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as three years old. the suspect is an 18 year-old high school student. hello, i'm ukee washington. aim nicole brewer. jessica dean is off tonight. lets get right outside to walt hunter who picks up the story live for news hatboro, walt. >> reporter: nicole, word of the child pornography charges causing real concern here in hatboro, this evening. the suspect, the 18 year-old pablo rodriguez not only charged with selected and distributing child pornography but of secretly hiding cameras in order to record the the little innocent vick times. word that pablo rodriguez had been charged with possessing more than 1500 sexual and sexually abusive images of children as young as three, drew a strong reaction from neighbors, like grandmother barbara bolson. >> i feel so bad for the little will children who don't have any idea what is going on and these people take advantage of them. >> reporter: police say rodriguez is a student at the hatboro who are sham senior
high school. child porn, they say, fund during a search of the home on east county line road where he lives with his grand parents. a person answering the door had in comment, investigators say rodriguez not only collected, and distributed child pornography, but also, had cameras, secretly hidden, to record children changing out of swimsuits. >> they get caught up in this and they have no idea. it is just so sad. >> reporter: spokesperson for hatboro horsham school district e mailed a statement, reading in part, the activities which led to this individual a's arrest, did not the occur on school district property, or, during the course of his day, as an alternative will school student. neither suspect are in his attorney was available for comment, meanwhile bail set here by district justice in the courtroom behind me at hundred thousand dollars, and the suspect, ordered to stay away from anyone under the age of 18, and not to use a
computer. live from hatboro i'm walt hunter, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> walt, thank you. meanwhile jerry sandusky will return to court for an appeals hearing. sandusky will be moved from the state prison to bellefonte, to appear at october 29th hearing. sandusky ace peering his 2012 convictions for child sex abuse claiming his trial attorney was ineffective. the the attorney general's office calls at peel baseless. sandusky is serving 30 to 60 years in prison. homeless parents of the toddler found wandering a alone in love park in center city will to have wait a little while longer to regain custody of their son. angelic rowland and michael jones appeared in the a family court hearing today. judge granted them two hours of supervised visitation twice a week with their two-year old and four year-old sibling. court wants the couple to complete drug and mental healthy valuations before proceeding with the case. >> you know, i think they are disappointed. that is normal. they want to check on some more things. so, let them check, but we're
hoping that soon that this family can be reunited because there is no place for a child but in a home with his parents. >> chosen 300 ministries rallied community support to raise $12,000 to pay for a year's worth of housing for their family. contractors have begun working to pull is what left of the two story house out of the bay. chopper three was over that scene today, house is in the water in the bay behind north wildwood, and much of the debris is now under the the surface. the coastal storm earlier this month, washed the house off its foundation, and the removal process is expect to take, several days. the. and talking weather right now we have enjoyed sunny skies and warmer temperatures today. meteorologist kate bilo live on the cbs-3 sky deck with more on that, kate. >> yes, a breeze has been picking up out here. i have been pulling my hair to the side. breeze bringing in warm air out of the south and west and we're feeling it the outside right now and temperatures froze this afternoon in the
70's. the best news of all we've got two more days in the 07's to look forward to and at least four straight days of sunshine, much like today. lets look at temperatures right new which are still feeling nice at 67 degrees in philadelphia, 66 degrees in allentown. and a big difference, what a difference a day makes. yesterday's high only 55 degrees. today's high was 16 degrees warmer then. that we got the to 71 in philadelphia your first forecast for tonight is looking great. we will drop quickly in the 50's with a clear skies but it will the not be quite as chilly as recent nights have been. some he what to expect moving forward, it is clear, not as cold for your wednesday, thursday that is heat wave, a at least relatively speaking, we will be in the mid 70's and cools down friday and saturday and we have a chance for wet weather by sunday. we will have more coming up inside with the full eyewitness weather seven day forecast, for now, back inside to you. >> kate, thank you. eagles needed a big win and they got it offer their arch rival. >> fans are flying high with the bird atop nfc east, easily
