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unites in grief. hundreds gathered to remember a three-year-old boy found dead in a wooded area of camden county. good evening to you, i'm jessica dean. >> i'm ukee washington. brendan cree at tow' death remains mystery at this hour. officers found the toddler's body in the woods off south park drive less than a mile from his father's home. "eyewitness news" david spunt was at tonight's vigil where a community is trying to deal with this tragedy. david. >> there are so many questions in this case and we're trying to find out as many answers as possible. many people at the vigil night didn't even know the cree at tow family they just came to offer some kind of peace. >> ♪ >> reporter: as the sun set, anxious neighbors from haddon township and beyond gathered outside a local church to sing, pray and ask why? >> for those who do believe in god it is a time to really feel that faith. >> reporter: neighbors woke up
to text messages from authorities asking for help to find the three-year-old. he went missing from his dad's apartment on cooper street early tuesday morning around 6:00 o'clock. intense search continued until 9:00 o'clock when authorities found the little boy's body by the woods not even half a mile from his dad's home. >> i drove past there a few times. it was scary. >> reporter: "eyewitness news" has learned his parents are separated and he spent the night with his dad. family friends tell "eyewitness news" both parents spent hours being questioned by police. not somebody from this town much it's not his family. it's not a stranger did this. >> many individual crowd new brendan personally. >> hhe was going to be the hulk for halloween. he was joy. >> crowd placed candles, stuffed animals an collage in front of the building where he spent the night. brendan's grandfather david told
"eyewitness news" i hope no parent or grand parent has to go through this. brendan was the sunshine of our lives. he had a special character about him. we are devastated. brendan's mother released the following statement "we are heart broken by the loss of our beautiful boy brendan cree at tow along with the cree at tow family who also lost a son and grandson we are grieving and tremendously saddened. we thank the community which searched this morning for brendan and gathered tonight in his memory. we appreciate your efforts and kind words. we do not have any answers about what occur. brendan's dad is still being questioned here at police headquarters but i want to be very clear, nobody has been charged with little brendan's death authorities are looking for tips and information. if you have any information or know anyone that might have some information about this case, call the camden county prosecutor's office immediately. we are live in haddon township tonight david spunt cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> david, candle light vigil
held for 14-year-old boy had died today from injuries suffered in shooting last night. family members identified the victim as duvall deshields. police rush him to the hospital. they say what appears to be a beebee gun fell from his clothing. family members say they will never forget the eighth grader's smile and his spirit. >> he was so talented and gifted and dancing and music and -- he was awesome. like he loved everybody that he came -- you felt his love. even though dj marking it as love. that's his new name. police are still searching for a suspect and a weapon. ♪ now to campaign 2016. the five democrats hoping to succeed president obama in the white house met for their verse dough bait in las vegas tonight. four competitors tried to gain ground on front runner hillary clinton.
