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new detailsof why the wife of a principal snapped and pulled the trigger. two women met at this starbucks and realized they had 28 other siblings. a community is coming together after crooks wiped a small business clean. "abc7 news" starts right now. >> live where you live, this is "abc7 news." >> new details tonight on a killing of an east bay principal. the man's wife, who was charged with mhis murder, her husband said just shoot me. and she says she just snapped. >> our reporter joins us with what court documents are revealing. >> reporter: these court
documents reveal that she said her husband gave her the gun and said to her to shoot him, something that according to her, he had said to her before. exactly two weeks after he was shot by his wife inside their home. court documents obtained revealed her side of the story. >> he was a great man. and i don't see him saying those things that i'm hearing. i don't. i don't. but who knows what happens behind closed doors? >> reporter: according to the court documents they got into an argument at home. she said she should leave him for someone better and handed her the gun to shoot him. their 6-year-old son was laying on the bed. >> i'm thinking about the little one there, and right now they're parentless. they're parentless. they have older siblings.
>> reporter: he's the father of eight children. she revealed to the court that she snapped and said she put the gunnen an inch from his head and shot him. >> there's certainly a lot to go through. it's a terrible case, and really sad for both parties involved. we understand that we're trying to respect that, and we're ultimately helping the victim out. >> reporter: outside of their home, neighbors and friends and students left flowers. his neighbors said paul loved his wife. >> he always told me, you need to find a maria. >> reporter: maria entered a not guilty plea today and remains in custody with bail set at over $2 million. in the south bay, owners of a small family owned mobile tire service business say they were targeted by criminals. the video shows the moment a stolen trailer belonging to a.r. mobile tire was dumped inside
nearly every piece of machinery, gone. amanda del castillo has this story. >> reporter: building a small business in silicone valley isn't easy. they created a.r. mobile tire shop last february. they invested their own cash to make it happen. >> we just had to do something different, like something that someone doesn't see very often. >> reporter: an on demand tire shop that travels to you. the operation was made easier with this work trailer. at around 3:30 thursday morning, the center of the entire operation was stolen outside his home. he woke up and ran out at the sound of rdragging chains. >> we couldn't find anyone. that's when it started to hit me like it's really gone. >> reporter: the community raised a small portion of what was stolen through this go fund me campaign. eight miles away, and hours later, surveillance cameras
caught this coordinated effort from a group of criminals. you can see several suvs parked, drivers keeping watch as the trailer is dumped, the trailer cleaned out. >> it was tore down in a matter of minutes. yeah, it was just very heartbreaking. >> reporter: the crooks worked quickly. outside, they removed business decals, the license plates and busted taillights. inside, they cleaned out close to $20,000 worth of equipment. he says moving forward, he and his two partners are going to keep the trailer under tight security, even if that means sleeping inside of it. amanda del castillo, "abc7 news." police just released body cam video of a fatal officer involve shooting last month. [ gunfire ] >> cease-fire. >> police say 21-year-old willie mccoy was asleep in his car, and officers were called to the
scene and surrounded the car. when mccoy woke up, police say he reached for a gun on his lap. they shot him more than 20 times. the attorney is calling it excessive force and the family called it execution. b.a.r.t. police arrested a 16-year-old suspect accused of killing a 17-year-old girl in a shooting last night around 10:30. this is an isolated incident that did not involve passengers, and an investigation showed the conflict started on oakland city streets and the suspect and victim knew each other. this was parent's day in court, for the college admissions scandal, six bay area parents appeared in court in boston. a total of 15 parents were in court today. so far 33 have been charged in this sweeping scandal that has touched elite universities from coast to coast. the i-team's melanie woodrow was in boston for today's proceedings.
>> reporter: parents accused of paying for their children to lie and cheat, surrounded by atorneys today and not saying a word. napa vineyard owner's daughter, a purported usc water polo player. allegedly concerned about this blowing up in my face. is this what you meant by blowing up in your face? also appearing, his friend, now fired from his job at tpg growth. he is accused of paying for cheating scheme and the recruitment scheme. his son, a purported usc football player. the judge declied the request to take an already planned international april family vacation. his pr rep saying his son has a learning disability. diane and todd make covering that face with umbrellas.
