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>> we got a call, 911 call, from a family member who arrived home to discover her mother deceased. >> reporter: the 55-year-old woman, well-respected psychiatrist, works with younger people, in the early morning hours killed in front of her house. police went door-to-do. this neighbor didn't want his face on camera. >> i'm a light sleeper, certainly would have heard something like a gunshot or a scream or something like that. >> reporter: police obviously wanted to know who killed the doctor, a half hour after arriving at the skeep they gcena phone call. >> an individual claiming responsibility for the incident. provided enough detail that we gave it attention and responded to his location. >> reporter: that person was picked up at this home not far away from the crime scene. police aren't identify the victim or person who said he killed her. the center where the doctor worked put out a statement
basically saying they're working with law enforcement and they extend prayers to the victim's family. employees and neighbors a lot of nice things to say about her. >> found me in the yard, stopped, roll the window down, park her car and we'd talk for a half hour. that's the kind of lady she was. >> neighbors have told us a lot about the victim and professional colleagues. police haven't formally identified her. we are not go to say her name until they have contacted family members. we'll bring you more details as we keep digging and uncover new parts of the story. tim furlong, nbc 10 news. new tonight, now hearing from the father of brendan creato, the child whose body was found near the river. the father placed the 911 call to police.
>> 911. >> i woke up and my 3-year-old's missing. >> you didn't hear anything or see anything? nothing like that? >> no. i just woke up and he wasn't in my apartment. i won know if he wanded out or what happened. the door was locked. i guess he unlocked it and left. >> the father dialed 911 after 6:00 tuesday morning. within three hours, detectives combing the wooded area where brendan was discovered. a course close to the investigation tells nbc 10 m brendan did not wander to the riv offer alone, he was placed there. >> i don't like feeling unrest of what happened. i would like to know what happened. >> investigators reveal today the autopsy is pending and right now his cause and manner of death are unknown. father and extended family are cooperating with investigators. first alert weather. temperatures started to drop. today's cool weather, eight to break it to you, just the begin
going better start getting used to in. meteorologist sheena parveen. >> another drop going into the weekend. today, noticeable cooler than yesterday. going to stay like this as we end out the week. weekend forecast, much colder than it was today. right now, though, we are dry on satellite and radar. rain back off to the west. light rain. locally we have clouds around. i don't expect rain from those clouds. but we will see them clearing as we go overnight tonight. 67 degrees philadelphia weep have 50s just up to the north and west. that's that cooler air mass in place. but come this weekend, colder air mass up to the north, that's moving. right now, still mid to low 60s through the lehigh valley. 63 allen town. 61 redding, 65 wilmington. mill have a 65. numbers getting cooler tonight. with clouds around by 6:00 p.m., mid-60s. still breezy. 8:00, low 60s.
clouds break up and once they do so, it will allow us to get cooler. by 10:00 p.m., in the 50s. and we'll be in the 40s for most of the area by tomorrow morning. but colder into the weekend. i'll show you numbers and how told it will be as we go into sunday morning coming up. after eight years, philadelphia's police commissioner is stepping aside. >> charles ramsey will retire at the beginning of next year. signed up for the job when mayor nutter took office, and for the past eight years he's worked to cut crime in the city. homicides are down 33%, robberies and shootings are down, too. ramsey previously the top cop in washington, d.c., where he saw a drop in violent crimes. a speech today he said the job is not done yet. >> there are still neighborhoods that are farragfar too unsafe. too many people being shot on the streets, too many murders, robberies, too much crime.
