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By Dan McDermott
Warren County Report
Two satellite vans, SUVs and cars filled with national, regional and local news reporters kept watch over the Linden, VA home of Dinnergate suspects Tareq and Michaele Salahi Monday.
CBS News got a big scoop when they taped a white Audi with temporary license plates driven by a man as it left the house closely followed by a Warren County Sheriff’s Office animal control vehicle.
Warren County Report was shown the tape by CBS but it was not clear whether Tareq Salahi was driving the vehicle on the satellite truck’s monitor.
Oasis Winery tasting manager Diane Weiss and former Oasis employee Tasha Smelser both confirmed that Michaele Salahi is known to own a white Audi that has for several months had temporary tags.
Warren County Report had previously reported that a dog, presumably the Salahi’s doberman Rio, was still in the house, prompting concerns for the animal’s welfare and a check by the sheriff’s department.
Crews from ABC, NBC 4, The Washington Post, Time Life were also seen at the home.
Warren County Report Managing Editor Roger Bianchini appeared this evening on NBC News 4 and with Fox News Channel correspondent Griff Jenkins for On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.
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