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WCBI NEWS AT TEN - June 10, 2019

New developments out of oxford involving a former police officer who is facing a murder charge.

Thanks for joing us tonight..

Attorney carlos moore filed a notice on behalf of the family of dominque clayton seeking more than 5 million dollars in damages from the city in connection with her death.

Clayton was found dead in her home n may 19th.

Our quentin smith joins us live in studio with the latest details.

Quentin..

What are they suing the city for?

Scott, attorney carlos moore says they're suing the city for wrongful death and negligence..

The notice lays out what the firm believes led up to clayton's death... allegedly at the hands of former oxford police officer matthew kinne... nat the clayton family's attorney carlos moore stands behind his words when saying the city is responsible for the death of dominique clayton... he believes her murder was premeditated... "my investigation reveale that matthew kinne was on the clock when he killed ms.clayton, he used his own city issued weapon, he used a city cruiser and he was in uniform when he did it.

We believe he acted under color of the law" in the demand letter... moore says then oxford police officer matthew kinne would routinely visit clayton prior to her death.

"we believe that th supervisors had to have known this man was missing between two and three hours several nights a week while he went to have conjugal visits with ms. clayton.

We believe those officers were complicit to her to death."

The notice also states that before she died.... clayton thought she was pregnant by officer kinne.

Moore says so far that hasn't been proven.

However he does say clayton and the former officer were involved romantically for two years.

Which he believes likely could've been a motive behind the killing.

"that's speculation, that's on possible motive .

Another possible motive is a fatal attraction.

Some of our friends have told me that she wanted to leave matthew kinne and he did not want her to leave, he want to her to remain in a relationship with him, and some people when they have a fatal attraction if they cannot have you they'd rather have you dead."

Kinne is currently behind bars in panola county charged with first-degree murder.

However, moore and family now want to see those charges upgraded.

" we believe what he did wa callous, we believe it was cold blooded murder.

We believe he broke into the house and committed the crime, so anytime there is two felonies that's capital murder."

The city of oxford now has 90 days to respond to the notice..

If not..

Moore says a lawsuit will be filed... the mayor's office tells us they have no comment on the matter..

Starkville police are investigating a shooting incident at mckee park tonight.

The police department tweeted that it is looking for a blue nissan altima occupied by two black males.

Officers responded to a report of a shooting at 6:02 p.m.

When they arrived, the suspects were gone.

A male victim was taken to the hospital for a gunshot wound.

The department said there is no active threat to the public if you see the vehicle, you are asked to call starkville police department or golden triangle crime stoppers.

A traffic stop leads to the arrest of a cedar bluff teenager.

19-year-old levi williams was pulled over by a clay county k-9 unit on highway 50 over the weekend.

Deputies charged williams with possession of cocaine.

He's bond is set at 25-hundred dollars.

A man who pled guilty to a 2016 child sex crime will serve 30 years in prison and faces deportation.

34-year-old luis enrique acosta- escobar, who was in the u.s. illegally, is charged with forcing sexual intercourse on a child under 14.

Today, acosta- escobar was sentenced to 40 years in prison with 10 years suspended.

He will be required to register as a sex offender and faces deportation after his sentence.

First look stinger first look monday night: clear and comfortable with temperatures dipping back into the 50s in most spots.

Winds relax into 5-10 mph range.

Tuesday: low humidity, northerly breezes between 5- 15 mph, and fair skies are going to combine for a great day of weather all around the deep south.

Below average highs in the lower 80s are on track.

Some spots may even stay in the upper 70s.

Enjoy!

Mississippians with disabilities now have an empowering new program available to help save money.

The mississippi able program is helping cut through some of the red tape.

Courtney ann jackson introduces us to some of the families finding a financial freedom they never thought they'd see.

Can you have too much in savings?

Mississippians with disabilities could---for years.

If their savings exceed 2,000 dollars--they could lose their public benefits.

"it handcuffed you and no the state of mississippi and mdrs has given us wings."

The wings antonio wright's describing are through the able program.