>> spearheaded a reform process the police department. he initiated a department of justice investigation into police-involved shootings and use of force. today, mayor michael nutter got very emotional as he thanked commissioner ramsey for making philadelphia a safer city. >> thank you for making my city a safer city. there are young people alive today who ten years ago may not have lived in our city. >> what part of commissioner ramsey's legacy will be a dropping murder rate. we looked at overall numbers and found some crime did go up. mitch? >> guys, no doubt when commissioner ramsey started the job he faced uphill battle. today less crime in philadelphia than there was when he started except for one major crime arc
violent crime. >> we're fortunate to have in philadelphia the best police commissioner in the united states of america. >> reporter: the mayor's comments are personal, the facts are plain as charles ramsey took over as police commissioner. he faced a city that saw more than one murder a day. when he started, an average of 2 1/2 people were raped in philadelphia, 10,000 robberies, more than 11,000 cars stolen. by end of his first full year in 2009, 90 fewer murders and 60 fewer rapes, robbery down, too. >> when our murder rate was skyrocketing it wasn't because commissioner ramsey was doing a terrible job. when the murder rate goes down, it's because he does a different job. >> reporter: the pennsylvania aclu kept a close eye on the tactics philadelphia police used to keep crime down. the nbc 10 investigators have highlighted one of the most controversial called stop and frisk. we discovered, under ramsey, philly police stopped and
frisked a significant number of people without reasonable suspici suspicion. >> stop and frisk in philadelphia is definitely a part of his legacy. >> reporter: the commissioner had watched the city's murder rate climb in 2010 and 2011, the peak under his leadership came in 2012, 331 murders. as the murder rate climbed, number of rapes fell until 2013, when the city saw more rape in a decade. in both 2013 and 2014, more than 1200 people rapeed in philadelphia. the only crime that didn't go down under ramsey's tenure. do you think philadelphia's safer because charles ramsey was the commissioner? >> i can't answer that. i don't know that anybody can answer that. >> now besides philadelphia's crime statistics, nbc 10 investigators, we also reviewed national crime statistics and during that same period of time, nationally, crime is down, both murder and rape. during ramsey's ten ushg the
city of philadelphia gained over 100,000 residents. that could have an impact on crime. for the investigators, mitch blacher, nbc 10. of course, charles ramsey's recognized nationwide. august, lester holt was in philadelphia and talked about policing with ramsey. one issue they talked about, body cameras. ramsey says the most important thing about this, or any crime fighting tool, is making sure it's practical for the officers. >> if you're on a robbery in progress, man with a gun, a guy running out of the store, first thing you're going to think about hitting a button, hit record, i don't think so. what's the practical part of it? >> we have more on the retirement of charles ramsey at 5:30. hear in his own words what he plans to do first when he retires. probably not what you expect. we'll take a look back at the events that will define ramsey's career here in philadelphia.
from delaware bureau, a police officer accused of theft by false pretense and forgery. indictment was handed down after a nine-month investigation, 40-year-old roberta harlow, charges stem from a beach rental property agreement in delaware. free on bail tonight. she's suspended from work without pay. hurricane sandy victims run ug out of time to file flood claims in connection with the storm. thursday, the agency will stop taking claims of fraud and abuse from third party contractors. only 10% of the 144,000 claims filed through the national flood insurance program have been reviewed. those shortchanged awarded $16,000. mayors in lehigh valley backing a renewed push to bring rail service back to the area. mayors from allentown, bethlehem and back thiing the initiative. rail service from philadelphia,
new york, new jersey, harrisburg from lehigh valley. septa buses would be involved too. it would more more than ten years before in came to fruition. the contractor charged with murder in the deadly market street collapse has now taken the stand in his own defense. he say his took the job with no train, the demolition or construction. plus, caught on tape. a plane falling from the sky. then, a plume of smoke. tonight, new details on who was killed in the plane and on the ground. get your tissues ready. how one father made his daughter's walk down the aisle even more special. why it almost didn't happen.
this is nbc 10 news. new video from florida tonight. this is a trailer park in the flames came from the plane that crashed into a trailer. two people were killed. and as nbc's kerry sapders reports, federal investigators >> reporter: the national transportation safety board along with local law enforcement is trying to determine what the cause was in this plane crash. >> we'll be looking at experience of the pilot. we'll be looking at weather he may have flown through. all aspects or phases of the flight will be reviewed the.
