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on what led up to shooting. a suspect is in custody. we have ewes headed to the scene and the hospital. also tonight. plotting his attack. new photographs show the manhattan terror suspect picking out his deadly weapon. tonight he was officially charged with the attack that killed eight people. >> he waived his rite to remain silent and is revealing new details about his motive. nbc10 brandon hudson has the latest. >> reporter: new tonight. a surveillance image of inside a new jersey home depot. minutes before investigators say he committed the deadliest terror attack in new york city since 9/11. a truck rented there. his weapon of choice. 24 hours later, he was wheeled into a federal courtroom. where he showed no remorse. >> jimmy fought through tears as he talked about his son. the new jersey native was one of
eight people killed in the attack. >> funniest thing. how much he doesn't ride a bike in that line. >> reporter: other victims a mom from belgium and five friends from argentina. this video shows the riding on the bike path where the carnage took place. court documents show he drove from the home depot. to the george washington bridge around 3:00 yesterday. 20 minutes later, he made his way down the west side highway. where he plowed entood people on the bike path. police say he planned to continue to the brooklyn bridge. he ended up ramming into a school bus with disabled children on board. nypd officer shot him when the suspect left the rental truck. >> i understand the importance of yesterday's events and the role we played. i'm grateful for the recognize we received. >> he told investigators he chose halloween because he knew
people would be outside. he planned put isis flags orn his truck. but decided it would draw too much attention. >> president trump is open to sending him to the prison in cuba. the president called on congress to dismantle the diversity visa lottery program. that allowed him to enter the united states in 2010. the fbi also questioning a second person tonight. in an associate of the suspect. investigators hope he can shed light on the radicalization. but have no evidence he was involved in the attack. top of the empire state building has gone dark to mourn the viblt victims of the attack. a software engineer from the west village. you can read about the victims and how they're being remembered on nbc10.com. now to breaking news in colorado. that's where two men were killed
at a woman was hurt. in a shooting inside this walmart. it happened in the town of thorn ton. a suburb of denver. shoppers heard gunshots coming from inside the store. investigators haven't released detail ts about the circumstances of the shooting. but stha is not an active shooter situation. police arrest a man for a deadly shooting which maybe linked to road rage. witnesses say two men were arguing near south ninth. and wyoming street around noon. one of the men went into a car, pulled out a shotgun and killed the other. one witness described what he saw to nbc10. >> he looked to see if he had damage and come around and put his hand in the air. and said some words. and the other man went and got a shotgun and one shot. right in the street. >> 36 year-old thomas is charged with criminal homicide. police aren't releasing the victims name. a philadelphia teen fights back against an attacker.
the man in this video knocked on the 18 year-olds door. monday. he said he was from verizon. the victim says he walked inside, exposed himself and began assaulting her. she got away and grabbed a weapon. the suspect took off but not before saying he would be back when her mother was home. new at 11. a delaware county nursing home under the mike scope. >> the facility was on lock down after investigators from the attorney general office showed up. nbc10 spoke with the man who whose mother lives inside the st. francis nursing home. what's latest? >> a few investigators are still on scene. about 30 minutes ago we saw some of them carrying out boxes. they have been out here for more than 12 hours. right now we're told they're focussed on the conditions inside and medical records. >> somebody says the place is on
lock down. there's police activity. i'll find out what's going on. >> reporter: nick came rushing to the center for rehab and healthcare. he was informed the facility was on lock down and investigators from the state attorney general office were on scene. he tells nbc10 once he got here he was told to fill out a form. describing the treatment of his 91 year-old mother. >> she's been here three years. and i have been complaining for three years. >> officers were stationed out front all day and night. he claims they were doing a health inspection and going through medical records. the center is in jeopardy of losing its license because of bad conditions inside. we are told the center is making corrections. >> they were shorthanded. >> reporter: nbc10 is learning about voter fraud allegations stemming from last year surrounding the center. it involves several allegations and are currently under are view
by the special investigation yount unit. his mothers name showed up on an absentee ballot. even though she hasn't voted in 30 years. >> why would she vote in may. she can write her name. >> we reached out to the company that runs this center. a spokesperson wouldn't say much. only telling me they will working with police. we want to go to the breaking news. sky force 10 live where a police officer has been shot. >> drew smith just arrived on the scene. what have you learned about this? >> right now police have this block closed off. you can see up ninth avenue right now. there are police behind this apartment building. it's all american gardens apartment that got flashlights
presumably searching for evidence. a police officer was shot around 10:30 in the leg. they brought him to cooper university hospital. where they say his injuries are not life threatening. police are pulling some of the crime tape. they're going to expand the scene. we may need to move back. we'll keep you updated. that suspect in custody. to this now. a former police chief in new jersey is facing federal hate crime charges. former police chief is accused offend committing a hate crime and violating a man's civil rights in september of 2016. police paper work say he assaulted an 18 year-old african american suspect. who was handcuffed. according to to prosecutor offices on the scene also recorded him using racial slurs and turned over the recordings to the fbi. putting a stop to stop sdp go stores. neighbors called the liquor
