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that shot scott is black, he's on leave while the shooting is investigated. and protests in charlotte follow more unrest in tulsa, oklahoma, after police shot an unarm ed black man there. some protesters are calling for the firing of police officer selby. shelby's attorney says that crutcher was not following the officer's commands and that shelby was concerned because crutcher kept reaching for his pocket like he was reaching for a gun. but crutcher didn't have a gun on him or in his vehicle. and his lawyer says that crut
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crutcher gave the officers no reason to shoot. count on nbc 10 for continuing coverage of these deadly police shootings and the fallout from them. more on a local police department working to repair relations. and now our 20 minutes of nonstop news -- a driver claims a philadelphia police officer cut him off and pulled out a gun in a road rage incident and after our report last night another driver has come out with a similar claim. >> came over to my window and started acting like he was pulling me over. he was intimidating and belligerent. >> that incident happened back in april. >> and the police officer in question has been taken off the
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street pending an internal affairs investigation. >> denise, walk us through the latest developments. >> reporter: the most recent incident happened here on the schuylkill expressway, but we did talk to a victim that said that the same thing happened to him in the same offduty police officer in the same pick-up truck. >> a man who asked not to be identified came forward this story after seeing our story on nbc 10. he shared this video of a man who drove a pick-up truck matching one involved in an alleged road rage incident yesterday. the man said the driver of the pickup tailgated him and struck his car back in april while heading southbound on 95 toward 76. >> it was hard not to get into with him. but he then kind of sped away so
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i followinged him. >> state police said they took a report, the pickup driver was considered at fault but not cited. and another man says that the same thing happened yesterday on schuylkill boulevard. >> he tried to run me often the road, he pulled his window down telling me he was a cop, can do anything he wants. he rolled down his window saying you're a [ bleep ], go back to your country. >> and the pick-up truck cut khalil off. the lines plate led to a philadelphia police officer. the officer joined the elite highway patrol unit about six months ago and may have been on his way to work when the understa incident happen. ed. >> clearly officers have a duty to act professionally even while a off duty.
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but the allegations are very serious and we're taking it as such. >> reporter: the officer has been put on desk duty, his gun taken away pending the internal affairs investigation. on a senivery different note, t same officer was credited with saving lives with a tourniquet issued by the police department. there is still much we don't know about what happened in both incidents. but we do know that we have two more names to add to a list of african-americans killed by police officers in these encountsers. >> clinton offered condolences to both men killed by police in north carolina and oklahoma while speaking in orlando this afternoon. she also spoke about the safety of police and she mentioned last week's shooting rampage in west philadelphia where police
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officers were targeted. >> we also saw the targeting of police officers in philadelphia. last week. and last night in charlotte, 12 officers were injured in demonstrations following keith lamont scott's death. >> hillary clinton also made mention of the shootings in shar charlotte and tulsa on twitter today. she tweeted keith lamont scott, terrence crutcher, too many others, this has got the end. >> the republican nominee wrote the situations in tulsa and charlotte are tragic, we must come together to make america safe again. >> donald j. trump. >> that's b eet's donald trump s creating a new civil rights agenda. >> i believe we need a new civil
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rights agenda for our time. one that ensures the right to a good education, and the right to live in safety and in peace. >> trump said to make a campaign stop in chester, delaware county tomorrow. meanwhile newly released campaign spending, hillary clinton $50 million to trump's $30 million. we're just five days away from the first presidential debate next monday night, be part of the live audience or watch us live on tv at 7:00 p.m., it's all about what you want the candidates to say during the debate. join us on xfinity live next monday at 7:00 p.m. today the fbi released this
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wanted posterposter, investigaty the men were stein removing the bomb from a piece of luggage saturday night. the fbi is treating these men like witnesses not suspects. they say they just want to talk to them and recover the luggage. ahmad khan rahami's note boork had references to osama bin laden and a former top isis propagandist. the justice department intends to bring rahami to new york soon to face charges there. kind of overcast skies out there provided the perfect overfor a day on the water today, this is where we're getting a workout on the cooper river in camden county. and the phillies getting ready to host the chicago white sox
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tonight. hot and humid out there. sure doesn't feel like summer is coming to an end. >> another warm day in the forecast, as jim just mentioned. temperatures above normal an right now we're still seeing temperatures above normal. mid 80s for philadelphia. allentown, trenton, wilmington, a little cooler for coatesville and vineland at 80 degrees, but the story has been all about these unseasonably warm temperatures. that's going to be the scene at least through friday for sure. even though we do have some 70s in the forecast or friday e i think we may see one or two 80s. we'll see a major cooldown by sunday into monday. so enjoy the last day of summer, yes, it is today and the first day of fall. in fact it starts tomorrow morning at 10:21 a.m. i'll see you in just a little bit with my full forecast.