>> reporter: plane went down around 6:00 p.m. yesterday into this mobile home park in palm beach county, florida. some believe that there were people inside those mobile homes. >> the explosion and fire that followed captured on home video and, at the same time, a security camera rolling not too far away and you can see on that security camera as the plane came down. now the ntsb does not know why the plane came down. they do know that there's an airport about three miles from here. >> very fortunate in a mobile home park it wasn't a larger and only two homes affected. >> reporter: there's a man here, his daughter, he believes, was hit by the plane when it went down. in palm beach county, florida, kerry sanders, nbc news. elsewhere, the sinking of this cargo ship that went down lurer during hurricane joaquin
resulted in $100 million lawsuit. today the family of a sailor who was on the ship announced the lawsuit against the boat's owner and captain. the sailor was among 33 people who died when the freighter sank east of the ba hhamas two week ago. gabrielle giffords issued a new call to protect women and families from gun violence. gi give mord /* giffords announced women's coalition for common sense. the goal, to keep guns out of the hands of abusers and stalkers. >> we have a problem in our country. too many women are dying from gun violence. >> the new coalition made up of female policymakers, teachers and celebrities. final farewell for civil rights leader jerry month desire. family, friends and community
leaders gathered to sell bright the life of jerome wyatt mondesire. today would have been his 66th birthday. he passed away ten days ago. he was a journalist and an activist. he took over the philadelphia chapter of the naacp in 1991 and was a founding member of the philadelphia association of black journalists. >> a warning to residents in newark, new castle county. a man tried to pass himself off as a city employee to gain access to a woman's home. a university of delaware student opened her door to the man. he had a claim board and seemed legitimate but didn't have any i.d. she let him inside for two minutes and he took off. newark wants residents to know employees drive cars that are clearly marked. in south jersey, old scam new twist, targeting small businesses. threat tonight ton off office
unless they pay that day with a prepaid call. after they purchased the card, a customer will hear when calling a real pse&g customer line. pennsylvania and two other state as agreed to work together to attract shale gas developments and also jobs. agreement signed during the tri-state summit in morgantown, west virginia. includes pennsylvania, west virginia, ohio. three states coordinate marketing efforts, academic research and investment strategies. shell gas is available through fracking. the u.s. energy information administration reports three states have had 85% of the increase in u.s. natural gas production since 2012. follow-up on a story we told you about last month. the ramapo forest remains closed
because of aggressive bear on the prowl. october 5th, the department trapped and killed a bear. d.e.p. says it's not sure it's the same bear that three different sets of hikers saw acting aggressively. the department will decide later whether to reopen the forest. now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. with meteorologist sheena parveen. >> well, the clouds are with us and so is the cool air. so today, quite cooler than yesterday. here's live look out in the poconos with the fall foliage. still seeing clouds around. no rain with the clouds, though. now end of the week will stay cool. so tomorrow, friday will be pretty similar to today. more sunshine tomorrow. but temperatures stay cool. but we go into the weekend. another cooldown, bigger cooldown. talking colder temperatures and with that, we are going to see 30 degree temperatures especially sunday morning and monday morning. some areas will be right around freezing. right now, here's a live look
out at cape may. we have just about partly cloudy skies. but we've had overcast skies for part of the day, cape may 66. little bit of a breeze out there but it's cool everywhere in the mid-60s. yesterday 70s. 76 the high. age high dropping down to 67 degrees. so far that's where we've been. tomorrow, thursday, staying that way. big drop-off as we go into the weekend. high temperature saturday. only in the upper 50s. i think most of the area, if not everyone, staying in the 50, barely getting 60 degrees. if you're lucky you might get to 60. right now 60s. mid-60s for the area. low 60s north and west. with that cloud cover still in place. so the cool air is here, clouds are hering but rain, that's farther off to the west. right around western pennsylvania. i don't think showers should make it in. wouldn't be surprised a sprinkle. overnight clouds clearing. future weather, clouds clear up overnight, cooler through the
overnight hours. we stay cool going into tomorrow. and friday. but another cold front moves through friday. this is the big one, this is dropping the weekend temperature. take a look saturday. cool air mass moves in, really sets in saturday night and sunday morning. by sunday morning, we are looking at temperatures in the 30s. this will be lasting even into monday morning. so remember that when kids go to the bus stop monday morning they need to be bundled up. much colder than tonight. tonight, temperatures low 40s through the lehigh valley. philadelphia for the low, 43. millville, 46 wilmington. tomorrow, more sunshine than today. but still cool. 65, 68 through the afternoon. and mid-60s for friday more clouds friday. can't rule out isolated showers. most of us should be dry. go into the weekend. sunshine a dry weather pattern sets up but temperatures go down, 58 saturday. 55 degrees on sunday. wind will be with us across the
weekend, too. morning lows upper 30s. philadelphia near freezing north and west. monday morning looking at even colder morning and, yeah, it's going to stay what way to start off next week but we do warm into the upper 60s by wenz. >> thanks. israelis and palestinians trading accusations. recording i what alpalestinian n tried to run through. >> reporter: outside the do mass cuss gate police maintain a strong presence. wasn't too far away from where we're standing that israeli police shot killed armed palestinian man. our cameras are rolling as this event unfolded. a palestinian man came towards israeli checkpoint, israeli police attempted to stop him and
it was at that point according to police the man arm with a knife attempted to stab one of the israeli police officer officials. managed to run down steps before israeli police opened fire. shooting and killing. identified as i palestinian man, resident of jerusalem. the second attack to take place here. there was an attack after that unthat happened in central jerusalem at a bus station where a plalestinian man approached a woman, stabbed her. her situation is stable that man was also shot and killed by israeli police. all of these incidents come on a week that there's been heightened tensions between israelis and palestinians. the israeli military deployed 300 personnel to beef up security at checkpoints. >> the recent wave of attacks against israeli civilians challenge any police force.
