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Feb 23, 2015 2:05am EST
evidence behind. the prince george's county police were baffled. the community understandably on edge. and then on january 26th 2009 on a quiet street in upper marlboro the county seat anxiety turned to full-on bowl bolt the doors panic. >> prince george's county 911. what is your emergency? >> ma'am i'm shot. me and my mother have been shot. i'm bleeding. >> where are you? >> it was a desperate plea for help from dying girl. on the phone, 16-year-old student carissa lawton. >> slow down. what's the address? >> police rushed to the scene, but it was too late. they found carissa and her mom karen, in their bedrooms. each killed execution style with a shot straight to the head. crimes quickly become statistics but this stands out. >> stands out. makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up also. >> veteran prince george's county homicide detective bernie nelson was in charge of the case. the first arriving officers told him they amy found the main door locked shut from the inside. the killer, they thought, had likely entered the house through an unlocked side window. >> this bedroom on t
NBC
Aug 28, 2016 10:00pm PDT
can be dangerous. george went to a trusted and experienced nurse and asked her what she knew about how fata was administering ivig. >> and she kind of went blank. then then started to cry. >> it was crazy. it was like all these people were getting this medicine and never qualified for it. >> as it turns out, mary had recently discovered almost none of the patients she was treating with ivig needed it. >> only two people really had needed this out of just one week, had needed this drug. >> out of 40. >> out of 40. >> she persuaded dr. fata to stop prescribing that drug. >> george recalls you saying are we in trouble? what were your kurns? >> are people going to think we had anything to do with what he was doing behind closed doors. are people going to understand that we tried to do the best we could for them, give them the best possible care. >> because you were the one physically administering this. >> yes. >> you were worried there might be blow back because you were part of it. >> uh-huh. >> and monica, who was still no idea what her case had set in motion. >> were you aware what
NBC
Apr 24, 2016 10:00pm PDT
neighborhood in prince george's county, maryland, but lloyd and his wife vicki and their son, just 4 years-old at the time, are still haunted by the image of the gun men. two masked intruders. >> talk about your worst nightmares. this is it. >> yes, it's something you would never imagine would happen. >> reporter: what the robbers didn't count on was that lloyd is a nationally- renowned martial arts expert. and when one of the gunmen walked away to scope out the rest of the house, lloyd was suddenly one-on-one with his accomplice. >> gunman's over here in the corner, huh? >> right in the corner right there. i know he doesn't have any room to back up at all. i just go. i'm coming over here. and i got the gun. i'm trying to get the cartridge out. and once i get the cartridge out, i -- it drops. so i hit the ground. >> where's the intruder going? >> he ran out the room. he was running low like, he has the gun. get outta here. he has the gun. >> reporter: by the time lloyd managed to reload the wrestled-away gun and give chase, both home invaders had escaped. >> and i'm calling 911. and
NBC
Jan 26, 2014 10:00pm PST
george washington bridge on their way back to paul's place the morning of the murder. >> was it a toll you guys went through? >> i would assume so. we went through i guess it was the lower level, but there was no booth -- there was no attendant. >> reporter: no attendant saw them pass, but detectives wondered could digital eyes help place the car at the toll booth? >> state police immediately did a search for the ez pass records, or toll records of that vehicle, and we had a hit at 6:39 of that vehicle coming across the george washington bridge lower level. >> that's huge. >> it's huge. >> it was a huely corroboraighle piece of evidence to corroborate scott sherwood. >> reporter: what's more, there was a photo snapped of the license plate. it was evidence that almost didn't exist. prosecutors say paul had planned to pay cash that night. but construction at the toll booth forced him to drive through the ez pass lane. >> he made some mistakes. and he couldn't have anticipated the bridge was going to be under construction with no toll takers. >> reporter: and then prosecutors present
