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she spent 18 years in captivity. now, america is captivated by jaycee dugard. >> she has a lot to tell and i want to hear it. >> jaycee dugard's account of her ordeal is flying off shelves. on day one, her book zoomed to the top of amazon's best-seller list. tonight, we have excerpts from her book, reaction from readers and heart-breaking pictures from inside the home. videos taken shows parole officers roaming the home, without a clue that thevictim was a few yards away. live, this is kron4 news at
11:00. the county district attorney's office releases video today of convicted sex offender phillip garrido taking videos of children, and it also shows a parole agent searching the home and never discovering that jaycee dugard was in the backyard. dan kerman shows you the videos. >> reporter: in this video, you see a state parole agent touring the garrido home, sometime between 2000 and 2007. jaycee dugard was held captive by garrido during this entire period. >> we've been sleeping in there. >> this is a shower thing. >> can you move that out and open the door. >> reporter: the video looks to have been filmed by nancy garrido who at one point quizzes the parole agent about what he can do for them. >> what does a parole agent do for his parolees? >> you can come into the office and we'll discuss it at an appropriate time. right now, i'm doing an
appropriate search and if you stay in this front room, i don't have to place you in restraints. >> reporter: the video conclude with a shot of garrido and the agent coming in from the backyard with the agent oblivious to the fact that jaycee dugard is being held captive back there. in the second video, the garridos appear to be at a park. listen to nancy garrido advise philip where to point the camera so he can see young children. >> over there. >> reporter: and in the third video, garrido tells his wife to appear to video tape him playing the guitar, but to shoot past him so she can video tape the young kids playing behind him. >> so it looks like it's about me. >> reporter: the district attorney says the state parole agents visited the garrido home 60 times over 10 years, and never once spotted dugard. it's mistakes like that that the d.a. will be discussing at a meeting
next month. dan kerman, kron4 news. >> those newly released video come as jaycee dugard's memoir debuts. the book, which is intightled, a stolen life has already hit number one on amazon.com. it goes into detail about her life in captivity, at times he writes in graphic detail about the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of phillip garrido. here is one excerpt from the book, quote, the first year was the worst. i hated when he would video tape me and him having sex, or me doing some other degrading thing. the camera would always have to be in the right spot and positioned just right. it was horrible. at one bookstore today, kron4 spoke to one young woman about why she picked up a copy. >> the fact that she was so inspired to come out rather than people that hide behind their hurt feelings. it seemed like she wantedded to get rid of had grief so she was telling everyone her story and
it was really inspiring. >> i know about the graphic parts. i'm so interested that i'm going to go past them. i want to see how she dealt with it. so i'm going to try to finish doing that. >> it was a trending topic on twitter the other night so it's something that a lot of people are aware of, which is good. i think it's awesome that a lot of people are aware of it in that way. >> a store manager in marin county tells us they hope to get more copies of the book as soon as possible. also, the demand for the online version was so great that it crashed the company server for a while today. the coast guard has officially ended its search for the seven fishermen still missing in the sea. an aircraft was used to search the waters. the coast guard says it's flown more than 7,300 square miles since the ship that the fishermen were on sank two sundays ago. reggie kumar tells us what the family of donald lee, the organizer of the fishing trip, plans to do now.
>> reporter: donald lee is one of the seven fishermen still missing in the sea off the gulf of california. he had been organizing the trip for a year. they knew the search for the men would be called off eventually. he says he does not understand why the department of defense won't send divers down to where the mexican navy thinks the ship sank. >> they used very specific language by saying the capabilities to do this sort of dive were very limited and the capabilities were not available at this time. we're not going away. we're not giving up. if anything, i would say that we are more galvanized in our efforts because right now, we went from being sad to frustrated, and now we're angry. we do appreciate what the coast guard and everyone has done for us. there's just a lot of unanswered questions still that we would like find out before this effort's called off. for us, it's always been about the dive because we want to bring our fathers home. >> reporter: the family is now looking into continuing the
search on their own. >> we have started researching it but we would need the collaborative efforts of all the families involved and just kind of find out where they are with it. we need to regroup with them and find out what they're thinking. >> reporter: lee's family says they need more support. they're asking people to e-mail their elected officials to put pressure on the department of defense to continue the search. for more information, log onto www.kron4.com and click on find missing fishermen blog. reggie kumar, kron4 news. >> the fatal crash that occurred near the intersection of highway 1 and highway 17 in santa cruz county on monday is now a murder investigation. the suspect is identified as 29- year-old eric weirs of southern cal. investigators say he drove the wrong way, intentionally driving into the path of an oncoming car, killing the driver. and this is the woman he killed, 49-year-old anna
barajas. today, her family and friends gathered to pay their respects. >> he took her life. he left all these kids and her family. >> a very loving, caring person. she always had her arms open for everyone. i want him to know that she was an amazing woman and amazing mother. >> barajas was going home from her work when she was hit and killed. a live looking outside from our roof cam this evening. take a look. you can see the picture's a little muddled here. that is because we are seeing the fog, dense fog close to the coastline and fog throughout our bay shores at this time. that's the reason why temperatures are a little bit more mild this evening in the upper 50s and low 60s for the most part. still 66 in antioch. temperatures aren't going to move much because of that fog. here's what you can expect out there tomorrow.
