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gunpoint. >> vic lee joins us with additional details. >> reporter: the suspect brian silvester arrested last monday. what they did find during the arrest surprised them. >> he threw me to the ground. actually, we were standing here -- >> reporter: the three friends who want to remain anonymous say they came home from a party. and an armed robber appeared out of nowhere. >> get against the wall. get against the wall. >> reporter: the security camera of the house captured it all. >> take off your wallet. take off your ring. and you, give me your purse. give me your ring. give me all of it. >> reporter: the gunman took their valuables and sped away. another security camera captured his car and license plate and that led police to the arrest of
brian sylvester. and he was wearing an electronic monitoring device as a condition of his probation from san joaquin county. >> currently receiving data where the suspect was. >> reporter: sources tell us the gps on the ankle monitor show us he was in bernal rights. and he may have been in at least two other locations in the city where other crimes are reported. more and more judges are ordering monitoring custody defendants. >> it is an effective monitoring tool that may deter crime but it is not preventing crime in any way shape or form. >> reporter: again, that was san francisco sheriff sergeant dwight gunn.
he supervises the electronic monitoring. silvester was wearing an ankle bracelet from san joaquin county. vic lee, abc7 news. thank you. developing news, a brazen account in santa cruz county. leaves a boy fighting for himself after being assaulted with a hammer. chris nguyen has the story. >>reporter: in aptos neighbors on monte vista drive where neighbors are calling the attack unsettling. >> really an eye opener. >> reporter: early monday morning a group of masked men
entered a home where they assaulted three teenage boys with a hammer. as of tonight, they remain at large and no other descriptions are available. >> we live in such a quiet neighborhood, it was absolutely shocking. >> reporter: one of the three victims, alex a 17-year-old victim remains in the icu after multiple surgeries, a family friend shared this photo. >> i have known him his whole life and he is a sweet heart. a good kid. >> reporter: detectives are looking at surveillance videos provided by a nearby residence. >> we are looking to see if it was a personal attack, revenge or theft related. we don't know. we are willing to investigate
any avenue it takes >> reporter: investigators have not been anyone with information is asked to contact the santa clara county sheriff's department. the suspected golden gate killer was back in court today. stood silently inside a cage inside a sacramento courtroom. abc news and other media outlet want information the defense is fighting the release saying it could impact deanglo's right to a fair trial.
last week san francisco da said he would not prosecutor the police officers who shot and killed two men. today their family members and friends said they will seek justice elsewhere. abc7 news reporter lyanne melendez tells us the option they have. >> black and brown and poor, you already came into my city and made a judgment call. >> reporter: gwen woods had harsh words. after district attorney said he would not charge them. captured on cell phone video where one can see 26-year-old holding a knife.
despite police shooting bean bag rounds at woods he never dropped it. saying gascon did not have the courage to charge them. >> you can say it was an honest but mistaken belief that their lives were in danger. >> reporter: the da says when it comes to officer involved shooting current law protects them from any charges if they feel their lives are in danger. >> the second that an officer or anybody manifests a fear for their own safety or someone else's, they can use force. >> reporter: family members for luis also at the rally. you can hear when police fired several rounds within 30 minutes of arriving at the scene. mario wood's mother says the
case doesn't end here. >> you will never forget his name. >> reporter: these two cases will now be forwarded to the state department of justice for further review. the state attorney general has the option of bringing charges against these officers. in san francisco, lyanne melendez, abc7 news. in middletown, in lake county, residents recovering from yet another fire. these flames injured a injured a firefighter. hardester's market is a community fixture and more than a store. wayne freedman has the story. >> reporter: loaders clearing are y ruins again. burned hot, and burned fast. >> when the smoke was coming out
of the windows, all of the corners and the vents, you knew everything was going to be lost. >> reporter: craig worked in the hardware department. that job kept his family going from the worst of times three years ago to the rebuild he lives in now. one of 100 employees local, the third generation hardester brothers will not be able to absorb all of them. >> we can't rebuild quickly enough unfortunately. >> reporter: hardester has been a part of middletown since the 1940s. when the fire storms rolled through here three years ago, it played a pivotal role. >> if they didn't have credit or checking account, they were given debit cards to people to come in and get things they wanted. >> reporter: now coming around full circle.
