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jeez. new tonight a local pastor faces child sex charges. 10 on your side's liz palka spoke with his wife. --------------------- plus - a local coach switches teams. the sportswrap's bruce rader tells us he's not going far. --------------------- and - a tractor-trailer plunges over the chesapeake bay bridge-tunnel. 10 on your side learned how the driver is doing tonight. breaking news police in norfolk are investigating two 7-eleven robberies. in total that's three armed robberies at 7-eleven stores in the city today. the first one happened before nine tonight, at the store on red gate avenue. that's in the west ghent neighborhood. we're working to learn if anyone got
description. the second armed robbery in norfolk tonight happened on the other side of hampton boulard on colonial avenue. dispatchers tell us it happened just after nine. no one got, but the suspect got away. we're working to learn if these robberies are connected. call the crime line if you have any information. new tonight --a suffolk man who identifies as a pastor faces 26 sex crimes involving a minor. 54 year old anthony mcclain was supposed to be in court today. but, his case was continued. 10 on your side's liz palka has been looking into this story today. liz-- you talked to people close to the case. suspect. i also pulled 80 documents on this case, which started this past august. they include graphic interviews - and lab results. and an interview with a detective where mcclain admitted to the inappropriate relationship. according to his website and family - anthony mcclain ran a ministry out of his suffolk home on kings
54-year-old man sits in western tidewater regional jail. he faces 26 felony charges. aggravated sexual battery. indecent liberties with a child. and incest. c2 16:30:22 - i believe my husband is innocent and i'm standing by him 100%. mcclain's wife, deborah, spoke to us from her new home in north carolina. she says the accusations are not true. and said this about the victim in the she made these information about the victim. just that she was under 18 and known to mcclain. within this stack of court documents we learned the charges stem from incidents that started in april 2015...and ended august 4th when suffolk police were called to the mcclains house. interviews with a detective reveal the pastor at first denied the claims. and then admitted to them, but said the acts were consensual. mcclain's wife had this to say.... c2 16:24:46 - if that happened i don't know anything about it. c2 16:25:36 - if i
was guilty i would have nothing else to do with him, trust me. mcclain's next court appearance has been continued to february 24th. that is when he will be arraigned. i'm liz palka, 10 on your side. a former teacher has been indicted on a sexual offense charge involving a student. prosecutors say 27-year-old ryan garrott was a teacher at manteo high school. the d-a says the offense happened with an 18-year-old female student, in may. prosecutors say he's currently out of the country. a court date will be set after garrott is served. we continue to follow the dramatic crash that sent a tractor trailer soaring into the chesapeake bay this afternoon. you can see the aftermath, captured only by chopper 10. tonight, the driver is in the hospital- rescued after nearly an hour in frigid water. 10 on your side's liz kilmer is live from sentara norfolk general. liz, how is he doing? tom and nicole - we're told he will be okay - he was reportedly alert as the coast guard and multiple other
after he drove off the chesapeake bay bridge tunnel. fortunately no one else was hurt. only chopper 10 was overhead capturing the chaotic moments after a tractor trailer went overboard while driving on the chesapeake bay bridge tunnel. dramatic video shows the destruction - lanes, shut down - and the tractor always in a hurry to get across there, it's scary, i don't like driving on there at all." officials say the driver was traveling south near the 14 mile post when he tried to pass a slower- moving tractor trailer shortly after 3 p.m... he reportedly lost control - crashed into the side of the bridge and soared into 49 degree water joined by the coast guard - cbbt police and virginia beach emergency responders rushed to the man's aid - a lifesaver was thrown to him, as he remained conscious and alert - pulled from the
c6 brian camden 01:13:59 "glad to hear that this the driver- seen here on this stretcher - was brought to shore - 10 on your side captured a nightingale flying him to the hospital - with serious injuries to his head, arm and chest. but again we're told the driver is expected to be okay. police tell me they aren't identifying him yet - the incident remains under investigation with traffic citations pending. live in norfolk, liz kilmer, 10 on your side. we're learning more about the actual truck that went over the side of the chesapeake bay bridge tunnel. our investigative team searched records and found: it's owned by "n-y-k line", which is the largest marine transporter in japan. this morning, the trailer was logged as "empty" but today-- it was filled with soy beans. we also found out-- it was scheduled to leave norfolk late next week on a container ship bound for singapore. . you can check out more of
tractor-trailer accident-- and pictures-- right now on wavy dot com. developing tonight, a texas state trooper has lost his job following a perjury charge. it all stemmed from a traffic stop involving sandra bland three days later jail workers found bland dead in her cell. the dash cam video shows the traffic stop got heated betwen bland and trooper brian encinia. a grand jury already decided not to indict the county sheriff's office and the workers at the jail, but the texas department of public safety says it will fire encina. tonight, the white house says: there's no evidence north korea detonated a hydrogen bomb. we told you in breaking news last night-- the country announced it successfully tested the bomb. we do know something big exploded at the north korea test site. scientists say the waves created do not indicate it was an "h-bomb". the issue is still alarming, as many experts say the test singals that dictator kim jong un is developing the powerful weapon.
