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this i fox5 a local news at ten right now at 10, not in my background, the outrage over an abortion clinic in a montgomery county community and the residents push to shut it down ment the serial robber who is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from k-9 operated vacuums at more than 50 gas stationses in d.c., maryland and virginia. too much or
people being too sensitive. the kroars i over halloween decorations at a charles county home. the news at ten starts right now. we begin tonight with breaking news out of northwest d.c. police are right now on the scene of a death investigation near 23 and p streets. according to investigators a bodies was found in a wooded area around eight:30 . there is no word on the perp's identity nor the cause of death. we are monitoring l developments and keep you upgraded. we are also following news out of mupt, an apartment fire in silver springs . crews responded to the four-story building near flower avenue. corey is live on the scene tonight. do we know what happened. happened. we don't have details on exactly what caused that fire, but we do know that the flames are under control. let me give you a look , many personnel on the scene. many personnel responded to this two
a four story apartment billing. you can see that the act a tift is still continuing tonight as crews begin mop up and begin their investigation as to what could have caused this. this is a very heavily populated area with many different apartment buildings and many people are outside. they have been evacuated from their building this evening. i'm told that there were initial reports, initial concerns that there may be people trapped in a building, in this building, but now we're told that one person has been treated by ems and they have been taken to the hospital, but other than that it seems that everybody is okay, which is good news there. we're actually joined now by montgomery county fire sceef. tell us what happened tonight and kind of walk us through this process tonight. >>reporter: just before 9:00 we received 911 calls for an apartment building in manchester road, tyler area. the crews arrived to find f
the first floor and extending on what appeared to be upwards through and including the roof. it appears that thats was limit ed extension on the exterior with not much extension on the interior. crews went to an aggressive work, knocked the fire down on the first floor, checked on the upper levels and found a little bit of an extension on the roof and we're still as you identified doing a mopup as well as investigative work and undetermined at the point today how many residents or apartments may be affected. that information is being worked on with our health and human services partners on the scene. now with that investigation it is so new, but any initial indication of what could have caused this? a. not yet at this point. we did interview one victim that was taken to the hospital with burns in moderate condition. that information is being used as never ' walking in and out of the building looking at the bill ing itself. >> crews were able to get everybody
building. >> correct. the time of day assisted us being just before 9:00 at night. any thoughts on how long this area will be clos ed down? obviously we have lots of fire units on scene. >> probably another hour, maybe a little bit less, the main portion of skylar and manchester will be opened up to the regular community. >> we appreciate you talking to us tonight. >> thank you. >> we hope to get more information for you. we'll talk with residents and hope to see you you back here as soon as possible. protestors gathered this evening outside an abortion clinic that is scheduled to open in bethesda. the protestors say dr. lee roy car heart is not well quom in their neighborhood he permanents late term and partial born abortions. his clinic recently closed and now he wants to open up a facility on old georgetown road. it de values the property all around ment we have seen that across the cnt
one of the messages we're bring ing. protestors say car heart is trying to operate without a license. we reached out to the clinic and workers there tell fox5 they are working with maryland to be licensed. it is unclear right now when the clinic will start seeing patients. the man as queued of stabbing a bowie state university student to death was indicted today on a hate crime charge. a grand jury indicted sean your ban ski on charges he stabbed richard collins. security camera recorded the un provoked attack. your ban ski who is white was also a racist book group. the evidence in this case again was of a digital nature. there was lots and lots of digital evidence, including a phone in this case, other evidence and
of that evidence, we are comfortable now that we have enough evidence to file a hate crime charge. >> your ban ski has been held on a murder charge since the stab bing. bowie state release a statement tonight. it said bowie state continues to meur the life of lieutenant collins. while it is encouraging to see progress being made in the criminal take it we continue to reflect on the precious life lost. three alleged associates of the ms3 street gang have pleaded guilty in their rolls in the revenge killing of a 15 year old girl. the pleas today are the first convictions in the killings of damaris right as rivas of gaithersburg, maryland and 21 year old christian rivas of fairfax city. abduction as part of deals with prosecutors in the girl's death. court records indicate that all thr