>> we have seen lows and seen highs, and they are going to do a little bit of what they did. >> reporter: from middletown, wayne freedman abc7 news. a tesla in crashed into a parked police car. you can see some extensive damage to both vehicles. investigators examining the cause and the circumstances. the latest in a series of tesla crashes. pulled from a crash tesla which had gone off crow canyon road and ended up in a pond. in utah ten-days before, a tesla driver says she was in autopilot mode when she rear-ended a fire truck. a tesla hit a concrete wall and caught fire killing two
teenagers and sending a third to the hospital. two months ago, walter huang was driving his model x when the car hit a safety barrier killing him. dan noyes looked into the circumstances surrounding that crash. hi coverage includes taking a ride along the same stretch of highway. you can see the exclusive story on our website on abc7news.com. three puppies believes to be victims of abuse. coming up. what a difference today will make. cooler accuweather forecast coming up. go to abc7news.com to weigh in on tonight's live poll. bias training at starbucks will it or won't it make a
difference. vote right ithe race for governort. has turned into a scam. gavin newsom's trying to elect a republican who was endorsed by trump. and villaraigosa's being bankrolled by a handful of billionaires. it's everything that's wrong with politics. and none of it is helping struggling families. here's my pledge to you. i'll keep our budget balanced. invest in affordable housing. fight for universal healthcare. and stand up to donald trump. as governor, you can trust me to do what's right-
campaigns into high gear. >> abc7 news was at city hall. he is leading in the polls but says he is not taking that for granted. >> at this stage, the best we could do is focus on what we can control and what we can control is our message in the last seven-days. >> the latest poll by the public policy institute of california shows newssome leading. >> important and i do believe that public safety is the number one responsibility of government. >> vil avague goesa says he is been to the central valley several times.
>> the candidate coming in second making a stop in bakersfield. he says he started with nothing and has achieved the american dream. >> that's what i am running for governor to do, restore the california dream, restore the opportunity that all californians deserve. >> the public policy shows that cox has 19% of the vote. after today you have to go into person to your county election office to request one. for more information check out abc7news.com/election. today starbucks shut down all of its stores for hours to conduct implicit bias
go to abc7news.com/vote to answer. results are changing live. carolyn tyler joins us live outside jackson street in san francisco. >> reporter: customers are still trying to get to the door and they are being greeted by a sign that says we'll see you tomorrow. employees nationwide are under going racial sensitivity training. chairman says he knows one afternoon is not enough, but it is a start. this starbucks near the embarcadero closed shop this afternoon. when customers left, employees began an afternoon of training. >> they are losing money to let people know that they care about what happened and they want to make a change. >> education everybody needs. >> reporter: the move by
starbucks follows a viral video of two black men arrested. the manager called police because the men who were waiting for a business associate refused to make a purchase. >> it was so horrible. and that would require a lot more than one day's training. >> reporter: the training includes a video featuring rapper activist common. seeing people fully, completely, respectfully. also involving small group discussion. and a film on civil rights movement. >> cities across the stay that needs reminder on diversity. >> reporter: believing change has to come from the heart. >> a person has to be motivated themselves to make that change.
>> reporter: amos brown calls today's training a courageous step. >> i hope they keep it going and realize that one day is not enough. >> reporter: starbucks is promising follow through. in san francisco, carolyn tyler, abc7 news. >> let's look at our results. the question is will the bias training at starbucks make a difference. >> 44% of people say it will, and 56% are saying it won't. let's vote on maybe cooler weather maybe a couple of days. >> i think the vote is out of your hands. >> more than a little cooler. here is a look at live doppler 7. sunny skies and warm conditions still prevail at this hour this evening. let's take a look at current --
highs for today. low to mid-90s. top number was 97 degrees at antioch. 88 in redwood city and 60s on the coast. that kind of heat is going to disappear by tomorrow. live look from sutro tower. 63 in oakland. 57 at half moon bay. looking at the sea lions enjoying the sun. 78 degrees up in santa rosa. napa 74, 75 novato. and let's talk about the heat a little bit. quite warm all across the state. up to our north cooler in washington state and oregon. and that cooler air mass is going to head our way.
now let's look at santa cruz beach. breezy much cooler and warming up again at the end of the week. overnight a few clouds around. patches of clouds and overnight lows in the 50s. highs tomorrow will range to only about 60. and the mildest coastal location. and low to mid-70s inland where today we had mid-90s. as we look ahead to the high temperature trend it gets cooler on thursday with highs reaching barely 70 degrees. friday the warmth comes back. highs just to about 80 degrees inland. and sizzling warm on saturday. back into the low to mid-90s. much like what we had today. accuweather seven-day forecast. we don't have a trend that can sustain itself. chance for early morning drizzle
on thursday along with a continued cool down. dry most of the day and certainly dry after thursday warming up for june 1st on friday and becoming hot inland on saturday and sunday. and monday and tuesday next week temperatures moderate into a more seasonal stable range. o co >> stable is good. >> when we can find it, right? >> the warriors are going to the nba finals or are they? ne to california schoolsd, need big change. marshall tuck is the only candidate for state superintendent who's done it before. less bureaucracy, more classroom funding. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck.
