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♪ now at 11:00 o'clock, sniffing out crime. these dogs have a nose for the no good. they're putting their talents to use right here in our area. see what they found on the job. and a ghoulish group more than a dozen of the regions most frightening haunted attractions join forces to scare up a lot of screams this season. and it's the new -- it has electric car drivers charged up.
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why some are not happy tonight. but first, one week has gone by and we're still no closer to answers in the mysterious death of a three-year-old camden county boy. good evening everyone i'm ukee washington. jessica is off tonight. brendan creato found dead blocks from his haddon township home last tuesday. david spunt joins us live from camden with the latest on the investigation. david? >> reporter: ukee, we still don't have answers from the cam county prosecutor's office. not a word updating the case since last week. neighbors are frustrated. we have a three-year-old little boy who was found dead in the woods and people just want to know what happened. you can't go more than a block in haddon township without seeing blue ribbons like these. they honor a little boy found dead in the woods. half awhile from his dad's home of the bran dan' body was discover some three hours after his dad called 911. >> 911 what is your emergency. >> i just woke up and my thee-year-old is missing. >> his dad stayed on the phone
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with the 911 dispatcher as detectives responded. >> did you hear anything or see anything nothing like that? >> no. i just woke up and he wasn't in my apartment. i don't know if he wandered out or what happened. i don't know where he is. the door was locked. i guess he unlock it and left. >> his grandfather david creato told "eyewitness news" he's anxious to fine out exactly what happened. >> i can't even look at his picture right now without bursting out and crying. it's just devastating. >> employees at haddonfield floral are making ribbons as a way to honor the three-year-old. >> we're going to have several on our property and we asked several of our neighbors if they would would be willing to have them also and they agreed. >> reporter: neighbors are watching the case closely. hoping for an answer and soon. >> for something like this to happen it's just -- it's absolutely devastating. >> just go to sleep right now and wake up and he's not there. and there's no answers. what happened? >> reporter: last week brendan's autopsy came back
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inclusive. they also ordered a toxicology test. the results of that test have not been made public. nobody has been charged in this case. his family will hold a private memorial for him later this week. we're live in camden tonight, david spunt cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> i know you'll stay on top of this david thank you. new tonight three people are injured including two police officers in a fire in strawberry mansion. "eyewitness news" on the scene in the 1800 block of taylor street. the fire started in a home just before 8:00 o'clock. the two officers suffered smoke inhalation. there's no word on the condition of the other person who was injured. the cause of that fire is still being looked into. high school student under arrest in connection with a child porn bust in hatboro montgomery county. pablo rodriguez charged with possessing more than 1500 explicit images and videos of children some as young as three years old. the 18-year-old is a student at hatboro horsham senior high school much the pornography was found during the search along a home along east county line road where he lives with his
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grandparents. the homeless parents of a toddler found wandering alone in love park in center city will have to wait to regain custody of their son. angelique roland and michael jones appeared at a family court hearing today. a judge granted them two hours of supervision twice a week with their four-year-old and two-year-old siblings. the court wants to complete drug and mental health evaluations before proceeding with the case. >> i think they're disappointed and that's normal. they want to check on some other thing. let them check. we're hoping soon this family can be reunited bauer there's no place for a child like being home with his pan. >> chose season 300 ministries rallied community support to raise $12,000 to pay for year's worth of housing for the family. two very special crime fighters spend their days and nights on the job at philly international airport sniffing out crime. customs and border patrols says their efforts are really paying off. "eyewitness news" reporter diana
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rocco at the airport tonight and tell you more about it. diana? >> reporter: ukee, these two little beagles have already made some big stops. their owners say while they may be small, their coming through for the country in a big way. meet beagles maddie and auburn agricultural k9s patrol philadelphia international airport looking for any type of goods like food, flowers, even animals smuggled or accidentally brought into the country. >> something does get in, it could destroy millions and millions of crops. >> reporter: auburn handler melissa is hearing impaired and she's taught her sign language. two week ago they uncovered thousand of unreported currency in inside a woman's luggage. >> they find something. especially something big. the team work we do. >> in 2010 she sniffed out 85 pounds of pot in passenger's suitcase. about 4,000 passengers come through phl international
