Chase, standoff, peaceful end

Hi everyone, this is Paul Cameron in the WBTV Newsroom. We were live tonight when a man, chased by police in a stolen dump truck, crashed into a field, threatened to kill himself, then finally gave-up peacefully. That man has since been taken into custody for a mental evaluation. Reporter David Spunt will have the latest on what drove him to it.

The two American Ebola Virus victims-- one from Charlotte-- are headed to Atlanta for treatment by specialists. Nancy Writebol of Charlotte and Texas Doctor Kent Brantly were in Africa working for a relief agency, helping those who've contracted the deadly disease. Writebol's son tells us he isn't sure when his mother will return to the states. Her medical condition is serious.

At 11:00 Molly Grantham has the untold story of control and mental abuse which sometimes leads to physical punishment. The bright, pretty daughter of Charlotte's Deputy City Manager, Ron Kimble, was murdered by her abusing boyfriend two years ago in Tampa, Florida. Tonight, the Kimble's break their silence over the death of their only child.

In my weekly Crime Stoppers report tonight, remember the show about two wayward mischief-makers, "Bevis and Butthead?" We found a real-life Bevis and Butthead trying to break into a local liquor store with a plastic shopping cart. It's comical and also sad. See if you recognize these two would-be crooks.

In sports, Delano has bad news for the Panthers who will be without a starter on the defensive line for four games.

And, our rainy weather could be with us for a while.

Join Ashley Batey, Delano Little, Molly Grantham and me for WBTV News at 11:00 tonight!