This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Rick Sanchez; on the phone from Chicago: Keith Oppenheim) The urgent search for White discussed; scenes shown from the family’s home in Elkhart.
(No location given: Fredricka Whitfield) The shock over the arrest in New York of “model citizen” Altemio Sanchez as the Buffalo Bike Path Rapist who eluded police for 25 years featured; photos shown of rape/murder victims Linda Yalem and Majane Mazur; details given about the DNA evidence. [Erie County Sheriff Timothy HOWARD- says the monster has been taken into custody.] [Erie County district attorney Frank CLARK- says he was stalking and raping and killing women.] [Sanchez’s co-worker Dave HEFFERDON, NEIGHBOR - react.] [Restaurant manager Rebecca KLAUK- comments on helping police collect DNA.] [Sanchez’s attorney Andrew LETEMPIO- refutes the evidence.]
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Bob Franken) New Hampshire’s position as the first state to host primary elections featured; scenes shown of candidates Tom Vilsack and Senator Christopher Dodd campaigning. [3 New HAMPSHIRITES – comment on their opportunity to meet the candidates.] [DODD – campaigns.]
(McAlester, Oklahoma: Reggie Aqui) The impact of the continued power outage after the huge ice storm in Oklahoma featured; scenes shown of power company workers, business owner David Robinson delivering gas for generators he bought for people without power. [McAlester resident Wendy SINGLETON- comments on not being able to work.] [ROBINSON – says we’ve been devastated.]
(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Report introduced.
(Studio: Jacqui Jeras) The weather forecast featured; maps shown; flight delays listed.
(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The weather in Chicago and Indianapolis, homes of the football teams that will be in the Super Bowl, noted.