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Nov 20, 2014 6:00pm EST
run. prince george's county police released surveillance video of the man they believe shot and kill 37-year-old hollis johnson. johnson found fatally shot at the fairmont apartments at chillum road last month. crime stoppers is offering a $25,000 reward to capture this guy, 1-866-411-tips. >>> darrius carr of severn, maryland, pled guilty to producing child pornography. federal prosecutors say he agreed to serve 25 years plus a whole lifetime of supervision in exchange for the plea deal. according to prosecutors, carr filmed himself sexually assaulting a toddler aged girl last march. they also say he'd been distributing child porn for at ast two years. he will be formally sentenced in january. >>> there are more questions tonight how a nurse was able to keep his job after sex abuse complaints kept ping up against him. >> reporter: i'm debra alfarone outside the d.c. board of nursing where we want to know how 37-year-old traveling nurse jared kline was able to get job after job in hospitals around this area even as sex abuse allegations against him were mounting. court documents say
CBS
Jun 8, 2015 6:00pm EDT
george's county, more heavy storms between hagerstown, frederick and southwest of us toward warrenton. we do have severe thunderstorm warnings in effect. we have two. one is until 6:30. both are until 6:30. one is for clark, frederick, shenandoah and warren and one for fauquier, rappahannock and warren. they either contain winds of 60 miles per hour and/or hail an inch in diameter, about quarter size. this storm just moved into the district and hammered us just a minute ago, pretty big rains from bowie to annapolis. the rainfall is over 1 inch per hour and moderate rains between d.c. and baltimore. the good news is nothing severe. that had a warning earlier. that is now what's heavy storm. heaviest rain from bowie eastward over toward annapolis. we'll come back. howard will join me. we'll track some of the storms to west because they'll roll through the metro area in the next hour or two. >>> a veto for a controversial property tax hike in prince george's county. >> the irony here is the man doing the vetoing would have raised taxes even more if he had his way. it is quite the politic
CBS
Aug 31, 2017 6:00pm EDT
wusa9 app. >>> there are other ways to help too. in prince george's county, buoy police are collecting items for their colleagues in houston. many of them on the job, despite losing their own homes in houston, and they need basic supplies. socks, underwear, and individually packaged snacks and drinks. you can drop them off at the buoy police department on excaliber road. 24 hours a day, through this saturday at 5:00. >>> and then there's washington nats pitcher max scherzer. he and wife will play the fees for anyone who adopts an animal from the humane alliance in d.c. that's from now to sunday. the humane alliance is encouraging adoptions this weekend in order to clear space due to harvey. >>> it's one of the most memorable, and disturbing images of the flooding in texas. the viral photo of senior citizens sitting in waist deep water inside their nursing home. ruth miller is now describing that nightmare. >> can you tell me about being in the water? >> i didn't like >> you didn't like it? >> no. >> keep calm and collected. do they just keep saying that over and over again.
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Feb 10, 2016 6:00pm EST
. >> but up next, action is taken against that principal at the prince george's county school, where a >>> the principal the prince george's county school at the center of a child porn case is off the job tonight. >> that's right, michelle williams was placed on administrative leave and is now named in a civil lawsuit. delia don -- gonsalves is there. >> reporter: we have learn they school, the school's ceo and that volunteer, who they allege took kids out of classrooms to record 40 child porns in places around the school. and in the school. like the auditorium, and the bathrooms. >> it's unfair. she's a great principal. >> reporter: parents are sounding off on their school principal, placed on leave just two days after we all learned that volunteer deontae caraway was arrested for making child pornography in the school with 10 students. according to a civil lawsuit, filed by one child's family, there could be up to 30 victims. >> how do we know this is just the first incident? >> if she didn't get any complaints from the children beforehand that he was being mean to them or mistreatin
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Aug 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
wusa9 app. >>> switching gears now, chaos at a prince george's county courtroom spilled outside today as the mother of a man suspected of killing three little girls lunged toward pursuing news photographers. the woman shouted in court as her son, antonio williams had to be restrained. he appeared to be shouting, saying i'm not the one you're looking for. deputies had to step in between family members enraged by these outbursts. >> this has to be, i tell you, one of the worst days we have ever the mother in the case of the defendant made comments that you really did incite further pain. >> the bond hearing was delayed. williams is accused of murdering his 6-year-old sister and two little cousins who were visiting. investigators say they have no idea what his motive might have been. >>> a former prince george's county aide, who pled guilty to producing child porn is going away for a long time. today, a federal judge in greenbelt sentenced deonte carraway to 75 years in prison. he directed the youth choir at glenarden community center. prosecutors say he used his position to abuse multip
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Dec 31, 2015 6:00pm EST
in shoot out that started in prince george's county. it all start-- county. it all started at a wendy's on powder mill across the prince george county line, a chase ensued, several cars hit, it ended new hampshire county. >>> a maryland state trooper is in the hospital after his cruiser was hit by a driver on i-95. it happened this afternoon in laurel north of route 100. police say the trooper had stopped on the shoulder of the highway to help a driver with car trouble. he was in his cruiser when another car veered off the road and collided with it. the impact shoved the cruiser into the disabled car. we are told the trooper has nonlife threatening injuries. >>> tonight's weather is playing a major role in everybody's holiday plans toon. >> howard is here to bring the forecast and it sounds nice for new year's eve. >> all things considered, it will be nice. temperatures won't be bitterly cold and it will be dry and not too breezy. satellite and radar behind me, we have a lot of clouds, little sun earlier, showers have been in the carolinas, southeast of virginia, nothing falling
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Jan 20, 2014 6:00pm EST
