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Sales of vinyls continue to climb hitting four hundred nineteen million dollars last year. Gary Nunn, CBS news. In the developing beatdown has spoken. Good morning at six over five. It could get ugly, weather wise this weekend KRLD's meteorologist, Dan Bruneau. Watching the radar will have him. If we need it is right now fifty nine degrees. I'm Campbell read along with Sherry Rogers. This is the KRLD Saturday morning news. The attorney for the former Dallas bartender accused of beating a woman outside of deep Ellum bar. Speaking out police say Austin Sheffield was on camera brutally attacking ladainian equally last month. He was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon a felony and the lesser charges of interfering with an emergency call public intoxication and unlawfully carrying a weapon. Now, Sheffield's attorney Scott Palmer is saying Sheffield feared for his life. The night of the incident because Lee was not actually trying to call nine one one. She was on the phone calling for people to come to her and help hurt him. Shoot him scare him that type of thing. And that really what set him off because he was scared that she was really going to have people come over hurt him. He says there's no truth to the accusation that this was motivated by hate or racism Sheffield is expected to make his first court appearance in may Austin York, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. Yes, I am a new plan. But the Dallas district attorney is going to refuse prosecution of low level crimes. It's already under attack district attorney junk Rizzo says he will no longer take cases that involve low levels of marijuana or petty theft if the thieves stealing food or diapers. He says most store owners can catch that the Dallas police association president Mike modest says the plan is flawed and will put small shops out of business. Either one.