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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Just ahead on NEWS 7 at six.
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A Roanoke postal worker missing for more than a week speaks out... a day after the man she says held her captive is killed in a shoot-out with police.
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[anchor=Teresa]

And, federal investigators get involved in that fatal accident involving a Roanoke church van.


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In sports, Rain is delaying today's action at Wimbledon Stacy Compton is ready for tonight's Pepsi 400 at Daytona.

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And scores of hardcore Roanoke Express fans showed their support by buying tickets and marching in mass to the Roanoke Civic Center.
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A sunny and warm July day to start off our weekend but now we may see a turn towards wet weather starting tonight... the forecast is coming up.
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The search for Jennifer Barker comes to an end. Today - she speaks about her ordeal... after her alleged abductor's death.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Good evening. I'm Teresa Hamilton.




[Jennifer-Barker]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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It's been just over a week - since Jennifer Barker disappeared. Last night - the search led police to Franklin County - where they found Barker, the man who reportedly kidnapped her - and his teenaged son - who is now charged in her abduction.
Dewy Lee Summerlin reportedly took his own life after police cornered him.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Teresa/KATE MB;]

Kate Weidaw talked with Jennifer Barker today about what happened during the week she was missing.
[LIVE=KATE /FULL]
[SUPER=@Kate1]

Jennifer Barker says Dewy Lee Summerlin repeatedly held a gun to her neck and threatened to kill her. Over the last three years Barker says she has filed at least 7 restraining orders against Summerlin - for stalking her.
Today I sat down with Barker to talk about her experience. However - she did NOT want to show her face on camera because she is exhausted from what she calls a terrifying experience.
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((Around six in the morning on June 28-th Jennifer Barker says she had just parked at the post office on Fifth Street... when the red van pulled up. She says Dewy Lee Summerlin opened the sliding door and pulled her into the vehicle - holding a sawed off shot gun to her neck. The driver of the van was Summerlin's 15 year old son.

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((JENNIFER BARKER: WHEN WE LEFT THE POST OFFICE HE TOLD ME TO STAY DOWN HE DIDN'T WANT ME TO SEE WHERE HE WAS TAKING ME BUT WE ENDED UP AT HIS APARTMENT AND THAT'S WHERE HE DRUGGED ME.))
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Over the next few days Summerlin drove to Maine and then to North Carolina and back to Virginia. Barker says the plan was to always be on the run.

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((JENNIFER BARKER: HE SAID I WAS GOING TO SUFFER FOR ALL THE TIME HE WAS IN JAIL THAT I WAS GOING TO BE AT HIS HOLDING AND THAT I WOULD NEVER SEE ANY OF MY FAMILY OR FRIENDS AGAIN.))
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((I FINALLY PERSUADED HIM TO DRIVE BACK INTO VIRGINIA AND WE WOULD GET MARRIED BECAUSE THAT IS ALL HE BEGGED FOR HE WANTED TO OWN ME.))
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Barker says she tried several times to escape - even from this hotel in Franklin County.

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((JENNIFER BARKER: I SCREAMED AND HOLLERED HE'S GOING TO KILL ME HE'S GOING TO KILL ME WELL THEN I KNEW I WAS DEAD.))
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On Friday - Summerlin decided he needed to get rid of the green Honda police were looking for. Barker persuaded him to let her call her friend David Prillaman to switch cars with him. That's when Prillaman called police. Around 10 o'clock Lieutenant David Cunndiff with the Franklin County Sheriff's department pulled up to the Honda in the Ippy's parking lot in Rocky Mount.

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((JENNIFER BARKER: LEE SAID THE COPS ARE HERE AND I SAID PLEASE DON'T RUN I SAID PLEASE JUST SIT HERE AND LET US TRY TO TALK TO THEM PLEASE DON'T RUN. I KNEW HE WAS GOING TO KILL HIMSELF. I KNEW IT WITH OUT A SHADOW OF A DOUBT.))
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Authorities cornered Summerlin and fired two shots into his legs, then Summerlin reportedly put the gun to his head and fired the fatal shot.

