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his contract and the response i got was we don't care about his contract. reporter: campanello's attorney would not answer our questions at the press conference, only calling the investigation a witch hunt from the start. now campanello is nationally recognized and it helped the 500 addicts get into treatment and it lead to similar programs in 28 other states. at julie mcdonald, wcvb newscenter 5. >> ben: a suspect is dead when he allegedly turned a gun on them as they tried to serve a search warrant. diane is live at the scene. diane? reporter: well, it all unfolded inside this condo building here behind me this morning after police identified an armed robbery suspect and tried to serve a search warrant at his home. tonight we spoke to one of the
by what happened. it felt like it went on for weeks. >> it was very traumatic. reporter: he was going up to his office last monday when two men pointed guns at him. >> walked up to my face and said do you want to live? do you want to go home 1234 we know where you live. reporter: the armed robbers had one of his employees tied up and they had him in zip ties before they left. >> into the safe and do this and that. reporter: the district attorney's office is trying to serve a search warrant when the officer involved shooting took place. they identified themselves at the suspect's door, but the suspect told them police were not going to take him. they say the officers forked their way in, but once the door was breached an officer saw the suspect pointing a gun at the door. the suspect walked into the hallway still pointing the gun at officers and that's when
i didn't know it would ever get to this much. reporter: and the d.a.'s office says the suspect was pronounced dead at the scene. they have not released his name. wcvb newscenter 5. heather:we are tracking hurricane matthew. this is the eye of the powerful category 4 hurricane as it was seen from space. right now it is c haiti very much feeling its wrath already. rhondella richardson shows us how two local groups with established orphanages are hoping the island will be spared the full impact. >> the clothing, the shoes, the toothpaste, the vitamins, everything is donated. reporter: hurricane matthew, potentially the biggest disaster for haiti since their daughter britney was killed in the 2010 earthquake. out of their loss they built brit's home, an orphanage dead
dream of improving lives in haiti. >> people are going to be devastated. reporter: they are in constant contact with the be like brit staff. >> we have boarded the windows on the second story. reporter: her mother just returned from dropping off supplies in haiti last night. >> we met a family this weekend and it is a mom and two little girls. they are in a tent with holes holes and dirt on the floor. the ring wi around the tent and down the hill. reporter: another organization on the ground in haiti is mission e4. thisy have two orphanages and six schools and two medical clinics and they have been dealing with the on going flooding there. >> when it comes over the mountain it dumps all of the rain right down on the area. reporter: scott long survived the 2010 earthquake in haiti. he is moving his missionary work into crisis mode to help. >> we create places for people
reporter: rhondella richardson wcvb newscenter 5. p. ed: florida and north carolina have declared emergencies. >> it is a huge storm. breaking also, jamaica has dropped the hurricane warning and it is now a tropical storm warning. the system will be farther east from jamaica. take a look. the track of it is taking it into western cuba -- excuse me eastern cuba and western haiti with a lot of wind and a lot of rainfall. after that it is trending to the west. it is to the out of question that the u.s. southeast coast gets a more direct impact. we'll keep an eye on this closely. the satellite loop is very impressive. hurricane matthew with a big old eye pictured in the center of your screen and moving off to the north. it is all going to come down to what the midlevel jet stream and upper level jet stream winds try to do. if this system can be deeper
talking about a track more like this. if it stays flat it will fling it out to sea. sthat's uncertain. we will talk about potential i'm -- impacts and potential timing. ed: 5 investigates is looking at a woman who would bring the woman who assaulted her son to justice. he faced a judge after years of delays. matthew feeney arraigned in a courtroom on charges he sexually assaulted a 14-year-old boy back in extradition to massachusetts while serving time in minnesota for another sex assault case. the alleged victim's mother sat down exclusively with 5 investigates in august. saying how she was upset she invited feeney into the home while unaware of past assault charges. today in court lawyers argued to continue with the sex offender treatment program. >> we have one of the most
as its intensity and impact on the citizen. >> the prosecutors say feeney has been abusing children since the early 1990s and doubted that treatment would help. feeney pleaded not guilty to charges today. heather:it is the end of the line for james "whitey" bulger. they refused to hear his story. >> bulger claiming his constitutional rights were violated during the 201 threa trial. the nation's highest court disagrees. the u.s. supreme court did not say why it won't hear whitey bulger's appeal. but steven davis wants to know what the crime boss has to say. >> if he wasn't given the rights he had to give to speak, yeah, i don't think he was given a fair trial. >> he wanted to tell jurors
