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of the alleged golden to catch a ll details in th of the alemged golden state killer. new court documents reveal how investigators tracked suspected murder and rapist joseph deangelo down, and how they lifted the dna from his car that led to his arrest. nbc bay area's ian cull joins us with the latest on the decades long investigation. >> reporter: it comes down to a stop at a store in april and a piece of trash. detectives had to literally dig
to find the key piece of evidence that confirmed dna from the accused killer's crime scene. tonight new information on how police caught 72-year-old joseph deangelo nearly four decades later. arrests records and warrants released tonight explain that once deangelo was a suspect, detectives tailed him to a lobby lobby in roseville. when he was inside, they lifted dna samples from his car door handle, then five days later outside of his house, they dug through his trash on the street and found a tissue. authorities say the two dna samples were connected to crimes in orange and ventura counties. deangelo was arrested the next day, april 24th. >> we're looking at 21 core markers. that's part of the fbi's system. he had 20 out of 21 that matche police officer in auburn, is accused of at least 12 murders and at least 57 sexual assaults
and rapes, all of them in the 1970s and 80s. the connected crimes of what people call the golden state killer and the east area rapist. he'd sneak into homes, tie up his vips and leave by jumping over fences. some of them deangelo has yet to be charged in, so the pages are mostly redacted. that new information from 173 pages of court documents. he's due back in court july 12th. >> thank you, ian. breaking news at this hour. a double stabbing on the vegas strip. investigator say two people were stabbed to death at the circus sir suss hotel and casino. officers were called to check on the couple after they didn't show up for a tour to the grand canyon, the couple on a tour bus from los angeles. we're expecting an update from police any minute. now to a change in the weather. get ready. it's about to get hot. this is a live look over dublin, which will see 90 degree heat
tomorrow and rising fire danger to go with it. chief meteorologist jeff ranieri is tracking the temperatures. jeff, these temperatures do have firefighters on alert tonight. >> and for good cause. we're going to see another 10 to 15 degree warm-up as we hit our saturday forecast. high pressure will continue to bring the heat and really start to arrive strong here once we hit saturday's forecast. now, the good news in all of this, we're not looking at extremely gusty winds. it will be breezy at times, 6 to 12 miles per hour. what we're looking at is the hot temperatures and low humidity. i want to get a look at the humidity. remember, the closer this is to zero, the drier the air, the faster a fire can get sparked. you can see humidity would be down to 19% tomorrow in concord. some of the highest fire danger is right here back across contra costa county. astarts off not too bad. 9:00 a.m., 72 degrees. but look at once we hit 1:00 p.m., 90. then 95 by 3:00 p.m.
if you're heading to the beach to escape this heat, we have wide ranging temperatures there. we'll let you know where it's best coming up at 11:19 tonight. >> if you want to know the conditions to expect before you step out the door, check out our nbc bay area app. it will let you know the forecast for where you're going. that's a good idea. new details tonight about that kitesurfer who died in the east bay. we first brought you this story as breaking news during our 6:00 newscast. it happened this afternoon at crown memorial state beach in alameda. the man's identity hasn't been released, but we have learned that he may have suffered a medical emergency. we spoke to one man who helped rescue that surfer and then dragged him to the beach. >> the gentleman was facedown in the water, and there was absolutely no sign of life from the guy. so i just did everything i could just to get him into the beach and we basically just let all our gear go so we could carry him. it took three or four people to pull him out of the water. >> bystanders performed cpr until the paramedics rushed him to the hospital where he later
died. scary moments at a south bay water park. a 12-year-old nearly drowned in the wave pool at raging waters in san jose. she was there for a field trip. a lifeguard pulled her from the water, began cpr, until the paramedics arrived. they rushed her to the hospital and luckily she is going to be okay. it is a heinous act caught on camera. a man kicking a stranger's dog into a wall in san francisco, leaving it with a fractured skull. that abuse caught by a street camera. tonight investigators are anxious to track that man down. jean elle is live in san francisco where the dog's owner, i can only imagine, has to be distraught. >> reporter: she is, jessica. she lives on the street. the dog's owner is homeless. she tells me she was hanging out in this alley this morning when a man who was fighting with a woman walked by and kicked her dog, puppet, right into that concrete wall. video of af man kicking a dog named puppet against a wall in san francisco is hard to watch.
