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bars. police are searchi for a second suspect who got away. nicole estefan is live in saugus. reporter: for several hours now police were hunting for wanted man. they have been concentrating on the woods in this area. they are asking area residents to be vigilant. >> wanted. the search is on from the air and on the ground in saugus. >> i was in bed and heard a large impact and got up and went outside and saw the car in the middle of the street banged up. reporter: it began early monday morning on route one when the state police spotted a stolen eke have. a brief chase ensued and was called off. and then minutes later the suspect's car crashed into this suv. the driver shaken, but no idea who was inside. >> are you okay? car? >> no, i don't know that.
driver, 45-year-old michael guthrow and passenger 32-year-old jacqueline murphy are responsible for the assault of a revere officer with a high per deer mick needle. it ended in this crash and an officer seriously injured. >> it is scary. he is a dangerous person. reporter: guthrow unsuccessfully tried to carjack a woman before taking off on foot. in hand handcuffs and on a stretcher he was arrested on the scene. heather:that was nicole reporting. and harvey leonard is joining us now. i loved the mild weekend. harvey: wasn't it great? winter is making a come back. >> it is going to make a bit of a come back. we have two storms, one over the southeast and that's the first one. >> that has a lot of water with it.
one comes we will be like warm and tropical again. we will be all over the place. let's take them one at a time and talk about the time period that's closest. although we are chillier, we are not that cold. squaw -- quebec is cold and tonight. then the moisture starts to ride up the coast. as we get to 2:00 tomorrow afternoon you can see snow breaking out close to hartford. it can be just at the time during or just after it. something like that is when snow will reach in. there will be several hours where it could snow before the warmer air comes in at higher levels and mixes it and changes it to rain and boston and the coast. along 495 the temperatures may still be below 32 on wednesday morning. they are concerned with icing. in terms of snow aett coulding to a couple inches. one to three north and west of i-95 in boston and then we have the winter weather advisory from 4:00 p.m.
on wednesday for the freezing drizzle over the central portions of our area. ed: a boy is charged with the stabbing of a 15-year-old boy. now more on what sparked the deadly attack. todd kazakiewich is live. reporter: ed, we learned in court that it started as an argument between the vehicle tim and the girlfriend of the defendant. things escalated quickly. the girlfriend allegedly got a knife. it started on the other side of columbia road. the victim staggers across bleeding with moments to live. >> mr. hopkins died of a stab wound to his heart. he was 15 years of age. reporter: prosecutors say the killer is also a teenager. 16-year-old amari pope is seen here in his booking photo. the fatal stabbing happened in dorchester. a neighborhood home to pope and the victim, deion hopkins, who is being remembered
it started as an arangement between pope's girlfriend and hopkins. pope grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed hopkins in the heart. >> surveillance video show moments after mr. hopkins fell to the ground essentially lifeless and mr. pope standing over him and circling him with a knife in his hands. >> hopkins was rushed to bmc where he was know -- was pronounced dead. his unkl -- uncle has sadness. >> it is a child. of course there is animosity. it is a message. reporter: pope is being charged as an adult. during the arraignment he was allowed to hideout side the courtroom. the prosecutor said as hopkins was rushed to the hospital on sunday afternoon pope and his family approached police and pope confessed. pope has several other open cases, but obviously this murder charge is the most serious. tonight he is being held
court date which comes up at the end of march. todd kazakiewich, wcvb newscenter 5. heather:a framingham man is being held without bail. 19-year-old william mccuin and a second suspect, neither of whom is a umass student was let in the dorm to complete the drug deal. during the deal he struck the victim in the head with a handgun and ran off with $120. the suspect is on the loose. ed: a bizarre car crash. the car slammed into the building. the driver then ran off. then the brockton woman showed up at the police station and admitted it was her. police say she overcompensated and lost control of the car and alcohol was not involved. the driver will not be charged with leaving the scene of an accident and negligent operation. the patched up hole is rather
for business. heather:commitment 2016 and a week to go from the massachusetts primary. bernie sanders is back in the bay state. he was in boston this afternoon and he is holding a rally in amhurst. >> 9,000 supporters are expected at the rally on the campus. he spent the day here in the bay state you a -- in the bay state. the presidential contender held a news conference in boston where he received the endorsent in of national people's action. that's a grassroots organization. we spent a lot of time discussing the difference of opinion he has with hillary clinton on five critical issues. the vermont senator was critical saying she is starting to take a page from the senator's campaign book. >> i have to say that i am delighted that secretary
after month seems to be adopting more and more of the positions that we have advocated. that's good. in fact is beginning to use lot of the language and phraseology. i saw a tv add and i thought it was me. turns out it was secretary clinton's picture in the ad. reporter: senator sanders' home stage of vermont and massachusetts are the two new england states that will vote on super tuesday. sanders is not the first candidate to turn his attention to massachusetts. over the weekend ohio governor john kasich had an event the same day as the south carolina primaries. about 9,000 people are expected and many of whom attended here. they were in line for hours. the college-age voting demographic is right up the
appealing a lot to what he has to say is falling on supportive here on college campuses. reid lamberty, wcvb, newscenter 5. ed: on the republican side it is on to nevada. donald trump is there as are marco rubio and ted cruz. trump is leading with rubio and cruise locked in a battle for second. today cruz fired his national campaign spokesman after a posting of a video that accuses cruz of dismissing the bible. heather:and an officer is allowed to resign and never face his chill charges. more on an alleged cover up. >> they are looking for who ever lost this. >> and just some time to give us some snow this time tomorrow night.
