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her off. he kidnapped the 22-year-old and raised her in the parking lot and then twice at his home before dumping her at an intersection this morning. the woman's friend left her to go get was she returned the woman was gone. ramirez had his court appearance today. his lawyer try to argue he was not a danger to the community but prosecutors convinced the we wake up in the morning of someone accuses us of consensual sex we are probably all a danger to the community. >> the fact she was not the screaming and yelling does not negate the fact she was taken against her will having sex with someone she did not
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assault this year and they are investigating if ramirez could be connected to other attacks. >> a former high school teacher in glendale is in jail charged with three counts of sexual misconduct with a minor. alan johnson is accused of having a relationship with a female student in 2011 at cactus high school. he currently works at paradise valley high school but has been placed on administrative leave. his bond is set at $500,000. background of one of the valley officers who resigned after forcing a man to eat marijuana to avoid going to jail. donna joins us in the newsroom is what has been uncovered. >>reporter: three officers were involved in the investigation paid all three were rookies in all three resigned. a witness to the incident jason mcfadden are under
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phoenix, is a seasoned officer. >> this conduct is contrary to everything we stand for. >>reporter: the police chief called the actions of three rookies appalling and unacceptable. they are accused of pulling over a 19-year-old man and forcing him to eat a gram of marijuana found in his car to avoid jail. >> one officer had prior law enforcement experience and served 10 years in chicago. that mcfadden worked for them for 13 years and their records show he resigned in 2016. he spent some of his time in narcotics enforcement. he is listed on a website called the citizens police data project that compiles information released by chicago pd in response to public record requests. that showed he had 15 complaints against him for a variety of issues. one resulted in a reprimand.
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mcfadden was involved in a fatal shooting in chicago in 2009. this picture released by the chicago fraternal order of police shows mcfadden and another officer receiving an award for their bravery and courage as a result. i asked the chief yesterday. for a complete background check was done on make about -- on mcfadden. >> something we missed on the lateral? yb question. we are going to make sure we do our due diligence in the hiring process. >>reporter: i have a request in for the full personnel file. phoenix has been in a hiring frenzy and they have lowered some of their standards. many wonder if some of the problems are a symptom of that. tonight we are learning
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gilbert home. preliminary reports say one of the skydivers heard a loud noise before saying damage to the wing that quickly caught fire. this guide up -- the skydivers jumped out safely in the pilot managed to bail out before the airplane crash. the homeowners were not injured. the final report will take at least a year. police are investigating how i cemented truck it happened near 24th street and loop 202. the cyclist died on the way to the hospital. one witness could not believe what he was seeing in front of him. >> it grabbed him and the bike and dragged the bite to where it is now. and the bikes fell off and body was still stuck on the
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police questioned him. no charges have been filed. i'm not going to criticize or attack trump. i am not in the habit of supporting people who attack my wife and my father. >> a belated endorsement from former presidential hopeful ted cruz after he made those commentin they rocked the republican convention. he has had a change of heart. let's be clear. he did not use the word, endorse but he announced that he will vote for trump in november. clinton has her own on monday's debate were she will take on trump for the first time face-to-face. her campaign is getting a jump on fact checking trump. they have laid out his seven
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>> 100 million people are expected to watch the debate. it will be monday evening. you can watch it here on cbs 5. our coverage begins at 6 pm followed by a special edition of cbs 5 news. election season could make a common practice criminal. a court ruled to end the practice called ballot harvesting. >>reporter: anyone caught ballots could potentially face felony charges. opponents argued house bill 2023 does more than -- does nothing more than target low income and minority orders -- voters but a judge disagreed. he issued a ruling today saying plaintiffs have not shown house bill 2023 will impact minority voters. this is a bill that was passed
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argued it protects the state against voter fraud even though those cases are rare. democrats are more likely to use ballot harvesting tactics during elections and they disagreed with the ruling saying this law targets working- class families. >> a person who delivers another person's ballot so their vote gets counted. and i think you can make the argument that this happens a lot >>reporter: you can drop off the ballot of a family member but there are big questions regarding enforcement. the county recorder's office say they will not enforce the slot in november. -- enforce this in november. see this. a woman's risky move to get her
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one of these grain boxes? -- one of these green boxes?
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tesla is updating its autopilot system. the self driving system has been under scrutiny. after one deadly crash involving a tesla on autopilot. around you may have spotted these big green squares on the ground. not everyone is clear on what they are. it is to make the streets safer for bike riders. the lights. bikes are allowed in there and cars are not. it has proven successful in other cities but the problem is that most of drivers don't know
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>> is not a surprise to us that they are not using it as effectively as we hoped but we think drivers will get the hang of it. >> the first bike box was put in a few weeks ago at mill avenue and 10th the street across from another bike box installed by asu. a woman was pumping gas when a man steals her purse. she jumps on the car to off knocking her to the ground leaving her with an injured ankle and a lot of cuts and bruises. remember to lock your door when you pump your gas.
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the rubble that you see there. an airstrike hit today. a group of good samaritans helped dig her out. no word on how long she was trapped. her parents and 4 siblings were killed in those attacks. some of the wife of a man who was shot by police captured his final moments on video. >> don't shoot him.