NBC
Feb 23, 2015 2:03am EST
a nice neighborhood in prince george's county maryland. but lloyd and vicky irvin and their son, just 4 years old at the time are still haunted by the image of the gunmen -- two masked intruders. >> talk about worst nightmares. this is it. >> yes. something you would never imagine would happen. >> what the robbers didn't count on was that lloyd is a nationally renowned martial arts expert. and when one of the gunmen walked way to scope out the rest of the house, lloyd was suddenly one on one with his accomplice. gunman's in the corner -- >> he doesn't have any room to back up. i just go. i'm coming over i got the gun, trying to get the cartridge out. once i get it out, it drops. it hit the ground. >> where does the incrowder go? >> he ran -- intruder go? >> he ran -- he has the gun, get out of here. he had the gun! >> by the time lloyd reloaded the wrestled away gun and gave chase, both home invaders escaped. >> i'm calling 911. my son's on top of me just shaking. not saying a word, not crying just agencies. i often think, were they going to kill us that night? >> the irvin fami
NBC
Oct 15, 2017 10:00pm PDT
home with her dogs, george and gracie. still they continued to pick debra's brain. >> you can't imagine the questions that they ask you. >> detectives also talked to melissa's sister, carrie. when asked who she thought might have done this, her reaction was immediate. >> i said he may not have done anything to her. >> who was he? >> my ex-husband. we had just gotten divorced. he got served boy hy her. >> you thought he had something to do with it? >> she said he came to her house to scare her. >> he had a record so they checked out the sister's ex. >> she was a subject early on. he consented to any type of questions we asked of him and voluntarily answered them. he had been released from prison in the past. >> you have not ruled him out? >> detectives shifted to something that might provide the first break in the case. with melissa's iphone missing, they put in a request to the phone company to see if they could track her cell. when they got the report, the detective couldn't believe what he saw. it had been active after the murder and someone had gone into her voice mail and pl
NBC
May 12, 2017 9:00pm EDT
tree. i learned that my ten times great grandmother is george washington's aunt. within a few days i went from knowing almost nothing to holy crow, i'm related to george washington. this is my cousin george. discover your story. start searching for free now at ancestry.com >>> ms. ryan you're charged with murder in the 2nd degree. >> reporter: second degree murder, cara ryan was facing up to life in prison for shooting her ex husband jj rush. but even after hearing the charge, cara was convinced it would all go away. >> i thought it was ridiculous. i was waiting any day for them to realize they had no case. >> reporter: her attorney roger futerman said he too was surprised that cara was charged. >> i knew from minute one there was no motive. and there was no -- >> reporter: what do you mean there's no motive? >> i saw no motive in this case. >> reporter: come on. it's a breakup of marriage. that's when murders occur. >> i know. >> reporter: you know, the guy is taking his incomey. >> reporter: you know, he's seeing another woman. >> but when i looked at everythin
NBC
Nov 13, 2016 10:00pm PST
scary. >> when "dateline" continues. >> reporter: prince george's homicide detectives, bernie nelson and tony schartner, hoped their collective experience would help crack two of the most horrific murder cases they'd ever encountered. >> when you back up and look at what you got, the scary fact is somebody's killing mothers and daughters, right? that's the commonality? >> yes. and with the close proximity of where the dewitts were found burned in the vehicle, it was just two blocks away from where the loftons were shot in their house. >> reporter: the detectives suspected they were dealing with the same murderer in both cases, especially when they realized delores dewitt was a single mom and a nurse, just like karen lofton. but first, they exhausted the usual suspects. delores had an ex-husband and an ex-girlfriend, but both had solid alibis. >> we had given them polygraph tests. they passed. we did background checks on them. we found out where they were. and there was nothing that would lead us to say that they were involved. >> reporter: as in the lofton case, when detectives searc
