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"dany," has brown hair and brown eyes. boy: i know a guy's classmate who really wants to run away because he's so frustrated that his parents are being mean to him. what should he do? girl: he should have a friend that's always there for him. you can always be there for him and just support him through whatever times he has. and he needs to remember that even though he's a kid and he thinks he knows what he's doing, he doesn't know anything. second girl: you really should encourage him to talk to an adult--someone he trusts. it doesn't have to be his parents, but it could be a counselor or a teacher or someone he trusts. alex: don't go away. we'll be right back with more missing cases. girl: children should always check first with a trusted adult before they go anywhere. make sure they never accept any gifts or get into a car with someone they don't know.
boy: always make sure young children are within your watch when shopping or playing. it only takes a few moments for a child predator to make contact with an innocent child. alex: welcome back. here are some mysteries which we need your help to solve. maybe you recognize one of these individuals. autom dillon was last seen on june 6, 2016 near her home in tallahassee, florida.
17-year-old autom has a history of running away from home. autom has pierced ears, and has a rose tattooed on her right thigh, and the name "nana" tattooed on her left forearm. autom is 5-feet, 6-inches tall, and weighs 126 pounds. missing from naperville, illinois, 16-year-old destiny anderson was last seen on june 30, 2016. destiny is believed to have run away from home. she has multiple tattoos on her right arm, chest and abdomen. destiny has black hair and brown eyes, but she often dyes her hair or wears wigs of various colors, and she may be wearing colored contact lenses. you go to the store, leaving your young children at home alone. while you're out, a salesman or workman comes to your house.
what should you have taught your children to do? check the man's i.d., and if it looks official, let him in? only let him in if he says, "your mom told me it was ok to come in while she's out"? or don't open the door, and tell the man to come back? asking for an i.d. won't do any good. lots of phony i.d.s look official. they should always keep the door locked and tell him to come back. missing from st. petersburg, florida since december 19, 2014, 15-year-old mya grooms is believed to have run away from home. mya may have travelled to tampa or wesley chapel, florida. she may use the alias last name "edwards." an endangered runaway from seattle, washington, tiariyan marr was reported missing on may 25, 2016. 15-year-old tiariyan, who uses the nickname "titi," may have travelled to kent,
washington. missing from van nuys, california since may 28, 2016, 15-year-old dreanna hermosillo ran away from home, possibly to oakland, california. dreanna is 5-feet tall an and weighs 118 pounds. motieka longtree is missing from ronan, montana. she was last seen may 18, 2016. 15-year-old motieka, who uses the nickname "tieka," may still be in the local area. she's 5-foot-4 and weighs 137 pounds. 17-year-old grace torrence was last seen in converse, texas on april 17, 2016. she may have travelled to san antonio.
grace's hair is black but may be dyed bright red. the endangered runaway may need medical attention. last seen on may 17, 2016, ryley lenane is an endangered runaway from macomb, illinois. 15-year-old ryley may have travelled to missouri. he may use the alias name "ryley smith" or "jason mendenhall. remember, call your local authorities if you have any information about these or any other missing cases. visit our website, www.usamissing.com, for more information. when we come back, valuable information on how to keep you and your family safe. we'll return right after this brief break. girl: at night, always sit near the driver on an empty bus. if you order a taxi, make sure the taxi that arrives is the one you ordered. if you have doubts, don't get in.
girl: speak openly to your kids about safety issues. it is vitally important that your children are aware of their surroundings at all times. alex: your help is vital in locating missing people. please look closely at these next cases. a troubled teen with a history of running away from home, zakiyyah copeland-taylor was last seen in pleasantville, new york on june 18, 2016. zakiyyah had previously lived in east harlem, new york, and may have travelled there. 17-year-old zakiyyah has black hair and brown eyes. she's 5-foot-2 and weighs 134 pounds.