heather: 5 investigates an alleged cover up. this comes after a police officer accused of sexual misconduct was allowed to resign and never faced criminal charges. ed: why he never faced charges. his story changed after a woman went to the police. >> so you didn't commit any sexual acts. ed: to an admission he was there with his pants open even though he insisted he was not masterbating. >> i want to you a apologize to lying to both of you. the only thing i can say is i was playing with myself.
for personal reasons. even know the record shows the department considered charging him with a crime. after he resigned they say they were using vacation time and he decided he would not be returning. the facts remained a secret for two years as they fought the release of the records. they were forced to appeal to the secretary of state's office twice and they ruled in our favor both times. then the city took the unusual step of giving him another woke to try to stop the records from becoming public. >> were you trying to protect sergeant chasen? >> absolutely not. reporter: it wasn't a cover up, but he is now speaking out to his local newspaper raising more questions. my decision to leave the police department was based on an agreement with the city that the investigation would not be shared outside the department without my written consent. it is clear now that the city misrepresented their ability to comply with their end of the agreement. >> were you hoping this would just go away quietly?
situations like this ever go away quietly. reporter: they deny they had a confidentially agreement, but his could i yet -- quiet departure allowed him to get a job with the state working with the medical marijuana. he remains on administrative leave from that post as the county of public health does their investigation. ed: harvey is tracking a wintry mix and heavy downpours that will impact not one, but two chutes. commutes. heather:and a terrible carjacking involving a mother and her baby girl.
mother and her baby is being held without bail. the victim's husband says this traumatic experience will haunt his wife for the rest of her life. rhondella richardson talked with him and she is live in brockton. rhondella? reporter: police say the carjacker was under the influence of crack cocaine. at first he jumped in the seat before the victim and then said oops wrong car and then it turned violent. for a second time jose robles is charged with arm carjacking. >> every time she pops the trunk to put groceries in and every time she puts it in the back of the car she will have to relive that day. there will be a degree of anxiety and panic she will have to deal with for the rest of her life. reporter: she unlocked her car and walked toward it. in the 9-1-1 call she said roble hoped in.
he tried to start it. [inaudible]. >> it was a friend's car. reporter: it went from a cor jill apology to criminal. he pulls a bb gun on the mom and disoal her purse. the carjacker crashed. the family is so relieved that robles told sanders to unstrap the baby before the police chase and crash. robles was slapped with with a six-year sentence. >> it doesn't have to be your family. it can happen a third time. our little girl is fine. we have been concentrating on this last week stealing pieces of happiness back. reporter: and because it was a bb gun and not a firearm the defense attorney was arguing against the charge of armed robbery and armed carjacking with a failed arangement so far. argument so far.
