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in march. black then allegedly committed sexual acts without the victim's consent and then in september another woman came forward basically with the same report. she told detectives she met black in december of 2016. she also met him at his home in this neighborhood and they had consensual sex. she said it was after that cons
they know that they say he is -- that those alleged acts were consensual. so, they stand by his innocence. we'll have more details tonight from police hopefully in a live report at 6 o'clock. for now we're live in rockville, cori coffin fox5 local news. >> new tonight a girl scout troop leader from howard county is you under arrest on child pornography charges. the police investigation into 45-year-old stacy mizrahi of ellicott city began in august a investigator its found multiple images on his computer. he's charged with possession and distribution of child pornography. state police investigators are asking anyone who may have information about the case to give them a call. >> this is a dangerous individual. this person shot six people in one day. >> saw three spanish guys running back behind the building, they
i could tell something wasn't right and i asked if they needed help and they said call 911. someone is shooting next door. >> he seems in this incident to have targeted his workplace. >> we have identified the suspect in this case as radee labeeb prince. >> chaos. >> we're a small business and we knew intimately our. >> the suspect was taken into custody after a brief foot chase. when he saw they had spotted him he took off running through the gun -- threw the gun. >> i'm still trying to make it. i live right next door to a killer. how do you -- how do you -- how do you fathom. >> who committed one of the most heinous acts we've ever seen in our county. >> the man accused of shooting and
hartford county was in a delaware court for his arraignment. radee prince is the man accused of killing three people and injuring two others before driving to delaware and shooting another at a used car lot. we're learning more about him. according to court records he has a lengthy criminal past and was fired earlier for punching a colleague. he is a 15 time. the foremost recent ones for failure to pay rent. in 2005 he was charged with 15 counts of burglary and this past february he was charged with disturbing the peace for that incident involving a fellow colleague that he punched. fox5's kristyn leon live at the business where it happened. she has the latest on the investigation. any word on a motive here yet? >> reporter: right now police are still working on a motive in this senseless tragedy but what we can tell you is that they are reviewing evidence at this time gathered from the scene
know that prince showed up yesterday to work with a gun in hand and gathered the employees behind those closed doors together, all before he opened fire. now, as you mentioned there, prince is -- prince allegedly rather, he shot and killed three people inside that store and also injured two others before taking off to wilmington, delaware, where he pulled up to a used car sales lot and shot a man there. and he was eventually caught and arrested nearly 12 hours later in wilmington, delaware n-a joint effort with local, federal and state law enforcement agencies. right now his bail in wilmington is set at $2.1 million and we're told once he is extradited to maryland right here in hartford county, that he faces a laundry list of charges including first and second degree murder and attempted first and second degree murder. >> our states attorneys will be talking to their attorney general up there about what's going to happen and whether or not he fights extradition or
not. if he fights it we'll have to go down a different road to get him brought back to maryland. but if he doesn't he'll be brought back down to maryland here. we're still working to complete and bring our investigation to a completion and to make sure that all the t's are crossed and all the i's are dotted. >> reporter: now, you see right there there's still clearly a memorial set up a makeshift memorial right in front of advanced granite solutions and earlier today there was a press conference held in front of the granite store there on asking the public to get involved in making donations to the vic their families. we have a link on our web site fox5 com if you would like to help these families out. stay with us on the very latest on this developing store out of hartford county. for now in hartford county kristyn leon fox5 local news. >> the man accused of stabbing a college student to death on board a metro train pled guilty in court today. jasper spires adtt
