Unmarked police car stolen from a shop while undergoing repairs
ROADS. COMING UP. OK, JACQUELINE, THANK YOU. AT LEAST FIVE PEOPLE DEAD IN FLORIDA AFTER NICOLE MADE LANDFALL EARLY THURSDAY. NICOLE BROKE FLORIDA AS A HURRICANE FROM WEAKNESS INTO A TROPICAL STORM AND THEN A TROPICAL DEPRESSION. EVENING FLORIDA GOVERNOR RON DESANTIS REVIEWS THE DAMAGE NICOLE DUE. Emergency road repairs are taking place. THE WATCH AND MANY NEIGHBORHOODS OUT THERE. 22,000 LINEMEN ON THE GROUND WORK TO RESTORE POWER. THE DAMAGES IN FLORIDA WILL BE PUT UNPRECEDENTED. THE STRONG WINDS HAD NOT AS MUCH AS ONCE FEARED, BUT THE STORM SURGE AND SUBSEQUENT BEACH EROSION HAD DEVARATED MANY BEACHFRONT PROPERTIES AND SOME SEAWALLS WASHED AWAY DURING HURRICANE IAN GAVE DURING THE COLD. BACK IN WINSTON-SALEM, POLICE CONTINUE TO INVESTIGATE A SHOT THAT LEAD TO A CAR CRASH. THIS HAPPENED ON THURSDAY NIGHT. THE ARDMORE NEIGHBORHOOD AT THE CROSSROADS OF HAWTHORNE ROAD AND EBERT. LOUIE TRAN TALKS TO A NEIGHBOR WHO HAS HEARD EVERYTHING AND NOW GUARDS HIMSELF. YES IT WAS ON MY COMPUTER AND THEN I HEARD POW, POW, POW, POW, POW, BANG, BANG, POW, POW. THIS IS THE SOUND BERT BARNS HEARD IN HIS HOME LAST NIGHT. I THOUGHT SOMETHING WILL EXPLODE IN MY NEIGHBOR’S HOUSE IN EGBERTSTRASSE. Police say a suspect in a car started shooting at another driver. Officials say the victim tried to flee and another vehicle crashed on Hawthorne Road. BROKEN PLASTIC AND GLASS LIE ON THE SIDEWALK. BARNES SAYS TWO CARS COLLIDE RIGHT IN FRONT OF HIS NEIGHBOR HOUSE HAS AT LEAST OR FIVE BULLET HOLES IN EVERYTHING. THE WINDOWS HAD BEEN IMPOSED. A BULLET HIT BARNES HOUSE ALSO SO ALL THIS PLASTER AND STUFF ON THE FLOOR AND SAYING I DON’T REMEMBER THIS. AND THEN LOOK UP AND YOU SEE A HOLE IN YOUR WALL. NOW BARNES SAYS EVERYBODY IN THE TWIN CITY HAS TO WATCH OUT OF EACH OTHER. IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, LET ME KNOW. AND THAT WAS LOUIE TRAN. POLICE SAY THE SHOOTING OVEN DID NOT CAUSE DEATH TO INJURY. THE DRIVER OF THE SECOND VEHICLE INVOLVED IN THE ACCIDENT HAD MINOR INJURY. AND NOW FOR AN UPDATE ABOUT THE YOUTH SUSPECTED IN THE RECENT MASS SHOOTING OUT OF THE RALEIGH POLICE POLICE, TELL OUR NEWS PARTNER WRAL AL THAT 15 YEAR OLD AUSTIN THOMPSON HAS BEEN TRANSFERRED FROM A RALEIGH HOSPITAL TO A YOUTH FACILITY . THOMPSON IS SUSPECTED OF SHOOTING SEVEN PEOPLE ON OCTOBER 13. FIVE OF THE VICTIMS DIED. THE SUSPECT WAS TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL THAT NIGHT WITH INJURIES, INCLUDING A GUNTOONE TO THE HEAD. THE PROSECUTOR PLANS TO APPLY THOMPSON, AS AN ADULT RELATED TO THE MAKER OF NEWPORT MENTAL CIGARETS AND POPULAR VAPING PRODUCTS, A CURRENT, VOTER-BACKED BAN ON FLAVORED TOBACCO. RJ REYNOLDS WILL FILE A FEDERAL ACTION THIS WEEK, A DAY AFTER CALIFORNIA VOTERS PASSED PROPOSAL ONE THAT LINKS THE STATE TO THE SALE OF FLAVORED TOBACCO. ACCORDING TO