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great work so far, jonah, but your road to recovery is just beginning. i can't wait to see how well you'll be doing once you've completed this incredible program. ♪ ♪ >> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron. 4 news at all. >> tonight at 5 sacramento police now describing the shooting that took the lives of 6 people as a gang-related gun battle. this news comes as the community continues to process and grieve the lives lost that tragic night. thanks for watching. kron. 4 news at 5, everyone. i'm grant lotus and i'm vicki liviakis. the number of people responsible for the mass shooting in sacramento is growing longer. police now believe that there were at least 5 shooters involved early sunday morning
as of just yesterday. 3 possible suspects were named in that case. kron four's rob nesbitt has been following. the casey joins us live with the latest. rob, you get the sense that this investigation is far from over. that's right. grant vicki, we learned from police today that they believe gunfire was exchanged between 2 groups of people. it's become increasingly clear to authorities that this incident that gang violence is at the center of this incident. >> we have identified at least 5 and the downtown k street shooting from april 3rd. >> the update from sacramento. police came 24 hours after dandre martin made his first court appearance and his brother smiley martin was named as a possible suspect on wednesday. officer zach eaten confirmed the question of gang violence. 5 included 2 groups that where there was an exchange of gunfire between the 2 groups. >> we would like to confirm at this time that this shooting is gang-related. nearly 200 pictures and videos like these have been sent to police
helping them better understand what happened before during and after the shooting. a 3rd suspect. 31 year-old day beyond austin was arrested monday. >> but he has since been released on bail. officer in confirmed wednesday that smiley martin is still in police custody but would not name who the 5 suspected shooters are. we're still working through, like i said, who the actual shooters are. and this case, business owners in sacramento have expressed their concerns for safety in the days following the shooting death of 6 people. police have increased patrols downtown but are also encouraging the public to reach out and speak up. we encourage the if they see something that just doesn't feel right to. please call us. we have officers down are going to be willing and ready to respond to any concerns the community may have downtown. >> the majority of pictures and video evidence sent to police has been done to their community evidence portal using a qr code. and then in the sacramento police department's website and social media pages live in studio. i'm rob nesbitt. kron. 4 news. thank you, rob. the
3rd suspect in that shooting. 31 year-old avion dawson appeared in court for the first time today. we'll have a live report from sacramento on what was said and what it looked like outside the courtroom. that's coming up tonight at 5.30. and we're taking a look at the names and the faces of 6 people who were killed in that shooting over the weekend. 32 year-old joshua hoyt lou. casey, 21 year old john alexander. 57 year-old belinda davis. 29 year-old devazia turner. 38 year-old sergio harris and 21 meal martinez and roddy. and tonight we're hearing from the family of one of those victims today. kron four's haaziq madyun spoke to the mother of josh when the casey's 2 little girls. she talks about how hard it was to tell her daughters that their father is gone. it's a story you'll only see here on kron 4. how do you make sense of what happened that night? >> he just got caught up in being around their home. people basically.
>> the underground around people trying to have a big part trying to share his left. everybody. he just didn't know how to give that up and say, hey, i have to leave you guys where you are going to have to do my family. i talked to him all the time. and now it's just too late. now it's just too late. >> how does a mother tell her 9 year-old and 10 year-old daughters that their father has just been killed? that is the difficult conversation that 36 year-old passenger turner had with their 2 little girls about their father. 32 year-old joshua hoyt, okc being gunned down in this past weekend's mass shooting in downtown sacramento. >> every time i think about it, if i feel so broken inside. the girls, they just not at their father. this with the law right now. >> we now know that lucchese was among the 6 people who died in the additional 12 wounded during the incident. that same night prior to the
shooting, 2 of the suspects and joshua lucchese were allegedly seen together on a live social media post. one of the alleged shooting suspect was holding what appeared to be a have you seen that? tell me what you. what do you know about it? >> i have seen the video, but that was by that's not the person i he was caring. we love this girls. his girls left him. >> the shot to turn a says she has set up a gofundme to assist with the care of her daughters. now that their father, who she says was a good provider, is no longer with them. has made kron 4 news? >> and to follow all the developments on the mass shooting in sacramento, you can take out your phone scan this qr code and will guide you to our website where we'll be providing updates on the investigation, including the latest arrests and court appearances. the family of a 13 year-old boy has filed a claim against the city of san
