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if you've got a life, you gotta swiffer a mainline chipotle restaurant shut down after police find drugs in the bathroom. the other problems uncovered during the bust. explosive testimony expected to tomorrow on capitol hill. what fired fbi director james comey plans to tell lawmakers about his conversations with president trump >> not trying to be a hero. i appreciate all the this but
i'm an order guy. >> the customer risked his life to take down a robber inside a wawa. what the robber told the good samaritan in the middle of that struggle. good evening, i'm jessica dean. >> i'm ukee washington. the good samaritan tackled and fault a man half his age >> he talked about the incident with alexandria hoff who joins us live with more. alex? >> reporter: at this hour, this wawa is still pretty busy, a the 2:00 a.m. this morning, not so much. unfortunately for a would be robber, it was busy enough. >> just before 2:00 a.m. a man entered the wawa on cross keys in sicklerville and ordered the two female employees to the ground workers aren't the only ones there. >> there was a customer getting his coffee at the back camera. darryl >> all i wanted was a cup of coffee and bag of don't the >> it's his every day ruin, he
asked we only identify him for his r by his first name >> seeing the terrified employees, i sprung into action >> darryl tackled the gunman and fought him off two in a minute minutes >> anybody been in a fight, a two and a half minute fight is a long time >> he got the man out in time for police to arrive >> he was trying to apologize saying he's sorry, and can i please let him go? no. he hit me with a gun. busted my eye. tried to rob us. i can't get you go. >> the suspect has been identified at 26-year-old alexander ray at twice his age, darryl suffered fewer injuries just a few stitches and bandage >> one of his comments, i'm from winslow and this is not going to happen in my not suggest anyone action the way he did. buawrr from the frighten worker >> they let their family expect.
all i wanted was and a bag doughnuts. i'm thinking that the coffee and doughnutsr may little whil. police say if you're in a situation like darryl was bft thing you can do is get down or get out and make as many mental notes as possible so you can be the best witness that you can be. reporting live in sicklerville, alexandria hoff cbs3 thank you sexual assault trial of bill cosby, andrea constand finished her second day on the washington, dc, the lawyers incs in her testimony. she said she was sexual assaulted by cosby at his montgomery county home in 2004. constand's attorney said she held up well to the intense pressure questioning. a spokesman for cosby defended the comedian. >> we're proud of her because you see how difficult it is and then sexual assault victims are criticized for not coming
forward more quickly >> mr. cosby all his friends and and fans. he wants come inside the courtroom and hear the truth. cosby was animated our cramps caught him reacting to an order to reporters to turn off their phones. >> police make a drug bust at a chipotle in radnor, delaware county, police people including a restaurant employee are facing charge, "eyewitness news" was there as two of the suspects arrived for a court hearing. 22-year-old robert lane worked at the chipotle on lancaster avenue. undercover officers say they found a half pound of pot. he was also arrested. the police superintendent said the investigation began weeks ago. >> the employee would come out of the store with the marijuana on his person which indicates, obviously, that he had it on his person when he was handling food >> township health inspectors also found drug paraphernalia in the bathroom toilet tank and
numerous health code violations they ban together for a young boy who was shot in wilmington for a prayer circle offering prayers in support for the young boy and his mother. it happened yesterday on the 700 block of e 6th. the 6-year-old was shot in the head and his mother suffered cuts to her arm. wilmington police chief said the violence must end. >> senseless and things we're going to do moving forward, we have been doing is a small percentage of individuals going back and forth causing this violence. as you can see all the good people in the city are tired of it. >> last check, the young boy is still in critical condition, his mother has been released from the hospital. pennsylvania lawmakers were unveil a proposal tomorrow to strengthen the state's pay the crime law. they want to protect people with mental and physical disabilities. this move comes after several recent attacks on disabled people including this man with
cerebral palsy. earlier this week, this video surfaced showing a group of four teenagers attacking a mentally challenged man in germantown. police identified the suspects in both attacks. all eyes are on capitol hill tomorrow with former fbi director james comey is scheduled to testify about the 2016 election and if the trump campaign was involved. ahead of his testimony the senate intelligence committee revealed his opening statement. "eyewitness news" david spunt is in our satellite center with details on the testimony. david? >> it's going to be a big day in washington. the former fbi director testifies in the morning, a source close to james comey says he wanted his opening statement to be leaked early. that's what happened. comey said the president called the russian investigation a cloud. and asked what could be done to lift it. >> i donald john trump >> 48 hours after president trump took at the oath of office.