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terminal this time of year when the flights come in the dogs go to work. on this flight from cancun auburn made at least three seizures which produced a few apples and banana left in in passenger's bag. >> a lot of people believe it or not they just forget they have one apple in their bag, and when a dog find it they're so surprised. >> the dogs may be small but the handlers say they've got a nose helping to protect borders and keep the country safe. >> they appreciate what we do. every once in awhile people say thank you. on average each of these dogs makes about 18 seizures per day and every once in while it's a big one. we're live outside philadelphia international airport, i'm diana rocco cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> i anna, thank you for that. mainline restaurant shut down for health code violations will reopen today. yang ming in radnor it was closed august 18th. roaches were found and pipes were dripping on to food. today our cameras got a good
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look inside much the restaurant has been rein inspected by radnor township board of health and has received the okay to reopen. it has completed extensive up grades to dining rooms and the kitchen are a. it's a sign of times. parking spots in philadelphia dedicated solely to electric vehicles so they can recharge. but not everybody is juiced about the concept. our todd quinones reports, some claim the charging setup creates unfair parking advantage. >> reporter: a battle is brewing on one side subscribers to the roar of a combustible engine. on the other, those who prefer the silky quiet of an electric car and environmental friendliness it brings. >> it's just not fair to the majority of the residents. it's not like i'm taking a spot away from -- them. it just happens to be in front of my house. >> dennis lynn is a growing number of philadelphias who have an leck trek charging station
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right in front of his house where park his electric car. it's illegal for gas powered cars to park there ever. >> everybody should use electric instead of gas. i think it's great. it's difficult to find a parking spot in center city here. >> reporter: philadelphia parking authority says city council approved the electric vehicle parkin parking eight ye. applications are beginning to soar. today there are 25 approved electric charges spots in the city and another 13 are pending. but that includes 19 applications this year alone. >> the push back obviously people who don't have electric car is parking at a premium in the city and now i'm losing a space. >> correct. what does the ppa say about that. >> you're taking one group happy and making another group a little bit unhappy. you try to come somewhere in the middle. limb the amount of space that is could happen per block. >> homeowners who won a space need to pay about $3,000 in installation cost. $150 annual fee in center city.
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a 75-dollar annual fee outside of it. the homeowner has to pay the electric bill but anyone with electric car could technically park in this spot. but here's the rub. they would need to homeowner's physician plug in and charge. freedman fred was considering getting a spot in front of his home. >> i've had enough negative feedback i'm not going to be for. >> reporter: enough neighbors got in your ear? >> yes. disagreements own parking will likely grow. in society hill, todd quinones cbs3 "eyewitness news". new tonight a local congressman is continuing to fuel speculation that vice-president joe biden will jump in the democratic race for the white house. in washington mr. biden attended an event honoring former vice-president walter mondale. there was no mention of whether or not biden will be running for president but late tonight during a telephone town hall meeting, pennsylvania congressman brendon boyle stood by his monday tweet that stated biden will run. >> well, i put something on
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twitter, and i guess, the lesson is be careful when you put something on twitter. i have a little bit of insight information that i'll repeat. i was told by someone very close to the vice-president joe that he had decided to run for president. >> many others close to biden say the vice-president will make a decision any day now. well daughter of democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton visited our area today. "eyewitness news" caught up with chelsea clinton at the university of pennsylvania. she talked about her family including her mom and the world's biggest challenges it's all in her new book aim at empowering children. tiled it's your world, get y, get inspire and get going. >> some of those kids go on to read the whole book. some of them just read that section and that's fine. i think it's still important that kids are given the opportunity to engage in the ways they want and up to adults to help them figure out how, to
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make the type chasm they want to see in the world. >> chelsea knows her mother would be the best president for the world. her daughter is going to grow up in. from unseasonal cold to unreasonable warmth. kate is tracking another jump in temperatures. how about it? >> that's right, ukee. we started off the week with temperatures well below average and we had a big jump even in the past day or two. yesterday's high 55. today up to 71. coming up with the seven day forecast we'll talk about that surge in temperatures and how long it will last. it does cool back down later in the week sunny strep for now but rain in the seven day as well. i'll have mr. details coming up. >> new guidelines from the american cancer society about when women should get mammogram. we'll have details on the change and the concern it's causing tonight. take look at this field. it's usually popping with pumpkins. but the season has been spoiled for one local farm. coming up next find out why and what they're doing about it. vittoria? >> reporter: tis the season for all things spooky and we are
