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of the gps bracelet and have spent the last 24 hours plus trying to track him down. >> he was on a gps bracelet. from all the information we have, he cut that bracelet off. that's why we weren't able to locate him as quick as we wanted to. but we were on to about 15 houses over the last 16 hours looking for him. and you know, we had everyone possible looking and limb this afternoon -- him this afternoon. >> reporter: he was arrested around 3:30 this afternoon. about a day and a half after this sexual assault happened. we are told he will be in court tomorrow morning facing a number of charges including aggravated rape, aggravated kidnapping, very similar to the charges that he was convicted of about 8, 9 years ago. tim caputo, 7 news. >> jadiann: we're following breaking news, a small plane forced to land on a sand bar in the middle
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because of some engine trouble that the pilot reported. the pilot was not hurt. >> adam: quite a challenge to figure out how to get the plane out of there. kelli o'hara is on the phone with some more information for us right now. >> reporter: good evening, the pilot is lucky to be alive after a scare in the sky. the pilot landing safe and sound in the middle of the quabbin. just before 4:00 in the town of north salem we're told by the control he was having engine problems. before making an emergency landing on a sand bar in the middle of the reservoir. he found a dry piece of land and in the middle of the 39 square miles that the reservoir covers. the pilot okay. the plane is intact. the f.a.has been notified and they're out. there the challenge for state police is getting that plane off of the water.
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as it develops, kelli o'hara, 7 news. >> adam: also breaking a branch fall ons a man in brookline sending him to the hospital. >> jadiann: it happened blind a car dealership on commonwealth avenue. kimberly bookman has the latest. >> reporter: we're learning at this hour that the victim in the case had just gone to lunch and was returned back. he was actually in the parking lot of this building right over high shoulder here. sky. was over t police say that belmont landscaping and tree service was trimming trees blind an apartment building. next door is herb chambers bmw. the syringe estimate a 29-year-old valet who work there had for four years. police say a branch about 13 inches in length, 10 inches in width felt and struck the employee on the head. he was transported in serious condition to beth israel and is undergoing surgery. two managers from herb
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tonight about the barriers around the tree cutting, ocean is on the -- osha is investigating. we continue to update you as information comes in. kimberly bookman, 7 news. >> adam: more breaking news. a former new hampshire pastor accused of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl. police say it happened in his office there in the churches. >> jadiann: he faces more than a half dozen charges. jonathan hall live for news manchester with these details, jonathan. >> reporter: >> repor adam, everybody in the state of new hampshire is a mandated reporter of child sex abuse, that includes pastors and in this case we're hearing from a police report that it was an assistant pastor, another pastor at this church who reported the lead pastor in the case to the division of children, ut yo and the families. prosecutors say 37-year-old steven jesmer is charged with three counts of felony aggravated sexual assault, three counts of sexual
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witness tampering for allegedly asking his victim to keep quiet. jesmer's neighbor who didn't want to appear on camera calls the situation sad for everyone. >> he was a nice guy. i mean until you see him do something like that and you wonder why. >> reporter: manchester police say they have evidence jesmer had sex with a 134-year-old girl, a parishner in his church office june 8th. police say there have been prior 6th at the girl's home. neighbors say jesmer is marry and had two young daughters, no one was home this afternoon. >> i see them and i don't see them having issues. >> reporter: seemed happy. >> seemed very happy. very happy family. >> reporter: a police report says jesmer confided to another pastor he felt bad and had crossed the line. he was immediately terminated for "moral failure." jesmer has a christian blog on-line. his most recent post came in
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"what p. diddy and jesus have in common." this former pastor is degree -- free tonight. he posted bond. the judge told him stay away from the victim and from all people under the age of 18. live in manchester, new hampshire, tonight, john john, 7 news -- jonathan hall, 7 news. >> jadiann: scott brown is named in a sexual harassment lawsuit now filed by former fox news host andrea tantaros. she says he made toward her and at one point touched her. >> adam: tonight brown is saying that is not true. dan hausle has more on the story. >> reporter: this is a 37-page lawsuit filed in new york state court. senator scott brown said he was caught by surprise to hear he is named in the suit. he is not named as a defendant but hey is denying what claimed. >> my wife called it and she never cries.
