tv News 9 Noon ABC November 20, 2015 12:00pm-12:30pm EST
erin: now at noon, new details about the fatal injuries an 11-month-old alexandria boy suffered and the charges the owner of the home where it allegedly happened is facing. plus, just hours after releasing his picture, police arrest a man and charge him in the deadly shooting of a manchester man. and hostages taken in a mali hotel -- americans are among them. this attack seen as a new assault on french interests. kevin: clouds yesterday, rain last night, and now back to the sunshine. more changes for the weekend. details ahead. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] >> no one covers new hampshire like we do.
erin: we are following major developments in two homicide investigations this noon, one involving the death of a baby boy, the other, a deadly s west side. good afternoon. i' m erin fehlau. we begin with the case involving s office in the death of the 11-month-old who died sunday in alexandria. died from blunt foce impact head trauma. homicide. our coverage begins with kristen carosa who is live in plymouth this noon. kristen: erin, no one has been charged in this case. the owner of the home where the injuries allegedly happened is now in custody on other charges . the attorney general' s office released autopsy results into the death of 11-month-old shawn sylvester, who was injuried this the ag' s office confirms that he
head trauma. investigators also say that 29-year-old tommy page, the owner of the home where the injuries happened, has been arrested and charged with 23 counts of possession of child sexual abuse images. peter hinckley: we are talking about two separate investigations at this point in time, and both of those investigations are open and because both are ongoing, i am very limited at what our office can share. kristen: the ag' s office says the images display visual representation of an infant male child engaging in sexually explicit conduct. peter hinckley: i cannot divulge anything beyond what is charged in the criminal complaint against him, which are 23 counts. kristen: a close family friend was in court friday saying he was there representing shawn' s father. austin: just shock really, that is what is comes down to, i just can' t believe it really happened. kristen: austin perthel says that shawn' s mother and father are separated and had joint custody of him. austin: he is in rough shape.
him to keep his head up. he needs to stay strong for his son. kristen: perthel says that shawn' s father is looking for justice. austin: it is just sad to think that someone could do that to a child, and that is what it comes down to. peter hinckley: it is an open and ongoing investigation, so i am very limited at what i can provide, and that is coming from a civilian who has no connection to the actual investigation done by law enforcement done in this case. whatever any civilian says on camera should be taken with a grain of salt and with the precautions that i just said. kristen: page is held on $500,000 cash bail. he will be in court on november 30. live in plymouth, kristen carosa, wmur news 9. erin: kristen, thank you. a boston man is now charged with murder here in the queen city. just hours after investigators released surveillance pictures of a person of interest in the murder of michael pitman, a swat team executed a search warrant and took the man into custody. wmur' s ray brewer was in court as the accused was charged in the november 3rd deadly
s wife was here in court to see the man accused of killing her husband, however , kerryann pitman didn' t want to say anything after the hearing in which michael younge was charged with first degree murder. with his attorney by his side, younge stood as he was accused of shooting and killing michael pitman with a single shot to the torso. the shooting happened back on november 3. pitman shot at 472 granite street as he was working on his car. younge was arrested last evening . the arrest came shortly after the attorney general' s office had released a picture showing, what appears to be younge at a convenience store in the area prior to the shooting. last night in a related development, police burst into a home at 63 dartmouth street. officials have said it is connected to pitman' s murder but haven' t said what if anything they found. while authorities aren' t commenting on a possible motive, they have said that pitman shooting was not random, hence the charge of first degree murder, not second degree murder.