sent a bill to president obama's desk that would repeal the affordable care act. it's the first time this kind of bill has gone this far, and is sure to face a veto. the bill fulfills a promise lawmakers made to republican voters to repeal obamacare. it also would defund planned parethood. democrats called the bill pointless political theater since the president will veto it. comedian bill cosby will not face criminal charges on two sex assault cases in california. los angeles county prosecutors decided not to file charges against the comedian. the d-a says there's not enough evidence in a case from 2009, and the statue of limitations expired for the second case from 19-65. about 50 women have accused cosby of drugging them and performing unwanted sexual acts. he has denied any wrongdoing. last week, prosecutors in pennsylvania charged cosby in a sexual assault case. late today, a court there postponed his preliminary hearing-- without setting a new date.
currituck county are looking for two suspects they say robbed a bank. take a good look at these pictures. the sherriff says the pair robbed the towne bank of currituck in moyock this afternoon. police in virginia are also on high alert. along with the suspects they're also looking for white ford focus or fusion, deputies say is a vehicle of interest. developing news-- police in chesapeake are still searching for the suspect they say tried to abduct a woman this morning. investigators say: around nine a-m, a man with his face covered, approached a woman as she was getting into her car on rosemont avenue. we're told the suspect assaulted her-- and pulled her out of her car. the victim managed to escape. call the crime line if you have any information. police in hampton are trying to find out what happened to two people found dead in a home. they say they got a call for a welfare check at a house on charolais run - and found a man and woman dead inside. a man who lives in the neighborhood says he's related by marriage to the man in the home. he says the family plans
-- but they're asking for prayers. we also talked to someone who lives near there -- he calls it a quiet neighborhood. jim raines -neighbor - c18 - 619 it's kind of unnerving that something possibly criminal could have gone on down that way. 623 i hope not. 625 animal control officers removed cats from the home during the investigation. tonight - newport news police are searching for a killer. they say 25-year-old anthony smith junior shot and killed his ex-girlfriend, 25-year-old dashanika sherrod in her bedroom monday. her family says the two recently broke christmas, she took out a restraining order. only 10 on your side spoke with the victim's mother and two young children were home when the murder happened. 07:53 he kicked the door in. and of course everybody was startled. he looked my mom in the face and he walked straight into the room. he shot her one time. and then he, you know... he shot her one
in the room and that's when he shot her two more out the house. 08:28 there's a link on wavy dot com if you'd like to help the family. new tonight -- surprising news from the world of hampton roads high school football. one of the area's most sucessful coaches is switching schools. bruce rader has been following this all day, and bruce even you were surprised. i was nicole, although it has been talked about for a couple weeks, ocean lakes football coach chris scott confirmed today he is leaving the virginia beach public school system to take over as head coach of bishop sullivan, the private catholic school in virginia beach. scott who led ocean lakes to the state 6-a championship two years ago was suspended twice this season, the first time for violating public school recruiting rules. well, he won't have to worry about that in the private sector. in
back khalan laborn, who transfered from cox to ocean lakes this year to play for scott, is now going to transfer to bishop sullivan to play for scott. an interesting turn of events, and i'll have much coming up at 10:45 on the fox 43 sportswrap, so stick around for that. tonight's the night someone could win half a billion dollars. many people have been buying powerball tickets, and the jackpot rose to five-hundred-million. the drawing is tonight at 11. as soon as the numbers come out, well have them on wavy news 10 at 11. it might be the iconic name in american retail. but soon there will be fewer macy's stores in hampton roads. hear what's behind the decision to close several locations plus-- 10 on your side is on toll patrol. we spoke with local leaders trying to avoid more fees on our bridges and tunnels. and they have a hard shell, but that doesn't protect them from frigid water. you'll hear what saved
developing tonight, hundreds of local jobs are on the line, as macy's plans to close three stores in our area. the company says it expects to place about 50-percent of affected workers in other positions. the department store blames dissappointing sales from last year. the macy's stores closing in our area are at military circle mall in norfolk, chesapeake square mall in chesapeake, and the one at peninsula town center in hampton. almost 275 workers are affected. in all, 40 stores nationwide will close. tolls on bridges and tunnels will be a big topic when the general assembly reconvenes next week. state senator frank wagner and delegate chris jones think taxpayers got a raw