dense fog and drizzle, not just close to the coastline but inland valleys, as well. into the 12:00 hour, patchy fog remains around our bay shores and over san francisco. breezy and cool conditions into the afternoon. this pattern is going to go on for a little while. i'll tell you when we're finally going to see a warmup coming up in just a little bit. in san francisco tonight, several small explosions in the tenderloin. this was the scene near van nes. this was after 10:00 tonight. firefighters say numerous cherry bombs are to blame. witnesses in the area reported seeing several bright flashes. the explosions shattered a window. no arrests have been made. still ahead tonight at 11:00, police searching for a fugitive accused of murdering three people. that story and more coming up. [ male announcer ] brace yourself for the big, bold taste
threemurders, one in san francisco. walker is approximately 6 feet tall. he weighs 180 pounds. police say he has several tattoos. the son of a bay area porn mogul convicted of first-degree murder of his ex-girlfriend. james mitchell was also convicted of kidnapping the couple's 1-year-old child. officials say mitchell killed her by repeatedly hitting her in the head with a bat. the 29-year-old mitchell faces 34 years to life in prison. and this man, kerry stiperman is in jail for practicing medicine without a license. he has the owner of shiny toes, a spa that advertises laser treatments for nail fungus. you can see him performing the procedure in this video. in california, only licensed physicians are allowed to perform laser medical procedures. a unanimous vote tonight, the concord city council approved a daytime curfew for
students. it goes into effect during school hours. after the first offense, it would mine fines ranging from $100 to $500, depending on the number of infractions. and a parent could also face fines if he or she knows that a child is not at school. foggy and cool through the first half of the week but what about into the weekend? i'll have that answer, coming up. >> so, ah, your seat good? got the mirrors all adjusted? you can see everything ok? just stay off the freeways, all right? i don't want you going out on those yet. and leave your phone in your purse, i don't want you texting. >> daddy... ok! ok, here you go. be careful. >> thanks dad. >> and call me--but not while you're driving. we knew this day was coming. that's why we bought a subaru.
