tv WAVY News 10 NBC February 22, 2016 4:00pm-5:00pm EST
i'll let you know what her vision is coming up" i'm chris horne, cities often rack up additional expenses when police make way to cover those costs. first at four --- two people are in custody accused of a sexual kidnapping in virginia beach. police say one of the suspects is a minor. 22-year-old ronnie anderson is also behind bars charged in the violent attack. 10 on your side's erin kelly is live in virginia beach with more on what policeay woman went through before she escaped. police say a woman was about to get out of her car here around 12:30 am sunday, when a man came up to her with a knife and a male juvenile who also had a knife took her
then police say the man forced his way in her car to an atm at the 7-11 on northampton and baker road. that's when police say the woman saw a chance to escape and call for help. then, according to officers, the suspects ran away. officers say -- using police dogs - they later found the suspects at the econo lodge not far from here on northampton -- and arrested them. a manager here at the wingate says they are not aware of anything happening on their property, but are reviewing their surveillance video. they say police also checked their video. we have listed the suspects' charges on our web site. live in virginia beach, erin kelly, 10 on your side. 10 on your side is working to learn more about a deadly shooting hospital around 4:30 this morning. police say someone shot him while he was sitting
near shell road. 10 on your side's lex gray spent the day talking to people who live around there. lex - they weren't completely surprised by this. right, stephanie -- every neighbor i talked to said it's pretty common for them to hear gunshots. but they were surprised this time by how close the shots were...and that someone died. this is video from the crime scene early this morning hampton police say someone shot jermaine jackson while he was sitting in the driver's seat of a car in an alley behind the house. so far -- they haven't released any information about suspects. they also haven't said whether jackson was targeted for some reason...but investigators did say it seems to be isolated. neighbors told me they heard at least three gunshots, and they were loud...like they came from a big gun. and a couple of them mentioned a woman's loud scream right after the shots. it was a female that was screaming. but i'm not sure who it was. i think it was the one who was
through the window. i asked police about that -- whether anyone else actually was in the car, or if anyone saw the shooter. a spokesperson said they can't say, because they want to protect the investigation. i'll keep digging for answers and bring you updates on wavy news 10 at 5 and 6. live in hampton, lex gray, 10 on your side we're working to learn more about a crash this afternoon at a norfolk business. this is video from the 5-points soaps-n-suds on chesapeake boulevard. cleaning up broken glass. now at 4 --- the weather. heavy rain is moving in. so what's the time line? meteorologist deitra tate is in the super doppler 10 weather center. tonight: scattered likely rain after midnight. lows in the low-mid 40s. wind ne 10-15mph. tuesday: rain is likely before 9am. rain tapers by the afternoon. highs in
wednesday: slight chance for severe storms in the afternoon & evening. highs in the upper 60s. wind: ese 15-25mph g.35. an area of low pressure for tuesday...especially in the morning. then rain tapers, by the afternoon. however, a warm front moves north of our area on wednesday. it'll put us in an area that's favorable for severe storms...so, stay weather aware. it'll be warm and windy with highs well into the 60s. the front crosses by wednesday night with cooler weather
virginia beach mayor will sessoms is running for re-election. 10 on your side's andy fox broke the news at midday. (31:41 9) :06 ((after a lot of sour searching lot of conversations with my family and the citizens of virginia beach i have decided to run for re-election)) runs: 06 (31:52 9) :17 ((now your detractors will come out and talk about the conflict of interest what will you say to the people who may not forgive you for that? 31:57 well the first thing is i want to say is im sorry for making technical mistake which i did but i will also remind everyone it was clear as day there was no personal gain for me or my former employer)) runs: 32:09 (32:48 9) :10 ((when was the final decision you made to go through with this and you know it could get rough no question and frankly it was yesterday. my wife and i had final say we decided we were moving on yesterday afternoon)) runs: 10 (33:01 9) :10 (the entire family is on board and also to see the
virginia beach. a lot of these people i dont know and they have ben so supportive very kind to me and it means so much to me)) runs: 10 are a long way from that point right now. 33:20 i am fired up i am getting ready to go into a campaign and i will work 24-7 going to work hard. getting my friends together like we have done in the past we are going to work hard and win this election)) runs: 33;31 tonight at five and six, local reaction to the decision. do people think the investigation into sessoms is a big deal, and what about the light rail vote coming up. i'm andy fox 10 on your side williamsburg police are questioning a man about his possible involvement in a gas station robbery this morning. detectives say a man wearing a surgical mask walked into the valero gas station on york street around 7-15, pulled out a gun and demanded money. no one was hurt. these pictures are from a 10 on your side viewer. police say a york- poquoson sheriff's deputy on patrol stopped