the two rode a rhode island station. sutherland was stabbed more than 30 time. spires is due to be sentenced in january. should people be arrested for not paying to ride metro? it's the subject of a bill that's up for web date with the d.c. city council and it has a lot of you talking on social media. right now metro's police chief says an arrest happens only if a person has an outstanding warrant or refuses to cooperate with an officer. fox5's matt ackland is live at the wilson building with the very latest. matt. >> hi, sarah. metro is so against this legislation that today before the meeting they passed out these fliers bust basically setting the record straight, fact and myth here. the chief of police says that 92 percent of those who are approached for fare evasion simply get a ticket and he believes that it's actually led
in the amount of crime on metro, but many others out there believe that no one should be arrested for fare evasion. >> holding him against his will. >> reporter: it was this video fox5 was first to show you at the congress heights metro stop of a man holding his child that sparked this legislation. police say it was more than fare evasion that led to this, days, metro officers arrested 11 people for open warrants and recovered two illegal weapons. also, he talked about this stop in that september. >> following our procedures the officer identified the man and ran a wanted check. moments later the dispatcher advised the subject was wanted on outstan
>> we're not talking about the candidates. we're talking about these polls that almost every day seem to disagree with each other. we'll drill into that coming up. sarah. >> and a first look at proto types of president trump's border wall already going up. find out where they are on display. hey, sue. >> hey there. did you see that tom had the guns out today. >> he did . >> [laughter] >> no jacket. it's nice and mild out there. temperatures have rebounded into the low 70's. it is a phenomenonly beautiful thursday afternoon. can we keep this going as we head on into the work week, the inbound of the work week and the weekend. i'll have your forecast. it's coming up. fox5 local news at 5:00 will be right back. >> ♪
>> ♪ >> tonight the race for virginia governor is in a dead heat or the republican republican isslightly ahead. different polls are coming up with different results on the race between ed glitz pea and ralph northam. there's a lot of people out there who say don't trust the polls. >> reporter: well, you know, do you blame them after what we've seen for the last couple of years? and this
kind of thing we've been looking at. these are three polls that just came out in the last two days, all right. here's christopher newport university. they've got ralph northam at 48 percent, they've got ed gillespie 44 percent. but look at this. you go up to the monmouth university poll, they've got northam down at 48 to gillespie's 47, one point difference and gillespie is ahead. don't take solace in one republicans. here's quinnipiac university. they've got ralph northam at 53 percent, ed gillespie down at 39 percent. that is a 14-point difference in this race. now, the question is this. after all of these polls all over the place, where are voters in virginia exactly when it comes to believing these things? well, we found out today they're not
with it. >> polls are just -- they're not good sources of information for me. yeah, especially after what happened with this election, yeah. everybody thought hillary was going to win. >> reporter: do you look at them more cynically now than you 82 y used to. >> i do. >> reporter: do you believe polls any more. >> i think a lot of them are filled with some type of corruption. >> reporter: all right, so, the issue is this. you know, a lot has been made about what effect president trump will or will not have in this race. people speculating that it will help the democrats because democrats are angry with him or that republicans will flock to his side. that's been spouted a lot lately, though. we will tell you not everybody is on board. we went over to virginia tech's ann kadamian. she said when she views the purpleness of the virginia political state right now, that democrats think they are going to win this race just based on unpopularity of donald trump, they may be in for a rude surprise come november. >> i think you can put too much weight on it. donald trump right now is showing some impact in drawing
de negative way but there's also going to be some -- there's some evidence that he's pulling also people in on the republican side but not in huge margins. >> reporter: so, it could be a wash. >> it could be a wash. >> reporter: it could be a wash. or it could not. we'll find out in three weeks. this much we do know. this is going to be a very big night tonight for ralph northam. the democrat will be hosting former president barack obama who is coming out of his sort of political retirement to campaign with northam tonight in richmond. for now we're live in
