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23ABC News at 5 p.m. | Top Stories for January 17, 2020

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23ABC News at 5 p.m. | Top Stories for January 17, 2020

NEWS AT FIVE -- I'M JESSICAHARRINGTON.TONIGHT'S TOP STORIES..NEW DETAILS IN THE MURDER CASEIN GOLDEN HILLS...23ABC OBTAINING COURT DOCUMENTSREVEALING THATTHE MAN SUSPECTED OF KILLING HISMOTHER -- MADESUICIDAL STATEMENTS BEFORE THEINCIDENTUNFOLDED...AND -- A LOCAL MEXICANRESTAURANREACHING OUT TOTHE COMMUNITY -- AFTER A WOMANSTOLE A TIP JAR -- OWNERS SAYINGTHE MONEY IN THE JAR WAS BEINGUSED TO HELP AN EMPLOYEEBATTLING CANCER...ALLISON??23ABC NEWS AT 5 STARTS RIGHTNOW...NEW COURT DOCUMENTS ARE SHEDDINGLIGHT ON THEINVESTIGATION OF A TEHACHAPIWOMAN WHO WAS KILLEDEARLIER THIS MONTH BY HER SON.23ABC'S LEZLA GOODEN JOINS USLIVE FROM THE SUPERIOR COURTWITH THE INFORMATION WE OBTAINEDTODAY ...YES THE COURT DOCUMENTS STATEGUADALUPE'S SONHAD BEEN SUICIDAL DAYS BEFOREHER DEATH PLUS APOSSIBLE REASON FOR MADISON TOBE DRIVING IN THE DIRECTION OFLASVEGAS NEVADA55 YEAR OLD GUADALUPE ADAMSLIVED HERE OFF OFQUAIL SPRINGS ROAD WITH HER SONMADISON ADAMS IN TEHACHAPI.

ONJANUARY 8TH, GUADALUPE WASFOUND DEAD INTHE CITY OF BAKERSFIELD HASANNOUNCED THAT THE CITY COUNCILHAS NAMED CHRISTIAN CLEGG AS ITSNEXT CITY MANAGER...CLEGG WAS SELECTED FROM A POOLOF CANDIDATESPROVIDED BY RECRUITER ROBERTSCONSULTINGGROUP, INC.

HE BRINGS 14 YEARSOF EXPERIENCE WORKING INLOCAL GOVERNMENT, INCLUDING THEPAST FIVE YEARSAS THE DEPUTY CITY MANAGER OFSTOCKTON, CALIFORNIA.CLEGG SAYING IN A STATEMENT --THAT HE IS VERY EXCITED FOR THEOPPORTUNITY TO SERVE THE CITY OFBAKERSFIELD.HE WILL RECEIVE A BASE SALARY OFNEARLY 240-THOUSANDDOLLARS A YEAR AND A LUMP SUM OFUP TO FIVE-THOUSANDDOLLARS FOR RELOCATION TOBAKERSFIELD -- DEPENDENT UPONTHE RECEIPTS FOR HIS MOVE.CLEGG SUCCEEDS ALAN TANDY, WHORETIRED ONJANUARY 10TH AFTER SERVING INTHE ROLE FOR 27 YEARS.CLEGG IS EXPECTED TO JOIN THECITY OF BAKERSFIELD ONMONDAY, MARCH SECOND.CITY ATTORNEY VIRGINIA GENNAROWILL SERVE AS INTERIMCITY MANAGER UNTIL THAT DATE.NOW TO A CRIME ALERT OUT OFNORTHWEST BAKERSFIELD -- ALOCAL RESTAURANT REACHING OUT TOTHE COMMUNITYFOR HELP IN FINDING THE WOMANSUSPECT SHOWN ON VIDEOSTEALING THEIR EMPLOYEE TIPJAR...SENOR PEPE'S MEXICAN CANTINAPOSTING ON SOCIAL MEDIAPICTURES AND SURVEILLANCE VIDEO-- SHOWING A WOMAN COME INAND AT SOME POINT STEAL THE TIPJAR.THE RESTAURANT'S OWNERS TELLING23 ABC THAT THETHEFT HAPPENED THIS MORNING ANDTHAT THE TIP JAR WAS BEINGUSED AS A SPECIAL COLLECTION FORONE OF THEIREMPLOYEES WHO WAS RECENTLYDIAGNOSED WITH CANCER..."THE WHOLE CAUSE IS ITS ADONAITON JAR.ONE OF OUR EMPLOYEES OF OVER 10YEARS HAS LATE STAGE CANCER.