the are putting forth legislation to make sure it doesn't happen again. delegate jones says it's wrong to put up tolls without offering a reasonable free alternative route that has no toll. (29:21 2) del. chris jones/(r) suffolk (( if you want to add two lanes to the hrbt you toll that but until you do that there will be no tolls on the hrbt mm and high rise bridge the way the bill is written that would be correct)) runs: 10 senator wagner wants to raise the gas tax because when you pay for projects as you go they are cheaper to build 5;11) ((if we were willing to make a bigger effort now and not a major effort but a bigger effort in terms of gas taxes i think we can avoid tolls all together and i certainly think we can minimize the amount of money we need to borrow)) runs: 11 that gas tax revenue could go to the 264-64 interchange, the 64 widening on the peninsula and work of the 664 patriot crossing. the kill devil hills board of commissioners will soon discuss the possibility of adding
it has been nearly 30 years since a new hotel was built there. so next week, the board invites the public to its work session. they'll discuss potential incentives to adding more hotels, zoning, the benefits-- and any concerns that are being raised. not everyone we talked to supports the idea. sot - warren judge, hotel manager - clip 33 2:33:16 i think its a good thing. visitor into our area 2:33:39 sot - richard baugh, kill devil hills - clip 39 3:02:55 we dont want to see whats on the norfolk ocast or something like that. that kind of hotel. no way. 3:03:01 sot - even more people want to enough space anyway. 2:59:58 the kill devil hills board of commissioners meeting is next friday. look for details on wavy-dot-com. new tonight dozens of turtles found off the coast in north carolina are warming up. aquarium says someone outer banks and more than a 100 at cape lookout. experts say the young turltes were caught close to the shore when the water quickly dropped below 55 degrees. the cold water
the unable to move. they'll spent a week or two warming up at release them. overnight: partly to mostly cloudy. lows: upper-30s, near 40. thursday: partial sunshine. slight breeze. highs: low to mid-50s. winds: n 10-15 mph. friday: mostly cloudy with a chance of showers late. highs: mid-50s. winds: ne 5-10 mph. you could definitely feel a difference in temperatures today - we upper-40s overnight, expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with temperatures dipping into the upper-30s, near 40. that's actually somewhat mild for this time of year, considering our average low is 33. we'll be tracking more clouds than sunshine tomorrow, but we will be some peeks of sun. winds will be back out of the
skies. there will be a chance of showers late in the day....this time in liquid form! the showers will be gone by saturday morning. saturday will be a pleasant day with highs in the low-60s. more rain will develop saturday night into sunday morning, but sunday will not be a washout! by sunday afternoon, we'll have partly cloudy skies with highs in the mid-60s. overnight: partly to mostly cloudy. lows: upper-30s, near 40. winds: ne 5-10 mph. thursday: partial sunshine. slight breeze. late. highs: mid-50s. winds: ne 5-10 mph. you could definitely feel region! overnight, expect partly to mostly mild for this time of year, considering our average low is 33. we'll be tracking more clouds than sunshine tomorrow, but we will be the low to mid-50s. most of your friday will be dry with mostly cloudy skies. there will be a by saturday morning. saturday will be a night into sunday with highs in the
a store clerk is still on the run tonight. 10 on your side looks into the recent rash of 7-eleven robberies. and what the tsa plans to do about what it calls an alarming trend at norfolk international airport i'm bruce rader and coming up in 25 minutes on the sportswrap, as i mentioned at the top of the show, ocean lakes football coach chris scott is taking over the program at bishop sullivan catholic in virginia beach, i'll have more on that story. nathan epstien will join us from redskins park as the skins put in their game plan for sunday night's playoff game against the packers. and brian parsons checks in with the old dominion basketball team. the newest inductees into the baseball hall of fame were announced tonight, see at 10:45 on
tonight, t-s-a officials are calling it "an alarming trend" a record number of weapons seized at checkpoints at norfolk international airport-- and nationwide. the t-s-a says they confiscated 16 guns in 20-15. that's up from seven in the two previous years. officials have not said what they believe is causing the spike. they remind travelers to file a firearm declaration sheet with the airline-- and put the weapon in a checked bag. the gun and ammunition
((sot)) super = lisa farbstein/tsa spokesperson ((c330 42:37)) "when you bring but its also taking away from the tsa' officers focus on explosives, that's the number one focus." bringing your gun to the airport could result in a citation or arrest, along with a fine of up to eleven-thousand-dollars. we posted a full list of safety procedures on wavy-dot-com. and a setback for the second baltimore police officer to stand trial in the death of an unarmed man. and-- a follow-up to a 10 on your side investigation. a local buisnessman heads to court for fraud. why his victims believe
breaking news, we've just learned a third armed robbery at 7-eleven happened tonight in norfolk. dispatchers told us-- someone robbed the store on chesapeake boulevard just before 10. we're working to learn if this one is connected to the other two armed robberies tonight in the ghent and west ghent neighborhoods. as soon as we learn more information