he and then fbi director james comey shook hands and embraced in a public setting. the situation reportedly made comey feel uncomfortable according to his friends. comey was fired in early may. a few days later, the president took to twitter and said, james comey better hope that there are no tapes of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press. but comey didn't need tapes. it kept detailed notes. and tomorrow morning, he'll highlight some of his meetings with the president in this seven-page opening statement. it describes specific meetings with trump including detailed conversations. comey said the president invited had to him dinner on january 27th. the two dine privately and according to comey, the president said, quote, i need loyalty, i expect loyalty, end quote. i didn't move. speak, or change my facial expression if any way during the awkward silence that followed according to comey. we looked at the each other in silence. when asked about the loyalty
question. the president denied it happened. >> no. no, i didn't. but i don't think it would be a bad question to ask. >> weeks later, comey said the president asked to speak to him alone. and brought up former national security advisor michael flynn. who was fired earlier this year for lying to vice president mike pence. according to comey, trump said i hope you can see your way clear to letting this go. to letting flynn go. the white house shot back. this is not a truthful or accurate portrayal of the conversation. >> earlier the president's personal attorney a man named mark kaplan reacted to the release by saying quote the president feels completely and totally vindicated. david spunt, cbs3 "eyewitness news." cbs3 news will carry the testimony live tomorrow morning joined norah o'donnell charlie roads and gail king starting at 10:00 a.m. one day before testifies, president trump announced his pick to replace the fired fbi
director, nominated christopher wray as the next director. he served in the department of justice from 2003 to 2005 and defended chris christie during the bridgegate scandal. paul ryan was not consulted but supports his decision >> i don't know the guy but i looked as his resume seems like the right -- seems like to me the perfect kind of person, i felt we should have a career person take over the fbi similar to deep bench of experience. he certainly seems to fit the bill >> a confirmation hearing will likely takes place in the infections next two weeks >> the delaware memorial bridge is back open after the fire caused the bridge to shut down several hour, sparks from welding tools hit construction material igniting the fire. both spans were shut down several hours we're about to show you the winning numbers in the 380.6
million dollar power ball, steady stream of people were in cherry hill on chapel avenue, there has not been ana winner since april 1st and a cash option is a cool 235 million dollars. 5, 21, 57, 66, 69, 13. i saw the billboard today. forgot >> maybe no one will win tonight. i don't know. >> drilling debate coast of new jersey and delaware >> it would be like living next to a 4th july fireworks going off weeks at a time >> plan to drill for oil in the atlantic ocean >> an egg a day does a body good.
the big benefits from making eggs for breakfast tomorrow morning. one of the top chevies in the country dishes out his secrets. how you can cook and help a great cause in tonight's taste with tori. >> another cool and very cloudy day. but that summer-like sizzle is around the corner, when to expect to return
atlantic. this week, a federal agency saw approval for five companies to begin testing at the sea floor from the delaware bay and heading south to florida. russian roulette with our beaches and water. >> we believe energy resources can be explored in a safe environmentally effective way >> self members of new jersey's congressional delegates have spoken out against oil exploration off the delaware bay. public comment is open until july 6th. . the animal care and control team of philadelphia is asking for the public's help finding new homes for dogs and cats. the agency says dogs and cat conventionals are currently at full capacity and to encourage adoptions they will be waiving adoption fees for all pets through sunday. an egg a day could be just what the doctor ordered for children. researchers found infants who ate one egg a day six months
grew taller and gained more weight. that's because eggs are packed with protein and mean had know acids tomorrow is the big day. the alex scott stand for hope telethon we dedicate a full day of on air funds raiser for the lemonade stand foundation >> to honor, vittoria woodill gives you a cookbook, found significant chefs on taste with tori. >> reporter: it's a rare occasion when you get to go behind the place that put a place holder on your pat let's forever creating a memory of the time you dined in the restaurant of a great chef. that's about to change. there's at a new cookbook you'll want to add to your bookshelf. alex's table. the alec's lemonade stand foundation first cookbook takes you out of the dining room and into the kitchens of great chefs
like mark vetri as they didn't hand you one recipe at a time to benefit the fight against childhood cancer >> we understand that we have restaurants and we make food but it's the -- this is the -- the hopitality industry and we're there for everything else and happy to help >> 13 years ago when alex's story propelled him to create the great chefs' event in 2006 an annual feast of food and the finest chefs benefitting the alex's lemonade stand >> it's a crazy enormous event that has a mind of its own and we just kind of make it happen by some magical thing. >> maybe it's alex >> maybe it is alex, watching over us. >> reporter: it's no question that mark would take part and share his recipe for perfectly seared tuna. >> segmented orange
