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right now at 11:00, miles and miles of red and blue lights, a spectacular tribute to the young officer shot and killed in the line of duty. hundreds of people turned out to pay their respects to 28- year-old ashley guindon. her flag-draped coffin resting inside hilton memorial chapel. >> tomorrow, a funeral will be held for officer guindon who died saturday night, her first shift on the street. straight out live to mola lenghi live in prince william county for the emotional outpouring of grief we saw out there tonight. >> reporter: yeah, we saw folks lining the streets of that procession to pay their respects to officer guindon. that procession ended behind me at the hilton memorial chapel, coming after friends and family spent the entire day rememberin
the scene of the crime. ashley guindon, a prince william police officer and crystal hamilton, a young woodbridge mother. this weekend, hamilton was shot and killed in what was described as a domestic dispute with her husband. guindon was the responding officer. it was her first day on the job. >> my heart is broken. my pain is beyond measure. >> reporter: hamilton's sister, wendy howard, told her that and her husband were having problems. >> i would have never imagined it would have led to this. >> reporter: two lives cut short. dozens of people lined the streets of woodbridge. >> just to pay respects for somebody in the line of duty, trying to do the right thing. >> it's emotional. >> it is. it hits close to home. >> i just came out here to pay my respects to somebody who has more courage than me.
officer and want to say thank you. >> reporter: to hear others describe them, they could have been friends. they were in many ways alike. hamilton worked with wounded warriors, helping vets who sacrificed so much. >> she never met a stranger and nev met someone she didn't hold a 15 minute conversation or more to get to know them. >> reporter: guindon put her life on the line to serve her. strangers don't have to know her to miss her. >> it feels like you lost a family member. >> reporter: and whether it's by this family. >> if she doesn't have a voice to speak out, it will be her voice. >> reporter: or this family, they will be missed. the officer's funeral is tomorrow here at the hilton memorial chapel in woodbridge. it is open to the public. viewing is at 10:00 a.m., and service at noon. live in woodbridge, i'm mola lenghi, wusa 9. >> two lives cut short far too soon.
the man accused in the killings has admitted killing his wife. he is charged with capital murder in officer guindon's death. he also faces a murder charge in the death of his wife, crystal. he made a court appearance today in manassas. he is an active duty army staff sergeant assigned to the joint staff support center at the pentagon. we'll have live coverage of officer guindon's funeral tomorrow, streaming the funeral live beginning at noon, you can download the wusa 9 app to watch the ceremony and get information on how to donate to her memorial fund. to prince georges county, a grand jury has indicted a former school volunteer on more child pornography charges. he convinced children to perform sex acts so he could perform them. let's go live outside the
courthouse where carraway is set to appear on friday. >> reporter: carraway will be here on friday and when he walks before the judge, he'll have to answer to more than 10 criminal charges. 22-year-old deonte carraway is facing six charges in prince georges county for child sex abuse and sexual assault. he can add 13 federal charges to the list. in each count, prosecutors say carraway knowingly persuaded and coerced a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct for the purpose of a visual depiction. the indictment identifies 11 different victims between the ages of 9 and 12. in some videos, prosecutors say children are engaging in sexually explicit activities on their own or with other children at the direction of carraway. in two videos, they say carraway had sex with his victims. in one with a nine-year-old boy and another with an 11-year-old boy. last week, prosecutors filed a federal complaint against carraway and included what they
say is part of his written confession. carraway allegedly admitted to it and told police i'm no child of god for doing this. i know i'm grown. the charges released today replace the eight counts outlined in the initial federal complaint. >> my kids go there. i woke up and seen it on the news, and it scared me. >> reporter: some don't want to see him in court. they just want to see him in prison. >> i think he should get the maximum whatever, the maximum. i mean, that's a grown man with kids, not with our kids. not with our kids. . >> reporter: the prince georges police department says they've identified 17 children victimized by carraway. the 11 named in these federal documents are already included in that number. reporting live in green belt, i'm allison barber, wusa 9. >> thank you, allison. coming up later in the show, surviving child sex abuse. i talked with three people who lived through this horrible crime.
