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sign. she came to a full stop and she looked both ways this kid was going really, really fast on the skateboard and going so fast. he tried to stop at the last moment and flipped his skateboard and tried to catch it. but he tripped and fell in front of the bus and i did hear him try to stay stop but it was too late. nobody could do anything at this point. it was way too late. accident scene is on the scene piecing together what happened talking to eyewitness news and taking measurements to give us a more definitive answer as to exactly what happened. you heard cheyenne say the young man tried to avoid the collision and so.bus driver. unfortunately, he did not make it. we will have more live in norton harry boomer, cleveland 19.
found in two counties. team coverage from huron county to richland county. >> mark: shelby miller in mansfield getting the latest on a body found there. chris tanaka joins with us a look at the criminal's past and denise zarrella getting answers on the unidentified victim and we begin team coverage with catherine bosley live in huron. >> denise: she has been talking to family members of one of the victims stacey stanley. they are speak catherine? >> reporter: it certainly is a family's worst nightmare, a loved one come up missing is indeed dead and that's exactly what the family and this house in huron is dealing with. >> the family of 43-year-old stacey stanley getting confirmation. stacey was the mother of two sons kurt and cory and a
all her life and one of the best people she has ever known. >> my sister stacey was the kindest person you would ever meet. she would do anything for anybody and give her her shirt off her back and would do anything. my sister is up in heaven with my mom now and i ask her to hug my mom for me. >> reporter: the family is so frustrated. they don't know exactly what happened to stacey. beginning stages and they are upset with police as well feeling police should have done more when they reported stacey missing thursday. police have on nothing to say as far as that goes. >> reporting live carolyn crib cleveland 19. >> denise: ashland police released the 911 tape of the woman who claims she was abducted by the suspect and able to get away. >> he had me tied up.
freed myself. >> the he, the caller believed to be referring to is the suspect shawn grate. >> mark: today we have learned grate is no stranger to police in richland county. we looked through court records and we have answers on his criminal past. >> chris: it is lengthy. grate's criminal history dates back 9 years and documents revealed in 2007 great had several ru offenses range from traffic violation to identity theft. in 2009 he was arrested for possession of marijuana and criminal activity resurfacing in 2013 when he received stolen property. he had drug possession charges in 2014. we also found two domestic cases involving a divorce and child custody dispute. >> getting answers, chris tanaka.
ashland county crime scene. >> denise zarrella continues team coverage with that part of the investigation. denise, no word yet who that person is as of now. i want to tell you, i am standing in front of the house where the 911 call brought police and ended up finding the kidnapping victim and suspect and two more bodies. i want to show you how close the house is to a coin laundry across the street here. th meshed posters, several up of stacey stanley up in the windows here and then yesterday they found out stacey stanley's body was across the street here the whole time. crime scene investigator seen working at the place where not even 24 hours earlier found a woman who said she was kidnapped and managed to call for help. while gathering evidence ashland
stacey stanley. the identity of the other woman still not being released. and she knew the suspect in custody 40-year-old shawn michael braee. grate recently ask ed her to go somewhere. >> he asked me to go to the house with me and my guilt said no, i am not going with you. i you think he got kind of mad at me and i am not going with shawn because my gut said not trust him. >> while we were out here today we had several women come up and said they had also been approached by shawn grate. he asked them to go somewhere. one of the women who said she was here at the laundry doing her laundry just a few days ago and he wanted her and her young son to come to the house with them. she said last tuesday she heard noises, strange noises coming
we know police after they took the suspect into custody he led them to one more body in mansfield and that's where we find cleveland 19 shelby miller. shelby? >> reporter: denise, that's right. this is the burned out home that the sheriff's office tell me he was staying at this summer in the woods behind this home and where grate took investigators and found the woman's body yesterday. the richland county sheriff's grate brought this unidentified woman to this abandoned home in june and at some point set the home on fire and they searched the home hoping to find evidence. the sheriff said they did recover several things and believe they know who the woman is. all they are saying they may not be from mansfield or richland county area. people who live in town are surprised to hear this news including a woman who lived
a year. she says he was once inside her home. >> i was shocked. he was always a nice guy. you never know anymore. as a woman you never know what will happen to you. it makes me lock the doors more and shut my windows. >> reporter: knowing he was across the street more than a year. >> scary. very scary. >> reporter: now right there you see the flowers minutes ago a woman walked up and laid them in front of the scene where this home was burned down in june and where the woman's body was found and i asked the sheriff's office for any information how this woman died or if they know who she is. they have not yet interviewed in richland county and once they learn more they will pass it along to us and we will pass it to you.