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who is saying brown sexually harassed her. brown denies the accusations. >> false. >> reporter: his wife is boiling mad. >> what is happening here is nothing less than a witch hunt. >> reporter: accusation comes in a sexual harassment lawsuit file against fox news, roger ailes and several top executives, brown is not named as a defendant but providing alleged examples of what tantaros says filled mansion atmosphere brown made a number of sexually inappropriate comments including and in a suggestive manner that tantaros would be fun toe go to a night club with. the court papers say after the show brown snuck up blind tantaros as she she was getting lunch and put his hands on her lower waist. senator brown says he doesn't know what she is talking about. >> i have' no knowledge of
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never touched her around her waist in a lunch line. >> he said she said stop. >> reporter: the constitute was filed after suit was failed after roger ailes resigned. brown's wife gail huff says her husband is the victim here, not tantaros. >> to be charged like this in a public forum is outrageous and should be illegal. >> reporter: in a lawsuit tantaros have been write phyting over her writing a book about the net work. brown said he is appearing on the network twice today and more in the coming days. dan hausle, 7 news. >> announcer: also on 7 -- >> just a silly accident. >> pretty loud, you know, word i won't repeat in front of my kids. >> reporter: tom brady back on the practice field
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game. he was ready to start playing when he was injured trying to clean off his cleats. he is looking ahead to taking on the carolina panthers, steve cooper has more on what brady said earlier today. >> reporter: you know the deal when t.b. 12 talks everybody listens. they were' listening intently today when brady talked about his thumb and a slip of the scissors. >> i had to take ca something. >> reporter: back in practice and tom brady's thumb was gettinged thumbs up. t.b. 12 who had been mia was talking about his slip with the scissors that sidelined him from last week's plea season tilt with the bears. >> i was ready to go. had everything on. trying to get something out of my sure. and the scissors slipped. and just a silly accident. >> reporter: a silly accident that brady admits
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>> i let out a loud, you know, word i wouldn't repeat in front of my kids and then yes, couldn't believe it. i got it checked out. >> reporter: like the coach the qb is turning his attention to friday night's pre-season game in carolina not concerned about the first four regular season games he will be missing after the deflate-gate sag. >> we'll deal with those four weeks when they come but i'm trying to prepare this week like i would l >> reporter: brady plans to steer clear of scissors for now. >> crappy way to not be out there because it's a silly mistake. but i'm glad it wasn't in the regular season and i learned from it and hopefully won't be separating more scissors for a while. >> reporter: so brady is good to go and says he will be ready to play on friday night against the panthers down in carolina in he is needed. live at gillette stadium,
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following more news today. the cleanup continues in concord one day after a tornado ripped through the town. homeowners still without power as crews worked to clean up trees that came down. >> now we're down to not hot water and no electricity but that is minor compared with when our friends are dealing with. >> i'm responsible for the conduit that goes from the electrical up to the roof. having a little trouble find hurt as a result of the storm. one workers was hurt on the cleanup. 39 homes were damaged. >> police are investigating a deadly fight in worcester. officers responded to a call around 6:00 and found a 24-year-old man unconscious. he had been shot and didn't make it. theman's neighbor has been charged with aggravated assault and battery and could face more charges. >> jadiann: crash in the tunnel here, williams tunnel caught on camera. look here, you can see the
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lane telling drivers to merge but a car sends the sign flying and no one in the work zone was hurt. just incredible to see it all unfold. >> adam: coming up some unexpected guests as a mother bear and her cubs show up in a new hampshire back yard. >> reporter: did you enjoy the fall preview? good.