COURT DOCUMENTS, THE WINSTON-SALEM COMPANY NOW DECLARES THAT THE STATE LAW IS VOID. IT DISCRIMINATES AND ATTEMPTS TO REGULATE OUTSIDE STATE COMPANIES AND WHAT THEY CAN OR MAKE. CALIFORNIA IS THE SECOND STATE, AFTER MASSACHUSETTS, TO BANN ALL FLAVORED TOBACCO. ALSO THE SALE OF MENTHOL CIGARETTES WOULD BE PROHIBITED. You’ve probably noticed that a trip to the grocery store gets even more expensive. ACCORDING TO THE BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS, FOOD WAS 6/10 PERCENT MORE EXPENSIVE IN THE MONTH OF OCTOBER COMPARED TO SEPTEMBER. IS A SLOWER THAN EARLIER YEAR, BUT IT STILL ADDS TO THOSE ALREADY AWARDED. EXTREME HEAT, DROUGHT AND THE KILLING BIRD HAVE VIOLATED HARVESTS AND IMPACTED TURKEY EGG SUPPLIES. HERE, ALSO, HIGHER ENERGY COSTS COME INTO PLAY, WHICH AFFECT FERTILIZER AND TRANSPORT COSTS. ACCORDING TO A NEW STUDY. Grandparents raising grandchildren are twice as likely to struggle with food insecurity. NONPROFIT GENERATION UNITED REPORTS THAT THE PROBLEM IS HIGHER IN RURAL COMMUNITIES IN THE SOUTH WHERE ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE FOOD IS LESS LIKELY. THE REPORT CALLS ON LEGISLATORS TO MAKE AID PROGRAMS SUCH AS QUICK, QUICK AND FREE SCHOOL MEALS MORE AVAILABLE. LOCAL HELP FOR IS AVAILABLE THROUGH COUNTY AGENCIES SUCH AS SENIOR SERVICES OF GUILFORD. CALL 3363336981 FOR HELP WITH FOOD TRANSPORTATION AND MORE. LOOKING FOR LATER THIS MORNING, A FOOD COLLECTION RIDE ORGANIZED BY A CHURCH WILL FINISH TODAY. EVENT BEGINS ON THE 1ST OF THE MONTH AT HARMONY GROVE METHODIST CHURCH. THE PASTOR SAYS THAT FOOD SECURITY IS AN RUNNING ISSUE IN THE COMMUNITY AND THAT PARTNERSHIP WITH THE SECOND HARVEST FOOD BANK IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO MEET THIS NEED. TODAY EVERY DAY CHALLENGE. TOO MANY HUNGRY LIVE IN OUR CHURCHES. YOU KNOW WE THINK TIMES ARE GETTING BETTER AND THERE ARE MANY THINGS GOING UP POSITIVELY BUT PEOPLE ARE STILL GETTING HUNGRY AND WE HAVE TO MAKE SURE WE DO EVERYTHING WE CAN TO ENSURE PEOPLE GET GOOD MEALS . HARMONY GROVE UMC ACCEPTES FOOD AND MONEY. YOU CAN BRING BY TIME TODAY UNTIL 1:00 PM THIS AFTERNOON. THE GOAL IS TO RAISE AT LEAST $1,000 AND COLLECT AS MUCH FOOD AS POSSIBLE. CHURCH LOCATED ON STIERS FERRY ROAD, LEWISVILLE PEOPLE ACROSS THE COUNTRY HERE IN THE PIEDMONT TRIAD HAD TAKEN TIME TO HONOR MEMBERS OF THE MILITARY WHO HAVE SERVED OUR NATION AND THIS INCLUDING HIGH POINT UNIVERSITY, HP HAS ITS 12TH DAY. ANNUAL VETERANS DAY CELEBRATES. MORE THAN A THOUSAND PEOPLE PARTICIPATED IN THE PROGRAM. A COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST, A PATRIOTIC SALUTE AND NUMEROUS GUEST SPEAKERS. A $40,000 DONATION WAS ALSO MADE TO OPERATION CARE. THIS FOR KNOWLEDGE, RESULTS AND EMPOWERMENT. THE FUNDS WILL GO FOR TWO PERFORMANCE CHAIRS, which will be given to veterans to help them regain their independence. AN 89-YEAR-OLD’S