>> front runner could not escape the e-mail scandal dogging her campaign she apologized again but then turn to the issues. >> tonight i want to talk not about my e-mails but about what the american people want from the next senator of the united states. >> and her closest challenger senator bernie sanders agreed. >> enough of the e-mails. let's talk about the real issues facing america. >> thank you. >> but clinton separated herself from sanders first on hisself labeled democratic socialism. >> we would be making a great mistake to turn our backs on what built the greatest middle class in the of the rowly world. >> you can have all of the growth that you want and it doesn't mean anything if all of the new income in and wealth is going to the top 1%. >> clinton and former maryland governor martin o'malley both challenged sanders on gun safety legislation. >> it's time to stand up and pass comprehensive gun safety legislation. >> the views on gun control in
rural states in urban states whether we like it very much. >> i'm very principle about my principals. -no scandals i'm of i've spent more than half of my professional way away from politics. >> four of the five all but jim web specifically mentioned climb change in their opening remarks. >> and one of the most talked about democrats in the 2016 race wasn't even on the stage tonig tonight. vice-president joe biden's office says he watched the debate from his washington home biden is seriously considering whether to join the democratic field. it's unclear what role the out come of tonight's debate will play in his decision. our campaign 2016 coverage continues at cbsphilly.com and while you're there take our online pole who you think won the first democratic presidential dough bait tonight. now back home police are searching for suspects in deadly home invasion in kingsessing it happened on the 1100 block of ruby street late last night. 50 year old tony harris was shot in the head and killed. harris' family believes his recent facebook post he made a
joke about miss placing $60,000 made him him a target fort suspect. his wife was home when harris was shot. she was held at gun point while their three chirp slept upstai upstairs. >> took me straight to the kitchen and put a gun behind me head and she was telling him you keep moving. they was going to my head off. >> police are looking foo into the facebook post as a possible motive. caught on camera vicious assault on homeowner in northeast philadelphia. video shows two suspects knocking on the door of 70-year-old man on the 800 block of well ton street in somerton. once the man opens the door, he's thrown down and hit with some type of metal stick. the victim remains in critical condition with a cracked skull. if you have information please contact the police. >> the search is on for two thieves caught on video stealing an ice cream machine. police say the suspects entered ron's cafe at 5720 north broad street through the back stock room. surveillance video those them carrying that ice cream maker to their blue and white older model
chevy suburban. ice cream machine is valued at 9,000 dollars. police in wilmington looking for two young men who damaged a church while trying to break into it. take look at thighs surveillance pictures they braid to break into saint marks united methodist church last month. one of the surveillance pictures has a clear shot of those suspects. one of them. if you have any information contact delaware state police. tonight philadelphia police commissioner charles ramsay talked publicly about the challenges police officers now face on the streets in the wake of the events in ferguson, missouri and baltimore. and the event itself was interrupted by those with message of their own. "eyewitness news" reporter todd quinones was there >> reporter: protesters interrupted police commissioner charles ramsay's appearance tuesday night at national constitution center. about a dozen people were holding signs and chanting.
>> black lives matter! >> reporter: after many were he is cored out by us park rangers ramsay continued on with his town hall style efforts to strengthen police community relations. he says for reasons of credibility and transparency he supports having the pennsylvania state police head up investigations into philadelphia police officer involved shootings. but he added, people need to keep in mind officers often confront people with violent intentions. >> you also have to role lies, that everyone shot by a police officer is not someone who is unarmed and innocent and whatever sometimes -- listen i've been here 7.5 years, a little more. i've had eight police officers killed in the lionell of duty. five of them shot to death. i had five in a nine-month span. that's real. that's reality. >> reporter: ramsay also opposes bill right now that's in harrisburg that would prevent police departments from releasing the names of officers involved in shooting. he believes it could have an
impact on accountability. reporting from the national couldn't stewing center, todd quinones cbs3 "eyewitness news". funeral services will be held tomorrow for philadelphia civil rights leader jerry montgomery desire. family friends paid that are respects to the former philadelphia naacp president during a viewing at bright hope baptist church earlier tonight. montgomery desire passed away on objection fourth. the funeral will be held at the church tomorrow. the same date jerry montgomery desire was born, 66 years ago. temple university named and dedicated its medical school to the late lewis cat. the businessman and philanthropist died in plain crash in may 2014. right before his death katz announced a $25 million donation to temple his alma mater. it was the largest single donation in the school's histo history. around 400 friends of the katz family and temple university were on hand for the commemoration. our stretch of warm october days is about to come to an end. meteorologist justin drabick is tracking an autumn chill.
