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daughter i believe ran over her 2-year-old daughter with the vehicle. >> the frantic call for help after a little girl starts her mother's car and throws it in reverse. developing at 10:00 a teenager opens fire at an elementary school. >> thank god -- >> what we have learned about the gunman who shot two small children and a teacher. i'm tracking clouds and drizzle tonight but i'm timing the threat for steadier rain this week. >> oh, it was mad. it was real mad. see what a deer attacks a driver. >> announcer: now with breaking news this is fox 25 news at 10:00. complete new england news coverage. >> we begin with breaking news from weymouth where there's large crime scene involving an injured person. state police tell fox 25 they are assisting local police the norfolk county district attorney has no additional information for us at this time.
hear back right now from weymouth police. we do have a crew on the way to the scene right now and we'll bring you the very latest information as soon as it comes in. also tonight there are big new d.v.p.s surrounding the man who was rescued at -- new developments. good evening i'm vanessa welch. >> and i'm mark ockerbloom. carmen claims he did not harm his mother and he also says he has nothing to do with his grandfather's >> reporter: fox 25 is bringing you live team coverage at 10:00. our jacqui heinrich dug through new court documents seeing this carmen had a violent past. let's begin with malini basu live in vermont where nathan carney lived. >> reporter: that's right, vanessa and mark. we're back here in vernon, vermont. it has been about 14 hours nathan carman has not been home he left in his -- carmen has not been home he left in his big truck.
he says he is so happy that his son is okay and that he is thankful he's alive to tell us about this ordeal in the water. tonight there are still so many questions surrounding nathan carmen. carmen and his mother linda went out on a fishing trip 11 days ago. the boat named chicken pox mysteriously sank. linda is presumed dead. >> really don't want to say much at all at this point. my son is doing okay. clark carmen flew up here from california to be with his son. he spoke with the media you had of the middletown, connecticut home where he's saying. he says nagin survived a week on the life raft. a private freighter spotted him. >> it's a very difficult situation. none of us really know what he went through. >> reporter: his father says nathan has asperger syndrome he's a brilliant person. meanwhile back at his home
rhode island police searched his home. they took away a sim card and a letter written by nathan. his father says nathan needs his space right now. >> he's not at the point where he wants to speak. >> reporter: nathan was considered a suspect in his grandfather's murder in 2013. his father says nathan loved spending time with his grandparents would never do any harm to anyone. >> the past is the past. what i wanted to say about that would leave it alone. he's a good kid. he loved hits grandfather. they were the two most important people in his life. >> reporter: earlier today nathan spoke to the associated press. he tells them he feels good, he feels healthy his father also says this right now is an emotional roller coaster. you heard they need their space. again it has been about 14 hours nathan has not been home. again tonight no charges have been filed and his
vermont, malini basu, fox 25 news. a search warrant executed after the death of carmen's grandfather is showing disturbing details about the young man's troubled past and violent childhood. neighbors even describe him to police as murder boy. fox 25's jacqui heinrich dug through those documents and learned consultants on the case thoroughly discussed his neurological condition. investigators considered nathan carmen a suspect in his grandfather's unsolved a search warrant showing his mother told police she believed nathan was the last person to see his grandfather alive. according to the now missing woman, she was supposed to meet nathan later that day but he never showed up. investigators showed nathan's account of what happened didn't exactly add up. an hour of time he didn't account for when discussing his alibi with detectives and a statement in the warrant testifying that nathan was the only person who knew where his grandfather kept two vintage
caliber class the victim was shot with. no bullet shell casings were ever recovered evidence grove a manipulated crime scene. detectives say nathan got rid of a hard drive and g.p.s. monitoring device the morning his grandfather was found dead. interviews with family members describe nathan as a troubled invited kid saying as a child he held another child hostage with a knife. neighbors told police nathan was a time bomb waiting to go off and another the nickname murder boy. family corroborated those accounts saying they too were afraid of him. even going so far as to hire armed private security to protect them in their home. investigators say nathan put a lot of time into weapons research. finding detailed notes on sniper rifles and making self-propelled improvised explosive devices. that was jacqui heinrich reporting. she tells us that the warrant concluded by saying the investigation was ongoing and nathan carmen