area for families. players and coaches from george washington and george mason universities were there to give the coats to children at the shelter located inside the former d.c. general hospital. the coats are all new. they were bought with money raised from a basketball tournament that was sponsored by bb&t bank of the verizon center. >> when we're placed in the position we're in, we're fortunate at george washington just to give back to kids who don't have as much as we do. it always brings a good feeling brings a smile to their faces. so it's always a good thing to do. >> the children's charities foundation has been helping at risk and disadvantaged youth in the area for 19 years now. pasco also helped with purchasing the coats. >>> d.c. mayor vincent gray helped pay tribute to dr. martin luther king, jr. today. a wreath was placed at the mlk monument at the tidal basin. demonstrationed in washington led by stevie wonder helped bring about the martin luther king federal holiday back in 1986. >>> it's been almost two months since postal carrier tyson barnett was shot and kille
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Apr 16, 2016 6:00pm EDT
george's county firefighter was killed last night in the line of duty during a welfare check and the second firefighter injured, 19- year-old kevin swain is in serious but stable condition at baltimore shock trauma. stephanie ramirez also learned three others were injured. >> reporter: more on this suspect. a county fire spokesperson say it is suspect in this shooting supposed to receive this welfare check on the 5,000 block of sharon road in temple hills. the suspect worked or is working as a grounds keeper near the capitol building. the neighbors are very upset about what they saw yesterday and what they are learning today. >> what a wonderful guy. >> reporter: one guy broke down as we talked to him as his neighbor said he is the kindest of neighbors. that person now a suspect. >> it is a tragedy. yes, it's a tragedy. the poor guy the guy killed. >> reporter: those living next door says it is surreal to them. >> i was just shocked. like i said earlier, i lived here 40 years and i have never seen anything like this. >> reporter: the suspect's sibling made the welfare check request s
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Dec 8, 2016 6:00pm EST
prince george's county. leslie foster is live with all eyes will be on the mgm in national harbor. leslie, how is it going? >> reporter: hey, listen, that's right, it's all about the money and not just the casino jackpot. this property is expected to bring in hundreds of millio revenue into prince george's county and thousands of jobs. our delia gonclaves is following the money and she is also here live with that part of the story. hey, delia. >> reporter: hey, less less -- leslie. we are live outside over looking the national harbor. we are looking at some beautiful views here that hotel gusts will enjoy of our nation's capitol and of the washington monument as well. we are talking $23 million spent on local and minority owned businesses. 4,000 jobs, 2,000 of them filled by folks who live right here in prince george's county. >> i haven't slept. i haven't eaten. >> crystal tibs is used to long hours. she spent 22 years in the prince george's county police department retired as a lieutenant and now number two in charge of security here at mgm national harbor. >> i retired from the
CBS
Feb 24, 2016 6:00pm EST
crosses and clears prince george's county. as howard mentioned -- that's the -- driving toward d.c., on 210 in the shehe m and visibility not great right now. i don't see too many flashes of lightning. don't hear any hail. but not great. let's go back to radar in a second. and we'll show you where the heavy rain is. it is right through e district. eastern sections of montgomery county. and now into prince george's county. and stretching all the way down toward waldorf and la plata. what howard was making reference to was that little area of thunderstorms to the southwest of us, that were still prompting tornado warnings to the southwest. it could imimpact southern maryland, a little later on, perhaps in the next hour and a half to two hours. we're watching that carefully. right now, big-time rain, silver spring. now on the east side of 270. and big-time rain through 270, and bowie, and annapolis and still, 95 now is more of a mess, northbound toward baltimore. we'll zoom back out. and the line goes all the way down into charles county. good news, fredericksburg, you're in better a
CBS
Dec 17, 2015 6:00pm EST
underway in the police department. davis who is a former deputy chief in prince george's county. >>> authorities in california have arrested the man who bought the assault rifles used in the san bernardino terrorist attacks. prosecutors have charged 24- year-old enrique marquez with conspiring to provide material support to terrorists. investigators say marquez transferred the guns to his friends and former neighbors, the husband and wife team who carried out that massacre earlier this month. 14 people were killed, 21 others wounded. investigators say marquez planned a terrorist attack with syed farook in 2011 and 2012 but decided not to follow through with it. >>> today president obama went to the nerve center of america's fight against terrorism to receive a briefings on threats made to the homeland during the holidays, but some members of congress from both parties are blasting the administration's efforts to keep would be terrorists out of the united states. mark albert reports from the white house. >> reporter: president obama went to the national counterterrorism center ou
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Jan 6, 2017 6:00pm EST
public corruption scandal involving liquor stores in prince george's county. the fbi arrested the director and a commissioner at county liquor board and they arrested two liquor store owners. some time early next week the u.s. attorney says he'll charge two elected members of the maryland general assembly. enter. >> they better get a handle on it. >> they need to go wherever it leads them. take it up the line. make sure it doesn't happen again. >> members of the prince george's liquor board are appointed by the governor but often at the recommendation of local officials. >>> an incredible outpouring of support from the community after a single dad raising five children died in a crash in frederick, maryland. it happened yesterday morning along route 15 near minor avenue. police say john chen lost control of a trash truck. it slammed into an abandoned vehicle on the shoulder of the road, then flipped over in the median. since then the 43-year-old's death kind messages have been spreading >> thank you for being a shining light in this world because you made a difference and you made
CBS
May 23, 2016 6:00pm EDT
