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select. markelle, fultz. >> we have reaction from family and friends. the news at 10 sarts right now. >> we begin tonight with developing story out of virginia. the fbi arrested a man in this queue eliminate community of leesburg on espionage charges and thanks for joining us tonight i'm shawn yancy. >> i'm tony perkins. >> man is accused of selling top secret documents to the chinese. "fox5" marine 'marraco is live at fbi headquarters with the details. marina. >> counter intelligence at the fbi washington field office in charge of this investigation. and on your screen you will see 6-year-old kevin mallory and according to investigators they say that mallory agreed to a volunteer interview with fbi agents recently and it was then a
lied to investigators. according to charging documents mallory with sef-employed consultant at global x army vet and because of his work at a special agent for the state department diplomatic security service he had top security clearance until he left that job in late 2012. now today his leesburg home was raided by fbi agents who say mallory sold top secret documents to an individual that presented himself to mallory as a representative for a chinese think tank and documents were sold for 25 25,000. these transactions allegedly took place between march and april this year when mallory, fluent in man day written and chinese traveled to shanghai and for a large portion of the afternoon an fbi okay mine tracked the home in search of electrics and neighbors tell "fox5" a year ago mallory dug a hole was then believed was used to fix a broken pipe. following
course community they're and sure what exactly the hole was used for. >> this morning there was a loud commotion and came out and there's a bunch of fbi. guns pointed to the house and everyone freaking out. so, this afternoon came back and everyone was shocked because definitely does not see this m cog. he's a nice guy. kept to himself. know he worked out a lot. physically fit. reserved. >> and tonight the department of justice says mallory faces up to life in prison if convicted but federal prosecutors in court today sai said they could pursue the death penalty if certain conditions are met. live tonight in northwest d.c.. marine marraco, "fox5 local news". >> four years in prison that is the punishment for the man that opened fire inside a north west d.c. restaurant in the so-called pizza gate scandal. edgar well. pled guilty to ashawlt charges in march. he period a weapon inside comet ping-pong connecticut av
coar line ato visit a conspiracy theory to democrats hiring sex slaves at the speez ashop a conspiracy theory not true. he will have to undergo a mental health evaluation. new tonight, d.c. police are investigating a stabbing inside a northwest grocery store. it happened after 5 p.m. at the giant in 4300 block of connecticut avenue. we're told one employee stabbed another employee after an altercation and victim was rushed to the hospital conscious and breathing and suspect we're told is under arrest. >> hi tensions tonight at a jam packed prince george county board of education meeting. for the first time dr. kevin maxwell spoke publicly about aemss of great changes and fraud to boost graduation rate so. they is still refusing to talk us to one-on-one. lindsay watt was first to report on allegations of fraud made by four board members. live in upper marboro with the
latest, lindsay. >> the board meeting is just now finishing up. dr. maxwell is refusing to come talk to us. we have made it clear we are ready and waiting for him to apps our questions. and the allegations here have divided countsy leaders and school employees with some begging the state to come in and investigate this and others denying that there's any possibility of fraud. educate and graduate, educate then graduate. >> a rally before the school board meeting included teachers. activists and parents. >> my daughter graduated with a 3.7 sitting on distinguished row and had to take remedial classes for a year. there's something wrong with this picture. >> these are supporters. the four board members that contacted the state aling that widespread corruption allowed hundreds of students to graduate without meeting state requirements. >> since we've made those allegations there's not a day
we don't get additional people coming forward. >> group, went into the board room singing. seats so hard to come by some had to wait outside. >> there's been no systemic effort ordered by me or others acting on my behalf. >> school ceop dr. kevin maxwell denied any wrong do doing. >> false allegations about our graduation rates strike at everything that prince george country schools stand for, past, present and future. and these allegations denigrate why teachers teach and why principals lead. they are a personal attack on every teacher, counselor, administrator, and employee in this system sdmrxt in the crowd people who stand on both side this issue. >> proven or not it is a fact that some parents know their children didn't attend school but
so how did they graduate? explain the passing grade with not enough attending days? aai gripe up principals stood together to speak out against the fraud claims. >> as an educational professional, shouldn't we want to set the bar for graduation within the grasp of our students? but now, when we are finally gaining momentum, when we are seeing the fruits of our la labor, some want to question or cast doubt on our students accomplishments. >> more people here wanted to speak. but an effort to extend public comment was denied by the majority of the board. >> ten votes so that motion fails. >> and every day this week i have asked maryland state department of education if they're going to investigate this. still no comment. governor larry hogan office says they are continuing to look into this. and that the governor is out of the country this week and he will be in touch when he returns next week.