LONG ROAD TO RECOGNITION AS A VETERAN IS FINALLY OVER, THANKS TO THE VETERANS LEGAL CLINIC AT WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY. CHRIS HAS THE STORY. I HAVE BEEN LIBERATED FROM A BURDEN THAT I CARRIED FOR 70 YEARS. JAMES BROWN JOINS THE ARMY ON JULY 12, 1950, ONLY DAYS AFTER THE KOREAN WAR BEGAN. MY MILITARY SERVICE WAS HONORABLE AT THE BEGINNING. HE SERVED FRONTLINE IN ONE OF THE FEW RACIALLY INTEGRATED UNITS AT THE TIME. ON JUNE 22, 1952 HE WAS WOUNDED ON A PATROL. SHRAPNEL SHREDD AN ARM AND LEG. Brown was hospitalized for 57 days and then sent back to his unit. AFTER SEVERAL MONTHS, BROWN HAD A DISPUTES WITH HIS platoon commander, WHICH RAISED CONCERNS THAT HE PUTTING THE LIVES OF HIS SOLDIERS AT RISK. BROWN DECIDED TO TAKE THESE CONCERNS TO THE COMPANY COMMANDER AT. THE TIME WHICH THIS INCIDENT OCCURRED. I FELT THAT I MAKE THE RIGHT DECISION. AT THE AGE OF 19 YEARS. IT WAS THE RIGHT DECISION TO MAKE. BROWN NEVER MADE THE COMPANY. AFTER A TRIAL IN A TENT ON THE BATTLEFIELD, HE WAS SUBJECT TO RACIAL ARREST AND LATER BEHIND THE COURT. Brown was dishonorably discharged and sentenced to five years in prison. BROWN HAS BEEN TRYING TO ERASE HIS NAME SINCE HIS RELEASE, WHICH PARTLY BY RACISM MADE THE TIME REALLY BUY. DECADES LATER, BROWN OUT TO THE VETERANS LEGAL CLINIC AT THE WAKE FOREST SCHOOL OF LAW. THE LEGAL CLINIC WORKS WITH FORMER SOLDIERS TO CORRECT INJUSTICES IN THEIR MILITARY RECORDS. I called her and asked if we could work on his case and he agreed and gave us this wonderful opportunity. ELEANOR MORALES OF THE LEGAL CLINIC WORKED UNDERSTANDING WITH STUDENTS ASHLEY WILLARD AND WILLIAM CROTTY ON BROWN’S CASE AND SENT A PETITION TO THE ARMY BOARD FOR CORRECTION OF MILITARY RECORDS. A FEW MONTHS LATER THE ARMY APPROVED THE PETITION AND ALSO RESTORED BROWN’S STATUS. HIS PURPLE HEART. I AM VERY HAPPY TO SIT TODAY BEFORE YOU KNOW THAT MY COUNTRY RECOGNIZED ME AT WINSTON-SALEM AND EARNED ME AND HONORED ME OVERDUE. I AM CHRIS PETERSON WXII II 12 NEWS AND BROWN WILL OFFICIALLY RECEIVE HIS PURPLE HEART AND COMBAT INFANTRY BADGE AT HALFTIME TOTONIGHT.
Unmarked police car stolen from a shop while undergoing repairs
Check out Saturday’s headlines. High Point Police have found an unmarked police car after officers reported it stolen around 5:18 a.m. Saturday, unmarked but fitted with flashing lights and a siren. Police said there were no weapons in the vehicle. It was later found around 1:40 p.m
Check out Saturday’s headlines.
High Point Police found an unmarked police car around 5:18 a.m. Saturday after officers reported it stolen.
Officials said the black SUV was at an outside dealership for repairs on the 700 block of South Main Street.
The vehicle was unmarked, but fitted with flashing lights and a siren.
According to police, there were no weapons in the vehicle.
It was later found around 1:40 p.m