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i want to apologize to all the fans and everyone for their support. this weekend is probably going to be -- i am focusing on the biggest game of my life. reporter: the media was shooed out of the locker room as he was being asked to encouraged him to go to the police station on sunday morning, so we did not get an answer. it' s unlikely the patriots will be answering any other questions regarding the matter. ed: all of that happened just after the foxpro police released the incident report from this bizarre visit. for that side of the story, let' s go live to john atwater. reporter: all those details can out in these police reports which were just released. according to an officer who is here sunday morning, chandler jones, when he arrived, got down on his knees and appeared to be praying or worshiping. it was certainly a bizarre encounter. i won'
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it looked like jones is trying to surrender. the defensive end had walked here early sunday morning from his home across the street and he went to the back of the police station before officers escorted him to the front, where paramedics eventually helped him. the officers say he appeared nervous and anxious and had scurried through the parking lot. according to the police report he said, "i' m chandler jones," and kept telling officers that he had been told to come to the police station. jones was transported to the hospital. officers did go to his home because he had mentioned he left his keys behind, but when the officer went to the home he reported he spelled burnt marijuana inside. ed: our coverage of the story continues with coach belichick, not having anything to say about this incident. mike is here with his comments. reporter: he spoke to the media six hours before we heard from
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before we asked one question, belichick immediately address the jones issue in his opening statement. >> relative to chandler' s situation, there is nothing more important to me personally than the health and well-being of our players a . that is the way it is with this organization. me personally, i don' t think that will ever change. i really don' t have anything to add. reporter: meanwhile, rob gronkowski this morning got treatment on his right knee, and part of the treatment included an injection. he was held out of practice with a limited participation. he suffered a bad bruise on thanksgiving weekend. the is expected to play on saturday. this has hardly been your average patriots playoff week. ed: indeed. zero asking you -- do you think chandler jones will be a
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we love for you to weigh in on facebook, on twitter, on breaking news tonight involving let' s get to to: stephan with what we know. reporter: if you take a look around and terminal c, things are moving pretty t the case an hour ago. folks check in and they see a message that says system down. i want to show you some video we shot around noon today. look at these long lines. the outage impacted the entire jetblue network. it is one of the largest airlines at logan, the system down in total for about two hours. the airline tells us the time in davis happened, around noon, is their slowest time of
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as they near the busiest time in the terminal. so the good news is, if you are flying out tonight, everything is back up and running. no delays at this point. we are also told that the cause of this outage remains under investigation. ed: heartbreak tonight after a teenager was killed in a crash in connecticut. the 18-year-old was killed when the car she was in, with three friends, crashed into a frozen pond. it happened in union, connecticut near the massachusetts border. police say the car went into a lawn unch area before eating into the lake. >> i couldn' t open the door. the ice was too sick and the water was -- too th ick and the water was too cold. ed: others are being treated for hypothermia and frostbite. boston police are investigating a deadly shooting in mission hill.
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to an apartment for a medical condition when they found a d the victim. they spend hours gathering evidence. the woman charged in a dorchester hit and run makes her first appearance in court. the 34-year-old hit her face under a hood when she appeared before the judge. she is accused of striking and killing a construction worker yesterday. he was pronounced dead at the scene. she was at the wheel of vhs transportation van that allegedly never stopped. prosecutors told police she was adjusting the heat and pulling down the visor when she heard a loud boom. she was pulled over 20 minutes later. police, hazmat crews, bomb squad just wrapped up a second day. let' s get to pam crush. they are calling this a case of porting? reporter: it certainly could be. they found a lot of stuff in the house across the street, and a lot of weaponry.
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police were called to the house because no one had seen the resident for a few days. fire department got inside and they were concerned by what they saw. we are told by the neighbors of belongings were everywhere, it was tough to move. but the reason they call the bomb squad. -- there were weapons of all types grenade launchers, world war ii ordinances. the bomb squad back here today for a second day. the fire chief many of the weapons could be ignorant nert, but test. one estimates as there could be as many as 100 firearms in the house but they have removed quite a lot. the homeowner was in the hospital and was not at home. he will face charges. ed: breaking news out of italy. in the death of an american woman says his client fought
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ashley olsen was found naked in a rented florence apartment on saturday. she had been strangled with the court, bruises and scratches on her neck. a senegalese immigrant was detained based on dna evidence taken from the scene. olsen, a florida native, had been living in florence for three years. isis claiming responsibility for terror attacks in indonesia, killing two people. the suspects exchanged gunfire outside the coffee shop, a imitated the reason paris attacks. all five attackers affiliated with isis were killed. 20 others were hurt. a powerful fire is under investigation, and you can see multifamily home. it happened overnight. occupied at the time. no one was hurt, but a people were displaced. in the kitchen.