Giving the ability to build the savings total up to 15-thousand each year with a maximum balance of 235-thousand.

"to me this betters our stat because individually we can go out and better our homes."

Lauren compere says no matter if you grew up in a family that told you to shoot for the stars---the law put a limit on that.

"these strict limits reall over time, i believe, have discouraged us from being entrepreneur, from being ceos and from being highly successful businessmen and women."

Mandy rogers and her son ben were the first in the state to set up an account.

The savings can be used for qualified disability expenses.

"save for his future for lik when paul and i aren't here to take care of him.

He can get hearing aids, repairs on his house, maintenance on his house.

Things that he needs that he can have access to without having to go to court like through a special needs trust fund."

Lilly lape also created an account with her dad.

A day he didn't think would be possible.

"we kind of did a 90/10 to wher we're doing investment plus checking.

So, we're setting up for her future so that way when she's old enough to have a checking account, she'll have money already in there that she can start spending on.

Our goal is that she'll be able to live independently."

And that's the ultimate goal here---giving those with disabilities a financial independence.

Courtney ann jackson, wcbi news take new at 10 stinger a group of youngsters will spend this week learning how to diffuse potential conflicts, and defend themselves, if necessary.

It's all part of summertime camps at tupelo's police athletic league.

Wcbi's allie martin has more.

For the first self defense class of the week nats students are learning the basics nats tupelo's police athletic league hosts camps throughout the summer.

The self defense class teaches simple techniques that can be used by anyone.

Instructors say the classes help build self esteem and also encourage children to have a gameplan in any situation.

"we want to avoid the conflict the goal is to avoid the conflict."

But that is not always possible, so pal director jason smith wants his students to be able to defend themselves, get away and find an adult.

"if you are just defendin yourself, and trying to get other people involved to help diffuse the situation, you will come out a lot better than continuing the fight and beat somebody up, a lot better."

Stanudp bridge it is a self defense class, but so much more is taught.

Valuable life lessons such as character and respect.

"how to have self control o self, respect for what they are doing and when they have conflict, they will know what to do and how to handle it."

Students say they have already learned a lot.

"how to protect myself an defend myself from others who try and come at me."

"if somebody hits you ca dodge it, so you won't get hurt."

Pal camps run through july.

In tupelo for a list of the pal camps, go to the tupelo police athletic league's facebook page stinger wx open monday night: clear and comfortable with temperatures dipping back into the 50s in most spots.

Winds relax into 5-10 mph range.

Tuesday: low humidity, northerly breezes between 5- 15 mph, and fair skies are going to combine for a great day of weather all around the deep south.

Below average highs in the lower 80s are on track.

Some spots may even stay in the upper 70s.

Enjoy!

Tuesday night: mostly clear weather hangs on along with comfortable conditions.

Look for lows mainly in the 50s again.

Wednesday: southerly winds return to the area which in turn should boost highs back into the mid 80s.

Skies stay partly cloudy.

There is a slight chance of a stray shower or storm during the evening/night with another cold front heading into the region but rain chances appear low at this time.

Thursday-friday: lots of sunshine and relatively low humidity briefly take hold, although it will be a touch more uncomfortable by friday afternoon.

Plan on highs in the 80s.

Comfy lows in the 50s to around 60 are likely thursday morning and friday morning.

Weekend: seasonably warm/hot and humid weather builds back in and that means highs mainly in the upper 80s to around 90 along with daily chances of pop-up showers and storms. it won't rain the entire weekend but you'll need to have umbrellas on hand just in case a downpour or two finds you.

We're keeping the chance of rain at 20% on saturday and 30-40% sunday into monday.

Follow @wcbiweather on facebook,twitter, and instagram into the 50s in most spots.

Winds relax into 5-10 mph range.

Tuesday: low humidity, northerly breezes between 5- 15 mph, and fair skies are going to combine for a great day of weather all around the deep south.

Below average highs in the lower 80s are on track.

Some spots may even stay in the upper 70s.

Enjoy!