miles down the road from here. live in mansfield, shelby miller cleveland 19 news. >> all right, shelby. thank you. every law enforcement agency in ohio is required to have a written set of guidelines for handling missing persons cases. >> dan deroos is at the answer center to explain what family members of the missing can expect from their community. >> dan: the good news is there's a state law. you think this would have gone back further in 2007 staten acted what's known as jonathan's law to make sure every princess agency in the state have a policy for missing adults named after jonathan who went missing 83 days and his body was found in 2005. his mother did a lot of work to make sure this get passed. >> basics: if follow play is suspected authorities have 7 days to put all the information on the national registry.
from amber alerts. we are not dealing with children here. if no foul play is expected, they have 30 days to put it on the registry putting out an alert. why is that significant. if it is somebody who didn't show up after work or didn't show up home it doesn't necessarily mean foul play according to authorities and the way the attorney general sees it. and this is what happens and gets mudied up. >> the only way to put out a if they met every single one of these criteria checking hospitals and jails and checking with missing persons and neighbors, you need to do all the checks and they need to check neighborhood bars, work closely with local agencies with alzheimer's. if the individual is 65 years of age or older or mentally impaired yes, they can instantly send that out.
can meet before sending out that statewide alert. in the case of stacey stanley she was reported missing thursday falling well within the 7 days and we are not even sure they were told it was necessarily foul play and didn't show up and a lot of criteria. i wish the system was better and read through the policies from the ohio attorney general and this is what we have. we have something in place and that's no comfort to the families and what they are dealing with deroos. back to you. >> mark: cleveland 19 will continue covering this investigation from ashland to richland county watch on air and on-line twitter and facebook pages for in-depth coverage and if you have breaking news app we will send push alerts. and candidates are conducting almost weekly visits to the buckeye state and tonight donald trump returns to northeast ohio for a rally in
memorial center and they will start in less than an hour. police tell us there will be minor delays moving across the city. be prepared for that. more on mr. trump's visit coming up on cleveland 19 news at 9:00. a cleveland couple pleaded guilty to charges in the accidental shooting death of a 1-year-old boy. robinson and sims pleaded not guilty to dangering charges. robinson's 1-year-old son braylon was shot and killed by a 3-year-old who found the gun under the couch and robinson and sims will be sentenced in october. >> two sisters are hospitalized in fair view hospital's intensive care unit after saturday's car accident in the metro parks they were hurt when their car went off the road and flipped upside down.
no charges at this time. an arraignment today for the father who started a northeast ohio amber alert. william roberts pleaded not guilty of taking his 15-year-old daughter from a brunswick k- mart store and leading police on a chase. roberts, a convicted sex offender and known drug user lost custody of his daughter last week. bond is set at $25,000. the huron county plastic bag appears to be human. the coroner says pathologists in toledo are running tests to confirm it is human and also testing the bag that it was in to see if it contained some type of preservative. police do not know how the heartenedded up in the field or where it came from. >> mark: coming up, flu season is around the corner and time to get your flu vaccine.
it easy to get vaccinated. jeff? >> jeff: all right, guys, rain is clearing and around 70 at 7:00 and dropping to 67 at 9:00 and cooling things down. weekend rain threat. first alert details next segment get recalled for innerbelt changes. we are getting answers on a partial opening of the new bridge. that's straight ahead. get breaking news and weather now on the cleveland 19 brothers floor show. it is time
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live from cleveland's newscenter driven by don joseph toyota in kent, this is cleveland 19 news. we are headed into flu season now. have you had your flu shot yet? the cleveland clinic wants to make sure you are protected. they are holding multiple flu vaccine clinics in their facilities in northeast ohio and recommending everyone six months and older get vaccinated before the end of october to make sure you have adequate protection.