to southwest. this activity now is going to pull out of sponges county and -- prince george's and head southwestward into prince george's county. pretty good rains headed toward bowie and over toward college park around 193 on the outer edge of the beltway. move toward fedex and nats park. the good news, this should be out of the way before the first pitch and that would be a good thing. it could get to nationals park at about 6:29. first pitch about 7:05 should be okay. can't guarantee a shower-free game. they are going to play it. now we have a brand-new severe thunderstorm warning for calvert county, charles county, prince george's county, st. mary's county until 6:30. this is just -- this just came out. and you can see the heavy rain and lightning around huntingtown towards fredericksburg. flash flooding is possible. we will come back and track that for and you also track the holiday weekend coming up. >> topper, thank you. >>> a robot submarine now searching the mediterranean sea for the data recorders of egyptair flight 804. in waters of up to 10,000 feet. over the weekend t
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Aug 28, 2014 6:00pm EDT
murder and dismemberment of a man in laurel. right now prince george's county investigators are searching the apartment in the arbor point complex where they believe the murder occurred after a fight between roommates. the dismembered body of 28-year- old jacinto perez was found dumped in four plastic bags on the ground and in dumpsters at the complex early sunday. today police announced the arrest of a suspect, santos mejia-yanes. all three men were roommates. >> speculating now it had at least in part to do with money. >> police are searching for another man named bayron cruz vargas who may have fled the area. >>> fannie mae plans to sell its headquarters on wisconsin avenue in northwest d.c. as part of a larger effort to consolidate all five fannie mae offices in the d.c. region. the company would move into a single office building that it would lease sometime in 2016 or 2017. fannie mae says it has not decided on a new location but prefers somewhere in downtown d.c. >>> what about a move for the redskins? we've been reporting on owner dan snyder's comments about making some
CBS
May 11, 2015 6:00pm EDT
by two deputies will be investigated independently by the prince george's county police, a completely separate agency from the sheriff's department. now sheriff's vehicles here in prince george's county typically do not have dashcam. so video of this incident is unlikely to exist, although spencer could not tell me that for sure. reporting live in landover at the rice elementary school, scott broom, wusa9. >> we should note normally the sheriff's department in prince george's county only handles things like warrants and court security and police handle things on the street, but as part of an anti-violence strategy sheriff's deputies do get involved in some calls. that is what happened last night. >>> funeral arrangements have been set for firefighter kevin mcrae who died in the line of duty last week. a public sendoff will be held friday at d.c. armory in southeast. the viewing will take place at 9 a.m. followed by a public memorial service at 11 a.m. firefighters from across the country will arrive in the district for friday's remembrance. >>> in a story you will only see on 9:00, ke
CBS
Apr 23, 2015 6:00pm EDT
bad cops. our prince george's county bureau chief scott broom is live at the courthouse in upper marlboro with the rest of that story. >> reporter: this is no ferguson was the quote today from the state's attorney here angela alsobrooks after the quick of this police officer, jerry thomas, in a case where the police department of prince george's county blew the whistle on one of its own. it's video from inside a juvenile detention cell in november of 2012. police officer jerry thomas knocking a defenseless handcuffed 16-year-old sideways, then following up with another strike and a slam to the steel bench. beforehand thomas is seen pulling on gloves heading down the hall to confront the obnoxious teen suspect in for obstruction of property and by all accounts would not quit shouting profanity, but that's no excuse for beating a handcuffed suspect prosecutors said. the boy was bruised but not seriously injured. here's police chief mark magaw. >> it's inexcusable and there's no place for it on the police department. >> reporter: before throwing in the towel thomas' lawyer claimed s
CBS
Dec 30, 2015 6:00pm EST
-50 milessa an miles an hour. clearing out. showers, even out of pwreupbs george's. now, so, we will say good-bye to these showers -- showers, even out of the prince george's area. now, so we will say good-bye to these showers. we will have a cool start to january. i will tell you more about that coming up in 10 minutes or so, see you then. >>> prince george's county tonight we have disturbing new information about a murder that we have been reporting to you that happened on a school playground. the sources tell wusa9 that the suspect had his 12-year-old daughter with him when he allegedly pulled out a knife and stabbed a man. the 31-year-old alex jones charged with murdering 24-year- old douglas reyes on monday at the playground in seabrook. he had mental and physical disabilities. jones has confessed. >>> also from our bureau tonight, more follow up on our weekend of motorcycle madness on the roadways around there. scott broom is there with us to report on the new reactions from the police, scott? >> that is right. the state police here in maryland reporting they are now receiving
CBS
Jan 5, 2017 6:00pm EST
. light flurries, d.c. everything pushing off due east. we'll zoom in back to fairfax. george mason. around oakland -- oakton, not causing any problems on the roads whatsoever. we'll zoom in. again, no real problems with that particular -- right now, okay? if you can get off the roads by 9:00, 10:00, i'd recommend doing that. light snow for the evening commute. most of the snowfall is 9:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m. some slick spots tonight. no doubt about that. and slick spots tomorrow morning. although they've done treating on the roads. more concerned about people walking on the sidewalks this morning. and general trace to 2 inches across the board. >> frederick area. hp, what is happening? >> well, we have been stuck in a little traffic. there was an accident here by exit 15. southbound 15. we're a few miles on the north side of frederick. it is dry out there. let me show you, as we look out the front of the shehe tracker storm. and what solution of salt and water soaks into the road, as opposed to using salt, which would bounce off. so they pretreat with this in anticipation of what is
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Nov 3, 2015 6:00pm EST
jurisdictions involved. but it is an example of how officers on both sides of the prince george's lines are allowed to pursue when a felony is involved. just after 7:00 p.m. a deadly shoot out in a crowded neighborhood that includessed prince george's county police who crossed into southeast dc in pursuit of a carjacking victim who had been spotted in fort washington. prince george's county police are authorized to cross boundary when a felony is suspected. a police officer from maryland was also involved. according to witness, the suspect fired at police. who shot back. witnesses reporting three volleys of gunfire. now it's up to dc police to review the shooting. and investigate the officer believed to have fired the shot. >> you have a lot of people from maryland coming into the district and they're bringing that havoc or that problem into the district. and then they have little friends here that will allow them to come up into their apartment or into their house and their friends will harbor them. >> reporter: meanwhile residents reacted to a shoot out in this busy densely populated neig