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now sky force 10 over lincoln drive in west mt. airy. this is a new construction project that's expected to bring added delays to the area. crews are repairing a water main along that section of lincoln drive. drivers should expect delays in the area until it's all finished. now to some welcome news for drivers in another part of phil. penn dot told us that the walnut bridge will be opened again around noon. a south jersey crossing guard is under arrest after police say she maced a man in the face. amy stanley works in pennsville salem county. she was driving along 49 this morning, they arrested stanley at her crossing guard post later
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in the morning. she's suspended without pay this afternoon and stanley tells nbc 10 she explains to fight those accusations. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with pain it a the pump. a broken gas line could be fixed by tonight. but the damages already done, delaware drivers paying some of the highest prices for gas in the area. the pipeline has been leaking for at least 12 days, it was discovered when workers noticed a gas smell and a sheen on a nearby want. >> if you drive a car, you probably noticed it -- >> the economy runs on the gas prices. >> reporter: gas prices have creeped back up, why not? >> they should be going down sipgs it's winter time. >> it's because of a leak in a pipeline in alabama. the average cost in the philly
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area is up to cents a gallon. but delaware's been hit the hardest, 11 cents from las week. aaa says delaware gets more of its gas from that pipeline than p. p.a. and new jersey. >> if they're having trouble with a pipeline down south, why are we getting gouged up here? >> reporter: most delaware drivers say they feel like its a scam that a leak in alabama caused higher gas prices north. they believe plieses should taper off and drop again over the last couple of weeks. all of us out on the roads here in delaware sure hope. now to new video of a gunman in philadelphia who tried robbing a pair of stores in a matter of minutes. police say he held up the a & s
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superstore. a worker pulled out his own gun and forced the thieve right out of that store. you're asked to call philadelphia police if you recognize him. today the mayor of ft. lee was back on the stand. he testified that he originally denied that the lane closures were political pay back because he feared retaliation from governor chris christies administration. two former allies are on trial accused of creating the closures to punish the mayor for not endorsing christie in 2015. christie says the opening of philli phillipsberg high school will educate more than 2,000 student s. it's been a milestone today for philadelphia correctional
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officer cadet graduates. each of them completed 13 weeks of training and now it's off to new jobs in the city's prison system. several homeowners are suing an adult community at the jersey shore that restricts co-head swimming. it's called a country place. it's located in lakewood, oak land community. the new lawsuit says the policy violates anity discrimination laws. langhorne was the place to be if you're looking for a job. the site connects employers with potential workers, among the businesses on hand were parks cass seen know and a car dealer ship. the department of education released results of the most recent park testing.
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math proficiency levels jumped from 4.3 to 7.7%. the numbers rose from 6.6% to 12% in language arts. the results are an early indicator that hard work is starting to pay off. to minutes of nonstop news continues with the rise in cost of epipens taking center stage in our nation's capital today. >> the company responsible for making those life saving injectors is testifying before congress today. >> it in the last ten years, the cost of an epipen has surged 400%. right now the maker of epipen is still testifying. they have come under fire as prices of epipen has soared. during her testimony earlier
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today, bresh faulted a broken health care system as the reason for the increased cost of heep epipens. the cost of the two pen pack was around $100. right now it's over $600 for a two-pack. bresch insists her company sees just about $100 profit per sale. she says her company is working with consumers to ease the cost. >> in the last few weeks we have confronted the epipen issue head on. our program has for parts, we announced the first ever agagenc of epipen product. >> another point of interest in this case is that bresch's
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father is a lawmaker, he's u.s. senator joe manchin. mylan has worked hard to get i epipens in schools where they're most needed. police dogses are taking over camden county, nbc 10 at gloucester township community park this afternoon. that's where we got a sneak peek at the big canine competition taking place next week. we spoke to the chief of gloucester township police about the importance of canines. >> that it's about apprehending dangerous criminals, and about locating lost people. and it's an important part of our police department here in camden con. . there's the fanatic and several of the phillies latino
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players at mckinley elementary school. clemente won as one of the best latino players the club will honor clemente tonight as they face the white sox at citizen's bank park. now your first alert weather. >> i'm meteorologist erica martin, and so long to a sizzling summer. we do have the second warmest consecutive june, july and august for 2016 on record, the warmest august and three record highs for, two for july and one for september. so weather starting to include a warm start to fall tomorrow at 10:21 a.m. a cooler weekend in the forecast, much cooler in fact, by saturday into sunday. and sunday, into monday. so get those jackets ready already. be sure you look at the bottom of your screen for your local
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neighborhood forecast, a sneak peek at what you're can'ting for this weekend. seeing mid to upper 80s on friday, for the most part. lots of sunshine in the forecast. and then a few more clouds on saturday and temperatures certainly cooler, mid 70s for the most part, jessrsey shore, the cold front dips on down from the northwest. a high pressure system will influence the area, so we're seeing. i do these these numbers are little bit generous, right now we're seeing thick clouds outside, and the winds are calm, current temperature 85 degrees. so mild and nice to say the least. west mt. airy 84 degrees, and dora also seeing mid 80s.