>> denise: by the end of next week, drivers will start using the eastbound part of the george voinovich bridge. saturday september 24th at 10 a.m. two lanes of the eastbound bridge will be open to traffic there. there's work to be done on the innerbelt bridge and remainder of the lanes will open at the end of october and unfortunately, that means part of i-71 merging to 90 will be reduced to one lane until construction is finished. always always tracking. now your first alert forecast. >> jeff: all right. we will start things off with the satellite. i say satellite because we no longer a need the radar because the rain is out. .1 to .25 of rain and came through fairly quickly and now dealing with high clouds and the drier air will continue to work in. we almost have a full moon lit sky tonight. it is full enough and brighten
out for. sunshine in the forecast tomorrow and friday. here saturday this is the next alert day for showers and storms. the problem with this system it is slow moving. it is with us pretty much all day on saturday. the risk, it won't rain all the time saturday. we are not expecting severe. i will show you this on the forecast map here why we have to carry showers and storms in t 73 tomorrow. friday after a cool morning it will warm up to around 80. here comes the front over the weekend. showers and storms saturday especially afternoon and evening and then the thing is, this front will be hanging around on sunday. that can still trigger scattered showers and storms and mainly first half of the day sunday. i am hopeful we will get this rain out in time for kick off at
north wind 10 to 15 knots. waves 2-4 feet and moderate chop. clearing trend will continue. 56 the akron-canton and 73 tomorrow the high sunny and comfortable if you like it that way. near 70 at 11:00 and up to 73 at 2:00 in the afternoon. tomorrow night down to 51. friday sunny to partly cloudy and 80 and over the weekend here we go. showers and storms windy and humid saturday with that high of 80. 66 saturday night and threat of showers and storms and scattered stuff sunday. i have to have an alert sunday mainly first half of the day and increasing sun sunday afternoon and we will keep an eye on it. monday, tuesday and wednesday headed back to work. >> everybody cares about the browns game. >> jeff: right now could be rain around.
now this is the serpentini chevrolet sports report cleveland 19 news. oh, they're coming and caught! >> tony: get ready, ravens. these are the kind of plays we draw up in berea off the feet into the arms for a touchdown just like that mccown magic is back. i don't want to imply we are used to shuffling quarterbacks around in this town. this graphic is not new.
have seen the ravens and he lit them up twice last season in two games in baltimore. week five. browns won the game in overtime. and listen he can put up big numbers and doesn't give it away. >> we will feature some different plays probably in the play book this week than we have shown before with robert. that's the flight 800 of the business. >> for us it is learning the game plan and execute it at a high level. that's the best. >> tony: meantime rg iii spoke out for the first time since getting bad news monday and laughed missing the redskins game in two weeks. he knows this is bigger than healing old wounds. it is preventing new ones and says it is not the end of his run with the browns. >> you fight through a lot of things. i come to the conclusion that god has a different story for me
i look forward to coming back and playing with these guys and win some games and change the culture. >> bring on baltimore and tailgate. as always we get you started. goalic and beanie and jurevicious. >> and this is a crucial stretch not because tigers are coming to town friday but if your name is not corey kluber you have been struggling down the stret bumped to the bullpen three weeks ago and gets another start in chicago. they need tomlin to pull it together again with salazar shut down and we will be over this tonight. indians in great shape. nobody is packing and avoided a four game or more losing streak. they have to get the arms rolling again. >> denise: they can do it.
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what i'll do as president. >> jeff: all right. let's check it out. tomorrow the sun shines. in fact, one of those days where we may not see a cloud in the sky 73. friday 80 and things unsettled into the weekend. saturday showers and storms, windy and humid and even scattered storms sunday. an update at 11:00. >> mark: thank you for joining
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