Water in gas

Hi everyone, this is Paul Cameron in the WBTV Newsroom. Tonight at 11:00, a WBTV News exclusive. Reporter Coleen Harry spoke with Casey Parsons about her missing adoptive daughter Erica. July 30th marks one year since Jaime Parsons reported no one had heard from Erica in 18 months previous. Casey insists Erica is still alive, but authorities insist she hasn't been truthful. See what you think at 11:00.

Have you heard about the "grandparent scam"? The BBB just sent a warning last week, but it was too late for one Charlotte area grandmother, who answered a phone call from who she thought was her grandson. He said, "grandma, I'm in jail and need money," then handed the phone to a man who claimed to be his attorney. Of course, the grandmother complied and bought $3,000 worth of green cards to send the caller. It's a scam you should warn your elderly loved ones about.

US intelligence officials tonight say they have circumstantial evidence showing Russia provided the weapons to the separatist rebels, enabling them to shoot down Malaysia Airlines flight 17. They say the weapon likely came from this base in Southwestern Russia.

We're getting more and more complaints from drivers who bought gas from one particular gas station in Charlotte. That station was found to have 6 inches of water in its high octane tank. A woman we broke the store with says her Mercedes engine was damaged and she doesn't feel she should pay for the gas station's mistake.

Please join Molly Grantham, Eric Thomas, Delano Little and me for WBTV News at 11:00 tonight!