search warrant right now on our website fox25boston.com. as we reported nathan carmen has asperger's syndrome. the former boston police superintendent and chief said carmen's mental health and well-being will be taken into consideration during the investigation. >> aspergers who are high functions and doesn't impact them at all. there have been other cases where asperger's some people had instances where they engaged in violent activity that they weren't able to control some impulses. the people with the syndrome but nitz a small case as such it's something you wanted to consider. >> ahead on fox 25 news at 11:30 i asked about carmen's past as this story continues to develop be sure to stay with fox 25 on air, obviously and on the fox 25 news app. the fox 25 news app is the perfect way to stay in the know whether you are not near the tv and it's free to download on any device. >> also developing at 10:00 police say a teenager shot and killed his father then
and opened fire. it happened in townville, south carolina about 35 miles southwest of greenville. two students and a teacher were shot. >> reporter: reports of a gunman sent parents rushing to the south carolina elementary school. >> pray for the families. fray for those kids. i thank god it wasn't mine. >> reporter: two children and a teacher from townville elementary were injured after the gunchman opened fire wednesday afternoon -- gunman opened fire wednesday afternoon. a teenager walked onto the handgun and shot three people before he was taken down by a volunteer fireman. >> one child and the teacher were released while the second child remains hospitalized in greenville after being airlifted there. first responders and school officials credit prior training for saving lives today. >> schools have all received active shooter training. the quick response by the principal, teachers and staff kept this horrific
enforcement officials have not yet released a motive for the shooting the coroner says the alleged shooter's father jeffrey osborne was found dead of a gunshot wound shortly after the suspect was apprehended. families here are thankful the situation was not any worse. >> i'm just so glad that they are okay i don't know if they were my daughter's classmates or somebody i knew. i don't know. >> reporter: just minutes ago police say the gunman called his grandparents who went home and found the teen's fair dead. tonight hospital. officials hope to update his condition tomorrow morning at 11:00 a.m. new at 10:00 a family of sean callier is asking congress to pass a bill to honor all first responders. the collier family wants a national first responders day to honor his sacrifice and the sacrifices of all men and women who put -- who put their lives on the line. they met with lawmakers on
fox 25 -- >> i think we would like it in that sense i think he would hate it if he knew it was going to happen because of him. i think he would think that was crazy. >> andrew works for nascar who along with hooters is promoting the initiative coast-to-coast. >> new at 10:00 governor charlie baker is reading to israel to pick massachusetts as a potential hub for israeli cyber security looking to expand in the u.s. the country on december 9th . certainly feels like fall outside it's cool and cloudy. let's get right to sarah wroblewski. we've got visibility a little bit reduced down across our southeastern areas as we travel south of boston towards the cape. this is where we're seeing a lot of clouds and some patchy drizzle as temperatures right now haven't really budged much. 50s, 60s that's pretty much what we're going to see overnight as the cloud cover
sure enough though north easterly winds have kept the cloud cover in our area throughout the day today also brought us some areas of drizzle. but look at the wet weather out to the west. now going to stay here for the day tomorrow. but as we get closer to the weekend some of this moisture will get closer to our area and increase our chances of steadier rain. so hour by hour tonight we're going to see mainly cloudy skies. spot drizzle here or there as temperatures fall back into the 50s in boston. to the see temperatures back into the 40s that wind will remain out of the northeast. it will continue, tomorrow, too. new at 10:00 attorneys for the family of 57-year-old boy who drown at a south boston summer camp will hold a news conference later this week. he was found dead in the waters after he disappeared from his city-run day program at the community center in july. the lawyers will only tell us their statement is connected to the tragedy.
