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palka is live on the portsmouth tuesday afternoon, after police tried to pull it over on portsmouth boulevard. the car reportedly hit another vehicle. a police car was also damaged, according portsmouth detective misty holley. a portsmouth schools spokesman told wavy.com that douglass park elementary school is on lockdown. the spokesman did not say why the school was on lockdown. portsmouth christian school was also briefly on lockdown due to the incident in the area. a car crashed in the truxton area of portsmouth tuesday afternoon, after police tried to pull it over on portsmouth boulevard. the car reportedly hit another vehicle. a police car was also damaged, according portsmouth detective misty holley. a portsmouth schools spokesman told wavy.com that douglass park elementary school is on lockdown. the spokesman
walmart. andy fox broke that story. he joins us now live outside the portsmouth judicial center in portsmouth with what else he found. commonwealth's attorney stephanie morales doesn't want courtroom. former portsmouth police officer rankin is accused of gunning down william chapman ii in the frederick blvd walmart parking lot. the commonwealth's motion claims officers dressed in uniform will be intimidating and will have a "chilling effect on the jury's ability to deliberate with open minds and without fear of rendering a verdict based soley on the law and evidence presented." rankin's attorney disagrees with the motion and will argue against it next week. we also asked a chapman family spokesperson what he thought about it. on the phone earl lewis/chapman family spokesperson ((i dont' see how the presence will have any chilling affect on the jury deliberation so i dont see how the law enforcement
chilling affect.)) ((its a big difference andy it's common sense 49:46 if you bring in 25 police officers they work different sections of the city and everyone will be influenced if they know the police work their district)) in other trial news commonwealth's attorney stephanie morales wants additional taser analysis on rankin's taser that chapman apparently swatted out of his hand and what some eyewitnesses say led to the shooting. both motions are online at wavy.com tonight at five, the other reasons morales says police should not be in uniform in the courtroom. new information in the case of a mother charged with concealing her son's body. today those charges against tonya slaton were nolle prossed. the case will go to
slaton now faces a second degree murder charge. state police found the decomposing remains of slaton's son quincy in her trunk when they pulled her over in june. quincy had been missing for 10 years. last month the medical examiner's office said they could not determine a cause of death. developing news in norfolk. police are questioning a suspect in an attempted bank robbery. detectives say a man pulled up to the drive-thru teller window at the sun trust on west little creek road around 8:55 this morning. investigators say he gave the teller a note demanding money. the note also said there was a bomb inside the bank. officers showed up five minutes later and arrested the suspect. no one was hurt. officers shut down part of west little creek road so the bomb squad could make sure everything was okay in the bank. when police file charges --- they will release the suspect's name and mugshot. new at 4. firefighters in norfolk say no one was hurt when an apartment caught fire today. they sent us these pictures of their response on victory drive in the wards corner area. around one this afternoon, they say
coming from the apartment and called them in. they say the fire was coming from the kitchen and spreading quickly. no one was home. they were not ready to tell us about a cause. portsmouth police are looking for two home invasion suspects. police say two men forced their way into a home on median circle around midnight. officers say they got into a fight with one of the residents. another resident, a 15-year-old boy, was hurt but should be okay. right now, detectives say they do not have a good description of the suspects. call the crime line if you know anything. new information in a meth lab bust in newport news. a woman is now behind bars facing charges. police say they found items believed to be used to manufacture meth on sunday on middlesex road. 28-year-old autumn wells is charged with manufacturing meth and possessing heroin. the tyrrell county sheriff's office says the alligator river bridge in north carolina is closed after today's high winds blew a trailer over the side. it happened around 10 this morning on the dare county side during a severe thunderstorm.
