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barbershop. tonight: the newly- released body now at 11, a police shootout at a bay area barbershop. tonight, the released body camera video.
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we have more of a video. >> for the first time, police are elaborating on just what happened the event leading up to the shooting. they said someone called 911 because a man with a gun was threatening the family and he was trying to break into the family's garage. as soon as officers arrived, witnesses said the suspect, jehad eid went inside of the amazon barber shop. you can see the officer walk in. he is confronted by the gunman. police say jehad eid immediately opens fire wounding the officer in the lead. blood spills on the floor. two officers returned fire as a man yelled there are children in the back. here's another body camera video. you can hear the shots rang out. >> for luminary evidence indicates that mr. jehad eid
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fired 9 rounds from his 40 caliber firearm. the two officers fired approximately 26 rounds from their firearms. jehad eid was struck approximately 18 times. >> a mound those days among those attending the meeting tonight were some employees of the barbershop. a man from jehad eid's family sincerely apologized. >> we offer our sincerest apologies into the officers in the line of duty. a spokesperson said not every family member wants to say they are sorry to the police. >> it is a complete tragedy that once again a brett -- a black or brown family must grieve the death of their son. >> at one point, tempers flared
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as family members and barbershop employees exchanged words. the eventually they should they eventually calmed down. one of the wounded barbers said he is still in pain but full of forgiveness. >> the minute the bullet struck me, it doesn't matter who shot me, it hurts. it isn't just physical but it has me messed up mentally. things have to change. >> clearly, there is still a lot of emotion among the survivors which includes the police officer who is recovering from his wounds. joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> protests over a deadly police shooting in sacramento as love once paid their respect for stephane clark. -- for stephon alonzo clark.
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>> here at the golden one center in sacramento, the possibility of protests was limning after the funeral. you can see authorities have increased -- increased their security, set up barricades and gates to block off protesters -- protesters after an emotional day for stephon alonzo clark's funeral. >> caroline says his death hit close to home. >> i felt a personal bonding to stephon alonzo clark when i saw his face and his grandma's face. they could have happened to any of us. >> inside, the brother of stephon alonzo clark took the stage at the funeral and unleashed a grief stricken outburst at one point urging the crowd to stay -- to say stephon alonzo clark's name repeatedly. afterward, he embraced the reverend. al sharpton. >> you do not tell people in pain how to handle their pain. you don't tell people, when you
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kill their love one how to grieve. we came for the family. we came in because this boy should be ivtoday. >> stephon alonzo clark's funeral brought hundreds of people from all over northern california. this morning, the line wrapped around the church parking lot. >> he was a light. he made everyone smile. >> his death, she said is a six dacia systemic problem in america -- is a systemic problem in america. >> this is not a local issue. it is a national problem. a on this president wants to ignore. >> a san jose father detained by ice for months may be released tomorrow. the judge ordered the release of josi carrillo. ice agents detained him in
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october after he dropped his daughter off at daycare. he has been deported to mexico three times. his release date could be delayed if the government files an appeal. if he is free tomorrow, he will be allowed to stay in the u.s. >> he is being held at the west -- the county facility in richmond. tonight, andra reports there are questions whether that same department has been using a loophole to get around california's sanctuary state long. >> julia, california state law took effect on january 1. not long after, inmate release dates were published online. >> you have to go a few clicks deep on the joe website but with a little searching, you find this. the release date of everyone in custody. fire is an attorney -- cyrus is
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an attorney. >> according to her, they began posting on the website february 16. sb 54 prohibits local law enforcement from sharing information with immigration authorities. >> by publishing these release dates, the sheriff's department is trying to go around sb 54. >> she says publishing the release date of visitors is an open invitation for ice to pick up undocumented immigrants. >> publishing release dates, the sheriff's department is finding other ways to collaborate with ice. these are people who have served their time in jail and are coming out of joe. essentially, the service station the sheriff's department is saying this person is getting out of jail this day, you should come and pick them up. >> in a statement to kpix 5 news, the sheriff's office said
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like many california counties, we post release dates for all arrestees on our website and have been doing to -- doing so since february 16. this information is public and can be helpful to other governmental organizations, crime victims, inmate family members, and others. >> the state went on to say this is part of the county reentry strategic program. >> investigators are trying to piece together what led up to a deadly crush on the coast of that killed an entire family. they were driving along highway 1 when their suv plunged off of a cliff. that vehicle was found on monday. the parents and 3 of the kids were killed in the crash. 3 other siblings are still missing and presumed dead. the elm -- the sheriff's department trone is out there helping search for the bodies. you can see their suv landed on some rocks in the ocean after falling about 100 feet from the cliff. >> over the past few days,
