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the use of force was not objectively reasonable. it says the 4 officers who were on scene tactically responded poorly and violated the police department's de escalation policies in light of those factors. the review says, quote, the chances of a non threatening or evet capitulated movement by mister monterrosa being misperceived as a deadly threat. we're greatly increased its frustrating when you know the truth and you have to put you have to. >> continue to scream at the top of your lungs to be heard. sean monterrosa's sisters consider the review of victory pointing to its assertion that the officers involved misinterpreted monterrosa's actions that night as aggression. >> failed to turn their body cameras on in a timely manner and that all of the officers mistakenly thought monterrosa was armed with a gun. instead it's been determined he had a hammer. we know shot he was
surrendering. he knew that when the county law enforcement that, you know, we shouldn't pose any threat to them 18 months ago. the report says officers responding to the looting call at walgreens saw monterossa running towards a car that was leaving and eventually left without him and rammed into a patrol vehicle. that's when the officers say monterrosa moved toward them and as he kneeled on the ground appeared to draw a weapon. the report now says it was the officers who closed the distance and misjudge monterrosa as a threat. it would have been nice to hear the disciplinary actions that we're going to be released with the before family were still pushing for the fine conviction. >> for the attorney general's office to bring charges forward with investigation being done. the attorney general's investigation remains open. the monterrosa's are also still pursuing a civil lawsuit in this case phillipe djegal all kron 4 news.
>> now to national news prosecutors have charged the parents of that 15 year-old ethan crumbley who is accused of shooting and killing 4 students in injuring 7 others at his high school in michigan this week. today, james and jennifer crumbley, the parents were charged with 4 counts each of involuntary manslaughter. you see them upper right. investigators say james crumbley had recently per purchase the semiautomatic gun used in tuesday's shooting and that both parents were negligent despite a warning from teachers. >> november. 21st 21 a teacher at the oxford high school observed ethan crumbley searching ammunition on his cell phone during class and reported the same to school officials. jennifer crumbley was contacted via voicemail by school personnel regarding that sons inappropriate internet search school personnel indicate they follow that voicemail up with an e-mail but received no response from either parent. thereafter. jennifer crumbley exchange text messages about the incident with her son on
that day. staying, quote, i'm not mad at you. you have to learn not to get caught end quote. >> prosecutor also said on the day of the shooting. a teacher found a drawing of a semiautomatic handgun pointing at the words help me. probably as parents were called in to school just a few hours before that deadly shooting. you think crumbly has been charged as an adult with 2 dozen crimes including murder attempted murder and terrorism. it is rare to charge parents in the school shootings. but this case as many different elements indeed it theresa has more. >> and how experts believe the prosecutor is sending a message about gun ownership. >> and what i think the da is saying here is that we need to send a message to this community and to the rest of the country that you need to take responsibility for these firearms under these
circumstances. >> legal expert steve clarke addressing the announcement friday that the parents of ethan crumbley shown here, james and jennifer crumley face involuntary manslaughter charges. clark says the facts stood out for the prosecutor in michigan to act swiftly out what i think was telling in this case is that the parents were on notice of their sons. >> issues involving. >> mental health. they had known ethan had access to his father's firearm. in fact, he was present when his dad purchased the firearm 4 days earlier and it was the timeline here that i think the da said that we need to file charges in this case is gross negligence. clark says while some may feel charges may be unwarranted. >> he adds this. i think some people may feel like it's piling on the parents. but at the same time, the message is very clear here. you need to be responsible. and i think this is trying to prevent further school shootings when
people should not have access to these firearms. and as a parent or someone in position of trust. you need to control the access to the firearm. >> and he says the school's administration could be facing consequences. >> as when he was in the principal's office 2 hours earlier with his backpack and they were apprised of these photographs. these pictures that he drawn. why didn't they search the backpack. i i think there's other fingers to be pointed here. theresa kron 4 news a colorado man charged with killing 10 people at a supermarket earlier this year has been found. >> mentally incompetent to stand trial. lawyers for awad a we alyssa requested the 22 year-old be sent to the state mental hospital for treatment. he's accused of opening fire in a busy supermarket in boulder back in march. authorities say he killed a police officer shoppers and several store employees. if psychiatric treatment works, he could eventually stand trial. i switch. you get up