>> wow. >> that doesn't happen very often, does it, guys? >> no. we're pretty lucky to have this weather right now. >> we are on a roll, no doubt about it sarah, jim. we have needed a nice run of beautiful fall days and we're getting them now with those cool crisp mornings and gorgeous afternoons and we are going to keep this going through the weekend although it will be getting rather warm as we head on into the weekend with upper 70's in the forecast. at this hour, we're still in the low 70's and i don't think we've gotten much higher than 71 here in the district but that's a different story you get out to the suburbs and there are a lot of mid 70's. it's 76 degrees right now in culpeper, manassas is 74, fredericksburg 75 degrees. 70 at annapolis and it's 75 up toward frederick so gorgeous afternoon and this is actually trending a little warmer than we were yesterday at 5 o'clock. anywhere from two to
6 degrees warmer. enjoy it. we'll add a few more degrees to that tomorrow afternoon so friday afternoon after work happy hour all looking phenomenal. here's what you can expect this evening. our temperature at 7 o'clock drops to about 66. sun goes down before 6:30 so about 45 degrees in the coolest spots to about 55 degrees here. so, we'll take chilly thousand forked and just call it cool. bus stop forecast tomorrow morning about 46 to 56 degrees, tons
after school. it looks like we'll recover right up to about 69 to 74 degrees for a beautiful friday afternoon. if you're thinking about making this weekend a leaf peeping weekend i tell you candace has a great picture. peekaboo of the color in west virginia coming on strong now and definitely looks like it is almost heaven out there as she says in her tweet. we'll have a much more on the weekend forecast in your seven-day. big changes next week that involve rain and cooler temperatures, more on that coming up a little bit later. jim and sarah. >> thank you sue. >> every fan bases their fair share of obnoxious fans. the reputation of fans in philly has one player telling his family to stay home. >> chris thompson says that he's heard -- the floridaers have heard the reputation of philadelphia fans and he's telling his family to stay home, don't go to philly for monday night's game. we'll hear from him coming up. >> if you have a story idea call the fox5 tip line at (202) 895-3000 or e-mail your tips to fox5 tips at
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>> ♪ >> get ready. big monday night match changeup tweens the redskins and eagles. no matter who is playing it's always contentious when you have philadelphia plans involved. >> now one redskins player says he doesn't want his family there. brody here with more on this. they have a reputation for sure. >> they do have a reputation but rarely do you see players come out and say how much it affects them. he says the reputation is they've been told don't bring your families to philadelphia. >> really? >> it's pretty crazy. every fan base has their share of terrible fans but philadelphia fans have a reputation of being worse than most. they threw snowballs at santa claus. they're known for starting fights and throwing things at opposing fans. their reputation has led redskins fans and players to tell their families not to attend
eagles including running back chris thompson. he said my family will be here this week and they were like i want to come to the philly game. i said absolutely not. you're going have to wait until dallas comes around because my step dad he's a big guy and if he starts fighting it will be real bad out there. i was told that right away my rookie year keep your family away talking about philadelphia. today he clarified those comments. >> and for me it's all fun and games, man. i don't -- you know, i'm not going to go at some people that i don't know or make it even a story. there's no point of making a story about anything, so i wasn't out to do that and, you know, i'm excited about going there and playing. i'm excited to go to every -- every away facility. it's fun. it's fun for me and, you know, i'm just out here playing football so i'm not trying to, you know, talk down on anybody else or make any stories or whatever. >> so, your family and your friends who want to go, you're going to tell them to go. >> no, i told them they're not going.
but i told them they're not going. now thompson is experiencing a breakout season. yet his family won't be traveling to see him play on monday night because with the reputation of abuse from philadelphia fans. now, you all reached out on social media with your own philadelphia fan stories. jeff esquire said i was 12 and eagles fans threw beer on my mom at fed ex field. at fed ex field. we weren't even in philly. duchess says she's i've been there twice and seen multiple fights brake out all over. their fans all over. now, personally i think jerk fans, that's a part of home field advantage. if you're able to stop opposing fans from traveling to your games that helps your fans to pack the stadium but physical abuse throwing of beer cans and the like that's going too far. it's sad that players don't feel safe to have their families attend the