lack ug down neighborhoods is the wrong response. >> both sides are akugs the other being responsible for the latest wave of violence. nbc news, jerusalem. >> the bottle may say natural or herbal but doctors are urging people to take caution before they take certain supplements. but first -- served their community side by side for 50 years. next, special honor for these life-long crossing guards.
wedding day spepgs survived a coma, is blind in one eye. after working with physical therapists he did one thing doctors and his daughter didn't think would be possible in friend of 75 friends and relatives. he walked his daughter down the aisle. surely not a dry eye in the house. the father, also performed the ceremony and even danced with his daughter at the wedding. >> asked about it afterwards and said moment i touch my daughter's hand i knew i had the confidence and knew i could do it. >> right. get through it. incredible. two south jersey crossing guards highly decorated. >> the reason they started their 50th year of service. helen and claire were hired at cherry hill week as part in 1965. they have been serving outside horace man and rustle knight schools ever since. town council and cherry hill's police chief presented the women with service awards reserved to
sworn officers who served 15 years. the mayor presented with a proclamation, designating a day in their honor. well deserved. >> absolutely. >> some firefighters responded to an unusual rescue call today. and this was the end result. how this man covered in muck got into a messy situation. fbi calling it the largest crackdown on child sex trafficking. where investigators say these crimes against children were taking place in atlantic city. plus, contractor facing murder charges in the deadly market street collapse has been on the stand all afternoon. doug shimell is in the courtroom. an update next. vince mazzeo-
fighting to save atlantic county. chris brown's attacks? the press calls them "embarrassing" political "posturing." the truth? chris brown and will pauls opposed the atlantic city rescue plan, even though it would save thousands of our jobs. we already know they're propped up by north jersey casino interests. and pauls even wanted the vote to allow north jersey casinos "this year." now they brag about helping atlantic county. but there's a word for politicians like that. hypocrite.
this is nbc 10 news. >> right now at 5:00, taking the stand. griffin campbell charged with murder for the market street dpla collapse 2013. >> on the stand for hours and the testimony in the last half hour. doug shimell has been in the courtroom all day. he stepped out and joins us on the phone. >> reporter: you know the story griffin campbell is telling the jury is that he had no normal training in demolition or construction or being a contractor. he never finished high school, he had a random series of jobs,
ran a food truck where he made some money and started buying rehabbing abandoned homes. but he only demolished two small row homes prior to working on the now infamous mark streit demolition and found out about that project by meeting the demolition architect who has been given immunity by the prosecutors and he says that he handled everything from bids and paperwork and funnel work to campbell. campbell would give $5,000 back to expedite paperwork and his attorney said did you think anything wrong and he said, i don't know any better. he agreed to demolish the complex but didn't have a general contractor license and he said, plato took him over, paid $200, campbell had back
taxes to be paid and set up installment agreement and says once he got that contractor's license, he kept funneling other jobs to him while he was ramping up and trying to work on market street. he said he never worked on a demolition job that big, calling it massive. and campbell says there was absolutely no discussion with plato about job site safety plans and said the only time he was told to stop work on the demolition was when lni said that campbell's insurance was instui instui insufficient but he took care of that and work resumed. testimony ended two hours short of details. >> sitting in the courtroom as campbell testified that he has no experience, in his words. have you been able to see how the victim's family reacted to campbell's testimony? >> yeah, representatives, i think just about all of the six victims, maybe other family
there from others who were injured and they have civil suits pending. they've kept fairly flat and nonemotive, most taking copious notes. they've declined to talk to media coming and going to court. but obviously, hearing, you know, some of the oversight, lack of training, some of the things that griffin campbell admitted to, no safety plans, has got to be gut wrenching on a number of different levels. >> doug shimell on the phone talking to us about griffin campbell, charged with murder for the deadly market street collapse in 2013. doug, thank you. >> sure. philadelphia's police commissioner charles ramsey announces retirement. he will step down in january and that's his decision is personal, not political. mayor nutter says the city should credit ramsey with cutting the crime rate down 30%.