seized over seven pounds of marijuana at one new bedford home. officers executed a warranted for a house on chancery street where they also found $88,000 in cash. also new at 10:00, something horrible happened after a little girl started her mother's car. here's part of the 911 call. >> next at 10:00 what police say led to this police shoot and kill an unarm black phone. the cell phone video showing the deadly encounter. >> the dash cam video
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developing at 10:00 we are hearing the 911 calls after 57-year-old girl started her mother's car then backed over her 2-year-old sister. >> just a horrible story. it happened in salem, new hampshire the toddler was flown to boon hospital. ted daniel the investigation is just getting started? >> reporter: yes, underway right now. the little girl is going to survive mark and vanessa, but she's in pretty tough shape. the wheels of the car ran over her legs. she also injured her head, chest and arm. police and child welfare services are investigating and it looks like the mother will end up in court for this. >> the caller states her
2-year-old daughter with a vehicle. >> reporter: the call came from a salem, new hampshire, home on south policy road. the situation nooushl the mother inconsoleable. >> >> reporter: it happened in park area outside the home. police say 57-year-old girl started her mom's ford focus and then put it into reverse backing over her 2-year-old sister's legs. >> ma'am. ma'am we cat i need to you take a breath -- i need you to take a breath. >> reporter: the 2-year-old conscious and in serious pain. salem police are considering criminal charges against the mother because they say the mom gave her 7-year-old permission to start the car and it's not the first time that has happened. in the community where the family lives, concern for the injured toddler and the
unbelievable. i'm like in shock. >> reporter: salem police say this is a powerful example of why children belong in the passenger seat and not behind the wheel. >> it's just not good common sense to allow a 7-year-old or a toddler to go out and start and play around vehicles. >> reporter: the family is not making any public comment at this time. we will continue to follow the investigation and let you mother is charged. reporting live outside children's hospital in boston tonight, i'm ted dang yell, fox 25 news. >> all right, ted. boston red sox have clenched the american league east division. the sox needed to beat the yankees they're up 3-0 bottom of the ninth in new york or have the toronto blue jays lose. the jays lost to the orioles. thank you very much. the red sox will try to finish the season as the top team in the american league if they can beat out the
advantage. fox 25 sports director tom leyden is at yankee stadium right now. we'll bring you a live report in just a few minutes. three people were killed this morning in a head-on collision on 195 east in westport. it happened between exits 10:00 and 11:00. the livery vehicle crossed the median hitting another car on the other side of the highway. one man says he talked to a driver who saw the livery vehicle swerving. >> he came across the median actually straightened them out and hit a couple cars. major one was head-on he said it looked like a bomb just exploded. >> two passengers a man and a toddler were injured and taken to hospital. state police are not releasing any identities at this time. >> the f.b.i. is giving out little information about an overnight raid at this home in quincy. our cameras spotted agents searching for residents and also searched at least one vehicle outside the home. the f.b.i. will only tell us
ongoing federal investigation. the mother of a little girl downtown dead in a trash bag on a local beach now plans to testify against her ex-boyfriend. an attorney for rochelle bond will testify against michael mccarthy the only thing she lives for at this point. bond's daughter bella was found on deer island in june of 2015 was known as baby doe until identified. mccarthy killed the toddler then the couple put the body in a refrigerator before dimping her in the ocean. mccarthy is charged with first-degree murder bond is charged with being an accessory. breaking news from capitol hill congress has just passed a spending bill that will keep the government running through december 9 account account. it will no -- decemberenth. it will now -- $500 in aid for louisiana and other states. tonight there's fresh fallout over a new police-involved shooting that claimed the life it
happened in el cajon, california. >> reporter: moments after the man is fatally shot by police an onlooker shot this video. a person claiming to be the victim's sister told dispatchers he was mentally ill but unarmed. >> i call you guys to come help me not to kill my brother. >> reporter: nearly an hour after that 911 call police arrived and say the man was acting erratically walking in traffic, pockets. one officer pointed a gun at him the other pointed a taser at him. >> at one point the male rapidly drew an object from his front pants pocket placed both hands together on it and end extend it rapidly towards the officer taking what appeared to be a shooting stance. >> reporter: a witness gave police cell phone footage of the incident. police released only this still image from the video showing the moment just before one officer fired a taser the other a gun.