this seemed like it caught a lot of fire and now chris thompson is backing down a bit but he's saying no, my family is not going to this game. >> they used to have a jail in the stadium, they had a court fans that would get arrested at eagles games would go right to court in the stadium. >> judge jury and you're put in lockup. >> make it easy. scream line it. >> thank you brody. >> coming up. following the story of a car crash, two people dead in montgomery county. we'll have more on that investigation coming up. >> plus, a father convicted of killing his four month old and burying him in a shallow grave a sentenced how long he'll spend behind bars. >> reporter: chief of staff john kelly took the podium at today's briefing talking about what he told the president to say to that gold star wife. it was unforgettable coming up next. >> ♪ next. >> ♪♪
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>> ♪ >> this is fox5 local news at 5:00. >> here's a look at our headlines. we know the names of the two people killed in a fatal car crash in montgomery county. the victims are identified as 30-year-old kent brooks of bethesda and 33-year-old kathleen french of potomac. the crash happened just after 10:30 last night on democracy boulevard in potomac. police say the car left the roadway and crashed into a tree. the accident still under investigation. a prince george's county man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison in the death of his infant son. antoine petty pleaded guilty to beating his two month old baby to death. prosecutors cited a long list of encounters petty had with child protective services. his wife helped bury the body. janice was
involuntary manslaughter. >> the county liquor board official m pleaded guilty in prince george's county. he was a commissioner on the liquor board from 2005 to 2014. prosecutors say he facilitated and solicited bribes from officials. he'll be sentenced in january. >> a phone call president trump made to a gold star wife where he allegedly told her that her husband knew what he signed up for. >> tied to that has been president trump's decision to invoke his chief of staff's experience when he lost his own son in afghanistan. fox5 political reporter ronica cleary live on more on how general kelly weighed in on the controversy. ronica. >> reporter: thanks, jim and sarah. today's briefing it began right on time. the press secretary she just made a short set of remarks and she quickly passed the briefing over
staff john kelly. she said that he would be the most appropriate person to speak about all of the reports that have come out this week. now, when the chief of staff took the podium, he spoke about the experience that he had when he lost his son in afghanistan. he said the most important calls that he received were the calls from his friends buddies, some of whom were still in the field, still deployed after his son was killed. he said that he didn't receive a call from president obama but that wasn't necessarily a criticism of president obama. in fact, when he had a conversation with president trump about whether or not to call gold star families, he initially told him not to make the calls because these are so difficult to make. but when the decision was made that president trump would make these calls, he gave him some advice that he got from a friend. take a listen. >> let me tell you what my best friend joe dunford told me 'cause he was my casualty officer.
exactly what he wanted to do when he was killed. he knew what he was getting into by joining the -- that 1 percent. he knew what the possibilities were because we're at war. and when he died, and the four cases we're talking about in niger, my son's case in afghanistan when he died he was surrounded by the best men on this earth, his friends. that's what the president tried to say. >> reporter: general kelly went on to say that the decision made by congresswoman wilson to speak about that call that president trump made to that gold star wife, he called it "selfish. ." he said that he was stunned and heartbroken when he heard the reports. w,
take a few questions today from reporters and he wanted only questions from those reporter who's were personally connected to a gold star family. now, most of the questions they focused on the details of the soldiers killed in niger. now, general kelly said that there is an investigation under way. reporting live in northeast, ronica cleary, fox5 local news. >> the president met with puerto rico's governor and the administrator of fema top to continue to work on recovery. the power grid still not restored. as many as 3 million people still without electricity and running water. the president gave himself high marks on the federal response so far. >> i don't know if it's record numbers but it's got to be pretty close, record numbers of generators, so that we have electric in the most important locations and step by step bringing it back but you can't really bring electric back until you rebuild a power plant. >> we recognize that a lot of business has been done but a lot has still -- has to be done.
