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township trish hartman for channel six a "action news". >> thanks, trish. hunt continues tonight for a man who stabbed a camden, cabdriver during an apparent hold up last night. cabby 50 year-old juan fortuna is recovering. surveillance shows the suspect squeezing out a passenger window, and then running away after the cab crashed into a park cars. fortuna's family says the cabby did that on purpose in hopes of getting a tension and help. wilmington police are investigating an arm sexual assault inner brandywine river. on the 800 block of south park drive, tonight detectives released this surveillance image of the suspect. man showed a weapon, forced her in the secluded a area at 9:30 yesterday morning. new jersey senate vote to whether to dramatically increase gasoline tax. price of the gas would go up by 23 cents a gallon. or 100 doll are a year for the average driver. money would go to improving
road or bridges and mass transit. governor chris christie told the media today that the gas tax increase would be accompanied by a decrease in the sales tax, from seven to 6 . but the fact that is would be phased in over a year and a half and wouldn't start until january. gas tax hike, could begin this friday but christie says it is fair. >> we'll a hundred dollar increase per driver in the gas tax, they will see a 400 plus dollar savings from the sales tax cut, per family. that is why we're doing that and that is why it is call tax fairness. >> christie says that the plan has been endorsed by anti tax crusader, grier nor quiz. the main casino union is preparing to go in with the strike over the july 4th weekend. local 54 unite here, conduct a training session, today teaching them how to hold a picket line without blocking traffic or running into a
problem. 5600 workers are threatening to walk out of bally's, caesar's, harrah's and trump taj mahal. this could happen friday. dealers aren't part of the the union they would remain on the job. they are demanding pay back for concessions it made when casinos were in worse financial shape five years ago and it wants a $3 and hour hike over five years. the casinos say they want a fair contract for both side. a pennsylvania senate took quick action on a house budget today. passing an alter version of the $31.6 billion spending plan with bipartisan support. the problem is, with just a day to go before the deadline, both chambers disagree on how to pay for it and it is not as much money as governor wolf requested. the plan calls for a 5 percent increase in spending. driven primarily by pension obligations, prisons and human services, and 200 million-dollar in new fund for public schools.
meanwhile delaware lawmakers tonight gave final approval for 4 billion-dollar budget that was slightly less than what governor jack markell had requested, but it is still four and a half percent more than spending over the current years budget. if you have ever taken the river line, did you know that you were being overheard. you are being listened to. today new jersey transit says it is ending its controversial use of the audio surveillance systems on board the light rail trains, that travel between trenton and camden. the agency says that the decision came after an internal review that weighed security benefits begins privately concerns. victims of the air land owe shooting were remembered in pennsauken. camden county freeholders hosted a march for love to celebrate the counties diversity. marchers wore rainbow colors to show solidarity, with orlando, and the pulse nightclub, they also held a candle lighting for victims of
all hate crimes. two new classes of fire cadets has become profession willal fire fighters. "action news" was at temple university's mcgonigle hall tonight for philadelphia a fire department graduation, fire commissioner adam thiel thanked families for their support during tough training and in the years ahead. coming up on "action news" tonight, the video of an officer's altercation with a woman compelled the prosecutor to charge the cop, that tonight monica malpass joins with us a bomb shell legal development. the coaster stopped rolling trapping seven kids high in the air, adam. downpours and thunderstorms have been temporarily suppress to the south but they will move back in before we head in the fourth of july weekend. i'll have time in the accu weather. jeff skversky with former philly lenny dykstra making very serious allegations against his old teammates, that and more when "action news" continues knits.