>> that's right. a couple of cold fronts moving through the first one coming through right now. last of the rain showers across extreme southern new jersey, cape may county and southern delaware. that will move offshore in about another hour or so. then we're just left with partly cloudy skies. here the set up over the next few days talking about cooler weather fort end of the week. a chilly weekend on tap talking about the coldest air of the season. i'll show you the seven day forecast coming up in few minutes. >> also ahead at 11:00 the video that has a lot of people talking a woman allegedly drunk live streams her drive home. how police were able to track down her car. >> also work out without sweating it out and say goodbye to bad hair days after exercising. health reporter stephanie stahl introduces to you the new treatment people are using to look fresh and flawless. and a visit that was out of this world. the first african-american woman in space shares the very important message with some local kids. >> and coming after "eyewitness news" it's the late show with
>> new report is out on the do you know of malaysian airlines flight 17 an missile launched from rebel held ukraine is to blame. the investigators say in their final report that a bucc missile downed boeing 777 in july 2014. they conclude it exploded less than a meter from the plane's cockpit. all 298 people aboard the flight from amsterdam to kuala lumpur were killed. the report did not consider who launch thed mill. florida woman is in legal trouble after broadcasting an alleged drunk driving trip on periscope. >> i'm really drunk. i am --ing. >> 23-year-old whitney biehl documented her and tire night out and when she got in the car people watching on periscope beg her to stop some even called
911. a police officer downloaded periscope and looked at land marks in the background of her video to track her down. biehl hit several curbs and her car had flat fire when she was arrested. former nba renal had the tv star lamar odum is hospitalized tonight found up conscious at a brothel in nevada about 70 miles from las vegas. officials tried to have him thrown to hospital in las vegas but he was too tall to fit into the helicopter. sheriffs depth pee says he was stabilized and taken by ambulance to a hospital closer to that locate. odum retired from the nba in 2013 and was married to khloe kardashian for four years. tracy mr. began returns to the stand up stage more than year of the being critically injured in a car crash on the new jersey turnpike. morgan appeared at new york's comedy seller monday night. he tweeted a photo of himself performing saying, it was his first time on stage in 16 months. morgan is set to host saturday night live this coming saturday. hate the way you look after a workout. don't sweat it.
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>> come on. >> first african-american woman in space visited our area today. >> she stopped by the carney school in northern liberties her visit was the prize in contest by bear laboratories to encourage science in school. students tenches were treated to inspiring message about science and pursuing their bag. >> kids come out of the chute they're excited about the world around them. their picking up bugs and snails they're the most incredible scientists you can find w a child thinks about going into science, they should understand that definitely within their realm. >> many of you may remember dr. jamison went in orbit above the space shuttle end definite in september 1992. experience 81 people never forget. >> really really cool for them and cooler temperatures that might be moving our way. >> mid october so you can't keep the 70s going forever. >> nope. >> we had a couple of nice days. we'll bring it back to where it should be for this time of year maybe you've been waiting to break out that fall sweater that heavier coat you'll get your shot this weekend because talk about temperatures feeling more
like the middle of november. but still for the middle of october today was great hopefully you had a chance to get outside and not a bad beach day. let's take to you our neighborhood network. we're looking at rehoboth beach. time you through a time lapse today from sunrise to 4:00 this afternoon. gorgeous day. people hanging out on the beach and the boardwalk this afterno afternoon. temperatures actually made it into the mid 70s even along the coastline with that wind offshore. so blowing from the land so no influence from the cooler atlantic ocean. as far as the temperatures go again way above average we shall be in the upper 60s this time of year. 76 both on monday and today. now tomorrow closer to average. mid and upper 60 that is be the trend for thursday and again on friday. then we'll drop well below average for saturday and sunday. still mild outside receipt now. the cold front hasn't clear the delaware valley just yet so still upper 60s at the airport in philadelphia. 63 in wilmington. cooler air north and west. so the not cold just yet. 55 in state college. that cooler air mass filters in through the overnight hours.