this meetings that we're going have we're going to talk about the immediate needs for puerto rico, what we need to do to get out of the life sustaining phase what we need to do to stabilize puerto rico. >> getting federal contracts set in place before the u.s. army corps of engineers can get the power back up and running. it was one of the most gruesome crimes this area has ever seen. >> three members of the family and their housekeeper held captive before they were murdered one arrest was made. fox5 set up to look at those 19 hours in the days and weeks before and after the murders. we're laying it out in the for true crimes podcast many of you are talking about tonight. up next sara frazier here to talk about the latest episode of the mansion murders. >> reports of a mysterious illness and affecting americans who traveled to cuba. >> sue. >> we've had a
continuing into the weekend. we have a lot of people coming into town for this, the marine corps marathon will be running on sunday. wanted to give you an idea that it's probably a little bit on the warm side for the runners early in the morning at 57 degrees. no rain expect ted though. about noon temperatures should be about 70. more on that weekend forecast and our changes for next week coming up in a few minutes with the seven-day forecast. we'll be right back. >> ♪ >> ♪♪
ed gillespie would put the government in charge of a woman's personal decisions, not women and their doctors. as governor, ed gillespie says, i would like to see abortion be banned. if ed gillespie would like to see abortion banned, i would like to see i would like to see i would like to see that ed gillespie never becomes governor. >> ♪ >> police and demonstrators descended on the university of florida in gainsville. >> who are you screaming at? what are you trying to achieve by this. >> white nationalist richard spencer delivered a speech
there today. university officials have said the school is publically funded so spencer must be allowed to speak. hecklers chanted through the presenttation forcing him to speak over them. >> harvard university is taking back a prestigious honor awarded to harvey weinstein. the school is rescinding a medal it presented him in 2014 for contributions to african-american culture. the news comes in light of several allegations of sexual misconduct made against the movie mogul. school officials say they stand with the women who have courageously come forward to share their stories. >> mgm released a new ad following the deadly mass shooting now 18 days
the 30 second spot called together we shine debuted during opening night of the 2017-2018 nba season but it's drawing criticism on social media. some find it to be a reminder of the strength and resilience of las vegas and it's people other see it's a brand capitalizing on a grave tragedy. >> all right. let's check in with sue now get the latest on our weather out there. it's just beautiful out. >> spectacular, right? got to give it five stars and tomorrow as well. if you like it a little bit warmer this is your weekend. >> all right. >> without the humidity it's going to be just delightful, a beautiful stretch of days ahead and some changes next week which we will get into in just a moment and we're looking live out across the waterfront there on a beautiful day. noticed in ronica's picture that the sky looked so blue as she was down in southeast tonight and it looks like this evening will be delightful. we're not going to be as cold as we were last night. each night we've taken a little bit of the edge off the cold. tonight in the mid 40's to mid-50's. that's definitely cold
frosty and not as chilly as last night its an awesome finish to the work week. it looks like temperatures are going to head for the upper 70's. today i believe we topped out at 71 in the district but it was a little bit warmer to our west and south. so, what are those changes i keep talking about for next week? it looks like it will begin on tuesday as a cool front approaches, maybe a chance of showers tuesday, better chance wednesday. everything is taking a little bit longer and that will be badly needed rain and then we'll bring in a cool snap that will bring us toward the middle and latter part of next week. but in the short term the next four days are all on the warm side and well above average which is 67 degrees. tomorrow 75. saturday 77. sunday 77. and monday even monday looking quite warm around here, 76 degrees. and we know that the redskins are going to be playing some football up in philadelphia. hopefully i'll get to that forecast for you. we have that ready to go. a check of temperatures right now, though, at 5 o'clo,
71 in the district but you can see manassas at 74, frederick, you're 75. fredericksburg coming in at 72 degrees. and again, not as cold tonight but definitely jacket worthy in the morning for the kids at the bus stop. 46 in the suburbs to about 55 degrees. so, very little rain on the east coast and we have a little bit down toward the houston area. we have a little bit of shower activity through the southwest. more important storm up through the and and we're going to be watching that one come toward us. that will be kind of the game changer for us for next week. but for the short term, nothing is getting through this thing its a ridge of high pressure an atmospheric block and we call it the two sided high because we'll be on the cool side of it in the morning and on the mild side of it tomorrow afternoon. so, very comfortable day ahead. but again, a cool start and as we head on into the weekend we'll see that high pressure slipping off the coast which warms us up even more. your planner for friday, 8:00 a.m. temperature in the district 56 degrees, lots of sunshine. we're mild at the n