HASBEEN DOING CHEMOTHEREAPY.

SOANOTHER EMPLOYEE STARTED ADONATIONJAR."SENOR PEPE'S OWNERS HAVE FILED APOLICE REPORT ANDBAKERSFIELD POLICE HAVECONFIRMED THAT THEY RECEIVED IT-- ANYONE WHO MAY KNOW WHO THISWOMAN IS -- IS ASKED TO CALLPOLICE AT 3-2-7 -- 71--11.NEW DEVELOPMENTS CONCERNING ALOCAL WOMANWHO DIED DURING CHILD BIRTH ATMEMORIAL HOSPITAL EARLIERTHIS MONTH...THE ORGANIZATION CALLED"CONSUMERWATCHDOG" IS WORKING WITH THEFAMILY OF SABRINA DE LAROSA TO HOLD A CAR WASH THISSATURDAY TO RAISE MONEY FORHER FUNERAL EXPENSES.DE LA ROSA DIED AFTER RECEIVINGTWO DOSES OF FENTANYL WHILEIN LABOR AT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ONJANUARY 9TH.ACCORDING TO DE LA ROSA'S FAMILYTHE NURSE INFORMED THEMTHAT HER O-B-G-Y-N, DOCTOR JASONHELLIWELL, APPROVED PAINMEDICATION THAT WAS ADMINISTEREDTO DE LA ROSA.23ABC HAS PREVIOUSLY REPORTEDTHAT HELLIWELL ISFACING 32 FELONY CHARGES FORMAKING FALSE CLAIMS FORHEALTH BENEFITS.THE CALIFORNIA MEDICAL BOARDCURRENTLY HAS HELLIWELL ONPROBATION FOR GROSS NEGLIGENCEAND SEXUALMISCONDUCT.HELLIWELL'S NEXT COURTAPPEARANCE FOR THE FELONYCHARGES IS ON FEBRUARY 26TH.THE CAR WASH IS HAPPENING THISSATURDAY, FROM NINE A-M UNTILONE P-M AT THE FREEDOM HOUSE --WHICH IS LOCATED AT 527NILES STREET.MONETARY DONAITONS ARE ALSOBEING ACCEPTED AT THEMISSION FUNERAL HOME AT 531CALIFORNIA AVENUE.NEW DETAILS TONIGHT -- AT LEASTONE PERSON HAS DIEDAND ANOTHER WAS SERIOUSLYINJURED TODAY IN AN AVALANCHE ATA SKI RESORT NEAR LAKE TAHOE...OFFICIALS ENDING A SEARCH THISAFTERNOON, SAYING THEY DONOT BELIEVE THERE WERE ANY MOREVICTIMS.THE AVALANCHE OCCURRED AFTER ASTORM PASSED THROUGH THEAREA THURSDAY, DUMPING LARGEAMOUNTS OF SNOW AT SQUAWVALLEY-ALPINE MEADOWS, A SKIRESORT IN THE LAKE TAHOE AREA.THE RESORT SAID THE AVALANCHEWAS REPORTED SHORTLY AFTER 10A.M.

IN AN OPEN AREA OF THERESORT.ONE MALE SKIER DIED AND A SECONDMALE SKIER SUSTAINEDSEVERE LOWER BODY-INJURIES ANDWAS TAKEN TO A HOSPITAL.THE SIERRA AVALANCHE CENTER HADWARNED OFDANGEROUS AVALANCHE CONDITIONSFOR ALL ELEVATIONS.ITS WEBSITE THAT THERE WAS "AHIGH DEGREE OF UNCERTAINTY INREGARDS TO SNOWPACK INSTABILITYNEAR AND BELOWTREELINE."ACCORDING TO THE NATIONALWEATHER SERVICE -- THESTORM DUMPED UP TO 25 INCHESSNOW AT THE TOP OF THE RESORT.THEY SAID ABOUT 1 TO 2 FEET OFSNOW FELL IN THE SURROUNDINGMOUNTAINS OVER A 24-HOUR PERIOD.KERN COUNTY IS SEEING MUCHCALMER CONDTIONS THAN LAST NIGHTWHEN A WINTER STORM SWEPTTHROUGH THE REGION.