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center city mid 80s for you. so again, a warm day in the forecast. it's going to be warmer for tomorrow, trending above normal that's through friday, keep that in mind, make sure you enjoy it and get those jackets hand write, because i promise you will need it. your 10 on 10. saturday we see a few extra clouds developing, i would like to add, we may see one or two scattered showers for parts of central philadelphia on friday morning. also seeing cooler temperatures, highs only in the upper 60s to low 70s on monday. overnight sunday into monday, i think we'll see lots of 40s, of course we'll be tracking that for you on social media, online and tuesday and wednesday, a couple of clouds start to develop, and by thursday and friday, possibly saturday, it looks like we could get a washout, but of course you'll have to track that with us, i'll
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see you in just a few minutes. jimmy familiar long has brought his corn rows to look like the host. in the past they featured abraham lincoln and the statue of liberty. >> that is so cool and it's huge. >> you know fallon is making his way there to idaho and go through the whole thing. >> we'll have to watch for this and you'll have to watch for this. a viewer says her power bill ballooned to over $1,000 for one just billing cycle. >> and she couldn't figure out why that happened. we'll explain what happened when the utility company asked for that money and what the nbc 10 responds team did the help out. you may want to double check, the biggest mistakes you could be making when buckling
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your baby. her perfectly presented cornish hen wowed the judges on the food network, now this delaware county student plans to use her grand prize to help her hometown.
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inspired her to cook healthy meals. >> at 8, i was diagnosed with chrone's disease so i decided to learn how to cook healthy. >> wow, talented and giving back. it's child passenger safety week. >> and there's a new warning for parents before you buckle up your baby, what could be sitting in your back seat that could put your child in danger. plus one woman's electric bill went up $1,000 in one month. by the weekend, big pattern changes, a cold front dips on down, say so long to the 80s by saturday and sunday, details in my full forecast. also local police departments have something very
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vrmgs a newcastle woman says her power bill just ballooned in one billing cycle. >> and after several calls to the utility company to try to sort it all out, never luck and so she called nbc 10 responds. >> this was a case where a little research may have made all the difference for this customer. >> fay price spends most of her day working from her newcastle home with her two dogs by her side. she regularly checks her power
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bill online. but after the company installed a new meter, her bills suddenly jumped, by more than 36 times, from about $25, to more than $900. >> i'm like well, it's a mistake, so i wasn't really too worried about it because it was so outragely high. >> a representative at delmarva agreed. she sent her billing statement to the billing department to get corrected. price called back and says a rep told her the bill accurate and owed the company hundreds more. price says she continuesed to complain. but delmarva insisted she owes more than $900. then she called nbc 10 responds.
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we checked her case again, they couldn't give us updates but price says just a few days after we went to bat for her, delmarva called to say further review showed an error on her old meter caused the problem. >> i got a credit for more than $900. and so i don't owe delmarva power a dime for quite a while. thanks to you and your office, thank you so much, can i give you a hug? >> sure. >> appreciate it, thank you. >> we'll add that $918 to our recovery calendar, that number stands at $113,174. i like how she asks permission to give you a hug now. >> you don't have to ask permission, you got your money, you can hug me. >> if you have a consumer complaint, you can reach out to us.