suspect description. filed. chesapeake police need your help tracking down a fraud suspect. detectives say the man in these surveillance photos used three compromised debit cards last month. investigators say he withdrew nearly two-thousand dollars from an a-t-m on taylor road. if you recognize this suspect --- call the crime line. there was an extra police presence today at camden county high school. that's because someone called in a threat. the camden county sheriff says a man called last night and said he was going to attack the school. camden an alert to parents and students telling them about the threat. the sheriff's office is trying to figure out who made the call and if it legitimite threat. the c-d-c is revising its report on the cancer risk some types of laminate flooring sold by toano-based lumber liquidators. we told you about the february 10th report that said the risk of cancer from exposure is low. now u-s health officials say people exposed to the flooring
likely to get cancer than previous estimates had suggested. the c-d-c says the previous report used incorrect ceiling heights. a 60 minutes report last year claimed the laminate flooring from china contained excessive levels of cancer-causing formaldehyde. lumber liquidators says it has offered customers free air quality tests. the c-d-c says if you installed the flooring and are concerned about formaldehyde and the cancer risk --- open windows for a few minutes every few days, use exhaust fans and avoid smoking in the home. breaking news from the highway. a live look at our wavy jam cams. on i-64 at battlefield boulevard chesapeake, drivers can expect major delays because of a car fire. all east lanes are closed. there is a big
the dangers of home meth labs. 10 on your side's liz kilmer has more on neighbors and first responders. a lot of you are anticipating a tax refund you'll spend it. we're on your side with advice from the experts on what you money. 10 on your side has uncovered an absentee ballot mistake. brandi cummings is working to find out why some voters received ballots with names already selected. through towercam 10. meteorologist deitra tate is up next with your 4
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fire. all east lanes are closed. there is a big backup. the virginia presidential primary is just over a week away. many voters have requested absentee ballots. a 10 on your side viewer contacted us saying the absentee ballot he got in the mail was already filled out. you can see, it sanders' name selected. 10 on your side's brandi cummings went to investigate and found out more than a dozen voters in hampton got ballots selected. brandi? anita- hampton voting officials say this was a clerical error because of a new vendor. officials say in preparaton for the primary, they got a box in the mail from the company that prints official ballots and what's
officials say the test ballots weren't labeled and they weren't expecting them.... so the ballot coordinator sent those test ballots to some voters who had requested absentee ballots. in all, officials say 17 of those test ballots were sent out, but they say this mistake won't impact the election. sot - william lewis, vice chairman you just have to have faith in the process. whenever you have human beings you're going to have human error. this is correct it. officials say they have identified the voters who got the ballots and they're working to give them the correct ones. tomorrow is the deadline to request an absentee ballot. this isn't the first time the city of hampton has used this vendor. coming up tonight on wavy news 10 at 5:15, i'lll tell you what's different for this election. im brandi cummings 10 on your side. several presidential candidates will appear in hampton roads in the
days. tomorrow senator bernie sanders is scheduled to hold a rally at the scope in norfolk. on wednesday --- donald trump will speak at regent university in virginia beach. senator ted cruz will visit on friday. doctor ben carson plans to come to regent next monday. lawyers for the democratic party of virginia are arguing the state's voter id law is unconstitutional. a federal trial started today in richmond. a 69-year-old black woman cried on the witness stand as she testified about the trouble she had voting in the 20-14 election because she didn't have an accepted form of i-d. democrats filed the lawsuit last year challenging the 20-13 law requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls. they say the law illegally depresses minority voting. she said other voters looked at her and snickered. republicans who support the voter i-d law say it's a protection against election fraud. the trial is expected to take a week. l-l bean is opening a store at lynnhaven mall in virginia beach. and it needs to hire
job opportunities include managers and sales representatives. there are also positions for outdoor discovery school instructors. if you're interesting in applying --- we posted a link to the l-l bean careers website on wavy dot com. don't be surprised if you hear more noise from n-a-s oceana. pilots are practicing for airshow season. nats from airshow you're looking at video from last year's airshow at nas oceana. pilots started rigorious training today. it will last until the beginning of march. a naval station spokeswoman says practice will be mondays, wednesdays and fridays from 3:30 to 4:15 in the afternoon.