on scene. the shooting has sparked small protests in the city. this comes after recent police shootings of black men in tulsa and charlotte have again put police under national scrutiny. protestors held their own press conference today. many of them calling on the department of justice to investigate. >> one officer thought it was a taser situation the other thought it was a lethal force situation. >> reporter: the veteran officers involved have been put on administrative leave. police are pledging to called for a third party to investigate. tonight a local high school football coach is on leave. there's concern he used harsh language towards his players. new at 10:00 why parents and students are supporting their coach. first hillary clinton and donald trump turn their focus to new hampshire. next
at 10:00 the surprise visit clinton made at a popular boston hotel this
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president of the united states hillary clinton. >> reporter: on the campus of u.n.h. hillary clinton and senator bernie sanders share a stage before a crowd of mostly students they talked about debt and paying for college. she made a promise. >> we should and we will make public vegs, tuition free for families earning less than $125,000. >> highest proportion of students with debt so this message does play well here. >> the truth is it is an expensive proposal but i will tell you what is even more expensive and that is doing nothing. >> reporter: it all underscores the importance of this state and how it's still very much in play this election year. during the february primary, sanders trounced clinton here in new hampshire propelled to victory with the help of young people and independents. and donald trump he won
>> isn't this one of the treangt elections you have ever seen. >> reporter: having sanders by her side helps to close the enthusiasm gap in a tight race in this battleground state. tonight donald trump's campaign pulled out a statement calling hillary clinton a career washington insider who who would do anything to win an election. trump is in bedford, new hampshire tomorrow and we'll there be. sharman sacchetti, fox 25 news. before his stop in the granite state tomorrow donald trump took on the clinton sanders >> i don't know how bernie sanders can be on the side of hillary clinton when the d.n.c., the democratic national committee run by hillary clinton's person deborah wasserman schultz. >> reporter: trumpy's rally is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. sharman sacchetti will be
4:00, 5:00 and 6:00 tomorrow. former red sox ace curt schilling is ready to run for office. he is eyeing elizabeth warren's senate seat. a recent poll found he would trail warren by about 20 points in hypothetical matchup. the former pitcher said he would even like to make a run for the white house in the future. the red sox have clenched the american league east division thanks today tonight to the baltimore orioles. or sports director tom leyden is setting up right now for a live report at yankee stadium. plus, the warning about a popular washing machine that could blow up. allegations of verbal abuse by a local football coach. but parents and students have a different take next. i'm tracking some areas of drizzle tonight but i will show you where this sun will be shining tomorrow one in eight
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john. >> reporter: vanessa and mark, no one we spoke to had anything bad to say about sean maguire and many were concerned about where these allegations came from. still this coach is on paid leave while these allegations are investigated. a football practice underway today at burlington high. as the school's varsity coach john maguire is benched on the allegations of inappropriate verbal conduct toward players. but what that means exactly is >> football is football. >> reporter: this man's son plays football. and it's the first he's heard of this or any claim against maguire. even still, he admits everyone needs to be careful they don't go too far. >> they are football players but i mean easy on the swearing. no hitting on the back of the head.
deserves them. but the school superintendent says they most take every allegation seriously. i want to thank our community members for their patience and support while this investigation is underway. the friends whose kids are have also played for maguire were shocked to hear the allegations saying only good things about the burlington football coach. >> i know the family they're a great family. are you surprised by the allegations very much so. >> maguire's lawyer says she believes these allegations run founded and expects them to be vint indicated once this investigation is completed. >> we continue to follow breaking news in way wrouth where a large crime scene has been set up.