WEARE FEELING COOLER TEMPERATURESTODAY WITH GOODAIR QUALITY.AS WE HEAD INTO THE WEEKEND, WEARE TRACKING THE CHANCE FORVALLEY FOG EACH MORNING THROUGHMONDAY.

THERE ISA DENSE FOG ADVISORY IMPACTINGTHE VALLEY BEGININGAT MIDNIGHT UNTIL NOON ONSATURDAY.

VISIBILITY COULDBE AS LOW AS 200 FEET IN SOMELOCATIONS.

TEMPERATURESWILL BE WARMING EACH DAY THISWEEKEND AS WELL.

THERE IS ACHANCE FOR A STRATUS DECK TOOCCUR.

THIS MEANS THAT THEFOG WOULD LIFT AND GET STUCKOVER THE VALLEY, INHIBITINGSUNLIGHT TO ENTER, WHICH WOULDKEEP TEMPERATURESCOOLER THAN EXPECTED.

THIS ISSOMETHING WE WILL BE MONITORINGOVER THE WEEKEND.MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY WILLBE CLOUDY BUT WARM FOR ANYEVENTS THAT YOU HAVE PLANNED.BY NEXT TUESDAY WE ARE TRACKINGOUR NEXT STORM PUSHING THROUGHTHE REGION.

AS OF NOW, IT LOOKSLIKE THE BEST CHANCE FORRAIN/SNOW WILL BE TUESDAYEVENING INTO WEDNEDAY MORNING.MODELS ARE STILL IN DISAGREEMENTSO WE WILL BE WATCHING TO SEEJUST HOW MUCH PRECIPITATION WECOULD RECEIVE.KERN COUNTY, ALONG WITH DOZENSOF PARTICIPATINGAREAS -INCLUDING THE CITY OFBAKERSFIELD - IS UPDATING ITSMULTI-JURISDICTION HAZARDMITIGATION PLANAND NEEDS YOUR HELP...ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS SIMPLYPARTICIPATE IN A SHORT ONLINESURVEY AND BY DOING SO -- YOUCOULD BE ENTERED TO WIN A150-DOLLAR VOUCHER FOR STIHLTOOL OF YOUR CHOICE...THE COUNTY'S HAZARD MITIGATIONPLAN, PROVIDES AFORMAL EXPLANATION OF HAZARDSWITHIN THE COUNTY ANDHOW HAZARDS MAY AFFECTCOMMUNITIES DIFFERENTLY.MOST IMPORTANTLY, THIS PLANNINGEFFORT COULDRESULT IN SAVED LIVES, REDUCEDINJURIES, REDUCEDPROPERTY DAMAGE, AND PROTECTIONFOR THEENVIRONMENT IN THE EVENT OF ANATURAL HAZARD WITHIN THECOUNTY.THE CITY OF BAKERSFIELD IN THEPAST HAS BENEFITTED FROMPARTICIPATION IN THIS PLAN,RECEIVING FUNDING FORPROJECTS THAT HELP LIMIT THEIMPACT OF NATURALDISASTER EVENTS SUCH ASFLOODING, FIRES, EARTHQUAKESAND DROUGHT..."BASICALLY, WHAT THIS SURVEYDOES IS ITWILL IDENTIFY RISKS THAT EXISTIN THE COUNTY AND CITY, SO WECAN PLAN FOR ANYTHING THAT MIGHTHAPPEN WITH THOSE.

SO, WE CANHAVE RESOURCES,PERSONNEL, AND EQUIPMENT READYIN THE EVENT OF A NATURALDISASTER."ANYONE WHO COMPLETES THE SURVEYBY MARCH 31ST, WILL BE ENTEREDINTO A DRAWING FOR A CHANCE TOSURVEY BY MARCH 31ST, WILL BEENTERED INTO A DRAWING FOR ACHANCE TO WIN A VARIETY OFDONATED PRIZES.THIS SHORT SURVEY WILL HELP THECOUNTY ANDPARTICIPATING JURISDICTIONSPRIORITIZE ACTIONS ANDESTABLISH INCENTIVES FORMITIGATING HAZARDS NEARYOUR HOME.WE HAVE A LINK TO THE SURVEYAVAILABLE NOW ON OUR WEBSITE-- TURN TO 23 DOT COM.CALIFORNIA INCREASED ITS EFFORTSTODAY TO KEEP THEFEDERAL GOVERNMENT FROM ALLOWINGOIL AND GASDRILLING ON MORE THAN 1 MILLIONACRES OF PUBLIC LAND --SUING TO BLOCK THE TRUMPADMINISTRATION FROM ISSUINGNEW PERMITS IN THE CENTRAL PARTOF THE STATE...THE FEDERAL LAWSUIT AGAINST THEU.S. BUREAU OF LANDMANAGEMENT FOLLOWS A NEW STATELAW ALSO INTENDED TOCOUNTER THE TRUMPADMINISTRATION'S PLANS TOINCREASE OIL AND GAS PRODUCTIONON PROTECTED PUBLIC LAND.CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY GENERALXAVIER BECERRA SUED ONBEHALF OF GOVERNOR GAVINNEWSOM'S ADMINISTRATION --SAYING THE PERMITS WOULD ALLOWTHE CONTROVERSIALEXTRACTION METHOD CALLEDHYDRAULIC FRACTURING,COMMONLY CALLED FRACKING.