the upcoming trials of three other people charged directly with the murder of right as rife as. an fbi agent testified during a preliminary hearing this summer that she was killed because gang members believed she had lured sos oh rib as to his death weeks earlier. montgomery county officialses are making an aggressive push to fight back against gangs. today the county signed an agreement expanding its police gang unit. they also planned to place more officers in schools to fight gang recruitment. the officers will focus on gang hot spots like germantown, gaithersburg, silver springs and wheaton. montgomery county police say over the past two years they would average one to two gang- related murders per year, but this year they have already reported 20. when you see the recent rise in crime and the level to which you see it, new strategies are called for and new approhe
when you see this and i think what we're doing here today is to trying to respond to recent changes in trends, particularly in the homicide rate. the new earth to combat gangs will cost the county more than half a billion dollar. a local businessman says he is losing tense of thousands of dollars one quarter at a type. someone broke into his k-9 operated vacuum cleaners at gas stations and stole more than $200,000. evan lambert is live at one of those occasion. how is in the world is happening? >>reporter: this machine here is working. the one behind h it it's out of order. that's wait says on the sign. the business owner says it's because the same serial thieve keeps coming by break into these boxes and stealing hundreds of l dollar as at a time over and over again. he just comes whenever he feels likement he comes and breaks and takes whatever he wants. that here mu near wants you
good look at this guy. it may look like he is pulling up to vacuum his car, but this man has stolen more than $200,000 from the k-9 operated vacuum machines . man ear operateds vacuum machines all over the city and has provided this video of the thieve in action. he use s power tools to break into the machines and steal up to $600 at once from one machine. we aren't naming the suspect because he hasn't been charged for these most recent crimes. but meniere says he's called officers, but they arrived too late in. it has taken a toll on meniere and his business partners financially and he emotionally. i have a family to feed. they nt work. i'm the only one working in thes house. if i keep running after police or district attorney or
nobody is going to bring food to my kids. i have to do he it myself. i talked with the state 's attorney's office here in prince george's county. they confirmed that this suspect has been charged before with these kinds of. about you they say they could not move forward because they didn't have evidence particularly, that video surveillance that you you just saw. they say that the business owner didn't provide it to them. i checked with him he says that they did accepted it to him, but they got back and said they hadn't received it and and at that point said it was too late to proceed with the case. the state's attorney's office tells me if they get that video they are he ' likely to re open these case he. live in and over hills, evan lambert. >> campus police the at howard university are trying to get to the bottom of what caused a major scare at the school today reports started circulating this afternoon that there was an active shooter on campus. police responded to campus quickly. they evacuated a few buildings and conducted a
initial report was wrong. we're going to do a real good investigation because this is only the beginning. we have found no evidence, no witnesses nothing that supports that there was shooting on our campus at any location. police say they are trying to determine who, if anyone, filed the false report. that person could face charges. some dramatic video tonight from sky foxment take a look, investigators are still trying to figure out what caused a tractor-trailer to over turn in springfield. it happened early this morning along 95 south on the off ramp to route 644. the incident caused that ramp to be shut down for quite some i am too. it caused major delays for computers. fortunately we're told no one was hurt. well, it is all clear tonight, but earlier today the secret service arrested a person for trying to jump over a concrete barrier outside the white house. it happened around nine:30 on e street northwest. police were called in to investigate a
suspicious package found at the scene. agents later cleared the backpack and no one was hurt. >> you you are going to need to grab the warm jacket again tomorrow morning because it is going to be another frosty start . in fact, at 10:00 tonight temperatures are already trending a little bit colder than they were last night at 10:00. let's go ahead and show you the weather headlines because we are starting with the fact that another frost advisory has been issued for tomorrow and this one is a bit more widespread and the one we had in effect overnight. the frost advisory includes d.c., prince george's county, charles and st. mary's county. i'm not sure we get into the mid 30s in d.c. but there could be some pockets of patchy frost even here in the district. better safe than scor ry when it comes to protecting the sensitive plants some of the counties have a frees warning which means that temperatures could drop to 30 or 32 greece. last night we dropped to 36 at dulles. we are going to be right in the
