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he had been spotted and officials were tracking him along the way. he was found in the woods in ocean county. annie mccormick joins us live in lacey township where buckle was captured. annie you have the latest. >> reporter: rick and sarah you're right let's take you back to the video, the video that shows the end of a week-long manhunt. it was after 11:00 a.m. when the activity started to pick up around double trouble state park. officers got out of the park and headed toward the garden state parkway after receiving word that arthur buckle was close by. here you can see the escaped inmate in custody movements after he was captured near mile marker 76. he was taken into custody not far from where he was spotted sunday night at the forked river rest spot. you can see the van transporting buckle backing into new jersey state prison in trenton only a
half-hour after his capture. at some point he will be evaluated and interviewed by the special investigation unit of the department of corrections. state police say through family members he was planning a surrender sunday night at the fork river stop, but never followed through and took off sparking again this mounted police activity after him late last night. now, buckle originally escaped last tuesday from the ancora unit of bayside state prison of camden county. surveillance video captured him at a barnegot township cvs. owes currently serving a sentence for aggravate assault and drugs and burglary. he originally served 14 years for killing a 10-month-old child. he was up for parole for his current sentence in a couple of weeks. he is not eligible for parole because he did not escape. on top of that he could face
several more years in prison because of the escape. reporting live in lacey township, new jersey. annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." we have been following the search for arthur buckle every step of the way at 6abc.com. right now we have more exclusive images of the capture. we'll bring you updates throughout the day. we have breaking news out of center city where glass fell on the ground from scaffolding on a highrise.walter perez has . >> reporter: we are on the 1800 block of market street. officials believe a cable broke free from the scaffolding and smashed into a store window. because this is a construction
site there were concerns about the potential for further falling debris. so the whole block was shut off to traffic for a while. once the broken glass was cleaned off and no further issues were found, the road was reopened 20 minutes ago and there were no injuries reported at the scene. walter perez, channel 6 "action news." now to the race for the white house, it is the eve of another set of primaries and donald trump and hillary clinton are liking ahead to the generally election now. in trump's latest attack on clinton he went back to the 1990s. bringing up her husband's infidelities. in the meantime, bernie sanders isn't giving up. he held a campaign rally in atlantic city this morning and our katherine scott was there. >> reporter: the rally has wrapped up but today bernie sanders was atlantic city he talked about a number of campaign issues including universal healthcare and raising
the minimum wage and job creation. cheers inside boardwalk hall this morning as bernie sanders addressed the crowd in atlantic city a day after he spoke at rutgers. he ran through a number of issues in his platform and touched on the financial crisis the city is facing. we spoke to the vermont senator before the rally about why he chose to stop here. this is are a community in trouble i wanted to point out the discrepancy that exist in the country where people are doing phenomenally well while others are struggling. >> reporter: voters made the trip to hear his message in person including verizon workers. we wanted to come out to a rally in philadelphia. we had a rally a few weeks ago, he is on point. >> reporter: as usual sanders did not pull punches when his attention turned to donald trump. oh, you know donald trump, i get you don't think he is a
brilliant successful businessman who can bring the kind of prosperity to america that he brought here to atlantic city. >> reporter: i did ask sanders if he believe there was a viable path to the nomination, he said there is, but acknowledges that it's a steep climb and wins in new jersey and california are crucial. katherine scott channel 6 "action news." in other news, a 24-year-old man is in custody after police say he killed his girlfriend in their home in kensington. police were called to the roarer street after 2:00 a.m. the suspect called 911 at least twice to say he had gotten into a fight with his live-in girlfriend. he said he choked the woman to death and he was suicidal. the woman's four children were sleeping in the home when it happened. the suspect fled when the police arrived, but caught him after a short vehicle pursuit. an suv rolled over in olney
during the morning rush. two other cars were damage in the wreck on olney avenue near ogontz. police have not reported any injuries. they are investigating what caused the collision. turning to the accuweather forecast, so far so good a pleasant start to the workweek. there's lots of sunshine and feeling warm outside. meteorologist david murphy joins us outside on the terrace with the latest from accuweather. get out and enjoy it, because tomorrow might be iffy. that's the deal, rick and sarah. we have clouds that happen might move in as expected. we have showers pushing in from the southwest. southern delaware is picking up some of that. it wouldn't be out of question if extreme south jersey and dover pick up some of that. most of this will mills the majority of the ron -- miss the majority of the region to the south. 50 degrees we were down to around dawn in philadelphia. a lot of suburbs in the 40s. millville made the 30s. but it's been a nice bounce