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live at the motel in delaware county to talk about the most haunted attractions in the area. but i'm sure there's nothing to be scared about. (chainsaw buzzing). >> do not like the sound of that saw. >> coming up right after "eyewitness news" at 11:00 the late show with stephen colbert. oscar winner kevin spacey, carol burnett and a musical performance from willie nelson and john mellencamp. the fun starts at 11:35. be right back
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there are new guidelines tonight from the american cancer society that say women can have fewer mammograms starting at a later age. the group now recommends women begin annual breast cancer screenings at 45 instead of 40. then every other year after 55. doctors caution it is not a one size fits all recommendation. the advice is for women average
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risk for breast cancer. >> between 40 and 44, breast cancer is less common. there's still the risk for false positive and so we thought that needs to be informed decision between the woman and health care provider. >> the affordable care act currently mandates that mammograms are covered for women 40 and older and always when medically necessary. landmark across our area looking good in pink lights in the fight against breast cancer. among them cooper university hospital in camden. cooper taking part in the lights for the cure campaign joint effort by the cw philly, cbs3 and susan g. komen philadelphia. the statue a top another camden hospital is a glow in pink as well. you're lookin looking at our laf lourdes medical center on haddon avenue participating in lights for the cure. the pink light is a reminder for women to schedule a mammogram. october is breast cancer awareness month. strong storms earlier this year have made thing difficult for local farm that depends on pumpkins. "eyewitness news" at zimmerman's
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farm in sewell, new jersey, where the hay rye this year does not entity pumpkin patch but at a witch's home. powerful storm in june killed zimmerman's pumpkin crop. >> rain was so torrential and downpours that the seeds were just packed into the soil so far that the sun couldn't reach them and they couldn't come out of the ground and come um. >> the situation at zimmerman's farm appears to be isolated. experts say the pumpkin crop in the gloucester county is strong this season. tis the season for screams and scarce and in our area there's no shortage of hair raising haunted attractions. our vittoria in glenn mills right now some of the post frightening spots are joining forces. i'm glad you stayed away from that saw i heard tori. wow! >> reporter: missed it by a hair, ukee. missed that saw by a hair. (laughter). >> reporter: that's right. halloween is all about celebrating the scary, okay, halloween is about celebrating the scary and with that there
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are 13 top attractions in the area that will really scare the beijis out of you and me. i'm surprised i still have a voice. to make the list you got to bring the scary. take look. when the sun sets over farms in delaware county things start to get a little creepy. >> it's time to check in to one of the scariest hotels of your life. >> people jumping out every corner at you. >> but definitely be expecting anything,. >> the motel is one of 13 haunted attractions in the region. >> part of a collection of top rated attractions where only the scariest need apply. >> if you're looking for a real legitimate experience, come to 13 haunts.com and you'll find it there. >> patrick owner of shock october fest in reading put together the group 13 haunts.com. >> when we put the group together, we wanted to make sure we invited the people that were
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on the same level. that took it seriously. that were professional. >> randy bates co-founder of 13 haunts.com and owner of the bates motel has been scaring people for 25 years. >> always like being scared but more than that i like scaring other people that's really what started all of this. >> he sure does and easy to see and hear why the bates motel is one of the top 13. >> ahh! >> some of the other members of the 13 include fright factory in south philadelphia. night of terror in mullica hill and of course terror behind the walls a haunted house in a real prison in physical. it's not all about haunted houses either. our night ends back here trying to provide the haunted hayride and head less horse man. yeah. as you can see, you guys, if you
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want to be terrified, this is where you can come and he keeps touching my leg. they tech you here at the bates motel. i just want you to know that they do that so expect it when you come. but for more information you go to cbsphilly.com. we have the link but for right now, let's terrorize >> tori, oh, my. i'll be much happier if they broke out in thriller right now. that would make me feel a whole lot better. >> can we get a thriller real quick. >> they don't do that here. >> ukee, no bones on the thriller. >> be safe. make it back in one piece. >> i'm here all week. (laughter). >> that's crazy. let's talk about our forecast. >> give me nightmares. >> i'm not into clowns. >> no. i'm not too chain sauce. i'm not into being touched.