ballpark again tonight and you you can see already many places in the 40s and only the district in the low 50s and that is actually even colder than it was last night at 10:00. last stop tonight, 30ss to mid 40s and we're going to keep that chill rolling into the morning hours, that frost advisory will remain in effect through the morning hours tomorrow. bundle up, but a warming trend ahead on the seven day forecast. that's coming up a bit later. back to shawn and tony. another hollywood ex. the head of amazon studios that led him to resign today. speaking out, what nfl commissioner roger goodell is saying about today's meeting with owners and players with with players about the ongoing national anthem controversy. we'll tell you what, take a look at this h, some people get extra creepy and gruesome for halloween, but did a charles county family take it too far? the
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harassed a producer in 2015. the company put lieu price on leave. today he is out. i comes days after the harvey weinstein scandal broke. price repeatedly sexually harassed her in 2015. she was never made aware of the outcome but she never saw price at any more events. dozens of protestors gathered outside the nfl owners' meeting in new york city today. take a look. and the home of the brave. players, owners and union richts met to hold talks, the main issue players kneeling during the national anthem. nfl commissioner roger goodell says the meeting was productive and despite calls from president trump the league will not demand that the players stand. we did not ask for that. we spent today talking about the issues that our players have been trying to bring attention
to make our communities better. we just talked about how the owners could come alongside of us and we could collectively, create some change. both sides agreed to continue their discussions and work towards a positive solution. >> well, it is fall and that means leave blowers be be heard across the dmv. mary cheh wants to change that. several years ago the council woman proposed a bill that would phase out the gas powered leaf blowers. that would leave only electric and battery powered leaf blowers which produce less noise and pollution. as of now, it hasn't gained any momentum. it's not moving in the council because it's not in my committee and committee chairs, they deicide what moves. it hasn't been kind of light, but we're just at the beginn
and the leave blowers are out there in force i will be getting e-mail mails. there is a group called quiet clean d.c. it says just say no to gas blowers. we are two weeks away from halloween. plenty of people put up their decorations, but a display outside a house in large audience plate oh, maryland is raising a few eyebrows. did the homeowners go too far. lindsay watts shows us in a story you you will see only on fox5. and suddenly to my surprise, it's the holiday where people love to push the limits. but raising the ked can race the question, how far is too far? a woman in large audience plate oh was stopped in her tracks by this. i mean this is really rubbed me the wrong wayment i'm just sayingment i'm not really feeling this. i'm not. she posted a video on social media and contacted fox5. so we went to charles county for a closer look. it's not meant to offend anyone. nancy jones
her daughter and grandchildren, a family that obviously loves halloween. they're still in the process of decorating inside as well as out. jones says these were just hung up earlier in the week and so far no one has contacted her with complaints. anything you say to people driving by, see the bodies on the trees and say too much? >> when i first saw them i start ed laughing saying okay we're going big time now. don't be so up tight about everything people do. but you're entitled to your opinion. opinions ran the gambia the it for people we talked to. >> i don't think that's appropriate right there, not for my kids. people think it's funny, but certain people it scarce them. people aren't really decorating for holidays nirnl so i would like to he see more of it. of last halloween in woodbridge this had people complaining and just last month in tennessee this scene was so
life-like police had to tell passers by to stop calling 911. jones says her decorations aren't going anywhere and her daughter plans to add even more this week. i love it. i can't wait until she's done. >> we're following some breaking news right now. we want to take you live sky fox. you you can see the flames here of what appears to be some sort of a truck or a tanker on fire. in this is in anne arrundel we are told in the 8300 block of block bridge road. again, this is block bridge road. sky fox live over the scene. when you can see the flames that are shooting from what appears to be some sort of a truck or some sort of a big rig. again, we don't have any information of any injuries or how this fire started. we're still working to get more de tails. of as soon as we get that information we will keep you posted. stay with us, we'll bring you more after the break.