prosecutor promised him immunity decades ago for his crimes including murder. the prosecutor died in 2009 and bulger was not allowed to bring it up during trial. >> he should have been able to and the public would have loved to have seen what was the outcome of that. >> they believe the testimony may have shed even more light on a corrupt law enforcement and justice system. >> and that's what i think a lot of us would want because we know behind it all that it was there were others behind it. >> steven davis adds that even had bulger been able to share his side of the story with the jury during his 2013 trial, it would not have made any difference in the end. wcvb newscenter 5. >> it is a major mess and the mayor is furious after the stadium used for a weekend festival is trashed. >> a popular burrito
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price tag will be significant. forget playing the games on the field. it is too damaged to even practice. the sounds of clean up replacing what should be the sounds of play. >> it is messed up. we are trying to represent and there is trash. reporter: the football team is out of luck. the veterans memorial field is useless on monday and this is why. mounds of trash and damage left behind from a sunday festival. >> it was a mess. before. reporter: it is the biggest brazilian event. it is for $20,000 and more than 2,000 people created the mess not one cleaned it up. the field is littered with these sharp pieces of broken glass. it wasn't just the trash, but the message left behind. the school superintendent tweeting out who ever rented
should be ashamed of yourselves. and i'm towing your beer truck. are you kidding me? what is the message to our kids. the city is footing the bill for now, but mate yes, sir says they will -- but the mayor says they will do what they have to do. >> we will make sure they breech the contract and make sure it doesn't disappear. reporter: you can see the field looks clear, but these pieces of glass are still everhe cleaning that up. we reached out several times and never heard back. wcvb newschannel 5. ed: thing are popping up on our radar. heather: and keeping an eye on hurricane matthew. and also, a second chance on life.
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of smoke on the top wo floors of the 12-story building. did uh -- it appears that the cause of smoke is the generator and no word of injuries reported. heather:now a sax player that we told you about a few weeks ago. this was marty philips six weeks ago. he was unable to play standing up. he was a medical center waiting for a new heart after the other had complete failure. everything went as well as it possibly could have. >> a week ago saturday i was on the verge of death. even with all of the machinery and everything. >> he has so much to be thankful for. he has to take it easy for a
be careful not to pick up any illness. that's very important. as you can see, he can still play and that is something he never plans to stop. ed: what did you say his wish was? to stand and play and there he is. all right, aj, everybody is focused on what could or could not happen with this thing, right? >> yes, and right now we have scattered showers. we also have some scattered showers moving through concord and manchester and these are drifting to the southwest. a couple of you will get drenched if you are in the path of these. for the most part they are outside of 495. meanwhile this is all being
this will fizzle out and it channels our winds in from the north and east. we are calling it mostly cloudy. there are drizzle areas toward dawn as well. as the high shifts southward it brings the winds off the waters and it gives us a stream of moisture. it is low-level moisture that will have a hard time scooting out of here. let's advance this to midnight. a lot of cloud around, right? and thenom you wake up the kids are heading off to the bus stop. pockets of drizzle especially eastern sections of the state. a lot of clouds and patchy fog. the drizzle down there as well. take it easy on the roadways. for tuesday, tomorrow, at 2:00 in the afternoon we start to notice breaks of sunshine moving in from the northeast. this will gradually start sinking southward. so by the end of the day i expect some sunshine. the weather gets better from here for the most part as we
highs either side of 60 with the wind coming in out of the northeast. a little ominous out there, but it gets better. hurricane matthew with winds of 140 miles an hour and moving north at five to 10 miles an hour. drenching rains throughout western seconds of haiti and into eastern cuba and into the bahamas and eventually on up into portions of florida and georgia and the carolinas. potentially if the storm gets close enough theck western haiti and into the bahamas where the hurricane warnings are indicated by red are in effect. the track is trending farther to the west. the atlantic side of florida and into the carolinas and potential for greater impacts. the question becomes what does it do after that? i have shown you a couple of models and i have put an x
center of circulation thinks it is going to be. it will not pan out exactly like this, but it guess you a good -- but it gives you a good idea. where we start to see the discrepancies between these two models is when we get toward sunday and certainly on into monday. the storm is by us with one of the models and another takes it out to sea. again big questions concerning where this track is going to end up. we'll continue watching it carefully. the tnd skies tomorrow. fog early on wednesday and giving way to partial sunshine. we'll keep it sunny into friday. as we start to feel the impact big questions to the when and the where and the how it gets here. to p we'll have more tonight at 10:00 and 11:00.