happening now, tickets on sale to everyone for game one of the warriors/cavs series. coverage starts at five on thursday. >> some say the official nba final hats look like they are advertising the nra, national rifle association. kristen sze is here with details. >> take a look, you saw the hatt prominently in interviews. all of the players donning the
2018 hats. bay area fans are snapping them up. this was the busy scene at 6:00 in the morning. social medias blowing up over the design. the team emblem covering up the letter b making it look like nra. tweeting i, an incredible idiot -- the irony is not lost on fans. that many warriors stars support gun control. >> i have a voice and want to share it, stop gun violence entirety. >> some fans say it is much ado about nothing. the hat maker new era has not
while r them to fully heal. police want to find out who did this. leslie brinkley has the story. >> reporter: these 24-month old german shepherd puppies were reunited today. >> so happy to see her sister, you know. >> reporter: frig has a rear paw that was chopped off. her sister has a jaw that is badly broken. appears on purpose. found in a garbage. yesterday, another one. >> a third dog was found exactly the same location with same break to the jaw. at that time, my stomach turned to ice. >> it is horrifying for the animals hurt and horrifying for
the community. it is very disturbing. >> reporter: oakland animal services and oakland police launched an investigation into cruelty. extensive surgery is still needed for two of the dogs. the search is on for an orthopedic surgeon to repair the jaw. there is a chance is she is goi to make it. >> we are hopeful that someone is going to be held accountable. >> reporter: leslie brinkley, abc7 news. dozens of senior dogs can be adopted after a woman who rescued them passed away unexpectedly. the dogs are at muttville, two dogs have already been adopted and the rescue has 35 adoption
application for the other dogs. they think 37 dogs will have new forever homes by the weekend. a homeless camp in san francisco was cleared out. people took their belongings and city crews hosed down the area. the latest camp was berwick place. >> in a small pile is our life, all we own. my family, my wife and my puppy. we don't want to be here. we would love to have a house and go somewhere. not here. but what choice do we have? >> derek brown says city homeless outreach teams come to the camp and they say they have not followed up with him. charges dropped against a man expected to be involved in a
southern california explosion that killed his girlfriend. he was arrested but never named as a suspect in the blast. >> reporter: the 59-year-old had no comment when he left his home. authorities say he was released from custody early sunday morning. arrested two weeks after his former girlfriend was killed in a blast while opening up a box inside her day spa in viejo. fbi agents received two improvised explosive devices and hundreds of pounds of explosive material from his house. prosecutors say further examination by the fbi raised questions about whether the devices met the legal
description of the devices. >> she just said he is out. got out. she was real thrilled. of course, i'm sure that she thinks that he didn't do that.h. >> reporter:news. a 16-year-old student was arrested after a loaded gun was found in his backpack. the mercury news the student tipped off school staff that another student might have a gun. the student could be extended or expelled in addition to facing criminal charges. the site of the most recent school shooting in the u.s., parents and community members greeted the students with signs. this is exactly two weeks after the shooting which left ten people dead and 13 others wounded. the student gunman remains in
custody. in maryland, authorities recovered the body after the only person missing in ell e city. being remembered as a hero. he was swept away after trying to rescue a shop owner sunday. a friend of his told "the baltimore sun," he died like he lived. tonight in hawaii new warning to residents about a lava trapped as the volcanic wave has reached guam. volcano has been continuously erupting since may third. authorities urge residents to get out to avoid being trapped by flaming
budweiser's parent anheuser-busch rang the bell tonight. but nothing to cheer about. the nasdaq dropped 37 points and the s&p lost 31. the governor of missouri resigned today. faced the possibility of impeachment as well as potential criminal cases related to a 2016 extra marital affair and alleged use of donor lists. the highest rated comedy coy telecast just got canceled. the reason roseanne reboot won't be returning. i am michael finney, ahead
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getting used to life one year after his death. >> he was fun, outrageous, sweet and kind. >> reporter: took care of all of the finances atmosphere home. >> when it came to life insurance, and investment and building the funds and money, i had no idea. >> reporter: her son happens to be the managing investor of rebalance ira. the firm works with a lot of people who are widowed or divorce from spouses who made financial decisions for them. >> very stressful and money powers one's life and when you don't have that control, it is scarey for people. >> reporter: mitch sat down with his mother to ease her fears much he told her postpone any financial decision until her stress eased.