tonight: scattered showers are possible with likely rain after midnight. lows in the low-mid 40s. wind ne 10-15mph. tuesday: rain is likely before 9am. rain tapers by the afternoon. highs in the low 50s. wind: n 5- 10mph. wednesday: slight chance for severe storms in the afternoon & evening. highs in the upper 60s. wind: ese 15-25mph g.35. an area of low pressure will swing rain our way for tuesday...especially in the morning. then rain tapers, by the afternoon. however, a warm front moves north of our area on wednesday. it'll put us in an area that's favorable for severe storms...so, stay weather aware. it'll be warm and windy with highs well into the 60s. the front crosses by wednesday night with cooler weather to end the week with
here's what's coming up in our next ninety minutes of news here is a look behind the scenes as a dedicated staff on your side continues to work in the newsroom. i'm tom schaad in the wavy live center there's a law that can save your tax dollars but few cities are using it. chris horne has a 10 on your side investigation you'll want to see at 6. you'll also see this disturbing story about a woman, and the reason behind this attack in india. and the harlem globetrotters are in hampton roads with a lesson for children. they're using basketball to teach the abc's against bullying. see these stories when nicole livas joins me
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thinking about how you want to spend your tax refund. but financial advisors caution against using the money on indulgences. here's how they say you should spend that tax refund. chris hobart / financial advisor "number one, pay off high interest rate debt and that's typically consumer debt like credit cards" financial experts also recommend putting refund money into an emergency fund that reduces the potential for more debt. and then depositing much --- if not all --- of what's left into a retirement account. chris hobart / hobart financial group"that means making sure your 401k or your ira is maxed out or more importantly maybe starting a roth ira" don't forget this year you have four more days to file your taxes. this year's tax deadline falls on april 18th. gas prices are their lowest in more than seven years. you are paying a nickel less than you did two weeks ago. according to triple a's daily fuel gauge report --- across the nation the average
regular is $1.71. the pump price averages $1.55 in virginia. locally --- it's $1.51. gas buddy dot com says average prices at the pump in virginia beach have not moved in the past week. experts credit weaker oil prices for the drop in gas prices. but they caution higher demand could lead to higher prices at the pump. you can find the lowest gas prices in hampton roads on wavy dot com. hover over the traffic tab and click on gas prices. the sound of gunshots and a baby crying. what one couple found in their daughter's crib when they ran to comfort her. there have been several meth labs in our area in about a week. and today first responders have a warning about the dangers. 10 on your side's liz kilmer will tell you what to watch out for. 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 slater is working on for
tuesday: rain is likely before 9am. rain tapers by the afternoon. highs in the low 50s. wind: n 5- 10mph. wednesday: slight chance for severe storms in the afternoon & evening. highs in the upper 60s. wind: ese 15-25mph g.35. an area of low pressure will swing rain our way for tuesday...especially in the morning. then rain tapers, by the afternoon. however, a warm front moves north of our area on wednesday. it'll put us in an area that's favorable for severe storms...so, stay weather aware. it'll be warm and windy with highs well into the 60s. the front crosses by wednesday night with cooler weather to end the week with
an update to that breaking news on i-64 at battlefield boulevard in chesapeake. a live look at our wavy jam cams. drivers can expect major delays because of a car fire. vdot says the east center lane, right lane, and right shoulder are closed. fire and hazmat crews united in newport news today to talk about the dangers of meth labs. this comes after three apparent labs
in less than a week. officials want to warn the public-- and help people spot these crimes. 10 on your side's liz kilmer is live from one middlesex road with details. this now-condemned home was busted back on valentine's day --- since then, the investigation has led to the discovery of two other apparent labs --- officials say these situations pose big risks and dangers to not only meth users but to first responders and community members. today, emergency personnel met at a newport news fire station to inform the public about the toxic nature of these labs -- they say the chemicals used in these types of operations are poisonous, flammable and potentially explosive. they can cause serious health issues -- even death. hazmat crews broke down the careful process of decontamination for 10 on your side. a technician demonstrated the suiting up process that happens before entering a potentially hazardous