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s not considered suspicious. another fire overnight, flames quickly knocked out at the home on neptune circle. squad was sent to the scene. for this fire. several people have displaced and damage is estimated that $50,000. overdoses reported yesterday, numbers are staggering. the city typically averages two or three a day -- it is not clear which drugs were involved in the overdoses or if any of them are connected. right now, a new hampshire man is under arrest after police say they found child sex abuse images on his computer. it was back in march that police launched an investigation in that region and identified william alexander as a suspect. he is charged with 10 counts of child sex abuse images.
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a woman' s body found in her home, and she had been there for as long as two and a half years. over the years, neighbors and police have been to the home of the 69-year-old and hadn' t in her, but officers never went inside until last week. the medical examiner' s office says the woman die from cardiovascular disease. you are on a bus and that is video of violent confrontation caught in cleveland. a passenger with a knife attacks' , who refuses to -- a knife attacks the bus driver. h he threatens to pull out a gun but it turns out he didn' t have one. other passengers watched before walking away. the suspect was eventually arrested. to commitment to thousand 16 now. republican presidential hopefuls gearing up for another debate in south carolina. this is the sixth of the campaign season.
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two grou ps. the undercar debate will feature carly fiorina, mike huckabee, and rick santorum. fresh off that debate, donald trump is heading to iowa. on saturday, he will attend a hosted by a former massachusetts senator. doors open at 10:00 in the morning. 11:30. bernie sanders is in new hampshire today. at 6:00, he will lead a town hall discussion hosted by dartmouth college, than an hour townhome. senders continue to lead his rival in the numbers, according to the latest poll. in maine, the bid to impeach s governor has fallen short.
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attention when he said drug dealers were coming to maine and getting white women pregnant. the call to catch the governor -- claims that the republican governor pressure to charter school operator -- he has called the attacks against him a witchhunt. that big winning ticket wasn' t sold in massachusetts, but two $1 million tickets were sold in the bay state. keith bauer is one of the winners. his wife sarah joined him in claiming the prize. he bought it at a convenience store. another was sold in massachusetts. time now to flash forward to 5:00. students volunteering on a mission trip in honduras killed in a crash.
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reporter: they say ge will change boston, but is boston ready to change? ed: new at 7:00, what is synthetic marijuana? we focus on the drug now. reporter: i' ve got my eye on the next potential storm developing in the gulf of mexico. what form it will take, the timeline, and what it means. ed: and we follow breaking news speaking of the patriots. the incident. jones says "i made a stupid
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>> you are watching newscenter 5 at 4:30. ed: quarter to five and this is what the traffic looks like. that is the pike heading out and west, in the traffic is slow. the traffic going into town isn' t that bad. we will check the drive times for you.r . red all around the area. upper deck is 10 minutes. and look at this mess. it gets slow when you head into town. then you are pretty quick coming out of the tolls. a. 15 minute ride -- a 15 minute ride.
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remember this car that was covered in ice in buffalo? it has been removed from the spot it was in and it took a tow truck, a four-man crew, and calcium chloride to get it out and get the frozen water off . the area was turned into a tourist attraction but it is on its way out. in a there and impressive feat in the atlantic ocean, tropical storm alex is now hurricane, the first atlantic hurricane to form in the month of january since 1938. hurricane season runs from june 1 to november 30, so experts say is significant. how significant, harvey? harvey: quite significant. happened in january. in reality, that has happened a few more times, because if you t have this kind of satellite detection. but still.
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s an indicator of what might happen in 2016. harvey: still get excited -- don' t to get excited. it' s probably going to start weakening some. ed: and it is so far from here -- harvey: oh, yeah. but how about the islands this morning? the vineyard in nantucket both had snow. the wind came out of the west southwest, the cold air over the water, producing a stream of snow. it went right through the vineyards of nantucket, an in jenna half on the vineyard -- an inch and a half on the vineyard. what a beautiful looking sky and boston, a beautiful pink. if you can rush out to take a picture, tried to do that. when i degrees as the temperature in boston, the wind is 15 miles per hour. however if you look at the wind compared to yesterday, it is
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we certainly appreciate that difference. current temperatures are still cold. it is freezing in nantucket. not allow warmer than yesterday at this time, maybe 1-5 degrees, but if you couple that with the wind being down it does feel better. it will be a chilly night tonight but we aren' t going to drop down that much. if you are north of the pike, you may not get to 40 degrees. if you are south of the pike you probably will. there won' t be much wind but there will be a good deal of cloudiness. still, it will be an ok day to be outside. i want to show you the temperatures early saturday. this is the time precipitation will start. it looks like it is going to be rain for most of the area, so this is the storm just developing in the gulf of mexico, but with time, we will see it move up the coast. tomorrow we will have some clouds around ahead of the main storm. by the time we get to 11:00
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long island. it will then stretch northeastward, over spreading saturday. but things will change, because even though we will have it time we get to game time, it is done. the higher elevations, maybe the worcester hilll a few inches of snow. game is over. i also want you to see this bitter cold and eastern canada, the first half of next week. here' seven days. 40 degrees tomorrow, not too bad. saturday, the rain does come to an end. it will probably be in the upper 30' s for the start of the game in foxboro, low to mid 30' s by the end of the game.