here for a moment. we're going to look at our 4 zone forecast says give you a live look outside of the golden gate bridge and here's chief meteorologist lawrence karnow, as we say, cheers to the weekend. lawrence. yeah. get those jackets out, guys. we've got some much cooler weather on the way in might need that umbrella to changes are in the air. >> fell to today as the low clouds and fog surge on shore. lee took a long time to break up in some places, never did that kept temperatures running cool outside. that fog is already in place now it's going to stay there overnight tonight to see and hug him. much of the california coastline continue to see that on shore. wind. and as that wind blows on shore that carries with it. more low clouds and fog may be in some drizzle along the coastline overnight tonight temperatures much cooler than they have remember, just a couple days ago we're talking about record breaking heat in the 70's. now we're in the 50's you've got that damp cool air overhead tomorrow. high pressure going to strengthen a little bit. but i still think we see a lot
of fog in the morning. i think some partial clearing in the afternoon. that is going to keep those temperatures on the cool side highs tomorrow. again, 50's coast side. it will be very cool there with not much in the way of clearing lot of 50's. a few low 60's inside the bay slightly warmer inland pattern changes as we get toward monday, though, a slight chance of some showers mainly to the north. then another chance by the following thursday. all right, lawrence despite disappointing jobs report. president biden is maintaining in. >> optimistic tone about the u.s. economy. economists had predicted about a half million new jobs would be added in november instead, we saw less than half of that. well, the number is much lower than expected. the president had a positive tone when speaking about the overall economy. >> we'd only leading economy in the world for household income and the economy as a whole are stronger than they were before the pandemic that our economy is markedly stronger than it was a year ago and today the incredible news that our unemployment
rate has fallen to 4.2%. >> the president also says wages are up by about 10% of the transportation and warehouse industries and by 13% workers in hotels and restaurants. he says that combined with tax credits to families. many americans are better off today than before he took office even after accounting for rising inflation. >> all right. still to come tonight we have drinking water that is because of the drought way. one county's water may be tasting little bit different. >> plus how a couple in the north bay. they're helping out families who can't afford a christmas tree this year. their stories coming up.
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if you take asthma medicines, don't change or stop them without talking to your doctor. ask your doctor about dupixent. >> during the height of the pandemic. a north bay family formed a nonprofit to give away christmas trees for people who just can't afford one. yeah. nice gesture lasts a year. parents, jesse and tory crowder from sonoma county. they just started the they decided to start this tradition when they started, they gave way fewer than a dozen trees. but this year they plan on giving away about a 1000 trees with the help of volunteers. the nonprofit operation christmas tree is fully decorating. the trees making them available for delivery within the county. >> people are home more than ever. >> we just felt like, you
know, we were so happy when you put up our tree and you want everybody else to feel that way and we didn't want anyone to go without just because they couldn't afford it. so yeah, we're just you know, we love christmas and we want. i know. and and we want to, you know, really share what christmas is all about. and that is about giving. >> so if you would like to apply for a free tree. we have a link on our website at kron 4 dot com. still to come tonight all eyes are all the warriors hosting the hottest basketball team in the league. >> kind of get some revenge kylen mills we'll have a tive report from chase center. previewing the suns warriors previewing the suns warriors rematch tonight. the classic hollywood story. we meet the hero, the all-new nissan frontier hero faces seemingly impossible challenge. tension builds... the plot twist
>> big game tonight. how will they respond. the warriors have their biggest test of the young season been kind of exciting dubbed looking for a little revenge when they host the phoenix suns who have won 18. straight games they did beat the warriors on tuesday. kron 4 sports reporter kylen mills live for us to chase center with the latest pic. i want. >> hey guys, 2 of the hottest teams in the nba meet here at chase center tonight. this is going to be a fun matchup. the warriors looking for redemption in this game. both teams are 18 3. the words are coming off a loss to the suns on tuesday night golden state said they just didn't take care of the ball head coach
steve kerr was unhappy the team had 22 turnovers and only forced 12. he said all season long. you have to take care of the ball order to win games. that's what he expects from his team tonight. however you have to give the suns credit. they were able to shut down steph curry in that game on tuesday curry had his worst shooting performance of his career going for 21 from the floor. several warriors players said after the game they need to do a better job of setting screens spacing the floor and getting curry open looks like players put in the work at practice yesterday. they said they're ready for the big stage tonight. >> think it's good for us because phoenix defended us better than anybody stuff in it and slow year. you know, we we able to experience their defense up related. now we can make some adjustments. you know, see how we fare tonight and obviously same things for so it's i think it's kind of fun.