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Nov 16, 2016 6:00pm EST
breaking news as it happens. download our free wusa9 app. >>> from prince george's county we have got brea pulled out a construction worker trapped 10 feet down in a trench. dirt fell on top of him this afternoon at a construction site in greenbelt. it was near the 500 block of crescent road. crews pumped in oxygen and warm air and they say the man was conscious and alert the whole time. that's good news. he's been rushed to a hospital with serious injuries to the lower part of his body. >>> hillary clinton will appear in public tonight for the very first time since her concession presidential election. she will be honored during a children's defense fund event at the museum in downtown washington. mrs. clinton worked for the children's defense fund in the 1970s. >>> former maryland governor martin o'malley out of the race. after being urged by many to run. in a released statement now o'malley says the committee needs a chairman who can do th job fully and with total impartiality. >>> president obama arrived on his second stop of final foreign tour while in office. he had dinner with
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Feb 7, 2013 6:00pm EST
>> reporter: george lyon was a plaintiff in the heller case in which they lifted d.c.'s ban on handguns. >> i want to have teachers who are willing to stand as the last line of defense. >> reporter: he wants the police department to provide firearms training to teachers and staff members who want it. the firearms would be kept in the locked biometric safe that only opens for those with the fingerprint match. that he says will keep the guns from getting in the wrong hands. >> they would open up. it could be done in seconds. >> reporter: why allow teachers and staff here and that they will point to the columbine shootings and say that there is need for more defense in schools. >> the officer was outside at the time the attack happened. there were two shooters. he did engage in one, but in the meantime they were free to do what they wanted to. >> reporter: they said that they have learned to first engage the school resource officers. >> once he is out of the picture, they have essentially a gun-free zone, you know, or a fertile killing field. >> reporter: he says that the staff me
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Aug 23, 2016 6:00pm EDT
million in damages in federal money. >>> the first day of school in prince georges county. >> a fallout from a child abuse scandal in the head start program. board members are accusing leadership of covering it up and costing the county $6.4 million when regulators put the hammer down. scott broom is in prescription georges to tell us more. >> reporter: the maintenance board members want to know why the leaders did not reveal the findings of a federal investigation in the head start program months ago that found abuse or act fast enough to fix it. 4 year old aleah smith knows her letters and numbers thanks to head start. with some teachers caught doing everything from humiliating a 3 year old that wet himself to forcing 4 year olds to hold boxes of books overhead for punishment, her mom lost confidence in head start. five members of the school board turned against the powerful chair and vice chair, with this letter alleging a cover up. for 5.5 months while children continue to be harmed the chair and vice chair concealed pert independent information the letter read. today that c
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Mar 8, 2017 6:00pm EST
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Sep 1, 2017 6:00pm EDT
george's county, the university of maryland system is poised to take over their biggest healthcare provider. big changes are on the way for the three major hospitals and two other healthcare centers. scott broom is in laurel, maryland where the community is celebrating. >> i am more than happy. it's going to save jobs for the community, it's very important. >> reactions in laurel after signs announcing a take over by the university of maryland medical system for the troubled hospital. >> the whole area is growing and we have to have a hospital. i'm thrilled. >> this is the laurel rna fought hard to keep the place open after a threat to shut down the financially struggling hospital. the university of maryland medical system is also taking control of the deeply troubled are prince george's hospital center in another city where babies had to be evacuated twice last year from the nicu because of infection control problems. a new hospital is now on the drawing board. this is part of a big financial deal for the gigantic university of maryland medical system to take over financially stru
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May 5, 2016 6:00pm EDT
standard bearer that bears ow standards and that unifies all the wings of george w. and george h.w. bush are refusing to endorse im. john mccain announced he will be skipping this year's republican convention. >> i'm not sure if the republican party as we know it will survive this election. >> reporter: trump says he won't change his style. it's a style that helped take down 16 opponents in the primaries. >> i am who i am. i don't like to change. i don't like to really change remember. >> reporter: trump's tactics have hurt him in some polls with higher negative ratings than hillary clinton. but before she make its november -- make makes it to november, she has to win over bernie. >> we have to win big here in california to get ready for the general election. >> she's comwaning in -- campaigning in california, ahead of that state's primary next month. >> the race may not be technically over on the democratic side. but bernie sanders would need to win 85% of the remaining delegates and would need to convince super delegates to change theirs. >>> fda released its long- awaited rules
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Dec 6, 2016 6:00pm EST
comet event will take place december 9th from open to close. >>> a prince george's county council member in trouble after an alleged drunk driving mel franklin joined his colleagues in a unanimous call for more oversight of personal use of county-owned vehicles by legislators and other vips. the council voted to create a vehicle use for review board that would have the power to recommend taking away the privileges. franklin gave up his use of county-owned vehicles after his november 21st accident. he's yet to face a judge on the drunk driving charge. >>> 30,000 people, 30,000 of them are expected to visit prince george's county on thursday for the grand opg casino. police launched a command center and are working to monitor roads around mgm and eliminate traffic. they have more than 1000 cameras in place and they're calling in extra officers to help clear the roads. their priorities are safety and motion. >> we don't want high speed traffic on that interstate navigating around stopped traffic. that poses a threat to the public. >> know where you're going. take. the worst thing is