it's a cruel moment that has turned linda coburn's life on the streets upside down. >> right over here and got my dog right here. >> he was not breathing? >> he was not breathing. he was not moving. >> reporter: animal care and control says puppet has a fractured skull. police are searching for this man. he was last seen walking down stephenson street toward third around 9:50 this morning. video shows the incident started when he was arguing and then getting physical with a woman in the alley. coburn says the man was yelling as he walked by and puppet barked. >> i'm trying to get him. he said, i'm going to kick him. he barked. >> reporter: she says nearby delivery people called police and tried to follow the man. police took puppet to an animal hospital. coburn says tonight will be her first night without her faithful companion in four years. >> puppet's the only thing that
gets me through. >> reporter: the security staff who work in this building say a woman who works here who has helped coburn in the past has offered to pay for puppet's care. police and animal care and control are eager to talk to that man. reporting live in san francisco, jean elle, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, jean. the smoke could be seen for miles. firefighters in oakland were quick to put out a fire at a live/work building on add line street. th it happened on the roof, but spread to the third story. firefighters had it under control in about a half an hour. no one was hurt. at this point they're looking into what happened. primary day is tuesday. bay area counties are gearing up. but recruiting poll workers for this election has become a challenge across the state, including here in the bay area. nbc bay area's sergio quintana joins us live in san francisco. that's one of the spots that's actually short on poll workers. >> reporter: yeah, they just actually finished up their last
training session for their poll workers tonight. and as of right now, they do have enough people for all 583 polling stations in the city come tuesday. these are all the ballot boxes that are ready to be sent out across the city. san francisco went into this primary season knowing it might be short on poll workers because of a calendar change at san francisco public schools. usually students are finished with classes by election day, but this year they'll be taking finals. >> usually we get around a thousand high school students each election. this election, we have only around 200. >> reporter: over the last few years, a population boom in california has posed a challenge for county registrars. in alameda county, they need at least 4,200 people to work the polls on election day. so far, they have just enough. for voters who can't get to the polls this tuesday, voting stations will be open over the weekend. >> it turns out i have a conference i need to attend next
tuesday. i was in sacramento, and i was thinking how am i going to vote? >> reporter: she rode her bike to drop off her ballot at this box outside the alameda county courthouse. >> voters can come in early. they can cast their ballot for any of the precincts that we have. >> reporter: sergio quintana, nbc bay area news. this weekend you have an opportunity to learn more about the gubernatorial race. set your dvr. tune in at noon on sunday. we're going to be rebroadcasting the debate we put on earlier this month. you can watch the top six candidates take on issues that matter to all californians. a historic image to go with an historic announcement. round two. the right hand man to north korean leader kim jong-un giving president trump a letter from the dictator himself. president trump and kim yong-chol met in the oval office for nearly 90 minutes today. when they emerged, they announced the june 12th summit between the u.s. and north korea was back on. the challenge now, critics say,
is keeping it on. >> the most important thing going forward is for the two leaders now to go into quiet mode. no tweeting. no propaganda statements and really focus on policy deliverables. >> the president expressed hope that the high stakes summit could start the end of north korea's nuclear program and an end to the longstanding korean war. still ahead, a deadly uber ride. police say a driver shot and killed a passenger on a busy freeway. the question is, could the next time you ride in an uber, will the driver be armed? headed to the beach this weekend? you may have some company in the water. the warning going out tonight with this video. temperatures continuing to warm up. right now compared to this time yesterday, we're running 8 to 11 degrees warmer. we'll let you know where it gets close to 100, and we'll have a look at that beach forecast and where it's going to be best. my forecast in about nine minutes.
lurking in the water near the pacifica pier, a 12 to 14 foot shark swimming along the beach and under the pier for hours. police say the shark, believed to be a great white, was first spotted around 12:30 this afternoon. lots of excitement, a little bit of fear too. >> he was real close. he was right next to and under the pier. it was kind of scary. i thought of jaws. >> police say they're asking visitors to be cautious, to be aware of their surroundings on the beach, especially with the warm weekend on the way. we're learning more about a startling attack earlier this week near santa cruz. this morning officers arrested a teenager accused of attacking three boys. it happened sunday morning at a house in aptos. police say a group of masked men hit the boys with a hammer while they were asleep in the garage. one of the boys is still in the hospital. one of those masked men is presumably that teenager that was arrested. an uber ride in denver ends
with a deadly shooting, the driver accused of killing his passenger. investigators are now trying to figure out just what happened inside that car. here's nbc's miguel almaguer. >> our caller is an uber driver stating he just shot a passenger. >> reporter: the early morning shooting just down denver's i-25 for hours. inside this car, police say 29-year-old michael hancock, an uber driver, shot and killed a man who appeared to be his passenger. it happened as the car was on this busy stretch of freeway. >> it appears there was some kind of conflict between an uber driver and his passenger. the passenger did suffer a gunshot wound or wounds and was transported to the hospital. >> reporter: according to a court document, at least ten rounds were fired. the victim hit multiple times, found lying on the floorboard of the front passenger seat. a witness telling investigators the suspect claims he was attacked by the passenger. tonight, uber says it's deeply