>> phoenix suns star devin booker's not expected to play tonight due to a left hamstring strain. he suffered in tuesday night's game against the warriors. however, the suns are able to find success without him in the 2nd half of that game through center deandre ayton ayton had 24 points in that game. golden state's defense needs to respond and shut him down in this one tonight, tipoff here set for 7 o'clock chase center for now we're live kylen mills kron 4 sports island should be exciting. >> other news now. bay area music icon carlos santana is recovering from what they're calling a successful heart procedure in a video message. the grammy-winning musician says last weekend he experienced an issue with his chest had to be taken to the hospital where the 74 year-old underwent a quote, unscheduled heart procedure. santana has canceled his shows in las vegas until the end of the year to recover. his team says he's doing fantastic and is expected to resume performances next month. >> a warning tonight for people in marin county. your
water, least of them are in water district says it is the drinking water may smell and taste. a little different. officials say that it's in response to the drought. they had to change their water sources in order to manage the water supply. so the water has been described as tasting or smelling musty or first thing water says that the water is still safe for you to drink. all right. hopefully we can. >> good mother nature to replenish those reservoirs. so the water smells more like water as we take a live look out here. the bay bridge toll plaza all backed up highland was that shakes big warriors game tonight. perhaps some people there heading across the bridge to watch the dup's. yeah. why not? why not? you want to be inside. that's for sure. i mean, it's cold. what a snapback. we from those very warm temperatures outside. now we're getting back. >> for we should be much cooler. got to do is get that rain going will start feeling good to get out there tonight. you got a lot of clouds over san francisco in a good part of the bay area today. the
temperatures move those record breaking temperatures. we had just a couple days ago they are long gone below the average now in the san francisco 5656 for a high in oakland 58 in san jose 55 degrees and live more 57 in concord at 55 degrees in santa rosa high pressure overhead along the west coast. you know what every ridge you've got to have a trough. and guess what? >> they've got. one happens to be over hawaii right now. and guess what, they've got blizzard warnings up there on a k a model on the big island there. they could see upwards of a foot of snow across some of the peaks. of course, those mountain tops upwards of 13 almost 14,000 feet. so those are big time mountains out there. you could be skiing up on the during the day and back down and enjoying nice palm trees and ice rink out there. the beach as you head in toward the afternoon. back in the bay area. we've got the low clouds and fog that have moved back on boy, they just ate socked in all day long and kept those temperatures very, very cool. i think tomorrow
going to also cool, but we may see an earlier break in some of those clouds by tomorrow afternoon. still stepping outside grab your jacket. it's cool. it's got that damped feel to it. got 54 degrees in san francisco. only 51 in timber on a 53 degrees in the napa valley. so tonight skies will stay. mostly cloudy with low clouds and fog tomorrow. cloudy morning. i some partial clearing by the afternoon and then on sunday morning clouds. but a little more sunshine later in the day and maybe slightly warmer temperatures. so you can see that low off the coastline why that's bringing them the stormy weather right now jet stream is staying to the north and begin to weaken a little bit. this ridge of high pressure going to retrograde. that going to pull back away from the coastline as it does, that's eventually going start to allow these storm systems to roll over the top of that. you see right here in the long range forecast. we've got the weekend looking good. here comes one of those storms just kind of a lot. but over the top of that ridge, not the best case near to get much in the way of rain, just a slight chance of showers on monday. another chance of showers,
though, on thursday and some much colder air going to be rolling into the bay area come thursday and friday and then here you go. i think the long-range forecast now started look very bullish toward rain as we enter specially in toward the middle and the 2nd half of december. so keep your fingers crossed hope that all comes together temperatures tomorrow are going to stay down plan on highs only in the 50's and maybe a couple of 60's all right, lawrence, coming up next, what one san francisco brewery is doing to get in the holiday spirit.