"fox5" has talked to numerous school employees and parents about these allegations and we continue to get new information. live in upper marboro, lindsey watts, "fox5 local news". >> take a good look at these surveillance photos and look closely, do you recognize this man? he's a serial bank robber fbi dubbed american bandit. reason he wears orioles or yankees baseball hats. he has robbed dozens across the area in baltimore, howard county, montgomery county and fairfax county he last hit saturday in annapolis. they're offering a 5,000 reward for information to leads to arrest and conviction. >> all right. we'll move on to the next story. "fox5" is in the district where mayor becauseer is tackling a pesky problem. today the mayor announce aid new plan to decrease the c city's rat population. officials say report of ro
rodents increased by almost 65% since 2015 as a result the mayor is introducing three new efforts to curb he problem. those include solar trash c cans, smart litter bins and waste compactors for area businesses. >> we wants to make sure that those commercial corridors have the best frash collection systems they possibly can. with this one million dollar grant, business owners may buy or lease rat proof trash compactors for trash and other waste including recyclables. >> the mayor also encouraging residents to text 311 to report any rat siteings. >> all right it was a warm day today. it looks like there's rain on the way. we have gary mcgrady standing by to tell bus that. >> that's right, that tropical storm cindy which is basically now just kind of becoming a
tropical storm. here it is in the deep south. national hurricane center has not issued any advisories any more about this the track basically gets caught up in the flow if you will and since it's a recommend napt low we're not tracking any dangerous winds or anything like that. matter of fact for the most part, the winds have calmed down with the system around 20 miles an hour or so. what is typically the problem with this is never really the winds at that point and it always becomes the amount of rain. generally speaking looking at the rainfall totals down here over the last 24 hours or so anywhere between 4 to 8". some places as much as ten and i saw one place down there in the deep south that was reporting more than a foot of rain and that will continue. especially when this area of low pressure gets stretched along the frontal time and that's when the range will kick up again. you can see what's happening down there now. you see the swirl in texas and over into louisiana, that's really the center of the circulation. a lot of rai
spreading all the way up towards ohio and over into indiana. we also have showers down to the south west here. now, listen, how much rain? deep south, you can see all the reds there. that indicates the heaviest of the rain anywhere between 4 and" will fall in the most extreme areas there over the next 36 hours or so. and what about here? well, what's been going on the last 12 hours or so with the modeling it kind of keeps flipping and flopping that 2 to 3, maybe even 4" rainfall total right now to the north and north west of us it keeps trying to bring it down and push it's back up north and i do think this is a good spot for this. and in terms of the heaviest of the rain. 2 to 3" would be northwestern counties up towards maryland and southern sessions of pennsylvania. here in town metro and southern suburbs i think one to two with locally more than that in places whether or not we get a couple thunderstorms that move through and drop a lot of rain. th
the thunderstorms will drop. generally speaking we could have through the entire area here anywhere from 1 to 3" and locally more than that. heaviest of the rain guys friday night into saturday morning. then the rest of the weekend looks really, really nice. we have details coming up. >> thank you, gary. >> after weeks of closed door meeting senate republicans unveil healthcare bill today. >> new bill -- >> that left some people pretty angry. >> . >> protesters camped outside mitch mcconnell office -- we'll move on. prince george county maryland and dematha are celebrating after markle hful it z was drafted.
