Produced by Asena Basak The community of Jacksonville, N.C., home to Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, was terrorized by a serial rapist over a 14-month span beginning in 2011. Authorities believed the perpetrator was responsible for 12 sexual assaults. Five of those women were spouses of Marines. The Jacksonville Police Department took the lead in the investigation, as all of the attacks occurred off base NCIS formed a joint task force with the Jacksonville Police Department, who were able to connect the attacks. The rapist left behind few clues, and it wasn't until two victims were attacked on the same night that investigators were able to get their first major leads. A PREDATOR STRIKES Special Agent Heather Powers | NCIS: NCIS is a multi-faceted agency. Special Agent Heather Powers: If there's a crime involving a spouse or a dependent of a Navy or Marine Corps member, our job is to vigorously pursue the perpetrator … that is a big piece of what we do. …so that the … [Read more...] about “48 Hours: NCIS:” Can agents stop a ruthless attacker preying on Marine wives?
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0 Have your say A quick guide to what to do in the Portsmouth area COMEDY: Holmes and WatsonAward-winning comedy duo Max and Ivan are Holmes and Watson, in this fundraising show for Top Banana Community Circus Project.The Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, today [Thursday], 7.30pm.SPOOKY: Fort WidleyFright Night is a terrifyingly entertaining interactive walk across this atmospheric location as your hosts take you down into the unknown. Fort Widley, Portsdown Hill, tomorrow [Friday], 7.30pm & 9pm.BABIES: Stay-and-playEnjoy a stay-and-play for children up to two years old. Sessions help encourage sensory and physical play with a wide range of soft play equipment.North End Baptist Church, today 11.15am, tomorrow 12.15pm.STAND-UP: Jen BristerThere’s a rare chance to catch fast-rising comic Jen Brister, who recently appeared on the BBC’s Live at The Apolllo, in an intimate show at the latest Boutique Comedy Club.The Wave Maiden, Southsea, today, 7.30pm.MUSICAL: Boogie … [Read more...] about GOING OUT: Six great things to do in the next 48 hours, May 10 and 11
Two days on from a sobering afternoon in the Dublin sunshine, rugby writer Rob Lloyd caught up with Scarlets skipper Ken Owens and his deputy Scott Williams to reflect on the huge disappointment of another European semi-final defeat. The blows, physical and mental, were still fresh, but both were ready to talk about how the Scarlets will react to the 38-16 setback and how this season is by no means over. Read More The latest Scarlets news Rob Lloyd: So, looking back, is the defeat and the manner of it, still as painful? Ken Owens: “We have just got to be honest with ourselves, we came up against the best side in Europe at the moment. “Leinster had a gameplan and they executed it and we had no answer, you have got to put your hands up sometimes and say you were beaten by the better side on the day. “They will have been hurting from the semi-final (PRO12) defeat last season and would have wanted an opportunity to put one over us. In one way that shows they do … [Read more...] about A unique insight into the Scarlets’ devastating 48 hours
HANNAH MARTIN Last updated 17:13, April 12 2018 VECTOR Vector staff repairing lines to restore power to Aucklanders hit by the storm Aucklanders Glenn Watts and Chloe Cox were forced to huddle in his work office in the middle of the night to keep their toddler battling cancer warm during the storm blackout.READ MORE: What to do if your power is off for a few daysMore than 79,000 Auckland homes without power, some may be cut off for daysPower outages impact hundreds of cellphones, internet connections in AucklandTremendous wind, then big crash, as huge tree crashes onto Auckland roofAuckland Indian restaurant Satya offers free dinner for those affected by the stormWatts said he checked Vector updates and when he saw power was expected to be restored to their street by 6pm, they took Mason home to put him to bed. But the power wasn't on and by 3am Mason was awake, shivering and "looking pretty pale". SUPPLIED Mason Watts, 23 months, … [Read more...] about Aucklanders still without power nearly 48 hours on and more strong winds on the way
DONALD Trump has told Russia to "get ready" warning that American "smart" missiles are heading to Syria after Moscow insisted it would shoot down US rockets. The US President issued the extraordinary threat on Twitter following comments from senior Russian officials that Vladimir Putin's military would strike US bomb sites in retaliation to American aggression. Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and “smart!” You shouldn’t be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 11, 2018 Trump tweeted: "Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and “smart!” You shouldn’t be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!" Alexander Zasypkin, Russia's ambassador to Lebanon, said Putin would destroy … [Read more...] about Donald Trump warns Putin his missiles are coming ‘fast and smart’ after Russia vowed to bomb US sites if it strikes Assad