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found dead in the woods. the case still shrouded in mystery. one 84 later, brendon creato's mother breaks her silence >> she was big crazy ball of joy at home. he was the kid he literally run all over the house. >> speaking only to "eyewitness news." what she remembered about the last time she saw her son. >> first, here we go again, more scandals coming to the surface in campaign 2016. both presidential candidates are on the defense. the trump and clinton campaigns good evening everyone, i'm ukee washington. >> i'm jessica dean. well we'll begin with the trump controversy, tonight, two women told the "new york times" republican nominee donald trump sexual assaulted them. one woman said trump grabbed her breast and tried to put his hand up her skirt during an airplane flight in 78. another woman said another woman started kissing her on the mouth when she met him in 2005.
the campaign calls those allegations fiction, saying to reach back decades in an attempt to smear mr. trump trial lizes were sexual assault and sets a new low for where the media is willing to go in its efforts. florida, trump kept his focus on clinton >> after giving the subpoena to give over your e-mails and lots of other things, she deleted the e-mails. she has to go to jail. >> meantime clinton is campaigning in las vegas tonight clinton pain has its product from hack e-mails from john podesta. pushed for a quote catholic spring from within, referring to the arab spring, a wave of demonstrations and protest in the arab world. clinton kept her if you don't know trump. >> in his campaign, said today he's going to and i quote, run a scorched earth strategy.
whatever that means. that's how desperate they are. that's all they have left. pure negativity. >> clinton will attend a fund-raiser in san francisco tomorrow. trump will campaign in florida and ohio. we have 26 days until election day and you can keep it right here on "eyewitness news" for the latest on campaign 16. in other news, major fall-outs in the growing scandal at wells fargo embattled ceo john stumpf is out. he's retiring effective immediately. wells fargo employees use customer information to fake accounts to reach sales goals. stumpf won't be receiving severance and will forfeit $48 million in stock awards. tim sloan will succeed stumpf as ceo. hurricane nicole strengthened into a major category 3 as it movies closer to bermuda. forecasters say the hurricane is quickly taking direct aim at the
island and its 60,000 residents. today people calmly went about their preparations boarding up windows and getting some last minute groceries. severe flooding from hurricane matthew continues to force evacuations in north carolina. lumberton is one of the hardest hit areas, town's sister city in south jersey knows what they're going through and is sending help. natasha brown joins us in lumberton burlington county with more on the effort. natasha, good evening. >> reporter: well, ukee, good evening to you. lumberton, new jersey, is certainly seen its share of devastating flooding over the years, which is why many residents here are now stepping up to help their fellow lumber toneians down south. images of deadly flooding in lumberton, north carolina are heart wrenching, homes are under water. lives lost in the wake hurricane matthew >> our flow lumber toneian >> more than 500 miles away but not far removed from flooding whoas, the mayor and folks in
lumberton new jersey are offering a helping hasn't. >> in 2004, they actually sent care packages up to us and our residents with supplies and monetary donations through the red cross. >> devastating flooding in 2004 still fresh in the minds of lumberton new jersey officials. they readily accepted donations from folks in lumberton, north carolina in 04 and are now repaying the affair. collecting donations for their fellow lumber toneians down tunneling >> we're looking for cleaning supplies, toiletries, personal hygiene items >> they got their handful, they're working diligently to make sure those people displaced have a place to go. and when the clean-up process starts, they have supplies. >> reporter: for residents in lumberton north carolina, clean-up process will be slow. the recovery relendless. every donation will matter. even from hundreds miles away. >> it takes a lot of people in order to get people's lives back to norman. we just want to be part of that. that's what we're reaching out
to our community to see if we can help out. >> reporter: well, we understand now that the greatest needs there in north carolina are baby supplies and elderly supplies as well. you can drop off any donations here at the lumberton township building from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. up until october 21 it's. we're live here in lumberton new jersey, natasha brown cbs3 "eyewitness news" >> thank you police in upper darby say they're working to arrest a gang of teens that went on a car jacking spree targeting women. police showed us the masks and this rifle which they allegedly used. the string of robberies started october 2nd and detectives say six teenagers are involved. investigators say the parents have stone-walled police preventing them from interviewing the children. that is drawn angry response from upper darby police superintendent michael chitwood >> why do you not know as a parent where your 13-year-old is a the 2:30 in the morning? if i could lock up the parents i
would lock up the parents because this is a disgrace. >> a 13-year-old carrying the rifle is facing weapons charges another teen is charged with receiving stolen property. no direct charge have been filed related to the carjacking. philadelphia police need your help find, the suspects in a home invasion caught on camera. you see one suspect walk right into the home on the 1300 block of hellerman street in oxford circle chase thing that owner from her couch. not long after a second comes through the door. the victim who did not want to be identified spoke with "eyewitness news." >> really wish they would catch the two guys quick and i wish they would just be prosecuted. i don't wish any ill will on them. i go to church every sunday. and i just, i just pray for them. >> those suspects got away with cash and a gun. now to an "eyewitness news" exclusive. tomorrow will mark one year since a haddon township toddler was found dead in the woods.