healthcare bill outside senator mitch montgomery connell's office and die in. many in wheelchairs got them out of the wheelchairs and laid down on the floor. u.s. capitol police carried many out of the building and tonight 43 are under arrest and charged with obstruction. >> protesters were not the only ones up step with the gop proposal. democrats and republican lawmakers suppress concern because the plan was negotiated behind closed doors and most republican senators did not see it until today. four gop senators announced they cannot sint current bill. they say it does not go far enough to lower health plan cuts. tax penalties on people without health insurance and appeals taxes for wealthy americans and insurance companies. democrats are calling the plan cruel and meaner than the house version of the bill. some say it will allow insurance companies to charge people more for having preexisting conditions. the bill released today i
just a draft, though, senate leaders wants to vote on the bill as early as next week. virginia senator mark warner is responding to president trump's admission that he did not secretly record knks with fired fbi director james comby. warner says president's tweets are example of willingness to make things up. earlier today the president hit twitter to set the record straight saying he did not make any recordings and has no idea if there are tapes of his conversations with comey. and his tweets end weeks of speculation after the president suggested he may have taped those interactions at the white house. canadian soldier in iraq shot and killed isis fighter for more than two miles away. fatal shot smashed the world -- or smashed the world record for confirmed sniper kill in military history. the 11316 foot shot took 10 second to reach target and the soldier is a special forces snip
force, too. a funeral was held today for university of virginia student that died days after released from a north korean prison. 22-year-old otto warmbier died in ohio monday. today his former high school classmates rushed to way home owing this say goodbyes. warmbier was sentenced to 15 years hard labor for stealing a propaganda poster in north korea. doctor says he returned to the u.s. with severe brian damage. let's switch gears now. celebrations continue tonight for upper marboro native and dematha grad markelle fultz. they picked him as the number one pick in the nba draft. they watched it at the high school and our own tisha lewis was there. i imagine everyone was awfully excited as they watched tonight
right, you could feel the anticipation and excitement and energy. it was a lot of fun being amid fultz' family and friends and each people whoa don't know him personally but are familiar with his tore story and journey. one that started here in maryland and unfolded here on demathas campus. everyone we spokd with used the same terms to describe him and his story using words like determination and dedication. and he was inspeaker trition so many good philadelphia 76ers collect markelle fultz. by all ingts markelle fultz over came adversity to become the number one pick in 2017 nba draft an inspiration
close to home-grown talent packed this nba watch party at dematha high school. >> i get to tell my friends my cousin is going number one in the draft. >> this is amazing, a wonderful experience, blessed moment. i'm proud of the family and very proud of markelle. his drive, and his dedication to the game, his mother, eb ebony, my -- one of the family members i definitely look up to, i tell her all the time i admire her drive and her dedication and her commitment to her children. >> for fultz becoming the nba generation of stars had dim moments. he was initially cut from the varsity team at dematha and he was a sophomore at the time, 5' 9". >> he is committed to grind. dedication you will be faced with adversity at all times and he keeps going. >> it's good to see someone you
achieve one of their dreams. >> i think he's feeling this is what all the hard work i've done for the last five years has kind of paid off more. >> reporter: and there was a lot of buzz on social media about markell fultz's fashion choice for evening. he wore a blazer. it was what was inside the blazer causing everyone to talk a tribute to family and friends and grand mother, who recently pass away. also, his shoes we're reading and were told were made of basketballs. tisha lewis, "fox5 local news". >> how exciting. when an incredible moment to be there for his extended community here and in maryland and i heard brody talking about this earlier saying prince george county dematha in particular produced what, five top draft picks in the nba, just incredible. >> it really, really s not just for him and his family but the