>> reporter: mark, we're still getting very few details but i want to give you a look at where we're standing. i want to step up at the guard rail there are investigators in the woods with their lights just a few minutes ago they asked camera view to shut down their lights their equipment so they could use a black light it seems like as they gathered their evidence. we state police that are assigned so district attorney office. still no conversation on exactly what happened. right now we do know there's a second scene happening. but once again, awaiting information you can see investigators are gathered
with some light working through what they're keeping together in the woods there. for now live in jacqui heinrich, fox 25 news. the animals were out in the boston public garden sarah the overcast and drizzly weather will stick around for a while. i think we are going to see some areas still hold on to those clouds tomorrow. but i have some improvement heading your way for some of us friday into the weekend. but with the clouds and the winds off the water it was a cool day 61 was our high and temperatures actually dropped through the
still you got a pretty nice shot out there with no sunshine you can always instagram your photos and hashtag it. temperatures now really haven't improved much and fallen fallen back we still are have that and likely going to still see areas of drizzle through the overnight hours. we've got high pressure to our north gusts over 30 in boston right now. it's just bringing in that moisture off of the water that's why we have those clouds and risk of spotty drizzle overnight.
taking you hour by hour anticipating to see some -- high pressure i mention to the north it's going to try to dip on down that's a good thing. i'm expecting to see some breaks in the cloud cover. we'll have to see that wind off the water still breezy. now if we if we do break out temperatures will be climbing into the low to even middle 60s. high temperatures this is what we're looking at 60s north and west along the coast though with that wind
chance of seeing those clouds for south eastern areas. chance of rain actually goes down a little bit tomorrow. and most likely but then we bring it back up as we head into friday and weekend. it's a complex system that's happening. we have an upper low that will drift back to the north but they are talking about copius ams of rain for friday. we'll see the clouds build back in. the risk of showers arrives for the second half of the day into the weekend looks as though we could be dealing with some steady rain. through at least friday but for our area i are have to get through the weekend where we can be talking about anywhere from half an inch to an inch and a half. highest totals down across the south coast, cape and
forecast. and lingering even into our monday at 11:00 we'll talk more about the trop 96. >> big papi went undercover with lyft to put on a pair of shades a wig then hit the road. >> you ever go to new york. >> i don't like new york. i go to new york a few times a month just to teach them how to doing out there. man your drivers suck, man. when they come to boston they look like they are lost in space, unbelievable. the video is really funny and a lot longer than the clip we just showed you you can check it out fox25boston.com. the brockton man saw a pipe bomb on the road and decided to bring it home. >> howe the mother of five
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her car only for it to attack her artist happened. as burr to see a police cruiser dash cam caught the wild encounter as it was going down. >> oh, it was mad. it was real mad. >> reporter: it's not unusual to see a deer on the road especially this time of year. what is very unusual is to see a deer do this anywhere. that's allen schneider struggling with and
it. >> was trying to get in i don't exactly know why but yeah, it was definitely trying to get in. >> reporter: to be fair she did hit the deer with her truck first. it left a small mark. just as ellen opened the door the animal tried to climb inside. >> i was up like this. and i had a hold of him here and i had my foot into him. i mean it happenedso keeping up with me. he caught the whole thing on his dash cam. >> i have never seen anything quite like this. i'm gladdy see it. unfortunately the deer died from its injuries both ellen and the officer feel horrible. they also say they have to watch watching the video now know how differently this
unreal. en says says she does have in bruises but otherwise she's doing just fine. >> can you imagine that i would would wreck the car. a california woman ordered from dominos pizza got an unexpected side dish. she ordered chicken wings but found nearly $5,000 in a box instead. she says she couldn't believe how much money was packed away in what was >> when i opened this box i'm thinking they're like bread sticks. >> selena a lot more than bread sticks in. there neatly packaged as well. dominos says that money was supposed to go to the bank. she was able to return the cash as a reward proving a good deed does not go unpunished she's getting free pizza for a whole year. her employer is also rewarding her for her honesty by giving her one week off with pay.
