tv KPIX 5 News at 11PM CBS March 13, 2018 1:37am-2:13am PDT
tonight: our first look at the police body camera video. now at 11:00, is this deadly bay area police shooting justified. tonight our first look at the police body cam video, i'm ken bastida. >> i'm elizabeth cook. kpix 5 joe vazquez shows us the confrontation between community members and san francisco
police and a warning, the video is graphic. >> the police town hall meeting here at caesar chavez school has been tense. the crowd angry at times. san francisco police released body cam video showing last week's officer-involved shooting and the moments leading up to it. a group of three people involved in a robbery in the mission district last tuesday night just before 11:00. that's 19-year-old aldolfo delgado. officers arrived and stopped the same car nearby. delgado is ordered to come up with his hands up. officers threatened to shoot him if he doesn't comply. he puts one hand up, but not the other. they told him to show his other hand. officers eventually fire a non- lethal round, a bean bag round,
but he still doesn't comply. police say he fired one shot at police. officers returned fire. >> preliminary evidence indicates ten officers fired their weapons. and fired approximately 99 rounds from their firearms. >> police also showed the crowd this exclusive video obtained by kpix 5, which shows him firing the first shot and then a barrage of bullets from police. a family member scolded the police department insisting they didn't have to kill him. >> look at him in the eyes. tell me you're sorry because you're not. >> the crowd got angry seeing the bullets fly.
a spokesperson asked the public not to define him for his last moments on earth. >> whatever you may see of his last five minutes, that's not who he was. that's 19 more years of him. >> reporter: joe vazquez, kpix 5. tonight a plea for justice from the family of the man killed by a bart police officer. community activist and relatives of 28-year-old shaleen pindle packed the citizens review board in oakland. in january, he fought with another man outside the west oakland bart station. police say he refused to drop a gun. then officer joseph matoo shot him. tonight his familyurges the review board to take action. >> look everybody in their eyes and pray it is on your heart, soul, mind that you do the right thing. >> i'm not confident that this process is going to deliver the type of justice that you want to see. >> the board says it doesn't
have the authority to fire officers. discipline for bart police officers is largely an internal process. switching gears tonight, the rain returned to these downpours, drenching emeryville this evening. right now most of the bay area is getting a break from the wet weather, but it will not last for too long. here is kpix 5 brian hackney. brian? >> reporter: boy what a difference a day makes. i mean even this morning we started out with mostly sunny skies. but a double barrel low means we'll get wet all the way through the end of the week. unsettled weather all week long with a few showers now over the santa cruz mountains that you see on the left hand corner of your screen. that's what will be coming in as we head towards the morning commute. but at the moment they show it is dry mostly over the south bay and the east bay. but here comes more on the time lapse as you can see the showers will begin to light up doppler. and so futurecast will set up pretty much when it will happen by about 8:00 tomorrow morning. we will get another band of
showers moving through right on top of the morning commute. and by the time it all heads out to the mountains, it'll turn into as much as three feet of snow. we will have the latest on the timing and the mountains as we cover your forecast in a few minutes. >> sounds like a plan, brian, thanks. the san francisco sheriff's department has confirmed tonight twice last week i.c.e. agents were allowed inside the jail to interview inmates. now that's a direct violation of state laws as well as jail policy. kpix 5 kailen glasper is here to -- katie nielsen is here to explain what happened. >> reporter: she acknowledges i.c.e. agents were allowed into the jail to question inmates twice last thursday. one inmate refused to speak to the agents, but a second did speak to them and his public defender says there are irreversible consequences. >> we understand the i.c.e. agents went in with no lawyer present. they asked him questions, asked him who he was, and asked him to sign a piece of paper, which
he did. and then there was a detainer placed on him. >> reporter: san francisco's public defender says the man who cooperated with i.c.e. was one of his clients. >> and that person had a detainer placed on him. meaning they will be held in custody by i.c.e., which is irreversible. >> reporter: attorneys questioned the deputies when they saw what was happening last thursday. >> my lawyers approached the deputy and said hey what are you doing? why are you letting these i.c.e. officers in. the deputies said oh, i'll let them in like anyone else. >> reporter: but there are state laws as well as sanctuary cities and jail policies in place are to prevent letting i.c.e. agents interview inmates. he wants to know how and why this happened. >> i can't imagine somebody who is working for the sheriff's department isn't aware of the policy. it is a very simple one. they are not to cooperate with i.c.e. >> reporter: vicky hennessey