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michigan airport is teach lawen foirmt. what high profile ceos are sitting down with the president. the 10:30 starts now . welcome back, i'm jl and i'm sarah simmons. we start with thes pi naj charges against a northern virginia man. marina maracco life with the latest on this case. this man faces up to live in prison if convicted. federal prosecutors say they could pursue the death penalty. 630 year old kevin malar, you're looking at his leesburg home that was raided by fbi agents. investigators believe malry who had stop secondette clearance sold stop secret documents to a man representing himself as a chinese link tank associate for $25,000. this afternoon fbi k9s were tracking the home's front yard for the possibility that electronics may have been buried there. malry is facing several federal charge, includings pi
>> there was chicago chaos in a giant in the 1400 block of ken avenue. an altercation led to would workers stack one another we don't know if police made any arrests. dozens of people are now charged with obstruction after demonstrations inside the capital building today. people against the senate gop healthcare billion protested outside senator mitchell mcconnell's office calling it a die in. police ended up carrying many of them out of the building. >> as we take a look outside for you tonight there's a look the at capital and today not as nice as the last couple of days and the question is what's in store for tomorrow and the weekend. let's check in with gary to get the latest on that. >> it's kind of so so. we have to get through the rain before we get to the better stuffer towards the latter part of the weekend. the first part of next week what a treat for summer. we're try out there. we
some clouds but they're breaking up a little bit. humidity is up . temperatures are pretty warm out there. most of us in the lower 830s. tonight will be mild. we'll settle down into the 730s. a lot of 76, some 73s and some 74s. basically what you need to know here about tonight is it's going to be mild . the rain we get tonight should hold off until early tomorrow morning. five, 6:00 we begin to get some showers. you can see showers around at 7 a.m. or or so. just keep in mind maybe a little extra time on your commute, if you can can. look how nice it is next week, but we got showers and thunderstorms to get through. heaviest of the rain friday night and saturday morning remnants of sinned cindy. i'll talk more about this come up. a man who stabbed a man at the
what it says about the evolving tactics of terror. federal investigators release a new photo of the suspect amor a con due icon firming that the 49 year old canada tried to purchase a handgun. we have information that he attempted to buy a gun and was unsuccessful in that attempt. now charged with violence at an international airport after stab bing plof jeff nefl investigators said terrorism charges may be added after searching his car. he know that he was self of radicalized and was doing this for rel tal craigs for the killings in the middle east in his words. republican mack ma call who was briefed on the attack said pennsylvania due i was not on any watch list and may have crossed into new york june 16 it provides expedited service for pre-screened low risk individuals. ace talked to officials that is what they're investigating right now
s a vulnerability in our program that we have to tighten up. we're aware of how he came into the united states. as a pending investigative matter i'm not going to speak to that. with no help the nation's counter chairman chief told fox news that flint fits a broader pattern. they're not complex, not particularly large scale, not particularly sophisticated and yet they can do enormous harm. this week's failed plots in paris where a known terrorist exploding a gas canister in the suspect's vehicle and in p the bruise l train station where a suitcase bomb exploded are part of a spike in violence during islam's wholly month. we haven't gotten out of the season of random just yet and we are concerned about what could happen between now and saturday a us counter terrori
activity is at peak numbers with the sphig gant number of activities after the killing of three ice isabella ji had isabellas last month. in washington, catherine herridge, fox news. >> a court date forth the man ar rested for having guns and a.m. new incision at d.c. trump hotel. brian moles pleaded not guilt of transportation of a firearm. police arrested him last month. they found an assault trial rival and a.m. nutrition in the hotel and his garage. his next hearing is set for june 30. president trump spent part of the day today with leader of america's most influential tech companies. it is part of what the whether it house is calling tech week. the president talked to tech leaders about how his administration will help their firms by getting rid of various regulations. the white house is zeroing in on how to create job growth and propers pemplet