when asked what's next, enjoy lemonade on his porch, ramsey said this -- >> well, lemonade, only spiked with something. but, no. i'm going to stay involved. but first thing i'm going to do, is probably take january and my wife and i will go somewhere and relax. >> r&r, nothing wrong with that. ramsey says his wife has been supportive as they have moved from chicago to d.c. to phillie. they'll continue to work if a law enforcement capacity after taking a break. ramsey's 47-year career in law enforcement included stops in three major cities. >> his accomplishments earned national respect. m monique braxton has more. >> reporter: commissioner ramsey called a police officer's policeman. he has close to 50 years of law enforcement experience, snevg his hometown of chicago, deputy
superintendent, and chief in washington, d.c. while there, he participated in high profile investigations, such as bombing of the pentagon by terrorists on 9/11 and murder of federal prison intern chandra levy. >> good afternoon. >> reporter: ramsey arrived in philadelphia 2008 after appointed police commissioner by mayor numbtter. in all, eight officers killed while commissioner. the funeral prosegs changed under ramsey's reign with police from rank and file to patrol officers walking in unison. >> eight families without their loved one and strength and courage they've shown has given me strength and courage to move on. >> reporter: both nationally and internationally recognized by his peers in law enforcement. >> last year -- >> reporter: president barack obama named ramsey co-chair of the president's task force on
21st century policing to seek ways to strengthen police community relations all across the country. >> philadelphia is, was, and will be, very, very lucky to benefited from talent and dedication of police commissioner charles ramsey. >> reporter: but ramsey faced controversy during his tenure. defends the department's policy of stop and frisk and called the black lives matter movement narrowly focused suggesting a dialogue that leads to change. >> it's been a good ride. i've been blessed. >> ramsey honored by dozens of organizations across the country. i heard him say, when he retires, he plans to stay in philadelphia. this morning, he said, he hopes to spend time with his wife of 30 years. and by the way, his son, charles ramsey jr., just graduated from the police academy. in the digital operations center, monique braxton, nbc 10 muz. >> legacy will live on.
following the decision making process for the next commissioner. get updates nbc10.com or nbc 10 news app. to this now, police found an important piece of the puzzling death of a south jersey mother. looking for a pickup truck that jessica often used. she was found dead october 6th in hamilton township, mercer county. investigators aren't saying how she died. self-cars in philadelphia's frankfurt neighborhood hit by gunfire. the cars parked on bermuda street hit by bullets around 3:00 p.m. one bullet hit a man's home, traveling into a wall. no one was hurt, there were no arrests. 88-year-old man critically injured in an accident monday has died. he was pulling out of his drive a in townsend, driving a farm
tractor, when hit by a motorcycle. police say the crash caused the motorcycle's gas tank to rupture. the drive or of the motorcycle wasn't wearing a helmet and also died at the scene. all used to tipping at a restaurant. one famous restaurant owner is getting rid of the tradition. what it means for waiters and customers. people take them for good health. doctors have a new warning about supplements and why they're sending thousands to the hospital.