last of the rain showers exiting south jersey right now cape may county. far eastern sussex county, delaware, again another half hour to an hour they'll move offshore just leftover clouds through the overnight hours. here comes front number one offshore tomorrow. we're back to a mix of sun and clouds. not full sunshine. we'll call it partly sunny. 60s for afternoon highs. thursday looks great. mostly is unknee skies, very comfortable mid 60s again. here's the second front it's stronger comes through friday bringing more clouds. maybe a shower or two in some spots. similar to what we had with today. but you'll feel the difference certainly come friday night into saturday. not much happening tomorrow morning looks good for that morning ride battle a little bit of sun glare much clouds start to build for the afternoon. mostly sunny skies, good day to be outside once again for thursday. all right. here's what's happening in the jet stream. really going control our temperatures. it's still too our north right now that's why we're mild but we do take a hit in the jet. it really dives southward that cold canadian air starts to filter south on friday and core of the air really moves in for
saturday and sunday. so that's why we're talking about highs a good 15 degrees below adversary aly here's the setup for the week and. sipe for the high on saturday. mid any of fee tease sunday. normal for the middle of november with sunshine as well. forecast overnight partly cloudy, cool, 55 for center city. little bit cooler in the subur suburbs. seasonal conditions on wednesday. sunshine and clouds, 67 for the afternoon high. here's the setup for the neck seven days. again mid 60s through the end of the week more clouds around friday maybe a stray shower. 50s for the weekend saturday and sunday, sunday will be coolest day windy as well we'll wake up with temperatures also in the 30s on sunday morning. could be some frost in some spots as well. >> hello fall. >> it's here. >> okay. >> hello, fall. >> thanks. >> don has got your sports. >> 30s. >> come on, it's coming. >> let's talk about sports. why not? they are partying on the north side of chicago. i'll show you exactly why. and temple looking to six and zero for the first time in 41
fighting to save atlantic county. chris brown's attacks? the press calls them "embarrassing" political "posturing." the truth? chris brown and will pauls opposed the atlantic city rescue plan, even though it would save thousands of our jobs. we already know they're propped up by north jersey casino interests. and pauls even wanted the vote to allow north jersey casinos "this year." now they brag about helping atlantic county. but there's a word for politicians like that. hypocrite. >> temple u. >> you know that one. >> i do know it it. >> i sink all the time. >> you want to continue. >> no, i don't. you need to do sports. you can talk about temple u. >> that's exactly what i'll do. temple owls haven't crack the ap top 25 in 36 years. right now there's this close. 26th. maybe if they take care of business saturday night at the linc they'll get there.
the owls at practice today after crushing tulane by 39 over the weekend. up next is winless central florida. temple has pay back on the mind. they lost their last two against those guys including a 20-point blow out last season. >> last year physically dominated us. they've got they are quarterback back now in justin holman he look really good against uconn last week. a couple drops away from scoring a lot of points. 225 yards i believe the number was. we saw what he can do last year. we have our work cut out for us and we're working hard right now to have a chance to beat them, because obviously we don't like the fact the last two years it's been us walking off the field as losers. >> all right. five and one penn state is paying out of state for the first time this season. nittany lions are traveling to columbus to play number one ohio state. they're just four and 11 all time against top ranked teams. this will be the toughest test of the season and james franklin knows it. >> now going on the road, um, you know, to ohio state my first
time ever going there, um, and face, you know, that type of adversity and that type of environment is going to be a challenge. it will be interesting. so, yeah, i think, um, i think, you know, every day we're getting -- we're getting closer as team many we're getting a better understanding of how to work together and how to complement one another. saturday will obviously be a real challenge. >> switching gears the fliers with the night off after winning their first game of the season yesterday beating the panthers one to nothing. tomorrow stanley cup champion blackhawks come to the center to take on the fly guys. before that game, they will honoree tired defenseman dim mow timonen he spent seven of his 16 seasons with the orange and black before being traded to chicago in february. the first player to skate with the cubs when the blackhawks won game six over tampa bay. baseball now. speaking of chicago, wrigley field game 4nlds the cubs trying to eliminate the its cards. game tied at four. anthony rizzo going deep.
it is a go ahead homerun for the cubs. there's up five to four. and how about the cubs getting it down, getting the final out right there. six-four your final score. and they go ahead and celebrate first series clinching win at wrigley field for the cubs in team history and the dodgers beat the mets to fours a game five thursday in la. >> how would you like to be a chicago cub on the north side of chicago right about now? >> how about it? that's great feeling. >> good night for chicago.
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