pictures. tyrrell county and dare county sheriff's offices, north carolina highway patrol and n-c-d-o-t all responded to the scene. the tractor trailer was empty. the driver was not hurt. today's rain created this situation along starfish road and shore drive in virginia beach. you can see a lot of water in the street. now the roller coaster temperatures continue. it will be cooler tomorrow. meteorologist deitra tate is in the super doppler 10 weather center to show us what's in the forecast. tonight: sky turns cloudy again around midnight. isolated showers possible after 12am. lows in the upper 30s. wind: nnw, light wednesday: isolated early am showers. a little sleet may mix as rain moves out for the western parts of the southside. otherwise, mainly cloudy. highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. thursday: mainly sunny and cold. highs around 40 degrees. wind: n 5-15mph. it was a soggy morning
area, but the rain ended by early afternoon. skies clear thru early evening, then turns cloudy again another quick disturbance that'll cross our area thru early wednesday morning. this disturbance will bring a quick dose of rain to our area, and a little sleet could mix in with rain rest of your wednesday dominate until the next cold front moves into our area for monday. new at 4 - mayor will sessoms says the city of virginia beach has already shown it's committed to a light rail expansion project. he says the city cannot lose $155 million in state money for the plan. but some on virginia's transportation board want reassurance the beach plans to move forward. 10 on your side's erin kelly explains what happened in a meeting about the issue today.
talked about what should happen to state money set aside for expanding light rail here. this followed a letter secretary of transportation aubrey layne sent delegate ron villanueva -- which said that money could be used for other state projects instead if city council chooses to take the issue to the voters again in a referendum. layne has said -- if the beach needs to hold another referendum -- it should -- but the commonwealth has limited resources -- and they can't hold for a project that might occur. today mayor will sessoms sent layne a letter in response. "5148 i believe he's wrong. i think virginia beach has shown a firm eis that's going on right now, 5159 we are honoring every timeline that we've committed to from day one. 5202 " layne says governor terry mcauliffe is very supportive of the light rail project. and if the city of virginia beach loses the $155 million -- it can reapply for state funding through another method.
for that. the transportation board is working on a resolution to send to virginia beach -- which should have more on what they're asking from the new information in a crash this morning in portsmouth. 10 on your side has learned what police found in the car may have sparked a criminal investigation. lex gray has a story you'll see only on 10. a warning for apple users. why turning back time isn't a good idea. virginia beach police are investigating a crime spree at a parking garage in town center. i talked to
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told 10 on your side the breakins happened sometime between 12:30 and 4:30am. abby farlow/victim they completely shattered th whole thing they took all my bank statements that had my social security number on them this young woman cancelled all of her credit cards. she's wondering what happened to their 24-7 security. i called the city, which owns the parking garage to find out. more on that coming up at 5:15 all new. newport news police have just identified the second suspect -- wanted for a double murder and officer involved shooting. they sent us this picture of 26-year-old stephen hayes, who they say lives on 43rd street near the intersection with orcutt. police say they have warrants out for his arrest, and they're trying to find him. they say you should consider him dangerous. last month, officers believe hayes and 33- year-old laratio dantzler shot and killed two people -- leaving them dead in a van.
is out of the hospital and behind bars. norfolk police are investigating a robbery in a grocery store parking lot. detectives say it happened around 6-45 saturday morning outside the harris teeter on granby street. the victim says four teens walked up to her car, pulled out a gun and demanded money and her car. the woman was not hurt. early the next morning police say officers located the stolen car. now they're questioning the teens inside. chesapeake police are asking your help identifying the suspect in an assault. detectives say a man attacked a woman during a disagreement near the intersection of western branch and churchland boulevards. these photographs are from inside a bus they two were riding on before the assault. the victim wasn't seriously hurt. virginia attorney general mark herring says his office has mailed restitution checks to hundreds of people who fell victim to a door to door sales readers services. the florida door-to-door
virginia operation out of chesapeake. the lawsuit alleged that the company sold magazine subscriptions with no intention of providing the magazines, failed to honor certain terms of its agreements, lied about subscriptions that would be donated to charities and soldiers overseas, and failed to issue refunds as required by law. in a news release today --- attorney general mark herring had this message. "if you're considering purchasing any good or service, do as much research as you can to make sure the company is reputable and honest. if you're ever a victim of an illegal or deceptive business practice, reach out to my office immediately and we'll do whatever we can to defend your rights as a consumer." 80 new jobs are coming to virginia beach. the city development authority says fortis solutions group will add 15 new jobs when it upgrades its corporate headquarters facility on hawkeye court. flexible packaging manufacturer. klett consulting group inc. will add 65 jobs when it opens a new office.