overnight: partly to mostly cloudy. lows: upper-30s, near 40. winds: ne 5-10 mph. thursday: partial sunshine. slight breeze. highs: low to mid-50s. winds: n 10-15 mph. friday: mostly cloudy with a chance of showers late. highs: mid-50s. winds: ne 5-10 mph. you could definitely feel a difference in temperatures today - we topped out in the mid to upper-40s across the region! overnight, expect partly to mostly cloudy skies with temperatures dipping into the upper-30s, near 40. that's actually somewhat mild for this time of year, considering our average low is 33. we'll be tracking more clouds than sunshine tomorrow, but we will be some peeks of sun. winds will be back out of the north on thursday, but we will manage to warm into the low to mid-50s. most of your friday will be dry with mostly cloudy skies. there will be a chance of showers late in the day....this time in liquid form! the showers will be gone by saturday morning. saturday will be a pleasant day with highs
money and not delivering. edward prince has been convicted of fraud in four different cities in hampton roads. 10 on your side's chris horne talked to victims who say they may see what's owed to them. c 17 13:54 carlena porter fraud victim they after he pleaded guilty in norfolk. prince has now been convicted in four different cities - this was video of his guilty plea last summer in chesapeake. he was also convicted in portsmouth and virginia beach. but the norfolk case involved the most victims - nine. prince had operated this office on west 24th street. about three years ago he started to take the money carlena porter fraud victim we gave him $1,800 right then for the headstone so he could order it from the company after several weeks went by, porter says prince began giving her evasive answers. c 17 14:46 carlena porter fraud victim he would give me excuses that the truck was stuck up north
different excuses that didn't make sense now, prince must make restitution of more than 17 thousand dollars to the nine victims. porter says she's not confident that will happen. c 17 17:02 carlena porter fraud victim do you think you'll ever see that money? no, i don't. just don't think it will happen? it won't happen, he'll end up going back to jail for probation violation for not making restitution. prince will be sentenced in norfolk in april. that sentence will be added to the 14-months he's serving on a fraud conviction in virginia beach. prince will also be sentenced for a case in chesapeake. a string of break-ins has shattered the safety in a chesapeake senior community. police say on sunday night, someone broke into almost a dozen cars in the parking lot of the "chesapeake crossing" senior apartment complex.
didn't take much-- but they leftalot of damage behind. residents say they spent around 500- dollars for repairs. its money the seniors don't have. 10 on your side reached they have not returned our calls. 10 on your side is looking into three robberies at local 7-11s this morning, all within 30 minutes. first, the 7-11 on chesapeake boulevard in norfolk -- when the suspect pulled a gun and shot a clerk in the chest. 10 on your side obtained this surveillance video of the incident, you're seeing the moments leading up to the actual shooting. another employee at the store this afternoon said the clerk is out of the hospital. the suspect got away with about 50 dollars cash. police are searching for overnight 7-eleven robberies. they happened in virginia beach and in smithfield. first to virginia beach-- at the edwin drive store near mount trashmore.
officers say he shoved an employee out of the way and took money. no one was hurt. in smithfield, police arrested a man for the hold-up at the 7-eleven on west main street. authorities say clarence roby was the lookout, when a second suspect robbed the store at gunpoint. police caught up with roby-- but they're still looking for the other guy. call the crime line if you can help police with any of these cases. a developing case in baltimore. a judge ordered the first officer who went to trial in freddie gray's death must testify in the next officer's trial. officer william porter has to testify during officer ceasear goodson's trial or he could face jail time. officer goodson faces the most serious charge of the six officers, second-degree murder. he was driving the police van last year when prosecutors say gray recieved his deadly spinal cord injury. still to come, why the question where's the beef, may require a serious answer if you bought hamburger
new tonight, a 10 on your side recall alert that could affect you might have in your freezer. a supplier for walmart is recalling almost 90-thousand pounds of sam's choice blank angus beef patties with vidalia onion. officials say it's because the patties could be contaminated with "extraneous wood." the recall effects boxes with expiration dates from may 17th to june 6th of this year and sold at walmart and sam's dates from may 17th to june 6th of this year and sold at walmart and sam's clubs nationwide chipotle faces new trouble tonight, this time from the government. today federal investigators served the restaurant chain with a grand jury subpoena. it's related to the norovirus outbreak at one of it's restaurants in california. almost 100 people came down with the stomach bug. that's just one of many outbreaks the restaurant chain faced
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