that the winter is still here. heather:it is february. harvey: and as we enter you can expect more ups and downs to make reappearances with certainty. 35 is the temperature in boston. a gentle breeze that is off the water. it is in the 30s. you can see the cape is right in the low to mid30s as well. really the tip off of getting suddenly colder tonight into tomorrow is the temperatures in ottawa and quebec as it is moving down on the northeasterly winds. these are the temperatures to expect starting out your day tomorrow. certainly colder than today. we have a couple of storms. this is the first one. when this bumps into our region this time tomorrow, for awhile we will be cold enough for some snow. it went to stay that way, but enough for some accumulation. then the send storm is back in there. by the time it affects us, we
that won't be snow. here is storm number one. it comes on up and there is snow along the northern fringes. the snow is approaching hartford, connecticut. it is right around the evening commute. it can be right around the start of it or the end of it. the window will be very important. it will snow until close to midnight and then we will start to change over particularly along the coast to rain. the temperatures over the interior outside of 495 techily are going to remain below freezing. that transition will go to freezing drizzle and freezing rain. then we will get heavy rains eventually overnight wednesday night into thursday morning. what i am expecting is a coating to two inches of snow from southeastern mass before the rain takes over. from taunton to foxborough and points north and west, about one to three inches will accumulate discouring the first part of tomorrow night before -- accumulate during
night. it is because of freezing rain and freezing drizzle, that's why the winter weather advisory is in affect. if it looks like we can get more snow in the first two to four inches, the winter weather advisory will be expanded. the heavy rains will be the wednesday night late into thursday morning part of the storm. also strong southerly winds during that time and maybe even localized wind damage. even the thunderstorms cannot bree ruled out at that time -- cannot be ruled out at that time. the one thing we qant -- he want to talk about is the rainfall could easily be one to two inches. that's the deal. swree snow for tomorrow night at least for awhile and we have iciness over the interior. a windy and colder conclusion to the week and start to the
i'll update you the next hour. >> now, sports center 5 with mike lynch. >> hi, everybody welcome to spring training. i am siting on a bench while the red sox are taking batting practice. david ortiz sits down next to me and two other members of the media and says oh man i made a mistake this winter. i told somebody this was going to be my last year. i think i made a mistake. we looked at him like oh my goodness and he says i'm just messing with you guys. of course it is my last year and broke out in the infectious chuckle. this after the moment he left the locker room and reconciled with david price. i can guarantee you big papi is not riding off into the sunset just yet. it is his final spring and his final season. he was all smiles.
his teammates. some have known and played with him for a long time. especially 32-year-old dustin paw -- pedroia. >> who is the one red sox player you don't have to throw against. >> pedroia. it takes too many pitches. i would rather he hit a single on the first pitch and let me try to get a double play after that. he is a guy that works the count so well. he doesn't chase. he is an extremely tough out. >> a compliment. >> that's a great compliment. that's the approach that we took off him. he is so tough. we get him to throw as many pitches and get him the heck out of the game. it is a compliment to our team too on how we approach great pitchers. reporter: i think they are both happy they are on the same team. after the cameras went off
locker talking about his new jeep. he said go out and take a picture. you will hear it when i pull away. we went out and took pictures. he claims it is one of two like this in the entire world. only one other person on the planet has a jeep like this one and nicknamed "the bandit." then he was asked if he will ease his way back to camp. wrong question to ask. did. shorts. this is not softball. you wear pants, you know what i mean? i will come when you wear facts are facts. i don't play softball. reporter: at home against the columbus blue jackets.
he now has 30 on the season. >> it is more a mental thing. been on the road for awhile. then you come back home and you have to play again. we have to be mentally prepared to play and come back. we can't let any other distractions creep in and affect the way we prepare. reporter: where are we next? we can't tell if it is the jets taking off or pedroia going down the parkway in his new jeep. that's the story at 7:00. >> that's great. i haven't seen one like that and i know jeeps. ed: that is alt tame. heather:the hawaiian should make an appearance. ed: flash floored on newscenter 5 at 7:00 and 11:00. reporter: new at 7:00, tiny scopes responsible for big discoveries. you will want to stay tuned for that and then new at 11:00, making sure you are safe when you set foot in a taxi.
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>> get ready for winter again, right? harvey: yes a winter reminder this time tomorrow night and after the snow that looks to be the amount i would expect. a little icing over the anterior and then tropical pours wednesday night. ed: the angle of the sun feels more like spring and you have extended hours of sunlight. you don't want to go back to winter. heather:and the tree limbs keep coming down.
breaking news tonight in the race for the white house. the major resignation. also, donald trump, is he now unstoppable? rubio and cruz, battling to be the alternative. but with both of them in, does it help trump? >> you're going to say, please, please mr. president. we can't stand it anymore. we don't want to keep winning. >> and tonight, has hillary clinton turned a corner? inside the seven hours of terror. the alleged uber gunman in court. six dead. and you will hear from the passengers who got into his uber car before and after the shootings. what he said to them. the storm system tonight, in the south, possible tornadoes, hail and about to move right up the east coast. major snow right behind it.