technology, systems engineering and services. meteorologist deitra tate again around midnight. isolated showers possible after 12am. lows in the upper 30s. wind: nnw, light wednesday: isolated early am showers. a little sleet may mix as rain moves out for the western parts of the southside. otherwise, mainly cloudy. highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. thursday: mainly sunny and cold. highs around 40 degrees. wind: n 5-15mph. it was a soggy morning across the tidewater area,
early afternoon. skies clear thru early evening, then turns cloudy again around midnight ahead of another quick disturbance that'll cross our area thru early wednesday morning. this disturbance will bring a quick dose of rain to our area, and a little sleet could mix in with rain for the western portions of the southside as the disturbance pulls away by 9am. after that, the rest of your wednesday will bring partly-mainly cloudy skies with highs in the 40s. it'll be colder for thursday, but it warms up just in time for friday and the weekend courtesy of southerly winds that'll dominate until the next cold front moves into our
investigating the story behind a gunshot victim in portsmouth who shortly after he walked into the hospital. also in portsmouth, a shiny new way to learn. hear what they're getting a get an edge in technology. and breaking up is hard to do. believe it or not, a broken heart may be behind this elephant's rampage. see these stories when nicole livas joins me beginning at 5. a death investigation on the eastern shore. the sheriff's office says deputies found a man dead inside a home and fire damage. 10 on your side's brandi cummings is in accomack county working to find out more about what happened. the agriculture department is taking stock of the food stamp program. what it wants to change
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we're on your side with a warning about an apple bug. going back in time can kill your iphone, ipod or ipad. manually changing an apple device's date to may first 19-70 or earlier can crash it --- and there's no way to fix it. some people thought changing the date would show a retro apple logo. apple has not provided a reason for the bug. the tech giant says an upcoming software update will prevent the issue. until then --- you should keep close tabs on your apple device --- so no one renders it the agriculture department wants to require stores that accept food stamps
variety of healthy foods. the proposed rules announced today would require stores to stock at least 168 fruits, vegetables, dairy, and meats that the agriculture department considers healthy. the rules are designed to ensure people who use food stamps have better access to healthy foods. they would not require the more than 46 million americans who use food stamps to buy the healthier food. a high speed police pursuit and crash caught on tape. we have incredible video of what happened next. did police find more than two injured victims inside a car after a crash this morning? 10 on your side learned there is a criminal investigation underway. lex gray is working on this story you'll see only on 10. meteorologist deitra tate is working on your forecast live in the super doppler 10 weather center. also straight ahead --- you'll find out what chief meteorologist don
tonight: sky turns cloudy again around midnight. isolated showers possible after 12am. lows in the upper 30s. wind: nnw, light wednesday: isolated early am showers. a little sleet may mix as rain moves out for the western parts of the southside. otherwise, mainly cloudy. highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. thursday: mainly sunny and cold. highs around 40
it was a soggy morning across the tidewater area, but the rain ended by early afternoon. skies clear thru early evening, then turns cloudy again around midnight ahead of another quick disturbance quick dose of rain to our cold front moves into our area for monday. new at 4: deputies in accomack county are trying to figure out how a man died. investigators say 70 year old leland helmstetter was found dead inside his home near onancock monday. 10 on your side's brandi cummings is there now with this developing story. brandi looklive it was a neighbor who says he found the 70 year old man dead inside his home. vo goes here crime scene tape still surrounds part of the house. deputies say they got a call yesterday around 9:30 a-m from someone saying 70 year old leland helmstetter was dead inside his home.