sales a nuisance for years. drew smith shows us what leaders are doing now to crack down. >> reporter: philadelphia counsel man jones was pleasantly surprised when a store denied him a shot of liquor tonight. but for years. neighbors have seen it. they have staged protests. >> they shouldn't be selling shots of liquor. to people in a cup. >> it's not just the liquor. it's what's happening in between here and home. >> reporter: they complain the businesses are foekts focussed on the to go sale. >> i have more stop and goes in my district. than public schools. >> reporter: it led to litter. public drunkenness, public urination and bad behavior. >> you think you're following the rules? >> yes. >> reporter: a worker spoke to
us after a state rep dpronted him about not serving food. >> we do have food. >> reporter: the under the new law. vilgts violations like that food issue or lack of seating will mean loss of the liquor license. >> tomorrow the city is planning to boost the state action even further with a proposal to add resources and continue this crack down. family, friends and police mark a sad anniversary tonight. and remembered a hero. it was ten years ago officer chuck cass di was killed in the line of duty. his widow and children came out to remember him. he interrupted an armed robbery. back in 2007. the robbers shot him in the head. at point-blank range. he died the next day. a celebration of heros in center city. nbc10 at the fifth annual heros
among us event. a tribute to police officers who gave their lives while serving our city. nbc10 general manager rick harris there. was there for the celebration. the event benefits the police survivor fund. it is technology that could save a police officer. or even a child in your own home. so why are smart guns not on the market? the nbc10 investigators show us how they work. and why new jersey law is keeping them off the market nationwide. plus, a scare at the shore. how this truck came close to taking out people at the board walk. another warm up is on the way. it won't last long. come on back. i'll tell you which days will be the best to get outside. plus waiting later in life to start a family. tomorrow morning at 5:45. the health risk for older couples just deciding to have children. and the technology making it safer than ever before.
back now to the breaking news we have been following. sky force 10 live. this is where a police officer was shot tonight. happened on shelton avenue. 45 minutes ago. the officer was shot in the leg. we're told he should be okay. and a suspect is under arrest. we'll bring you life updates on the air as we get them. building a smarter gun to protect police. and our kids. >> i would love to have a gun that could only be fired by me. >> reporter: the technology exists. the suggestion of selling it triggers harsh reaction. an investigation reveals how a new jersey law killed the smart gun. >> it backfired. >> seven kids a day shoot themselves or someone else. by accident. in this country. according to to the fbi. >> those stats show every year
dos of police officers are killed with their own weapon. >> the technology to curb the killing exists. but as investigative reporter shows us a law in new jersey is stopping it from hitting the market. >> i know that night how close i came to not being here. >> reporter: police captain is driving us to the scene of traffic stop he'll never forget. >> law enforcement officers every year assaulted with their own weapon. >> reporter: he was nearly one of them. >> we were talking and he just that quick dropped to his knees and tried to get my gun. >> reporter: he's one of the officers who won that struggle. dozens don't. donald and his colleagues at the new jersey institute of technology spent 12 years building a gun that can only be fired by its owner. government funded and highly motivated. >> we have seen kids shoot themselves. >> reporter: to stop the deaths. the team developed this smart gun. >> it worked using chi namic grip recognition.
the gun would sense and detect the pressure and the pace at which you pull the trigger. something that's completely unique to every individual person. the gun would only fire if you were authorized to use it. >> reporter: this smart gun never made it to the market. in fact no american made smart gun has. the reason. a new jersey law that says once it's sold anywhere in the u.s., new jersey gun dealers can't sell traditional guns. >> it created all the necessary conditions. to increase the polarization. opposed to -- >> reporter: few people felt it more than maryland gun dealer. in 2014, he nearly became the first gun dealer in the country to sell the smart gun. >> the gun world is a religion. you have serious adherence to the face. people who will do anything to protect the. >> reporter: he says second amendment advocates attacked him. worrying the second he sold a smart gun the clock on gun control in new jersey would
start ticking. >> when they view you as you did something, it's on. this thing is part of that. this technology is part of that. >> reporter: in 2014 that perception kept him locked in his shop over night. worried someone would set it on fire or attack him. he recorded this facebook video. explaining why he had interest many the smart gun. >> i thought we could get antigun people and people into guns. that was my intention. >> reporter: because of his experience. he'll never sell a smart gun. so far no one in the u.s. has. >> people blame the law. and i'm willing to accept the responsibility. because it was my bill. >> reporter: new jersey state senator wrote the bill in 202. she was trying to spurs
development. not thinking it would kill the market. >> why would you be against it? >> reporter:. nra doesn't a pose the twomt. only a law prohibiting americans from acquiring or possessing firearms that don't have the technology. in 2014 the new jersey legislation repealed the smart gun law. but governor christy vetoed it saying he can't support a law to restrict any type of gun. including a smart gun. >> i have come in contact with tens of thousands of people in the job. i remember that guy. i would be able to pick him out today. >> reporter: for captain conner. 30 year ts on the job shaping his opinion of a technology he may never get to use. >> if the technology is there to make guns safer. why do we not embrace it? >> we have more information to keep your family safe with guns
in the home. boasted a video from a gun safety instructor right now on nbc10.com. to the jersey shore. the driver of this pickup truck remain in the hospital after accident tally crashing into part of the board walk. witnesses saw the truck was speeding down mlk boulevard around 9:00. many were frightened because it happened hours after the new york attack. the truck flipped on its side after taking down a light pole, a fire hydrant and sideswiping a parked car. turning to your weather. a foggy evening tonight. as you take a live look over philadelphia. the colder weather that was moving out for a while. >> tammie souza is here with a details on a warm up. >> i wouldn't say get your flip-flops out. but put the coat away for a day or two.
