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the fact the gates had been locked from the inside. it appears the suspect used a bicycle type cable lock to secure the gates from the inside. on both the north and the south sides of the courtyard. 2 officers engaged the steps suspects from outside of the gates and an officer involved shooting occurred. officers were able to force entry through the gates and entered the courtyard. upon entry officers located a suspect who was injured and he was taken into custody. additionally officers located 2 victims in the courtyard area. one of which was a 9 year-old boy who was deceased. an adult female who had also been shot was found with the boy appears that a little boy died in his mother's arms as she was trying to save him. >> during this horrific massacre.
>> a search of the complex found 2 women and another man also dead. the officers involved were part of unified homes, which is in the mobile homes business. the suspect who was taken to the hospital in critical but stable condition was identified as 44 in a dog gonzalez whose last known address was in fullerton. >> the preliminary motive is believed to be related to a business and personal relationship which existed between the suspects and all of the victims. it appears all of the adults were connected either by business or a personalsrelationship. and this was not a random act of violence. the child is believed to be the son of one of the victims who worked at the business. >> in other more emotional testimony on day 4 of the derek chauvin trial in minneapolis as george floyd's girlfriend takes the stand. she is one of several witnesses who testified today, including a paramedic who treated floyd at the scene on the day of his death. reporter
kareen wynter brings us details. >> graphic testimony from first minneapolis fire captain he was an unresponsive body on the and 2 paramedics who treated george floyd who died in police custody last like derek smith who testified that upon arriving at the frantic scene with police and angry bystanders. he immediately noticed derek chauvin's knee still on floyd's neck and that when he checked floyd's paltz and pupils. used to. >> multiple officers on top of the vision. we pull up that point. we assumed. said i assumed there was. the potentially some struggles still because there are still on top of them. the prosecution presented more new video evidence showing floyd's body being placed on a stretcher and into an ambulance that's too graphic to show. >> ravinder testified that they tried resuscitating the patient but that the cardiac monitor showed he had flat-lined. the prosecution also question one of floyd's
former girlfriends who described him as a devoted dad who struggled with his own opioid addiction and his mother's death. she believes he started using drugs again in the weeks before his fatal police encounter is. >> it's a a classic story of. how many people get addicted to opioids. we both from chronic pain. i was in my neck and his was in his back. >> so far in this trial. the prosecution has presented several pieces of compelling video evidence in court on wednesday. we heard chauvin's own words as he said, this as the ambulance transporting floyd's body to a hospital left the scene trying troll the the defense on cross examination is trying to get the emergency medical officials to admit the angry crowd of witnesses posed a threat to officers and justify their actions that day in their use of excessive force and their slow response to rendering aid to floyd once he became unresponsive. that was
kareen wynter reporting for us said the defense is also arguing that it was drugs like meth and fentanyl. >> that were found in floyd's system that killed him and not system that killed him and not chauvin' >> get a load of this one. the pandemic help solve a horrific crime dna from a face mask help police catch a child rapist. 3 years after the crime monterey county jury has found 28 year-old areas junior guilty of several charges, including a 10 year-old girl back in 2018, the rape occurred when the victim woke up to a man in her bedroom wearing a mask over his entire face holding what looked like a gun in february of this year. ramirez added that victim on snapchat on social media and that's when the girl credit to her became suspicious and remembered. that person at a similar accident and build to her rapist. the girl alerted police who then set up a meeting with ramirez at the
police station when he showed up detectives threw away their masks and put on new ones. they offered rim air is a new mask as well. any fell for the suspect discarded. his mask into the wastebasket that was lined with an evidence bag. and it was tests of that mask that revealed a match with the rapist's dna will receive a mandatory sentence of life without parole. incredible to the north bay. now police need your help catching this burglary suspect who broke into a home in petaluma. >> happened on march 19th. well, the residents were away. the suspect was caught on video appears to be a caucasian male in his mid 30's with a goatee wearing white painter's pants, a gray shirt that has are oil trucks logo. the dark gray hat and he was carrying white kelly more bucket. if you have any information you're being asked to call petaluma police. all right. taking a live look outside right now at san
francisco's embarcadero. not a cloud in the sky. >> yeah. and not a hint of when it looks like, boy, it's it's a day really in the city and along the coast. it feels like fall. yeah. he said it was summer, but summers coconuts saw extremely cold in the bay area, especially approach the coastline. but yeah, it is clear out there right now and it is going to stay that way for a few more hours then everything begins to change the clouds are going to start to roll on in. >> and we're really watch those temperatures dropping all around the bay area up there right now looking for the east bay and looking great out over the bay as we have another day of temperatures. well above the average winds. yes, starting to pick up right at the coastline. you can see just a bit of a sea breeze. developing. we haven't seen that in a couple of days and that is really going to change everything over the next few days temperature wise. you're 64 degrees still comfortable in half moon bay 75 and warm in san francisco, still 85 degrees in concord n 81 in palo alto. but everything