francisco. they claim that their son who is black, was racially profiled and detained by police after leaving school for the day as kron four's dan kerman reports. now this is the first step before filing a federal civil rights lawsuit. >> never in a million years did i think that something like this would happen with him coming out of school? dolores coleman is talking about what happened to her 13 year-old son as he left san francisco's stern school one day last month. the stopped. grabbed. >> and held and detained for accusations that were totally unfounded. now, civil rights attorney john burris has filed a claim against the city and county of san francisco. >> suggesting police officers racially profiled the 13 year-old stopping and detaining him simply because of the color of his skin. police certainly have a right that they have reason to suspect to stop you need to have facts. and this case,
only fact to make this a racial profiling case. it was an african-american person wearing dark clothing. what you can find that type of person anywhere on any street. in any point out, this is surveillance video of the 13 year-old leaving school and attempting to get into a car before police grab him and detain him. burr says officers were looking for a suspect who is breaking into cars. however, the description of the suspect didn't match the 13 year-old and he was detained any way could a place to grab the person and put their arms behind that's not my that's a violation of that person's civil rights and it can scare a kid to the point that will leave a devastating, have a devastating impact up on him. >> i refer to as a scar, real scar that goes across grain. >> for us as these type of incidents can often lead to post-traumatic stress disorder. and the family is now getting the child therapy. they also plan to transfer him to a school outside of san
francisco. >> this has to stop happening to our children. it really does. the city will have 45 days to review the claim. if they rejected first will file a federal civil rights lawsuit seeking damages retraining of police officers and a change in police policy in san francisco. dan kerman kron. 4 news. >> all right. weather time now as we take a live look here at the golden gate bridge. warm, almost hot all the way to the coast and not your so is this going to last? yeah, we've got another day. i think a lot hotter tomorrow. he's going to see these temperaturer jump another 5, maybe 10 degrees by tomorrow afternoon. so if you thought it was getting toastie out there today, just wait till tomorrow. these temperatures going to sort out their beautiful skies. nice and clear. we've had that offshore wind. that's just beginning to change a little bit of a sea breeze starting to kick in. now, the help to cool you down a little bit. but look at the numbers. 70 degrees along the coastline of civic right now, 70 in half moon bay, 81 in fairfax, 73 in san francisco. so those are the amazing numbers is near
the coastal sections and even the valleys. you're talking mid 80's in many spots, even 90 degrees for our friends in cloverdale. so a toasty temperatures out there right now into this big dome of high pressure that ridge will likely strengthen for one more day. and that is going to keep these temperatures in the hot side. there's a chance we could see a couple records broken around the bay area right now. a little bit of a northerly component. the winds you see in parts the north bay and then along the coastline start to get a little bit of a sea breeze. but overnight tonight, yeah, it looks like we get back to more of those offshore winds in the offshore winds going to crank up again. that means tomorrow. we're going to see those temperatures. lots of 90's going to be common. we'll have more on that coming up in a few minutes. look forward to that. thank you, lawrence. and now to the latest on the crisis in ukraine. u.s. officials have announced new sanctions on russia and rushes financial institutions comes as nato. foreign ministers are gathering in brussels for a two-day meeting. >> to discuss the ongoing war in ukraine. mark mester has the latest developments.
>> there's nothing less happening. the major war crimes, responsible nations have to come together at all. these perpetrators accountable. president biden addressing the severity of new sanctions against the kremlin. the new penalties target to more russian banks. one of them is russia's largest lender. >> united states will impose full blocking sanctions on spare bank by far the largest financial institution rushed and alpha bank is largest private bank. it prohibits any assets from touching the united states financial system. >> it also stops any american from engaging in business with them to of russian president vladimir putin's adult daughters. >> who are both in their 30's now have their assets impacted. a senior u.s. official was quoted saying the united states believes many of wladimir putins assets are hidden with those family members. sanctions also impacting the family of russian foreign minister sergey lavrov along with members of russia's security council, including former russian president and prime minister dmitri medvedev.