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May 28, 2015 6:00pm EDT
% property tax increase in prince george's county, to recover retirement obligations for teachers. but no money, zero, for the kids who were in school right now, and who are functioning at just about last or next to last in every performance category in the state. several council members said instead of throwing large amounts of money, for instance the county executive's previous 15% proposal in tax increases at the schools, they intend to pass a performance audit for the school system, a comprehensive analysis that has not been done since 1998. the reasoning there is you've got to figure out what the problems are before you throw money at the problem. the county executive who risked a lot politically on this has not commend on the outcome of these developments yet this afternoon. we are trying to track him down. there is no doubt he is not going to be happy about it. he has the power to veto this and there is a 10-day window to get that done. so this debate from prince george's county highly charged, over property taxes is not over yet. scott broom, wusa9. >>> we have more breaking news,
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Oct 8, 2015 6:00pm EDT
recover. >>> coming up, police investigate the death of a woman near a tot lot in print george county. >>> maryland's head football coach could be fired sooner rather than later. >>> a woman says she was given a rough ride in a baltimore police 000. a judge unbaltimore scheduled a hearing next week in the fred gray case. six police officers charged with his death. judge williams will hear arguments tuesday and wednesday to address motions filed in all six cases, the judge did not specify which motions will be discussed. the officers of being tried separately. the first trial now scheduled to begin november 30th. >>> baltimore has greed to pay $95,000 to a woman that says she was given a rough ride in a police van. >> but the city solicitor says the 2012 rough ride is not the reason why it is paying up. he says it is because christine's dress got ripped and the police officer should have had a female officer cover her up. >> instead the male officer didn't do a good job and not adept with sun dresses apparently and that added to the problem considerably and the young lady was mortified
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Jun 7, 2017 6:00pm EDT
christie's personal lawyer during the george washington bridge lane closing scandal. >>> so wray is a partner at the dc and atlanta-based law firm and served as assistant attorney general from 2003 to 2005 under president george w. bush and joined the doj as associate attorney general back in may of 2001. >>> he should have been starting the next phase of his life. but instead, 17-year-old sadi adi najjar of somebody shot and killed him and his friend, 18-year-old artem ziberov. the day before the two were set to graduate from high school. debra alfarone has the latest on the investigation tonight. >> reporter: police won't say the two teens were targeted here on monday night, or if they were killed at random. they also won't say if they have any suspects. the father of sadi adi najjar says he has a message for his son's killer. >> i want whoever did this, please, if you know anyone who killed my beautiful boy, please, please call. and we have a reward. it is $20,000 now. and i will keep increasing it until i find who killed my beautiful boy. >> reporter: it is tough to imagine how he
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Jun 26, 2017 6:00pm EDT
can keep the 90s from returning. >>> police on the hunt for a >>> from our prince george's county bureau, another guilty plea from a man arrested for a string of murders. he pled guilty to killing his estranged wife. he had already pled guilty to murdering two strangers on the run in montgomery county. he faces up to life in prison. he worked for years as an officer with the federal protective services. >>> the family of philando castile has reached a $3 million settlement over his shooting death by a minnesota police officer. officer geronimo valez shot castile. earlier this month, a jury found yanez not guilty of manslaughter and other charges. >>> the the chesapeake bay is dwindling. that's according to new numbers. it found female crabs are surging, like we reported earlier this year. the overall population is down to 18% from 2016. that comes out to 100 million viewer crabs. the resources officials say this is a good reminder to how difficult it can be to manage the crab population. over on the wusa9 facebook page, a lot of suggestions on how to fix this problem. karen said t
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Jun 29, 2016 6:00pm EDT
. case against a prince george's county school aide >>> a staggering number of child porn charges were leveled today against a prince george's county school aide. >> as scott broom reports, the case against deonte carraway begins to widein. -- widen. >> reporter: they hope to nd the rest of his life. >> this is a case involving 23 minor victims, ranging in ages from 9 to 13, who were injured by mr. cara way. >> reporter: angela als brooks also talking about deontae cara way. her -- deonte carraway. her case focused on what he bought and handed out to kids. caraway telling his child victims they were in a special club. and convincing them to record child sex acts and send them to him or let him record them himself. >> because of the devices, we were hoping to be able to prosecute these cases in ways that will not further harm the children. how did this occur? who, if anyone, knew about it? are there additional people who need to be held accountable? that is an investigation that wusa 9. >> caraway is also looking at a federal indictment. he'll face those charges before being tried in pr
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Oct 24, 2016 6:00pm EDT
over prince george's and fairfax county are courting the fbi with its prize 11,000 employees. retired maryland senator could fight for prince george's county next year. if hillary clinton does win. but vice presidential candidate tim kaine could fight for virginia. >>> the battle to recapture iraq's second largest city is now in its second week. they fought their way into a pair of villages, about 5 miles from mosul today. u.s. officials say an unprecedented wave of air strikes is targeting isis forces surrounding mosul. about 5,000 are still believed to be inside the city itself. the u.n. says it unable to provide humanitarian and medical assistance to besieged area of eastern aleppo. because security isn't being guaranteed. fighting began near aleppo after a pause to allow people to leave the city. the peace ended without anyone the sick and wounded and family members. >>> a woodbridge, virginia taxi driver pleaded guilty today, to helping a friend join isis. mahmoud alassan. travel intended to travel to syria. that friend unknowingly told a friend of the government about h