caught in the middle of a custody battle between her parents, adinda curry has been missing from carmichael, california since june 26, 2016. authorities fear that the 7-year-old may have been taken to indonesia by her mother. adinda has brown hair and brown eyes. when last seen, she was 4-feet-tall and weighed 40 pounds. time now for our family safety tip--important information for everyone you love. boy: come on, mom, we need the passes. second boy: and the lunch money. mom: boys, please, give me 5 seconds. second boy: but the lines are getting longer. mom: calm down, you maniacs. the passes are...here. boy: got 'em! mom: meet us at lunch at the food court, and try to stay together! alex: the instructions from this mom are ambiguous. she needs to
make a specific plan. mom: ah, not so fast. now, the plan is, you ride all the rides in the park. got that? boy: good plan. second boy: what about the lunch money? mom: lunch money will be distributed when we meet at the food court at 1 p.m. got that? boy: got it. dad: show me watches. that's good, sweetie. mom: and remember, always... stay together. boy: ok. second boy: yeah. mom: got jeanne's identification card? dad: yep. got it. alex: parents should always devise a plan for their kids and make sure they understand it and stick to it. now, a behind-the-scenes look at the work done at the national center for missing and exploited children. steve: we add maturity to a child's face, and this is a child who's been missing for at least two years or longer. in the last 23 years, we've aged over 5,000 missing children. i would say your fine artist is probably your best artist for
this type of work. and that old idiom "the apple doesn't fall far from the tree" is true in most cases, so we can get an idea as to their maturity based on the family. it's an image based on hope that when we put it out there that somebody who actually knows that child, that missing person, would recognize them from the image we have created. it's proven itself. it does work. alex: the national center for missing and exploited children has this telephone hotline for tips and information about missing individuals. don't go away. "missing" returns right after this brief break. so far, more than 725 individuals we featured on our show have been found.
girl: take full length and height photos of your children every 6 months for identification purposes. keep the photos in a safe and easy-to-remember place at home. john: hi, i'm john clark, president and ceo of the national center for missing and exploited children. for more than 30 years now, we've worked with law enforcement and families, and every day missing children are coming home. and we still need your help. pictures work. one in six of the children featured in our photo distribution effort is recovered because of the tips and leads of caring people just like you. if you have any information about the children featured in this program, call us at 1-800-the-lost. alex: you are now about to see a recap of all the missing individuals featured in today's show. take a good look once again. you might recognize someone.
thank you. i'm alex paen. alex: next time, on "missing"... recognize a face? help solve a mystery. kidnapping victims. runaway teens. family abductions. each week, thousands of individuals are reported missing across the united states. authorities need your assistance to locate these missing children and adults. if you know anything about a missing persons case, report it to your local police, or the fbi. you can make a difference.
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live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia, this is cbs3 "eyewitness news" at 11:00. making voices heard for a fifth day in a row. demonstrators take to the streets of philadelphia speaking out against donald trump's presidential win and tonight his message to the protesters. meantime, the president-elect is wasting no time building his team. today he selected the first two members of his administration, evening i'm natasha brown,
thanks for joining us. donald trump will also need to appoint a supreme court justice. the president elect also discussed the protests happening like the one here in philadelphia today. telling the demonstrators that they don't need to be afraid. cbs3 correspondent fills us in now on all of the days developments. in his first tv interview, donald trump told 60 minutes he won't challenge marriage quality. lesley stall asked him if he wants the court to appeal row versus wade >> it would go back to the states. it could go back to the >> some women won't be able to get an abortion >> by state >> well, perhaps have to go to another state >> trump also acknowledged he's relying on lobbyiests on his transition team >> they know at the system right now, but we're going to phase
