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michael montgomery is free t least for now. good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. michael montgomery is free at least for now. he was once a suspect in the stabbing death of dodgers' fan
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jonathan denver after the game in san francisco wednesday night. the d. a. says there's not enough evidence to charge montgomery so he was released from jail. if more evidence comes to light montgomery could be rearrested. kpix 5's don knapp talked to some of montgomery's neighbors in lodi. >> reporter: as we approach this home on a cul-de-sac here in lodi. two men jumped in a car and raced the engine and sped away. we believe one was mark montgomery father of 21-year- old michael montgomery. the man police say was involved in the stabbing death of dodgers' fan jonathan denver following a giants' game wednesday night. michael montgomery was released from custody late friday night. district attorney george gascone says more information is needed before charges are filed. >> well, first of all, i don't want to jump to a conclusion to this case thawer going to be looking at. we don't know one way or the other. once we are able to view the evidence and we may be able to speak to that issue. >> reporter: friday morning, police chief greg sir seemed
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confident police had their man. in an interview with chronicle and kpix 5 reporter phil matier. >> we do have an admission. they had him down there interviewing him for quite a long time. >> reporter: the two men returned within a few minutes apparently to lock the door. i offered to do an interview and hear the family's side of the story. older man told me to leave my card and again sped on. earlier mark montgomery told the lodi news sentinel his season contacted in -- son acted in self-defense in the stabbing of denver. >> he's not loud. just quiet and keeps to himself. >> reporter: are you talking about the father or the son? >> the father. >> reporter: you don't know about the son until recently? >> no. i just learned about it because i knew him by name. but you know a last name. >> reporter: how do you think this comes out and how do you hope this comes out? >> that he's not guilty. but they have to find more evidence. >> reporter: another neighbor here was surprised the san francisco stabbing incident came so close to home. >> this is generally a quiet
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town with quiet folks. so just really kind of hard to wrap my head around snowing that i have -- knowing that i have somebody like that down the street. >> reporter: the d. a. wants a complete investigation before any charges are filed. >> okay well you know. due process. >> reporter: district attorney gascone says he needs to talk to more witnesses and more independent witnesses before charges are filed. in lodi, don knapp kpix 5. >> tomorrow the father of the victim jonathan denver will be outside at&t park before the giants' game with the san diego padres and going to make a public appeal for witnesses to come forward. well, a man who police say was simply trying to help some people and stop a fight in san francisco ended up being stabbed and having a car vandalized. a little before 5:00 a.m. a group of about ten people were fighting at larken and golden gate avenue. the man got over and pulled over and tried to break it up. >> the adult male victim was
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basically intervening in an assault on someone else who was trying to be a good samaritan. and in turn the group that was assaulting the original male then assaulted the good samaritan. >> the victim is expected to be all right and his attackers remain on the loose. police are trying to track down the thieves who broke into more than a dozen vehicles this week. the burglaries happened in two spots on wednesday. litton avenue and oak creek drive near sand hill road. in every instance thieves smashed windows making off with at least $10,000 in goods. things they took include computers and iphone, a camera, clothing, a gps unit and one victim had a passport stolen. no arrests have been made. and thousands of breast cancer survivors and their supporters began a two day fundraising walk. the northern california walk which kicked all earledly this morning in -- off early this morning in san francisco's fort mason is one of eight such events nationwide. walkers raise a minimum of
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$1,800 each to participate and it's not only women who walk. >> we have several hundred men here with us this weekend. crosswalking and -- walking and crewing with us. that's a very important thing to point out to people because i think a lot of people don't realize that's possible. by the time men get diagnosed it's usually much further and more serious situation. >> nearly 2,000 participants in the bay area raised more than $4 million this weekend. the walk goes aross the golden gate bridge to corte madera and then returns to fort mason tomorrow. even some who were unable to get out to join the washers -- walkers were able to participate. kpix 5's patrick sedillo showed us. >> reporter: first degree murder and 29 to life. >> what i'm here for? a murder, 25 years to life. >> reporter: steven and sam called san quentin home. five years ago they were among a small group of prisoners that saw a commercial on tv about the avon walk for breast cancer. and wanted to help. >> my dad died of cancer.
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and i got a sister-in-law that lie -- died of cancer. >> we just come together and have a day with just walk for our moms, sisters and some of these guys going through cancer right now too. >> reporter: today marked the fifth anniversary of the walk inside the walls of this prison. the goal? to raise $12,000. they were surprised by the support of their fellow inmates. >> to see that many inmates came out? yeah, because a lot of guys don't participate in stuff because of the pain and stuff but they came if full force here -- in full force here and supported it the first year. >> reporter: the walk is actually a cathartic exercise for people here who want to be with their family members who have cancer and can't be there with them and this is their way of doing it. >> they're looking for ways to help contribute and take care of the family members from inside. >> no honor my aunt lou looking glass and for all these ones that are going through fighting this disease. >> reporter: ole bridge really walked the walk.