sharing the position. "eyewitness news" reporter ra hell solomon joins us from the pro shop in cherry hill with a lot more. hi, rahel. >> hi ukee, good evening, nicole. the they have been all over, today speaking with fans and i got the to tell you not everybody is thrilled about the the way eagles won last night. at last people say they are celebrating a win is a win. call it the the eagles effect. >> we needed a win. everybody is happy. >> i get the high five. you know, i get go eagles. >> reporter: on the heels of the monday night's win with the new york giants, and fans tuesday were inry remarkably good mood. >> a absolutely, are you kidding me. this eagles team, it is kind of funny, i don't understand it necessarily but people are much nicer. holding doors, very strange. i feel the same way. i'm nicer too. when they lose, i'm miserable. >> everybody is coming in upset when they lose. >> after an eagles win. >> reporter: of course, being in the city of brotherly love,
let's admit it, we can be a little harsh and abrasive when we don't win. >> we're a city that we love winning, so if you lose, then we're in the with you. if you are winning then we're with you. >> reporter: in cherry hill fans are flying high at russell night the night elementary. >> everybody is talking about it. >> i was really stressed. but i was so happy. >> reporter: and another reason fans were so happy today, of course, dunkin' donuts offering free medium coffees if you down loaded their app. spokesmen tells me normally tens of thousands of fans, check in that coupon. i'm rahel sol machine for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> let's go bird. >> yes. >> all right. >> let us no he what you think of the eagles chances. connect with us on facebook, twitter and on our web site at cbs philly.com. and a kensington community on edge tonight, with one of the suspects in the violent home invasion, still at large. police are now announcing the the arrest of one suspect, today. he and another man, hoist
still at large, broke into a house on the the 3100 block of north f street. they tied tup victims and kick out a third. police say this crime was likely random. >> we are not sure why they were targeted at all. they don't operate a business. they do not have large amounts of money in there. it is a mystery a as to why they were targeted. it seemed to be at random. >> well, one woman was kidnaped and taken to an atm to withdraw cash, victims, tied up in that home, called for help. police arrested valleys at that scene and he is facing robbery and kidnapping charges. the second suspect involved fled on foot. mystery surrounds vice-president joe biden. is there still lots of speculation about a possible, white house run. well, tonight political experts are weighing in including the daughter of one democratic presidential hopeful. "eyewitness news" reporter greg argos joins us from the a art museum to tell us more about that, greg. >> reporter: ukee, you said it, speculation right now is
the keyword no one really knows what vice-president joe biden will do though, many top democrats, are willing to give their opinions about it. >> you look at the weather. >> reporter: the speculation over a biden bid for president is growing by the hour. >> he is thinking about it but it is a big thing to think about. >> reporter: enclose friend like congressman bob brady aren't sure whether the vice-president a's decision will be. >> i don't know. i met with him about it a week ago and two weeks ago when the pope was here for a good half an hour. him and his family. >> reporter: everybody seems to be guessing, congressman brendon boyle appears to have a inside scoop saying i have a very close source close to joe that says vp biden will run for president. we will left him a message for clarification but never heard back. >> my grandmother really inspired me. >> reporter: chelsea clinton here in philly on her book tour. >> that is up to the vice-president. this is a big choice for any
would i one. as my mom has said repeatedly the vice-president has to make whatever the the right choice for himself, his family and our country. >> reporter: vague, sure. but what isn't vague is who former pennsylvania governor ed rendell will back if biden becomes the next democrat to announce his bid for our nation's top job. >> i won't ever say a bad word about joe, all of the tea in cheyney couldn't get me to say a bad word about joe. i'm's for hillary. i will give him my heart and soul in the fall. i just spoke with the top democratic aid who tells me that there is always room, i should say for a biden bid, that decision, of course, entirely up to the vice-president. but we will keep you posted. we are live at the a art museum, greg argos for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". greg, thanks. we will continue to machine for developments a as joe biden gets set to make his presidential decision. you can always get latest at cbs philly.com. as we continue tonight, confusion and anger after new guidelines are released about
mammograms. >> one group changes its recommendation on what age women should first get their mammograms. now, women are speaking out, next. i'm cleve bryan walking through a south jersey pumpkin patch with key ingredients, pumpkins, they were wiped out by mother nature. find out how they are trying to recover during the busiest time of the year. and temperatures, have jumped 15 to 20 degrees since this time yesterday, and warmer weather is on the way, i'll tell you how long it will last and if rain will creep back in the seven day forecast, coming up, don. the eagles win but there is reason to be concerned, up next chip kelly tells us why it is hard to get sam bradford to stop throwing to the other team, that is later in sports.
