Hi everyone, this is Paul Cameron in the WBTV Newsroom.
In just a few minutes at 11:00-- details are few, but a gunman opened fire inside a Paramus, NJ mall tonight. A witness says they heard 6 or 7 shots which started a stampede of people out of the mall. We just saw a swat team go in. Tune to WBTV News as this story develops.
Three people arrested for what was a weekend-long murder mystery. Sherry Jo Tobeler was found near death on the side of highway 150. Today, she died from her injuries. At the same time, deputies found her missing truck, submerged in a nearby pond.
Have you ever heard of the crime of "sliding?" It's where crooks pull up to unattended cars at gas stations and quickly slide in, stealing whatever is there, then sliding out before the car owner returns. We first reported this practice in summer, now, police say there are bad guys doing it here. Our Brigida Mack is talking with CMPD.
A mother lets her son dress like a member of the KKK for Halloween. Tonight she defends her choice.
Our Carolina blue skies are beautiful, but Eric Thomas says we'll be seeing rain and much cooler mornings this week.
Please join Eric, Molly Grantham and me for WBTV News at 11:00 tonight!
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