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she donated -- he donated all four feet of his hair for the cause. >> to help find and raise money to help find a cure for the disease. >> this is our community. why we're in here by participating it's a way for them to also give back. >> reporter: reporting from san quentin, patrick sedillo, kpix 5. >> backlash over a plan designed to cut down on crime in oakland that's a notorious figure in history. one councilman is being compared to. >> a popular art industry festival in oakland could get a new lease on life. who wants to make sure first fridays continue. >> the cal bears were playing football in eugene. it is pouring, stanford will play football in seattle against washington state. it is also pouring. some of that rainfall is going to make it all the way down here. find out when and where coming up next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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popular the city of oakland is apparently relentings on the warning it would stop funding the popular first friday festivals. volunteers helped put on the monthly street party but the city has been paying for a police presence. the public funds have helped keep the festival running, organizers managed to raise about $10,000 last month but that's only about half of what
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they need. city leaders are expected to request an additional $50,000 a year to keep the event going through 2015. in oakland city councilman is being compared to hitler. christin ayers says it's because of the plan he's pushing. >> our kids need to be at home. >> reporter: not roaming the streets of oakland. night after night. that's what councilman noel guyyo believes and he's proposed a curfew law that he believes would keep young people off the streets. >> anyone under 18 years of age annealed to be off the streets by -- you need to be off the streets by 10:00. >> reporter: so contentious that signs are going up in his district. showing the councilman with a swastika superimposed on his forehead. if the work guyyo believes of a vicious and vocal minority who is he believes is pushing city council members around. >> some of us get intimidated.
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>> reporter: guyyo says the community supports it. but two similar laws have failed in the past. you think it's more of like a band-aid. >> yeah and an ill fitting one at that. >> i haven't seen a lot of studies that show that a curfew has a direct effect on crime stopping. >> you know, you know, there's many from cease fire to curfews to whatever. it's what we do as a city to enforce the rules. the problem with oakland, i can get away with everything in this city. >> reporter: guyyo says oakland police say a 20% -- saw a 20% jump in robberies, assaults and burglaries committed by young people from 2011 to 2012. but that may not be enough to sway oakland. >> key is going to steel -- >> reporter: and this is not the only sign that the curfew law could be dead on arrival. so far, only one city council member has publicly voiced support for guyyo's proposal. in oakland, christin ayers,
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kpix 5. >> the bureau of justice assistance awarded oakland a grant to help police curb gangs and gun violence. well, it's become quite famous. the giant rubber duck. what it's done over the past few months for tourism in china. >> there was a giant ridge of high pressure over the bay area for the past several days and i told you today would be the warmest day. it was for many of you. same story for windsor and fairfield 85 degrees and mountain view 80 and changes are coming as soon as tomorrow. find out what goes away tomorrow and what arrives on monday. your forecast next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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the masontown bridge in wes i don't know what this says about us but we always love a good implosion here on kpix 5. crews blew up the mason town bridge in western pennsylvania in front of an enthusiastic crowd this morning. the people watching were so impressed, they said they wanted crews to do it over again. only through the magic of television. the two lane bridge will be replaced by a new four lane bridge. i don't know paul. what do you think?
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>> i think it looks cool but with the bay bridge a stark resistance. they actually talked it's the cheapest and in some ways the people say the most effective way to bring down a bridge. but -- not here. >> environmentally -- >> environmentally it's the worst. that's why we're not going to do it. >> right thank you. for clearing that up as -- people are calling. >> we've got this beautiful new bridge right next to it so that would be bad. we're not going to do that. what we're going to do is have a change in the weather. as soon as tomorrow. you are sunny at the beach man have you seen the cloud at ocean beach for the passel days. >> the answer -- past several days? the answer is no. tomorrow though a little bit of cloud cover sneaking in. what a great slot off in the distance you can see the golden gate bridge from mount vaca. my numbers are covering it up but trust me it's there. temperatures cooling down to the comfort zone and livermore 79 degrees. concord 79 and oakland 75. san jose south bay, beautiful day for you. currently 71 degrees. santa row seay at 73. you'll be getting rain this time tomorrow. and san francisco the cool spot as it often is 65 degrees. nothing on kpix 5's hi-def
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doppler and we put the radar on mount vaca with the help from the weather service because we wanted see the rain coming from the north first. that's where the juicy storms come from and that's why we put the radar where it needs to be to see the storms moving first and tomorrow i can show that to with you the rain moving in. to the north some cloud cover today. the answer is yes. the southern most extent of a very large storm system is heading in our direction. look at awful the rainfall and now stanford is playing washington state in football. guess what is that they do one football game a year in seattle. rain. wind. now oregon is playing cal. cal's on the road. rain and wind there. and some of that rainfall will make it all the way down@bay area by monday morning. it's going to take some time and not going to get here tomorrow. it will work its way into the north baby tomorrow evening. -- bay by tomorrow evening. that's when the southern most fringe just a little bit of rainfall tomorrow morning will make it down to the bay area and as far south as gilroy and morgan hill you may have a few