xfinity. >> tom brady was back at gillette stadium. he will be spending plenty of time there this week. though listening to his teammates you would theng they had blinders on. reporter:.ve in foxborough. reporter: talk turned from the bills to brady. is tom brady actually in the building 1234 three teammates we spoke with hadn't seen them. and all three playoff fence. nate protects his blind slater is a receiver who is a team captain who has been brady's teammate for nine seasons. >> thrilled to have him back. we know what type of player he has been for the team and know what type of leader he is for the team. all that being said we have a job to do with him aer now. we are excited about the challengeds that lie ahead. >> was there any sort of icebreaker with tom in the meetings, good to be back or
>> have you seen tom yet today? >> no. >> what was it like when he walked through the door this morning? did he say anything to the team? >> i haven't seen him yet. >> is he here today? >> i can't answer that question. >> another patriot player we have not seen was rob nikovich. he was suspended for the league substance abuse polly so. he violatedha the teammates said they didn't see brady. wcvb sports center 5. >> those interviews are conducted between 3:00 and 3:30 this afternoon. >> red sox will work out at fenway and then they head for cleveland to open the division series. the start times for the first three games were released today. thursday night in cleveland is an 8:08 start. and then sunday at fenway park will be a 4:08 start which is right after the patriots play
indians in boston. monday night's game should it be necessary, tba. but the sox open up the series on the trail. >> we're looking forward to it. we played some good baseball in the last -- particularly the last six weeks. we felt we generated momentum in our favor and we feel like we have a balanced team. it is one that is ready to >> they are all back with the bruins and skating after returning from the world cup of hockey final in toronto. he tied the game with another three minutes to go. marshawn won the game and they are all back playing on the
about where the team is going. the guys are excited to be in here. it is a bright future ahead of the team. very proud and want to be part of the organization for a longtime. >> the theme for all three teams is. ? ohio ? ed: and dot the i. what was that saying about brady you said? >> he wouldn't tell you if his pants were on ed: hi, maria. reporter: hello ed and heather. are you walking around on their product and not even know it? the company that has been putting the soles in your shoes for decades and then at 11:00, the hospital in haiti in the direct path of hurricane matthew. the team here in massachusetts that is coordinating pre storm efforts. first, abc world news tonight.
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tonight, breaking news. the monster hurricane. the category 4 storm already deadly. tearing through the caribbean at this hour, haiti and jamaica bracing. and then, the models show it coming toward the u.s. states of emergency already declared along parts of the u.s. coast. also breaking, donald trump just moments ago, with his involving his taxes. reports he might not have paid federal taxes for nearly 20 years. what trump says now. the outrage tonight over this video. a call to 911 about a suspicious person. the man telling police he was simply waiting for his mother to come home on her porch. >> what are you doing? >> then taken down by police. it was his mother's home. the aborted landing. the passenger jet and the emergency moments before