and the mystery continues as to exactly how he died. tonight for the first time his mother spoke exclusively with our david spunt about her son and what she wants you to know about his short and important life >> he was big crazy ball of joy. >> samantha wants people to know the real brendon creato. >> he was the kind of kid he would trample you. he would just go. >> reporter: but life sadly ended. his body discovered around 6:30 a.m. on october 13th, 2015. just a half mile from his dad dj creato's apartment in haddon township where he spent the night >> he had him for the day at my mom's house. >> reporter: that was last time samantha saw her only child. there were no obvious signs of
foul play and an autopsy and toxicology report came back with no definitive answer as to what happened. police charged brendon's dad with murder. samantha calls eight nightmare. >> take your time. >> reporter: we talked about brendon's life and focused on the positive energy he brought. >> he was great. >> matt is samantha's boyfriend and also spent a lot of time with him and remembers taking him to the beach >> his home was everything where we loved to go. >> i try to drive by there on my way home every day just to see the little memorial >> now samantha and matt are once again thinking of brendon one year after his untimely death working with the local community and will soon install a bench here honoring brendon. >> this is something i actually created. >> samantha showed us some brendon's favorite to his. she spend months making this
shelf full of memories >> what does this men to you. >> most of these are his piggy banks. he actually painted >> she says her son was an old soul. he loved singing his favorite song yellow submarine by the beatles. >> and is strawberry fields >> samantha says this smile and her stories about brendon do >> even no one really knew who he was, they still knew he was a great kid. >> dj creato is behind bars. authorities say he became enthralled with a new girlfriend who ultimately convinced him to kill him. before he deny this claim he looks forward to presenting a defense during trial scheduled for this coming january. david spunt cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> thank you. there are new concerns tonight about the safety of drinking water at more public
schools in our area. water testing began this summer shows 20 out of 26 trenton public school buildings have elevated lead levels in the water fountains and faucets. more than 1,000 times above federal safety standards, the district said it's taken contaminated fountains and faucets and replacing plumbing components. it is fire prevention week and the city held what it called a city-wide fire drill. the fire department simulate add fire in the home of the green family in west philly. the drill allowed the family to implement their escape plan and let firefighter run through their procedures. the fire commissioner says the event is all about educating people on the importance of being prepared in case fire strikes. popular phone sparked a nationwide safety warning. owners are scrambling to return the divorces >> wait until you see the links
people have gone to in order to send the defective smart phones back >> we warmed up today but to the 70's right now in philadelphia. 57 degrees. but tomorrow, 70's again. however, we're tracking the chance for showers, which areas most likely to see the chance of showers. and a cool be down. kevin hart returns to philadelphia. why he's in town and what he had to say about it next. janet jackson pregnant at 50. super star is expecting her first child shock some of her fans.
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galaxy note 7 returned, they include safety gloves are a precaution against possible fires or explosions as customers return the smart phones. samsung issued a warning telling them to turn off the galaxy note 7s because some phones caught fire the rumor is finally confirmed. janet jackson making it official. 50-year-old super star tells people magazine she is pregnant with her first child. the singer married billionaire businessman almana in 2012.
some consider this shocking because of jackson's age. is that line of thinking old-fashioned? >> nicole brewer talks to a medical expert about pregnancies later in life and this actually isn't uncommon >> not as much as you would think with the use of assisttive reproductive techniques, more and more children are having children later in life with the oldest giving birth at the age of 70. from subtle hints in her music to the postpone the re payment of her up breakable world tour >> my husband and i are planning our family. >> on wednesday janet confirm six months worth of pregnancy rumors >> she should do what makes them happy. >> leave janet jackson alone. let her do her thing >> a message for those who expressed shock and dismay over news the super star was having her first child. one twitter wrote i'd rather be
dead than have a baby at 50 but go on with yourself >> here's a woman that has the means and the threat of in bearing children. 50 or not 50. cool. one kid is at least taken care of >> there's a certain stigma once you're over 40 you're going to have a high risk problem >> this doctor specialses in high risk pregnancy. 10% of pregnancies involve women over 40. >> as women get older, people's health care is better, take better care of themselves, motivated to have healthy prigss once over 40 so they can modify the risks >> she says the risk for complications does increase dramatically as women age but most women between 45 and 50 need reproductive assistance using donor eggs >> the donor might be less than
35 or special genetic testing so those risks go down. >> something a lot of people brought up but wouldn't say on camera is how difficult they imagined it would be to care for a small child after a certain age and some questioned whether or not it's fair to that child. now, the doctor says while it can be done safely, you should consider if it's a fit for your lifestyle. in other words, are you willing to be up every hour with a newborn? do you want to be chasing after a toddler? let's not forget raising a teenager well into your 50s or 60's. for a lot of women and men, this is what they want in life. they want a child. so you have to imagine, if this is what they want, then it's great for them >> it works >> put your bad stuff -- >> thank you >> it's philly premier night. kevin hart is proving once again he is one of the funniest in any ways around, he hosted a special screening of his latest standard up kevin hart.