right thing. the red sox have clenched the a.l. east tonight. it's time to celebrate. yankee stadium sports director tom leyden standinging by. tom, champion it's weird that yankee fans and red sox will celebrate. red sox led 3- yankees scored five runs and won this game 5-3 on a walkoff by mark teixeira. however, the baltimore orioles also rallied to beat the toronto blue jays so before this game was even over the red sox clenched the american league east division championship. it looked like they were going to take care of business themselves here in the bronx but they didn't. incred me surreal. i will send it back to you right now. we'll head into the clubhouse and i'll report
500 soldiers to help retake mosul from the islamic state. right now there are a little more than 4500 troops in the country. the iraqi government requested the additional troops. >> the f.b.i. has identified the two men wanted for questioning in the new york city bombing. law enforcement officials say they are egyptian pilots. last week they released a poster searching for the two men they were seen removing a pressure cooker and the f.b.i. say considered witnesses not suspects. new at 10:00 a brockton woman saw a snake on the side of the road and decided to pick it up it was a python. fox 25's crystal heyns shows us what happened next. >> reporter: this python had quite the journey to its forever home here in abington. imagine finding this at the school bus stop in the morning it was just on the side of the road on the
anything. >> reporter: brockton mom did this baby ball python was lying motionless in the road hard to the touch. >> when i first found him he wasn't moving at all. i scooped him up in a sweatshirt and brought him home. >> reporter: the mother of five thought maybe she'll keep it but then it escaped its box. >> it got loose in my house. he was under the table and i snake note on facebook. >> i said i want him. i don't know what to do with the snake. >> her friend is no stranger to caring for reptiles. he's got three others and this new addition already has a home in his auto repair shop. >> he -- keep him fed the kids love him. >> he estimates that the python is about seven months
tradition he waits for his father to do that. four of cases are massachusetts residents. state health officials say they're looking into the cases they announced on saturday they are linked to adams farm slaughterhouse. the usda has recalled all beef, veal and bison that was a warning about samsung top loading washing machines. some of the units are exploding. one customer said it sounded like a bomb going off. more than 20 people have reported the problem. samsung is trying to figure out why it's happening. new at 10:00 home depot
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much overnight we'll continue to see clouds when you wake up. could be spotty drizzle across the southeast with temperatures in the 50s at the coast. hour by hour we'll be climbing close to 60. by the afternoon you may find a few breaks in the cloud cover best chances further north and west you do. in loose. that was unveiled today.
so they took fox 25's blair miller along for training to see how intense it can be. the weather will be an issue when you are doing a real live rescue it's not a sunny bright warm day. these firefighters from around the area together as one team facing the wind, the chill rain and this helped mimic the perfect conditions they might face in the w hurricane season. one of the kind of up and coming games is urban flooding to learn some of the obstacles and challenges. >> reporter: for days these firefighters have been going over how to save someone if caught in swift water. you see it firsthand cambridge firefighters invited me to join them.
they've also been working more advanced scenarios like this one where they had me sitting in this boat taking on wire. chelsea firefighter mike lee is above anything can happen so just kind of keeping you know a steady mind and focus on the job at hand which was to rescue you at the time. all of this a very real scenario that re they answer someone's real call for help. they're getting trained personnel that when they come they know that their fireman their police their e.m.s. know what they're doing. blair miller, fox 25 news. nissan has taken the idea of self-driving transportation to a whole new level. it's unveiling its new
follow the one in front of it. six chairs are currently on display in japan. in a decision to roll them out further would depend on the public's response. you don't have to stand in line. hello everyone i'm mark fox 25's jacqui heinrich got with more information. we have got i will step over the guard rail so you guys can get a clearer look of exactly where we're at. if you you can see there are investigators in the in the woods they did ask camera crews to shut off the lights
light to collect evidence. state police said they got a possible report of someone injured and they do have representatives out here troopers who work for the d.a. office along with wray mouth police we do have another crew that is down across the library where there's a second teen somehow involved with this incident still awaiting information on exactly how that is related. but on the side of root investigators gathering evidence have not brought anything back up that we have been able to witness of course awaiting more information when we do learn more about this we'll continue to update you. now live in way mouth, i'm i'm jackie hinrich fox 25
champs thanks to this win over the toronto blue jays. they lost in the ninth inning a grand-slam. darn yankees. he's no killer and his tonight. >> he not involved with his grand father w his mother. our team of reporters spent the day combing through new court documents that show several strange actions by nathan carmen the day after his grandfather's death. we want to begin. neighbors tell us he lives in this big house directly behind us all by himself