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>> a manhunt up and down i-95, through maryland and delaware. killing three of his co-workers. plus, first on 4, gas station vacuum cleaners turned into one crook's piggy banks. tens and thousands of dollars stolen and now a break in the case. the olympic superstar adding her voice to a social media movement sharing her story of sexual assault that began when she was a teenager. and right now at 5:00, every officer on i-95 is hunting for a gunman. >> he is said to be armed and dangerous and he's still on the move suspected of shooting people in two states now. >> five people were shot this morning in edgewood, maryland. three of those people are dead. two more are still in the hospital. all of them worked at advanced granite solutions. that office is in hartford county, 25 minutes north of
to delaware where he shot another person. >> the northeast corridor, there's a search for this man. >> news4's kristin wright is following this story from the first scene, which is hartford county, maryland. she joins us live from edgewood. >> reporter: yes, radee prince's workplace is where the crime began. a few of the workers are coming back to their job here. five employees this morning showed up for work thinking it was a regular wednesday morning. those five will not be going home tonight. three of them will never be going home and now a manhunt. radee prince is on the run, wanted for shooting five co-workers, killing three. police say prince opened fire through the
park. >> he was scared out of his mind, you know what i mean? all i caught was he was freaking out. >> reporter: after killing his co-workers, prince crossed state lines and shot someone at a used car lot in wilmington, delaware. prince got away again. he's considered armed and dangerous. >> in the northeast corridor, there's a search for this suspect. everyone is aware of who is being looked for for these crimes here and for the crime up in delaware. >> reporter: prince's criminal record is long. he's worked there for four months. ray and his employees say everyone was terrified. >> they locked themselves in our business.
take a look at radee prince. he's in a 2008 black gmc acadia. of course the question is why. the sheriff says they are still investigating. they do not know the motive. back to you. >> kristin, we understand that he knew the employees. did he know the victim in delaware? >> reporter: we don't know the answer to that question. we did ask the sheriff, we said, what is the relationship, if any, between prince and his location in wilmington, delaware, where the second shooting happened? the sheriff said all of that is in question. >> what a tense morning it's been there. kristin, thank you. the gunman is still out there this evening. the coverage will continue as the manhunt unfolds. stay on top of this with our nbc washington app.
wendy? so what started as an off-handed remark has now become a growing controversy and the president has sparked a split wall war of words after a congressman said that mr. trump had this to say to a widow of a fallen soldier. >> something to the fact that he knew what he was getting into when he signed up but i guess it hurts anyway. when she hung up the phone she said he didn't even remember his name. >> news4's erika gonzalez is in the newsroom. >> staff sergeant la david johnson was killed earlier this month in niger. florida congresswoman fredrica wilson was with the widow when she drove to the airport to receive his body. today, sergeant johnson's mother says s
stands by the account of the congresswoman. but the white house is pushing back. president trump first tweeting that he has, quote, proof otherwise before making these remarks. >> i did not say what she said. i had a very nice conversation with the woman, the wife who sounded like a lovely woman. did not say what the congresswoman said. >> wilson says she stands by her account calling his remarks insensitive and tweeting the widow's name to the president. and a sailor from maryland says she has never received a call when her son died in august. investigators are still looking into that crash as well as the circumstances surrounding the deaths of the american service members in niger. wendy, jim? >> erika, thank you. we have an update on the
critically injured in the massacre. tina frost's father spoke with news4's chris gordon. >> reporter: rich frost tells me that his daughter tina is making progress here at the john homp ki hopkins hospital. >> walking and talking and understanding things and some of these are happening. slowly but sure ree. >> reporter: tina frost was hit in the head by a bullet. her boyfriend austin carried here 300 yards to a truck that took her to the hospital saving her life. now austin is part of the team that is by her side around the clock at johns hopkins during her recovery and rehab. >> gunshots to the head, 5% survive and 3% have quality of life. so i was like -- and to go from that to where we are now, it's a miracle. >> reporter: rich frost says his