part of the house that had burned. deputies say the fire appears to be accidental. but they don't know how helmstetter died. the neighbor who found him yesterday told me he went to check on helmstetter and found him sitting in his recliner but he was already deceased. sot - helmut schmid, neighbor - clip 4:47:09 i went there about 9 o'clock in the morning and hear the radio was on and i knocked on the door and there was no answer, no response. so i cracked open the door and i looked in and i saw that the propane heater which was his only heat that it had toppled over. with that, i turned my head and i saw him sitting deceased in the chair. 4:47:53 brandi on cam deputies are asking anyone with information to contact the accomack county sheriff's office. we'll put the number on our website wavy.com. in accomack county brandi cummings 10 on your side
uncovered new information about a crash in portsmouth early this morning. we first told you on wavy news 10 today about a car that went off the western freeway at cedar lane. first responders found two people badly injured inside. but we've learned...police may have stumbled on a criminal investigation. 10 on your side's lex gray has been digging into this story today. lex - what did you find out. anita and stephanie -- i've been working today to confirm what two sources tells us... that in that car -- portsmouth police found about 150 credit cards with different they also apparently found a machine used to melt credit cards down -- and print them with new information. this is video from the crash this morning. portsmouth police will confirm the man and woman inside are badly injured. they had to cut them out of the camaro. we went to the impound lot to see what it looks like now. detective misty holley with portsmouth police says they're still investigating what caused the crash. i asked her information...she says except for the victims, she can't talk about what was or
car. 41:34 lex: okay. but you can confirm that beyond just crash reconstruction that normally happens, that there is another investigation going on. :41 mh: the crash investigation is still ongoing, and there may potentially be another investigation depending on what investigators determine from that crash. :54 coming up in our next hour of news, i'll talk more about what's going on with the crash victims. and what police on scene found out about the potential credit card fraud victim. live in the newsroom, lex gray, 10 on your side. a coast guardsmen assigned to the portsmouth-based cutter northland will spend six months in the navy brig for violating the uniform code of military justice. the coast guard says 32-year-old petty officer 1st class michael cote pleaded guilty to two counts of recording. in addition to serving time in the brig --- cote rank to discharge.
into the el faro sinking. the first of several hearings started today in jacksonville, florida. the discussion focused on the events leading up to the ship's sinking. during the hearing --- the v-p of the company that owned the ship said the day before the ship sank --- the captain of the el faro emailed his superiors asking about changing the route home to a slower one. the v-p says the email was a courtesy --- not evidence that management dictated the ship's route. el faro went down in the atlantic during a hurricane in october. all 33 people on board died, including men from chesapeake and virginia beach. crews found the wreckage in about 15-thousand feet of water near the bahamas. the national transportation safety board announced last week it will begin a new search for the cargo ship's data recorder in april. decision 2016. a new local political poll puts donald trump and hillary clinton in the lead with just two weeks before virginia votes in the super tuesday primaries. the wason center for
university interviewed 735 registered voters last week. among republican voters --- trump has the backing of 28 percent --- followed by 22 percent for florida senator marco rubio. 19 percent of the gop vote picked texas senator ted cruz. among democrats --- hillary clinton has the support of 52 percent. vermont senator bernie sanders has 40 percent. both parties hold their presidential primaries in virginia on march first. hillary clinton's campaign told us it will open an office in norfolk tomorrow. it will be on west 21st street. local supporters will gather to make calls and host organization meetings before the primary. the campaign opened other offices in alexandria and richmond last week. there's a special tribute to late supreme court justice antonin scalia. black wool is draped over the late judge's courtroom chair, the court bench and the door leading into the marble courtroom. it's a tradition dating back to the 19th century. scalia died
we are following developments in the fate of light rail in virginia beach. ahead at five -- our erin kelly has a live report with what happened in today's transportation board meeting. a dangerous and very unusual injury on a basketball court. why a teen couldn't get up when she went down. remember those presidential busts that used to sit in a williamsburg park. in 2013 --- 10 on your side visited their new home. three years later --- we
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a touching moment in mexico. it happened when pope francis held mass in front of thousands. yesterday --- the pope was listening to testimonies by people from different family situations. he interrupted the remarks and was helped to the front of the stage by two cardinals. members of the crowd lifted a child in a wheelchair in front of the stage to be blessed by the pontiff. when pope francis made his way to the child --- his security lifted the child on stage. the pope then blessed the child. the 14-year-old has muscular dystrophy. a 10 on your side follow-up to those giant presidential heads moved from president's park in williamsburg. it closed in 2010. in 2013 --- 10 on your side found the giant