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snow squall at bitter cold arctic air. ed: bitter indeed. focusing on your health this afternoon, a travel ban is being debated for pregnant woman taking a trip to some latin american and caribbean countries, around the carrying a virus that has been linked to brain damage in newborn babies. women and their first trimester are most at risk. they are likely to have children with smaller heads, damaged brains. in some cases in brazil, two newborns died shortly after birth and two others died in the womb. a popular lip balm under the cause or chapped lips to get worse. it' s called eos and the woman is filing a class action lawsuit. i couldn'
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ed: she posted pictures of her lips on facebook, and according to the lawsuit, other people describe similar experiences. in a statement, eos says it is without merit. the academy is recognizing a movie -- and chipotle with a new campaign following controversy. the new rules fr these little guys? they represent blood cells. and if you have afib-an irregular heartbeat that may put you at five times greater risk of stroke they can pool together in the heart, forming a clot that can break free and travel upstream to the brain, where it can block blood flow and cause a stroke. but if you have afib that's not caused by a heart valve problem, pradaxa can help stop
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pradaxa was even proven superior to warfarin at reducing the risk of stroke, in a clinical trial without the need for regular blood tests. and, in the rare event of an emergency, pradaxa is the only oral blood thinner other than warfarin with a specific reversal treatment to help your body clot normally again. pradaxa is not for people who have had a heart valve replacement. don't stop taking pradaxa without talking to your doctor. stopping increases your risk of stroke or blood clots ask your doctor if you need to stop pradaxa before any planned medical or dental procedure. pradaxa can cause serious, and sometimes, fatal bleeding. don't take pradaxa if you and seek immediate medical care for unexpected signs of bleeding, pradaxa may increase your bleeding risk if you're 75 or older, have kidney problems, stomach ulcers, a bleeding condition, or take certain medicines. side effects with indigestion, stomach pain, don't just go with the flow. the only blood thinner that lowers your risk of stroke better than warfarin
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reversal treatment. talk to your doctor
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ed: breaking right now. the husband of celine dion has passed away. he had been battling cancer for quite some time. he was the young man. tonight, hollywood is mourning the loss of alan rickman. the british star died today after a battle with cancer. he' s perhaps best known for his role in the harry potter series and hans gruber in diehard. among the movies nominated for best picture, "spotlight," that focuses on the pulitzer prize-winning boston globe investigation that uncovered the clergy sex abuse scandal. mark ruffalo and rachel mcadams were both nominated for their roles. the director was also nominated. you can watch the 88th academy awards sunday, february 28.
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supposedly is ready to -- chipotle is ready to declare its e. coli outbreak is over. we are waiting for official word. chipotle is also embarking on a new marketing campaign. the stock jumped 6% yesterday after dozens of people were sick in nine states. a separate virus incident second dozens of d.c. students in boston last month. shake shack is expanding its menu with chicken. this is the new chicken shack sandwich, available right now. shake shack has locations in chestnut hill, newbury street, and dunham. still ahead, a marathon bombing
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incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. p the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. p what this campaign is about is to demand that we create r an economy that works for all of us r rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. ed: congratulation to the boston bombing marathon survivor, who just got married. she posted this picture honor instagram account, showing off her prosthetic limb and new husband. "life is messy, and it will suck every ounce of fight out of you,
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only then will you be standing taller than ever, even if it happens to be on a fake leg." great to see. with phil and jc, newscenter 5 at 5:00 starts now. jc: breaking news. >> i made a pretty stupid mistake. phil: taylor jones apologizes to patriots nation. the police report with new details. jc: a controversial break. one school district giving some school time off of forcing others to stay in the classroom. harvey: a wet storms in changes to follow. jc: the claims a popular app works. >> from boston' s news leader, this is wcvb newscenter 5 at 5:00. phil: we begin with breaking news. we are hearing from the first time from chandler jones after that bizarre incident that landed him in the hospital. this is newly released police report that raises even more


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