victims of the las vegas shootings. reporting from the johns hopkins hospital in baltimore, maryland, chris gordon, news4. and this afternoon we heard for the first time from the security guard who first encountered that gunman who later killed 58 people and wounded hundreds more in vegas. jesus campos appeared on "the ellen show" and found something blocking a fire escape and when he removed it, the door slammed shut and that's when the shots were fired. >> at first i took cover. i felt a burning sensation. i went to go lift my pant leg up and saw the blood. there was a female that came out and i told her to go back inside. it wasn't safe. >> uh-huh. >> shortly after, that's when stephen was approaching and i told him to stay back and get cover and that's
rounds were dispersed. >> investigators say that stephen paddock, the gunman, fired 200 rounds through his hotel door. campos does not plan to ever talk about that night publicly again. a sponsor for "the ellen show" is donating $25,000 to the victims' fund in his name. the justice department plans to appeal the latest court rulings against president trump's travel ban. a federal judge in maryland says the administration's new ban is tainted with religious discrimination. a judge in hawaii has also blocked it. that travel ban was set to take effect today. >> protesters here in the district demonstrated against the ban. news4's meagan fitzgerald reports on the coalition of groups and their no muslim ban campaign. >> this is not just about an executive order that is on paper. this is about families and people's lives. >> reporter: once
together outside of the white house, many holding signs and demanding equality for all people, urging president trump to stop what they are calling his war on diversity and immigrants. >> no muslim ban. >> no muslim ban! >> we are standing together! >> we are standing together/. >> reporter: so protesters made their way from where president trump lives down pennsylvania avenue to his hotel. >> my parents came here from eastern europe and we need to keep this country open for immigrants of all kinds. >> we need to give this message to mr. trump. >> reporter: this man and his 8-year-old son are from yemen. his wife and two young children have been stuck there because of the travel ban. so he's out here fighting for them. >> two of them and their mother are waiting to get visas to hear. >> reporter: they are hoping that more people hear their
>> we're against the muslim ban and we want to show that we are u.s. citizens and we're not okay with it and everyone is welcomed here. this is america. >> reporter: reporting in the district, meagan fitzgerald, news4. new at 5:00, a registered sex offender from northern virginia has been charged with sexual battery after placing an ad on craigslist and police believe there could be more victims out there. officers say imtiaz rauf placed an ad on craigslist for the position of administrative assistant. officers say he attacked a woman when she arrived for an interview. officers believe he placed other ads and may have committed the same crimes. an explosion startles people eating lunch today at the olive garden. look at that. chopper 4 was over the scene in laurel. that was caused by an electrical panel at the restaurant. two employees got minor
restaurant at the time when this explosion occurred. alrighty. doug decided to go to six flags today and there he is. working hard. >> he's like a kid out there. he is joining us from the shipwreck falls ride? >> reporter: yeah, that's behind me. and take a look. this is not opened tonight but it's opened on thursday, friday and saturday. we saw a show earlier and coming up we'll do something really, really cool. i can't wait to show you what we'll be doing. it's a spectacular afternoon. plenty of blue skies. temperaturewise, only 69 degrees with the sunshine and beautiful afternoon with winds out of the south at 8 miles an hour. temperatures around the region, right around the metro area. 70 degrees. rockville at
now, tomorrow, starting off once again on a cold note or we'll call it cool because it won't be quite as cool. you may need the coat tomorrow morning but you won't tomorrow afternoon. sunglasses during the day and long sleeves, yeah, but i haven't needed them outside just yet. taking a look at what we'll do here in a second, we're going to go live on this roller coaster ride. this is called the apocalypse. i can't wait to do it. my seat is right there. that nice gentleman, right there, he's ready to go with me. she became a social media celebrity for her not impressed face, now mikayla maroney is delivering a very
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we continue to work the breaking story. six people shot, three killed, two separate scenes. the urgent manhunt for the gunman is ongoing. radee prince is a wanted man. three people killed in edgewood, two wounded. then he drove to wilmington, delaware, and police say he shot another man there. as we get updates, we'll bring them to you live here on news4. i'm erica gonzalez. we're getting video from st. petersburg, florida, where a small plane has crashed and hit a couple of cars. in all, four people had to be sent to the hospital. two people were actually onboard that plane. this was in st.
