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52-year-old joel kaufman is seen here with a traveling high school club that often plays college teams. kaufman coached two bay area high school baseball teams in the past. he owns triple play batting cages in san leandro. police investigators came in looking for kaufman who is wanted on a $300,000 arrest warrant. parents we spoke to were stunned that the owner of this business is wanted by police. >> it is surprising. you hear it all the time with teachers and with people and physicians with responsibility and authority. it is awful. >> tim hamilton has come here for years, but he never met kaufman. >> hearing smk like this is shocking. it is absolutely unacceptable. i hope the charges are not true. >> he was charged with three felony and two misdemeanor counts of molesting a boy
between september of 2005 and june 2012. she charged with another misdemeanor for videotaping another child while the boy was in the bath roo. he was arrested for the first alleged molestations after parents complained and was not charged. days later he attempted suicide according to police. they say they searched in san leandro, but he is no where to be under to. we went to his home which was shut up tight. neighbors say they don't though the man. kaufman keeps to himself. >> he drives down the street and never turns his head. >> police have not said there are other victims that are asking anyone with information to give them a call. they are also asking kaufman to turn himself in. in san leandro, thomas roman, abc news. >> thanks very much. all is quiet once again in a vallejo neighborhood after a
terrifying afternoon. a man with a gun took over the street. sky 7hd was moving into a home at sutter and indiana streets. alan wang on what happened next. >> by the time vallejo s.w.a.t peeled away the lattice work, the man they were trying to stop was already lying in the house dead. police won't say how he died, but only that he fired on them early in the day. around 11:30, neighbors heard police calling out to a man. >> they started coming in closer like if you come out with your hands up we won't hurt you. and then like two seconds later they are like evacuate next door. we all drop to the ground. >> neighbors describe him as a troubled man who came armed with a shotgun asking for money. the man who owned the house
cared for him in the past. when they weren't home the man came run together house. >> he came with a firearm and the officers fired on him. he retreated back into the residence. >> reporter: while the entire block was being evacuated police began negotiating. >> we spoke to him and he made threats to shoot and kill officers and shoot and kill other people. >> reporter: then around 1:00 police say the man poked a shotgun out the window and fired at them. several officers answered with a barrage of bullets. police bullet casings littered the ground out here, and now more than 10 hours after it all started there is still a crime scene and police still are not saying exactly how the man died. reporting in vallejo, alan wang, abc7 news. a jury found a man guilty for killing a man here for a job interview at google. george huggins faces life in prison without the possibility of parole. prosecutors say huggins shot and killed a man in oakland
during a series of robberies. he lived in virginia and was here for the google interview. he had gone to downtown oakland to have his teeth cleaned at a friend's office. he had $10 on him when he was robbed. new tonight at 11:00, police have taken an arsonal of weapons away from police. they provided these pictures of the weapons thisy seized. they include seven assault rifles and 10 handguns and more than 5,000 rounds of ammunition. east palo alto and menlo park police found them in a storage locker in red rood city. they -- redwood city. they arrested two men on parole and probation violations. to the weather now for a few moments. the storm system moved east, but it did leave a fresh layer of snow in the sierra. in this live picture from heavenly resort let's check in with sandhya patel with live doppler 7hd. >> it is the first day of spring and it started at 4:02. as i show you is live doppler
7hd i will show what you it looks like. clouds around and spotty drizzle that was around and seems to have disappeared for now. you will look at the rainfall totals here, half an inch in santa rosa. .14 san francisco and .20 in mountain view and .10 in concord. as you check out the view from the high definition sutro camera this is what you may be facing in the morning. it is fog and it will create poor visibility in spots. the rest of your forecast and when you might need the umbrellas again. >> see you shortly. we now know the names of the marines killed at the that hawthorne army depot. it is rajer mushnick josh taylor of ohio and mason vaderwork and william wild the fourth from baltimore.
they range in age from 19 to 26 years old. eight others were hurt in the explosion that happened during a training exercise. investigators are trying to figure out what caused the shell to explode in its firing tube. a man ended up in jail after confronting sheriff deputies with of all things a sharpened deer antler. they arrested him on whit tau customer bluff road. somebody called the sheriff saying he had broken windows on the trailer with the antler. he surrendered after spending an hour in the trailer. he is charged with assault with a deadly weapon. that was a deer's antler. new at 11:00, the oakland unified school district decided to revoke the charter of the indian model schools. the district says the school has failed to address numerous violations that prompted an initial investigation into 2011. the founder is accused of improperly using millions of dollars in school funds.
