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wind: ese 15-25mph g.35. wind: ese 15-25mph g.35. prosecutors may ask to continue the murder case against a former portsmouth police officer. sources tell 10 on your side, commonwealth's attorney stephanie morales is having issues with witnesses ahead of the stephen rankin trial. we're told it will come up during proceedings tomorrow. we also learned the court will consider a motion to keep uniformed officers from the courtroom during the trial: set to begin march 21. sources say rankin has witnesses who say he had no choice but to shoot 18 year old william chapman the second saying chapman was the agressor outside the frederick boulevard walmart last year. with the rankin trial in mind, the new portsmouth police chief, tonya chapman, says-- transparency will be a top priority at the department. chapman was sworn in this morning. she is the first african-american woman to be police chief there, and she says she wants to build trust with the community. (wipe sot) super=chief tonya chapman/portsmouth
accountability leads to legitimacy so that is extremely important to me and it has been important the highest ethical standards and to hold others accountable as well so i will be as transparent as possible" just before new chief chapman's family gathered to peacefully walk to city hall. they say they support her, but watching. arms. we also want to tell her this morning that the time for justice is always right now" william chapman's mother sally met chief chapman after the ceremony. they say they are going to sit down soon and talk. lawyers want to revisit the scene of a deadly police shooting in norfolk. they were arguing the motion today in the case of michael edington junior. the nofolk police officer faces manslaughter charges in the death
20-14. police say latham threatened them with a knife before edington opened fire on west 30th street. latham's family says he suffered from mental illness. a longtime virginia beach police officer is in jail tonight -- accused of driving under the influence. fellow officers pulled sergeant margaret hobbs over last night. jail records show she had a child in the car with her. 10 on your side's liz palka joins us from newsroom. liz, what are her colleages saying about this? nicole - the people we have spoken to within the department are stunned. she's been with virginia beach police for 17 years and is highly respected. they also say hobbs got into some sort of accident right before she was arrested. a virginia beach police sergeant arrested for driving under the influence. virginia court records show sgt. margie hobbs' blood alcohol concentration was more than twice the legal limit. and that she had a child in the vehicle with her. c50 1:03 - the crook isn't going to place a
hobbs when she served as a public information officer. a police spokesman says she now works in the investigative division and has been with the department for 17 years. master police officer jimmy cason released few details on hobbs' arrest - other than it happened on sunday in the early evening. however, police sources tell us some sort of accident happened near the oceana nas dam neck annex. and that hobbs did have a norfolk's swat team and homicide squad. sources tell ten on your side they're shocked by the charge. they say, when hobbs decided to become a sergeant she was at the top of the department's list. adding, they wouldn't expect this from her. hobbs is currently being held in the virginia beach city jail. she will have a bond hearing early tomorrow morning. i'm liz palka, 10 on your virginia beach police say they robbed a
abducted her. 22-year-old ronnie anderson is also accused of sexually assaulting the victim. police couldn't show us the second suspect because he's underage. 10 on your side's erin kelly has been working to learn more from nearby businesses off northampton boulevard. erin? most of the surrounding businesses would have been closed at the time this is alleged to have occurred. but there may be surveillance video -- and tonight it's not clear what that could show. virginia beach police say wingate by wyndham hotel burton station road. around 12:30 am sunday -- officers say a woman was about to get out of her car -- when 22-year-old ronnie lesha anderson came up to her with a knife and demanded something she had. then, police say an underaged male who also woman's purse. when that didn't turn up anything of value, police say anderson forced his way into the woman's car -- and sexually assaulted her. staff at the wingate tell
happening on their property, but they're looking at surveillance video. after the alleged assault, police say the suspects forced the woman to drive to an a-t-m at this 7-eleven on northampton boulevard and baker road. it's there -- that police say the woman was able to escape and get help inside the building -- while the suspects ran off. employees there tell 10 on your side they do not know what happened. police say later sunday morning -- officers with police dogs found the suspects at the econo lodge on northampton boulevard and arrested them. staff there say the suspects were not staying at the hotel. ronnie anderson did not want to talk to us about the case. both suspects face several charges. we have those listed on our website. live in virginia beach, erin kelly, 10 on your side. breaking news coming in from the peninsula. police say someone has robbed the dollar general on warwick boulevard. that's in the lee hall area. around 7:30, officers say he took out a gun
they say someone hit dozens of cars, between two oceanfront hotel garages. officers took reports from the hilton and the sheraton, both on atlantic avenue, on saturday. the valet at the sheraton says-- more than twenty cars parked in one garage had the windows smashed. he tells 10 on your side, it was tough to break the news to drivers. c0001 cody i was about to explain it to them i didn't even want them to see their car right away. i had to warm them up to it. i park in there too. it doesn't feel safe. it happens everywhere you can't control it. the valet says the sheraton has surveillance video of the suspect. police have not released a description.