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police have been searching the home for the past two days looking for signs of child abuse. at this point, investigators say they have no reason to believe the couple intentionally crashed with the kids aboard. >> teslas bad week just got worse. first, the deadly crush. now, a new recall. >> teslas exercising an abundance of caution. >> tesla is recalling 123,000 model as sedans builds before 2016 because of excessive corrosion on power steering bolts. >> i don't think it is that big of a deal. what is a big deal is that this comes on the heels of so many other things that tesla has been facing. >> the federal government just launched an investigation to figure out if a tesla model x
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was in autopilot when it crashed into a barrier on highway 101 and caught fire killing the driver. responding to questions about whether the victim reached out to the company about the particular feature before the crash, tesla released a statement today saying, "we have been doing a thorough search for our service records and we cannot find anything that the customer ever complained about tesla and the performance of autopilot". >> all of these things are combining to give tesla a real black eyed right now. >> the latest incident created more bad news for the company. it is already trying to make its production goals for the more affordable model 3. as for the recall, tell us days tesla says there are no reports of injuries or accidents and claims if the bolts fail, the driver should still be able to control the car. >> if all that stuff had not
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been happening, do you think this would even make news? >> i do not think so. recalls are routine. this has been a week of bad news and a lot of it. >> pretty soon, your coffee will come with a cancer warning. tonight, it is all because of a single chemical. >> hollywood actresses claim they were blindfolded and branded. tonight, the alleged sex cold. >> dozens of children die every year in
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california. your next cup of coffee
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will soon come with a cancer warning here in california. a judge issued a block buster ruling today. that is forcing more than 90 coffee retailers and distributors including starbucks to at a warning label. it all has to do with this one chemical, acrylamide. what is it? >> the cancer coffee lawsuit that has been grinding on for years is over. coffeemakers are steamed. a chemical engineer teaches the science of coffee at uc davis. as an expert witness, he testified that acrylamide forms naturally as foods cooked at high temperatures turn brown. >> you get this brown stuff outside of your steak when you chart. >> acrylamide has been known to cause cancer in mice. that is put on a list -- consumers are required to be
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informed about this. you can already find warming -- warnings everywhere from parking lots, bars, even disneyland. >> they create concern in some people that there is something lurking in places and they do not know what it is. >> this new coffee warning may be stretching the intention of the law. here is dr. david. >> i believe in transparency. at the same time, you put a bold declaration, it may cause cancer. to me, it causes panic rather than informed knowledge. >> the national coffee association says this lawsuit simply confuses consumers and has the potential to make a mockery of proposition 65 cancer warnings at a time when public needs clear and accurate information about health. >> 13 coffee companies have decided to settle and will soon be putting up the science. however, starbucks along with 90 defendants now have until april 10 to appeal the ruling.
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>> more legal trouble for aldon smith, the former nfl star. he is charged with domestic violence and now he has failed to show up in court. the former raider and 49er was supposed to be arraigned this afternoon for violating a protective order. a judge told him to stay away from the order he is accused of attacking in early march. today, the judge issued a new arrest warrant. it only takes effect if smith mrs. his court date on april 5. >> a federal prosecutor says they busted a cult leader who recruited hollywood stars and enslaved women. he is accused of sex trafficking, even human branding. tom wade has details. >> fbi agents raided a home in new york connected to an alleged cult leader. authorities say keith ran a group called nexium where he enslaved women and engaged in sex trafficking. among his followers, allison mack from the hit show small ville whose carrier fish character had a crush on's --
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on superman. she wasn't the only actress. fellow actress kristin also joined but in a tweet says she got out years ago and did not witness any illegal activity. keep was arrested outside portal by arthur this week by mexican police. for my members described nexium as a court and some of the women were forced to brand themselves with his initials. one of the former members of sarah edmondson who told her story. >> when i got to albany in march for my initiation where i was told i was supposed to get a dime sized tattoo, i found out i was getting a two inch by two inch brand with a carter rising iron. >> it was disturbing to hear what he was doing. i wasn't shocked. keith has been escalating for years. >> in los angeles, tom wade, kpix 5. >> a man who lost control and crashed has been identified.
