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>> we're on the way. >> oh, my goodness, oh, my goodness, oh, my goodness. >> a mother's cry for helps for a 911 dispatcher. when her 2-year-old son wasn't breathing. today county prosecutors charged with beating her boyfriend to death. >> nbc burro reporter cydney long is live in pennsauken with more on the tragedy that has saddened a neighborhood. what have you learned her. >> they said they didn't hear or see anything out of the ordinary. that was when police and detectives showed up over the weekend and a little boy took his very last breath inside this apartment inside of this home. >> okay. what's going mon? >> my son is -- he's not resp d responding. >> reporter: desperate for help you can hear the fear in the mother's voice and right beside her her boyfriend.
24-year-old zachery tricoche who also spoke to dispatchers who said he was trying to perform cpr. hours later he would be handcuffed by pennsauken police and charged with the child's first-degree murder >> it's hard to believe that someone would do that to a start. >> the toddler's death comes as a shock. >> no loud screaming or fighting, no loud music. >> oh, my gosh. >> we have someone on the way. >> oh, my goodness, oh, my goodness. >> investigators say tricoche kicked and punched the little boy to the point he suffered plunt trauma to his torso and internal breathing. the boy vomited and then stopped breathing. >> his chest is bruising. >> he's still breatheing? >> no, his chest is bruised. >> i saw the police cars when i came to work and saw the police
officers and sheriff's office and knew something hashand. >> reporter: dennis manos who has delivered pizza the tom nadescribed what was a cis scene. >> they had gloves on and were taking photos. >> reporter: tricoche will be arraigned in court tomorrow afternoon. a source says tricoche is responsible for beating two other siblings inside that home. ages two-2-months old and 4 years old and charges are still pending. we were not able to track her down. live in pennsauken, i'm cydney long. nbc 10 news. >> third party presidential candidates are scrambling to make sure their names are on the ballots in pennsylvania, new jersey next week. the clock is ticking for green party candidate jill stein who has tomorrow to meet the deadline. already on the ballot in new jersey and pennsylvania and just
learned libertarian candidate gary johnson made an 11th hour push to get his name filed for the keystone state. nbc 10's lauren mayk spoke with supporters of both candidates. >> republican or democrat. the traditional choice but not the only one for voters. >> i've done door knocking and people will say what's this green party. they never heard of us. >> hillary cain says she was drawn to the green party for its values. >> some of the highlights are the environment. social juice tis and grass roots democracy and nonviolence. >> explaining the third-party option can be a challenge. >> they will say are you a democrat or a rope can? no, it's not just coke and pepsi. there are other things out there. >> reporter: for the 2016 race voters in many states have third-party choices for president including green party candidate jill stein and
libertarian candidate gary johnson. >> the johnson state director in pennsylvania and at 19 it's his first presidential election but he's been a johnson support. >> there's a candidate and party that is sane. let's stop bombing people and expect them to be passive and let's stop intervening in northern affairs. >> reporter: both parties are getting a look from voters with their democrat and republican party ticket choices. >> i call it the bernie bump. >> reporter: and though donaldson might have voted green in another cycle this time he's going with clinton. >> the stakes being what they are, i feel like she's not -- she's -- she may not be my first choice, my not be my ideal choice but feel like she's the responsible choice. danielle blackwell is still undecideded? >> would you consider voting for a third party? >> i would, yes. >> reporter: for johnson and stein getting enough support to
get in the debate could be critical. >> do you believe he could win the white house? >> absolutely. >> as long as people realize that there are more than two candidates. >> reporter: i'm lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. >> the latest survey monkey poll from last week shows clinton leading the pack at 43%. trump 37%, libertarian candidate gary johnson with 11% of the vote and the green party's jill stein just 4%. clinton's running mate tim kaine campaigned in las vegas today where he talked jobs and the economy. the senator from virginia spoke at the iron worker's union annual convention and kaine told the crowd that donald trump owes it to the public to reveal more details will his income and debt. mike pence also hit the campaign trail taking part in an event in cedar rapids, iowa, where he spoke about hillary clinton's's e-mails and called on the clinton foundation to shut down.
tomorrow the indiana governor will head to pennsylvania and is holding a town hall in pipersville bucks county. former arizona congresswoman gabby giffords and her husband mark kelly are taking a stand in pennsylvania's high-profile u.s. senate race. the gun control advocates are throwing their support behind republican senator pat toomey. in an editorial published today they praised toomey from breaking away from the gun lobby and bacuna 2013 he voted to expand background checks at gun sales and online following the mass shooting at sandy hook elementary school. giffords was seriously wounded in another mass shooting back in 2011. toomey's democratic opponent katie mcguinty is challenging that endorsement. her campaign says her positions on gun control are more in line with giffords while senator sunni has hardly strayed from the nra recently. today mcguinty was in lancaster where she met with latino community leaders. nbc 10 is your station for decision 2016 coverage ahead of
the general election for candidate profiles and headlines from the campaign trail. just tap the nbc 10 app. we have new details on a home invasion where a philadelphia man was shot and killed in front of his six children. police identified the victim as 36-year-old hakim raman. two gunmen broke into his home in hunting bark around 1:30 this afternoon and they also shot his wife. she's in critical condition and they were all home at the time and some of them were in the bedroom and witnessed the deadly shooting. neighbors say they are stunned. >> i've never seen there. i just moved there like two nfl months. >> police are still looking for those two gunmen. >> happening now at 6:00. a demolition project that will affect drivers in parts of north philadelphia.