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Jan 30, 2016 6:00pm EST
troubling snow removal in a minute. troubling news in prince george's county, there's been a shooting near the addison road. stephanie, what's going on? >>reporter: if you know anyone travelling in this area, you may want to tell them to go a different way, because the area right in front of the addison road station is blocked off. and police are telling us a man is dead tonight. this is near the 200 block of addison road south in maryland. we're still waiting to learn more about this victim, but i can tell you that the police are concentrating in the backyard area of a boarded up home. prince george's county police tweeted that around 3:30. directed an officer to the scene, they found a male with a gunshot wound, he was transported and pronounced dead in an area hospital. one neighbor who was out, came home to this. she spoke to us about what she knows on next door. >> the house next door always did have problems, as long as we've been living here. the people that lived in there before and the people that were there still come back to the house and hang around the house. yeah. they hang a
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Jan 28, 2016 6:00pm EST
george's fire house where it happened. scott broom is following the situation and joins us right now. scott? >> reporter: yeah, there has been a sidewalk clearing operation executed by the fire department here at the media brought this to our attention. so the sidewalk has been cleared by the fire house, but domino's is still clueless as to what all this is about. people are clearing the mountain of snow here on annapolis road more than 17 hours after a hit and run accident critically injured a man. before the clearing started they were still walking here despite the obvious danger. a neighboring dominoes restaurant did not lift a finger to clear its sidewalk. even after the tragedy. the pedestrians are not happy. >> it is dangerous. real dangerous out here. with cars flying around the corner like that. it's dangerous. >> reporter: prince george's county police tweeted photos of an suv like the one they believe was involved in the hit and run hoping for a lead. this mirror was left behind. the victim was critically injured. the domino's manager here refused to talk to me about all of
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Oct 26, 2016 6:00pm EDT
it is going to start selling deer meat. >>> up number, prince george's welcome hi today we're gonna be comparing these two truck beds. let's start over here with this aluminum bed. you put your toolbox up here... whoa! that's a big hole. that is unbelievable. now let's check out the roll formed steel bed of the silverado. same angle,same empty tool box. took it way better. the steel held up. it's truck month! make a strong decision. eleven thousand total value on this silverado all star. >>> heartbreak for a prince george's county family. an 8-month-old baby died at the hands of her nanny. police say 56-year-old olarimy of milk down the baby's throat, one right after the other then, according to the investigator, she waited 20 minutes before calling the baby's father, who then called police. little anita died at the hospital. and neighbors say they were always concerned about that nanny. >> always heard the baby crying. i normally wouldn't do this, but i heard that baby crying all the time. and it concerned me. and then, when the situation happened, in the back of my mind, i still k
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Jan 13, 2015 6:00pm EST
east of 15 toward fairfax, arlington and southern halloween into charles county and prince georges county and extended to calvert and st. marys before all is said and done. how much will fall? well, south of 50 and east and south of 95 will be the bull's eye. flurries toward frederick and leesburg and hagerstown. we will talk about how cold it will be and how long the snow will stay and what that means for the commute home tomorrow. >> thank you, top. we want to remind you our team of meteorologists and reporters are staying ahead of the nsa irweather. we will be tuning in a half hour earlier tomorrow at 4:30 a.m. we will keep you on top of the weather and roads and all the news. >>> and monday's metro strategy at the l'enfant plaza station. we learned 61-year-old carol glover of alexandria is the woman who died in the tunnel station filled with smoke. she was an analyst at a local communications company. it is believed the fire start from the arking in a power line leading to the third rail in the tunnel. >> you have probably seen the small shorts if you have ever ridden metro, bu
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Jul 28, 2015 6:00pm EDT
. >>> today leaders in the latino community of prince george's county are endorsing glen ivy for congress. he's running for the fourth congressional district. he's running for the seat currently held by representative donna edwards. she plans to run for outgoing senator barbara mikulski's seat. >>> president obama wrapping up his historic visit to africa today. he became the first sitting president to address the 54- nation african union which is headquartered in ethiopia. mr. obama called for leaders across the conts innocent to fight -- continent to fight for corruption and uphold democratic leaders. he also said no president should be president for life. >>> meantime authorities in zimbabwe want to talk to an american dentist who allegedly killed a protected lion. they believe dr. walter palmer of minnesota paid a farmer $55,000 to hunt and kill a popular lion named cecil. if convicted a judge could sentence palmer to up to 15 years. >>> a dramatic day inside a signature theater in shirlington but actors played no role in this protection. instead it was a wayward young buck deer that b
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Feb 14, 2017 6:00pm EST
-old run over by an suv in prince george's county is sharing what she saw. sharenna jones said she was driving her son from his when an suv started following them. she says her son, nathaniel mckenon, recognized his friend in the passenger's seat. they pulled over in a parking lot. and nathaniel got out to ask her if everything was okay. that's when the driver of the suv hit and killed him. >>> first, he hit him. and my baby's whole body went limp and fell on the ground. then he drove over him. [ indiscernible ] >> prince george's county police are investigating whether the driver acted in self-defense. officers found an assault rifle on mckinon. jones blames a case of mistaken identity for her son's death. >>> eating healthy. next, the keys to finding good heart health. traffic reporter, ellen brian, became especially motivated for all the right reasons, after learn being her own father's t exercise. it was all about an outward number. what size dress i could wear. for me, a daily meal was a pint of ice cream, washed down by another pint of sher bet. and diet coke. and i got a dog