florida. one of the stars of the u.s. gymnastics team says she is a survivor of sexual abuse. olympic gold medalist mckayla maroney is the latest celebrity to share her story through the #metoo. she was assaulted by larry nassar. more on maroney's comments and the consequences that nassar is now facing. there is a bill to take away the possibility of arrest if you don't pay your fares on metro. here's a closer look at that debate. >> reporter: check it out, this is how a lot of fare evasion happens. the customer pays, a lot of people just walk through the turn styles and get through. and it happens time a
just skipping right through. but here's the main question. what should be the penalty? fined or arrest? >> i think it should be a fine and a second offense, maybe an arrest. >> reporter: this councilmember is introducing a bill. >> there's been a 40% increase in arrests made by metro for fare evasion. we feel like it should not be arrests. it should be more fines. use the energy elsewhere. >> reporter: metro does admit that a chicagodown on fare evaders has happened. they put an ad out today saying 92% of fair stops result in either a warning or citation and arrests are almost always the result of another crime, like an outstanding warrant. the d.c.
be presented tomorrow. he stresses that fare evaders should still have to pay the fines but more serious offenses warrant arrest. >> there are people who are certain, those bus drivers and train operators. >> reporter: in the meantime, bus riders say that paying metro shouldn't even be a question. >> you can't get a free ride. there's nothing free, right? >> reporter: at metro center, adam tuss, news4. today we're recognizing an iconic career. donnie simpson's smooth voice has been a washington staple for four decades now. molette green sat down with the broadcasting legend. >> reporter: donnie simpson celebrates a milestone he knows is rare as a deejay today. >> i really haven't thought much about it. i guess 40 years is pretty significant. and then they've got the concert
over me. so, you know, it's cool. >> reporter: just days before a star-studded anniversary celebration in his honor at the warner theater, donnie met we at a local coffee shop. >> it's been amazing what d.c. has done for me, you know. he used to do sports and we have a george michaels backup on channel 4. that's where it started. and then to go on and do video soul and that took me across the country. >> how you doing in welcome to video soul. i'm donnie simpson. >> reporter: the detroit native who first cracked the mike at age 15 proudly sports an iconic d.c. bomber jacket. some of music's biggest stars are now among his closest friends. >> just last night i was hanging out with smoky robinson and gladys knight. and, you know, i'm still such a
people are my friends. >> reporter: his image forever immortalized. his wife captured in this photo kissing his image. his voices the smooth voice of black culture and those sparkling eyes, affectionately called the green-eyed bandit. >> i've never said it. not once in my life have i said that. everywhere i go, you hear that. they shout it out to you, green-eyed bandit. ♪ >> reporter: he has privileges that he knows most deejays don't have at the mike. 40 years and counting in washington as a radio powerhouse. molette green, news4. >> there is only one donnie. and we're giving away tickets to the 40th anniversary cra
theater. head to our facebook page and tell us why you love the donnie simpson show and we'll select a few ran don winners. you were talking about his eyes but he's always got a smile on his face. >> he's the happiest guy ever, ever. he used to be down in the basement so we would see him all the time in the lobby. hanging out with smoky robinson and glad nys knight as you do. good people. >> what a life. >> congrats, man. >> he's had a big life. that's wonderful that he shared it with us. you know, communities east of the river in d.c. don't have a lot of options when it comes to sit-down restaurants or even high-end coffee shops. that could be changing. starbucks is headed their way. plus, a new victim to help victims of domestic violence after they leave an abusive situation. why woman says it has made all of the difference in the world. and after two nights with the frost warnings, a warmup is on the way and there's the roller coaster t
going to take off again? >> we're trying this live. we have the go pro right here. take a look at it. start us off. it is ready to go. we have a ghoul back here as well. guys, this is going to be -- yes, i've done this. one thing about this stand-up roll roller coaster, you have to keep your head back. temperaturewise right now, hey, pretty nice. it's in the 70s and all in all, a great night. fright fest starts on friday. it's friday night, saturday night and sunday night. you can come in during the afternoon and see the ghouls coming in around the 5:00 hour. looking really good for that. i want to shout out to riverside high school and loudoun county. raising money for breast cancer. guys, we're at the top. here we go. are you ready for this?