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((JENNIFER BARKER: IT WASN'T OVER IN MY MIND UNTIL I HEARD THE GUN SHOT OVER ACROSS THE STREET.))
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Barker returned home last night to her 17 year old daughter - who never lost hope that her mother would be found alive.
As for Summerlin's 15 year old son, he has been charged with abduction and another charge of possessing a fireman is pending. He is currently being held at the Corner Springs Juvenile facility.
[DOUBLE BOXES=TERESA /KATE - MB;]

Teresa, Jennifer Barker says Summerlin's death ends three years of constantly looking over her shoulder.

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The National Transportation Safety Board is now investigating the church van crash that killed a Roanoke girl.
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13-year-old Jessika Lewis died this week and three other teens remain hospitalized after the accident on Route 220 in North Carolina. The Virginia Heights Baptist Church van was returning from Myrtle Beach when a tire blew and the van flipped several times. A spokesperson with the N-T-S-B says bus and student transportation is a special emphasis of the organization.
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[anchor=Teresa]
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One teen injured in the crash - Helen Vandergrift - is still listed in critical condition. Ben Wheeler of Roanoke is in serious condition. And Marella Dizdarevic of Roanoke is listed in fair condition. All three are in North Carolina hospitals.

[Missing-Man]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Lexington police want the public's help locating an Alzheimer's patient who disappeared from a nursing home this morning. Authorities say it was around 9:30 when Herman Bennett was last seen in the Mayflower home on South Main Street.
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[TAKE FS DESCRIPTION] Bennett is described as an 86 year-old white man, who carries a cane and walks with a distinct limp. [TAKE PAGE 2 FS DESCRIPTION] He was last seen wearing a green-striped shirt, tan slacks, and a tan-colored hat that says Hoboken, New Jersey.
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[anchor=Teresa]
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Bennett is also wearing a necklace that identifies him as a Mayflower resident. And again - he DOES suffer from Alzheimer's disease.
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[TAKE PHONE NUMBER FS] If you have any information on Bennett - you can call Lexington police at (540) 463 9177.
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A religious convention in Roanoke this weekend is bringing together those in the Hispanic community.
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[VO-NAT]
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Some eight- thousand Jehovah's Witnesses are gathering at the Roanoke Civic Center this weekend for a district convention. This particular convention is unique in that it's the first convention ever held in Virginia... entirely in Spanish.
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((DAVID FRITZ: THE THEME OF THIS ASSEMBLY IS TEACHING....EVERYTHING IS PRESENTED IN SPANISH. RONALD PETERSON: IT'S ALWAYS....IF AT ALL POSSIBLE.))
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Organizers say Roanoke is an ideal place because it's centrally located. They say many of those attending the convention are from Maryland, Washington D-C and North Carolina. The program wraps up tomorrow.
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Politics turns ugly in the Commonwealth... as one Virginia mayor's charged with assault and battery... The story ahead. And...
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an attorney general candidate still doesn't know if or when his Internet web address - will QUIT sending Internet surfers - right to his opponent's web site. The latest ahead.
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The man who got tempers flaring in the state attorneys general's race is considering whether to alter his web site.
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When you log onto www dot kilgore 2001 dot com you don't find information about Republican Jerry Kilgore. It turns out the web site is a link to a site about Democratic challenger, Don McEachin. Yesterday-- Kilgore lashed out at McEachin accusing him of deception. But it turns out McEachin-- who fired back at Kilgore, doesn't own the address. It's owned by a Democrat, employed by a political consulting firm in Washington, who says he's considering whether to un-do the link.
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An aide to Texas Congressman Tom DeLay says the mayor of a Virginia city assaulted him during a campaign event. The alleged altercation occurred around three weeks ago... when 26-year-old Charles Faulkner was campaigning for fellow Republican Randy Forbes. Forbes eventually won the special election to replace the late Congressman Norman Sisisky. Faulkner says Chesapeake's mayor assaulted him during the campaigning.. Details of the incident have not been released... but Mayor William E- Ward confirmed with a Norfolk newspaper that he was served with a summons yesterday. The Mayor is charged with assault and battery.

