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grandfather is coming up again since he says his son had nothing to do with it. >> reporting live in the control room, kimberly bookman, certain news. jonathan hall continues our team coverage of this breaking story. court documents are shedding new light on carman's past. john. >> well, adam, homicide detectives looked into this case for months and they concluded this young man nathan carman murdered his grandfather. they concluded tha went ahead with the case because a prosecutor declined to go ahead with it and the then 20-year-old was not arrested. >> 87-year-old john chakolos lived a long humble life and left a $4 million estate in 2013. he been shot three times. linda carman, the woman who is believed to be lost at sea, was
>> how did she take it. >> awful. it was horrendous. they just lost their mom a month before and to have that happen was devastating to the entire family. >> reporter: this 2014 document obtained by 7news reveals when connecticut police believe chakalos's grandson, nathan, murdered him, it says he was the last person so see him alive. discarded a gps right after the killing and the document says he owned a police seized from his upscale apartment house in middletown, connecticut. there were no witnesses. the case was circumstantial. a prosecutor decided to hold off. a winthrop police captain told me, quote, we prepared a warrant and it was not returned. >> the past is the past. i wish the press would leave it alone. becauses. >> he was not involved with his grandfather, with his mother.
>> carman's disad in vermont who says he needs support, not punishment. >> very difficult situation. none of us really know what he went through. >> carman got into a life raft with food and water and spent more than a week at sea, but he told the coast guard he simply lost track of his mother and didn't know where she was or what happened to her. winsor police say they are obviously interested in the disappearance of a murder the investigation remains active. live in winsor connecticut, jonathan hall, 7news. we're following breaking news out of new hampshire. three missing children have been found safe. manchester police issued warrants for these people, bobby joe guyer and michael mcmaster after the pair allegedly left with those children who they do not have custody of. police say the children are
>> the victims' injuries we're told are not life-threatening. >> police believe the suspected killer -- the suspect killed his father before heading to the school. a lot of details still unfolding here. 7's ryan shuttle identities here to break it down. >> police say the townville elementary school had a shooting. hilice say he shot and killed two miles away from the elementary school before heading there next. the teen that opened fire at the school with a handgun injuring two students and a etch tear, one student shot in the foot, the other in the leg, the teacher in the shoulder. all three are expected to survive. investigators say all of the students were safely evacuated to a nearby church where they reunited with their parents and families. >> we're still trying to put together the facts. we have searched the school, our s.w.a.t. team has been engaged there. we do not feel like we got any
and everybody feels safe. >> so the governor speaking out about the violence. in the newsroom, i'm ryan schulteis, 7news. let's turn to the race for the white house now. we are 41 days from the election. hillary clinton and bernie sanders joining forces up in new hampshire. it's the first public appearance together since he endorsed her. 7's byron barnett live for us in durham, new hampshire. >> yeah, hillary clinton is here in new hampshire bolster support from young voters, a group she desperately needs in her corner. she way came her with her more effective weapon, bernie sanders. hillary clinton with bernie sanders on the university of new hampshire campus trying to generate excitement among young voters. >> it is imperative that we elect hillary clinton as our next president. >> reporter: clinton, who lost to sanders in new hampshire and trailed him in support from
students who are being financially strangled by college tuition and debt. >> we will make public colleges, tuition-free for families earning less than $125,000 a year. >> i don't know how we got to where we are but we are going to fix it. it's wrong for students, it's wrong for families and wrong for our country. >> reporter: clinton was criticized by the donald trump camp anything to win an election. >> in chicago today trump was courting a different group. >> as president i will honor poland's sacrifices for freedom. we're committed to a strong poland, very committed. totally committed. >> reporter: meeting with polish americans, trump spoke warmly of his relationship well him and pledged to work with poland to strengthen nato and eastern european security. >> we wanted more countries to
if every country in nato made the same contributions as poland, all of our allies would be more secure. >> tomorrow donald trump will be here in new hampshire, as well. that's no surprise new hampshire is one of the critical battleground states that could mean the difference in this close finish in november. i'm baron barnett, 7news. and there's more news today. drive in salem, new hampshire. police say she backed over her 2-year-old sister with a car. that toddler is badly hurt but is expect to the recover. steve cooper is live for us on salem with more on what happened here. >> police at headquarters telling us earlier today this is a first for them and that injured toddler they say is lucky to be alive tonight. >> just crazy. >> reporter: salem, new hampshire police say this
>> 911. >> she had a call from her mother stating that her 7-year-old daughter just backed over her 2-year-old daughter. >> reporter: it happened early monday night outside this apartment building on self policy street. >> i hope the kid is okay. >> that's my main concern. >> investigators said a woman let her 7-year-old daughter take it. somehow the vehicle ended up in reverse, backing over the girl's 2-year-old sister. emergency responders scrambled to the teen who took her to the hospital with a serious leg injury. >> it was tough to see. >> reporter: police say this isn't the first time the mother let her daughter start the car when she wasn't outside. something investigators discourage. >> things can happen quickly. kids that age, sometimes they can get away from you.
