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fairfax county for a 2005 sex assault. good afternoon, i'm mike hydeck, he is accused of kidnapping and killing hannah graham. this time for a sexual attack of another woman back in 2005. he appeared by video link from a regional jail near charlottesville. peggy fox was in the courtroom and joins us live now with more on the hearing today. peg? >> reporter: jesse matthew was arraigned on the attempted murder, abduction, and sexual assault that happened here in the city of fairfax nine years ago. there was a bit of a fight today in court over who would represent the alleged serial rapist and killer in this fairfax case. >> we have the case of jesse leroy matthew jr.. >> reporter: jesse matthew appearing in a fairfax courtroom on a video link from the regional jail swears to tell the truth. >> affirm that you truthfully answer any questions the court may ask under penalty of law.
>> yes, ma'am. >> reporter: judge dennis smith read the charges against him from 2005. attempted murder, abduction and sexual penetration with an object. after matthew says he had no job and has no money, the judge then moves to appoint an attorney to represent him. city next to matthew is james handles, his attorney in the hannah graham case who wanted to be the lead attorney in this case. >> i have developed a very good relationship with mr. matthew since he was arrested in texas on the missing -- the graham girl who was missing. i've also developed a relationship with him on the harrington case and we have discussed this case on many many occasions. i believe that it would be in his best interest to have continuity of representation. >> reporter: fairfax public defender todd pet it the argued his office shouwork with him. >> we are ready and able to represent mr. matthew. >> reporter: he argued against that saying two chiefs wasn't a good idea and he emphasized the
connection in all the cases. >> what is the connection between the cases? i mean, these -- aren't these -- >> there is a connection. >> all right. >> they aren't the same cases, it's the notoriety. >> reporter: judge smith chose the fairfax public defender to be lead council. >> i am going to appoint both of you and have public defender as lead council and you will be cocounsel with him. >> thank you your honor. >> reporter: now he wanted to have his motion for a psychiatric evaluation heard today. a psychiatric evaluation for jesse matthew, but the judge said that's not how we do things here. we're expecting to here that mosquito -- hear that motion in two weeks on november 14th and also expecting to hear plea on that day. i asked the commonwealth attorney ray morrow expect to see jesse matthew here in
person on november 14th? he said yes. we expect jesse matthew to be transported sometime soon. i'm peggy fox reporting live in fairfax, back to you mike. police are silk look for -- looking for a man they say attacked an officer the morning with an ax. it happened this morning in the 3800 block of 13th street. delia goncalves has the latest now from northeast d.c. >> reporter: police are still here at scene of the crime in -- the scene of the crime in brooklyn canvassing the area and talking to neighbors as well. you can see detectives in this alley behind the 1300 block of quincy street here in northeast. this happened at 3:00 in the morning and police are telling us an officer was simply silting in his cruiser -- sitting in his cruiser parked here in the alley when suddenly a suspect came down the callie and without -- alley and without any notice he swung an ax at the police officers' drivers seed -- police officer's driver's ion doe of the cruise -- window side of
the cruiser. the officer was not hurt and he july you have had out of the car and tried to take the suspect down and that's when the officer ended up hurting himself. that man got away. police did recover the ax. >> i've been here for many, many decades. and i remember nothing like this. an attack on an officer, just nothing like that. so -- hope they get him. >> reporter: right now, they are looking for the man who swung this ax at the officer. the officer we mentioned did hurt himself when he was trying to take the suspect down. he's at the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. in brooklyn, delia goncalves, wusa9. now just last week, a man charged at four new york city police officers with a hatchet. two of the officers were hit and police say the attacker was hiding behind bus shelter and might have been stalking the officers. the suspect was later shot and killed. police have called that case an act of terrorism. the suspect in the ambush murder of a pennsylvania state
trooper was greeted with boos outside court today. wendy gillette has the latest from the courthouse in millford, pennsylvania. >> coward! >> you low life. >> reporter: if former fugitive couldn't hide his face, spectators jeered as eric frein was hauled into court. he had a swollen nose and cuts on his face. he already had the injuries when he dropped to his injuries and surrendered thursday evening without a fight. >> are you sorry? >> reporter: following his arraignment authorities paraded frein in front of the cameras again. >> why did you do it? >> reporter: frein didn't respond to questions shouted at him. >> a sense of relief that this has ended. relief that -- that there won't be anyone else injured in the course of this man hunt and that was always a big concern. >> reporter: u.s. marshals captured the 31-year-old survivalist and marksman near an abandoned airplane hangar about 30-miles from the trooper's barracks where he allegedly shot two troopers.