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arrundel right now. these are life images of sky fox high over the sceep of a fire. this is road, some sort of a dwelling- fire, possible trailers on fire you can see the fire there on the let, you can see a number of emergency vehicles around the scene. it is dark. i'm sure it makes it more difficult for firefighters to get in there to fight this fire. we're still working to get more information for you. no word on how this fire started or if there are any injuries. again, some are the some of a fire, some sort of a dwelling or a trailer on fire here in anne arrundel. we will bring you more det tails as they become available. we'll eye have more on that coming up throughout our newscast this evening. right now i want to let you you know that fox5 news at 10679. 30eus coming up next some big news coming.
straight ahead at 1067. thirty sitting down with the top cop. steve stew within ski about fighting crime and the department's investigation into the force. the feds taking action on the opioid academic. how law enforcement cracked down on some drugs shipped in from oversees. first, hi, sue. if the kids were cold at the bus stop this moarng they'll be just as cold tomorrow morning as well . thirty-seven to 47 before school. after school a nice rebounded will be pushing back to 730-degrees. full forecast coming up. the news at ten:30 is next. t.
30, serving and protecting prince george's county. our marina maracco sits down with the county's police chief to talk everything from fighting violent crime to the doj's investigation into the force. then battling the opioid epidemic by taking aim at distribute distributors. the major bust made by the feds to slow the drugs from overseesment the president's third travel ban blocked hours before it was set to take effect. we'll break down the judge's ruling. your 150:30 starts now. off the top at ten. thirty breaking news from silver springs. crews rush ing to the scene of an apartment billing fire. still no word on what caused the fire ment it started at 9:00. it paramedics were treating some people that were injured at the scene. we don't know the extent of the injuries nor do we know know how the fire started. a. a grandeur i returning
indictment against sean your ban ski, he allegely stabbed richard collins to death back in may just days before collins was set to graduate from koanl. your ban ski who was white was also a member of a racist facebook group. reports started circulation this afternoon that there was an active of shooter on howard university. police got there pretty quick limit they evacuated a few buildings and conduct thed a searchment it turns out the initial report was wrong. police say if someone did file a report, he or she will face charges. new tonight, prince george's county police chief is talking to fox5 about his department and the challenges it now faces. marina maracco is live in the news room with that story. >>reporter: just this month chief hang stew within ski has served on the prince george's county police department. it's not just
almost all he knows. his father once also an officer in the very county where stew within ski was born. i appreciate you being out herement like all jurisdictions the job comes with crime. a spait of violent over the summer had the community feerk there was a spike in violence, a notion the chief is quick to dispel. we saw robber ies go up. in july, 12 homicides hamming in 11 days. i think we need to take measured and temporary action that will quell this dynamic. so he we did that for ten days and the result, as i stand here today is that violent crime in this county today is down 5 percent over last year. for ten days across the yowrnghts the men and women of the prince george's county police department work 12 -hour shifts. as of today, homicides in the county are also down. there have been 67 homicides in 2017, seven less than last year. the
saw swarms of atvs. roughly a hundred illegal dirt bikes were seen driving through national harbor with atvs at times seen on the sidewalks. as a response , the department roled out bear queued a stop sticks, a device which causes tire deflation at a controlled rate. they're deliberately endangering the public. we're not going to participate in that. there's a no chase policy in the county, correct. >> i've modified the chase policy, but it will not apply to these. if there is a violent crime, if someone has been harmed, if we have reason to believe that that poses a threat . we wip apprehend them. their relationship with the chief is \professional\provisionalment i try very hard to work together and when we aren't able to work together take that for what it is and try to keep that out of the lime light. what has not been kept out of the limelight are the allegations of discrimination against
department's hispanic and african-american officers. i want to know what the complaints arement i'm not so much interested in who the complainants are as people. this month the chief announced his department was under investigation. chief sue within ski addressed several photos under investigation including one of a locker where color was crossed off color guard and made to read african-american along with a picture believed to precede stew within ski's tenor where a dummy had a black face painted on and an afro wig at its feet. and officers' personal. which reads go obama when these concerns came up i didn't wait to act. i didn't wait l until the department of justice said we're going to come in and look at things i said let's doing these concrete things to begin to figure out what the real facts are and then if those facts lead us to a place where we need