that out >> on sunday, trump announced who key appointments, chairman of the republican national committee reince priebus will serve as white house chief of staff, steve bannon will be chief strategist. a campaign statement referred to the two men as equal partners. the administration will face growing tensions at protests spread across the country for a fifth day. >> racism and homophob obey will go unheard >> and into the night. from san francisco to new york. security is growing tighter, barricades been set up as protesters vowed to keep demonstrating on the days and weeking to come >> how long do you plan to be out here >> as long as it takes until our message gets across. >> reporter: in the interview with 60 minutes, trump asked protesters not to fear his presidency >> we're going to bring our country back. certainly don't be afraid >> he says he wants people to
give him a chance. cbs news new york. the president-elect also says he won't accept the $400,000 salary that comes with the office. recent reports of racist behavior have surfaced. anita oh has the latest from the university of pennsylvania where minority students they they're under attack. >> it's shocking. >> reporter: from fear to anger, shock to sadness, students are reacting to recent reports of hateful acts targeting minorities after tuesday's presidential election >> it sends a message that it's acceptable. that we condone this through our democratic election. radnor township are investigating after a black student reported three men assaulted her and knocked her to the ground while yelling president-elect trump's name. it happened this night under the septa station on campus
>> i didn't expect in. >> reporter: in response. the university finds this conduct deplorable and considers this racist behavior that runs completely counter to our values. the naacp's philadelphia chapter also harshly condemned the violence >> it's tragic and unfortunate that something like that would happen as the result of what is called a democrat process. >> reporter: this was a response to a group target african-american american freshman at the university of pennsylvania in which students received threatening messages, including a calendar event marked daily lynching >> that's a real hate driven crime. i don't get that. >> i feel a bit scared. >> reporter: there was also hope >> recent days you may have seen more people adding a safety pen to their clothing, a jess chamber that means you're safe
with me. >> if you're angry it's a time to bind together as a nation. >> reporter: anita oh cbs3 "eyewitness news." police meantime are investigating a rash of violent attacks that took place saturday in center city. police stay an off-duty police officer is among several victims who were assaulted by a large group of juveniles. joe holden reports. >> reporter: police swarmed the 1600 block of walnut street in center city just after 6:00 saturday. investigators say a group of teens assaulted as many as a half dozen people. an off-duty police officer detective and his wife were caught up. both punched. the detective's bone was fractured. an eyewitness who did not want to go on camera told cbs3 the teens four or five dozen had crowded around 17th and walnut. he says he heard a scream then watched the teenagers run there was traffic, jump on cars and randomly hit and punch people
along the way >> it's crazy. my brother works down the road. it's usually a pretty good area. i was walking down here earlier. i wouldn't expect something like that. this block of walnut is crowded and heavily traveled generally it's pretty busy. i can't believe something like that would happen. >> the eyewitness to the attack said he overhead talk this was coordinated over social media. many people weren't aware of what happened 24 hours earlier >> i would say be on extra alert. tensions are a little high. >> philadelphia police made two arrests. both are juveniles. in center city, i'm joe holden cbs3 "eyewitness news." ? >> new tonight, one firefighter suffered a minor leg injury baileying a two alarm blaze. flames broke out 7:45 on east
. let's turn to good news, the birds big win, the eagles shutdown the nfl highest scoring team at the linc, sports director don bell joins us they really needed this >> this was a got to have. they averaged three points per game. but on any given sunday, desperation can turn a decent game into a great one. we fast forward. eagles trying to protect a four point leave, matt ryan going to deep to gabriel and he is gone. 76 yards. felons take a 15-13 lead. ryan matthews possessed today 109 yards on the ground, two touchdowns, eagles up 21-15, birds up by nine later. trying to protect this lead. ryan, picks off by leo at his
mckelvin, eagles win 24-15. i look at it as 1 and 0 as the second half on the season, that was my message to the team all week. we need to start one and 0. in the second half. >> it's a big game for us as an offense and team to pull off a tight win like this. i'm obviously halfway through the season, to get this win, to go in the plus category. it's huge but you know, i think the bit thing we pulled one out in the end, and we haven't done that yet >> you hear carson talking about being in the plus category, win column, five and four, four and zero at home. something happens when they play in front of the home crowd. they're pretty good good undefeated right now. >> brotherly love, i'll tell you. thank you so much. birds fans were fired up as you can imagine after the big game. they had plenty to say about the win. >> writhe matthews showed up. he was gone all year,