this is a live picture right here as crews prepare to bring down the west sejry avenue bridge. just behind the barriers. this will impact traffic the next couple of months. they will begin putting up a new bridge. construction on that new $1-2 $ million bridge will be completely year's end. federal authorities will not be charging a pair of bridgeton officers in the death of a man during a traffic stop in december of 2014. today the fbi and the u.s. attorney's office closed their investigations without charging the officers. if you recall a cumberland county grand jury had already decided not indict the officers. something you won't want to hear about today brought a change to traffic in the university of delaware. good for pedestrians.
the crossing here at east wayne street and the university is home to a new traffic signal. the signal has been up for the past few days but only flashing yellow. today is the first time drivers have had to stop and go. we have new video from a home invasion and that's where an elderly man was injured. the suspect's car is believed to be a red sedan and police say the man forced his way into the victim's home last friday and then got into a scuffle with the 81-year-old victim the suspect made off with money, electronics and jewelry and there's a $20,000 reward for you a rest and conviction in this case. in other news. new at 6:00. the impending closure of the taj
mahal in atlantic city is affecting more than the casino workers. nbc 10 down done the show spoke with business owners who they say situation at the taj is putting a dent in their bottom line and nothing new for them and any casino shutdown won't be for long. >> they will reopen in the spring either under the same umbrella of the icahn corporation or somebody else. nashoba casino back in action will help supplement any lost reven revenue. also new at 6:00, gabby douglas is moving from the medal stand to the judge's table. the olympic gymnast has been added as a celebrity judge for the 2017 miss america competition taking place september 11th in atlantic city. douglas helped team usa take home team gold in rio. she was also the first
all-around olympic gold medalist in u.s. history to earn a spot on a second olympic team. still ahead on "nbc 10 news at 6:00." a mailer mistake has two schools at odds and why they are looking at at shocking postcard that was sent out to parents. nbc 10 takes you to the water to give you a new view of the way jersey shore beaches are being rebuilt. the counter still says august but we're getting a break from that excessive heat and humidity. i'm tracking the comfortable conditions and when we'll warm back up. my exclusive nbc 10 first alert forecast. trading-in or selling your car, truck or suv? webuyanycar.com takes the hassle out of selling in just 3 easy steps. one, get your free online valuation. two, drive to your local car buying center. and three, walk out with your check in as little as
employed in this mailer, end quote. switching gears now. you probably have seen the equipment that you see here in the video. tonight we're getting a different newer view of the way that beaches are rebuilt for your enjoyment and protection of the coastline. nbc 10 bureau reporter ted green big took to the water. >> massive amounts of sand soaked up miles from the coastline. >> really brings it full circle for me. >> an eye full that's a first for margaret walls. >> i've always had the view from land and wondered how do they do that? >> head of the beach protection advocaty group was among those who got a chance to board the liberty island. >> our target depth is 56 feet.
>> reporter: it's one of three dredges being used to pump sand on part of long beach island as part of the beach replenishment and repair project. >> each load is 500 dump trucks that you would say and we take six loads a day. >> reporter: work includes fixing areas damaged by coastal storms last fall and winter, but its timing in the summer -- >> in order to protect the coastline in new jersey somebody will be getting sand in the sum sneer a new plan by statement lawmakers would double the amount of money earmarked by shore protection projects for transfer fees from $25 million a year to 50 million. >> since sandy we've had so many projects and the need for some protection is much more than the 100-year storm. a rare look at a process aiming to protect coastal
property that often gets bogged down by waves of controversy. ted greenberg, nbc 10 news. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> spectacular weather at the beaches or anywhere else during the day today. way different than what we saw in the past week or two. 81 in philadelphia and 70s in most of the rest of the area and delaware at 81 degrees as well. the temperature trend has gone down. it was 93 on saturday and 89 sunday and 83 for the high today and pretty close to that tomorrow, and then we start creeping up wednesday and really start going up thursday and friday. so we have a lot of sunshine, and we have a land breeze today and that's were ventner at 880 is very close to the temperature. may's landing, inland ocean temperature 170 and tomorrow a sea breeze will keep the coastal areas a little bit cooler than today. satellite radar not showing much of anything out there.