saying any breach is a serious matter. we made a mistake, and as the sheriff i hold myself responsible. >> i hope this wasn't a situation of deputies acting on their own sort of as i.c.e. vigilantes, you know, that would be ground for discipline. i trust the sheriff when she says these are officers who were not trained. if it happens again, my feelings will be different. >> now the sheriff says the i.c.e. agents came back to the jail today, but this time deputies refused to let them in. the sheriff says she is still going to provide more training to the deputies, so they all clearly understand the policy and do not let i.c.e. agents interact with the inmates. katie nielsen, kpix 5. tomorrow president trump makes his first trip to california since taking office. he will start by looking at prototypes for a proposed border wall. that upcoming visit prompted protest today in san diego against the president's immigration policies and the
wall in particular. activists plan ared larger demonstrations tomorrow. meanwhile here in the bay area, a state assemblyman wants to make it harder to build the wall. >> california has a slew of tax credits, which we offer companies. this would say if you want to build the wall, you don't get access to any of those tax credits. we think it is a very strong message. we don't believe the taxpayers dollars should go into building that wall. >> according to a new cbs news poll, just 38% of americans favor building a border wall. 60% oppose. but among republicans, support is at 77%. just 20% disapprove. in a statement tonight, the los angeles police department says it will be heavily deployed throughout the city to ensure the state transport of the president and secure locations he will be visiting. a republican party official says president trump will also raise about $5 million for his reelection bid at a fundraiser in los angeles tomorrow.
well tonight republicans on the house intelligence committee say russian president vladimir putin did not try to help president trump win the 2016 election. that's according to the republican draft report. this contradicts earlier findings from u.s. intelligence i.c.e. agencies. president trump tweeted in all caps tonight, the committee found no evidence of collusion or coordination between the trump campaign and russia. >> what they did today is inviting another attack by with the russians and any other adversaries with similar capabilities against us this fall. >> the democrats on the house panel are expected to put out their own report. the white house has a plan aimed at preventing school shootings. leaving out some of the pledges president trump recently made. as kpix 5 betty yu reports, it supports the training and arming of some teachers. >> reporter: the trump administration has released its plan for new gun policies meant
to make schools safer one month after the shooting in parkland, florida. after the massacre at a florida high school, president trump vowed to get tough on guns and publicly supported raising the age to buy assault weapons from 18 to 21. >> it doesn't make sense that i have to wait until i'm 21 to get this happened gun. i don't know. >> reporter: now less than two weeks since a statement, he is back pedaling. the president is not asking congress to raise the minimum age. >> you can't make them happen with the broad stroke of the pen. you have to have some congressional component to do some of these things. without that support, it is not as possible. >> reporter: on twitter this morning, the president wrote that raising the age limit has little political support right now. arming teachers, fixing the background check systems are both policies supported by the nra. >> i think it will be ridiculous to arm teachers. we don't need weapons in the
classroom. we need school supplies. we need training, but not on guns. >> reporter: i spoke to teachers at documentary screening in san jose tonight. >> i have been a teacher since 1985. i have cerebral palsy on the right side of my body. everyone who knows me, they think would you want me to have a gun? obviously i'm not trained for that. none of russian. >> reporter: education secretary and billionaire betty devos says arming teachers should be considered. separately she struggled to answer basic questions on our nation's school on 60 minutes last night. >> have you seen the really bad schools and maybe figure out what they are doing? >> i have not. i have not intentionally visited schools that are underperforming. >> betsy devos knows nothing about schools. she is trying to corporatize education, so it could be sold off to the highest bidder.
sheriff investigators say this combat veteran killed three people at a bay area veterans home. tonight we're hearing from one of the victim's families. this hit and run in san jose is all caught on camera. tonight the search for the driver. s.w.a.t. teams swarmed this bay area neighborhood after a series of violent home invasions. tonight sheriff deputies say the intruders knew ex
veterans facility... some new developments in the investigation of the shooting of the three hostages at a north bay veterans facility. veronica de la cruz has new information from authorities. veronica? >> reporter: the yountville sheriff's office had no reports of a gunman showing any troubling signs of violence. albert wong took three staff members hostage at the pathway home friday and killed all of them. christin christian loeber, jennifer gonzales, and jennifer golick. >> i feel sadness throughout my entire body. i woke up yesterday morning crying in my sleep. when i got up, i was still crying and i am still crying inside and i will be forever. >> wong was a combat veteran. he trouble following the rules of the pathway home and the reason why he was kicked out.