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and coming up tomorrow on nbc 10 responds. a family buys a kitchen table expecting to have it for decades, but just after three years it needs repairs. so they turned to nbc 10 responds. and turning to our weather, what a way to close out the summer in bucks county, plenty of people taking advantage of the warm temperatures, the official last stay of summer at the beach, here's a live look at cape may, everyone's at work just like we are. a lot of people may not be ready to say goodbye to summer so they're in luck for the next couple of days. >> lucky, at least through friday, we have of course a couple of cloudy skies, so the cloud deck is thick. easton really nice temperatures, a little muggy throughout the
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day, but certainly improving through the day by tomorrow. we'll see low to mid 70s, 10:00 p.m. keeping you in the mid 60s for the most part. through friday, notice all these 80s here on friday, but then by friday, seeing lots of 70s in the forecast, and that's because we do have a massive cold front sweeping down from the northwest, a massive high pressure system. it will influence the area, so notice these temperatures on sunday, get the jackets ready, it's certainly going to be very chilly. coming up in my full forecast, of course i have your 10 on 10 what to expect for the next several days. so are you ready for an emergency, prepare has things like emergency kits, medication preps and more, nbc 10 was at the kickoff event at the delaware emergency operations center today.
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it's available in nine different languages. >> you translate this into many different languages. we turned this into spanish. >> here's another option on saturday from 10:00 to 2:00, the delaware agricultural museum in dover will hold its annual preparedness day for families. the final phase of renovations at the bucks county playhouse. nbc 10 was in new hope today as ground was broken on the last leg of the construction for new house. among those on hand today, remember this guy? justin? the bucks county native and breakout star of "american idol" is currently performing at the playhouse.
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>> there are a lot of excellent theaters across the country, but very few of them are surrounded by this kind of beauty on both sides of the river. >> still ahead, fighting sliding sales, chipotle is trying to fight its way back. after deadly crashes involving children, police in redding doing child seat safety checks, next where you can find them and tips to keep your kids safe. and it's back, if you drive past the schuylkill river, you may have noticed something green floating in the water. coming up on nbc 10 news at 5:00, a local expert explains why it's actually a good thing. also be sure to vote for our high school blitz game of the week, the choices are cb south at souderton, and wc henderson
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and kbibishop shanahan. we'll announce the winner tomorrow night.
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y24kmy y5yy idonald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president.
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a recall warning for parents with small kids, even flow is recalling it's booster shoots. no injuries are reported, but there have been 27 complaints of kids loosening the seat. evenflo is offering a free remedy kit. according to a new study from the university of pennsylvania, researchers had 47 adults look at a series of baby portraits before and after ten days of anti opioid treatment. their brains showed no response to the photos before getting the
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treatment. but ten days after the treatment, their response was similar to people who were healthy. chipotle is making a public push to convince the public that their food is safe. they are outlining what they're doing to improve food safety. chipotle has already tried to fight sliding sales with free burritos and a loyalty program. as we inch closer to the presidential election, it's not just the candidates who are feeling stressed out. >> many americans in the workplace are feeling the same way, a survey from the american psychological association said that one in four employees have felt stressed out by political discussions at work. younger adults and men tended to feel the worse eeffects. nearly one in ten adults say they have argued with a co-worker over politics. >> how about at home too, around the dinner table, and you got difference family members.
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>> thanksgiving is m coming up. >> oh, boy. >> fasten your seat belt. >> to religion and politics, those are things you're not supposed to talk about. two games in and eagles fans are already talk super bowl. csn's dan nrk >> carson wentz is looking like a ten-year veteran on the football field. he talks about what drives him next. a major cooldown on sunday, i do have your eagles forecast coming up on the other side of the break. i'm really good at war. i love war in a certain way. including with nukes, yes including with nukes. i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me. nuclear, just the power the devastation, is very important to me.
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eagles fans are carson crazy. >> danny joins us now with more on wents. 6. >> it also makes diamonds. >> it is early for super bowl talk. here's wentz on the pack tis field. despite being a rocky, carson is constantly playing the game in his head. >> it's really just my innate nature. how the good lord wired me. whatever i'm doing, i really want to excel in. push myself to be the best i can be. and a lot of that is how i'm wired and really my upbringing.