you're at work and riding a roller coaster. kids at home, this is the job you want. be a meteorologist. anyway, tomorrow morning, not as cold. no frost out there. 50 degrees at 7:00 a.m. by lunchtime, around 68. 4:00 in the afternoon, 74. this is the kind of weather we wait for. this is what we think of when we think of october. as we look to the weekend and the events, we have the marine corps marathon. a cool start, warm finish, hydration is key. start off with a long-sleeve shirt. heading to the pumpkin patch, looking great. brunch on both saturday and sunday. temperatures for the weekend, mid-to upper 70s. next chance of rain, next tuesday. doug, where are you at at this point? is it over? >> yes, it is over. we made it. all right. everybody off. everybody off. all my friends can
whoo! see, their hats stayed on and everything. everything looks good. we'll send it back to you guys. i have to catch my breath a little bit. >> that's a scary looking bunch. that corkscrew looked pretty wild. that was wicked looking. >> i wouldn't do that three times. that was my third time. >> you're going to need a neck brace tomorrow. >> i love to see doug just a tad rattled. >> we were expecting a scream. >> all right. good work. >> you can go scream now. >> exactly. >> well, they were easy targets but the burglar got away with tens, even hundreds of thousands of dollars. up next, how police got the man who was cleaning out those gas station vacuum cleaners. i'm tracee wilkins. coming up on news4,
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used car lot in delaware and five in this harford county granite company where he works. three of prince's co-workers died. >> he's armed and dangerous. >> news4's kristin wright is on the scene and her latest update is moments away. the man suspected of targeting gas stations throughout the dmv is in custody. >> pat collins has more details about this. pat? >> reporter: wendy, they got them. the suspect in the coin car vacuum caper is in jail tonight in prince george's county, picked up by the sheriff's
there. the coin theft suspect identified as 41-year-old james jackson now wanted in connection with thefts involving coin-operated vacuum machines and this is how the sources tell the story. september 3rd, he comes to the station at tyson's corner and goes to the car vacuum and using a special tool, he breaks open a special block and he must have done pretty well. because less than a month later, he returns to the same station and takes a quarter, puts it in the slot and listens. it sounds empty. no quarters. but he doesn't give up. he goes to the vacuum on the other side of the station and opens the lock and,
quarters all over the place. sources say jackson was identified by surveillance video and witnesses. now, yesterday we talked to this man who owns 106 car vacuum machines. he says 58 of them ripped off. how much money have you lost? >> $200,000. >> reporter: gas station owners say these thefts have been going on for some time. >> he has been at the different stations and they have notified one another. they've sent pictures to one another and called one another to inform them to be on the lookout for this guy and that's one of the ways that we've been contacted and alerted to his whereabouts. >> reporter: stick around. at 6:00 i'm go to car vacuum city where jackson ripped off six vacuums, one a
after another, just like that. i'll see you at 6:00. wendy, back to you. >> all right. thank you, pat collins. you know, in the last hour we've learned that a man accused of kidnapping a student and forcing him to withdraw money from atms, he drove the victim through d.c. and maryland and was expected to reach a plea deal today on a federal charge of kidnapping but the hearing was just postponed until early november. that suspect is from london and was arrested after traveling across the country from the district to seattle. he is facing life in prison. a large cross that sits in a maryland highway median may need to come down after a federal court found it violates the constitution. this 40-foot bladensburg cross has stood for more than 90 y
a national secular group says the cross ignores nonchristian veterans. the judges said because the cross is the core symbol of christianity, it violates the separation of church and state. it's a major contributor of heart disease and stroke. high blood pressure is america's silent killer and it's still out of control. the last time we saw john wahl on this court, he was leaping up on this stable to celebrate the game six thriller. he's john wahl, i am getting down. and we'll have a live report if i'm out of trouble. as we look to the end of the work week, coming up, storm team 4
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finding a safe place to go is one of the biggest challenges for women who want to get out of abusive relationships. well now there's a new program in prince george's county helping survivors get back on their feet. our bureau chief tracee wilkins talked to a woman who said it made a huge difference in her life. >> i was right over here, 103. >> reporter: about 15 years