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i'm not into the whole thing. give me a hayride and apple cidar and i'm happy. that looks like fun. >> a lot of them around the tri-state area. we go down tonight land in delaware. people love being scared. it's a great time of year for it. >> don't be scared about the forecast looking good. we've got great fall weather on the way. it's actually feeling a little warmer than normal as we head through the next couple of days. going to feel like late september than late october at least for tomorrow and thursday. then we're right back to that october crisp weather bite end of the week. a look outside right now shows a clear sky a clear night tends to be colder than cloudy night and i try to explain this as how you put blankets on when you're sleeping as your body cools that heat that escapes from your body gets trapped by the blanket and keeps you warm. that's what cloud do on a cool night on clear night. the earth's surface cools and all that radiation escapes into the atmosphere temperatures drop faster. we've had these clear nights over the past few nights and temperatures have been dropping it will be chilly again tonight but certainly not as as the past
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two. storm scan3 shows the line of showers going over portions of upstate new york and this is the boundary line between cold air to the north and warmer air to the south. we luckily are south of that boundary and that means some nice warm weather over the next couple of days. in fact even today, we just barely sneaked into the 70s. 71 was the high in philadelphia. 71 in trenton. 70 degrees in wilmington and got to the upper 60s in atlantic city and in allentown. so what to expect overnight? clear, but not as. we'll bottom out in the 40s in most spots right around 50 degrees in the city. for your wednesday and thursday, we're talking 70s well above average by about 10 degrees. friday and saturday cooler again. it's still dry. then we've got our next shower chance on sunday. temperatures across the live neighborhood network are in the mid 50s right now my moth meeting at 56. saint davids golf club 56. 54 degrees in will ming and mace lanning just dropped to 53 temperatures are cooling as we speak. this is a very typical set up in the summertime. high pressure to move off the eastern seaboard as it sits
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offshore it pumps in warm air from the south and west. that's what we'll be feeling the next couple of days. that helps us jump into the 70s again toll. mid 70s as we wait for this cold front to arrive on thursday. then the front comes through mainly dry thursday night. we tap into a colder canadian high to the north. the sun comes back but breezy and noticeably cooler with highs only in the low 60s to finish out the week. fall foliage underway. you can go to the scary haunted houses do the hay rides you can do the pumpkin patches. fall fail i don't have moderate in the city. high up toward the lehigh vall valleyly. we bottom out around 50. not as clear as the past two nights. tomorrow nice and warm fantastic summer afternoon. a cool morning, a warm afterno afternoon. doesn't get much better than that. it's warm again on thursday. then back to the chilly stuff but sunshine again friday and saturday. so even though it's cooler, it's still dry and sunny and bright next chance for showers comes in on sunday but all in all pretty great october forecast. >> that looks really good. >> i think so.
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>> thanks kate. >> don bell has your sports. >> we're talking about those birds. some people are surprised that sam bradford is throwing interceptions including sam bradford. we'll hear from the eagles quarterback next in sports.
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>> i was wonder hook was going to be between the pipe for the fly guys. >> tough decision to make. >> sure was. >> you wonder what happens moving forward. >> here we go. do you go with the hot hand or let loyalty rule the day. the flyers answer answered that question by starting steve mason in goal over michael, who had two straight shut outs. mason returns to face dallas after missing time to deal with family members. dave hex stole and his squad looking for their third straight win. tyler sa good an lights the la lamp. one to nothing stars. second period we go. stars with two on one break aw away. benn will score beats mason glove side and the flyers losing this game, two-one your final
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score. sam i am says this is not who i am. eagles starting quarterback sam bradford throwing to the other team. but until this point he never had issues with interceptions. the eagles beat the giants 27-seven last night moving into a first place tie in the nfc east but bradford through one touchdown and three picks. he tied for second most in the nfl with nine overall. but back in his st. louis days he was pretty good with protecting the ball. his previous season high was 15 picks. that was part of the appeal for chip kelly. >> i thought sam was, you know, one of the reasons we really liked him. he was really good with the football. >> it's something that, you know, i never really had a problem with in my career. i never thrown a lot of interceptiointerception this isf knew to me. we're going to get it fixed. i'll going to get it fixed and hopefully we'll em limb 98 that from our offense. >> temple is one win away from
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history vegas doesn't think think they'll get there. east caroline in a favor. the owls are looking to go seven-zero for the first time in school history. a lively practice on north broad street today with a halloween matchup against notre dame looming the owls are trying to stay focused on east caroline in a. avoid that dreaded trap game. >> we got ecu this week. they'll come out ready for us and try to knock us out of the top 25. that's where we're focused right now. >> this is the biggest game. you got to take it one game at a time. make it like it's a champion shim game. that's the mentality we have and that's what we're telling all all the guys. listen the game right here. don't worry about anything also but this game. >> reminder you can help us ick pick the friday football frenzy of the week. dover high at, ocean city at atlantic city or north penn at pennsbury government to cbsphilly.com/frenzy to cast your vote winner will be announced tomorrow at 11:00 right here on cbs3.
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>> i'm trying to geoff over to that dover sales numb game. >> senators in the house. >> look at you. >> you might have pom poms under this desk ready to cheer. >> i'm not going there. we'll be right back.
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>> chaotic scene caught on rah in peru as the bull goes while. at least 20 people were hurt. the bull weighed more than a ton and went galloping over spectators causing many of them to jump into the ring to get out of harm's way. we'll be right back.
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