the emergency room visit involve young adults. many complained of heart paltations and chest pain. the men who founded shake shack chains will eliminate tipping at all 13 of its restaurants but he's increasing the wages for the entire restaurant staff, not just waiters and waitresses. danny mayer owns some of meft we most well-known restaurants. it will eliminate the wage gap. to make this happen, they'll raise prices to offset the change in tipping policy. take a look at this. a messy rescue for firefighters. how this man got covered in muck. and a cool end to the week coming up as we go into the weekend. and even bigger cooldown. temperatures in the 30s. i'll show you when that will move in, coming up. hitching a free ride home from a bar or restaurant at one
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firefighters hosed him down. the strange part, though, he has no clue how he ended up in the drain in the first place. one day after the democrats' big debate in the desert, dean donald trump is sake hillary clinton has a great night. >> bernie sanders got more attention for socialist message. steve handlesman has the story from nevada. >> reporter: hillary clinton's supporters are overjoyed at her performance. >> i love you guys. thank you all very much. >> reporter: clinton donors are relieved. >> my god, wring their hand over the e-mails, her perform 'cemented her position to win the presidency. >> reporter: dominated the debate against the four men running against her. >> being the first woman president would be quite a change. >> reporter: clinton's clashes with bernie sanders were polite but pointed. is he tough enough on guns? >> new york not at all. i think we have to look at the
fact that we lose 90 people a day from gun violence. >> reporter: frustrated rivals. even donald trump was impressed. >> i think she did her job. i think she got through the debate. i personally think she won the debate. >> reporter: bernie sanders mobbed by tv cameras. it's uncomfortable but this attention has positive sign, right? >> i think there is some interest. maybe some people think we did okay. >> reporter: he did his job, calling for socialism. free health care, free college. >> i believe in a society where all people do well, not just a handful of billionaires. >> reporter: and in a special debate moment, sanders threw clinton a lifeline. >> the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> thank you. >> reporter: watching from washington, joe biden, less likely said democrats who love the vice president, to go up against hillary clinton. democrats debate again in a month, republicans in two weeks. steve handlesman, nbc news, henderson, nevada, outside
las vegas. breaking news coming into our newsroom april woman struck by a septa bus in the only section of philadelphia. this happened at 5th street and godfried. she is in critical condition. no passengers injured. police on that scene. >> now, your nbc 10 first alert weather. with meteorologist sheena parveen. >> well, cooler temperatures today. that's going to stay the case as we end out the week and in the weekend will get cooler. mid-60s for tomorrow and even friday. then the weekend will be colder. looking at the 50s, with morning low temperatures, sunday and monday morning in the 30s. and there will be areas around freezing, too. here's a live look at center city. cloud starting to move out but a good amount of cloud cover. 67 degrees now in philadelphia. 8 degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. and the lehigh valley sitting around mid to low 60s.
mid 60s in wilmington, for the new jersey suburbs, mid 60s millville and dover. clouds clearing out and cooler. so, you might need to grab that jacket tomorrow. radar dry, as far as rain's concerned. but we still do have cloud cover. closest rain moving into central p.a., light showers. could be maybe a sprinkle or two. but most of the area will be staying dry. here's a look at future precip and temperatures. tonight, once clouds clear, temperatures drop into the 40s. 8:00 tomorrow, around 47 degrees for the philadelphia area. north and west temperatures about the mid to low 40s. chilly start to the day of the yap noon in the mid-60s. friday in the mid-60s, too. this, at this point for friday, looking at more cloud cover moving in. another cold front moves through and that's going to cool us down into the weekend. take a look at saturday. noon saturday, temperatures only in about the low 50s across most of the area. so it will be a chilly weekend. and take a look as we widen the
picture out. snow showers a little farther up to the north, that's how cold the air mass will be. cool air moving in through the end of the week for friday and there's that cold air going into the weekend. sunday morning, it's going to hang around for monday morning. so these are going to be temperatures in the 30s again. so monday morning, remember that when kids go out to the bus stop. you will need to bundle them up. by tuesday, that really cold air starts to retreat back up to the north. tonight, going to get cooler, too, with skies clearing. 49 for the low in philadelphia, low 40s areas north and west. even suburbs in new jersey. but mostly about the upper 40s there. tomorrow afternoon, sunny, cool temperatures about the mid to upper 60s. 65 to 68 through the afternoon. decent day tomorrow. by friday, looking at mid-60s again and in fact, tomorrow's going to be seasonable. average high 6 degrees cold front cools us down for the weekend. colder weekend, 50s. mid-50s sunday. we're going to have a breeze
over the weekend, too. it's going to make it feel colder. morning lows in the 30s sunday. even monday afternoon highs starting out next week. mid-50s, it's going to be a chilly eagles game monday night but we get into the upper 60s by wednesday. >> keith and i will be there for pregame coverage. don't forget to vote for high school football game of the week, upper dub lib at plymouth-whitemarsh, oxford at bishop shanahan. malvern prep at episcopal. text 610-624-4111. we'll announce the winner thursday at 11:00. talking about sports, a great opening act for the flyers at wells fargo center. fans played a pickup game this afternoon. a group called hockey helping kids sponsored the game.