the board recommends that the charter be revoked effective june 30th. a folk singer responded to the fallout from anti-gay comments she made during a performance in san francisco. in a statement the singer said, quote, i do not nor have i ever said or believed that god hates homosexuals. and to those fans who are disappointed by what they have heard or think i said, i am very sorry. half the audience walked out during an anti-gay slur at yoshi's. the singer said it was meant as a description as to how some people feel. many of her shows across the country have now been canceled as a result. new details about the scholarship fund established in honor of two police officers killed in the line of duty. as of today argen butch baker and elizabeth butler family fund has raised $308,000. the two officers were killed trying to arrest a man last month. the man was later killed by
s.w.a.t officers of -- officers. if you would like to make a donation go to our website and click on see it on tv. it is a way to honor those officers and help their families. new at 11:00, some big changes could be coming to yosemite national park. it is part of an environmental effort. the plan is to protect the iconic landscape. if approved it would ban bike and horse rentals in the park. the rink would be demolished and dozens of camp sites would be demolished. you can attend and put in your two cents. coming up next, people going door-to-door with news that no one wants to hear. what these people are being told about the building they live in and why they say it is a matter of life and death. and a beach carpeted in red. what in the world is causing
well, imagine getting this knock on your door. pardon me, did you know if you have an earthquake did you know your home is not safe? abc news reporter leslie leslie brinkley is live with the story. it is not exactly publisher's clearinghouse turning up on your doorstep. >> that's right. let me outline this for you to get a scope of what they are zeroing in on. this is a building that is basically an apartment floating above an open garage area and not size lickly retro -- seismically
retrofitted. >> we need to act now. >> city officials and activists all joined forces. they walked into the nearby neighborhoods to hit the buzzers and knock on doors. >> it is susceptible to collapse in an earthquake. >> berkeley launched phase one of an ordinance requiring landlords to post signs like this one. by 2007 they were supposed to crackdown on the seismic retrofitting. but a lack of fund and staffing stopped the plan. they found some residents are quite trusting. >> i felt these days are buildings are earthquake safe, but now that i know that it is not. >> did you know this building is to the earthquake safe? >> i did. >> and you moved in anyway? >> my sons chose it and i was
convinced. i do understand my safety is in jeopardy. >> the concrete could crush me and kill thousands of people. we are stuck in the maze. it is a hamster wheel. we are turning and turning and turning and going no where. >> there will be a city committee that will talk about seismic retrofitting and it could jump start the whole enforcement process. in the meantime if you want to know the status of your house or apartment go to abc7news.com and click on see it on tv. reporting live in berkeley, leslie brinkly, abc7 news. >> thanks very much. we are just getting developing news in. a car has hit two pedestrians in a foggy area of san francisco. they were in the crosswalk of interception of west portal avenue and vicenti street.
the victims are a man and woman. and fire dispatch says one has been critically hurt. the driver stayed at the scene and is not facing any criminal charges at this time. a single mother in washington, d.c. was fired without warning after selling girl scout cookies on the job. tracy lewis ran a food court and began selling cookies three years ago for her 12-year-old daughter. she says her boss has never objected until this year. that's when her employer fired her for violating the company policy. well, an amazing sight in southern chili. thousands of dead shrimp car meting the shore, again in chile. and they dumped residue into the ocean and contaminated the water. no word or response from officials at the plant. hundreds of dead crabs washed up in the same area. police are collecting evidence and there is a lot of that.
several prominent californians joined the hall of fame. >> the state proudly recognizes joe montana. >> joe montana headlined this year's induckies. he lead them to four super bowl titles. they also welcomed warren -- hollywood giant warren beatty and the co-founder dolores juerta. very good. sandhya patel is here with the forecast. sounds like the rain is gone. >> it is, dan. you can hang up the umbrellas and get ready to pull out the shades. the weather will be changing as we head into tomorrow. live doppler 7hd right now is watching the cloud cover and the dridz swrel is long gone -- and the drizzle is long gone. until try day morning at 9:00
a.m., certainly will get gusty out there tomorrow afternoon. from our high definition emeryville camera, we are looking toward emeryville. you can notice the high clouds around. as the ceiling lowers it has been foggy at times and we do have fog around parts of the bay area right now. the temperatures are 51 in san francisco and 55 degrees in san jose. golden gate bridge, not looking so bad at this hour, but tomorrow morning could be a different story. livermore is 54 degrees. watch out for foggy areas in the morning 6789 -- morning. mild inland and cool at the coast. it is the first full weekend of spring. the satellite radar is showing the cold front that was responsible for our drizzle. we had scattered showers earlier today, but it is long gone and now we are going to have to contend with low clouds and fog overnight tonight. front moves out and the high pressure builds behind it. this is the time of year when