those punishments handed down as the united states and eu alleged war crimes against russia. following images of mass killings in shallow graves in bucha, a suburb of ukraine's capital. meantime, ukrainian officials urging civilians to flee in the country's eastern region on the news of an impending russian offensive. russia reportedly carried out a series of missile strikes on fuel depots overnight. russian forces are trying to gain full control of the eastern donbas region. >> and that was mark mester reporting for us tonight. u.s. officials have been quoted saying the sanctions against russia are working but still need more time to really make an impact. also overnight, a ukrainian president volodymyr zelenskiy spoke with irish lawmakers. sowinski is calling for tougher sanctions against russia and also he's warning of a global food crisis after russian attacks on ukraine's agriculture industry. >> coming up with top oil executives are saying while in
lighter than when they first arrived at zeta to the long list of people victimized by smash-and-grab thieves in oakland. unfortunately crowd forcefully to go reports tonight. this auto burglary is setting them back. more than 10,000 bucks and >> now they're missing their passports. >> a frustrating yet familiar scene on the streets of oakland, broken glass of and burglarized and the victims left bewildered at how fast it happened. just ordering coffee and big. broke into the today after performing in san francisco, the venezuelan rock and latin jazz bands. it stopped by a coffee shop in downtown oakland monday afternoon. and when they return to their van, 2 windows were busted and their backpacks were gone. we had passports and >> defecation is work impairments. we had a love fortunately guitarist one g g lowe says their instruments were mostly untouched. still, they lost about $12,000 worth
of stuff. >> initially one, she says the group tried to track the thieves with gps from a pair of air pods but eventually backed off. no lukin into perspective. it is. it's a >> it's it's better that we didn't really engage. it going meet with them, especially if the thieves were armed. >> this is the first time has ever been burglarized in the united states. and they have been touring here the bay area for 5 years. the band filed a report with the oakland police department. >> but they understand they may never see their stuff again. the police department's latest crime statistics show auto burglaries are up 30% compared to last year, but down 9% overall versus the 3 year average. >> santa's fans have chipped in to raise more than $12,000 online to help with place what was lost. a local last shot expedited replacing the windows, allowing the ban to
continue its 2 were in southern california. fully cured all kron. 4 >> fremont police tonight are investigating a noose found on a high school campus there. this happened yesterday at american high school. the district telling kron 4 in a statement, quote, actions that demonstrate disregard for our values and for the individuals in our school community will not be tolerated. they going to say we will assign consequences to the person or persons responsible and quote, there is an ongoing investigation with the fremont police department. the district says it has. making extra counselors available for students and staff. >> the group of masked man stole 2 french bulldogs at gunpoint from a man in the south bay happened sunday night. the motor was just watching tv with his dog started barking. he opened the door to see what they were barking at. and that's when he says 4 masked men. chased him upstairs. he locked himself in the bathroom and when he came
out, the men were gone and so were his dogs. >> i genuinely think they went in there to take the dogs and they didn't take no valuables. the the mac book was on the table. >> both dogs are about to a year old. they're very cute. 5,000 $1 reward is being offered for information leading to the recovery of beloved docks frenchies and and they they are always getting taken. it seems popular. >> yeah, we go outside beautiful day in the bay. if you like it toasty, this is a live view this hour from our camera on mount temple. pius not a cloud in the sky. no foch, no fog, very pleasant. so i can preview maybe. >> it's a little early. yeah, a little early know. but here we go. i'm going to back. we'll get back to some wintry stuff next week. but right now, yeah, it is been toasty out there and a lot of folks may be headed out toward the to kind of cool off and they've seen some big waves out there supporting footers. plus, maybe some 17 footers along the coastline. so got to watch out for that. a golden
gate bridge looking nice and clear right now. that's what it's going to stay tonight. yeah, the wave staying large through the night. i think even tomorrow they're going to begin to subside a little bit. but if you plan to add the beach, be prepared, likely see some big breakers along the coastline. you've got to be very careful out toward the beaches. that water is awfully cold, too high pressure in control right now that is bringing with it the summer like temperatures outside number soaring all around the bay area. of fact, in places along the coastline. don't expect to see it. well, they're getting some very nice weather in the 70's along the coastline. look at coma. you're sitting at 70 degrees, 70 in pacific, a little further south. you're looking at the 70 degrees or 71 now in half moon bay over the hill. nice and warm. of course, foster city looking good at 82, sunny 84 belmont. 84 in san carlos. 86 in atherton about 84 in palo alto, beautiful across much of the bay area. but on the warm and toasty side, 88 milpitas right now, some 70's bumping up against the east bay hills cast valley, looking at 85 degrees and then get over the hill. and of course, you're dealing with temperatures in the mid 80's in many spots
there. so pretty warm all around the bay area. if you're stepping outside this evening, you're looking at a great night to get out there and go for a walk. if you like temperatures go to state unseasonably warm through the next few hours. we've got 70's and for 6 o'clock. and then by 8, we're still talking about those temperatures well into the 70's and some of those places still hovering near 80 degrees by 8 o'clock this evening. bigger changes on the rise. we'll talk more about that coming up in a few minutes. all right, lawrence will coming up. new surveillance video of the brush fire burning dangerously close to a cabin. >> the close call with raging flames. >> plus, high prices and low demand the bay area housing market is still seeing skyrocketing number.