we'll call weather any time that is gets ominous. you can see the fog drifting in across the city. very pretty night. we will see patchy fog tonight. high today 64. so we were above the average of 61 on today's date. highest wind gust 20 miles per hour. we didn't pick up rain tonight. there was shower activity though in the lee high valley. right now 52 allen town. 60 philadelphia. 55 vine land. and for atlantic city good evening. it's 63. in the distance you can see our sky. there is rain out there. again that is well to the west of us. in fact it's even west of lee high valley. strap on the seat belt we're in for a roller coaster ride. this is what you need to know. unseasonably warm temperatures for the next two days. 70s. we have several chance of shoufr showers. the wince weather. daylight saving time ends saturday night.
sunday morning. flip the clock back an hour. and change the batteries in your smoke detecter. we have a wet pattern next week with cooler than average temperatures. you'll need the big jacket back. quiet here. nothing showing up. but you can see the showers at this point moving across the west of the state. look at the snow that's moving through wisconsin. everything is moving to the north of us. associated with a storm system off to the west and the warm front will press in our direction bringing us sunshine and warmer temperatures tomorrow. wind turn to the south. look tomorrow into the low 70s across the area. with a mix of sun and clouds. by the time we get to friday we'll make it into the mid-70s with a mix of sun and clouds. a scattered shower come through from the system we saw to the west. and then temperatures sort of drop out by the time we get into saturday morning it's chilly again. into the upper 50s and low 60s on our saturday. it is going to be a very brisk weekend. for tonight, 55 philadelphia.
51 south jersey. 51 delaware. tomorrow we are going to see a mix of sun and clouds. 73 in philadelphia. 72 south jersey. 66 along the jersey shore. ten day on ten we are dwoing to be looking at a bit of a warm up for the next two days. look it drops off. 60s over the week. scattered shower after we're hoping after the eagles game. drama in the emergency room. >> action only doctors and thurss usually see. -- nurses usually see. tomorrow night the investigators give us exclusive access to the men and women on the other side of the sirens. untold story gun violence has on their lives. >> that's tomorrow night at 11. following chicago fire. after 8 years of chris christie, is kim guadagno the change
new jersey really needs? guadagno is christie's hand-picked successor. says she's "proud to be part of the christie administration." guadagno was chris christie's right hand as our schools came under attack, critical services were underfunded, and our credit rating was downgraded...11 times. from the bridge to the beach, we've seen it all, and we've had enough. kim guadagno isn't the change we need.
we have been following for you. sky force 10 live with a police officer was shot tonight. that officer hit in the leg. >> he was taken here to cooper university hospital. you can see a patrol car there. we don't know if that car belonged to the officer who was shot. we know that officer should be okay. we're told that a suspect is under arrest. we will keep you updated on the breaking story on air and online. joseph, i'm steve. how are you?
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old number. the chemistry and leadership they have he will buy in. he was traded because of his attitude and maybe he wuntd being a team first guy. jay says he sa team guy. and the birds believe that. >> he seems like he's a great fit and great guy. and a heck of a ballplayer. i don't foresee that being an issue. we have such good leadership and veterans, if there is any to have that it will get squished real quick. >>. >> sixers center okafor wants out. he asked the sixers for a buy out. he wants to be traded. he won't be here next season. he wants to play somewhere else. sixers hosting the hawks. what a crowd. they start out 6 for 6 from 3 point range. sixers high 22 poib points.
ben simmons gets the ball to embiid. eleven points in the final seven minutes. 21 over all c. feeling the love. 19 for big ben. sixers win 119-109. three straight wins. the first at home. and ben simmons was one assist short of a triple double. he's nowhere near his potential. >> way more. and i have to keep working hard and staying in the gym. i think in a few years it will be fun. >> wow. how about that. fliers in chicago. against the black hawks. fists flying. they have lost four of five. getting shut out.
a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward. why arit's because sweeney'sing been exposed as aeeney? double dipping pension padder. caught spending campaign money on lavish dinners and fine cigars for his pals.
a couple warm days ahead. >> and then we'll be cooler over the weekend with wince weather. when it's shower ri out this. >> he does well in it. that's for sure. >> i'm jim rosenfield. thanks for watching. the tonight show is coming up next. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- chris hemsworth, lindsey vonn, musical guest