changes and certainly will overnight tonight. we'll see low clouds and fog and that sea breeze returns here come the clouds tomorrow morning. we're waking up some low clouds and fog early on as we head through the afternoon, some mid to high level clouds to a much cooler day around the bay area. these temperatures. yeah. going to take a big hit. maybe dropping a good 10, maybe 15 degrees closer to the coastline. but even cool off of the valley. still warm, though some low spots still up in the 70's. all right. lawrence. up next, a shoe restraining order. >> nike blocking the sale of a rapper's so-called satan shoes. the apparent took a company says it really has nothing to do with the controversial concept. plus the bay area housing market is red hot. one east bay home got 29 offer
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and the east bay house sold for 1 million dollars. >> it's asking price after receiving 29 offers. yeah, that's not a typo. how the house eventually sold for a total of 2.3 million dollars. take a look at the house has 3 bedrooms a 2 bathrooms and is located in the berkeley hills with the a nice mountain view you on top of it, it's only 2 miles away from u c berkeley. the listing agent says because of the pandemic, people in general, they're looking for bigger houses with the with greenery home sold slightly above average for the area. the median price in the berkeley hills. as one 0.7
million nice views. but wow. nike's going all out in a fight against the devil and lil nas x through a federal court order. the apparel giant has blocked the sale of the rappers. >> satan shoes as they're known little not created the show along with a new york art collective using the nike air max 97 as the shoe claims to contain one drop of human blood. nike says the shoes were produced without authorization and the company is in no way connected to the project, the our collective says 665 pairs were sold for more than a 1000 bucks. a pair. well. >> after the break, do we need booster shots to keep is protected against covid-
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trial participants and determined after 6 months the volunteers were 91% protected against covid-19, and even better protected against a severe case of covid. the study also showed no serious safety concerns and side effects. stay generally consistent with previously reported results and even if pfizer's efficacy rate remains high for years to come. that doesn't mean we won't need booster shots in the future. the question is not so much the in what we've been vaccinated for. >> but what about the other variance and how well does it cover the other variance. so think of additional shots is not being boosters to increase your immunity. but you're getting additional strains covered. so is broadening your immunity with pfizer's high rate of protection. the availability of other vaccines on the market and potential booster shots in the future. could there be a time where covid is a thing of the past. the what's good likely to happen is that this is going become an endemic disease, meaning we're going to see a few cases. >> time to time to remain on our differential diagnosis of. >> viral pneumonia. us. i
doubt that it's ever really going to go away. what i think we'll get large amounts of immunity built up and that's going to keep transmission. >> really low. pfizer's announcement may make it seem like a more desirable vaccine. but doctor rutherford emphasizes that any vaccine you can get is a good vaccine reporting in the newsroom. tahernia kron 4 news new data from the centers for disease control and prevention shows that people who were fully vaccinated are unlikely to transmit the coronavirus to other people. study focused on almost 4,000 frontline workers who received the but they're not or the pfizer vaccine. they were tested every week for 13 weeks to monitor just how effective the shots were in daily life of the of folks in the u.s. outside of a clinical environment. the study found the risk of infection was reduced by 90% after the second dose health experts emphasize the study does not mean the vaccinated people can stop wearing their masks. president biden says
100 million americans have now had at least one dose of the vaccine and he says the u.s. will have enough supply. >> for all adults by may. but there is still hesitancy in some groups out there today. vice president kamala harris laid out a strategy to fight that stigma. she's asking hundreds of business faith and union leaders to help dispel vaccine mistrust and misinformation often seen in minority communities. the co-founder of the black coalition against covid says celebrities like athletes musicians. we'll help outreach among younger populations. >> we need to receive science-based and relevant information from black medical experts that are filtered through engagement with the people that they pay attention to. >> nearly 20% of us population is said to be fully vaccinated. but health experts estimate at least 70% will be needed until we can reach so-called. >> herd immunity right time
now the 4 zone forecast as we get a live look outside right now at the bay bridge looking pretty deserted. guess. nobody's heading up to us. no country just yet. well, it's baby on the far right right. right. yeah, people are heading into the city. >> large spring break for a lot of people. next week. some kids haven't this week. but i could see a lot of people had not ming on friday and getting a jump on the holiday cruise up the high country maybe a little spring skiing up there. but. >> looks they're not having as much snow as we were hoping for up in the high country. in fact, you can see it right here. look at you can see the snow totals this the last snow survey of the season. 66% of nor the sierra nevada. 63 1% of normal in the central and the southern sierra nevada only 41% of normal. so not the snow-packed ended up with or want end up with. but we may have a little hope on the horizon, although doesn't look that promising today. cold front off the coastline things change over the weekend.