did you pay to help your child get into school? margie clapper accused of paying $15,000 for the college entrance exam scheme after her son scored a 30 out of 36, she told rick singer, omg, i guess he's not testing again. and marcie of hillsboro, accused of paying for the testing and recruiting scheme. she told singer she and her spouse, former san francisco 49er lou pa tella, were grateful for his services. are you still laughing about it? all of the families who appeared today waived their right to a preliminary hearing. in boston, melanie woodrow, "abc7 news." lyft has become the first ride handling startup to go public. connu
ugh the end of the closing bell. lyft had a good first day, starting at $72 a share, ending the trading day at just above $78 a share. experts say it's just the start of the tech ipo tidal wave, with other countries to follow suit. abc 7 is committed to building a better bay area. next week, we'll be looking at how these rideshare companies have changed the landscape here and will focus on traffic, safety, and the drivers themselves, even with today's lyft ipo, many find themselves struggling to make a living. >> they've taken more than 50%. more than 50%. >> rideshare realities starts on sunday night and continues all next week as we examine the issues and challenges the industry is facing here in the bay area. a whole new meaning tonight to the phrase "cuckoo for coko puffs." what officers found inside the
cereal. it started with one sister and dna result revealed shocki results. the governor plans to fix the long waits at the dmv and the price tag to do it. and what you've been waiting for, sunshine and warmth for the weekend. temperatures are coming up. >> thank you, sandhya. first, here's a look at what's coming up tonight on "jimmy kimmel live." >> watch this, if it's the last thing you do. nobody wants to have a seflty with me, cleary. >> you know what? i'm going to let you take a selfie with everyone in our audience.
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a suspect led law enforcement on a wild hours long chase that ended in burbank. at one point, the driver started going the wrong way on interstate 5. he was crashing into police cars and other vehicles. eventually wedging himself between three cars. that set off a tense stand off with police. officers shot at the suspect before he was subdued and arrested. the reason for this chase? unknown. >> scary. now to the amazing scotory two men who grew up asen only child. after taking a dna test, they learned they were sisters. >> then they found out they had 28 more brothers and sisters. our reporter spoke with two of them and shares their incredible journey. >> reporter: if you asked shauna harrison how many brothers and sisters she has, she may not be able to answer. >> i'm lie no, yeah, yes.
about 29 of them. >> reporter: at age 27, shauna learned her dad wasn't her biological father. >> i had been asking a lot of questions about health. >> reporter: she tried an ancestry site and found out the donor was jewish, of russian descent. now at age 41, she went back to the site two years ago after learning about advancements to dna science. >> the next day i get an e-mail from one of the signallings that says hey, it looks like we're related. >> reporter: there was a total of eight others. 2 1/2 years later, the family keeps growing. >> just about a month ago maybe, there was three within two weeks. >> reporter: now, there's a total of 30 brothers and sisters. >> turned out i was number 15. >> reporter: judy met shauna for the first time two years ago in sunnyvale. she said there was an instant connection. >> it's just nice to have smeone else at the same place and you have the same history. it's fun. >> reporter: both used the word
"weird" to describe the situation. there are struggles. not everyone is ready to be part of the extended family. but there's a facebook page for the siblings, a spread sheet to keep track of the birthdays. >> it's just nonstop, and it's -- i don't think that this is going to be it, right? i think it's just going to continually happen. probably for the rest of my life. >> reporter: the new ones that show up, they say they're ready to welcome as family. >> here's your welcome package. i'm larry. there have been four confirmed cases of measles in the bay area this month. santa clara county has two reported cases. a county resident contracted the infection while traveling abroad, which is not related to the case reported on tuesday. that one involves an international traveler who visited eight south bay cities last week. the third measles case was reported in alameda county yesterday and one in san francisco earlier this month. the governor has asked
california lawmakers for $208 million to fix the dmv. this after a finance audit found the agency failed to properly plan for the rollout of the real i.d. federally required license updates. the governor wants to improve long lines and customer service problems at the agency. the dmv would use it to hire more employees and update computers to accept credit cards. chp officers found an illegal surprise inside some cereal boxes. officers stopped 45-year-old jose cardanes for having tinted windows. they decided to search his car, and instead of finding cocoa puffs, they found a kilo of cocaine in each, worth a total of $120,000. he was arrested and booked into county jail. get the sunglasses out? maybe some shorts? >> all of that. tank tops. the sun's out.
