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Coming up on News 7-
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Marcus Vick is at a crossroads. Tech says he has one semester to get his act together. Dozens of police officers converged on a Roanoke neighborhood but not because anyone had broken the law. And Police in Salt Lake City say they have a confession in the case of a missing woman.
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News 7 is next.
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((Make no mistake. If you do not do what I told you to do in this order and you get into any other trouble, I'm going to put you in jail.))
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Marcus Vick is suspended from Tech, and from driving. And judge says things will get tougher if Vick gets into any more trouble.
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Now it's up to Marcus Vick.
If he stays clean he'll be welcomed back at Tech this winter. But one more run-in with the law could mean bye-bye Blacksburg and hello, jail cell. Meghan Muldoon begins our coverage from the New Kent County Courthouse.
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A short time before Vick entered the courtroom east of Richmond, Virginia Tech announced it was suspending him from campus for the Fall semester, a suspension Vick says he fully accepts.
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Some speculated it came because the football team takes the field tomorrow to begin practice, but university officials say it's because of findings from the school's judicial referal committee.
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((JIM WEAVER, VT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: WE'VE DEALT WITH IT IN SUCH A FASHION THAT WE THINK MARCUS UNDERSTANDS WHAT HIS ROLE IS, AS A RESULT OF SOME OF HIS ACTIONS IN RECENT MONTHS. WE FEEL HE HAS THE OPPORTUNITY TO RIGHT THE SHIP BACK TO VIRGINIA TECH AND CLEAR HIS NAME AND HIS FAMILY'S NAME- WHICH IS WHAT HE WANTS TO DO.))
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The finding stems from Vick's conviction on three-misdemeanor charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Marcus Vick will have to successfully complete a formal drug education and counseling program before he can return to Tech.
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In other news, as Hurricane Alex continues moving north, residents of North Carolina's Outer Banks are glad to see it head out.
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The storm made a stronger-than-expected appearance along the coast today, bringing wind gusts above 100 miles per hour, as well as floods and blackouts. While it left some 10,000 people in the dark, the category two storm is also credited with ending vacations for many others.
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((DAVID MALCOLM/VISITOR; THE RAIN AND THE THUNDER THE LIGHTNING IT WAS EXCITING TO SEE IT BUT AT THE SAME TIME IT'S TOUGH BEING ON THE OUTER BANKS LIKE THIS FOR US.))
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Alex continues to move rapidly away from the coast and out to sea.
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A Lynchburg man is the prime suspect in the investigation into a series of burglaries over the past several weeks.

Eight churches and businesses in the Campbell Avenue area have been broken into. The items stolen include tools, microwave ovens, computers and a large t-v.
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[TAKE IRBY FS]
31-year-old Shawn Wesley Irby is in jail for parole violation and drug charges ... police say charges related to the burglaries are pending.
Anyone who may have received property from Irby is asked to call the Lynchburg police.
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[Night-Out]


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All across America tonight, residents are taking back their neighborhoods. It's all of part what is called National Night Out.
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And as Justin McLeod found out the event took on extra significance in one Roanoke neighborhood. Justin, how so?
Shannon, like a lot of neighborhoods old Southwest has seen its share of crime.
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Lately, prostitution has been a problem and residents say they've had enough.
So tonight, the Roanoke Police Department unveiled a new plan to take a bite out of crime.
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With a little music and plenty of food, residents in Old Southwest celebrated National Night Out.
It is an event that promotes efforts to fight crime in neighborhoods.
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((KETITA STANLEY/RESIDENT: I'M GLAD THE COMMUNITY IS FINALLY GETTING TOGETHER PUTTING SOMETHING TOGETHER NICE. I'M GLAD EVERYBODY CAME OUT.))
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Well, not everybody.
The event attracted more police officers than it did nearby residents.
Even so, organizers call it a success.
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((LT. JAMES FAZIO/ROANOKE POLICE DEPT.: WE WANT TO REDUCE THE FEAR IN THE COMMUNITY. WE WANT THE PEOPLE IN THE COMMUNITIES TO BE COMFORTABLE WITH US AND COMMUNICATE WITH US.))
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There's been plenty of communication lately among residents here along Day Avenue.
There's been a new neighborhood watch group that's been around since May and they're already seeing results.
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((KEVIN EARL/OLD SW PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE: LAST THURSDAY OR IT MAY HAVE BEEN WEDNESDAY THEY MADE ELEVEN ARRESTS PROSTITUTION RELATED ARRESTS.))
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Police made those arrests after numerous complaints from neighbors.
Residents tell us the area also has problems with drugs and alcohol.
Our cameras for example happened to be rolling when a man was arrested for being drunk in public.
Roanoke Police say one way to solve the problems is to reorganize the department.
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((LT. JAMES FAZIO/ROANOKE POLICE DEPT.: WHEN WE GO TO THIS GEOGRAPHICAL POLICING THE SAME OFFICERS WILL BE WORKING THE SAME AREAS WILL BE POLICING THE SAME PEOPLE ALL THE TIME SO THEY CAN BE COMFORTABLE WITH THE GOOD AND THE BAD AND THOSE AREAS AND BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY THE BAD PROBLEMS AND THEN FIX THOSE PROBLEMS.))
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Geographic Policing will divide the city into four zones.
Each one will have its own commander and officers who concentrate on problems in that area.
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But Shannon, police point out their biggest assets our tips from the community.
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Police say they have a confession and helpful surveillance tape in the Lori Hacking case. The latest is just ahead.
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[VO-NAT]