is now involved in the investigation where it will appears that toddler should be okay. >> she's very lucky to be alive and she does have some injuries. there will be some recovery time. >> police working the case now telling us that they intend to charge that mother, who gave the keys to her daughter, with child endangerment. live in salem new hampshire tonight, steve cooper, 7news. burlington high school's head football coach is blazed on leave while the school investigates some allegations against him. the schl maguire is being investigated for alleged misconduct among players. the school says it will received reports of the misconduct this week. we'll very much more on the story coming up for you on 7news at 7:00 p.m. >> we're just getting started here on 7news at 6:00. >> still ahead, hank investigates daycares uncovers how the state handles complaints against child care facilities. >> buffalo bills' coach rex ryan
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probably expect someone to look into it immediately but we found cases daycare delays did it could put your children in danger. >> our hank phillippi ryan looked into how state officials handled complaints and what she discovered is disturbing. it's on hank investigateses. >> what if your child came home looking like this. what if all those scratches happened at daycare. >> when i saw his face i cried, i lost it. >> reporter: that 2-year-old's mother, who want to hide her identity, called the daycare and asked what happened to my she wasn't happy with the answer. >> they just said that three other kids were around and one other kid did it and she described it as edwards scissor hands. >> reporter: 22 scratches, how could that happen? every day to look at those scratches was just, you know, devastating to see. >> reporter: this mom called the state's department of early education and care. it oversees licensed daycares. when she asked them to investigate she says she was shocked at response. they told her there's a backlog.
a backlog, we'll get to it when we can. that's just mind boggling. >> reporter: how big a backlog? the state's own reports reveal how long it can take for an investigator to actually visit daycares after a complaint. this report of unlicensed assistance and drinking alcohol shows it took the state 23 calendar days, a complaint about sanitation and infection control, 25 days. a child with injuries 56 we showed a government watchdog our findings. >> what do you think about this? unbelievable. the state should investigate to find out why those lags exist and they should correct the system. >> reporter: the state sent us a statement saying it responds to all complaints and investigateless allegations and prioritizes the investigation of the most serious allegations. but parents worry when daycare complaints aren't instantly inspected, the truth can disappear. >> who's to say the daycare doesn't mask everything and make
wrong? >> experts tell us there are about 10,000 daycare facilities in massachusetts, and last year the state investigated about 1,000 complaints. check our web site for more information on licensed daycares. in the newsroom, i'm hank felipe ryan. >> a lot of clouds out there right now, school raw. more like early november. forecast for the end of the week coming up tomorrow. >> and coming up next in 7sports, the sight we've been waiting for a both quarterbacks throwing the football today, and look at this, jamie garoppolo, looks like he's ready to go.
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live pictures over boston, sort of bleak. it might describe the cloudy skies a the right more than anything. not crazy to think about wearing a sweater tomorrow, because i am. i'm crazy, but -- >> you're not crazy. saw a lot of sweaters out there today, boots... scarves. >> so when's it gonna stop, jr? are we gonna get a break? i think we can get a little bit of sunshine eventual new england tomorrow afternoon. winds have been out of the northeast, gusting 20, 25 miles per hour. coming from the gulf of maine. temps in the 50s, cool, raw. normally we should be talking about the numbers in the upper
worcester at 51. not really tied to a storm. there is a storm over to our east, too far away to generate any significant rain. but the flow around the storm is from the northeast. so that's coming out of the gulf of maine producing the clouds and sprinkles and cool raw air. there is another storm over here. eventually that will begin to move forward to new england and when that happens we will have the chance of some rain. not tonight, a lot of clouds, breezy, chilly, raw with pockets of drizzle but not widespread rain or anything significant. tes middle and upper 50s. tomorrow much like today where we start with clouds and pockets of drizzle early on in the day but i do think there will be some sunshine developing tomorrow afternoon. that northeast wind, which will many times add clouds to the sky like today but can also drag some dry in. we saw it happening earlier today all down the seacoast. tomorrow at 9:00 there will be a fair amount of clouds around boston, maybe even a few spritzes and sprinkles.