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We're going canoeing on the James - just ahead in Time Off. And...
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[VO-NAT]

if felines tickle your fancy... there are hundreds of them showing off in Roanoke this weekend. Coming up - highlights from the Star City Cat Fanciers show. Stay with us.
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If peaceful time by the water is calling your name, you might want to escape the lake and head down the river. In this week's Time Off - Shannon Young takes us canoeing down the James with Bent Creek Adventures.
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(( There are no throngs of people, no stereos, no screaming motorboats. Just the sound of the breeze and the ripple of water off your paddle. This is the allure of the James River as seen from a Bent Creek Adventures canoe.
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[IN Q=It's a clean river here...]

((It's a clean river here, see a lot of wildlife. It's shallow. The water moves a little bit. It's not real whitewater but the water moves enough that you're not just sitting in a pond with a canoe and you get to see a lot of fish and birds and eagles and things.)) [RUNS :16]
[OUT Q=birds and eagles and things.]

Inner tubes are also available for those who'd rather get wet. Trips range from 3 to 12 miles and you can take as long as you like as long as you're back by late afternoon. And, if you'd rather extend your time outdoors you can arrange to camp, with someone ELSE doing all the work...
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((You park your car in our parking lot and we load the safety equipment , paddles, lifejackets, give you a briefing and we put you in a van and take you up the river and let you float back to us. Or we put you in here and we come and get you at a certain time.)) [RUNS :14]
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The water level varies from 6-inches to about 5-feet. And because the river's slow moving Bent Creek Adventures are ideal for beginners. You'll also get a crash course in, well, crashing.
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((There's a safety briefing on how to use a canoe and how to steer and what to do if you run up on rocks and stuff so that you don't turn over or get hurt.)) [RUNS :07]
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But you MAY GET addicted... to the peace, quiet and rhythm of the river.
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((It's a fun thing to do. You'll really enjoy yourself, relax and have fun.)) [RUNS :04]
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Shannon Young, News 7, Bent Creek.))


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The Salem Fair is far more than fun and games... It's a major attraction that - this year alone - will have attracted 350-THOUSAND people.
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Now in its 14th year, it is the second largest fair in Virginia... and the largest fair on the east coast offering free admission.
Attending to the details is a full time staff of 20 and many more part-timers, with Carey Harveycutter coordinating.
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((CAREY HARVEYCUTTER/THE SALEM FAIR: I HAD A LOT OF FRIENDS IN THE INDUSTRY WHO SAID, YOU KNOW, YOU'VE GOT THE SPACE YOU OUGHT TO HAVE A FAIR AND USE THE FAIRGROUNDS. WE WERE NAIVE ENOUGH TO THINK IT DIDN'T TAKE MORE WORK TO DO A FAIR OVER TWO WEEKENDS THAN IT DOES OVER ONE, SO NOW WE HAVE AN 11-DAY EVENT.))
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To hear how a small local fair became a major regional attraction...
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[TAKE SUN AM FS] join us for this week's Virginia Profile... on News 7 Sunday Morning.
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[Cat-Fanciers]


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It was a cat lovers dream today at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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The Star City Cat Fanciers show is being held in the "Exhibition Hall" this weekend. Those taking part say turnout has been great so far with nearly 300- cats being judged. But that's not all.
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((KELLY TANNER/EXHIBITOR: AT THIS SHOW WE HAVE VENDORS WHERE YOU CAN BUY EVERYTHING IMAGINABLE FOR YOURSELF OR FOR YOUR CAT, BESIDES THE EIGHT RINGS OF JUDGING YOU CAN WATCH THEM BEING JUDGED, TALK TO THE EXHIBITORS ABOUT THEIR BREEDS.....AND THERE ARE KITTIES UP FOR SALE AND THE HUMANE SOCIETY IS OFFERING KITTIES FOR ADOPTION.))
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[OUT Q=kitties for adoption.]
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[VO-NAT 6.5 plus pad]

