's of places in low 70s. did you notice it was a little on sticky side today. plenty of humidity in the air and due point low to mid 60s. that's noticeable especially towards annapolis that's uncomfortable. maybe you don't feel it as much because it's not so su sunny. while on the uncomfortable side today, dew points low 6 60s. feeling more pleasant and dew points mainly in upper 50s to mid 50s mainly near 60. how things are looking for tomorrow. minimum of clouds and sun. a.m. temperature, 66. by into, 75. mix of clouds and sun. and couple of spotty showers around tomorrow afternoon. that's why we'll leave them in for the 5:00 planner. 77 degrees. not
the story as we see showers really diminishing now ands with we go through the overnight hours hanging on to a couple showers well south and west of d.c.. more clouds than anything else. overnight clouds break ape little bit. tomorrow owe morning a minimum of sun and clouds and praps a spotty shower across northeastern maryland and come into far western maryland. as we go through noon hour you can see the lot of places will see sunshine. and could be just unsettled enough in the upper atmosphere to produce a popup shower in the noon hour and not widespread. kind of same deal 5:00 tomorrow. that's why we're saying isolated spotty showers and same deal for wednesday. for tonight showers are ta tapering off and we'll have clearing late at night and dropped to 63. tomorrow we should be seeing less damp day and temperatures should get up to 78 with mix of clouds and sun and again can't take the spotty shower out of the forecast just yet. but temperatures likely will be ranging from the low to mid
below average for this time year which is 81 degrees. how about these cooler temperatures the first three days of the week. and then as we get into friday we're back up to 81 by does, 86 and by sunday some of the models are saying 90 i'll hold it at 88 and monday of next week 89 or 90 looking doable. this is what june is about and it's not going to be denied much longer. so maybe you can appreciate these next three days when you know the weekend will be a whole new season. sarah, jim, that's your 7 day. >> sue left a cheat sheet here you have beautiful penmanship. >> i was saying i can't even read my own writing anymore: we don't write hardly ever we type everything. >> i'm sure we all experienced this annoying robe owe calls. one woman said the harassing calls was so bad she had to take medication. >> she's hoping to get a good bay-out. maybe you can too.
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>> she found out what few people know. legally no one from a legit company can keep calling cellphone with auto dialer or rerecorded message after they tell to you stop. >> once they tell the company to stop calling it's $1500 for every call made after that date. >> and now that she knows kathy young is suing awkwin loan services llc. her lawsuit claims as a result of calls she suffered stress, anxiety, nervousness, fear, worry, hypertension, intimidation, panic attacks, diabetic they're ups, nausea, vomiting, night mayors, headaches, pain and suffering and mental and emotional distress. akwin loan services denies the allegations. more and more people are suing other companies for the 15eu78 thing. >> we have cases with hundreds and returned reds of calls and voicemails with everything you can imagine related to these calls.
significant. >> not just against debt collectors. >> it could be any company a cruise line calling to solicit a service or student loan company that's calling to collect a bill it could be a hospital that is calling to collect a bill. it could be a variety of different circumstance. >> attorney matt morse morgan says a single call after you say stop is one too many. >> criteria essentially is if it's unwanted call that comes to your cellphone from a business then you could potentially recover money damages for it. >> kathy young's case is set for trial in september of next year. a long fight but she says it's worth every step in the bat toll get her sanity back. >> and morgan says if you have been victim of harassing calls tell them to stop. as he mentioned over the phone or by official letter. also to keep a diary of harassing phone calls and date you said to stop. and get a phone log from the hope to company. >> cases
unknown scamers and they have to come from legitimate companies to be identified. >> it is one of the most anticipated events of the year in silicone valley. >> and things jim will waste his money on. >> apple unveiling new gadgets. >> apple c. o and home speaker competition to google home and echo home speaker it will play music and help you retrieve information. it's first brand new device from app until three years. and 'better imac and updating i phones and ipads. >> i love the speaker. i don't think there's a need to move on. we'll see. >> happily ever after. fairfax rescued
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>> finltdly tonight safe at home after trapped under a deck at home in great falls area. a family reported dog banks was stuck under the deck last thursday. >> crew he's to remove several boards after abuckets of gravel before spotting dog's tail and foot. they were able to get the little guy out. banks was trapped under the home for two days. little dehydrated and bruised and overall in good shape. >> oh, man. >> thank goodness. >> scary. >> poor thing. >> he's not going to go under that deck any time soon. >> probably not. >> and closed off.
us with at 5. >> the news at 6 starts right now. >> this is "fox5 local news" at 6. >> another deadly terror attack in london. >> loving and caring and no one could ever replace here. >> seven adead and isis is taking credit. and a bizarre incident a man arrested after breaking into a couple's hotel room. >> you're independent until proven guilty. >> and i show of support as the sexual assault trial against embattled comedian bill cosby begins. the news at 6 starts now. security remains tight in london as the city is on high alert following this weekend's terror attack. thanks for joining us i'm tony perkins. >> i'm shawn yancy. >> police raided two homes and took a number of people into custody today. here's what we know right now. at least 7 people are dead
after terrorist used vehicles and anys to carry out the bloody rampage. police shot and killed three terrorists within 8 minutes and arrested twelve others even tonight we'll have the latest isis is claiming responsibility. >> d.c. mayor bowser is reassuring residents that the nation's capital is prepared to protect people from terror attacks. let's bring in "fox5" tom fitzgerald live on the national mall tonight, tom. >> tope, good evening. officials in d.c. say they are aware of the threat and they're aware that isis and other islamic extremist groups called for increased attacks particularly using latest form after tack that being vehicles and knives. these are weapons easily obtainable and hard to defend against. the mayor tonight saying categorically the city is prepared to deal with this threat. and she says they are in communications with all