back. 69 in philadelphia. 70 in new york city where the clouds are not as thick. down the pike in washington, d.c., 53 where you have the rain coming through. it makes a difference where it is sunny and cloudy and raining. 2:00 p.m., 71. 4:00 p.m., 72. we'll get a high of 73 around 5:00 p.m. and start to slide into the mid 60s. 8:00 p.m., 66 and 10:00 p.m., 61 and dropping another nine or ten degrees off that by the time we get into tomorrow morning. when i step inside we'll be talking about what comes next in the forecast. it will be cooler tomorrow and there's a chance of a shower popping up at times. i'll show you that on future tracker 6 and guys we have a bounce back up in temperatures as soon as wednesday afternoon. comfortable out here, but cloudy. see you back inside. with more rain in the forecast, as david mentioned, stay 6abc.com/weather you'll find
updates and the power of double scan radar. new jersey state lawmakers are set to vote on a sick leave bill to offer one hour of sick leave for 30 hours work. it will help low earning worker who can not take a sick day without losing pay. business groups say the bill would make it difficult to operate in new jersey. the winner of the 400 in million dollar jackpot has yet to come forward to claim the prize. it was sold say 7-eleven in new jersey. on tuesday, the person spent $6 to buy a ticket for wednesday and saturday's drawings. they are taking the cash payout option now the ticket is valued at $284 million. today lottery officials had a news conference outside the 7-eleven where the ticket was sold. the owners of the store get a
$30,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket. it's unbelievable. i'm so happy i hope it brings something positive to their life. lottery officials say the winner should sign the back of the ticket immediately and in new jersey the winner has one year to claim their prize. a new agricutlure lab openedty philadelphia school and top pennsylvania official came to see it. the agricultural secretary came to see it. fox chase elementary is part of the philadelphia school district redesign turning traditional schools into community schools. much more ahead on "action news." details on a delta flight emergency landing up next. are the many cell phone offers you keep seeing really worth it. find out what happened to the
bad turbulence forced a plane to make an emergency landing in nashville, tennessee. it caused the engine coverage to come off. delta said the aircraft landed safely and taxied to the gate formally, all customers on board left the plane safely. we have a consumer alert, nearly 200,000 pacifiers and clips are being recalled because of choking hazard. the latch pacifiers were sold at babies are us and target and walmart. several styles and color patterns are part of the recall. we have the details at 6abc.com. cell phone carriers have been saturating the market with offers including rebates for switching even to free
televisions. some customers cashing in the on the deals is coming with a hitch. >> reporter: they are everywhere, special offers to switch cell phone carriers. unice clark said verizon offered her a new iphone to trade in her old one. she called verizon and they said they couldn't help her. they gave her a third party number running the trade program. i called them up for 8 to 10 months i was always on hold for an hour and then hung up on. >> reporter: clark reached out to the abc news facts and factso stepped in. this is the number 4 consumer complaint at the federal trade commission, consumers get into a loop where
they can't find anyone to talk to. get a smart phone and get a free tv. >> reporter: this sprint deal hooked jim last december. i registered online and followed the instructions to the letter. >> reporter: did you get your tv? no. >> reporter: the promotion was run by a third party company whose only contact was e-mail address. he filed a complaint with the better business bureau and attorney general. sprint credited his account telling abc news most customers receive rebates without incident. we reached out to verizon for a statement and didn't receive a response in time before air. make sure you stay organized save your screen shot if it is a prints add save that. save the packaging for the phone, save any kind of correspondents you have with the
company. >> reporter: clark said it was too much of a headache to do this again. i would never pay for the phone, because it's frustrating. as we mentioned in our first half-hour, sam bradford is back at eagles workout. this is video from south philadelphia just this morning. he dropped his trade demand and reported to the nova care complex. he demanded a trade at the same time eagles drafted quarter back carson wentz. he said he committed to his teammates and win ago championship here. another check of the forecast for your workweek. stepping live outside, sky6 live hd in high definition showing you atlantic city. meteorologist david murphy with the update from accuweather when "action news" comes right back.