THESUIT FILED IN FEDERAL COURT INLOS ANGELES CONTENDS THATTHE GOVERNMENT'S ENVIRONMENTALREVIEW DID NOTADEQUATELY EVALUATE HARMFULEFFECTS ONCOMMUNITIES IN FRESNO, KERN,KINGS, MADERA, SAN LUIS OBISPO,SANTA BARBARA, TULARE, ANDVENTURA COUNTIES, ANDREQUESTS THAT THE COURT SETASIDE THE DECISION.BECERRA SAID -- QUOTE -- "THERISKS TO BOTH PEOPLE AND THEENVIRONMENT ASSOCIATED WITHFRACKING ARE SIMPLY TOO HIGHTO IGNORE." - -END QUOTEMEANWHILE LOCAL ASSEMBLYMANVINCE FONGRESPONDED TO BECERRA'SANNOUNCEMENT TO TAKE LEGALACTION AGAINST THE FEDERALGOVERNMENT TODAY SAYING INPART -- QUOTE:"IT IS UNFORTUNATE THAT THERESEEMS TO BEMORE FOCUS ON MAKING POLITICALSTATEMENTS INSTEAD OFHELPING CALIFORNIANS GETAFFORDABLE AND RELIABLEENERGY.""PRODUCING ENERGY IN CALIFORNIABY CALIFORNIANSWOULD REDUCE OUR DEPENDENCE ONFOREIGN OIL, STRENGTHEN OURECONOMY, CREATE JOBS, AND BETTERPOWER OUR STATE." -- ENDQUOTE.TO READ THE FULL STATEMENT HEADTO OUR WEBSITE -- TURNTO 23 DOT COM.THE IMPEACHMENT TRIAL OFPRESIDENT TRUMPIS UNDERWAY IN THE SENATE..

WITHTHE TRIAL EXPECTED TOBEGIN ON TUESDAY AT THECONFRONTATION OVER WHETHERANY WITNESSES WILL BE CALLED ISLIKELY TO TAKE CENTER STAGE.THE 100 U-S SENATORS -- FOR ONLYTHE THIRD TIME IN AMERICANHISTORY -- ARE NOW OFFICIALLYJURORS.THEY WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FORREVIEWING THE EVIDENCE -- ANDTO CONSIDER THE CHARGES AGAINSTTHE PRESIDENT.HE IS ACCUSED OF ABUSE OF POWERAND OBSTRUCTINGCONGRESS.THE BIGGEST QUESTIONS THAT STILLREMAIN INVOLVEWITNESSES AND EVIDENCE -- ANDWHAT WILL BE PRESENTED.SENATE MINORITY LEADER CHUCKSCHUMER SAYS HE PLANS TO FORCE AVOTE ON WITNESSES ONCE THE TRIALKICKS OFF TUESDAY.THE PRESIDENT'S LEGAL TEAM WILLNOW INCLUDE HARVARD LAWPROFESSOR ALAN DERSHOWITZ ANDKEN STARR..

WHO LED THEWHITEWATER INVESTIGATION OFPRESIDENT BILL CLINTON.COMING UP --HOW A DEVICE THAT MONITORS YOURPHYSICAL ACTIVITY ANDSLEEP HABITS -- COULD HELPPREDICT WHEN YOU MAY BEGETTING THE FLU...ALLISON???WELCOME BACK --YOUR FITBIT COULD BE DOING A LOTMORE THAN TRACKING YOUR




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