and asked her to get a better handle on her spending. >> a lot of people don't know how much they are spending. >> reporter: if you can't afford a financial adviser, financial calculators online. finally, you can protect yourself against the downturn in the economy by having a well balanced portfolio and a wide variety of investments. charlene says she is now prepared for what is ahead. >> that was a relief. a total, total relief because i could be who i was and i didn't have to worry. >> i have links to free online calculators and information that are recommended by mitch to help you get a better handle on your finances and you can check them out on abc7news.com. if you have a consumer problem,
let me know about it. my hot line is up on week days 9:00 to 2:00. you can reach me at (415) 954-8151. time for an update on our toasty forecast. >> here is spencer. >> okay, sunny skies right now. things are going to turn much cooler tomorrow. overnight lows will be generally in the low to mid-50s. cooler in the north bay valleys, and tomorrow's highs range from about 60 at the coast and most locations around the coast will be in the 50s. in fact over the next two days check out the cool down. look at today's highs in the first column and projected highs on thursday. 23-degree cool down in san jose,
and you get the picture. here is the accuweather seven-day forecast. going to be cooler on thursday but a chance of early morning drizzle. and start warming up on friday which is the first day of june and back into the heat especially inland where high temperatures will be in the 90s. >> up and down. thank you, spencer. >> what is it like to hear your coach say that is the worst quarter of basketball i have ever seen you play. >> unfortunately he has said that other times. how close were they to crumbling in game seven when
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into the ditch and escaped yet again. a couple of sequences jumped out. a third quarter, over 12 in the game and that was in and out. and steph curry, look at the bounce he gets. what a soft touch as the dubs open up a six point lead. for reasons nobody including steve kerr understands, the warriors couldn't do anything right. steph curry said really, it all could have come crashing down right there. >> that moment, it could have splintered to be honest. it could have been a moment where guys went their separate ways and you can have guys do a lot of finger pointing and blaming and getting in their feelings, but i think the way we fought all year, the chemistry we have that got us through that little rough patch. >> i am proud of the way we just
battled. we been through a lot with this team, and believe it or not, not all success with the warriors. we got our bumps throughout the season and to get to this point again, we earned it. >> they managed to miss an nba playoff record 27-threes in a row last night. the rockets they would be in the finals if chris paul was healthy. >> it sucks because you know we could win the series if we had one more play maker. if chris was out there, we would be playing on thursday. >> speaking of andre, his status for the final is unclear. he sought a second opinion as to what has been diagnosed as a bone bruise. still painful when he jumps. if he can't play, that is a big
loss for steve kerr and company. kevin love is in concussion protocol. banged heads in game six. third concussion that he has suffered in the past couple of years. abc7 exclusive home for the game finals. tip off at 6:00. baseball now, help on the way for battered giants. bumgarner join the big club on tuesday against arizona. giants in c c c c rockies at the corner of the first evening. blackman scores which 1-0 rocks. off the wall, parra comes around to score.
between the first and second innings, the training staff pulls the shark. here comes derek right now, in the fourth inning, and it is 2-0. the raiders holding organized team activities a fancy way of saying they are working out. gruden uses color language at times. and carr deeply religious does not curse. even if carr won't speak like gruden, he is being trained to think like him. >> we both found it amusing. if they were to sit down in a room and hear us talk, we are ear riley similar.
they it is one of those things that we had to laugh at it. >> if you played the nfl, you probably heard it. by the way, if you have videos of you watching game six or seven and reacting to the warriors a freing out, send them to be on twitter or facebook. we may use them on the air. >> can't use any of mine because of the language. >> join us tonight at 9:00. are you taking your vitamins? scientists say few of them actually do anything. what an entire nation is facing, and find out why at 11:00. i am ama daetz.
>> and i am eric thomas. thank you for joining us. see you later. i'm jeff bleich. preventing violence has long been my cause. in the face of senseless violence, we need hope. after columbine, i led president clinton's youth violence commission. i joined joe biden to reduce domestic violence, helping boys become men. i beat the nra in court, defending gun laws that save lives. today, a new generation is rising, and this is our moment. in the streets and in the capitol, i'll stand with them.
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