safeguards, but we're going to have banks that are going to be loan money to people so they can open businesses and do what they used to be able to do in this country. tim cook from apple and mik soft. big names missing facebook ceo mark zucker bugger and test large audience and space ceo elan musk. >> new tonight an eight year old girl from virginia who is battling a chronic illness received some exciting news tonight. she and her family are going on a surprise vacation thanks to an organization that works to make dreams come together. lauren demarco was at the glory days grill in lorton when they found out. where is the mask of the goffer. >> are you okay? the star wars disney or universal. >> a bit of nerves annex site ment preparing for the arrival of a very special little girl. eight year old keel lee thompson was invited to a dinner where she officially received
the good news. we're going to get you to go see all the princess down in disney world. >> we're going to send you there . a trip to disney world is literally a dream quom true for the second grader and her little brother brai den. who is your favorite princess. >> cinderella. it's huge. i just want them to have a break. i want kay lee to have a normal couple days, no thinking about doctors. key lee was born with spina bifida and through these past eight years she's gone more than 30 surgeries. she's had several spine injuries, several leg surgeries, along with her parents, her brother is always by her side. she is acting shy right now. she's not shy at all . even though all of their extended family lives on the west coast because of the cost and difficulties of travel key lee has only been on a plane once
ing. it's really good for our family to get away and kind of take a break from it all. this is for a family who has household income limitations that would not maybe otherwise afford to go to disney. kate sample with the sunshine foundation lighting up herself at the chance to provide this gift. the sunshine foundation is actually the original wish granting organization and when w when we were founded by a philadelphia police officer it was for children who have life threatening or lifelong chronic conditions that didn't matter. but other came about and limited to life threatening, but we've always wanted to give them that special drem dream or wish. >> is this this a good surprise. >> yes key lee was on the sunshine foundation's waiting list for two years and it would have been longer but when they learned that a local kid was on the list, the pool
fairfax teamed up with glory day s here in lorton to race the extra money needed to make her dream come true. >> lauren demarco, fox5 local news. >> a lot of sunshine go going on much they get to go to disney, too. she wants to go there and they're going to make it happen. >> it's a favorite with kids. >> it really is. >> next at ten:30. do you know what's lurk i on your dollar bills? >> we're going to tell you what most bacteria is most commonly found on your cash. red, whether it, blue and traffic, a lot of it. according to aaa july fourth holiday travel is expected to hit a record with more than 44 million americans expected to take a trip. they will be driving to their destinations and why not. gas prices keep dropping and dropping, gas prices falling for its 20th straight day. meantime you're probably seeing
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new video out of tennessee captures two deer battling it out on their hind legislation. >> it looks like two canning roos. >> it has to be green scene. wildlife officials say it's not clear who won the battle. >> because we don't see the end. >> that's true. i hope they're okay. was somebody recording or was that a surveillance camera raised tonight somewhere? >> that's what makes it so odd. that's when you're like is this for real. gary, you're the expert, please tell us. i just wonder what they're fighting over. come on. >> a couple of bucks. >> she's here all week. actually, you're
>> we've had enough of this humidity. >> just wait a little while longer, by sunday, monday, tuesday all the stuff is going to melt away and it's going to be beautiful. it's getting there, though, you do have a couple of bumps in the road. it's 78-degrees for dulles right now. here in town we're 82- degrees and we're still obviously warm and we're still muggy across the entire area. look at this. winchester is 73 culpeper is 73 much that's pretty much as cool as you guys are going to get. temperatures are settling down now. we'll probably fall off to about 75 or 76. one area of rain trying to come into our direction and as it gets closer and closer it's diminishing. there was a round of thunderstorms up to the north of us and that has weakened and basically fallen apart as well. there is a whole lot of energy coming our way over the next 24 to 346 hours because we have obviously what is going to be the remnants of tropical storm cindy.