howard hankins owns a concrete recycling company and was called in to crush them. but the park let hankins keep the sculptures and he moved them to his property. and the collection is still there today. this is recent video. all 43 of the presidential heads are hanging out in his backyard. howard hankins: "i've got a vision for these guys. country's really all about. " hankins says he's still trying to decide what to do with the sculptures. a rare national park avalanche caught on tape. but first --- 10 on your side's jason marks is working on a story about a portsmouth mystery. detectives don't know the scene of a deadly crime. jason marks has a story you'll
evidence sometimes even witnesses who can help crack the case but that's not with here. these are some police maryview medical center in early august. police say 22 year old demetrius white flagged down a car on victory boulevard. the driver took white to maryview where he died from two gun shot wounds. one to leg, the other to his chest. police say even months later they still don't know where the shooting actually took place and unless some leads come in there's no way to make an arrest. "it is very frustrating cause we don't have anything to give the family. we want to try to give the family resolve in the matter and at this
right now-- police aren't even sure if the crime happened here in portsmouth. coming up tonight at 6-- detecitves walk us through the case and explain why this one is so hard to crack. jason marks 10 on your side. police in idaho have released video from a high speed police pursuit that happened last year. it ends with an incredible crash. the driver was thrown from the truck. it may be a little difficult for some to watch but we want to let you know he survived. actually he's in prison. in the footage from last april --- state police in boise are trying to chase down jose sanchez on the highway. after a long chase --- sanchez loses control of his truck, and it rolls over several times. you can see sanchez fly out of the truck. he got
run away from police. an officer pulled out his gun. sanchez eventually gave up. a judge sentenced sanchez to 15 years in prison for the chase. police just released this footage during a ceremony to honor two people who helped troopers when sanchez tried to run. police in california are getting help identifying a home invasion suspect from the suspect himself. that's because detectives say he left his cellphone charging at the scene of the crime. after coming home from work, the victim says he came face-to-face with a stranger holding a gun! the homeowner ran to his bedroom, locked the door and called 9-1-1. (no super) carlos / home invasion victim "looking into his eyes, it's like looking into the eyes of the devil," "even though i got away and got into the room, but for those few seconds, my life flashed before my eyes." once the gunman was gone --- the homeowner came out and saw the suspect's phone charging on the kitchen counter! police say the thief also left behind a
hot-dogs from the victim's fridge to keep the homeowner's pet pitbull from attacking. detectives say the phone is full of selfies. so it won't be long before they track the suspect down. police are investigating why a garbage truck tumbled 100-feet off a highway bridge in miami. the truck was driving off an exit ramp on southbound interstate 95 yesterday when it fell over. the driver has serious injuries. the crash damaged two other vehicles. a nearby park also has damage. investigators are working to figure out why an 18-wheeler hauling oil suddenly exploded. the blast sparked a fire at a texas oil facility. 3 people were hurt. people could see smoke from the fire several miles away. crews let the flames burn out on their own. a teenage basketball player is recovering from a freak accident on the court. the wisconsin teen was partially impaled by a splintered floorboard.
from sunday's game. you can see the player in green fall to the floor. (perry hibner, tournament organizer) "and the official said, what do you mean? are you hurt? and she's like, there's a piece of probably a quarter to a half inch deep." "i don't know if we'll ever hear something like this ever happening again anywhere." "kind of like a strike of lightning where you just don't think those things are going to happen. it was a complete fluke. officials at the game say a floorboard split in the middle. they thought they were going to have to remove the entire board and take it with the player to the hospital. the 14-year-old girl is okay. she is expected to be back out playing soon. the board did not hit any major organs. officials are getting the court fixed. a hiker has captured rare footage of an avalanche at yosemite national park. ((nats of avalanche)) the video shows ice and dome. the hiker who recorded this video says he heard
recorded it all on camera. a portion of busy interstate 70 in colorado is closed because of a rockslide. the second last night. colorado state patrol says there's a lot of damage. geologists are assessing the area. there's a lot of damage in fort lauderdale, florida after a round of severe weather this morning. storms ripped up trees and flipped 18- wheelers. the roofs of some buildings are ripped off and on the ground. beach chairs are tossed around like matchsticks. boats tossed around in the water. despite all the damage --- no serious injuries are reported.