NBC
Apr 18, 2014 9:00pm PDT
st. augustine. the shops on st. george street, but when the sun went down that night, if you were young, and lucky enough to score tickets, you were on your way to the amphitheater. the indie band was plague. michelle o'connell was there and her glum looking boyfriend, jeremy banks. but her smile was little more than a camera reflex. for at least part of the night, they were both having a terrible time as michelle's brother scott remembers it. >> she just looked upset. i tried to crack a joke with her and cheer her up. nothing would get her to smile like that. >> they had been together a little over a year. jeremy and michelle. living together at his place for the past six months. they had been fighting in recent weeks worse than usual. the concert, jeremy told us, was shaping up to be their last date. >> i remember sitting there that night thinking to myself that tonight was the night we were going to break up. >> this might be the last time i'm with her? >> uh-huh. i mean, we weren't getting along. i was not going to be in a relationship with somebody that we weren't happy. >> w
NBC
Aug 1, 2016 2:03am EDT
capital in a nice neighborhood in prince georges county, maryland but lloyd and his wife and son, just four years old at the time are still haunted by the image of the gunman. >> something you would never imagine would happen. >> what the robbers didn't count son that lloyd is a nationally renown martial arts expert and when one of the gunmen walked away to scope out the rest of the house, lloyd was suddenly one on one with his accomplice. gunman is in the corner. >> i know he doesn't have room to back up. i go, i've got the cartridge out of the gun, it drops so i hit the ground. >> where's the intruder gone? >> he ran out of the room. he was running a like "he has the gun, get out of here, he has the gun." >> by the time lloyd managed to reload the wrestled away gun and give chase, both home invaders had escaped? >> i'm calling 911 and my son is on top of me and he's just shaking, not saying a word, not crying, just shaking and i often think, you know, were they going to kill us that night? >> the irvin family wouldn't be the first or last to ask that question. >> i'd like to report a
NBC
Mar 3, 2017 10:00pm EST
, george and gracie. still, they continued to pick debra's brain. >> it's just a million -- you just can't even imagine, like, the questions that they ask you. >> reporter: detectives also talked to melissa's sister, carrie. when asked who she thought might have done this, her reaction was immediate. >> i said, "oh, no. he better not have done anything to her." >> reporter: who was he? >> my ex-husband. because we had just gotten divorced. he got served by her firm. >> reporter: so you thought he -- if she's gone missing, he might have something to do with it. >> yup. she said that he had come to her house. just -- it kind of scared her. >> reporter: detectives found out he had a record so they checked out the sister's ex. >> he was a subject of interest early on in the investigation. he came in. he consented to any type of questions we asked of him. he voluntarily answered them. he had been released from prison -- in the past. >> reporter: so you haven't ruled him out yet? >> not yet. >> reporter: with the list of possible suspects shrinking, detectives shifted their focus to someth
NBC
Apr 1, 2017 3:00am PDT
all of them. beginning with the last client paige called -- this guy, george coralluzzo. who, the day paige disappeared called her 19 times. >> we're thinking, "that's our guy." >> i couldn't get rid of him. and he's still haunting me. >>> coming up, what this woman saw. >> it hit me. >> and what she told investigators. >> he totally did this. in fact, 2 out of 3 people taking an antidepressant may still experience unresolved symptoms. rexulti, when added to your antidepressant, has been shown to reduce symptoms of depression. it may help you feel better without giving up the progress you may have made with your antidepressant. rexulti is not for everyone. call your doctor about unusual changes in behavior, worsening depression, or thoughts of suicide. antidepressants can increase these in those 24 and younger. elderly dementia patients taking rexulti have an increased risk of death or stroke. call your doctor if you have high fever, stiff muscles, and confusion to address a possible life-threatening condition or if you have uncontrollable muscle movements, as these may be permanent.