this apartment building sheltered women desperate to leave their homes. tanya was one of them. >> i saw both of my eyes black and i knew i couldn't keep my kids there to see that. >> reporter: after three years of abuse she left but found herself back in the relationship because shelters wouldn't take her and her children together. >> but if you took my kids, you might as well let me die. >> reporter: and this very often keeps victims stuck in situations that are dangerous, both to them and their children. a $1.5 million grant was announced that will help women transition into safe, temporary housing. >> what we are hoping to do is to reach the large number of individuals who want to leave before something happens. >> reporter: the program can be accessed through the county's family crisis center. tanya says it's what these women need. >> because it's going to free many victims and they are going to be able to
families. >> reporter: so in an effort to bring awareness to both domestic violence and this new money, the krispy kreme has domestic violence purple donuts. if you buy one, you'll get a purple light and a card with resources. >> nbc 4 has more information called safe at home. if you or someone you know was impacted by this, look for help and resources. a new report shows more than half of all americans suffer from high blood pressure. fewer than that are able to actually control it. the national center for health statistics say high blood pressure is most prevalent among african-american men and
historic anacostia. only on news4, tom explains the new development has some folks worried, too. on the edge of historic anacostia, change is coming fast. and news4 has learned it will be home east of the river. >> starbucks has signed a letter of intent and we expect them to go there in the not too distant future. this follows the recent groundbreaking for the popular cafe and bookstore chain that will open down the street
long-time residents hearsay they welcome new businesses and new jobs but also worry it could display local small businesses. >> yeah. yeah. >> mayor muriel bowser says more will be done. >> we do it with them in mind. >> reporter: bowser will announce a new starbucks deal once the paperwork is signed. >> i'm erika gonzalez and this is southbound 270 before montgomery village. where youee
on the left side of your screen, it looks like an 18-wheeler has caught fire. that's the southbound back over to you guys in the studio. >> thank you, erica. have a heartbreaking game seven defeat, the wizards are back. carol maloney is at the capital arena. we were talking about a team that could bring d.c. a title, aren't we, carol? >> reporter: it's opening night for the wizards and champion-level teams compete from day one and you remember the 2-8 start and wizards are
erz tonight and they got to game seven last year and it all starts with wall. he provided a moment that will live on with the game six three-point stealer. he's not satisfied. not even close. wall is going into his eighth year and has made it clear that advancing to the finals is the only goal and the disappointing end of last year is fueling him now. >> it gives me motivation no matter what. and then just as a team, it is all about motivation. we know one team is not going to fly under the radar anymore and we have to go out there and improve it every night. >> i'm excited. every year you want it to be a special season. but i think we have a good group of guys and fans are going to continue to support becau
they play hard. we have the recipe of being a talented team. and skill set, players play hard and care for one another. hopefully that continues throughout the season. >> coach scott brooks, this is his second season with the team. experts saying that john wall will need to have an mvp worthy season to get to the goals that they want but he says bring it on, john wall is not backing down from that. wizards and 76ers, tip at 7:00. >> carol, thanks so much. let's head back to six flags. doug has caught his breath. >> there he is. >> reporter: we were in ghost
areas where the characters here, the ghouls here are going to be straight out of a western. many of them coming back to life, so to speak. they have the guns going on. these ghouls have been following me around the entire time. i i have to make sure when i get in my car that none of them are in there at that point. joe is one of the managers. this is when everybody can come out and get a little scared or not. >> absolutely. i love fright fest. friday, saturday, sunday, 6 haunted houses and our hundreds of ghouls taking on the shows and houses. >> and the best part is you said the roller coasters are open until 11:00, 12:00 at night? >> definitely. check before you come out but it's all t,