change, we'll make change. and the prince george's county police union rrks fop89 says they, too, have not seen the doj complaint, which is reportedly 300 pages long. the department says more than half of its sworn officers are either black or hispanic. governor larry hogan may have spilled the beans about his plans to run for reelection let's take a look at one of the videoses \he\e posted to is. each video ended with the phrase to be continued. as you can imagine it has raised all kinds of questions about if he will or won't be running for reelection so we caught up with the govern or to find out. it's to be continued because i think we still have 380 days left in the first term. we're not ready to make any kind of announcement, but it seems like the majority of the state are happy with the direction we're heading. there are several democratses trying to unseat hogan including prince george's county
rushern baker and former nacp leader been gel isment a judge in high what i has blked. the most recent restriction were against six muslim majority countries as well as north korea and vens wail large audience. the ruling only applies to the six muslim countries on the list . it doesn't affect the restrictions against venezuea because they did not ask for thatment the justice department will quickly file an appeal. the united states and south korea are once again conducting joint military exercises. this latest round comes days after north korea once again renewed its threat to fire missiles against the u territory against guam. they told the disarmies committee that the situation on the korean pence instance large
that nuclear war could break out at any point. president trump lost his nominee but he gained some ground on the opioids. >>reporter: president trump is looking for a new drug disarks his nominee forth post, pennsylvania congressman tom marino withdrew from consideration after being criticized for accepting million s of dollars from the pharmaceutical industry while pushing legislation that made it more difficult to free ibuprofen idea shipments. marine marino wanted to avoid the appearance of conflict of interest. the president is committed to the fight against the opioid em epidemic. he's going to make sure he has all the right players in place to help combat an epidemic. meanwhile at the justice dwept. >> these cases reflect a new and
indictments unvailed against two major chinese drug traffickers. they're charged withic maaing fentanyl, a highly adickive opioid and selling it to americans over the internet. deputy attorney rod rosenstein says they're the first indictments of their kind and more are coming. but they'll need the help of chinese authorities to help stem the tied of fentanyl deaths in the u s. if tens of thousands of chinese nationals were dying as a result poison shipped from the united states we'd be very pro act i and so we're hoping to get the same kind of response from them. back in august the president said he would declare the epidemic a national health emergency. while he is yet to did so there is word from the bhiet house that it could come as early as next week. >> this evening president trump gave a wide-ranging speech before the heritage foundation. he covered a number of topics including \tax\tacks reform. he says his tax plan is once in
generation opportunity to revitalize the economy, businesses and the american dream. you you understand that lower taxes mean bigger paychecks, more jobs and stronger growth. at the heart of our plan is a tax cut for everyday working americans. the first $12,000. the president's tax plan will reduce the corporate rate from 35 to 20 percent. reduce a number of tax brackets and double the standard deduction. critics warn the president's tax plan will balloon the federal budget deficit. a worker shortage at the department of vept rans affairs. unions representing federal workers nationwide are protesting job vacancies in the department's health system. the v.a. acknowledges the shrt age and says they're willing to. health staff positions have ballooned to unsustainable solutions and don't
for new hires. v.a. has added so many employees that they've nearly doubled their staff since the beginning of the war on terror. you you have not seen the equivalent growth in the veteran patient population at the v.a. union workers at the v.a. are supporting a bill sponsored by bernie sanders to fill the vai cans he is. what we're learning about a data breep that is impacting pizza hut customers. why did the company wait two weeks to reveal the issue? we'll tell t you. hey, jim, sarah. what a beautiful fall day we had. a chilly start and another chilly start tomorrow. we see temperatures starting to bounce back just bit. today we topped out at 64 ran tomorrow we'll be closer to 730 and by thursday we jump back to 73. we add a degree on saturday as well as saturday. we're back into the
mid 70s by the end of the week. we could also use some rain. i'll tell you when the next time getting some helpful rain is. a major milestone for the do you, the index crossing 23,000 for the first time ever on tuesday before closing oh so shy of that level but still good enough for an all-time high. investors encouraged by optimism from home builders. microsoft cofounder with bill gates once again topping force 100 list of the richest americans. he's worth 89 billion-dollar. and it could be a slow start to the holiday shopping season. the con suit ing season says that half americans are less likely to shop on black friday this year. big crowds and the ability to find bargains year round are one of the big reasons why. your phone or
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to build its popularity with younger users. the social media giant announced the purchase of an afon must called to be honest . tbh already has 5 million users who have sent more than a bill messages. a facebook offerings expects the app to continue to expand and build positive experiences with facebook's researchers. facebook has to find a way to get to a younger crowd because everybody's parents are getting on facebook and ruining it. it's been around for a while. when i do a facebook live and my mom chimes, high, hon, how was your day? binge watching gets competitive. netflix says our binge watching is getting even more extreme. we'll explain how habits are changing, next.