"they're highly trained they're ready for such environments and we proceed at a slow pace to keep ourselves prepared for what may or may not go wrong, as far as the citizens, what i can environment to keep them safe from whatever may be going on in the structure." four people have been arrested following the recent busts -- but today, officials didn't want to talk about the investigation, but rather about these labs -- and ways for people to detect whether one may be in their neighborhood. look for suspicious activity -- people walking in and out of a residence, chemical bottles, and odor. we'll have more tips from officials on wavy news 10 at 5:30. live in newport news, liz kilmer, 10 on your side. police in hampton say a possible meth lab bust
in newport news. wednesday we told you officers found making meth on cynthia drive. investigators sent the testing. so far police have not made any arrests. new at 4: new information in a weekend meth lab bust in norfolk. detectives say one of the men who lived in the second floor apartment on west 27th street told police his partner assaulted him. when officers went to serve a warrant early sunday morning --- they say they police charged and released 31-year-old james patterson with frequenting a drug house. this man --- lance otis --- is behind bars charged with manufacturing and possessing meth. there's a new police chief in portsmouth. chief tonya chapman was sworn in this morning. she is the first african-american woman to hold the position in portsmouth. 10 on your side's jason marks was at the swearing-in ceremony this morning at city hall. chief chapman says today was a dream come true. a
for 27 years when she began her career in law enforcement. chapman was serving as the commonwealth's deputy secretary of public safety and homeland security. before that she spent time with the both the arlington and richmond police departments. she spoke a little bit today about her vision as chief. of course her goal is to reduce crime but she wants her officers to treat all citizens with respect and to do the right thing when no one is looking. she comes into a the microscope after officer stephen rankin was charged with killing william chapman last year. the new chief says in this day and age, police departments need to open about what's going on. 55=:42:50 "transparency and accountability leads to legitimacy so that is extremely important to me and it has been important in my career to up hold the highest ethical standards and to hold others accountable as well so i will be as transparent as possible" chief chapman is the
woman to be chief in portsmouth. today just before her took her oath william chapman's family held a peaceful march from the courthouse to city hall. i will have their message to the new chief coming up at 5:30 live in portsmouth jason marks 10 on your side. the uber driver accused of going on a killing spree in kalamazoo, michigan is staying behind bars. jason dalton was arraigned this afternoon on six counts of murder, two counts of assault and eight gun charges. police arrested dalton early sunday after they say he killed six people over different locations. two others were wounded. prosecutors say dalton picked up uber passengers between the attacks. authorities are still trying to figure out a motive. bill cosby's wife camille is answering questions civil defamation lawsuit against her husband.
a civil case involving seven women who alledge they were sexually abused by cosby and that his denials amount to defamation. it's believed to be the first time camille cosby has given testimony since dozens of women came forward with the allegations. bill cosby has acknowledged cheating on his wife. because camille was his manager, lawyers for his accusers say she may have information about how his inner circle tried to reject the sex assault claims. the justice department could have gotten its hands on the information it's seeking from apple --- if the county government that owned the iphone had installed the technology it paid for. if the technology called mobile device management had been on --- it could have allowed the f-b-i to easily and immediately unlock the phone as part of the terrorist investigation. the only person who knew the passcode to unlock the iphone is the dead gunman syed farook. he was an inspector at the san bernardino county's public health department. a judge in california ordered apple to help.