this is nbc 10 news. >> nation wide bust on child sex trafficking has led to dozens of arrests, many in atlantic city. >> ted greenberg has more where investigators put a stop to the crimes. >> authorities move in to save a young life ensnared in the world of prostitution. fbi video from virginia and mississippi captured parts of a nationwide week-long crackdown announced today in which 149 underaged human trafficking victims were recovered, the youngest just 12 years old, and 153 pimps arrested. authorities tell us, a half dozen victims of the sex trade were recovered in atlanta county, where two pimps were take noon custody. the fbi provided this interview. >> runaway juveniles are particularly vulnerable to being led into prostitution because
they run away from possibly a bad family situation and then get pulled into drugs or a gang lifestyle that leads to prostitution. >> reporter: this was the ninth year of the crackdown, dubbed operation cross-country 9. spearheaded by the fbi and the national center for missing and exploited children. authorities tell nbc 10, 21 arrests were made across new jersey, and some of the criminal activity was taking place at atlantic city casinos, hotels, and truck stopped. victim specialists assist on scene. >> they will be interviewed by detectives familiar with those types of cases to see exactly what brought them into that situation and how we can help. numerous county and local law enforcement agencies partnered with the fbi, including police departments in atlantic city, north field, galloway township an the jersey shore bureau, ted greenberg, nbc
10 news. listen to this. you may want to check your refrigerato refrigerator. dole foods recalled bag of spinach salad, it could be contaminated with salmonella. spinach sold in pennsylvania and new jersey. marked with enjoy date of october 15th. you have it, the company says throw it away. salmonella could cause serious illness, become fatal. "nbc 10 news at 6:00" is next. >> next on nbc 10 news at 6:00, local children making a plea to harrisburg for a budget deal what happen teachers are running out of a month into the school year. cooler as we end out the week, colder into the weekend how cold it will get coming up. plus, live at south jersey, new developments in death of this 3-year-old boy fund dead in the woods.
nbc 10 news starts now. we have three big stories tonight at 6:00. we begin with the 911 call after a father finds his 3-year-old missing hours late, the boy is found dead. >> 911, what is your emergency. >> i woke up and my 3-year-old's missing. >> new tonight, investigators say that boy did not walk into the woods by himself. also, a doctor killed inside her home tonight, who called police
minutes after the crime. >> plus this -- >> thank you for making my city a safer city. >> i just want to thank everyone for giving me the opportunity to serve in this great city. >> philadelphia's top cop calling it a career. tonight a look at commissioner charles ramsey's legacy and how philadelphia crime is different today. >> good evening, i'm jim rosenfield. we begin with the murder of a doctor inside her dell ware home. her family found her body in new castle county. someone called 911, confessing to the crime. jacqueline london is here with the story. >> tonight, police say they have that man who made the 911 confession call, following the murder. this all began this morning when the victim's daughter found her mother's body inside her mom's home. police have not said how the woman is killed and haven't
released her name. she was a well-respected psychiatrist. 30 minutes after her body discovered, the call came from a man claim he committed the crime. >> received a call from an individual who was claiming responsibility for the incident, provided enough detail that we gave it attention and we responded to his location. >> police aren't releasing the name of the person in custody tonight either, as for the victim, we've learned she worked with young people as the si psychiatrist at a behavioral health facility. the center released a statement, offering condolences to the victim. jacqueline london, nbc 10 news. now to our second big story, philadelphia's police commissioner, charles ramsey, announced he's retiring. philadelphia's top cop says he'll leave the post january 7th, last day of mayor michael nutter's term in office. commissioner ramsey came to philadelphia in 2008 from washington, d.c. he