what now. >> at the united artist river view in south philly. he wants to remind everyone that what now was sold out at lincoln financial field >> i come home because i love the city that help make me the man that i am today and the young generation that may look at me and may think that i'm a dope dude or may think i'm funny or doing something right. they will get a bigger look i still come pack and take the time to bring attention easton. >> kevin hart what now, welcome home, young man. kate bilo joining us. it's been awesome the last few days. wonderful outside. >> i love fall. my favorite season. everybody says fall is tough because you just kind of see what's ahead. you see that the cold is coming. snow is coming. i don't think we got to live in the moment and enjoy the weather while it's here. let's live in the moment. we got a great stretch of weather. the worst thing i have in the
forecast for us is a stray shower tomorrow and a shower or two monday, otherwise no extreme heat, cold, rain and certainly no snow. so that, of course, is good news. it's pretty quiet out there. that's about to change. you can see why if you take a look at stormscan 3. notice the northeast is quiet. but here comes a cold front. it's moving through the great lakes tonight. does have showers along with it. steadier rainfall here and there, it does look as though most of the steady showers are going to miss us on the north but can't rule out a stray shower, ahead of that front is when we've been warming up. out ahead of the front we've seen winds switching from the south and west. that helps us get to the 70's, that's where we'll be tomorrow. certainly not as chilly tonight as recent nights. still 58 in philadelphia. 50 in reading, 49 in millville and 55 in allentown. so good night for sleeping. your cold front passes tomorrow, showers with it notice the steadiest is up across vermont new hampshire. we may pick up a stray one
especially in the the suburbs. honed the cold front, this cool canadian high builds in for friday. you're going to feel this nice cool crisp october air with temperatures in the mid 60's friday into the weekend. we start tomorrow way good deal of sunshine, this is 11:00 a.m. the clouds start to roll if by midday. couple showers here and there. very light and spotty. 3:00 tomorrow then they pretty much move on out and i think we'll see the return of sunshine before the day is through tomorrow. let's take a look at hurricane nicole. this is a dangerous situation for the island of bermuda. take a look at nicole's eye. well-defined and this storm continues to strengthen. neck, as of 11:00 it is now a category 4 major hurricane. the winds have jumped to 130 miles per hour. very dangerous and this is bearing down bermuda likely to make landfall looks like a direct hit. a category 3 hurricane this is pretty rare. bermuda tends to get grazed by a lot of storm but a direct hit by
a storm this strong doesn't happen often. with the winds, the waves and the threat for storage could be a very dangerous situation. we will keep you posted on that. 54 degrees in philadelphia. tomorrow partly sunny with that stray afternoon or evening shower. but the "eyewitness news" seven-day forecast looking really great for an october weekend. the past couple we've been dealing with rain here and there this weekend looks great. the three-day looking fantastic, sunshine, mid 60's and the next week if you like it a little warmer i know some of you are fans of the 70's, not just a decade. >> it was great decade. >> you're going to like next week. >> i'll put on my bell bottoms next week >> it's weather. >> i'm looking forward to that. you should wear those to work >> dude don't tell me. i'll do it >> he is right now. >> looking forward to that. >> i guess we're talking about sports, no bell bottoms for desean jackson. we will hear from the former eagles when he comes to town. another rookie gets tossed into the lime light.
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they're trying to help me >> he's a young guy with the coach making sure he gets the looks down. knows where it's coming from. works his hands well. you know, next guy up. >> as you get into the football game if you see that maybe a guy is needing help we can obviously help them with backs and tight ends like most teams. if everything is great and going as planned, then no, we just roll. >> so the eagles will hook up with an old friend me on sunday. they visit washington which means the former bird desean jackson spent his first six seasons in philly before he got booted by chip kelly. desean will be a free agent at the end of the season and hasn't ruled out a return to south philly. in fact, he's cool with the head coach >> doug pederson is actually a good friend of mine. we got a good relationship when he was a philly coaching. i don't have no bad taste in my
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