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doubt bit. weather wise content is all about the cold air that he we have tonight, chilly. it's not brutally cold, but it is october cold and rung a few degrees blow average and that's why we're up for another frost advisory again tonight. maybe a little extra time will be needed to do some scraping of the windshield if you had to do that this morning. likely you do it again tomorrow morning. i'm not sure if we do this again tomorrow night. the frost advisory is a lot of places. we bounce back tomorrow afternoon. we'll be closer to 730-degrees tomorrow afternoon and that ill with be the beginning of a very nice warming trend, a slight warming trend. we'll climb to the upper 70s by the time we get to the weekend. we can use some raib. we don't have much in the forecast until early next week. monday night into tuesday. late monday into tuesday and possibly wednesday there may be some
significant rain heading our way with a strong front that will drop us back into more october chill. here's where we're looking at the frost advisories tonight. these really are expansive. including the district and prince george's county to charles and st. mary's county to mid 30s. in the city centers you're probably not going to get that cold. if you live near water you you notice the west side of the bay is not in that advisory. everybody else is, shenandoah you've got a freeze warning. temperatures there may drop to 32-degrees and that may end your growing season . if you want to protect your plants you you need to bring them in or cover them up. forty-one for winchester, 40 in culpeper. i don't see anyone in the 30s yet. but it probably won't that he too much longer. interestingly we're even cooler than we were last night. we're running some four to as many asinine degrees cooler. i do think we'll be pretty much in the same territory, maybe a degree or two
spots. we keep our run of cool nights going, but tomorrow night won't be quite as cool as tonight will be. we'll drop to 45 in the district. 350 tomorrow night in the district. 51-degrees on thursday night and suburbs will also start to climb out of the mid 30s and closer to the upper 30s and bottom line it is still a chilly start for us tomorrow. we bounce back so nicely in the afternoon. a mild afternoon, and the plen ticketed event of sunshine just like today. we warm it up by about tomorrow morning, 47 greece. that's definitely worthy of the heavier jacket. by noon you're sure not going to need too many of the layers. itself arrested on an outstanding 636-degrees by 12 and 68 by 5:00ment it loose like both places will be close to 70. i wanted to show you how much of the country is without rain at this point. florida is getting some. pacific northwest and southern california. the rest of the country pretty quiet and we keep thatting whying for
the next 36 to 48 hours with the exception of kind of the corners around the country. our futurecast keeping the east coast very dry indeed and on your fox5 accuweather sthf as we head for a mild weekend it's till dry, but it looks like that could change early next week. monday we think a stronger frontal boundary will approach at night. it should spread some showers in here and maybe some helpful and some substantial rain on tuesday with a temperature of 70. after that we see temperatures starting to drop again. typical late october. that is for sure. >> thank you, sue. coming up next is fox5 news at 11. here is shawn and tony. coming up next at 11 we're updating breaking news out of silver silver springs. tens of thousands of dollars were stolen in quarters. a local business owner says this man is to blame tonight we're getting details on the one-man crime spreevment a story you'll see only on fox5. a viewer contacted us
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