worcester hills and the dry air kind of chews away at the clouds as we work through the morning hours and into the afternoon. i think it becomes a decent afternoon, especially metro boston, north and west. on the south coast and cape, i think you'll own the clouds tomorrow and in those locations that's where we find the coolest temps. city of boston, close to 60 degrees. now you head north of town tomorrow, especially in the afternoon, partly sunny. it's a nice one. jaffery and keene middle 60s. like the south coast and south shore, mostly cloudy skies. may a little bit of drizzle in the morning, cool raw feel with temps in the upper 50s. then this area of low pressure, which tonight is in indiana, it's a little closer to us tomorrow and again on friday. but still not close enough to us where we talk about rain until friday evening. and then that rain will work up into new england friday night and on and off through the day
it's too much of a good thing. they are in a drought like us, but 5 inches rain in a couple of days, that's way too much. and for us, frustrating. just cannot get any significant rain into new england. your 7 on 7 forecast, scattered showers on the way for saturday and sunday. not all day rain. but still cool and raw right through the weekend and into early next week. i buffalo news. are you playing request this week? >> two days after opening his news conference by imitating bill belichick, rex ryan add 57 this morning jumping in on julian edelman's conference call with the buffalo media under the alias walt patalski. but if history is any indication the patriots will have the last laugh. garoppolo and bursett on the
on the injury report as limited participates. garoppolo throwing the ball 20 plus yards with his sprained right shoulder. looked pretty good. rex rye wran happy he won't have a game plan for tom brady but acknowledge it is will take a little more time than normal to prepare for two different quarterbacks. trey daerr has more on the patriots' quarterback carousel. >> it's coming along, you know. taking it day by day. >> i can't make that decision. >> it's jimmy garoppolo and jacolby bursett not even close to tipping their hand when it comes to who will be under center on sunday. >> we'll see on sunday. we gotta get there. >> something i deal with, you know, and whatever happens just happens and whatever coach wants me to do, i'll do. >> reporter: both quarterbacks did throw wednesday. garoppolo at one point tossing the ball 30 yards with relative ease. jimmy indicates him playing sunday relates to how he can
>> that's tough. it's a tough situation with that, i guess. but you just have to be smart with it. i don't want to do too much, do too little. you just gotta find the comfort zone really. >> reporter: further helping whoever the quarterback is on sunday will be a healthy rob gronkowski who played a limited role in the season debut against the texans. >> i love going full go but they put me in the plays where they felt more comfortable and when i was in the plays i felt like i was ready to roll. >> jimmy garoppolo and bursett listed as limited wednesday. gronkowski very limited in the only game he played on thursday night against the houston texans. hopefully he can really ramp things up and have an impact on sunday against the bills. reporting outside gillette stadium, trey daerr, 7sports. >> fly ball right field... [ cheering ] boston drops one into the stands
league here. 6-4. >> the yankees put an end to the red sox's 11 game winning streak last night keeping the sox magic number to clinch the a.l. east at 1. red sox fell a half game behind the rangers for the best record in the american league. >> here we go with tim tebow, making his instructional debut. his first professional at bat over the left field wall for a home run. unbelievable. tebow finished 1 for 6 on the day but that 1 hit is good for our play of the day. and former bruins defenseman sidenburg agrees to a one-year $1 million deal with the new york rangers. how about the new york islanders. that's sports.
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. breaking news, school shooting horror, at an elementary school when a gunman eaches fire on students and a teacher. tonight the suspect and alleged link to another crime scene nearby. critical voters, brand new poll shows trouble for trump wi controversy deepens and clinton courts milleials with a former rival. deadly encounter, protests erupt after police kill an unarmed african-american man. why they say they thought he was aiming a weapon. mystery at sea -- a mother and a son go on a fishing trip and only he is found alive a week later. now it's revealed he is a person of interest in an unsolved murder. and air rage -- what's behind a startling rise in