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a shot him. his wife disagrees. because of the different stories about what happened, some are hoping this video could prove if the video was justified but you don't see the shooting. the mayor is calling on police to release their body camera footage as well. this comes after 3/9 of violent protests. one man was in the middle of it wearing a free hugs t-shirt. he tried to explain to the protesters that the officer his free hugs project started after the boston bomb -- after the boston bombing. >> it could be a major breakthrough in the treatment of hair loss. a drug has succeeded in regrowing hair and nearly bald patients. the autoimmune disease is where the body attacks the hair follicles and hair falls out in clumps and patches.
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a drug used for bone marrow and blood disorders stops the attack on hair follicles. tests show hair regrowth averages 92%. >> if you can dampen the immune response and years of the disease can have a response i grow hair.>> researchers are growing hair in patients with male pattern hair loss. to my drones supplies -- >> a trip for drones delivering safety supplies. -- package. ups hosts the tests will lead to fda approval for drones delivery. in arizona woman will go to a dance party outside of her home. she found 2 rattlesnakes in her backyard.
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they don't bite each other. they try to knock each other down. what they are doing is displaying dominance and to entice the females. after getting close enough to capture this video, we are glad to she stated a safe distance, she called for some help and she had snakes removed. isn't that fascinating? >> they are trying to impress the ladies. at i don't know if i would hold the camera still put i would be heading indoors. i hope you're having a great friday. take a look. doppler has quiet conditions. we had some shower activity near tucson and north of benson but nice conditions
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amazing. 84 degrees right now a high of 88 today and the averages 98 site 100 difference and it's pretty drive. the dew point is around 14 with humidity around 7%. it feels very nice. we are going to see this over the weekend 65 for a low and 30 in flagstaff and we mentioned this earlier the temperatures you can return back to your patio. temperatures in the lower 80s and for tomorrow look at the seven-day forecast. warm on sunday a high below average and lows in the 60s and a few clouds on wednesday and thursday with a slight chance of showers. temperatures staying nice.
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a worker talking on his cell phone and handling food. not all restaurants keep a clean kitchen. here is the dirty dining report. food city on main street near mesa. 4 major violations. the health inspection report listed an employee handled money and then food without washing hands. sour cream out of temperature. mexican food on and guadalupe had 4 violations. they t debris stored as clean and dead roaches in a sink area. amy's mexican kitchen had 4 bit -- 4 major violations. an employee handling credit cards and money and putting away clean dishes and raw beef stored above salsa. pinnacle peak road off of 75th and scottsdale 4 major violations. the health inspection report
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and mussels in a prep cooler broken and the place with the most healthcare violations, the chinatown buffet at baseline and mcclintock. five major violations. the chinatown buffet had a cutting board stored with powdered soap. a cook handling fried fish with his bare hands and a worker talking on his cell phone and handling food without washing up. the places on notice to clean up or could face lct the restaurants with perfect scores make the dean's list. here is a look at the restaurants with spotless kitchens. >> chicago hamburger company, the indian school, taco bell at priest and elliott and safeway at thompson peak parkway an wildflower bread company has 75th and bell in glendale. wicked six bar and grill at palisades boulevard and hooters
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get everything you need to know before prime time in tonight's take away. here is a look at what is here is a look at what is coming o'halleran: i had some really tough cases as a police detective. but the problem in washington is as clear as day -- tom o'halleran has a plan to hold the politicians accountable -- no pay for congress if they don't pass a budget, reduce the influence of big money and special interests, and no more first-class travel paid for by taxpayers. i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this message
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a new page of controversy for sheriff paul babeu.
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also known as rico funds. critics have said pcso's use of the foundation is like money laundering. and they've also accused babeu of using the funds to fuel his campaign. it may already be illegal campaigning with government resources. or if they're just being used to make the sheriff look good, as he runs for congress. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. a former high school teacher in glendale is in jail charged with three counts of sexual misconduct with a minor.
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female student in 2011 at cactus high school. a man is being held accused of kidnapping and raping an unconscious woman in scottsdale. footage captured ramirez carry the 22-year-old over his shoulder and walking away with her saturday morning. he told investigators the sex was consensual but changed his story when he found out there was surveillance footage. one of the phoenix police officers forcing a man to eat marijuana served 10 years with the chicago police department. jason mcfadden had 15 complaints against him for a variety of issues. the phoenix police chief is aware of his background and said it is under investigation. be sure to connect with us on facebook, twitter and instagram.
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#cbs5az. he style and for treating viewers to a musical performance on sunday mornings. a piece of charles osgood's legacy will live on after he and curses weekend. the smithsonian's national museum of american history. the 83-year-old is stepping down after 22 years of anchoring sunday morning. you can catch his final show this sunday morning. >> we are lucky to have that show. we will see you back here at 10 pm. at 10 pm. thanks for watching.
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sources tell us the fbi has subpoenaed records related to how babeu's office used seized criminal money also known as rico funds. critics have said pcso's use of the foundation is like money laundering. and they've also accused babeu of using the funds to fuel his campaign. it may already be illegal campaigning with government resources. or if they're just being used to make the sheriff look good, as he runs for congress.
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