And a lawsuit goes after Ford for building 15 passenger vans, and Enterprise for renting them.
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(( Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as DeAngelo ends his holdout and finally practices with the Falcons. Bryan Randall takes about taking the high road as a leader. Hidden Valley gets the Friday Football Extra shout out tonight. Plus, Bill Parcells better watch his back - tonight on the Big 7.))

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Police in Salt Lake City say Mark Hacking confessed to killing his wife.
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That information was released today along with a surveillance tape that shows Hacking buying cigarettes in a convenience store the same morning he reported his wife, Lori, missing. The confession was reportedly made to an unidentified civilian while Hacking was being held in a psychiatric ward.
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((DAVID YOCOM / SALT LAKE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY: MARK HACKING TOLD THIS RELIABLE CITIZEN WITNESS THAT HE KILLED LORI WHILE SHE WAS ASLEEP IN BED AND DISPOSED OF HER BODY IN A DUMPSTER.))
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The document also says investigators found human blood on a knife and other places in the couple's bedroom and that the blood matched some found in Lori Hacking's car. Lori Hacking's body has yet to be found. Mark Hacking is being held without bail on suspicion of aggravated murder.
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The case against an Army Reservist accused of abusing prisoners in an Iraqi prison is unfolding in a North Carolina courtroom.
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Defense lawyers say the prosecution is only presenting half the story against Private First Class Lynndie England. In a hearing at Ft. Bragg that started today military investigators described how they started their probe of abuse at Abu Ghraib (grayb) prison after receiving a computer disk full of shocking photos. They said England told them prisoners were ordered to partake in demeaning activities - quote - just for fun. But the defense says England was ordered to participate in what was an official strategy of using nudity to coerce prisoners.
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The hearing will determine whether the pregnant England will face a full court-martial. If convicted she'll face up to 38 years in prison.
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A lawsuit filed in California today targets Ford and Enterprise Rent-A-Car. At issue is an accident in March of last year involving a 15-seat Econoline van. Five people were killed, nine injured. Manuel Gallegus reports.
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A love triangle murder case goes to court. Still ahead, the woman in the middle is on the stand.
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[VO-NAT]

And we don't see Rusty or Little E at the wheel, but there's some serious racing here -- on lawn mowers.
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The case of a Danville man charged with killing his girlfriend will now be forwarded to a grand jury.
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Stanley Tate is charged with murdering Charmane Davis, who was found dead inside his Franklin County home in May.
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Investigators believe Davis caught him with another woman. Today, during a preliminary hearing, the "other woman," LaChrisa (Luh-Chris-suh) Robertson, testified that Tate shot Davis because he thought she was an intruder. Tate is already awaiting sentencing in Danville on drug charges.
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The case of a body found below a bridge last night appears to be a suicide.
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A preliminary investigation indicates that 62-year-old Ronald Wayne Carter jumped to his death from the Roanoke River Bridge. Police and rescue squads were called to the overlook, but Carter was pronounced dead at the scene.
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[Triplett]