NBC
Mar 31, 2017 9:00pm EDT
check out all of them. gi paige called -- this guy, george coralluzzo. wh called her 19 times. >> we're thinking, "that's our guy." >> i cout and he's still >>> coming up, what this woman saw. >> it hit me. >> and what she told investigators. investigators. >> he totally did is in fmrexulti, when added to your antidepressant, s be shown to reduce symptoms of depression. it may help you feel better ogre you may have made with your antidepressant. unusual changes in behavior,dt worsening depression, or thoughts of suicide. andepressants can increase these in those 24 and younger. elderly dementia patients taking rexulti hcall your doctor if you have high fever, stiff muscles, and confusion or if you have uncontrollable muscle movements, high blood sugar was reported with rexulti other risks are increasedcan cholesterol, weight gain... decdizziness on standing,ls, seizures, trouble swallowing, and impaired judgment or motor skills. don't give up on the progress you may have made ouantidepressant. talk to your doctor about adding rexulti. learn about a free trial offer for rexulti
NBC
Aug 31, 2012 10:00pm EDT
new world-class resort casino in prince george's county. two thousand construction jobs to build it. four thousand permanent, good-paying jobs when it's done. hundreds of millions for maryland schools... real oversight to make sure the money goes... where it's supposed to. but none of it will happen unless we vote for... question seven this november. vote for question seven. and help build a better future for maryland. >>> under a setting sun on a sweltering summer night two years after her death teresa mayfield's friends and family gathered to remember. >> i talked to her almost every day. i miss those talks. >> they took turns talking about the softball mom, the sweet woman gunned down on a lonely country road. a murder that was a mystery. >> my family will not stop searching or doing whatever it takes to find out who took teresa's life. >> when scott got up to speak you can bet people were paying special close attention. >> yes, she was a loving wife, loving mother, and a loving friend to the community. yes, she would do anything for anybody at any time. >> having discovered he w
NBC
Sep 3, 2010 9:00pm EDT
gun was spotted in a book-bag. we'll have the details... george??? the early voting era in maryland has begun...we've got the turnout numbers... tom??? the latest on earl .. as the weakening storm barrels >>> he had to keep on a coming. there were years of frustration but detective mclaughlin had finally taken down cindy zarzycki's killer. how did he take the verdict? >> i was real happy. >> reporter: is that a high five moment? >> more than high five. >> mac and i gave each other a big hug after that. >> reporter: but to jen and mac, this odd couple interrogation team, the conviction was only half the battle. >> the second we're done with all the official proceedings, i mean, mac just took off. and he wanted to go talk to art because i think the same thing was in both our minds. now it's time to find the body. >> he says, ed, don't have a memorial service. i'm going to find cindy. >> reporter: it was a promise mac had made to cindy's father and the rest of the family. cindy's case would stay open on his desk until her body was found. so i went and talked to art. >> reporter: art ha
NBC
Jan 8, 2012 7:00pm EST
2007, her good luck charm, george clooney announced her wins at the golden globes and academy award for best supporting actress. vindication for doing it her way. a star was born. >> after "dream girls" there were other opportunities including "precious." >> precious the critically acclaimed film about an ill literal young woman facing poverty and abuse. >> i did not accept the role. i would have to be the big girl again. >> was there part of you that said i didn't want to become that character in hollywood. >> i don't like the idea of being boxed into anything. no. and in my world there is no limits. that would say okay this is who you are. this is what you are going to be. nobody gets to determine that but me. awe bought they certainly would try. ♪ are you a man who loves ♪ >> in 2008, jennifer's first album came out. what should have been a perfect time in the young singer's career, brought back the same weight issues that always seem to haunt her. >> i was surprised to read you hadn't seen the album cover. >> no. >> until you saw it in the store. >> yes. >> there you are, no
NBC
Jun 28, 2014 8:00pm EDT
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NBC
Nov 30, 2009 3:00am EST
." it's time for a rescue. let's watch as george helps this couple transform their pink master bedroom into a romantic oasis before their wedding night. >> this week's e-mail comes from sandra. "dear "open house to the rescue," i'm marrying my fiance and moving into his town house in a matter of weeks. one problem. his master bedroom is peptobismol pink. that's right, pink. what was he thinking?" sounds like you have a problem. let's see what we can do. >> hi. my name's scott. >> and i'm sandra. and we have a pink problem. >> well, i've been living here 17 years. and back 17 years ago pink was in, i thought, anyway. >> honey, this much pink was never in. we're about to get married in about three months. i do not want to spend my wedding night in calamine lotion pink. it's time for a change. everything is pink. what were you thinking? >> you know, pink was in. i call it mauve. >> yeah. >> or dusty rose. >> i call it peptobismol. >> very soothing. soothing is nice for a bedroom. >> there's nothing soothing about this bedroom. >> wow, guys. this is pink. it kind of looks like a fl
NBC
Aug 24, 2015 2:05am EDT
george w. bush, george aguilar, and if it is sunday, it is "meet the press." >>> this is "meet the press" with chuck todd. >>> good sunday morning and what a week in politics. this is the week that republicans are accepting the e reality that donald trump is not going anywhere and the week that democrats are kcontemplating th possibility that hillary clinton's e-mails might derail her nomination. and we learn that joe biden is sitting down with a not so subtle message of what his dream ticket could look like. and now, looking at donald trump, 20,000 sure did show up to a football stadium in mobile, alabama to hear him and cheer him. so we decided to send our own "meet the press" producer to embed him to go with the trump supporters to find out what is behind the trump surge. >> he is real. he is a real person, and he is not politically correct, and i'm glad. >> i never have voted republican in my life. i have been a democrat. >> and you could vote republican for donald trump? >> there is a possibility. a possibility. >> he is not exactly programmed. i think that he believe nas what
NBC
Feb 20, 2016 8:00pm EST
debates between texas governor george w. bush and vice president al gore. now, let's meet the candidates. [ applause ] >> before we begin, i have been asked by the bush campaign to announce that for the next three hours only, viewers in the states of michigan, missouri and pennsylvania have the option of free pay-per-view courtesy of the republican national committee. on channel 62, "the perfect storm" with george clooney and mark wahlberg, the film mike clark of "usa today" called the perfect movie.