with a bit of a frontal system so it's going to be along the front that we end up getting so much rain around here and he we could have one to two inches area wide. this is futurecast tomorrow morning. i think most of the overnight is dry. this is going to be when we start to see some showers coming in early tomorrow morning. obviously pre sunshine sunrise and with this coming across it looks like the potential is fairly high that we're going to have a wet morning commute. this will move on here and it's looking out we dry out most of tomorrow, late morning. with some sunshine it's going to move temperatures up into the upper 830s and perhaps as warm in some spots in the lower 930s and just the heat and all the available moisture out there may be enough to drive some showers and thund thunderstorms late tomorrow morning into tomorrow night. it doesn't look like it's going to be a lot because most of this activity for tomorrow will stay to the north of us. as we start getting into tom
think that's we stand the best chance of getting this rain. can see all of this real heavy rain gathering to the west of us . this is tonight, early tomorrow morning at midnight. it does look like the heaviest potential rain comes across friday night and through the morning on saturday and as these showers and thunderstorms pull on through they'll get out of here now, all indications are it looks like it's going to get out of here by saturday morning and that will brighten skies just a little bit for saturday afternoon and certainly into sunday. saturday afternoon there could be a thunderstorm or a shower left over. i think again most of the rain comes in the early parts of saturday. here's the remnants of sinned divment area of low pressure tracking our direction of the it will combine with this frontal boundary and when you have that type of set up you're going to end up with a lot of rain. sunday looks beautiful. dry temperatures in the 830s. here is our our weekend is shaping up . eighty-eight on friday. cooler with the front coming through on
tomorrow again we start off with some showers in the morning. humid at lunchtime, dry. i think we're mostly dry tomorrow, late afternoon into tomorrow evening but then things do get wet tomorrow night into saturday morning, but look at next week, how great is that going to be for the first full week of summer to only be talking about temperatures in the upper 70s and the lower l zeros, low humidity, too. here's brody. with the first pick in the 2017n ba draft, the philadelphia 76 ers select markel phelps from the university of washington. >> yes, the dream has come true with the number one pick in the draft markel fell presidents by the philadelphia seven of ers. he wasn't supposed to be this good. he was a five foot nine inch sophomore in high school. he was cut from his jv team and now he's the number one pick. he can do it all.
points, six rebounds and six assists per game at his one year in washington. he was wasn't able to get his team to the tournament but the sixers and just about any other nba didn't care. he's gone from under size and overlooked to a six four combo guard is that the number one overall pick in the draft. right now it's unbelievable really. it's something to say you want to do something and then go out and do it. right now i'm excited for me and my family. i did something that a lot of kids want to do. i'm blessed. this is a dream come true really. all the hard work i put in coming into this. i'm looking forward going to this organization and giving it my all. come in and give my all and then off the court i want to give back to the city. faults is just the latest product of the demat that high.
and dantly in 1976. kenny car, in 1977. 1989, the clippers took former danny ferry second overall and then the last demat that grab, second over all to the magic. not bad company for phelps to join tonight. if anyone is wondering what about the wizards they traded both their first and second picks. i know a lot of people were watching. they were kind of eager to see what ernie grund is going to do wheeling and dealing . they traded for time frazer backup guard for the pel kins yesterday. the pel quinn the most terrifying mascot in the world. it's a positive. it's going to help his game. up next, fox5 news at 11. let's check in with tony. coming up at1
raid on a northern virginia home . the feds say this man that you're seeing now was selling top secret information to china. what we've learned about him and what neighbors told us about the raid today. and frustraion among teachers a and parents tonight following allegations of grade fixing in prince george's county. the tense meeting tonight coming up next at 11. markel fults.
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about what happened when fbi swarmed his home. plus, cindy slammed the gulf coast. now the remnants of the tropical storm are heading for the d.c. area. the celebration at prince george's county, dematha high school's markelle fultz is the number one nba draft pick. here from his family and coach coaches. right off the top tonight, a local virginia man is facings naj charges. he's a caused of selling top secret documents to the chinese. the feds raided his leesburg home today. marina maracco is lie at the washington field office with the details. reporter roar it's a counter intelligence division here at the fbi washington's field office that is handling this investigation and just a month ago six year old kevin mal ry agreed to a voluntary interest