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The Ninth District Congressional race has sparked a debate over debates.
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Today in Roanoke County, Republican Kevin Triplett said one is not enough.
He renewed his call for a SERIES of joint appearances with Democratic incumbent Rick Boucher.
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((KEVIN TRIPLETT/(R) 9TH DISTRICT CANDIDATE: ONE DEBATE IN A DISTRICT THIS SIZE IS NOT FAIR. IT'S NOT ENOUGH AND IT'S NOT WHAT WE NEED TO TAKE TO THE PEOPLE.))
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Boucher says he has a tradition of participating in one debate during each campaign, and plans to accept an invitation from WDBJ-7 for a televised debate in mid-October.
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In a telephone interview this afternoon, Boucher said Congress probably won't recess until mid-October, and that a full slate of joint appearances in every county of the district is simply "unrealistic."

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A rare flower at Virginia Tech could make its big stink as soon as tomorrow.
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The A-titanum (ty-TAN-um) flower is nicknamed the corpse plant, so you can imagine what it smells like. They bloom very rarely, but when they do, they create a dreadful odor. Nonetheless, it's always a big draw when they do, and the Tech greenhouse is open for visitors through Friday from eight until four.
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DeAngelo checks into camp in Hot-Lanta - Fitzgerald arrives in Arizona, and Parcells hits the deck in California, plus Randall talks about leading by example. But first tonight's Extra Point -
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The D-Rays' Johnny Damon wannabee couldn't stop the Red Sox tonight in St. Pete. Jason Veritek hit this two run homer and Curt Schilling fired a complete game six hitter as the Red Sox beat the D-rays 5-to-2. Now here's tonight's scoreboard.
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Class, character and respect are also words being thrown around at tonight's Friday Football Extra preseason stopping point.
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Hidden Valley is in its third year as a high school, and this season Former Friday Football Extra star J.R. Edwards takes over the team in his first job as a head coach. One of the main things Edwards brought to the team immediately was a new style of discipline.
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J.R. played at William Byrd and coached there as an assistant. And as luck would have it his game as a head coach will be against his alma mater and his mentor - Jeff Highfill.
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Tomorrow night we'll head over to Northside and check in with Jim Hickam now in his 30th season as head coach of the Vikings.
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If Marcus Vick is lucky enough to ever fill out one of those player profiles - you can bet he will not write in Tuesday when asked "What's your favorite day of the week?"
Vick's tornadic Tuesday included a court date in New Kent County, a $300 fine, the suspension of his license, drug counseling, and the suspension from Tech both athletically and academically.

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All of this transpired a day before the Hokies start practice, and for the players who are still around - the end of this chapter in the Vick soap opera was much needed.

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Through all of this Vick mess - quarterback Bryan Randall has handled himself with unbelievable class - refusing to seize the chance to shoot down his main competition.
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Beamer issued a paragraph long statement concerning Marcus Vick yesterday in which he said he agreed with the action taken by the University and pledged his support to Marcus and his family to get his life in order. Beamer said Vick is young man with a good heart, who has made some poor decisions, but still has an opportunity to have a bright future.

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Former Hokie DeAngelo Hall has finally made it to training camp.
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The Falcons' top draft pick grabbed his franchise record $13 million dollar signing bonus and then immediately hit the field. Hall is not only expected to start at defensive back, but also return punts and with his multi-million dollar deal - he also will be picking up a lot of tabs.
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Finally, we end the training camp news at the Cowboys' camp out in Oxnard, California where head coach Bill Parcells found you can turn your back - especially on your own players.

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During yesterday afternoon's practice tight end Jason Witten from Tennessee - the brother of former Hokie Shaun Witten - plowed into the back of Parcells in the back of the endzone and knocked him down. No correlation to this - but - just three days ago Parcells called Witten a pretty boy.
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Watch out for the weapons of *grass* destruction.
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((Go! Whistle blows.))
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Believe what you are seeing-It is a *lawnmower* race. 35 teams went out for 12 straight hours over the weekend in Pulborough, England. Buggy, mini-tractors and traditional mowers are included, and to ensure safety, all the blades are removed. This race is said to be the most prestigious of the Lawnmower racing season.
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