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you have to earn everything you get so that's kind of like how i'm wired. >> the backlash he's received. nbc 101 your official eagles station. join us for eagles game day kick off. then it's eagles games day final after nbc 10. now your nbc first alert weather. >> today is the last day of summer, so be sure you enjoy conditions. clouds thicken around.
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6 offshore it's not that bad. just a few clouds and we do have massive cold front. into the weekend we do have a warm start to fall. >> however, currently temperatures are mainly in the 70s. coatesville low 80s. it's only going to get warmer. atlantic city 63 degrees, but overnight low. allentown 48, philadelphia, nice mild night in the forecast. but of course, we have been tracking the pattern change this upcoming weekend.
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>> temperatures will start to drop by saturday night, into early sunday among. local neighborhood forecast. still on to a sizzling summer, it's the second warmest june, july and august on record. it's look like we had three records two in july and one in september. a very nice trend, that's what we have been seeing for the past couple of days, and in fact through tomorrow and friday, cooler temperatures by saturday, the big game by eagles on sunday. we have a big change on the approach. we're talking about these really nice, mild conditions, ten to 12 degrees above normal. but notice, that we start to
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cooldown, in fact by tailgating time, 66 degrees, a couple of clouds out there, really not a big deal as far as sky coverage goes. it's all about these cooler temperatures, get the jackets ready. i actually think this may be a little bit more generous, we may see some upper 60s in fact. and when we're going from upper 80s to 60, that's a big drop in the temperature. so it's all about tracking that co cooldown. who's ready for this. >> we'll hold on to every ounce of summer we can. >> you warned us, so everybody needs to dig out the summer stuff. >> can't get used to thursday and friday temps. >> follow us on social media and go online or o'and get some more information on that. >> well having the smallest safety errors could mean the difference between life and
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death. >> we're talking about the difference that parents make when installing their child's car seat. walk through the car seat challenge to keep your baby buckled safety.
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just having your child buckled into a car seat doesn't necessarily make it safe. >> two young siblings both died after they were thrown from their parents car on i-78 a week ago. police still investigating if the children's car seats were hooked up the right way. randy gyllenhaal spoke about the life saving lessons for parents.
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>> fresh out of the hospital, marisa and her husband strapped their newborn bay baby lucas in his car seat. >> it was so small. the car was it was first time parents a much needed lesson. >> i didn't want to take any chances because of how small he is. he's only 4.5 pounds. >> last week two children died on i-78, police say both kids were ejected after a crash. investigators now looking to see if they were properly secured in a car seat. studies show four out of every five seats are installed
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incorrectly. >> i have seen them come in here really, really bad. they're too loose, they might not have it level. >> and state police reminds parents car seats expire after six years and children over tyo than 2 years must be rear facing and never, ever hold your child in your lap. troopers say the best advice is to just let the professionals handle it. they do child seat safety checks at least once a month and you can also find them at your local police or fire station. nbc 10 news at 5:00 is next. >> keith jones and rosemary connors. >> we have just learned about new surveillance video that shows the bombing in chelsea over the weekend. in the meantime, the eagles malcolm jenkins sits down
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one-on-one with nbc 10, what he thinks about the national protest and if he plans to do it again. keith and rosemary, i'm tracking a major temperature change by the weekend, details coming up in my first and full weather, i'll see you then. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president.
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an overnight shooting caused riots in charlotte, north carolina. >> and more violent protests in tulsa, oklahoma. we begin with nbc 10's andrea thooms. >> the latest is in charlotte, north carolina where law enforcement and witnesses are clashing over exactly what happened. >> last night in charlotte police in riot gear deployed tear gas during a violent night of protest. by the morning, calls for peaceful r0 tests. >> there's no need for us rioting. >> officer wilson is now on routine administrative leave after the deadly shooting of keith scott.
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tuesday officers arrived at an apartment complex to sever a warrant to another man when they encountered the 43-year-old who they said ignored very bam commands. >> mr. scott committed his vehicle armed with a handgun as the officers continued to yell at him to drop it. >> r. >> reporter: but scott's family and witnesses have a different story. clergy and activists are calling for an independent investigation to determine what happened. meanwhile, in tulsa, protesters are calling for officer betty shelby to be fired after she shot and killed terrence crutcher. now her attorney is providing her side of the story. >> and she became concerned about him reaching for his left possibili pocket, despite being told not to. >> reporter: dash cam video shows the suspect with his hands


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