police confirmed they found weapons in the hangar that are evidence. they used the handcuffs and car of the trooper killed in the attack. >> i've characterized his action, in the past as pure evil and i would stand by that. >> frein answered yes and no questions but did not enter a plea. the county prosecutor says he'll push for the death penalty. what was it like to see him today? >> satisfying. actually. yeah. glad they got him. >> reporter: investigators are not saying what frein is said to them so far. they say he was captured during a routine sweep. ending a serve week -- seven week, $10 million man hunt. wendy gillette. cbs news, nilford, massachusetts -- millford, pennsylvania. >> they believe he attacked the officers though after years of planning and at this point though they're still trying to nail down a motive. a judge has now signed a temporary order resticking kaci hickox from moving around her neighborhood in maine. she's the nurse who treated ebola patients and then defied
her quarantine order by going for a bike ride yesterday with her boyfriend. she says she has no symptoms and poses no risk to the public. and that any confinement violates her civil rights. for now police are monitoring hickox and her public movements but neck not de-- they cannot detain her. there's a final ruling expected today. the center of the hearing today in federal court. five native americans are asking a judge in alexandria to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the redskins challenging the decision by the u.s. patent and trademark office. it ruled trademark registration -- nude canceled because they were offensive to native americans. the prince george's county man is facing life in prison when he is sentenced later this afternoon for killing a high school student. 21-year-old travon bennett was found guilty of second degree murder and armed robbery related to the death of 18-year- old marckel ross. he was killed two years ago walking to central high school
in capitol heights. well, as you get your kids ready for halloween tonight, prince george's county police are warning parents, be on the lookout for candy laced with marijuana. earlier this week, narcotics officers seized several boxes of candy that had thc in it. the boxes arrived in prince george's county from the west coast and from colorado. the candy in question includes taffy, and different types of chocolate bars. good thing those trick-or- treaters for halloween are not heading out tomorrow night. howard bernstein with more on the forecast. howard? >> yeah, much better night tonight for that. we are watching a storm system can w some rain really coming in to indiana and ohio. some of those now into western west virginia. so if you're watching me west of i-81 and western maryland, west virginia, yeah, you guys can have some showers but here we're going to be all right. we have some sunny breaks still in spots especially south and east of us. one little system to the south, this guy to the west. the clouds are probably going to win out the majority of the afternoon and the evening. but i think we're staying dry
and comfortably cool or comfortably ghoul if you like. upper 50s at 5:00 and we'll flow into the lower 50s by 8:00, 9:00 but dry and the wind thankfully also not that strong. that will not be case tomorrow or sunday. full weekend forecast in a few minutes. michael? thanks a lot howard. if you get a call from the irs it's okay to just hang up on them. at least in this one case. till ahead -- still ahead we have details on a scam that's getting more we all know washington's broken. but to fix it, it takes people who are independent.. and willing to work across the aisle. that's what i've tried to do in business, as your governor... and in the senate. because it's the only way we're gonna solve big problems... like cutting our national debt fixing the va, or... bringing good jobs to virginia.
is it really the irs calling you? the internet crime complaint center has issued a warning about aggressive callers who claim to be with the internal revenue service and try to frighten con soupers into -- consumers into spending money to pay for a host of fabricated charges. shirley rooker is here to share some of the information. good to see you again share lee. >> very well thank you. >> how are you recognize ones that are not so good? >> first off the irs is not going to call you and ask you for personal information over phone. secondly they dent use intimidating tactics. i mean you have to pay your
taxes. but that's not intimidation. >> right. >> these people call and you look at your caller id on your phone and it says irs. well this tends to put you in a state of believing what they're saying to you. >> right. >> but the call -- the number is being spoofed. the id is being spoofed. >> fake right. >> that's exactly right. so your identity of your caller id have been stolen and so consequently, consumer look at this, they respond to it. they send money. they yield to the intimidation. it's frightening if someone telling you that you're going to lose your house and you're going to be sued and you may be locked up. look, mike, we are human beings, who respond to that kind of thing. >> if you get caught in one of those things how do you back out of it or who do you alert to fix the situation? >> first off don't respond it. if you really believe that you owe taxes contact the irs directly. don't do it through a phone call that's come into you. cold calling, do not ever do that. >> good news as usual and good to see you once again shirley. we have more on wusa9's call for action page.