tonight: sky turns cloudy again around midnight. isolated showers possible after 12am. lows in the upper 30s. wind: nnw, light wednesday: isolated early am showers. a little sleet may mix as rain moves out for the western parts of the southside. otherwise, mainly cloudy. highs in the upper 40s. wind: ne, light. thursday: mainly sunny and cold. highs
degrees. wind: n 5-15mph. it was a soggy morning across the tidewater area, but the rain ended by early afternoon. skies clear thru early evening, then turns cloudy again around midnight ahead of another quick disturbance that'll cross our area thru early wednesday morning. this disturbance will bring a quick dose of rain to our
could mix in with rain for the western portions of the southside as the disturbance pulls away by 9am. after that, the rest of your wednesday will bring partly-mainly cloudy skies with highs in the 40s. it'll be colder straight ahead on wavy news 10 at 5 a deal has not been made between canadian pacific and norfolk southern-- but canadian pacific is moving ahead asking federal regulators to approve the proposed takeover structure. find out why. (11 46:15) #2 ((former portsmouth police officer stephen rankin is about to stand trial for first degree murder now the ca doesn't want officers in the court because it could be fear and
have that coming up)) runs: 15 then at five-thirty - returning to paris after the terrorist attacks. we'll hear how one survivor is coping -- after she was sure she was going to die. and throughout the next 90 minutes of news-- updates on our breaking news in portsmouth-- a crazy chase ends with a violent crash. liz palka-- with an update next at 5. but first ahead here at 4 --- cheap gas. really cheap gas at two stations. we're talking a gallon for a few pennies for actually started
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gas prices are up in hampton roads for the first time in 2016. according to triple a's daily fuel gauge report --- across the nation the average price for a gallon of regular is $1.70. the pump price averages $1.57 in virginia. locally --- it's $1.53. that's up two cents from yesterday. the price is still 63 cents cheaper than last year. you can find the lowest gas prices in hampton roads on wavy dot com. hover over the traffic tab and click on gas prices. this weekend at two gas stations in ohio ---
tanks for about a quarter. a computer glitch led to a brief price war. the just pennies a gallon on sunday. a gas station across the street lowered its prices to stay competitive . (taylor kline/driver) "i got 22 cents in and i got 13 gallons so far, i can't complain." "i've never seen anything like this, it's told her to put ten on it and she only gave me five bucks and now i need to go get my change. that's too funny." the cheap gas lasted about three hours. wavy news 10 at 5 starts we are following breaking news in portsmouth. a police chase led to a crash. officials put douglass park elementary and portsmouth christian schools on lockdown because of that police activity.
palka is on the scene. liz, did police catch a suspect? portsmouth, va. (wavy) - a car crashed in the truxton area of portsmouth tuesday afternoon, after leading police on a short pursuit. it all began around 1:50 p.m. police were doing surveillance on a silver ford focus as part of their search for a suspect with 15 outstanding warrants. officers saw three men get into that vehicle, so they started to follow it, with their lights off at first. they flipped on their emergency lights a little later and tried to pull process. an officer was taken to the hospital. police radioed about the pursuit for assistance. the suspect vehicle drove erratically, police say, portsmouth boulevard, injuring a woman in the car. the male passenger was not hurt. the three men in the suspect vehicle got out of the car and ran. police caught up with two of them, including the fugitive they were originally tracking. they
the third suspect at this hour. while all this was going portsmouth christian. a say both the officer and misty holley - portsmouth a tree. and the three individuals inside of that vehicle got out and they fled on foot. officer pursued those three individuals and were able to capture two of those individuals. we are currently still looking for the third suspect." we are following new developments in the court case of a former portsmouth police officer charged with murder. today the commonwealth's attorney filed a motion banning officers from wearing their uniforms at the
10 on your side's andy fox tells us why. andy? you'll hear from rankin's attorney who actually chuckles about the motion. james broccoletti finds it unnecessary, and something he's never seen before (5:29 ) jb ((how unusual do you find it to be sir. laughs i find it to be unprecedented)) runs:06 former officer stephen rankin's attorney james broccoletti has never seen a motion like this one before. (1:26 ) jb ((i have never seen a prosecutor file such a motion regarding the attendance of the public in a public trial no)) runs:08 commonwealth's attorney stephanie morales asking the judge to ban uniformed officers from the rankin murder trial in the death of william chapman ii (line 12) she writes the commonwealth will be prejudiced at trial by the show of force (line 12.) (2:32) ((i dont think they will be