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Apr 1, 2015 6:00pm EDT
is will the jury believe him? from prince george's county, i'm allison barber, wusa9. >> allison thank you. and those set to begin tomorrow. >>> over in montgomery county, the public school substitute teacher today pled guilty to two counts of child sex abuse for inappropriately touching two middle school students. >> i'm andrea mccarren in rockville. where a shocking allegation emerged in court that a middle school principal told pineda's first known victim not to report the abuse to police or child protective services. >> that was a mistake. i think that matter should have been reported. >> reporter: in 2004, a 2-year- old student -- 12-year-old student tearfully told forest oak middle school's then principal john buehrle and the school counselor about jose pineda's repeated inappropriate touching. that principal instructed the girl and her mother not to report the incident to police or child protective services according to police. quote -- we don't want to create a scandal he allegedly told them. and assured the family he would quote take care of it. and ensure pineda never s
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Jul 12, 2016 6:00pm EDT
memorial for the police officers killed on thursday. former president george w. bush politicians also spoke but it fell to president obama to try to unite a country that appears divided on race and the role of police. we have a closer look. reporter: president obama reportedly spent much of his day yesterday crafting this speech himself. just like today, he acknowledged he's given too many like it. though this one walked a unique tight rope. president obama proclaimed a heart felt gratitude for hard work. the president also challenged those in the audience to accept that america's complicated racial history remains just that, complicated. >> none of us is entirely innocent. no institution is entirely immune. that includes our police departments. we know this. reer rhetorical theme. >> we know that bias remains. we know it. reporter: he also applied that theme to protesters for refusing to acknowledge the burdens placed on police in their own community. >> protesters, you know it. you know ho dangerous some of these communities where the police serve are and you pretend as if ther
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Apr 13, 2015 6:00pm EDT
moderate rain across the entire metro area, heavier rain east of town into prince george's county and across the bay. we'll come back, tell you when this clears out and what shape the cherry blossoms will be in after this event. >>> police in philadelphia were back at the house of a mom accused of dumping her severely disabled son in the woods while she took off to see her boyfriend in silver spring. >> nyia parler will face charges of reckless endangerment, neglect and aggravated assault. bruce leshan is back in the silver spring neighborhood where police picked her up over the weekend. >> reporter: the woman is still in the hospital here in montgomery county for some kind of undisclosed issues. the good news is that her son is recovering in a medical center in philadelphia and there are apparently a number of other relatives who are eager to take him in. helpless, a quadriplegic with cerebral palsy and no ability to speak stuck for five days and four nights in the woods in the rain and cold with just a blanket and a bible. >> i think she left the bible there maybe to have god lo
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Mar 20, 2015 6:00pm EDT
frederick. we'll come back and give the weekend a grade. >>> a prince george's county cop is facing the possibility of 30 years or more behind bars tonight. a grand jury just indicted him on assault, misconduct and firearms charges. our bruce leshan is live in bowie where it allegedly happened. >> reporter: yeah, derek. it was may 10th, 2014, william cunningham lives here. his cousin was dropping him off. he was parked out here. officer jenchesky santiago pulled in, told the guys they were parked illegally. so cunningham gets out of the passenger side door, tries to walk in the door to his house and santiago allegedly takes his service weapon, points it right into cunningham's forehead, then moves it towards his mouth and says we're pgpd. we shoot people. now santiago has three years on the force. he is now suspended without pay. he is as of today facing six different criminal counts. state's attorney angela also brook says that she will -- alsobrooks says she will never turn a blind eye to this kind of behavior. >> there's never any pleasure in having to indict one of our own, but
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Mar 19, 2015 6:00pm EDT
slow commute on your friday morning. >> thank you, top. >>> neighbors in prince george's county today took a stand against a super wal-mart as they say they just don't want in their neighborhoods. >> reporter: the county's planning board approved that construction needed for the wal- mart to be build in annapolis and glendale roads last year. but the district council asked them to reconsider that today. and he spoke to neighbors, who don't want wal-mart in their backyards. >> reporter: today's hearing at the county administration building was delayed for four hours in part to accumdate the dozens of those people that wanted to come to speak here today to put in that 24-hour wal-mart in their community. >> reporter: it is real quiet here. >> reporter: the calm that she has found tucked in to the woods at the shopping center. >> it's a quiet neighborhood as i live on the back of these town homes. and my home faces the trees. >> reporter: but now she fears that the 24-hour super wal-mart will flood the neighborhood with traffic at all i hours. >> absolutely. but for me that it is not jus
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Feb 17, 2014 6:00pm EST
bruises which is worth something. >>> coming up george zimmerman's breaks his silence. you'll hear why the man acquitted of murder in the death of trayvon martin [ male announcer ] attention small business owners: it's your last chance to get small business ready with verizon fios for just $99.99 a month with a two year agreement and a free wireless router included. call 1.888.774.4418 now and get 100% fiber-optic fast internet and reliable phone with 99.9% network reliability for just $99.99 a month with a two year price guarantee and a free wireless router included. call 1.888.774.4418 to sign up now. fios speed and reliability that makes you small business ready. that's powerful. >>> tonight new developments in florida's so-called loud music trial. following the verdict on saturday both sides say they'll fight to. michael dunn fired his gun into a car last year during an argument over whether teenagers were playing their music too loudly and those shots killed 17-year-old jordan davis. the jury deadlocked on the murder charge but convicted dunn on three counts of attempted murder. d
