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we begin with breaking news - of a body discovered in norfolk. right now norfolk police are 26th street on villa circle. we )re told the body was discovered just before 4 this afternoon - near the lafayette river. our allison mechanic is on the scene gathering the breaking details. look for a live update right here on newschannel three. and more breaking news - fire crews are at a mobile home fire in virginia beach. they got the call about half an hour ago-- this is near the north carolina line on indian creek road and crags causeway. fire
no word on how the fire started. now to chesapeake - where police confirm that a man killed his grandmother. we told you yesterday - cameron dooley is accused of killing his entire immediate family. newschannel 3 s margaret kavanagh is live tonight outside the temple baptist church. margaret what new details can you tell us about the case? the dooley family created this church according to the pastor. many people are coming here to grieve. we have also learned that it )s unclear exactly when this family we shot and killed. police tell me today that the last time anybody heard from anyone in the dooley family was monday night the police were called out
pkg tonight the motive remains a mystery. police say 26 year old cameron dooley executed his family by shooting his grandmother doris, his parents todd and lori, his brother landon and little sister brooke. sot: jeff salami/family friend 22:00 as a kid very isolated very onto himself." track but why? the biggest question that remains. jeff salami says he s known the family for 14 years. sot: jeff salami/family friend 21:25 "i was surprised i was stunned i don t know what to do i didn )t know what to say" track today we learned from the medical examiner that they all died as a result from a single gunshot wound to the head--- except for doris. they have not released where she was shot. sot: jeff salami/family friend 23:44 everybody s feeling the pain. track the dooley )s were known as leaders at the temple baptist church which is now being used as a place for the community to mourn-- a special service held last night. meanwhile - chesapekae school district leaders say grief counselors have been available for staff and students - which is where 17 year old brooke was a
sot; taylor scruggs/family friend 55:13 losing someone in your class it )s really hard especially someone that you )ve known since first grade ( 56:25 they were loving and they welcomed anybody they had open arms. they are some happiest and nicest people i ve ever met my entire life" candle vigil is tomorrow at 5 here at the church live in chesapeake mk newschannel 3 newschannel three has been following the story - since we brought you the breaking news yesterday. to see more of our continuing team coverage of this tragedy - head to wtkr - dot com. a virginia beach inmate is accused of trying to smuggle drugs into jail. this is 22-year- old zachary creekmore. on wednesday-- police say he was booked on
charges. later that day-- deputies heard that he smuggled he was searched. authorities say when they searched his cell they and marijuana. deputies believe he swallowed the drugs and planned to selling them to other inmates. the sun was out - but it was cold and windy day across hampton roads. it seems it may warm up. let s check in with chief meteorologist patrick rockey with more on what you can expect. remember last weekend when the winds were howling, rain and snow were falling and you were dreaming of spring-like weather? your dreams will come true this weekend! after a chilly start on saturday morning, with clear skies and temperatures in the upper 20s and lower 30s, we ll enjoy a nice warm up in the afternoon. a
kick in, sending the mercury into the low-to-mid 50s under sunny skies that southerly breeze really takes hold on sunday. an area of high pressure off the coast will help send temperatures into the low-to- clouds from time to time. and temperatures should really soar on monday. many of us will climb to around 70 under partly cloudy skies. but our warmest temperatures usually come just before a cold front arrives. and that happens on tuesday. high temperature will drop 10-15 degrees. and we may see a little rain drop, too. rain is also looking likely on wednesday, as temperatures rebound into the mid-to-upper 60. rain should end early on thursday, with temperatures dropping back into the 50s and
into the 40s! we have new details - about a body found - inside a burning home. chesapeake investigators tell newschannel three - the person found dead - committed suicide. firefighters arrived at the house on hoover avenue yesterday afternoon. crews were able to extinguish the fire and that s when they discovered the body inside. neighbors tell newschannel three that it was an older woman founinside the home. neighbors described her as a very friendly and social person. investigators have not revealed exactly how the fire started. as the gun control debate, continues to be in the national spotlight -- a local sheriff )s office says they are taking action to make sure those who have weapons -- are using them safely. newschannel 3 s kelly rule was in york county