clouds begin to roll. in fact, that storm system. it originally looked like it might impact the bay area by monday. now the models have done a complete switch pulled it all the way off the coastline by monday live in just a couple of passing clouds. look at that. just kind of spins out. there's a cutoff low not impacting the bay area. maybe we start getting some rainfall next week. so this is a major change in the forecast patterns. we're gonna hold here. see how things work out right now. not looking too to get the rainfall back here in the snow in the sierra nevada temperatures for tomorrow. big change 60's along the coastline. 50's 60's out toward the bea.hes plan on some patchy fog out there along the coast. still looking nice in many spots inland. but the temperatures started to come down big time for the weekend them believe that slight chance of rain continuing the beginning of next week. thanks its next at 5 another awards show this weekend. take a look at the nominations and see how the screen actors guild awards will.
>> welcome back. hollywood's awards season is in full swing and sunday screen actors guild awards. that's the big event. that's the next one. yeah. entertainment. tonight's kevin frazier has a preview vicki graf the said words, do things a little differently. every category is specifically for acting end. the people voting on each award. other actors. so as you can expect, the competition is intense. got a big night ahead of us. the sag awards and we are nominated for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a comedy series about that. the cast of ted lasso shot this clip for the show which will look a little
different this year. there will be no red carpet, no host, no set and the entire show. >> will be a pre taped one hour special. >> i did. bridgerton is up for 2 awards, including outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series. it's a real joy to be able to even world ocean and the color of the we're in a really special time which isn't. but it will have to beat the crown better call saw lovecraft country and ozark was about money. >> my knees about law, the late chadwick boseman has 4 nominations. his ma rainey's black bottom fellow nominee and co-star viola davis. >> sang his praises. there was nothing about chadwick that. was anything other than a life force. bahrain is up for outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture against the 5 bloods minority. the trial of chicago 7, one night miami. >> which was directed by
regina king. they are so talented. these performances are tremendous. >> make sure you tune in to e t tonight. for the latest on the tiger woods car crash. why the cause of the accident. >> is known, but it's being kept a secret. plus, david alan greer is guest co-hosting. it's going to be a good time. you don't want to miss a prayer team tonight. i'm kevin frazier. >> appreciate you entertainment tonight, by the way, airs right here on kron 4 at 7.30. so mark it down. all right. that wraps up kron 4 news at 00:00am tonight at 6 just seems like covid-19 cases are going down there are growing concerns across the bay area of another possible surge. why? >> health officials are now warning against certain activities. yeah. it's like. >> it's good. it's bad. what is it? baseball is back. that's good. the a's home opener tonight giants are on the road opening their season in seattle we have everything fans need to know before visiting bay area parks for the first time since the pandemic. you really got prepare beyond the giants, get keep it here. kron 4 news at 6
these variants are spreading. we really want to do everything we can to keep them from spreading. >> now it's 6. there is growing concern over the emergence of coronavirus variance in santa clara county, the number of cases level off. but there is some evidence that the numbers could be trending upward again in some areas. good evening, everybody. thanks for joining us here on kron, 4 news at 6. i'm vicki liviakis and i'm grant lotus health officials there saying that all known coronavirus variants of concern. >> have been found out in santa clara county leading to worries that another wave of cases could be looming. >> the more opportunity that the virus has to circulate, the more opportunity it has to take on mutations and to change so we've already seen a few variance of concern emerge and we what we want to do is get our here and really globally to get vaccinated as quickly as possible to reduce that opportunity.
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