69 degrees and by 5 o'clock, about 73 degrees coming down from a high of we think what will be closer to the mid 70's tomorrow. 75 for the district, quantico 76, leonardtown 73, hagerstown i think you'll come in about 73 degrees and maybe as warm as 77 in places like culpeper and get used to that number because as the weekend gets closer and our high pressure starts to shift off the east coast, we get even more south and southwest breezes a few more clouds maybe on sunday but it is going to be mild and again for the runners at the marathon, we think that could be closer to 57 degrees for you at 8:00 in the morning on sunday. saturday's temperature 77. we're going to keep sunday just a little bit cloudier and then we do think that a rainy system will approach slowly and bring in a chill for later next week. so, your fox5 accuweather 7-day forecast, not only do we have four warm days coming, redskins at philadelphia, i think the kickoff temperature about 70 degrees on monday night at
of mild for football. tuesday chance of showers late in the day. everything is getting held back because high pressure is going to be able to block that system for awhile. wednesday 67. and by the time we get thursday, it looks like we'll be down to 63 degrees and let hope we get some helpful rain because we are way too dry in this area. but no rain interrupting your plans for the next four, maybe five days. all right, that's your seven-day forecast. i'll send it back over to jim and sarah now. >> ♪ >> we're here in hyattsville, maryland, not far from where samantha wint lives but it's the same location where police found the burnt out porsche the afternoon the savopoulos family and their maid was murdered. episode three is about samantha wint. for the first time you're hearing from a wint family member. >> that's right. for the first time, this is a big deal, it's part of a brand new episode of fox5's true crime podcast the mansion
exploring one of d.c.'s most gripping recent crimes, the torture and murders of the savopoulos family and their housekeeper in northwest d.c. back in 2015. >> in episode three the sister of suspect darrun wint speaks publically for the first time ever with host sara frazier. this was a pretty big get. why haven't we heard from her yet. >> well, i think it was about timing. you know, you all mentioned this happened in 2015. so, it's been over two years and we had many phone conversations with samantha kind of leading up to actually having this interview and you guys know this, i think it comes down to trust. >> sure, absolutely. >> she really wanted her side of the story to be told. she said from the get go that darrun was portrayed in one light when he was arrested and she really wanted to tell the family side and what he was like growing up so i think it was really the right time and she felt like she needed to say something. >> i know we have a portion of that interview we want to show
>> darrun is awesome. i can't say kid. he's a grown man. but i know he's an awesome person. he loves kids. he's very funny. he likes to crack jokes and stuff. i mean, you would sit and he would, ooh, sweep you off your foot because of the kind of person he is. >> so, that was just a portion there of course of the podcast. you know, you've been getting a lot of reaction about this on social media, too. >> yeah. >> and some people saying they don't believe what she says and some people that do. what's your take away from this? >> yeah, this episode far and away has been the most discussed on our facebook page. we have the mansion murder facebook group and then on our public fox5 page and, yeah, there's a lot of debate. a lot of people feel like she was very forthcoming but also very coy at the same time. you're going to hear a lot. darrun has a 16-year-old daughter, you know, you find out more about what he was like, what his relationship was like with
savopoulos. you know, so she talks a lot about all those details and we ask her everything. you know, does it really make sense that the porsche was torched and burnt less than a quarter of a mile from her house, you know? so, she answers all those questions but, yeah, there's a lot of debate about how believeable people thought she was. >> i think when we cover stories like this and you always -- you'll speak to family members, people who knew the suspects. >> right. >> and they say, well, we never -- he never acted like this, he was had a nice person. i guess maybe some people are viewing it through that prism. it's his sister. >> it is right. you have to take that into account. they were very close coming up. she's older, he's younger. she really is the one that kind of took care of him in a lot of ways. he came to her house and stayed at various points. so, you know, the whole thing as you guys is so tragic for everybody involved and she -- samantha tells
wrenching story the night that they found out that darrun was the suspect and later arrested and it's really heartbreaking. so, yeah, this is a big moment for this podcast series. >> all right. and well thank you. just a reminder by the way to listen to episode three, go to itunes or the podcast app on your iphone and search for the mansion murders and subscribe to it. we will launch a new episode every wednesday with extra behind the scenes videos on our web site, fox5d.c.com. just click on podcast. that web page will also have all of the old stories related to the case. we also set up a special facebook group connected to the fox5 d.c. facebook page as well. >> and you can get more updates on the series in the case. we said iphone but obviously android users can use google play. >> thanks for seeing you. >> you too. >> a registered sex offender behind bars again. what he was doing posting ads on craigslist. tisha. >> reporter: it shows this