>> for your money tonight here in the bay there. some indication the real estate market has slow down slightly but demand for holmes buying homes is still high. the inventory is low and you know what? that's a recipe for. cut 4 charles clifford breaks down the data this past february home sales did drop a bit as compared to the previous february, but with interest rates expected to rise over the course >> of the next year, people are rushing to buy homes and lock in low rates. and the real estate market most likely will remain hot for the foreseeable future. >> with a low inventory, we're seeing multiple offers and sky-high prices going even higher. julio leiva is a mortgage broker with marshall inc in burlingame. he says that right now in burlingame,
there are only around 11 homes for sale and far more people looking to buy. many of them are working with a sense of purpose trying to beat the clock. will the trend for buyers right now is low inventory mix with that impending rising rates are making people want to get into this market prior to the rates rising and houses that do come onto the market. arthur, long everywhere from 4 days to a week at this point. want the sellers. if they want to wait out for the open house, but >> highest possible prices are coming in right away. and people are, you know, paying top dollar predicting what mpwill happen next in real estate is very tricky. joey does believe that rising interest rates. >> we'll have an impact on the market. what that will be is unclear. i see as rates rise. a lot of people just get out of the game and then maybe, you know, will have buyers to stay in it. so they'll be less competition, perhaps that i don't know. but there is still significantly low inventory specifically here in the desirable peninsula. it's it's just been that way for since the pandemic. really. >> now, every spring, more
homes do come on the market, which could provide more options to people looking to buy homes. but prices most likely will remain high. but for now in the burlingame, charles clifford kron, 4 news. >> earthquake simulator is on tour around california today. it's in southern california, but it's headed north to berkley. the machine can actually simulate a quake anywhere from a magnitude 3 up to a 7 officials say it not only let people know how strong such quakes can be, but also, you know how to be prepared. have it had a had a brace for a big shake? the simulator is provided by the california governor's office of emergency services. the simulator will be in sacramento tomorrow that berkeley before it heads to salinas. >> coming up, glimpse into the future. we'll take a look at some of the vehicles that you could be driving by the year 2030, maybe even before and the risks you face. if you live in a home where there are hand guns, even if you don't own, we're use one yourself. the new warnings from
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they took sunday morning early sunday. they're encouraging people to share those videos and pictures with the department as soon as possible. meanwhile, the 3rd suspect arrested after the downtown mass shooting made his first court appearance. >> jeannie nguyen was there. she is now live for us in sacramento. jeanne, what can you tell us? vicki and grant today's arraignment was for 31 year-old dhabi on dawson and he's been charged with a felon in possession of a firearm. not to be clear. >> he is not currently in custody and he was in court today wearing an ankle monitor. dawson only address the judge today when asked to confirm his name. now following his brief court appearance, dawson was a free to go covering his face with his hat as he exited the building. that dawson didn't answer any questions. but a woman who says that she is his mother quickly came to his defense.
>> i acts. >> sacramento police did say yesterday that dawson is not charged with crimes directly related to the shootings. they see dawson just happened to be there and had a gun on him. but they do not believe it was used in the shooting sent this afternoon. dawson's mother also did say her son had a gun that night and was trying to run for shelter when shots were fired. live in sacramento union when kron 4 news. all right. thank jeanne. check back with you. find out more. have a good evening. >> other news now state leaders are trying to come up with strategies to cut down on crime. in the wake of that mass shooting in sacramento. yes, want more investments in community organizations. well, others are calling for more consequences. ashley zavala explains.