if you want to volunteer or file a complaint, go to the website. wusa9.com and click on the call for action link. and up next the weekend is going to start off a little wet and windy and cold. first alert forecast from howard right after this. the mess in washington - made worse with dan bongino. a tea party supporter endorsed by sarah palin. bongino will take away social security's guaranteed benefit and fight against equal pay for equal work legislation. the post calls bongino "polarizing" and "highly partisan." no wonder the post endorses john delaney "one of the most esimpr nsiveew lawmakers." family man, entrepreneur and independent problem solver - for jobs, to protect veterans and equal pay for women. i'm john delaney and i approve this message.
you wouldn't notice. as a legislator, barbara comstock pushed bills benefiting her special interest client, then failed to disclose she was paid thousands by that same client, failed to disclose 85,000 in extra compensation. the washington p ostcalled comstock's behavior"an apntpareac breofh congressional ethics." we just can't trust barbara comstock. pa t triomajority usa is responsible for the content of this advertising. okay, weather time now. how'd is here and even if you walk outside right now for lunch you're going to feel a brisk temperature but the -- >> temperatures in the 50s in most spots and colder west with hardly any sun. but you're right the winds have been nice. in the 5, 8-mile an hour range. >> one more thing the most popular costume this year and my daughter has one is the elsa costume from "frozen." she's one of the characters from "frozen" and it's a gown. are they going to be cold tonight? >> they'll be wearing the tights probably. that's cold but cool. low 50s. low to mid-50s.
but the winds won't be so bad. >> all right. >> good to know. >> trick-or-treat. let it go. let it go. >> weather-wise to the forecast here. on this friday. some sun out there. mixing with some high clouds and we've seen intervals of clouds and sun and that's going to be the case this afternoon. as temperatures make a run to the upper 50s, a few may make 60 but probably hold in the upper 50s and thankfully the winds are in a good shape today. they're northeast and east northeast, 5, 8 miles an hour many that's a lot lighter than midday tomorrow and what they're going to be doing then, through sunday. look at the temperatures with the cloud cover out north and west of us, only in the mid 40s in luray and harrisonburg and 35 in davis and they're expecting some snow in the high country here as we get into saturday, maybe even late tonight could be several inches accumulating there. for us though low to mid-50s and 54 easton and also fred reck. outside on the michael & son weather camera. i'll stick out of the way. it's a good looking midday deer in washington. temperature now 56 at reagan national and only going to climb a few more degrees today.
and that wind northeast at 7. the air is dry. dew points are only 37. so going to take a while to moisten up and very complex participant earn setting up right now. first things first. we'll talk about the cold. only in the upper 20s and low 30s in the nonplains. this -- northern plains. we will be colder for the weekend. all thanks to a storm system which used to be a hurricane. this was ana what's left of it now as it went into can day and came up and now -- canada and came up and now rain and snow in michigan a little bit in toward ontario and trying to get into quebec. this energy is daving south. there are areas in the southern appalachians, western north carolina, eastern tennessee, eastern southwestern virq9ginia. winter storm warnings are up for tonight and then that energy is going to hit the coast. the coastal will form and boom pass to the north and east and that's going to drive the wind. we have some clouds we're watching from the west. to our east a little disturbance has brought clouds there. and overall the futurecast though tankfully keeps it dry for most areas in the metro. well, all areas in the mote row if you're going to be west of i-
85 you have a chance for some showers tonight. tomorrow morning watch some moisture from the east come our way. the only question is how far will it get? to the i-95 corridor or stay east. low 50s tomorrow and we'll be lucky to get to 50 on sunday but at least the sun listen back. the gusts before i have to run with the forecast. not bad this evening. we may get some gusts in the 15 range. but as we head into tomorrow, the winds really pick up. by midday, we're gusting 25, close to 30. and then look how the gusts go 30 plus. almost ho plus at -- 40 pluses a times as we -- at times especially by the bay and the coast. 59 today. tonight we're in the 40s and some late showers especially east. yellow alert tomorrow. we're watching the showers and wind especially east of us. 52. on sunday, windy and cold. 49. gets better though, next week monday 60. tuesday real nice at 72 and still comfortable wednesday and thursday. mike? back to you. thank you howard.