it does not want to create a backdoor to open the locked iphone that potentially could fall into the hands of criminals, putting all customers at risk. f-b-i director james comey says this case is not about setting a precedent for these types of actions. he says it's giving the victims justice. in a new blog post comey said "we could not look the survivors in the eye if we did not follow this lead." apple c-e-o tim cook emailed his staff today thanking them for their support. cook said quote : "it does not feel right to be on the opposite side of the government in a case centering on the freedoms and liberties that protect." the court case against a norfolk police officer voluntary manslaughter moves forward. at five hear what pre-trial motion was discussed in court today. a scary situation for passengers on this bus. you'll hear from them. but first --- what the --- as it investigates the possible threat from
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a 16-member team of the c-d-c is starting work on a study aimed at determining whether the zika virus really does cause babies to be born with a devastating birth defect. the study started today in a brazilian city that's the epicenter of the south american nation's zika outbreak. the c-d-c team is working with brazil's health ministry. brazilian researchers strongly suspect the zika virus causes microcephaly. the team is tracking down babies with the
mothers. blood samples will help determine whether the mothers had zika. a burning car. strangers risked their lives to save a man trapped inside. what crews found in the wreckage. failing to fine. 10 on your side discovered local cities are losing money by not enforcing a law to make up the money it costs to respond to d-u-is. what else investigative reporter chris horne uncovered -- next. tonight: scattered showers are possible with likely rain after midnight. lows in the low-mid 40s. listen up! i'm here to get the lady of the house back on her feet. and give her the strength and energy to stay healthy. who's with me?! yay! the complete balanced nutrition of great tasting ensure. with 9 grams of protein
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an update to that breaking news on i-64 at battlefield boulevard in chesapeake. a live look at our wavy jam cams. drivers can expect major delays because of a car fire. vdot says the east center lane, right lane, and right shoulder are closed. in certain dui cases --- cities have a way to save your tax dollars, but we found many are failing to do that. the driver might be injured - or might have hurt someone else -- or maybe crashed into a guardrail. in most cases you end up paying for those additional services. investigate reporter chris horne has found that some cities aren't using a law that lets them recover those costs fom the offender and not from the
the law applies when the city services are needed above and beyond a typical dui traffic stop by police. examples would be an ambulance or ems, a tow truck, or a repair crew if the driver has damaged city property. how much money are we talking about? the state says in the dui cases that qualify, cities can collect up to a thousand dollars per incident based on their actual expenses. without the law, those expenses have to be covered with taxpayer dollars. so who's using it and who isn't? we found some cities in the metro are making the law work... some have it but don't really pursue it... and others don't have it on
coming up at 6, see which cities are using the law investigation failing to fine. chris horne 10 on your side a tennessee sheriff's where the bullets that flew through a sleeping baby's crib came from. sarina manifold / mother "we heard like a popping sound like 5 and then we heard a sound that didn't register to either one of us. but then brynn started screaming." "my husband, because he wasn't asleep, said oh my gosh is that a bullet hole? move the crib, move the crib. so i moved the crib away from the wall and there was a hole in the wall behind her crib, and that's when we noticed the whole in the other side of the room and then we went in the other room and saw two more holes." brian manifold / father " i'm so grateful that she's ok, we're ok. everyone's fine. i just hope that nothing like this ever happens again. the bullet in the crib missed the baby by only inches.
message for gunowners. "just be careful and think about what they're doing because a bullet is going to go somewhere." the couple doesn't think their home was targeted. witnesses pulled a man from this car before it burst into flames. this scary sight happened in memphis, tennessee. witnesses say another vehicle sideswiped the car and pushed it down a moments later --- flames started coming from the hood. "once he hit that pole it went up in flames" "everybody started getting stuff to bust the windows we had to get the man out of this car" a witness smashed the window with a jack iron to get the driver out and carry him to safety. the driver's injuries aren't considered life threatening. once the car fire was out --- a slightly burned bible was found sitting in the front seat of the burned up car. authorities are investigating why a
caught fire. it happened in illinois as the bus was heading for minneapolis. everyone walked away. passengers say they heard an explosion before seeing this thick black smoke billow from the vehicle. terry griffin / passenger "i lost everything. my social security card. all my clothes." alec grych / passenger "i heard a loud boom. a big explosion. the bus went on fire. smoke probably 30 feet in the air. russicha watkins / passenger a lot of us lost..... i had so much in my luggage a lot of people lost a lot of stuff." passengers say the driver helped get everyone off the bus safely. meteorologist deitra tate tonight: scattered showers are possible with likely rain after midnight. lows in the low-mid 40s. wind ne 10-15mph.