do. a completely different experience than what you're normally used to. >> reporter: the weather could not be better. tonight is great, too. but tonight, they are not opened yet. they are opening on friday night. thank you guys so much. out there tonight, 69 degrees. temperatures fall through the r 50s. it's going to be the same thing as we make our way into the day on friday. and into saturday and sunday. nice, cool nights and nice, warm afternoons. it's different depending on where you are. the suburbs are much cooler. amelia, talking about right now how that does differ from region to region from around our area. >> reporter: doug, we're going to do something new tonight for the news4 zone forecast. i know you're going to be trick-or-treating live with your kids. there's a perfect costume idea waiting there for you. i want to start you off with the d.c. metro zone. this includes washington, arlington, alexandria,
prince georges, howard county. tomorrow, another sunny and nice day. it's going to be mild at the end of the marathon. keep that in mind. frederick, do you do down, through culpeper and orange, talking about the weather there. not as cold as tomorrow morning. you have been talking about waking up with frost on your windshield to strap that office. still a chilly start in our western zones with temperatures in the low 40s tomorrow morning. heading to our eastern zones, this is southern maryland down through frederick, maryland. water temperature is at 68. not too bad for this time of year and no small craft advisory in
this is hagerstown, and luray. high temperatures in the low 70s. looking ahead to the weekend, this is the weekend to head out to the mountain zone and check out the fall colors. they are starting to peak. for tomorrow, highs in the mid-70s. as we look to the weekend, plenty of sunshine, especially on saturday. >> amelia, thanks so much. it was an expression on her face that went viral on the internet. you may remember that. >> she made fun of it during a
ralpand as a doctor, nobody ever asked if i'm a democrat or republican. they just want my help. so if donald trump is helping virginia i'll work with him. but donald trump proposed cutting virginia's school funding, rolling back our clean air and water protections, and taking away health care from thousands of virginians. as a candidate for governor, i sponsored this ad because i've stood up to donald trump on all of it. ed gillespie refuses to stand up to him at all.
the latest celebrity is talking about the sexual assault and she said it happened in the doctor's office. nbc explains why mckayla maroney is coming forward now. >> reporter: from hollywood now to the world of sports, shocking allegations of sexual from an olympic gold medalist. in the wake of the harvey weinstein scandal, gymnast mckayla maroney claims
for years. she's using the viral #metoo. she says in part, "i had a dream to go to the olympics and the things i had to endure to get there were unnecessary and disgusting. >> it's giving victims a voice that have not had a voice and a choice where they haven't had a choice. >> reporter: the #metoo has become a movement of its own, used now more than 800,000 times. >> these are really serious issues. this is not just a flash on the pan in social media. >> reporter: so many people feel empowered to speak out right now. experts believe the systemic problem of sexual abuse reaches far deeper than harvey weinstein's epic fall from grace that could end with investigations leading to criminal charges. >> it's great to have awareness about
long-term behavioral change. now at 6:00, a deadly workplace shooting in maryland. >> there's an individual out there on the loose who committed one of the most heinous acts we've ever seen in our counsel. push back from president trump. >> she was in tears and she said, he didn't even remember his name. plus, the miracle after the las vegas massacre. >> she'll be walking and talking and understanding things and some of these are happening. slowly but surely. >> first, breaking news in the
>> police tell us he opened fire on co-workers in maryland and then took off for delaware. six people shot across two states. tonight, three are dead. >> the rampage started in hartford county, about 25 minutes north of baltimore. news4's kristin wright is live from the scene where all of this started in edgewood, maryland. kristin? >> reporter: well, i talked with one of the employees a few minutes ago and asked him about radee prince and all he had to say was that he was, quote, difficult. let's take you through what we know. five people were shot this morning in edgewood. three are dead. two are in the hospital in critical condition. all of them worked here at advanced granite solutions. the suspected gunman then left for delaware. >> this is a really, really sad event that has happened. here it is, again, another event, another tragedy. >> reporter: thiser