parents and care givers in a frank and courageous conversation. new tonight, the president of mount st. mary's university has resigned effective immediately. calls for simon newman to resign have been growing louder ever since the student newspaper reported earlier this month that he planned to encourage struggling freshmen to leave the school. carl inoff, dean of the university business school will serve as acting president. by this time tomorrow night, we're going to know a lot more about the shape of the presidential race. voters in 13 states will be casting ballots on what's known as super tuesday, with virginia being one of the largest and most coveted prizes up for grabs. >> both front runners brought their campaigns to the commonwealth. gary hague attended clinton's raleigh in fairfax. >> reporter: right now, the public polls show hillary clinton and donald trump up double digits in virginia over
they and those competitors continue to campaign hard here in the closing hours. all those delegates available inñu virginia, plus the state status as a bellweather must- win state in the general election, make it irresistible to these campaigns. ♪ like a room without a roof ♪ . >> happy to beat hillary clinton today, looking to unite democrats amongst common foes. >> there could not be a bigger difference between what i believe we need to do to move our country forward and what the republicans are promising to do. >> striking a tone more fitting for a general election than a contested primary, clinton focused mostly on policy, keeping the frontrunner donald trump above the belt. in a crowd of roughly 400 college students, clinton
from bernie sanders' youth- driven campaign. >> i like how she's talking about equal pay for women. >> reporter: hours earlier in southern virginia, trump took the stage for his final raleigh in the commonwealth, booed by a new national cnn poll. >> little marco rubio, 16. lying ted cruz, 15. kasich 6. this came out a few minutes ago. trump 49. >> reporter: but the frontrunner found himself frustrated by repeated interruptioned by black lives matter activists. >> get her out of here. get out. out. out. . >> reporter: including one that ended with a secret service officer body slamming a press photographer trying to take photos. the public polls show trump
state except for texas. in virginia, his closest competition is marco rubio. the most recent poll has rubio behind by double digits but an advisor to rubio tells me they think their sunday blitz might help them close the gap to single digits but even they aren't predicting a win in the old dominion. >> the secret service is looking into a tussle between one of his agents, you heard them say, and a time magazine photographer. this happened at radford university in virginia during a donald trump campaign rally. the whole thing caught on multiple cameras. [crowd noise] >> that's after the fact here. photographer christopher morris says an agent grabbed him by the neck and threw him to the ground after stepping outside an area designated for the press and refuseded the agent's command to get back in.
morris says he lightly grabbed the agent's neck just to show the other officers how he had been choked. morris was surrounded by officers, dragged outside and briefly detained. polls open tomorrow in virginia at 6:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m., and you will need to provide a photo id, driver's license, passport or virginia college or university id. you can check out the complete virginia voters guide by downloading our free wusa 9 app. it might be a little chilly if you plan to head to the polls early. >> reporter: but at least you won't need an umbrella to stay dry. let's get to topper shutt for the election day forecast. >> we couldn't have drawn it up any nicer. it's going to be a fantastic day to start. polls open, 6:00 a.m., as we mentioned, a little chilly. light jacket when you go to work. by 9:00, almost up to 50 in many spots an
sunshine, 55-59 by noon. we'll come back and take you all the way through the day and look ahead to some flakes on the seven-day. first, if you haven't, download the app. it's free. go to the app star, search for wusa 9, you'll get radar and the extended forecast for free. march could come in like a lamb but the week go out like a lion. >> thank you. the attorney in virginia says a man charged with killing two college students is expected to enter guilty pleas in both cases but he did not spell out details of the plea agreement. jesse matthew is charged with murdering both uva student hanna graham and virginia tech student morgan harrington. he's due in court wednesday. he's already serving life in prison for sexual assaulting a fairfax county woman in 2005. in montgomery county, the maryland state hoise administration says it will conduct a traffic study at the
bethesda intersection where the crash killed their mother, daughter, son and badly injured their daughter. they were attempting to make a left turn onto braeburn parkway. they collided with a driver headed westbound and twice before, the state highway administration determined that traffic at this intersection did not warrant a stop light. to fairfax county where a rape suspect is off the streets and under arrest. he's 22-year-old edwin martinez. police say he broke into a home in mount vernon in the middle of the night on february 20th and raped the woman who lived there. martinez was spotted last friday night and taken into custody. he's being held without bond. in the district of columbia tonight, investigators are looking into the cause of a fatal fire at the 4300 block of mass avenue southeast. there's still no word on who the victim is or what may have caused that fire. a firefighter was hurt, but the injuries are not life threatg.
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. for decades, the people you're about to meet lived with painful secrets they were afraid to share. >> secrets that upended their childhoods, tore apart families and haunt them today. i sat down with three survivors of child sex abuse to talk about their path from hurt to healing. a bag of emotional baggage they didn't begin to unpack for decades. >> it was something i thought i was going to take to my grave with me. >> by the time i was told it was okay to tell, it had already happened by a couple of abusers. >> a close family members, among others, family friend, a neighbor, they were not monsters lurking in the d
in every case, they were victimized by people they knew, loved and trusted. . >> a lot of the responses were, it's your fault. it makes you feel like, why am i still here? be honest. in the african-american community, there is a taboo about a lot of things and that's one of them. >> five years old, but she's not afraid of the boogie man because the boogie man knows her name. she'd tell the ogre to go away, but she's too little to complain. while she's too little to understand, she plays the mon monster's game. >> it happened when i was 14 and i didn't tell anybody until i was 48, 49 years old. because for so long, i felt complacent.