you see winds getting gusty. here is a look at a computer animation indicating what the winds will be doing. these are wind gusts. 10:00 a.m., 31 mile an hour wind out of the north. as we head into the early afternoon the wind will start to pick up, 38 miles an hour there. and by 5:00 in the afternoon, could be seeing 40 mile an hour wind gusts. 29 in half moon bay. hang on tight and make sure you secure loose objects. it will be windy near the coast. fog first thing in the morning. it may be dense in pockets. make sure you have a sweater or jacket. it will be a cooler start to your morning. upper 30s in the oldest inland valleys. most other areas in the the 40s and then by afternoon breezy in the south bay. blue skies and 64 in san jose and 65 for santa cruz and los gatos on the peninsula it will be a windy one. 62 in redwood city. mid50s coast side. you will feel the wind, especially along the coastline, 56 in the sunset
district, 60 downtown san francisco. enjoy the sunshine in the north bay. 65 santa rosa, 67 napa. sausalito 59 and heading out toward the east bay, breezy as well, sunshine for you, mid60s . oakland, castro valley, 63 union city. inland communities are close to 70 degrees, pittsburgh antioch, 65 livermore and 65 for san ramon as well. accu-weather seven-day forecast, it is windy on thursday, but sunny. breezy on friday. sun will be with us, milder temperatures and we will hang on to the mild weather for the upcoming weekend. at least inland and around the bay, 60s and 70s and coast side midto upper 50s. the next possibility of rain, dan, tuesday and better chance on wednesday. >> not a big washout. >> we are just keeping our fingers crossed for a big storm. >> we are running out of time. >> we are running out of time indeed. larry beil is here. warriors are in action. >> you can say the spurs have the warriors' number. right now the number is 29. can you remember the last time
the year was 1997 and bea -- beanie babies were the rage and doll leet sheep was born. the warriors lost 28 straight games in san antonio and dating back to 1997 and trying to change that, richard jefferson and a nice pass to andry. captain jack. the exwarrior with a three. the big fund mental and tim duncun is like a hundred years old and still dwr. 25 points and 13 rebounds this 31 minutes of action. stop and pop. warriors close to within six.
can't stop him. 29 straight wins for san antonio against the doves in the alamo city. lebron is back in cleavland and going for the 24th straight win. a nice drive there. they were up by 27 and only to sela bron lead -- see lebron lead 5* furious come back. ray alan to ice it 98-95 miami. 24 straight, the second longest in nba history. to the ice, and third period and ryan jones taking it away from hot irwin and a wrap around. sharks fight back. the power play opportunity and his second of the game and it is 3-2. less than three minutes later and for the wrister and we are tied and it goes to over time. look at this double move
sharks with a much needed victory. the hp pavilion are going to be packed. they were one and done and they would like to stick around a little while. it is unusual to play a tournament game an hour from your campus. mike montgomery is not complaining. >> for our people there is a lot more excitement for us than there would be if we were in new york where we have been before. >> and two thank you niners go the a look at their new home. anquan boldin here and let's hear from him on his new team. >> the team lacks nothing. they are a talented team. they are a team that i played against in the super bowl. they are a team that is going to be competitive for years to come. >> abc7 sports brought to you by river rock casino.
weather. it will be dense in patches. breezy along the coach and temperatures upper 30s to upper 40s so cool as well. 40s and 50s at 8:00 a.m. mike niko4:00 to 7:00 a.m. tracking the fog. if you stayed up late to watch us this evening you may need a little extra kick in the morning. now a cough tee company may have you this mind. they call it death wish coffee. that's up lifting. it has 200% of the caffeine you would find in a normal cup of coffee. the makers say they have blended a bunch of beans from different areas to brew this neck snapping cup of coffee. that should get you going in the morning. that's this edition of abc news. news. from all of us here, th [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go.
>> dickey: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- halle berry, elle fanning and music from rdgldgrn with cleto and the cletones and now, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very nice. thank you for watching. thank you for joining me on this fantastic voyage. that's very nice. do we have spring breakers in the audience tonight? you have the week off. you know, the kids in china only get six minutes off for spring break. i hope you're enjoying yourself. most colleges in the united
states are on spring break this week. the kids go all the way to florida. they don't even stop to visit nana and grandpa. how does spring break work for people who get their degrees online? like the people who go to -- do they go to websites about the beach? i never really went to spring break. i feel like i didn't know about it. we couldn't afford mtv at my house. now i'm too old for it. but i'm not afratoo hold to sit my bathtub with a pack of wine coolers. is because of spring break there are a lot of people on spring break for hollywood. a lo the of people over the globe congress regait here. which makes this the ideal time to play one of my favorite games called "foreigner or not." >> you're not a foreigner, right, sal? >> i'm not. i want to congratulate you on