difference in the mental state, so to prove first degree murder, you have to prove purposely, which includes premeditation and deliberation. ray: morrell says at this time , they can' t comment on any of the circumstances surrounding the murder, however, the victim' s wife has said in the past that her husband was dealing with substance abuse problems. there were also some friends of the younge hear at the hearing, however, they did not want to comments, either. younge is currently being held without bail. he is due back in court on december 8 for his probable cause hearing. reporting live in manchester, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: ray, thank you. a concord man was arrested for allegedly pointing a shotgun at a pizza delivery man. police say the delivery driver was dropping food off at an apartment on north state street. that' s when 57-year-old robert martin, who appeared to be drunk , allegedly went into another room, got a shotgun, and pointed it at the driver. he' s charged with reckless
threatening. a woman has been arrested for allegedly stealing a day donation jar in keene. police say rebekah o' kane is charged with theft, but it is a felony-level offense. she will face a judge today. a man wanted in a deadly overdose is due in court. police first arrested 25-year-old daniel fogg of west townsend vermont on sunday after he was found in a business parking lot passed out in his running car. drugs were also discovered in p.r. bail. police later learned he was border in bennington, vermont, him again, he took off runing and was eventually taken into custody. a three-car crash backed up the morning commute along to 293
southbound this morning. old macy' s in bedford. there were no serious injuries , but traffic was backed up for miles. new developments this morning attacks. the death toll has risen to 130 people. a third body was found in the rubble of a building where an mastermind of the attack right now, federal law enforcement officials are monitoring dozens of high risk radicals in the u.s. as the terror group released it' s third -- its third propaganda video, this morning, this time we are also following a developing situation this noon out of mali where an hours-long hostage situation is now over. 170 people were locked in a radisson hotel in the country by gunmen. at least three people are dead, s megan hughes has more details from washington. attackers armed with guns and
vehicle with diplomatic license plates through hotel security barriers. they yell "god is great" in arabic and fire automatic weapons, taking 170 people hostage. malian soldiers and u.n. troops surround the hotel. u.s. military personnel help move civilians to safety. many are rescued-including six americans. in a verified twitter account, a mali government official says the gunmen are no longer holding any hostages. the radisson blu in bamako is a popular hotel with westerners , and a u.n. delegation was meeting there. president obama was briefed in malaysia today. pres. obama: we' re monitoring the situation. megan: the french president says, "i would ask all french nationals currently in sensitive countries to take all the necessary precautions." >> we are taking all the necessary steps in order to solve that crisis. megan: this comes on the heels
of the worst terror attack in the history of paris, twin suicide bombings in beirut, and the downing of a russian airliner in egypt, all within the past month. the u.s. embassy in mali is also near that hotel. u.s. citizens there have been told to stay home or shelter in place. megan hughes, abc news, washington. erin: moving now to commitment 2016, today is the final day for candidates to file their paperwork for the new hampshire primary ballots, and ben carson is the last major presidential candidate to make it official. he has just filed his paperwork at the statehouse. today' s three other gop contenders are in the granite state. lindsey graham is holding two town halls today in manchester and also in hudson. john kasich has a town hall scheduled in hollis. and chris christie will attend a house party in hampton. up next at noon, it is a move that could effect thousands of
we are going to tell you what the country' s largest health insurance provider is questioning this noon. plus, new numbers in a salmonella outbreak links to cucumbers. kevin: the cooler air out of canada. the effects on our weekend in our next precipitation change ahead. erin: this time next week, you' ll be stuffed. in today' s cook' s corner, we' ll tell you about one appetizer that will fill you up before the main dish is even served. jeb bush: we do not have to be the world's policeman. we have to be the world's leader. who's going to take care of the christians that are being eliminated in the middle east? who's going to take care of israel and support them - our greatest ally in the middle east? the united states has the capability of doing this, and it's in our economic and national security interest that we do it. i will be that kind of president and i hope you want that kind of president for our country going forward. announcer: right to rise usa is responsible
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erin: the largest health insurance in the u.s. may pull out of its health group. it says there are not enough people
in rolling to cover the costs of claims being filed. the move could force millions of americans to find new coverage. united is offering coverage plans for 2016. a salmonella outbreak, linked to imported cucumbers has sickened people in 38 states, including new hampshire. so far, 838 people have been sickened across the country, one