well, the american cancer society updates its guidelines for when women should get mammograms. they now recommend women begin annual breast cancer screenings at 45 instead of 40. and then every other year at 55. the doctors caution, it is still not a one size fits hall recommendation. the advice is for women at average risk for breast cancer.
an accidental fire in a delaware motel send two people to the hospital. chopper three over the budget motor lodge in new castle. that fire was started by discarding smoking material. fire marshall says heavy smoke prompted several fire companies to assist with that blaze. two women were taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation. main line restaurant shut down for health care violations, since august 18th which reopen tomorrow. yenningming has been reinn expected by radnor township word of health and has received the the okay to reopen. they have completed extensive upgrade to dining room and kitchen areas. new paint to go day, revealed today, at the temple on north broad street. piece bra, a significant events in american and masonic history in 863. the piece license on display in the temple museum with more than 30,000, other artifacts. and, well, children or grandchildren a trip to the pumpkin patch might be on the
weekend's to to list. >> yes, south jersey farm had big plans, to have a pumpkin patch to school, however, mother nature gave them a detour. new jersey reporter cleve bryan has that story. >> reporter: it was a perfect fall morning for our fathers, and, to take a field trip, in the farm in sewell. first a hey ride with a top. >> and, as parents and kid arrive it is not pumpkins they will find but a witch's house. >> trick or treat. >> it was pretty much, devastated. >> reporter: this is the actual pumpkin patch, it is a pretty bad site. powerful storm in june that snapped trees like twigs all over south jersey kills the pumpkin crop. >> it shows torrential, downpours that the the seed were just packed into the soil, so far, that the sun could not reach them and they could not come out of the ground. >> reporter: rutgers agricultural extension says every other pumpkin grower in gloucester county had a strong crop this year. it appears to be an isolated
situation. feeling bewitched they were unsure about fall farm tours. >> you think hey ride and pumpkin patch. it was a huge risk for me. i was scared, nervous. >> reporter: zimmerman purchases larger pumpkins from eastern pennsylvania and they could bought small ones for hey ride but could cost ten to $15,000. the risky investment as long as they have four or five weekend for business and what happens if they get rained out. >> then we're stuck with all these pumpkins that we have put out all that money for and, you know, no income coming in. >> reporter: then came idea for hilda's house. >> one person has to say, it went pretty well. >> reporter: while zimmerman's has pumpkins for sale and ordinaried them for school groups, everyone gets a witch's could ron full of prizes and field of games. >> as much as they still do the the hey ride for the kid. >> reporter: who knew a pumpkinless patch could still be so fun n sewell, i'm's cleve bryan, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". they have issues with their pumpkins but, no issues
with this weather forecast today. >> no issues at all. the beautiful a afternoon, it turned out to be. it is great. if you can get outside and do these hey rides and fall activities the it is great because it is less crowded and weather is perfect. >> i'm looking forward to the fall stuff. >> colder. >> marsh mellows. >> yes. >> come on back, now. >> yes. >> it isn't so bad. >> yes. we will have a little bit more of the chill in the air by end of the week but in the meantime we're talking about summer-like conditions over next couple of days. seventy's today if you like it, we are back there tomorrow. we will be back there gannon thursday. i will in the say it is last time we're in the 70's but could be last stretch of three days in the 70's we have as we head toward november, chances get less likely. i hope you enjoy it. lets look what is going on outside. we will go out to the live sky cam three picture of the ben franklin bridge. you can see beautiful sunset underway in philadelphia sunnies dipping below the horizon just now or maybe just did a minor two ago, still