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james kenneth rambo of napa was raising his 1976 ford pinto last night when he veered off of the racetrack. authorities say after he finished a days after he crossed the finish line, he braked and a vehicle pulled to the left. he hit a rail at more than 100 miles per hour. and ambulance crew at the track try to save him but he died at the scene. >> it felt a lot like summer in the bay area today with the warm weather. it comes as a reminder, don't leave pets or kids in a hot car. kpix's betty yu shows us a new high-tech car seat that will help keeps days keep kids safe even when the right is over. >> baby eleanor is ready to go for a ride. as soon as she is strapped in, her car seat is at work expect cutting off ignition. >> cybex, the company that makes the car seat says the serena emmett model is the only
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smart model car seat on the market. it enables via bluetooth into the chest click a receiver must be plugged into the driver seat. >> it allows us to give reminders to you to remind you every time you drive when that child is in the car. unfortunately, every year on average 37 children die from being left in a hot car and about half of those kids are forgotten in the vehicle. >> sarah is a safety advocate for the parent company of cybex. the smart car seat was developed to prevent the rising number of baby hot card debts. there has been 1 that so far this year. a one-year-old was left in a hot car in miami. >> it will also give temperature warnings so that you know what the ambient air around the child is like. >> the app also lets the user if days the user if the child unbuckle see chest clip while the car is in motion. >> if the caregiver walks away and forgets about the child, the phone will send another. >> i have another.
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>> emergency contacts are notified if the user does not acknowledge it. >> it is a big problem in a city like san francisco. >> a pediatrician in the er at ucf -- ucsf. >> it rises really rapidly. secondly, children and infants in particular have a hard time regulating their body temperature. a child's body temperature can rise 4-5 times as fast as that of an adult. >> new mom alex jones gave the so rona m hi. >> it would be -- i like to have an extra plan b. >> in san francisco, betty yu, kpix 5 news. >> those car seats cost about $329. >> very important reminder, if doesn't have to be 95-100 degrees for it to be dangerous in the car. 70 degrees with full sunshine
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is warm enough. we got warmer than that today. we are still in the 60s tonight. mid 60s in san francisco and san jose. 57 in livermore. record high in san francisco today, it was warm. 81 degrees. it shattered the old daily record of 19 -- of 79 in 1987. today, san jose hit 82. santa rosa, 86 today. tonight -- rain free, snow free for most of the sierra. went from about 20% to 64% of average. that is where we will stay when we get the final reading. a ridge of high pressure is on the move. it will move from here to here. no big deal right? for the bay area and for san francisco, that is worth about
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10 degrees. sliding a little bit to the south opens up the door for the onshore flow to return. not much of an onshore flow but san francisco last time i checked is right next to the ocean. it doesn't take much. we will go from 81 to 71 degrees tomorrow. cloud cover not that much tomorrow morning. tomorrow evening, if you hike in clouds around the valley. we will begin to caught up a little more on saturday before the clouds clear for senate. no worry about rainfall. next week, the trend will be cooler. it will still be dry for the first half of the week. rain may return by next thursday or friday. cooler in this case is 81 degrees and san jose. 14 degrees above average. fremont, 78 for you. 66 in pacifica. walnut creek, 81. pleasanton 82. we call down a little bit cloudier on saturday. easter sunday looks pleasant to
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get outside as does monday, tuesday, wednesday. thursday, i am thinking mostly cloudy. by thursday and friday, rain.
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isten: some people claim they actually see them. do you believe in ufos? >> two pilots reported seeing a mysterious object over arizona last month. take a listen. >> something past us about 30 seconds ago. >> it is a ufo. >> something just passed over us. i don't know what it was.
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it was about 3000 feet above us. they passed right over the top of us. >> so far, no one has figured out what it was. other pilots said they saw nothing. >> last word on sports tonight. we will take you around opening day. the giants and a's, that means you.
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>> dr. stanley: remember this: cannot change the laws of god. when he has visited you in some form of adversity and he brings you through that, that's like he has increased the strength of the foundation of your life and your faith in him. [music] with bruce bochy at the dodgers..... ....against clayton kershaw...who kept his eye on the ball??? joe panik in the 5th inning....
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let's get to it. the giants in the dodgers against clayton kershaw. the 5th inning, it is a big fly. 1-0, san francisco. the judge -- dodgers threatened in the seventh. extract 3 call. ended the inning. the closer is now hunter strickland. giants when it 1-0. they will face each other 9 more times in the next month. rare game homeowner and oakland. 27,000. they were hosting the angels. this one tied at 5. marcus simeon dropped in a walkoff. bottom of the 11, a's came back and one this one 6-5.
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>> kevin durant all smiles until he said the magic words and got ejected. the warriors game against the milwaukee's -- milwaukee bucks. 5 ejections. 12 of 15 from the floor. hit all 5 the point is. warriors dropped another 116 -105. >> give me jones between the pipes with the sharps. ryan ellis get -- did something about that. the sharks led
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