looking for a killer. police say someone shot 35-year-old jermaine jackson while he was sitting in the driver's seat of a car on powhatan parkway near shell road. he died less than an hour later at the hospital. neighbors tell us they're used to hearing gunshots, but it's usually from farther away....and not like this: paula mcqueen/lives near homicide scene 31:14 i don't know that much about guns, but i know a big gun when i hear it. (butted to) 34:48 a little gun sounds like pop, pop, pop. a big gun, like a 357, it's like a boom, boom. police aren't saying whether anyone else was in the car with jackson. they haven't released any suspect information - but when they do, look for updates on the air and on wavy-dot- com. three people, including two children, cannot stay at home tonight because of a kitchen fire. it happened at an apartment on sewells point road, near the intersection with robin hood road in norfolk. firefighters say one person inside made it out safely-- and no one was hurt. after three apparent meth lab busts and four
responders want you to know just how dangerous these operations are. this discussion centered on chemicals that are volatile and may explode. they say the toxins can also lead to serious health problems - even death. officials didn't address a specific investigation - but want you to be alert. c20 capt. geoff thurman - regional hazmat team of that if you see suspicious activity, the chemical bottles laying out, notify the 911 center immediately and we can get out there and keep it from being a hazard to the general public." first responders want you to watch for certain signs including people frequently walking in and out of a home; chemical bottles around the property and a an odor similar to cat urine. some local voters got absentee ballots in the mail-- already filled out. election officials explain how the mix- up happened. hear why they say there's no need for concern. virginia beach mayor will sessoms says he's running
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when it comes to decision 20-16 mayor will sessoms says he is back in it to win it. we told you first, the current leader of virginia beach is running for a third term. mayor sessoms pleaded no contest in a conflict of interest investigation last year. today he told us-- he will explain to people what happened, as often as they have questions about it. (31:57 9 ) ((" well the first thing is i want to it was clear as day there was no personal gain for me or my former employer")) runs: 32:09 sessoms says he is fired up and rallying his supporters. he says he plans to work hard to win the election. a little more than a week away from decision 2016 in virginia. the candidates have been focusing on hampton roads. vermont senator and democratic hopeful bernie sanders is holding a rally at norfolk scope tomorrow.
doors open at 9:30. on the republican side, billionare businessman donald trump will visit regent university in virginia beach on wednesday. he will take part in the school's presidential candidate forum. tickets are sold out. due to the march 1st primary, virginia beach public schools will be on a two- hour-delay for all students. the city says it expects a big turnout on super tuesday, and many schools will also serve as polling places. we can tell you how absentee ballots were sent to some hampton voters -- already filled out. election officials say the printer sent test ballots and official ballots - in the same box - without separate labels. they say that's how the coordinator accidentally sent the wrong ones. they say 17 voters got the wrong ballot, but the mistake won't impact the election. sot - william lewis, whenever you have human beings you're going to have human error. this is a very small number of ballots that went out in error and we're doing
correct it. officials say they've identified the voters who received the wrong ballots-- and they're working to give them the correct ones. tomorrow is the deadline to request an absentee ballot. flooring from lumber liquidators may expose you to a higher risk for cancer-- than previously thought. the c-d-c says the risk from having formaldehyde in certain laminates is three times higher than previously calculated. it says: investigators used an incorrect number for ceiling height -- leading to lower risk. stock of the toano-based company plummeted, when the updated report came out today. a 16-year-old has died, days after a helicopter crash in pearl harbor, hawaii. we showed you the moments it was caught on camera. hospital officials say the teen died today. the canadian family was on a tour helicopter, when it went down last week. two family members are still in the hospital. another was treated and released. federal agents are trying
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a richmond man has received some much needed help from his community. the disabled veteran says he needed a lot of work done at home, and crews happily stepped in. editor please put super chris bacon disabled veteran] sot 24:48 chris bacon/disabled veteran i'm having my kitchen redone the cabinets are being refinished and painted. a new floor is being installed the paralyzed veterans of america teamed up with home depot to make the repairs possible. [a 00687629(two line) robert satterwhite paralyzed 3:26 a lot of the vets when they get out of the military they have no means, or less means to take care of themselves. and we're here to take
take care of our own. chris bacon says he submitted a request for the group's help and they came through. bacon says he's had a rough couple years, and his family really appreciates the help. the high school basketball regional tournaments began tonight. and would third ranked virginia be able to avoid an upset in miami?
i'm bruce rader, even though third-ranked virginia is the top ranked acc team they had to avoid being upset by 12th ranked miami. that same miami team that was blown away by north carolina this past weekend, and led virginia tonight by 8 late in the game. but the cavaliers make a charge---malcolm brogden nails the three as the virginia comeback begins. then with 90 seconds to play, virginia's london perrentas, up and under the wahoos cut the miami lead to one. but miami is good, the canes ice the hoo's at the foul line. with only 3 seconds left, perrentas takes the inbound, but can't get the hail mary to fall, and despite a career high 28 points from brogdon, he couldn't do it alone---the hurricanes upset virginia---64-61--- perhaps knocking uva out of the race for their third straight acc title--- the road to the high school basketball state
divisions. we begin in norfolk at the 5-a regional, bethel 20 and 4---taking on norview--who played in last year's state title game---norview wearing blue on the fast break--- keyon-tay johnson with the one-handed slam. but bethel also has a big guy to turn to, off the three-point miss by kyle foster----dah-jour dickens sends it back for the score. norview upsets the bruins from bethel 54 to 48 and by advancing to the regional semifinals they qualify for the state tournament regardless of what happens in the championship game. green run had won 23 of it's 24 games, tonight taking on red-hot hampton high school. fourth quarter----green run in white playing great defense, nay-jon nobles gets the steal, takes it in for the layup giving green run a 4-point lead. but back come the crabbers--- from three point range---mathias caver
bucket--hampton takes the lead. green run need a desperation tie--but sterling carrington can't get it to fall. green run's best season since 1988 comes to an end---hampton with the upset---the crabbers move to the regional finals. phoebus elminated in the 3a regional semifinal tonight, but no problems for the 2-time defending state champions from norcom, who got 31 from travis ingram in their run-away win. 5a girls----princess anne another state contender a 50 point win over nansemond river to advance to states. salem beat bethel by 14. three a girls, warhill is headed to the state tournament after a 65-49 win over tabb while the norcom girls as impressive as the boys a
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