>> you slice it just like this. >> vinegar and salt and pepper which mark calls the on the half ha. >> we have one thing that you finish it with, you start that i'll start this side. >> cheers. >> cheers. >> reporter: anything. >> taste like you're a professional or something. >> you know. >> i made some food in my life. >> to alex. >> to alex. >> reporter: don't forget to join us tomorrow for alex scott stand for hope, we need you to help fight childhood cancer. we'll be here all day until 8:00 p.m. going to give a lot of high
fives after 8:00 p.m. >> it's my first -- yes. >> special day. >> a lot of people will be coming here to make donations traveling through decent weather to get here >> mother nature will cooperate for big event tomorrow. really pleasant day. could be clouds rolling in but breaking this pattern, get rid of the clouds, kicking them out. we did that rehoboth beach getting a type laps throughout the day started off with low clouds, dreary conditions, but sunshine did break out for the second half. it's got a little bit busier as did the beach. throughout the day but temperatures they did struggle you can see in that time laps in the 50's and 60'ss along the coast because of that easterly wind but we already see the wind shifted now out of the south, temperatures still cool, 60 right now as we get a live look at center city philadelphia. and the skies are clear. we did see the clearing
throughout the evening hours, gave us a nice view of the sunset but temperatures they were very cool once again, 67, our high temperature, cooler than yesterday, we should be at 80, as far as normal is concerned. it was a cool start down at 54 and temperatures right now general the in the 50's at many reporting sights, chilly in mount pocono at 46, 43 in atlantic city and 60 in wilmington, we had unusually warm april, cooler an average may and off to a cool start for june, once we factor in temperatures for the upcoming weekend, i think the number will go up, the weekend looking great and feeling summer like, 84 mostly sunny on saturday. bright sunshine o high temperature soariernight tonigh clear and chilvariable. tomorrow, clouds especially eas.
stormscan 3 wee lo level cloud association with his low pressure systevee models tellin bother us too much as we head to tomorrow, overnight,le quiet as we wake up thursday, beautiful, the dogs, we do see clouds creeping in association with the low, along the coast, south jersey, north and west mostly sunny throughout the day and we clear out as we head to the evening hours, poconos forecast. looking great. especially on saturday the kickoff a stray to r thunderstorm. it will be cool along coast with easterly wind, temperatures in the 60's up up into the middle
70's along i95 and in the northwest suburbs lehigh valley and poconos high temperatures milder tomorrow and then hot for everyone as we head into the end of the weekend and check out next week, low 60's will. and steamy conditions. >> i'm not so sad to see those 60's go. >> hello. >> don is here with sports. >> it's like 93. >> three days in a row. a jersey kid visits the sixers while a canadian drops in on the flyers. the phillies look to stay
pakendricks, brandon phillips, coming, he beats the throw, 1-0 braves. two on for swanson. three-run shot. phils trailing 4-0, eickhoff giving up four runs. in the seventh, braves breaking the game wide open with four runs in the frame, take it for the two-run double off of maikel franco and it was so bad that an bran co came into to pitch in it eighth eighth. they snap the four game winning streak refrain-1. no o ta, but they resume tomorrow is the novacare complex. one of the top two prospects in hockey visited the flyers, they have the second overall pick on the nfl draft, 18-year-old center nolan patrick met with
team doctors in voorhees, patrick is recovering from hernia. >> you want to do your due diligence and that's what we're doing. cross the t to say dot the is and make sure we know what's going on, this is part of the process as you mentioned we have a top pick >> did he say the process? on the nba draft on june 22. '6ers former notre dame star was on the floor. the medford new jersey native played at st. joe's prep. he's happy to get a try-out >> 15 minutes down the road come down here and put on a jersey and some of the guys just really great experience. i'm grateful for the opportunity, and you know, trying to come out here and, you know, show people what i can do. >> welcome home. bro. >> angels and tigers, this
8-year-old fan yo look at your jersey, you know, who i am? you got to wear my jersey. let's do the switch roo. will that work for you? and it did >> look at his smile. >> he's like yo can i get in autograph? i got you >> he gave him a bat. >> that's great. >> yeah, watch this. look at me now. >> that's great. >> thank you. >> kevin hart returns to where it started. >> up next, where some of his loyal fans had a chance to meet the star tonig
the central library with his new book, titled i can't make this up, life lessons. he describes the hard work and determination that led to success and many difficult times as well. kevin grew up in north philadelphia. he attended both the community college of philadelphia and temple university. his book is on sale now and don't forget kevin hart day until on july 6th. we'll be right back. until on july 6th. we'll be right back. from the time i was pregnant with him, had so much life and energy in him. he wanted out, and he wanted to conquer the world. right now, quinton's goal is to be a doctor. it's not easy being a single parent with three kids and having to provide for them. but my son will be an amazing doctor, and he'll help people that are less fortunate. no matter where you are in your college journey, sallie mae can help you find the money you need.
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