NBC
Jul 23, 2010 9:00pm PDT
officer put his hand around my shoulder and said, george, i tell you, we have three people that saw ryan, and he motioned with a gun, had the rifle up to his shoulder taking the shot. right there it was like somebody just hit me in the back of the head with something. it was just a complete shock, you know. i kind of broke down a little bit. and he was very con soelg. he really was. he said, george, i understand that you're -- why you're feeling this way but we just want jared to come clean with us so we can tie this up. >> reporter: then the gilkensons say one of the detectives got a call on his cell phone. >> he hangs up the phone, leans over to his detective buddy and says, ryan just confessed. we're headed down to the thompson house. i'm like hit with a ton of bricks. how did i miss this? how did this happen without me seeing this? >> reporter: after that the gilkensons say they took over from the police. >> we became then the interrogation. then the intensity picked up. i told jared, you're going to tell me what went on and i was raising my voice and jared was crying, breaking
NBC
Nov 3, 2014 3:07am EST
obviously thinking about it. >> reporter: then george p. bush did his thinking out loud, claiming his father is more than likely to jump in. the former florida governor said, hold on. >> you love him to death. they have their own opinions. i will make up my mind at the end of the year. >> reporter: clinton did the talking that raised eyebrows when she veered left. >> don't let anybody tell you that, you know, it's corporations and businesses that create jobs. >> reporter: when a heckler got in chris christie's face -- >> you want to have the conversation later, i'm happy to have it. until that time, sit down and shut up. >> reporter: christie's leadership style bellowed far beyond new jersey. but there was no apology tour. >> it's advice i got from my mother a long time ago. christopher, just be yourself. >> reporter: the thinking about it class of 2016 is on this message. they're not in any hurry. for "meet the press," kelly o'donnell, nbc news. >> all right. panel is still here. we're going to go back and we're going to project the senate. you guys are going to collectively project
NBC
Jan 29, 2013 10:00pm PST
bay area's george kiriyama and jean elle spoke to neighborhoods. >> reporter: that's right, jessica. neighbors out hereay
NBC
Feb 20, 2016 8:00pm EST
charge was that it was a stacked deck, if you will. he said some things in the state, attacking george w. bush he did not like getting booed. that was a way for him to turn it around. he did a fabulous job of taking that incident and then turning it around in a motivating way for his supportete. can't fault them for that. carol: we will take a quick break. from dr. ben carson, who you like being picture perfect. you should want your banking to be too. stop into td bank and we'll help set you up new customers, open a checking and savings account and you can get a polaroid cube+ video camera on the spot. carol: we are waiting to hear from dr. ben carson at any moment. as results continue to come up, nevada has a winner. michael: nikole killion joins us live. nikole: hillary clinton thanked her supporters, telling them that this is your win. hillary clinton: i am so, so of my supporters out there. so may have doubted us, but we never doubted each other. nikole: a last-minute surge by bernie sanders. sanders said he is proud of his campaign and expects to get his solid share of delegates.
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