we'd earned lots of points with our new citi thankyou card... and i put them to good use. he told me about his bunkmates, and how he signs up for every activity. ♪ he even hangs out with the camp director. just like that. [ male announcer ] the new citi thankyou premier card gives you more ways to earn points. what's your story? citi can help you write it. well, the plans are in the work and awaiting city approval for the transformation of this safeway store. it's located on clarmont and college avenue. we'll show you what the new store will look like. >> reporter: this safeway was built in the '60s before the idea of integrated architecture was mainstream. the designers want to get away from the layout, the square wall look will be replaced when all the paperwork is sorted out. the indications point to the
renovation of the safeway that has stood on this corner for 40 years. the planning commission has to give the okay on the deal but artist renderings are posted around the store. the gas station would be the spot for restaurants. the plan calls for smaller shops and restaurants to be on the ground level and the grocery store would take up the second floor. the traditional grocery store parking lot would go away and shoppers would park their cars underground. a garage would be built to accommodate 170 cars and would have entranced on both sides of the store. but as the saying goes, you can't please everyone. some play the new plan will change the walkability of the neighborhood. but designers say it will make it safer. public comment will be taken at city hall on the 20th. new tonight at 11:00, the santa clara city council will give joe montana 18 months to
submit a development proposal. the new exclusivenegotiating agreement is for land. they are interested in leasing two city-owned plots. the major investment would include a hotel, restaurant and sports bar. the city mayor says the deal is good for santa clara. >> it's important to know that the city never sells their land. we would be leasing our land. this is a piece of the property that the city would continue to own, and receive other sales benefits. it's a good fit for santa clara, it's what we envisioned for this property. >> montana will have a year and a half to create and submit a proposal to the city. if the council does not see a proposal that they like, they will accept offers from other bidders. fog once again the big story into tomorrow. tomorrow, dense fog to start the day. drizzle not only close to the coastline but in our inland
valleys. into the noon hour, patchy fog on bay shores and it will be pretty dense along the coast. 4:00 hour, breezy and cool temperatures, temperatures closing to the 70s. a look at fog for tomorrow morning as you head out the door, widespread fog through the north bay area, it's everywhere you go. and again, we could see drizzle as far as away as livermore and as far north as napa. as we head into the later morning hours, the fog will start to scale back but still hovering over the east bay, and the peninsula. by the early afternoon back to san francisco and brushing upon the east bay shores also over at the peninsula. later afternoon hours, pushing back to afternoon. temperatures for tomorrow afternoon remain on the cool side for this time of year, 74 in santa rosa, 59 in san francisco, 66 in valejo. it's going to remain breezy.
60s and low 70s for our bay shores, 70 degrees on the dot in livermore. look at your extended forecast, the cool, foggy weather staying with us through friday and even into saturday before we finally start to see a warmup into the latter half of the weekend. the warming trend will continue into next week, temperatures reaching the low 90s. tuition hikes for cal state students. the cal state university committee approved a 12% tuition increase for this fall. that's on top of a previously approved 10% hike across the 23 campus system. in-state students will pay almost $600 more per year. university administrators say the increase is necessary because the new state budget reduces funding for csu by more than 20%. well, middle school students in san francisco scared off in an iron chef style cooking competition today. the two teams made coconut shrimp and shrimp jambalaya,
it's not too well done? nope. but it is a job well done. what are you reading, sweetie? her diary. when you're done, i'd love some feedback. sure. your mom and i read that thing cover-to-cover. loved it. thanks. would you mind if i cut the lawn this weekend? only if you let me talk to your mother on the phone for hours on end. done.
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right now, the frontrenner for american league mvp. it's 1-0 american league. but with one swing of the bat. prince fielder became the mvp. there it is, three-run job, nationals lead 3-1. let's give it some of the local flavor. sandoval came in as a replacement at 3rd base. his only at-bat delivers the goods. down the left field line, hunter prince is going to score and that's all the nationals needed and some. sandoval, one at-bat, a ringing double, how about gio gonzalez, the as' lone representative, struck out jay bruce to end the 8th inning, and then brian wilson, a couple of runners on, comes in the 9th, and gets the final two outs of the game. lincecum, you do wonder why couldn't he throw one or two batters? they didn't want to overuse lincecum for the regular season, bochy calling all the shots. so lincecum and vogelsong don't
pitch, neither does cain but bochy all the right moves and there's fielder, the mvp of a 5- 1 national league win. >> i thought curtis running it down, it made me nervous because he was at full speed. so i knew if it wasn't a homer, i better get to second. >> you're in a one-run ballgame and you get a three-run homer, it does a lot for the players, the pitchers, it takes a lot of pressure off them. and especially when you're being shut out. >> third all-star game. does it ever get old? >> no, it doesn't and you have immaculate hair right now, get a shot of that. >> he had a picture of himself on both of his shoes. brian wilson getting some attention and doing the job. the regular season resumes on thursday. the giants will be in san diego. cooper native fired as the nba
coach in minnesota. you can fire a guy but to stretch it out to almost three months from the end of the timberwolves regular season, 31- 32 will get you fired. espn's reporting that don nelson has been talked to by somebody in minnesota. don has retired 19 times and he would like to come back and make it 20. it's the tour de france, vokeler wearing the yellow jersey, a race to the finish, gripal recorded his fourth tour victory. he won the 98-mile stage in three hours, 31 minutes, and 21 second. and that's new tiger woods comic book, it's going to be 32 pages and if you are extremely lonely, read about tiger and somebody making fun of him.
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