the judges tonight. after last week, demarko tops the leaderboard ginger zee tied for second. watch everyone dance starting tonight at 8:00 p.m. right here on 6abc. david back with a check of the accuweather forecast. you saw that live picture from atlantic city. looks a little gray now. >> reporter: a little gray, we had sun early we expected the clouds to take over during the day, and that has happened. it's dry in most neighborhoods and very mild. starting the story with the rain down south. let me give you the two mentional view. there's a decent shower coming out of queen an. anne, and easton. cape may picking up a sprinkle. most of the showers will be in
these areas andy won't last all -- and won't last all day. as we look outside, the cloud cover is over the commodor barry bridge, but dry in chester and philadelphia and across the region. frontal boundary today is just too far south to trigger showers very much farther north than what we showed you. forecast for today, it's going to be mild. despite the increase in clouds we'll get into the low 70s in most neighborhoods. not bad. tomorrow, cooler in the low 60s in most neighborhoods, at times it will be damp. we'll show you that in a second on future tracker tomorrow. it's dry on wednesday. the temperature comfortable 69 degrees. not really jacket weather, although there's a southwesterly breeze at 21 miles per hour. you might want something more than a t-shirt. ocean temperature, 55 degrees for those of you planning on doing scuba diving. there's the rain staying mainly
to the south along the frontal boundary that's to the south today. as we look at future tracker, well, the cloud cover will be an issue. we're not playing up a whole lot of rain on the model that doesn't mean there can't be a spotty spring -- sprinkle or shower around, but we are largely dry. we're getting. into the 70s in allentown an e -- and reading here's how it will go the rest of the way, high 73 we'll hit it at 5:00 p.m. you can see how we're back in the 60s later on in the evening hours. tomorrow in the morning looks like the frontal boundary that's farther south today will be closer to us. in the rush hour there could on and off sprinkles and showers, here's 9:00 a.m. there's still some of this around. we get into the 11:00 a.m.,
1:00 p.m. period, we could have more of this. it's not a washout, but damp at times. most of the rain is centered in the morning and the afternoon and evening should see light showers around. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast today, nice, a lot of clouds, but 73 and breezy. tomorrow mainly cloudy and cool, 61 with rain at times. wednesday we're hoping to dry out. might be a while before we get sun back in play, high of 73. great for union fans rare midweek at talen energy stadium. if we get rain it will hold off until nighttime. friday will be the wet one for the week. cloudy, rain at times, 69 degrees, dad vail regatta getting cranked up toward the end of the wek. it will be wet on friday. wet on saturday and sunday, we cool down a little bit, 69 on saturday and 63 on sunday.
topping the people scene, sharon and ozzy osborne are breaking up after 33 years of marriage. sharon was osborne's manager when he was with the band black sabbeth. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: for the first time ever, the philly pops will present circ goes to the movies, it will take you on a whimsical journey through some of the blockbusters greatest hits. it will feature the circ group. there are aerialists and jugglers. the program was founded in 2005
to mary circus arts with music. you'll see people doing amazing acrobatics that you never thought possible. >> reporter: they will be performing on stage as the ensemble plays the music from some of your favorite movies. you'll be hearing the film sound track at the same time seen the unbelievable athletic thinks going on that have been choreographed to the music. you will have aerialists flying above the audience and the orchestra while this is going on. >> reporter: the music director said the film scores play a dynamic role in the show. there's music from star wars and james bond movies which kind of blows your minds. it's going fob a wonderful event. philly pons -- pops may 20 to to
the 22nd at the kimmel center. go to 67 abc loves the arts for other area events. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. every friday, mr. lewis connects with his friends at the senior center to enjoy a nutritious, hot meal. which gives him the energy he needs to connect with his grandson, so he can teach him how to land the big one. when older pennsylvanians make the most of programs
accuweather before we go. >> reporter: all right, storm tracker 6 live double scan has been showing us we are essentially dry. way down in cape may county and southern parts of delaware, a shower right now. forecast highs look good, we'll wind up in the low 70s in suburbs, mid 60s down the shore. breezy out there, lots of clouds and mild. thank you, david. here's a look at the stories coming up later today on "action news" beginning at 4:00 p.m. we'll have details on the breaking news, the capture of arthur buckle after a week on
the run. we'll have live coverage on the the arrest at 4:00 p.m. thick -- this picture is causing controversies at the westpoint academy why the photo is causing a violation of important rules. don't forget to tune in at 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. for "action news." for rick williams, david murphy, i'm sarah bloomquist. have a great afternoon.
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