it's dry across a good bit of country except the deep south. that's the system that came through yesterday and brought the rain and thunderstorms. as we look into tomorrow, again, nothing but sunshine. high temperatures 82 and a fair amount of wind at 81 and reading at 81 degrees. fairly uniform. even at the jersey shore, but it will be a little bit cooler there. 79 in longport and in avalon with the afternoon sea breeze. we're entering the historic peak of hurricane season as we go through mid-august and mid-october period. the absolute peak day is september 10th, so we should be seeing more activity in the atlantic, and we are. this is fiona which is a tropical storm which is weakening. this system we're watching closely. that could cause some problems somewhere in a week or so. another system off the coast of africa and another one right at the coast of africa and then
others in the middle of africa, so it's one after another and some of those vem develop and some of those end up coming in the general direction of the western hemisphere. this is the temperature trend, and can you see it's going up. by thursday we're up to 90 in philadelphia and 59 in the p.a. suburbs and 88 in the lehigh valle valleys. nothing but sunny symbols here. don't goat show that very often. we get thunderstorms and we're just not seeing that. here's the temperature. 90 thursday and 94 friday and humidity so that's going to be the most uncomfortable day that we're going to see in the next week, but you don't see any rain. saturday is 88 degrees and a little bit lower humidity and tolerable temperatures and humidities even as we go into early next week. >> thanks, hurricane. i'm john clark. we'll hear from carson wentz. he's throwing again and how will the eagles sign up new linebackers stephen tulloch affect the linebackers? that is all next.
for senate, a clear difference. katie mcginty: for background checks, for banning assault weapons,
and banning high-capacity ammunition clips. and pat toomey? against an assault weapons ban and against banning high capacity ammo clips like those used in the orlando massacre. listen to pat toomey brag: "i have had a perfect record with the nra." pat toomey gets an "a" from the nra. he's not for you. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
it's good to see the eagles future quarterback carson wentz throwing off to the sides at practice. the birds hope he can play in the final preseason game. here he is throwing today. he suffered hairline fractures in his ribs in the first preseason game. they are still sore. basically about carson being able to manage the pain. >> i was really excited for the preseason and obviously that was cut a little short but it is
what it is, you know. i know everything happens for a reason so i'm trying to make the most of the mental reps and still get better at the same time. >> i've dealt with injury before. it's something you don't want to do and if you want to deal with it, i kind of know what ittics and just kind of fight through it and i'll be out there hopefully soon. >> doug periodsson says he'll start with the starting middle linebacker job. tulloch played for coordinator joe schmitt after walker was lost for the season. >> he's familiar with coach schwartz owes defense and he's competing for the linebacker spot in the middle and it's just unfortunate with the loss of joe right now. we need to gather to fill that spot. >> a guy who has played a long time and understands what it takes, man and decide to learn from it and excited to finally
meet him. >> and on the same day mychal kendricks finally practiced. he missed the first two preseason games and we're getting to the point of preseason where the players really want the regular season to start and today the cornerback robin brooks is having fun playing reporter interviewing receiver josh huff. >> how have you made the transition? hard from chip's offensive standpoint or has it made a little bit easier for you? >> i mean, it's a lot harder, a lot more that you've got to geile deal with as far as checks and stuff. >> got a good question. high school blitz returns to nbc 10 meaning it's time to vote for our game of the week. upper darby at bonner prendie, father judge at council rock south or archbishop at maple newtown. call or next your vote to
610-624-4111. olympics may be over but there's always 2020 to look forward to. this is 16-year-old angel rice from atlanta, a world class power tumbler and look at her jumping around and is hoping the international olympic committee will decide adding this event to the olympics in the future. i'm john clark. we'll be right back.
iso let me tell you what i knowe about senator pat toomey.. my mom was the principal at sandy hook school in newtown. she died that day
protecting the young children in her care. when it came time to vote on background checks, pat toomey crossed party lines to do the right thing. that's who he is, and i'm grateful. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
>> she's got it. >> "american ninja warrior" is back and tonight the competition returns to philadelphia where 30 competitors will challenge an even more difficult course. for the first time in the show's history four women will compete in the philadelphia finals. see how they do right here at 8:00 on nbc 10 and you may remember i tried to tackle the course myself when "american ninja warrior" came to town. see how i did by visiting the website nbc 10 or tapping on the nbc 10 app and i can vouch for how challenging it is. go ladies, for sure.
for glenn and all of us here at nbc 10, thanks for watching. i'm keith jones. up next, "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. we'll see you later. tonight, paying the price. major new fallout for ryan lochte losing big money and sponsors from speedo to ralph lauren. combatting zika in the hot zone as the kids go back to school. comparing this virus with a monumental challenge we faced 20 years ago. what donald trump is now saying about rounding up millions of undocumented immigrants. plus bill clinton's bombshell announcement about what he'll do if his wife is elected president. and tech support scam, that phone call might not be what you think it is, and that