165 of those people were hospitalized, and four of them died. the cdc and fda continue to investigate the salmonella outbreak. moving now to the weather. floodwaters are being blamed for three deaths in washington state. more than 100,000 homes and businesses are still without power there. thousands more woke up this morning in the dark in several other northwestern states. flooding a huge problem there. kevin: you get to this time of year, and one side of the country or the other will be the colder and more stormy side, and this year, is out west. we will talk about when the pattern will shift and move toward thanksgiving. erin: all right, and we will
a few fairweather clouds, and up north, we have quite a few lingering clouds at the present time. a pretty nice afternoon out there with temperatures in a lot of locations jumping into the 50' s, even closer to the coast line. we are up near 60 degrees. there is the rainfall, thankfully a very progressive-moving system. this was a rainfall that we sorely needed across the area. a quick hit of an inch-plus of rain across many regions of the state. it looks like that will leave us with one week system between now and thanksgiving, and that in the central plains. as it makes its way toward us, it will be a much weaker system by the time it gets here. they' re expecting anywhere of snow from highway through chicago over the next 12 hours to 24 hours. truly starts to arrive gradually here through the afternoon. westerly wind picking up at
in the 40' north, 32 of top mount washington with sunshine. southern areas of the state making a serious run into the upper 50' s to lower 60' s. lows tonight across a good part of. the state dropping back into the 20' s you see the cooler air funneling in -- lows tonight across a good part of the state, dropping back into the 20' in. lower average ove the next couple of days. clearing skies for the afternoons, clear skies, lighter wind. tomorrow, really nice, late-autumn day out there. 44, 48 from north to south. overnight, clouds start drifting in. weak disturbance back out to the west will start to roll through sunday morning, and there is a potential for a couple of mixed showers early in the day and maybe even a few light snow showers the farther west and
north you go iq clear out the afternoon and set up what should be a really nice stretch of weather been going forward. once this most are east on pressure settles in. gradually warming each day next week. the biggest travel day right now partly to moses sunny come a last year. s to near 50 degrees. again, that one system we have to contend with early on sunday morning. let' s head to cook' s corner. erin: we' re joined by doug breed from the red fox farm. you have this amazing line of different relishes and fruit spreads. tell us about it. doug: we make low sugar and no sugar fruit spreads come about 20 different kinds. the no sugar -- fruit butters, apple butter, pear butter, peach butter.
i also make 12 different kinds of relish and a variety of different kinds of pickles. erin: wow. relishes? doug: i met the coal gardens from 10:00 until 2:00 from now until the middle of april. and then outdoors at the outdoor concord market. this evening, i will be at the canterbury elementary school pto holiday craft show for potluck until 7:30. --show from 5:00 until 7:30. erin: i cannot get over the spreads. doug: today, what we will do -- we have dips that are intended for or doors -- for or ho hors
this makes a really happy dip for corn chips because you have corn on corn, and then here we have a mean green salsa verde, which looks in innocent but is actually quite hot. that with a little sour cream. you can mix that up a little for the corn chips, and i love m already prepared, it is with cream cheese with our -- this is the exception to the jams, this is a sweet hot pepper jam, and it is really hot. that is really good with cream cheese. erin: you have dry fruits as well. you get these from your neighbors? doug: the pears come from an un
we core them and cut them up and dry them in the dehydrator. one of my new pickles -- we had way too much broccoli, so i decided to tackle it. we made pepper pickled rock elite say that three times fast. [laughter] it has become really popular. doug: erin: thanks for coming in. doug: my pleasure. we love when people come to the farm. erin: thank you so much. we will be right back. i owe about $68,000. i owe $44,000 in student loans. my plan, the new college compact, says you should not have to borrow money to pay tuition if you go to a public college or university.
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night football next week, and you can wmur. kickoff is monday night at 8:30. that means "dancing with the hampshire at 8:00. metv is carried on many cable systems. you can see the various channels listed on your screen. it is also available over the air on 9.2, or you can watch the abc.com. kevin: away from the mountains, a beautiful afternoon out there,
s. 40' a breeze out of the north, then maybe a brief light snow showers sometime sunday morning. it does not look like a big deal. erin: ok, well starting tonight at 5:00, a new idea for treating dementia. how some nursing homes are helping patients reclaim their favorite memories. and we are heading into the worst time of the year for lost luggage. but there are a few things you can do to reduce your chances of having bags disappear. that does it for us.