5 things you need to know for Monday, June 19

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INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - Happy Monday! Here are five things you need to know this morning:

1) A 19-year-old is the person of interest in the stabbing death of a Lebanon man yesterday. Police arrested Zachariah Wright on a probation violation, but he has not been charged with 73-year-old Max Foster's death or the injuries to Foster's wife, 68-year-old Sonja Foster. Investigators believe the attack on the Fosters is connected to an attempted burglary of a home mere blocks away 15 minutes earlier. Wright was on probation for previous convictions on burglary, theft, criminal mischief and public intoxication.

2) One man is dead and 10 other people were hurt when a vehicle ran into pedestrians near a mosque in north London overnight. The crash happened when the multiethnic neighborhood was crowded with Muslims leaving the Finsbury Park mosque after Ramadan prayers. Police are investigating it as a terrorist incident. Muslim leaders are calling it a hate crime. The 48-year-old man who was driving the car was arrested and taken to a hospital as a precaution. He will be given a mental health evaluation.

3) Paul George has told the Pacers he plans to play his last season in Indiana this year then leave as a free agent next summer. WTHR has confirmed that George's agent told the team last week that his client wants to go to Los Angeles. Those league sources say George has not requested a trade, but wants to sign elsewhere - preferably with the Lakers. George grew up in Southern California. The Pacers can trade George before he becomes a free agent, but the team has not made any such plans public. WTHR.com's Bob Kravitz says George has put the Pacers "in the ultimate lose-lose situation."

4) Supporters take another chance today to fight to save the Nickel Plate rail line. Not everyone is on board with plans to turn the rail into a walking trail between Noblesville and Fishers. Tonight, the group working to save the rail will meet at 6:30 at the Noblesville Township Community Center.

5) After a hot weekend with morning storms yesterday, it's about time things settled down. That indeed will be the case today. Chuck Lofton says today will be less humid and cool with highs in the upper 70s. We could see a pop up shower in the afternoon but many places stay totally dry today. Tonight should be great to take in the Indians at beautiful Victory Field.

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