>> ♪ >> welcome back. new details emerging about the registered sex offender accused of luring women to an officers building through a craigslist job ad. >> it isn't the first time he's used an online site to attract potential victims. tisha lewis joins us from rockville with the story. >> reporter: sarah and jim, montgomery county court records that we obtained though show that imtiaz rauf worked as a photographer advertising on line and reportedly took pictures, nude pictures of adults and teenagers and he
had sex with both. that's according to these court records that fox5 obtained. now, this was detailed again in court records related to his charge and conviction sexual solicitation of law enforcement agent posing as a 16-year-old girl. now, in that case back in 2011 he was sentenced to 10 years, most of the time was suspended. he was then placed on probation which he violated by failing to successfully complete a sex offender treatment program. the instructor described him as a liar and an expert manipulated. now this in fairfax county he's accused of sexually abusing three women on three separate occasions inside this office building in reston. police say the women were responding to a job ad rauf posted for an administrative assistant. the first incident happened in september and we now know the dates of the additional two. >> dates of the other two offenses
june 2017 same scenario placing a ad on craigslist women respond thinking they're interviewing for a job and that's not the case. take a look at his face. take a look at the address 12,005 sunrise valley drive and if you recognize the ad or think you have had contact with him give us a call and we want to find out how many cases we really have. >> reporter: we're told that rauf posted multiple job ads and police believe that there could be several more victims. many victims who just may be tool scared to come forward. he's currently being held at the adult detention center in fairfax county without bond and again, it's important to note that based on these court records he has a long history of sexual violence. tisha lewis, fox5 local news. >> ♪ >> coming up the state department issuing a travel warning for americans heading to cuba. >> the mysterious officials
tourists while in the country. that's coming up next. >> ♪ vo: john adams' prescription for health care would be a disaster for virginia families. adams supports letting insurance companies deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. seniors would be charged thousands more. 685,000 virginians would lose their health care. and adams is against medicaid expansion - denying coverage to thousands of veterans, children and the disabled. john adams: higher costs, less coverage, hurting virginians. mark: i'm mark herring, candidate for attorney general, and i sponsored this ad.
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comes governor. >> more concerns tonight that u.s. tourists are being targeted in cuba for outbreaks similar to u.s. diplomatic illnesses. >> a growing number of tourists are saying they're coming down with serious unexplainable illnesses. while they're not blaming cuba the state department is issuing travel warnings prompting many to reconsider or cancel their plans to visit the island. >> border wall proto types. these were built near port of entry in san diego. all eight proto types standing between 18 and 30 feet high and according to the c.v. p web site they're designed to "deter illegal crossings in the area" one of the president's top campaign promises was to build that wall to fight illegal immigration. the border which stretches across four states already has 600 miles of
including fences and walls but no word on how that will all be paid for. >> tony and shawn standing by for your newscast at 6:00. >> lots going on tonight. they have it for you starting right now. >> ♪ >> this is fox5 local news at 6:00. >> ♪ >> back on the campaign trail. president obama is stumping for virginia gubernatorial candidate ralph northam. how the democrat hopes to cash in on the former president's popularity. then, captured. the man accused in the hartford county maryland shooting spree was in court today. why investigators believe the attack was premeditated. then tinder trouble. two women claim they were sexually assaulted by a man they met on the popular dating app. the news at 6:00 starts right now. >> and we begin tonight with that tinder trouble. the popular dating app is at the center of a sexual assault case. >> police are investigating reports from a few different women saying they were sexually assaulted by the same man who they met using the dating a tinder.
fox5's cori coffin is live in rockville with this story. cori. we're here at the neighborhood off clemson court where this allegedly happened. now, this is where montgomery county police say these women would meet colin black at his home inside this neighborhood here. now, according to detectives with the special victims investigation division, in march, a woman met 33-year-old black on the dating app tinder and had consensual sex with him at his home here. plaque then allegedly committed sexual acts without the victim's consent after that and then in september another woman came forward. she told investigators she had consensual sex with black in december of 2016 after meeting him on tinder. she also accused black then of committing sexual acts without her consent. police report that these two women don't know each other and the late of the victim that came forward was not aware of the investigation already under way with black. he's now charged with two counts of second degree sexual offense and one count of