troubled by the policy prohibits riders and drivers from carrying firearms of any kind in a vehicle while using the app. nbc news spoke with the father of the driver, who says the suspect is licensed to carry a concealed weapon in colorado, though police would not confirm it. tonight the uber driver, a young father of two and a college student, is behind bars. miguel almaguer, nbc news. new accusations of dangerous conditions at tesla's plant in fremont. workers now claim that the employees spoke anonymously to cnbc. they say since 2014 there have been four fires. the most recent happened in april and was reportedly so bad it halted model 3 production. the employees say improper cleaning, maintenance, and insufficient training are to blame along with a pressure packed environment inside the plant. tesla, however, says the systems in place are there to lower the
risk of incidents and improve overall safety for its employees. investigators are still trying to piece together how a patient with dementia ended up disappearing from a city run care facility and then dying in a stairwell at sf general. tonight we asked our investigative unit to take a closer look at the facility's inspection records. our own jeanette wang shows us what they uncovered. >> reporter: nbc bay area's jackson vander beckon has learned the state's community care licensing division and public health department are both investigating the death of a 75-year-old woman found in an engineering building at san francisco general hospital. ruby lee andersen's body was discovered wednesday, ten days after she failed to return to a city-run residential care facility for the elderly located at the hospital. our investigative unit has learned she was likely alive for several days after she wandered away. the state licensing agency tells us the investigation is looking into whether the facility
followed state regulations regarding the care of a resident. >> that's a big deal. there's something wrong with that. there's something that needs to be done so that this doesn't happen again. >> reporter: pat mcginnis is head of california advocates for nursing home reform. she wants to know why andersen, who reportedly had dementia, was not labeled as high risk when she was first reported missing. >> obviously you're there because you need care and supervision. if that's not high risk, i don't know what is. >> reporter: our review of the inspection records reveals past questions about care and monitoring at the facility. back in 2016, licensing authorities investigated an allegation of lack of supervision resulting in a resident being found in the middle of the street. at that time a doctor told inspectors residents were free to come and go through an unalarmed exit. ulthmately deemed inconclusive. later that same year, another resident was found to have untreated chronic conditions. inspectors determined that staff practices a hands off approach to encourage residents'
independence. the resident in that case ended up in the er, and the facility was cited for neglect. mcginnis says she understands the facility's residents are allowed to come and go under current law but believes there should be limits. >> they are still, under law, required to provide care and supervision. otherwise, you can live in a hotel. >> reporter: the public health department sent us a statement saying after the second inspection, it made some changes and is now in full compliance and licensed by the state. janelle wang, nbc bay area news. >> if you have a story for our investigative unit, you can call 888-996-tips or visit our website. nt couple of ff ranieri to days. we're going to see that warm-up. >> it's on the way. we had temperatures go a little more today than tomorrow. a 10 to 15 degree jump coming our way. our microclimate forecast, you can see tonight we are fog-free as that warmer, drier air starts
to edge closer to the bay area. any kind of fog is just evaporating, so it's not able to move in. 59 degrees currently. notice we hold on to those clear skies all the way through tomorrow morning with temperatures down to the mid-50s. high pressure again is the main reason why temperatures will be warming up. the key change tomorrow as high pressure moves right on top of the bay area, it forces some compressional heating down to the service. those air molecules move around. it creates friction and adds a lot of heat to our atmosphere. it's not going to get hot everywhere, though. we'll keep the coastal breeze. most of the coast will be in the 60s. the only spot that wouldn't be is santa cruz with temperatures, 70 to about 80 degrees depending on the beach spot you pick. so either one of those could be good for you if you're headed off to the coastline. let's get you the particulars as we head throughout our saturday forecast. we will start off mostly sunny here and kind of a cool start. 62 in the south bay, in the tri-valley also at 60s. more 60s as well for the north bay and the east bay.
the chilliest would be san francisco at 53. it starts off nice. once we hit the afternoon tomorrow, temperatures again on a quick climb, even right throughout the south bay, we're going to see 90s return tomorrow. might be a little uncomfortable down in san jose. up to 90. los gatos at 91. hottest weather, however, i've actually bumped up temperatures a few more degrees, would be right here in contra costa county. up to 97 in concord. if you're out in the sun, it's going to feel like 100 degrees, so make sure to drink plenty of is high, so maybe save the barbecuing for another weekend when it's cooler and take yourself out to dinner. over to oakland, looking good at 79 degrees. right through the coast, again big contrast here. 63 in half moon bay. you got a warmer 86 in palo alto. san francisco getting in on a little bit of 70 degree action from the embarcadero to the mission and right through marin, napa, sonoma counties, warmest weather from napa tontosono nov.