jury deliberations are underway in a new york case against gigi jordan. she's a millionaire mom charged with poisoning more disabled son. -- her disabled son. dr. phil sat down with jordan during the trial and andrea roane recently spoke with dr. phil. >> dr. phil, this story with gigi jordan and her son 8-year- old jude and her using poison to relieve him of his pain. were there any restrictions on the interview that you had with her? put any preconditions on you? >> andrea, she did not. she talks act the fact that she checked into peninsula hotel on fifth avenue in manhattan with the plan. i asked her when you checked into the hotel, did you know you were going in there and killing your son? and she said yes. no question about it. as soon as you're riding up the elevator to the 16th floor, you knew this was his death house. he was -- you're ending his life right here right now. she said yes.
no question. and my own life as well. >> what do you recommend those parents with disabled children do? >> you know, if you're in that situation, you reach out for resources which are there. you call child protective services, you call the state. you call the department of child and family services. you call -- you reach out for every resource, every support, every educational support, housing support, therapeutic support and you do everything you can to help that child. but you don't end the child's life. you do what you can do with what you have. and make the best of it. but you do not end that child's life. >> you can watch dr. phil's interview with jordan today at 4:00 right here on wusa9 and then stick around for station face news at 5:00. the top ten list of america's favorite candy and plus some timely advice about the health of yo
on gun safety, larry hogan isn't being straight. after filling out their questionaire, hogan was awarded an a- from the nra. but now he refuses to release his responses. the nra opposes comprehensive background checks. they want to weaken maryland's gun safety laws. even support letting suspects on the fbi terror watch list buy guns. on gun safety and terror the nra is wrong. hogan gets an a- from the nra. t him.
what do you think is going to be in your child's trick-or- treat bag when they come home? what will you choose first? well, in fact, there's a list of the most popular candies this year according to our partners at "usa today," the favorite halloween candy is any form of reese's. and i have to agree. they're fantastic. followed by m&m's, snickers, her see's and kit kat, twix, milky way, and almond joy makes the top ten. i feel the reese's first. joining us now, chances are your kids are going to come home with tons of candy tonight. a dentist from aesthetic dental spa in mclean. >> there's a couple of rules they can follow.
the best thing is to brush and floss after they have candy. >> not before. not during. just after. >> after. if they can brush and floss after that would be ideal. two minutes floss once a day. brush after the candy. that would be perfect. >> okay now we went through -- we went through some of the most popular ones like reese's right? they seem not to stick to your teeth as much as maybe a snicker's bar with care mel on it. >> city away from the gummy ones and sticky ones and kids are not really good about brushing really well. most kids are not that diligent. avoid those at all costs if you can. >> if you can actually. >> does something like drinking water help? >> have all the candy in one sitting than have the candy grazer all throughout the day. >> no kidding? >> because every time you have candy you create this cavity loving zone for an hour. so if you drink water it will go faster and if you chew gum it will go faster. if you just have -- like have to whole bag of m&ms at once instead of having a piece every
hour. >> does the mouthwash help any of it? >> sure, sure, anything like that would sort of like wash it out. gum is really good because it takes away all the like you know -- out of the nooks and crannies and makes sure that -- increases saliva and good too. >> you can pear down the amount. >> actually send it to halloween candy buyback.com and and your dentist -- ask your dentist if they participate in it. if they don't you can put in your zip code and you take it over there and they'll actually buy it from the kids. they'll give them dollars and books and noncandy treats you know. >> so dentists do that too. sometimes a toy or toothbrush or something like that. >> depending on ha they do. >> they send it overseasth troops. >> all right alex come on. i promise to brush when i get home. have a great day. that's it for the news, we're back on tv at 5:00 and we have a really cool free news app.
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>> nick: okay, so, i know the wedding is informal, but, uh... i don't know. the robe might be pushing it a little bit. >> sharon: i know that we're ignoring all the wedding superstitions, but i want the dress to be a surprise. >> nick: because surprises turned out so well at our last attempt. >> sharon: [ sig that was a matter of unforeseen complications. >> nick: named phyllis. >> sharon: but my dress for this wedding is gonna be a nice surprise, and it's the only one allowed for the day, period. >> faith: trick or treat grandpa! >> victor: look at that! come here, my sweetheart. don't you look beautiful! >> mariah: [ chuckles ] >> victor: you look so beautiful. my goodness. my goodness. you know what?