sandhya patel is here to tell us about the weekend. >> it is going to be a beautiful, warmer weekend, larry and ama. i want to show you a time lams here. you remember this afternoon, we started to see a little bit of a sign of what's to come this weekend, and it was a mix of sunshine with clouds. these are just reheated leftovers. di see the clouds develop this afternoon as we had heating from the sun, then we started to see the clearing skies. as we head towards the weekend, you'll be seeing a lot more blue sky. as a matter of fact, it's going to be stunning this spring weekend. so let's check out the temperatures. we're going to sample a few cities here. by noontime, santa rosa, san jose in the low 60s. temperatures will rise up into the upper 60s and low 70s. so it's really going to be a nice looking weekend. storms are going to take some time off. east bay hills camera, a lovely view as we look across the bay tonight. and there is no rain on our
radar tonight. temperatures right now, 40s, 50s across the region. here's another live picture from our camera and crisp start in the morning with patchy fog. sunnier and warmer this weekend with april showers returning next week. so the patches of fog, east bay valleys first thing in the morning, temperatures in the you are the -- in the 40s, 50s. in the afternoon, short sleeves, shorts, shades, you'll need it all. 67 in santa cruz, and 689 in santa clara. these are the south bay temperatures. gilroy 71. on the senpeninsula, 65. on the coastline, low 60s. beautiful in downtown san francisco. 63 degrees. 61 in the sunset district. 50s at the beaches. how about low 70s, napa, santa rosa. doesn't get much better than this. in the east bay, oakland, 66.
hayward, caster valley, 67 degrees. inward, concord 70. 69 in livermore. all right. i want to show you the beach forecast, because some of you may want to hit the beach. high uv indecision, 67 in monterey. next week, this is not an april fool's joke, we have rain chances april 1st, monday night going into tuesday morning, a little bit of a break on wednesday before more wet weather returns on thursday. right now, the strongest of the storms looks like friday, april 5th. track temperatures and live doppler 7 any time you want. the forecast, milder saturday, warming up on sunday, mid 70s. late monday into tuesday, some wet weather, and more rainy days thursday and friday. i don't think we should worry about that. just enjoy the weekend for now.
at 20 to 60 percent off specialty store prices, every day. at ross. yes for less. a real spectacle earlier today at a long beach harbor. as many as five whales were spotted just going for a morning swim. >> that is awesome. this time of the year, it is gray whales that are making the epic journey to alaska, some traveling 10,000 miles. there have been numerous sightst along the bay area coast. nature. anthony flores is handling sports. you got to see the end of the warriors game. >> the ws are crying foul after tonight's game. just ahead, the warriors lose an overtime thriller in minnesota. some questions at the end of this one. is it a foul
the warriors are leaving minnesota disappointed and frustrated after a couple of questionable calls by the ref at the end of an overtime thriller. game over, right? not so fast. not when you have steph curry. second three of o.t. makes it a three-point game. still a three-point game with five seconds to go. watch closely, kevin durant fouled before the shot. he drains it. could have been a four-point play. durant can't believe it was not called in the act of shooting. so another inbounds play for the warriors. curry going to work, hits the three ball from the corner
pocket. at 130-130.t it a half second to go, minnesota inbound. durant called for holding on carl anthony towns. he makes one free throw, and that's it. the ws lose 131-130, the war yost are 0-5 in overtime games this season. steve kerr not sure how they missed that call. >> in any league, that's a good bucket and free throw. not just the nba. >> looking back at those calls over and over and still don't understand either one of those. >> he's so good with his whistle, he called it before i shot the ball. he's one of the greatest refs of all-time. to baseball, giants changing things up. buster posey at first. bottom three, padres up 2-0. derek holland gives up a home run to make it 3-0 pads. holland gives up three runs in
four. first run of the season for the giants. longoria hits a home run, and the giants had the go-ahead run at the plate in the ninth, but two strikeouts to end it. the high strikeout call on brandon belt. nobody in orange likes that. 4-1 the final. angels and a's. matt chapman nearly drops his defensive trophy of the year. nice save. that would be ironic. chris davis with his second homer, and the fans loving it in oakland. a's up 2-0. but in the eighth, the pen what a rare moment of looking human and cough up the lead. the angels beat the a's 6-2 the final. oakland falls to 1-3 on the season. this sports report is sponsored by river rock casino. something tells me tomorrow, steve kerr, kevin durant and steph curry are going to be writing out checks to the nba.
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