the first step in getting a concealed carry permit -- is a gun safety course -- something you usually have to pay for. but in york county and the city of poquoson -- two classes in march -- are through an unexpected host -- for free. 17;08;29 we were just going to give basic gun safety tips but then the sheriff said why not give them a certificate that makes them eligible to meet the safety class requirement the reason -- according to lieutenant dennis ivey junior -- with the york- poquoson sheriff s office -- the recent spike in the number of concealed carry permit applications -- which he says -- the sheriff processes himself. he says -- with that many people applying -- they also want those people -- to know what they re doing. 11;56 we expect that they re going to have them, we know that they re going to carry them we expect that they re going to carry them, and we want them to be as safe as possible 10;18 there s not going to be any hands on its just going to be basic, basic lecture knowledge given and the community -- appears to be on board. lieutenant ivey says his first class filled up in about a half
hour. he feels - thats a big part of whats going on nationally - between president obama - and some virginia state officials -- pushing for stricter gun control laws - and especially - the growing threat of terror - and violence. 12;29 not everybody that takes this class is going to apply for a concealed weapon permit, i think people want to take the fear out of it 17;15;38 the first of the two gun safety classes will be held here at the sheriffs office on march 3rd from 6 to 8 pm. lieutenant ivey tells me they hope to hold future classes as well and he will be posting those dates on their facebook page in the coming week. in york county, i m kelly rule,-p&newschannel 3. new details out of suffolk - police have arrested a man in connection to a swat situation earlier this month -- 23-year- old kevon hawkins has a list of charges ranging from armed robbery to assault. police caught up with hawkins two weeks ago at the super eight motel -- that s when swat had to intervene. he has since been released from the hospital, and is now being held without bond
the western tidewater regional jail. police say hawkins is connected to multiple armed robberies in the area. a judge dismissed all sexual offense charges against a perquimans county school teacher. darrell walker was due in court for a bond hearing-- but the judge dismissed the charges because quote "further evidentiary investigation was needed" according to a search warrant-- the victim told police he was forced to receive oral sex, pose for pictures in his underwear-- and watch pornographic movies on a laptop. newschannel three is working with the prosecutors to learn why these charges were dismissed. coming up on newschannel three at five - they )re the four-legged heroes - who are taking action against crime. now they )re getting a little more protection. see how the death of a local k-9 cop - sparked a big change for the force. plus - it s a phrase americans have used for centuries. but is putting "in god
it all started with the tragic death of k-9 officer krijger earlier this month. now with some pretty noteworthy help - k9 units across hampton roads are getting outfitted with some new gear. news channel threes makenzie walter - has the story new at 5. pkg: officer jake clark - npd 23.29.08 youre a good boy track: officer jake clark and his k-9 basco are just one of 38 units getting fitted for new protective vests today. officer jake clark - npd 23.38.06 his life matters too and this is one more
gonna extend his life the vests are threat level 2 - the same level that officers wear in the field. jim slater - presidnet of k9 storm 23.28.09 the potential target area is now shrunk down by about three quarters so it makes it that much harder to injure or defeat a dog the movement to outfit k9 units across hampton roads came after the tragic death of norfolk k9 officer krijer earlier this month. jimmy hatch - spikes k9 fund 23.51.36 thats why were here today so it doesnt happen again stand up: all of the k9 units in norfolk, newport news and portsmouth will be getting vests theyll also be getting some in suffolk, chesapeake and virginia beach. each vest costs 2,200 dollars and all are being covered by donations spikes k9 fund started the k9 krijger campaign - which got a little more attention when anderson cooper got behind the movement. jimmy hatch 23.54.38 that changes the game for us so he put us on a different map and we can do a lot of good this way officer jake clark 23.38.51 its absolutely a beautiful amazing thing so the amount of support thats been given to this unit in recent times is overwhleming and touchign and we appreciate it the units were
around with custom fit vests in four to six weeks. in virginia beach, makenzie walter news channel 3 a new study shows 80 percent of a new study shows 80 percent of overdose deaths in virginia are from prescription pain killers and heroin. research done at v-c-u school of medicine-- found that drug overdose claimed the lives of nearly three times as many as homicides. this actually cost the state and local governments-- by about 600 million dollars annually. according to a policy brief-- drug abuse is increasing in virginia because of lack of awareness and the limited treatment available. it )s a saying we )ve seen on historic documents and even on our money: "in god we trust." but the phrase is causing a lot of debate - since a police department put it on all of its marked vehicles. tiffany harris spoke with officers and people in the west virginia community - where they serve.