The show continues tomorrow at the Roanoke Civic Center Exhibition Hall... from ten in the morning until five P-M.
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And coming up in sports, Rain postponed today's action at Wimbledon the Roanoke Express hockey fans showed their support for the team today.
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[VO-NAT]


And a record day for the youngest driver in NASCAR's Craftsman truck series during a race in Kansas City today.
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Hard core hockey fans have been counting the days to the start of the 2001-2002 season since the end of last year's final game.
It's been a traumatic off season for those diehards and as Denise Allen reports a mob of them gathered in two rallies today to demonstrate their support of the team.
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About hundred Express fans made up the groups rallying in support of their team-- one outside the Roanoke franchise's office and later in the morning on a march to the RoundHouse.
Fans also put their money on the table in the form of deposits for season tickets.
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These gatherings were organized with just two days notice to the fans--after a week of speculation of who would buy the team and where the franchise would take up residence.
Friday it was announced the Express would skate at least one more season in the Round House.
These fans say just a few changes off the ice, will bring more people to the games.
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The ownership uncertainty has put Perry Florio behind in signing players. Last year at this time he had 13 under contract.
Florio says he's preparing a list of players he wants to recruit. GM Mike Doyle says Florio may be able to start bargaining with these players as early as next week.
Denise Allen News 7 Sports.))

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History was made in the Craftsman Truck series this afternoon.
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[SUPER=03-Kansas City, MO/ESPN; :]


As his parents watched from pit road.
Ricky Hendrick would lead the final laps and take the checkered flag winning the O'Reilly Auto Parts 250 in Kansas City. With the win his first, Hendrick becomes the Youngest driver to win a truck race.
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Ted Musgrave was second followed by Dennis Setzer, Jon Wood and Bill Bigley.


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Stacy Compton will start third as Dodge claimed the first 4 starting positions for tonight's Pepsi 400 at Daytona.

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[SUPER=03-Halifax Co.; :]


Compton had a super run in the Daytona 500 back in February and he and his team are anxious to use what they learned in that race in tonight's Pepsi 400.
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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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The green flag is scheduled to drop at 7-thirty tonight.


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Rain has wiped out all of today's action at Wimbledon.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Wimbledon, England/NBC SPORTS; :]


Defending champion Venus Williams will now meet Justine Henin of Belgium tomorrow to decide the women's championship.
While Tim Henman and Goran Ivanisevic will complete their semi final match tomorrow also. They are on serve in the fifth set with Ivanisevic up 3 games to 2.
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The New York Mets scored 3 in the top of the 10-th to beat the Yankees 3 to nothing.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/FOX SPORTS; :]


Joe Torre watches from the dugout as the game remained scoreless.
Then in the top of the 10-th with a runner on second Mike Piazza hits a shot to right field scoring Desi Relaford to make it 1 to nothing Mets.
[SUPER=35-N.Y. Mets/3/N.Y. Yankees/0/;]


The very next batter Timo Perez comes through with this single to left field scoring Edgar Alfonzo to make it 2 to nothing and the Mets get the 3 to nothing win.
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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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The hunt for a playoff spot takes the Roanoke Steam to Florida.
The Steam is 7 and 6 coming off a 57-52 win over Augusta last Friday at the Civic Center.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]


The good news for the Steam is Loren Johnson has recovered from a foot injury and will get playing time in the defensive backfield.
Roanoke will need him, because even though the Firecats are five and eight on the season, they are three and two in their last five games and scored closed to 60 points in each of those victories.
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Roanoke returns to the Civic Center on the 14th.
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