looking great and sun dabbled here from campbell's feel. looking down the shore we will go to cape may court house looking toward ocean where you can see pink cloud, great night to be on the sand watch that sunset, maybe sunset beach in cape may, 61 degrees right now. feeling nice still. as sun goes down with the clear skies temperatures will drop, quite considerably as we are's definitely cooler on clear nights then cloudy nights. tonight will be clear as a bell but not quite as cool as past two nights have been. outside right now we have a few showers in new york state. cool air to the north. thinks a boundary separating two distinct live different air mass is and that is in place through next several days. the showers stay off to the north. our next chance of showers comes in thursday night but i think the at best it is a stay sprinkle, better chance of showers on thursday. right now 67 degrees at the airport. sixty-five in millville. sixty-five atlantic city. temperatures are falling off quickly from the daytime highs in the 70's. a breeze has certainly pick up. i felt it out there on the sky deck. the wind southwest at 13 miles
an hour in philadelphia a, 10 miles an hour in atlantic city. southeasterly flow and that southeasterly flow bringing this warm air back into our region. high pressure moves off the coast, same kind of pattern we will get in the summertime with a heat wave. heat pump high pressure system because flow, clockwise circulation just pumps in all that warm air from the south and west. even though it is not a heat wave, temperatures are still well above average for next several days. same story thursday as we await the arrival of the front. that will pass through thursday evening. behind it, breezy, cooler, but still sunny with highs back in the lower 60's. fall foliage looking nice across the area heading order state college they are in the peak fall foliage pattern. for us here in philadelphia still moderate. head up to the lehigh valley where foliage is high and poconos it may be reaching its peak as we head through this weekend. as far as overnight hours are concerned, mainly clear, not as cold down to 50. tomorrow mostly sunny, nice and warm, beautiful day from start to finish. we have got sunshine, 55 at
8:00 a.m. heading out to lunch around 1:00 in the 70's. and clear skies in the 60's by 7:00 p.m. your seven day forecast two very warm days, two sunny, crisp a and beautiful days and next chance for a few showers comes on sunday, a a lot of people are inside, watching football. so we can deal with one day with a few more cloud. >> all and all pretty good stuff.
all about the bird. >> yes. >> for now. >> until next week, then we will be looking for something else. >> yes. >> exactly. >> big smiles forbidder overall, a raised eye brow for sam bradford, in particular. the eagles smashed the giants at the link while snatching a share of first place in the nfc east but quarterback's play is a cause for concern. brad forward threw one touchdown but was picked off
three times. eagles would like to prepare bradford for certain in game situations but they cannot simulate them in practice but they don't want to basically hit him. they don't want him taking any hits. any other team in the nfl as quarterback but it is harder to work on turn over issues. >> obviously a lot of situations we do in the training, but like they are controlled situations. when it comes to the game it is an uncontrolled situation. we need to simulate it, as best we can but you also cannot go, you know, live full go and have the rush and hit him in practice just because, you don't want to lose your quarterback at practice. we have to do a better job simulating the the experience and what goes on in the game. >> while bradford struggled eagles defense continued to play with the force of an iron hammer. after allowing a first drive touchdown, they nailed eli manning repeatedly. he was sacked three times, threw two interceptions. he had two picks in the the first five games combined. eagles have 16 take away,
second in the league. >> we're taking the ball away. we know that carl late toss winning games. more turnovers we can get, and more we are winning turn over battle more games we can win. >> we want to be tops in the league in take aways. every single time we step on the field, it is all about the ball. anyway we cap get it, and, interceptions, tip off, whatever it is, we want the ball. >> all right. to the ice flyers five day layoff is over. they are back in action against the stars. steve mason will be in goal for orange and black. he missed last two games dealing with a family matter. you can help us pick the friday football frenzy game of the week, your choices are dover high school at ocean city the atlantic city, and north pen at pennsbury. go to cbs philly.com to cast your vote. we will announce winner tomorrow at 11:00 right here on cbs-3.
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