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>> adam: family of bears making themselves very comfortable. in is video from a backyard up in hanover, new hampshire. the homeowner says that she was sitting out drinking a cup of joe when she noticed something moving in the backyard. >> jadiann: what is out there, honey? she walked in on a mother bear and her three cubs. nick emmons has more on the says the bears stuck around for about half hour getting into the trash as well as a bird feeder in the backyard. take a look. you can see the bear and her three cubs climbing trees searching for food. at one point one of them goes for a ride on the rope swing there. >> mother bear climbed over there and took a bird feeder. and came back and then went and sat on the edge of my property with her back to me
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are above average in new hampshire and after a slow start to the berry season bears are making their way to peoples' yards searching for more food and while this story might be cute experts say this is a good reminder to keep your garbage away from bears and don't leave food out even bird feeders from april to december, i'm nick emmons, 7 news. >> reporter: sounds like we'll grin and bear it. forecast for the rest of the
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>> announcer: now 7 weather with chief meteorologist jeremy reiner. >> reporter: sunshine back with us again tomorrow. temperatures a little warmer tomorrow as well as the remainder of the week. we'll slow add humidity back to the mix. friday this is a muggy day. also that is our next chance of any beneficial rain but could be a few thunderstorms, nothing wide spread. this morning look at the temperatures this morning. morning lows norwood a low of 44. plymouth a low of 51. yes, fall preview. temperatures right now for much of the afternoon upper 70s and the low 80s, about where we should be for this time of year. boston at 80. high pressure was with us all day long. pretty much slammed on the brakes not going to move so we'll hold on to the dry weather for the next few days. lows not quite as cool as this morning, the cooler spots like norwood probably
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still comfortable. tomorrow lots of sunshine. not that humid. temperatures tomorrow 83-88. there maybe a sea breeze that gets going. norwood and attleboro middle and upper 80's, sea coast low to middle 80's concorde 87, film bush 85. barrie at 83. lots of sun. out on the cape and the islands chatham 80, mashpee 82. great beach weather tomorrow. i'ved that is the upside of the drought is that you have a lot of sunny days but the drought is serious. we need rain. we don't have any in the forecast for tomorrow. low tide is 10:28. high tide at 4:45. thursday a little more humidity around. partly sunny skies. high temperatures on thursday mid 80s, here comes a cool front in new england on friday. doesn't have as much cool air as this most recent one but it'll set off a few showers on friday afternoon. then set us up for a
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tropics rather active. we've tropical depression fiona,winds at 30 miles-an-hour, she will stay in the open atlantic and meander about and fade away. tropical storm gaston will become a hurricane but also in the open atlantic churning up the surf and this activity, that likely backs tropical depression and plans a tropical storm approaching thank you, and caicos then maybe -- turks and of thunderstorms right now. 7 on 7 forecast, we may have a few thunderstorms on friday afternoon. it won't have a name. it will be humid. upper 80s on friday. there is the weekend forecast. lots of sunshine. see you at 7:00. >> reporter: never a dull moment for tom brady. he missed thursday's pre-season game after his thumb lot lost a battle with a
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of practice. he got back to the grind. patriots quarterback didn't elaborate on his where abouts for sunday and monday but called his run in with the sheers a silly accident. brady doesn't know whether he will get the chance to suit up against the panthers, one thing he is sure of his response when he cut up his thumb anything but p.g.13. >> i let out a probably pretty loud you know word i wouldn't repeat in front of my kids. it. i got it checked out. so -- it was just a, yeah, silly accident. that's a set of crappy way to not be out there. because it's a silly mistake but i'm glad it wasn't in the regular season and i learned from it and hopefully won't be operating any more scissors for a while. >> reporter: so at least in brady's case the patriots are catching a break on the
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a number of top names ailing. we are learning details, sheer is working his way back from a sprained mcl. he is up for the opener against the saints. ris injury usually carry as 2-4 week timetable for recovery so he should be back for the season opener. health always been an issue for donald brown who got his walking papers from the pats participant in practice. one 9 of 11 and that's not the big story. everybody is buzzing about bennett making every highlight show in the show with the catch of the year in major league baseball. >> price with a 1-0 pitch. high, deep line to left
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near the call. leaps, he, did he koch it? you got to be kidding me? he took one back. a spectacular play by the rookie. >> he robbed sousa junior of a home run. significant ure moment in the brief's stay in the bigs to date but another reason to be sky high on his future. in 19 games to start his career he is hitting .306. he has driven in ten runs and in two clubbing his first major league home run batting 9th against tampa backing up buchholz who gets the start on the mound. tim tebow has workout. the red sox will have a scout in attendance. that is sports.
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