before 9am. rain tapers by the afternoon. highs in the low 50s. wind: n 5- 10mph. wednesday: slight chance for severe storms in the afternoon & evening. highs in the upper 60s. wind: ese 15-25mph g.35. an area of low pressure will swing rain our way for tuesday...especially in the morning. then rain tapers, by the afternoon. however, a warm front moves north of our area on wednesday. it'll put windy with highs well into the 60s. the front crosses by wednesday night with cooler weather to end the week with
straight ahead on wavy ne0 hampton police are trying to find the shooter in this morning's homicide. our lex gray will have a live report on what she learned from a neighbor. with about a week to go before the primary -- some hampton residents discover a candidate on their absentee ballot has been selected for them. at 5 brandi cummings explains this ballot mix-up. portsmouth has a new police chief. we'll tell you her plans for the city - looking forward then at six-- are d-u-i offenders getting away with not paying certain fines-- while
special report on which cities may be looking the other way-- at 6. but first ahead here at 4 --- a south carolina woman waited all her life to see an african-american in the white house. hi! how are you? i'm fine! and when the 106-year-old finally did --- she couldn't contain her excitement. you don't want to miss this video of her busting some moves with the obamas ---
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its pretty exciting to meet the president and the first lady. a 106-year-old woman just couldn't contain herself when she visited the white house. virginia mcclauren. hi!!! how are you? i"m fine. its so nice to see you. its an honor! its a honor. want e? s yes! slow down now! don't go too quick, she's 106 no you are not! well you gotta... you slow down! oh my goodness. thank you. i wanna be like you when i grow up. you can. she's dancin. come on! what's the secret to still dancing at 106? just keep movin. we're so happy to have you here. and look at those nails. nails are aldone. woo. those nails.
would never live to get in the white house. well you are right here. and i tell you i am so happy. we are happy to that's me. yes! the white house posted this video last night. virginia mclaurin is from south carolina. she started a social media campaign in 2014t the president. she finally got to meet the first couple at a black history month celebration if you wan't to see this video again or show your friends --- we posted it for you on wavy
right now. two suspects are in custody after police say they kidnapped and sexually assaulted a woman. lex whip: i'm lex gray in hampton, where we're working to learn about what led up to a man getting shot and killed. what i learned from police and neighbors. :08 (9 31:57) (( well the first thing is i want to say is i'm sorry for making a techinical mistake)) runs: 05 an apology followed by hope for re- election. hear what else virginia beach mayor will sessoms told 10 on your side's andy fox. our top story at five -- two people are accused of kidnapping and robbing a woman in virginia beach. police say both suspects had knives. they say 22-year-old ronnie anderson sexually assaulted the victim. police arrested him-- and a juvenile. 10 on your side's erin kelly has been looking into this. erin-- what else have you learned? police say it starte here at the wingate off burton station road around 12:30
that's when officers say a woman was about to get out of her car when a man with a knife demanded something she had. then -- according to officers -- an underaged male who also had a knife took her purse. police say when they didn't get anything value, the man forced his way into the car and sexually assaulted the woman. after that -- police say they forced her to drive to an atm at the 7-11 on northampton boulevard not far from here. that's where police say she was able escape and get help inside -- before the suspects ran away. lice say using k9s, they found later found the suspects at the econo lodge off northampton boulevard and arrested them. a hotel manager here at the wingate says they aren't aware of anything happening on their property but they are looking at surveillance video. we have more information on what the suspects have been charged with on our website. live in virginia beach, erin side. we are following developing news in hampton.
gathering information on a suspect in a deadly shooting this morning on powhatan parkway. 35-year-old jermaine jackson was shot in his car. he later died at the hospital. 10 on your side's lex gray talked with a neighbor. lex, what else did you find out? who live on this part of powhatan parkway told me they're used to hearing gunshots. but this time -- they said the gunfire was different -- closer, louder, and deadly. (1) 31:14 i don't know that much about guns, but i know a big gun when i hear it paula mcqueen says that's what she woke up to thists..houch closer than they usually sound. paula mcqueen/lives near homicide scene (1) 34:47 well a little gun sounds like p pop. a big gun like a 357 it's like boom boom you know, you can tell it's a big gun. mcqueen says her boyfriend ran out to make sure no one they knew was hurt. she says neither o alley. neighbors say
jackson for awhile at the scene. police say he didn't have a pulse when they got there...and he die the hospital, less than an hour later. investigators haven't said whether anyone saw the shooting, or got hurt during it...but listen to what a neighbor overheard: brian winston/lives near homicide sce (44) 21:47 it was a female that was screaming. but i'm not sure who it was. i think it was the one who was probably close to him, because she said she had glass in her eyes, i guess from the shots going through the window. a spokesperson for hampton police says to protect the investigation -- he can't confirm whether anyone else was in the car. police did tell us though that there's no evidence this was a random crime. i'll let you know as soon as we get any new information about a suspect or arrests. live in hampton .gr the price for such a gorgeous weekend may be rain. right now, we're keeping an eye out for isolated rain shors this is a live look over