>> when they come back, they need to be okay physically and mentally. we need to do a better job making their their mental health is as good as their physical health. >> the pathway home remains indefinitely. residents have been moved to other facilities. tonight police are looking for the driver who took off after hitting a young girl in a crosswalk. surveillance video shows the girl flying up onto the hood of the car as it turned into her. she was able to get up as a witness stopped to help her. a police source tells us she is 12 years old. another camera angle shows a car slowing for a moment before driving away. five armed robbery suspects are on the loose tonight after a series of violent home invasions in the north bay. the apparent motive was
marijuana. >> reporter: it all started in this petaluma neighborhood shortly after 3:00 a.m. when an armed group of nine people broke into several homes demanding pot. >> these suspects went door to door, kicking in doors, tied up at least one person, pistol whipped them, looking for marijuana. however none of the three homes that were involved were selling, growing, involved in the marijuana industry in any way. >> reporter: off camera neighbors say there used to be a marijuana grow here, but it moved a few months ago. in this satellite image, you can clearly see what looks like marijuana plants growing inside a fenced area. and so when the suspects didn't find what they were after, deputies say they left the neighborhood, refusing to pull over for police, and instead leading them on a chase. one car pulled over at the san marin exit on 101 southbound where deputies say the group ran into the wood hollow drive neighborhood. >> there were guns located in the vans. three guns located in and around the minivan at the site of the traffic here on 101 in
san marin. >> the second car fled into the parking lot of novato. some of them flew in from north carolina to steal marijuana. >> it's cheap, easier to get. there's a lot of it. and they can rip it off here in california and take it across state line and make two, three times the profit. this is not the first time it has happened. just over a month ago there was a group of five people who broke in looking for marijuana also. all, but one of them was from out of town. deputies are looking into where these situations could be connected. and we will keep you updated on what they discover. emily turner, kpix 5. conservative writer ann coulter will talk about her
continuing support for president trump and his administration. a group called the liberty forum of silicon valley is hosting that speech at a local community center. it is already sold out. 450 people are expected to show up. security will be tight with both police and private guards out in force. just last spring, coulter canceled a speech at uc berkeley because of concerns on protests turning violent. a powerful storm is taking aim at southern california tonight. they are not taking chances by any areas hit by deadly mud slides earlier this year. we have more from montecito where many neighborhoods are under mandatory evacuation orders. >> reporter: many homes along olive hill road still feel the pain from the montecito mud slides. tonight they sit empty once again as residents were told to get out hours before fast approaching storm is expected to hit tuesday morning.
>> it's stressful thinking what could happen. >> reporter: tessa beck is leaving the home she lives in to stay with a friend. she and many residents of the born area are under a mandatory evacuation order. authorities are making sure they left in case the rain delivers mud flows. >> it is really hard because you see a lot of people going through this. >> reporter: the mud slides in january that injured many and caused so much damage, freshened the minds of the people who lived here. in the gas station, we spoke to richie holly who is gassing up, heading out. >> i have no words for this. that's all you can see. and here it goes again, too much devastation. his house is near the mapped tour evacuation zone, decided to stay put for to want and he's prepared. >> i went to pick up more water. now it's the tank that's full sox we are good.
