Guilty on all counts

Hi everyone, this is Paul Cameron in the WBTV Newsroom where the former Sheriff of Chesterfield County was found guilty on all counts tonight.  Sam Parker will spend the next two years in jail after his conviction for misconduct in office and embezzlement. It took the jury only 5 hours to reach their verdict.

A lawsuit over closed-door city meetings to discuss renovations to Bank of America Stadium was tossed out. Former WBTV Reporter Ken Koontz was livid after the judge's decision. Koontz and three other former journalists filed suit after they claimed the city went behind closed doors to talk about raising taxes. You'll want to hear what Koontz had to say about the judge.

A man walks through Walmart in Tega Cay naked. He was charged with disorderly conduct after telling police he remembers waking up in his truck naked, so he went in the department store to buy clothes.

On my weekly Crime Stoppers tonight, a rare restroom robbery. Two men follow another into the men's room at a fast food restaurant, stick a gun in his back and take his cash and cell phone. Restrooms are one of the few places where surveillance cameras are absent.

This sounds like science fiction, but it's actually a medical breakthrough. Specialized glasses that allow doctors to see cancer cells in patients.  We'll explain how it works.

Eric Thomas is tweaking his Easter weekend forecast, so please join Eric, Molly Grantham, Delano Little and me for Charlotte number one choice for news at 11:00 tonight!