Tuesday night: mostly clear weather hangs on along with comfortable conditions.

Look for lows mainly in the 50s again.

Wednesday: southerly winds return to the area which in turn should boost highs back into the mid 80s.

Skies stay partly cloudy.

There is a slight chance of a stray shower or storm during the evening/night with another cold front heading into the the rebels need the rubber match to go from fayetteville to omaha..

Would they get it?

We have a live report later in sports... keeping your kids healthy and safe is a parents top priority.

Tonight we discuss when an emergency is urgent enough to take them to the e-r in our health talk with baptist.

Hi.

I'm dr pam sykes, a pediatrician at baptist memorial hospital-golden triangle.

One of the most common questions i get from parents is "when do i need t take my child to the emergency room?"

We need to remember that er stands for emergency room which means it is for life or death emergencies.

This includes health concerns that cannot wait till the morning when a patient could see their regular pediatrician.

The definition of an emergency can be subdivided by age and tonight we will discuss recommendations for infants younger than 2 months old.

An infant younger than 2 months old should be taken to the er if they have: a fever greater than 100.4 taken rectally.

For a baby younger than 2 months old fever is a significant finding that frequently requires admission to a hospital.

Difficulty breathing.

Breathing hard, fast, wheezing or labored is an emergency that should be evaluated immediately.

Vomiting which could cause dehydration.

I frequently remind my patients that er doctors are trained for life and death emergencies and are not trained for routine infant/child care.

A runny nose, cough, cold, congestion, constipation, pink eye&amp;these are all symptoms that are not generally life threatening and are best managed by your child's regular physician.

Join us next time for health talk with baptist when we will discuss, "whe do i need to take my infant/child to the er if they are older than 2 months old."

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Ole miss one win away from punching its first ticket to omaha since 2014 a day where history could be made for mississippi...havin g the rebels and bulldogs in the college world series for the first time ever together...the razorbacks standing in the way calling the hogs in fayetteville...win ner takes all game three in the first 1 out 1 on.

Cole zabowski at bat.

Drives one to right field for a single.

Ryen olenek advances to 3rd base.

Next batter, cooper johnson hits one up the gut to center field.

That will score a run giving the rebs an early 1-0 lead in the first bottom 2nd, 2 on 1 out, gunnar hoglund pitching to casey opitz who hits one to shallow right center field for an rbi single.

Arkansas ties the game up at 1 a piece.

Same inning, runners on the corners, jacob nesbit ropes one down the 3rd base line for an rbi double.

Hogs take a 2-1 lead and that's just the beginning.

Trevor ezell at bat and he sees a ball he likes and knocks it to right field.

That'll score 2 razorbacks.

Arkansas goes up 4-1 and they go onto dominate this matchup.

Rebs fall one game short of making it to the college world series..arkansa s dominates game three, 14-1 ashley fullerton >> crystal chris paul i in arkansas on this finish is their season here arkansas beats than 14 until one ... remembered for finishing.

For playing well in hoover, playing super last week in home and just coming up a game short."

"we went through period where we were just really dominate.

We went through periods where it looked like we never picked up a baseball.

But overall just proud of where we are right now."

"these guys have grown int my best friends and people that i'll continue to have relationships with for the rest of my life.

I couldn't have asked to be a part of something so great."

It wouldn't surprise me if we were back at the next sharedthe bulldogs remain perfect in the postseason..sw eeping its regional, and adding a super regional sweep to 2019 dudy noble field was electric...living up to the expectations..al most 25,000 attending the two super regional games... dustin skelton saying stanford was in awe of the atmosphere "i talked to the shortstop, an he said, man, our regional, we had a sold out crowd of 23- hundred or 28-hundred or whatever it was.

I said you're in front of 13-thousand right now, how does it feel.

He was like, man, it's unlike anywhere else."

"i can't even talk to m coaches.

I mean, it is so loud, and they are so into it and so knowledgeable about the game.

I told john after the game, what an unbelievable place to play.

I was never here at the old ball park but this new one is speical."




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