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Jan 21, 2016 6:00pm EST
. >>> in saint george's county, salt and shovels sold out. shoppers packed grocery and hardware stores preparing for the worse. andrea mccarren braved the crowds and joins us live inside the store. costco is one of the stores busy no matter what day it is so i can only imagine what it is like right now. >> reporter: take a quick look at this. it is like gridlock here. in fact, one shopper told me the parking lot here is so packed, it actually looks like the store is giving things away for free. obviously, it is not. in fact, we just learned it sold out completely of whole milk and people are buying massive quantities of kitty litter because there is no more salt. with a major storm headed our way, we asked shoppers at costco which one item they had to have to endure the snowfall. >> the item i cannot live without is water. >> toilet paper. i think that should be everybody's answer and the reason why is pretty obvious. >> water. >> dog food. i have six dogs. >> i'm going home to make some ground turkey chili. i'm getting my slow cooker on. >> reporter: staples like milk, bread, and wate
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Nov 4, 2014 6:00pm EST
are keeping a very, very close watch on the polls right here in prince georges county. the democrats need a really strong turnout among young people and african americans. if anthony brown hopes to pull off a strong challenge from republican larry hogan. >> are you guys ready to change maryland? >> republican larry hogan after casting his ballot in edgewater in anne arundel county. >> we may pull off the biggest upset tonight. i think we did a good job. >> democrat anthony brown figures a spectacular autumn day will help drive turnout among democrats. >> i haven't focused a whole lot on mr. hogan and what he's doing and what he's saying. i'm not sure the voters are either. >> at leisure world in silver spring, one of the busiest precincts in the state. there were lines down the hall and by late morning, 163 democrats had voted and fewer than half as many republicans. >> i'm very excited. it's important that we get out and voice our vote. we need more democrats. >> i think it's time for change and i'm hoping that brown is the one. >> turnout was heavy and republican strongho
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Feb 22, 2016 6:00pm EST
an apartment complex where he shot a woman multiple times. tammy george came outside when she heard the gunshots. >> she was talking and asking about her kids. >>reer old sun at a car dealership several hours later and then killed four more women outside a cracker barrel restaurant. he said he preferred to remain silent when the judge asked if he had anything to say in the judge denied bail. >>reporter: please recover the gun used in the ceilings -- used in the killings and investigators are looking into whether he continued driving passengers between the shootings. huber said dalton, father of two passed a background check and had no prior criminal history. kenneth craig, cbs news in kalamazoo, michigan. >> a neighbor said he is cooperating with the investigation and they say he called police more than an hour before the shootings began to report and erratic driver. >>> a preliminary hearing was under way in connecticut at a lawsuit involving the shooting massacre at sandy hook elementary. some of the families are suing the company that made the bushmaster ar the attack. bushmaster
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Mar 10, 2015 6:00pm EDT
series of attacks on pharmacies in prince george's county. all in search of drugs and cash. bruce leshan is live at hyatts toil have more on the age -- hyattsville with more on the incredible story. >> reporter: frank abbey is still suffering nightmares from the attack this weekend. these kind of drugstore robberies have been huge problem nationwide. and abbey says that these guys clearly had done it before. >> pharmacists -- what are you doing like that? >> reporter: the thugs are swift and violent and armed with a handgun and pepper spray. police are trying to determine if the attackers in this video from district heights in january are the same guys who hit the hyattsville pharmacy on saturday. frank abbey was a customer. just trying to pick up some antibiotics for an infected tooth. when one of the three suspects blasted him right in the face with that big can of pepper spray. >> i said, i'm all right. i'm not going to do anything. and he said -- he sprayed me and down i went. i have copd and i was gasping for breath and my eyes were just burning up in my head. >> reporter: the robbe
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Apr 27, 2016 6:00pm EDT
incredible acts of bravery were recognized in prince george's county. 48 first responders got awards for valor. >> here's some of the stunning incidents that were caught on video. >>> valor award winners here in prince george's county, said it was all instinct that got them on stage today. >> it's not something that we expect recognition for. >> that's police officer nicholas clayton on the grainy dash cam video, running towards a burning car. clayton and his colleagues knew a man was trapped inside last september. through the flames, they broke the windows and dragged the victim out, whose clothing was burning. today, clayton and fellow police officers jeremy birch, daniel collins, michael morris, and luis got medals of valor for it. clayton said they were just reacting. >> when it happens to you, are you thinking, i could killed here? >> no the drrks -- adrenaline just sort of flushes that out of your mind. you're just going because you get up to do every day. >> reporter: clayton was among the rescuers. people who did everything from facing down gunman to crashing through p
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Jan 10, 2017 6:00pm EST
prince george's county need your help to name the newest member of their team. >> that's right. he's a 16-month-old labrador retriever, being trained as a narcotics detection k-9. police want you to submit your name suggestions for this adorable pup. using twitter, instagram or facebook. lesli, how about snoop dogg? >> oh, that's kind of good. i was going to say, they're not going to name him bruce. >> put me down for the snoop dogg. >>> all right. you feel good about that. >> all right. >>> after the break, he's been a pastor at a rockville church for more than 20 years. but robert wilson said he's never come across anything like this. wait until you find out what showed up z27mlz z16fz y27mly y16fy because my teeth are yellow. these photos? why don't you use a whitening toothpaste? i'm afraid it's bad for my teeth. try crest 3d white. use together for 2 times stronger enamel. crest 3d white. new year, time to get rid of stuff. simplify, declutter, unplug, purge, or even quit cold turkey. i raise turkeys without growth-promoting antibiotics, hormones, or steroids. if you're loo
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