mill valley coming in at 86. san francisco sees things cool down by sunday. i have some fog coming in there once we hit sunday morning. then we'll cool off as we head throughout the next several days. for cities away from the coast, it's not going to last too long. you can see that 95 there on saturday, down to 92 on sunday. then we'll see a mix of 70s and 80s return next week. i don't hear too many boos there coming from the tv. so this looks pretty good over the next seven days. >> you're very popular right now. thank you, jeff. up next, caught on camera. a lucky landing. what forced a pilot to bring her plane down right in a california neighborhood. and we have jimmy. >> hey, guys. from this is us, justin hartley is here tonight. plus we have julie bowen and thank you notes. do not change the channel. it's good. happening now, the popular restaurant chain buffalo wild wings confirmed someone hacked its twitter account.
the hacker posted racial slurs and other profanities. the offensive tweets have been deleted and the company spokesman has apologized for the hack. back with more news in a moment. loudspeaker. the new effort to secure train crossings. but the people watching - are far, far away. and what )s next after a hot weekend? kari )s updated forecast ahead f the new week. )today in the bay ) - monday - 4:30 to my name is tony thurmond. education isn't the goal, - it's the gateway. hold the key... to every child's opportunity. we reject trump's attacks on our public schools. and invest in the teachers dreamers. modernize our curriculum and empower educators to teach beyond the test because creativity and critical thinking are as important as facts and figures. i'm tony thurmond the work starts now. state superintendent.
when the worst oil spill hit san francisco, first responders went to work. and mayor gavin newsom, he went to hawaii. man: newsome left the day after the spill for a four-day vacation in hawaii. the same gavin who said his job as lieutenant governor was so dull, he only showed up for work at the state capitol one day a week, tops. gavin's not gonna work as governor. a follow-up now to a richmond man whose body was found at the bear valley ski
resort last month. an autopsy found that thomas ma died of a heart attack, but a big fall could have played a role. the 65-year-old disappeared while skiing at bear valley in march. when the snow melted, his body was found at the bottom of a rocky cliff next to an advanced ski run. they don't know if malarkey had the heart attack before or after that fall. some tense moments in southern california when a plane was forced to make an emergency landing on a city street. this is surveillance video of the plane right there coming down and narrowly avoiding crashing into that pickup truck. this happened in huntington beach. you can see it fly by there. the pickup truck swerves out of the way. the pilot reported engine problems five miles short of john way airport. they say she managed to land her cessna 172 without hitting power lines or traffic. no one was hurt. not even the plane damaged. up next, the odd reason a giants star had to leave the game early, and the latest on the warriors andon's kla
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braus bochy says belt is at the hospital being evaluated for appendicitis. second baseman joe panik making the phillies panic in his return, going 2 for 3 with two walks and an rbi. six shutout iepgs pitched and struck out seven batters. the homestand with the win beating the phillies 4-0. a's in kansas city taking on the royals and the oakland bats exploded for 16 runs to match their season high. matt olson and fowler each hit two home runs. the a's take the royals 16-0. the warriors are hopeful that both of the splash brothers will be on the court at oracle for game two of the nba finalsin the first quarter of last night's game when klay thompson went down with a leg injury. he went to the locker room before coming back to the game.
he was at the team's facility today getting some treatment. he said it's actually not his knee but his ankle that's sore. here's what he said after game one about playing on sunday. >> no damage. x-rays negative. so i'm happy about that, and i'm just looking forward to getting 100% in these couple of days because i'm not missing sunday. >> game two at the oracle on sunday.
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okay. fresh off last night's game one win, the warriors are spending time with kids in the east bay. you can see it there. the reigning nba champs helped open a learn and play zone at the boys and girls club of san leandro. steph curry, kevin durant both on hand. >> teaching them about basketball. if they want to play ball, of course that's a great option. but so much to do out here if you really put your mind to it, and that's the message we're trying to give off. >> having a lot of fun. swaggy p getting into the groove with kids. more than 1,100 learn and play zones have been created. >> they had that huge game and they're donating all that time. >> how much fun. >> very awesome. >> all right, jeff. >> good weather tomorrow. if you like the heat, you can go
inland. we've got 95 degrees. if you want to go to the coastline, 60s for most of the coast. beaches tomorrow, warmest would be santa cruz, anywhere from 70 to 80 degrees. once we hit sunday, down to 92. through next week, we have a mix of 70s and 80s returning. real quick, if you're looking for an nbc bay area sponsored event -- >> oh, yes. all right. that's going to do it for us. have a great weekend. stay safe. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- julie bowen, justin hartley,