princeton resident david okes spent his thursday afternoon grocery shopping. he )s commending the princeton police department s new "in god we trust" slogan on the back of the department )s cruisers. david okes i think we ve taken god too much out of society and need to hopefully put him in. the majority of people in princeton we spoke with agreed with okes. charles marquis i think it )s a wonderful idea god gets left out a lot of times and i think its wonderful to be able to put it on things to see. one man we spoke with who didn t want to go on camera says he thinks the new addition on the cruisers is forcing religious beliefs on the citizens of princeton. police chief john howell says the new decals are about what the officers at his department believe in. john howell we don t want to offend anyone and we hope that this won )t we just want people to know how we feel and this is how we feel not only as the police department but as a city i spoke with the city manager and the mayor about doing this before we done it and got the approval to do it.
lettering was donated by moni s house of ten wednesday evening. sgt tommy bailey s police cruiser was the first to receive the the phrase. tommy bailey it s an honor i went to chief howell and we dicussed it and we felt it was the right thing to do. we )re not trying to push anything on anybody everybodys got the rigth to feel how they want to feel and we re ok with that. officers say it the phrase. 18 cars will have the new lettering within the coming week all purchased through donations. in mercer county tiffany harris new at 5-- one newport news class took action to help out their local police force! this is the third grade class at richneck elementary school. yesterday-- they gave this box of hand warmers to officer adams. after the blizzard last week-- the students thought these would come in handy while officers are out
remember last weekend when the winds were howling, rain and snow were falling and you were dreaming of spring-like weather? your dreams will come true this weekend! after a chilly start on saturday morning, with clear skies and temperatures in the upper 20s and lower 30s, we ll enjoy a nice warm up in the afternoon. a southerly wind will start to kick in, sending the mercury into the low-to-mid 50s under sunny skies that southerly breeze really takes hold on sunday. an area of high pressure off the coast will help send temperatures into the low-to- mid 60s, with just a few passing clouds from time to time. and temperatures should really soar on monday. many of us will climb to around 70 under partly cloudy skies.
temperatures usually come just before a cold front arrives. and that happens on tuesday. high temperature will drop 10-15 degrees. and we may see a little rain drop, too. rain is also looking likely on wednesday, as temperatures rebound into the mid-to-upper 60. rain should end early on thursday, with temperatures dropping back into the 50s and falling again on friday, back into
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a virginia girl s innocent chat with friends - may have opened up a line to countless pedophiles. a convicted rapist - let out of jail - just a year before police say he murdered a man - and abducted his wife. plus - an assistant school principal accused of sex crimes against a child - will remain behind bars. good evening - i )m beverly kidd. and i m les smith. he called her out of class -- brought her to his office -- and asked her to pull her pants down. all allegations -- read in court today -- in the case of gary jordan. the norfolk assistant principal is charged with having indecent liberties with a child. newschannel 3 s nadeen yanes was the only reporter inside the courtroom - she brings us the new details. gary jordan is all smiles in his picture as assistant principal madison alternative. but
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