>> but it won't be a peaceful night's rest at least first thing in the morning. >> reporter: chp will be monitoring the storm on tuesday morning. when they decide public safety is at risk, they will be closing the 101 freeway immediately without any notice. reporting in montecito, i'm rachel kim for kpix 5. and yeah the same system that's driving our weather is driving theirs as well down in santa barbara county. ours for the moment has dried up, but there will be more on the way before sunrise tomorrow morning. latest on the kpix high-def doppler shows not much in the central bay area. a few light showers popping up over there. for the santa cruz mountains, for a moment the first wave we had go through has dried up. it is not that cold, not yet. concord's got 64 degrees here at 20 minutes after 11:00 at night. and a double barrel low will continue to drive our weather and the rain all week long. all the way through saturday. so there is this fundamental shift in the pattern that's offshore. futurecast shows the next band
of rain is going to be coming in just in time for the morning commute tomorrow. so a fairly decent cold front will be on the way. really more of a disturbance coming through and it will be wave after wave of rain. so it will pour, it is up. italy is up. that's the pattern for the rest of the week with more on thursday. so in terms of totals between now and thursday morning, an inch and a half in the north bay. half an inch in the east bay and south bay. santa cruz mountains could pick up two inches. of course in the mountains it would have turned to snow. three feet of snow by wednesday night. travel delays are likely and more snow behind that with these successful waves of moisture coming through. so off and on rain tonight. winds will be picking up. we had gusts up to 35 miles an hour. it will be a wet and breezy morning commute. showers will continue unsettled right through saturday. and here is how it looks in terms of highs tomorrow. temperatures in the upper 50s and the lower 60s. 58 in san francisco. in the extended forecast, we'll
be looking for rain tomorrow morning, scattered showers for the rest of the day tomorrow. then for wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, every day, we are going to have some rain before it finally begins to dry up by the time we hit about sunday, monday. >> all right, yeah. it will be a wet one. >> well, we need the rain. >> we will get it. >> thanks, brian. emotional support for stressed out students. being a student can be very stressful. tonight, the llama therapy. >> here are tonight's guests on the late show with stephen colbert. the cbs bay area spelling bee is this saturday. it will air at noon on kbcw 44 cable 12. it will also stream live on the
students. >> that's right, it's a group of llamas. students got the chance to cuddle, pet, and take a selfie with these animals. the university says they are specially trained to help deal with stress and even depression. and in the past, the school tried the therapy dogs, but an organizer said they needed to go big this year. >> so we have done therapy dog events before on campus, but it ends up being a couple of dogs and a lot of stressed out students. this time we decided to go with something bigger with the llamas, something different to get people to come outside, leave the library or hospital for a little bit. >> reporter: the animals are from llamas of circle home in sonora. >> did you see the llama wrangler there? he looked like santa claus. >> i did not see him. maybe it's his part-time job. >> i feel calmer watching them. >> yes, it is cute. now coming up in sports, the sharks trying to solidify a
joanne boyle and tennessee in south carolina on friday. in the nba, james harden and the rockets playing host to the spurs. he falls down giving him a wide open three. and the rockets win 109-93. they now lead golden state by two games. san antonio's loss clinched the warriors a playoff spot. sharks hosting the red wings with 14 games left in this season. all in the span of two seconds as brandon dillon fires and just gets a stick on it with his first goal as the sharks hold on to win 5-3. one of the main selling points was a chance to play are the seahawks twice a year.
but after being cut by seattle, he is ready to turn the tables on the sea hawks and his fans saying i'm going to try my best to ruin their day, and instead of getting upset with me, how about you get upset with the people who forced he to go? if one job fires you and another offers you a great position, then i highly doubt most people would go back to their old jobs for a lot less money, but i know a lot of 49er fans will have a little bit of a tough time dealing with sherman coming. >> until he makes a quick play. >> until he makes a quick play. >> you think that ♪ [thinking] mexican spices? >> until he makes a quick play. >> you think that ♪ [thinking] nacho cheese sauce? they don't want these coming out. who's they? the burger people. they! they! nacho fries, now serving at a taco bell near you. [bong!]
you do have to surround yourself with experts. and for us the expert in gas and electric is pg&e. we run about 2,500/2,800 fire calls a year and on almost every one of those calls pg&e is responding to that call as well. and so when we show up to a fire and pg&e shows up with us it makes a tremendous team during a moment of crisis. i rely on them, the firefighters in this department rely on them, and so we have to practice safety everyday. utilizing pg&e's talent and expertise in that area trains our firefighters on the gas or electric aspect of a fire and when we have an emergency situation we are going to be much more skilled and prepared to mitigate that emergency for all concerned. the things we do every single day that puts ourselves in harm's way, and to have a partner that is so skilled at what they do is indispensable, and i couldn't ask for a better partner.