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showers especially monday morning. most of you are going to stay dry, a little bit of rainfall work into the far north bay to lake port, clear lake. some showers by tomorrow evening. 90% the rainfall is going to fall in the north bay. north of the golden gate but we all have the chance of a few showers and that will happen on monday. so colludier tomorrow. the rain will come when you head back to work and the kids go back to school on monday. high tomorrow in san jose cooler. 76 degrees. 76 for wills altos, unionty. 72. clouds increase tomorrow in pittsburg. your high 76. for walnut creek and san ramone. mid 70s. berkeley 68 and petaluma 71. rain moving into clover dale by tomorrow morning with a high of 76 degrees. extended forecast we have the showers on monday. not like last weekend but some. tuesday the sunshine is back. wednesday we're back to the 80s inland and actually by the time next week we're going to be pretty warm with the highs approaching 90 once again. so beautiful today. little cooler tomorrow. showers moving in on monday. >> all right paul thank you
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very much. okay this is not -- not now childhood rubber ducky. this is a huge tourist attract in beijing at the summer palace. tourism in the former palace is up by 13,000 visitors since the whimsical duck went on display. it was created in 2007 and since then the giant duck has been on a world tour. the artist says the goal is to spread joy around the world. >> now that is a big duck. >> a big duck. >> yeah, that's a big -- that's a big piece of fowl. >> yeah. it makes you smile. >> speaking of fowl -- we have an nba baller. yeah ahead an nba big man is in town. when he calls you just got to make room in the show. >> that and hunter pence and the giants -- man's getting paid. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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hunbled... " " baseball up top, what a sendoff into the off-season for hunter pence. who in front of his fans little overwhelmed. >> god you didn't bless me with grace. you didn't bless me with very much style. but thank you for giving me heart and a chance. >> willie mack award winner, pence and the giants fans are going to see him patrol the outfield and swing the bat
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another five years. this morning pence reportedly agreed to a five year, $90 million deal it includes a no- trade clause. pence has been the biggest right-handed bat for the giants since jeff kent. the contract becomes official after pence passes a physical tomorrow. here's the aforementioned pence against the pa trays today. -- padres today. third and king. no more tied with pence aboard. he delivers a huge, huge home run. number 27 for the year with the giants led 3461. and in -- 3-1. and in control. but had it rough in the 4th. serves one up to jesus guzman a two one shot. four run inning for san diego. they take the lead. top 5, more carnage. but -- yeah. juan perez says no not so fast. look at the throw. look at the tag. chase headley a dead stop. so the padres did put it away in the 9th. jedd gyorko. the padres win it final of 9-3.
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a's business no cespedes again. dinged up shoulder. he'll mostly rest until the playoffs again next week. jared parker -- mmm. picked a bad day to take the mound. when the ball is up. going to get hit. justin smoak got him. then it's brad miller here and then the knockout blow in the 5th. miller again with the bases loaded a grand slam. 7-1 mariners. parker didn't make it out of the 5th. gave up seven runs. the a's did make a gallant comeback. brandon moss -- he's kind of strong. how about 30 home runs for the year? the a's cut the lead to 7-5 and then with the bases drunk in the 8th. jed lowrie can't even swing the bat. caught looking. a's lose 7-5. so the red sox lock up the number one spot in the american league. the a's number two. a. l. wild card is messy.
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rangers are still alive and a.j. per seven ski singled in a run. tampa bay two straight losses at the worst time. they fell to the blue jays 7-2. no. so in control right now with the cleveland indians. who win nine straight. michael bourn -- doubles in a couple. vern just beat -- bourn just beats the throw in. the indians win it 5-1. what does it all mean? the tribe currently hold the top spot while the rangers and rays both one game back. the top two teams will meet in a wild card play-in game on tuesday. the final day of the regular season is tomorrow. local college football tonight. both up north cal a five touchdown underdog to oregon. stanford a ten point favorite to win at washington state. alcatraz. the rock. some hardened criminals to
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tourist attraction to basketball arena and tonight, it's the king of the rock tournament. rajon rondo of the celtics on hand last year. and clipper forward blake griffin tonight will oversee 60 guys from 19 countries duke it out. i spoke with him a couple of hours ago. you're finally crowned the world's best one-on-one player. >> as i understand it 64 guys mano e mano and it all happens in one night. >> yes. yes. they take the -- i've actually been to some around l. a.. i take the best players from like big cities and each city like guys come from all over. 64 guys make it here to alcatraz. they crown a champion. they crown a dunk champion. dunk contest champion. it's pretty sick. >> when the cameras weren't rolling i took a basketball and i showed it to him. and then i dunked on him. >> was he laying down on his back or his stomach? >> it was a bobblehead doll. >> okay good. [ laughter ] >> there we go. >> just saying.
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>> there we go. all right. and so -- what five touchdown underdogs is that what i heard? >> 35 point underdogs. but -- it's like a quagmire up there in oregon. i mean -- it could be the ultimate equalizer. so maybe cal can hang in there for just a little bit. >> i take the points tonight. in the rain? take the points. >> yeah -- >> all the highlights for us at 11:00. >> man that's a spread. >> see you then. have a good night. [ captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838 email: ] ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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