>> this holiday season. lot of people looking for tasty ways to celebrate. sure. there's there's the old fashioned with me. it's going to be available. but what about some local craft beer. what about it? so tonight on dine and dish. i'm gonna take us for a taste of a craft brewery. it's based in the bay area. the famous cherry valley square san francisco brewing co. >> to hear beer aficionados josh levy talk about beer. you think it was fine wines. what i'm drinking right here came directly out of one of those tank that app. the never sees oxygen until it actually hits your josh and his brother aaron, love all things beer. >> homebrew or turn pro room with my after graduating from harvard at the west chico state. i taught him everything he knows and are bringing it to their craft brewery and restaurant in historic era. delhi square here in san
francisco. brewing. co beer comes in flights with a wide range of flavor profiles on. so we're doing a lot of light beer. so your we have a lot of light bloggers, mexican lager. we have a >> sports fans line up to cheer on their team while downing all manner of beer, there's a beer garden ping pong. >> you can even hit the self-serve beer wall to self poor using high tech just one >> well, i have to work on with my boss. bear to complement the beverage like fish tacos chicken salad and gore may like taking pizza and beer and not. >> bring it to a whole new level. and for holiday toast. their brewing up a christmas bowling spice. imperial stout. >> age dinner, rum, head brewmaster justin educates on how to get the most out of hops and similar to roasting coffee this would be a light roast. >> and this could be a dark roast if you want to do more
than imbibe. you can always take the tour are just ask either levy brother about their favorite beverage in. you'll be sure to get a mouthful. and was here training at the heart of the coast. lot of beer. that's a funny line, right. is a good line. and chico is where one of the companies that kind of. >> got the craft beer movement off the ground. sierra nevada, right. age and to nevada slogan we're 100% family owned operated and argued over so 100%. that's kind of cute. yeah, that's really cute. and i hope they do well that's but they're good at least is a great spot and you take the kids to not for beer drinking know for the pink. the pink the food's not bad either for its good. i did great ip a slog and he and their slogan is beer speaks people mumble haha, i don't know what it means i guess, you know, couple of years to i'm glad we satisfied the this dine and dish. if there's a lot of them
out. there are a lot of there's a lot of them in here. cheers to the weekend. yes. >> all right. so here's to that. thank you so much. you up. here's what's coming up during kron 4 news at 6 o'clock tonight, a major retail theft bust right here in the bay area over 8 million dollars in goods. >> that was found. it was all stolen and now several people are under arrest and kevin nishita's family is speaking out for the first time since he was shot and killed in oakland. >> while protecting one of our colleagues, their plea to help find justice for kevin. i'm
>> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching kron 4 news at 6. was a big part of this family. was our king. >> our protector for free fun. all right. by sir. he was our everything. >> now it's 6. kevin, the shooter's family shares their memories of the former security guard and retired police officer lost his life while protecting one of us. good evening. thanks for joining us for kron 4 news at 6. i'm ken wayne. i'm justine waldman in for pam moore tonight. we're now approaching one week since kevin staff. >> he died last saturday after being shot in downtown oakland just one day before thanksgiving. and at that time he was protecting one of our reporters who was working on a story in oakland. it's his widow and son and daughter, all of them telling us toda