he sat his gun down. why didn't i take his gun and shoot him. it's just like murder. you're killing that kid's heart. . >> and the care givers and the people who are entrusted with the care of the children right now who have endured abuse and are now just learning, what would you say to them? >> at this point, it's not about how could this have happened. it's about, it has happened, let's deal with it. the parents are just as traumatized as the kids, and they need help just as much. . >> give them the vocabulary to be able, and the language to be able to say this is what happened to me, because they have to know that they can say no, because we teach kids, never say no to an adult. >> get the thought out of your
child, that it will never be in your school, that it will never be a family member. that's actually the way you look past it. >> i can't say i'm 99% healed, but i'm better, i'm stronger. >> my faith has been instrumental in healing. >> i ask myself, how free do you want to be. here i am. i'm grateful. >> you are grateful. . >> it took years of therapy for all of them to get to this point, and they are all out trying to educate others about this crime. al travels the country pushing for an end to statutes on reporting abuse. joy and valerie are both authors who speak out about prevention. and before the show, we took this conversation to facebook, and we talked live with an
children's advocacy center in d.c., taking your questions about how to spot the signs of child sex abuse and stop it before it happens. and here's what you had to say. >> so marco said, many people are living in silence. if we get to the root of the issue, it helps with the healing process. >> anita wrote, if a child doesn't want to be around someone, take the clue. the child is protecting his or herself from the abuse. >> tracy commented, telling the story helps others. >> and amy said, it's been my experience that sudden changes with children's grades in school are a signal something is going on. we've got a link to more resources, including the full interview of tonight's survivors and a free class with information on how to spot and stop child sex abuse, it's all on the wusa 9 app. we are coming into spring powerfully. i know spring is still a ways
away, but technically, tomorrow is the meteorologically spring. it could go in like a lamb but the week out like a lion. we went 62, not that far off. 65, barely made it. and 22 out of 23. i saw some new data. one model going 61, one model 66. i might raise it to 62. i'm going with 61 for now. winds are calm, dew point above freezing. nobody makes it above freezing tonight. chilly start, but a warm finish, yep, like a lamb. breezy and colder wednesday, thursday and friday. rains, showers possible on friday. the timing could end up here thursday night and greet us as we wake up friday morning.
tomorrow morning, all that will greet us tomorrow, sunshine, temperatures in the upper 30s, low 40s. not bad for march. 43 downtown, only 37 in cumberland. 38 in romney. temperatures are uniform in this. by 9:00, near 50 downtown, 48 in leesburg, sterling and fairfax. 62 in fredericksburg, 59 in bowie. pretty sweet. by 6:00, still okay. the clouds begin to roll in and approach the i-81 corridor, already into cumberland. high-mid-lel clouds. 57 downtown and dry. 9:30, take a quick walk before dinner after all this activity rolls through. we could hear a roll of thunder tomorrow night. on the day planner, 40s to start, 59 with sunshine by 1:00. wednesday, chilly, 51, probably 54 will be the high, the midnight temp, and temps will
next seven days, there's your snow and rain on friday, but the weekend is okay. low 50s saturday and sunday and back to the mid-50s on monday. that's not so bad. >> got time to fix that. >> i'll get on it. >> as we say so long to winter, we say so long to someone else. >> one of the favorites. one of the favorite sports athletes in this area. just an overall good day. it was a tough day for caps fans upon learning the team's longest tenured player is gone. you can't predict the market. but through good times and bad... ...at t. rowe price... ...we've helped our investors stay confident for over 75 years. call us or your advisor. t. rowe price. invest with confidence.
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away from knowing whether or not kirk cousins will remain in the dmv. washington does have a few options if that's the route they choose. most people think the team will place the franchise tag on cousins. makes sense. that means no other team can get him and the teams have until july 15th to work out a long-term deal. they could gamble and use the transition tag. it's $2 million less but another team could come after him. we will keep you updated and see what happens tomorrow. it was the biggest day of his career, the nfl combine. former virginia star maurice kennedy looking to impress the scouts and up his dress stock. that wasn't all that was important to him today. it was 40-yard dash, so you've got the cavalier cornerback, though he wanted to take the opportunity to honor fallen prince georges county officer ashley guindon. on his cleats, kennedy wrote the
. take us through the week, top. >> no reason not to vote tomorrow, 61. colder thursday and friday. and wednesday. and maybe some snow still. the snow may get in thursday night and greet us friday morning. >> we are out of time. sadly, we don't have any more time to talk about that, whatever that was.
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