tonight a reading police officers has been cleared of all charges after a shocking incident last april when he punched a woman drivers. monica malpass is here with an update with this story, what have you got. >> bomb shell, jim. berks county district judge thomas dismissed all charges, against four year veteran jesus santiago dejesus, the driver is upset and says that she does not understand our system of justice this was officer dejesus walking out of court today with his lawyer adam saddamsky after charges were drop. >> were you driving without a valid driver's license. >> reporter: this is him confronting a driver just afternoon at 800 greenwich street in reading. he pulled the 30 year-old, over for reportedly not using her turn signal. even though later surveillance
video those that she did. and then he discover she does not have a drivers license. he tosses her cell phone when she won't hand it to him while recording and punches her. she needed stitches after hitting her head on the pipe. >> i'm upset right now. she don't know how the law works around here. pretty much he just got away witt. >> reporter: driver and passenger were both shock when they heard charges were dropped. after the incident she was rushed to reading hospital for treatment and sat in yale for three days until charges of assault and resisting arrest were drop. district attorney john adams was outraged enough to charge officer dejesus with a oppression and tampering with evidence. >> this interaction between police and citizen was escalated, by the police behavior. >> reporter: no comment so far today from the d.a. except to say he and his staff will review the case and deciding whether to refile charges. adams originally said system depend on the truthfulness of
police and that it is jeopardized when an officer fabricates the truth. the police chief is still conducting an internal investigation of incident before deciding the office are's future but it is officer santiago dejesus second brush up in four years. the last summer he shot two teenagers after pursuit on a deaden street but d.a. and police department cleared him on those charges as well. >> there has been no explanations as to were they were dropped. >> not so far. they cannery filed, possibly. donald trump told a rally in maine today that he will bring back jobs and protect american workers. he also hit back at u.s. chamber of commerce which normally backs republican candidates, chamber says trump's economic plan will cost jobs. why would the chamber of commerce say leave everything the way it is when i can make a better deal. hillary clinton was in san francisco tonight digesting two new polls. she lead in both one is very
tight, but quinnipiac poll has her leading trump just two points 42-40. new fox poll has her leading trump by six points and that is a seven-point loss for trump since the middle of may. what goes up, what comes down but this roller coaster didn't get the memorandum you. eight people were stranded when silver bullet got stuck in the top of the hill, seven of them were children ranging from seven to 15. fire fighters had to escort them down a catwalk one at a time during what is describes as a meticulous rescue. f.d.a. asked makers offhanded sanitizers for new stud toys determine how well they work. the agency wants to know whether they are ab served in the body. officials are particularly interested in the effects on pregnant woman and children. it is part of the agency's review of hundreds of products which came on to the market without being they arely vetted. vice-president joe biden, upped the pressure honorary
searchers and drug companies today, to speed the progress towards cancer cures. at a cancer sum tonight washington biden threat ten pull federal funding for studies which failed to publishly disclose their results. he says that the current culture in research is stifling advances. work is underway inside wells fargo center for democratic national convention, and new transformation is beginning in center city. today the 2016 host committee began hanging banners along market street, and we also learned how camden will share in the festivities. a concert will take place at bb and t pavilion on the final day of the convention featuring lady gaga, lenny cravats and dj jazzy jeff. dnc delegates will attend but ticket will be invitation only. that is the story of that concert. story here in the weather, beautiful. >> beautiful. >> beautiful. >> it the will spill into thursday. >> what about the holiday.
>> looking okay for the most part. >> for the most part. >> we will take a look right now at sky six live double scan and the area, it is comfortable and clear. we have wiped humidity away and it will remain that way on thursday. eighty-five was the high in philadelphia. normal is 86. as we look the at number of days we hit 90 or above for a high in the city of philadelphia to this point in the year we have had eight so far and normally with the 30 year average we have eight to this point, so it would have been very typical, so far, for this late spring, into early summer season. seventy-one in trenton right now. we're hitting 60's in the north and west. wilmington at 69. millville at 66 degrees and poconos 64. some of those numbers drop in the 50's by tomorrow morning. the front is now way to the south, as you cane downpours and thunderstorms erupting in north and south carolina stretching down to at latin a
boundary is going to slowly progress back to the north, this time tomorrow night into friday and then again that humidity will flood backup the eastern seaboard but for the morning rush tomorrow, open up the windows, it is clear, comfortable, light breeze. sixty-seven at 6:00 in the morning. at 8:00 o'clock 69. weak high pressure in control. it is warm, yeah at 87 degrees but that humidity level is in check and low. warm front to the south, lifts to the north thursday night into the day on friday. at the same time i will track a cold front from the west that we start off with the warm front friday morning. cold front end of the day. so between the two it is extremely humid with those pop ups occurring, both in the morning and then again in the afternoon and it is not a wash out here friday but be on guard that anything could pop up at anytime. down the shore tomorrow sea breeze in the afternoon. eighty surf city. seventy's from ocean city toy beach haven, high uv index and equally nice, sea isle city, cape may 70, 80 degrees.
lower 80's for rehoboth beach. bet hence i beach with the ocean temperature at seven 46789 the exclusive seven day forecast 87, perfect here tomorrow, then on friday, muggy unsettled at times here is a snapshot future tracker early in the morning. pop ups developing. on and off throughout the day but that cold front will wipe it all away in time for saturday and sunday. refreshing, unis i, with temperatures between 86 and 87 and then on the fourth we will start with sun and included increase. we have to watch to see a southern system how quickly it wants to come in late on monday for the fourth at 86. it sticks around tuesday with showers and storms. and then turning hot and humid on wednesday at 90. that system continues to speed up, at least every day, so maybe tomorrow it will slow it back down. >> that storm system is just declaring its independent on monday. >> look at you. >> all right. >> sorry about that. >> there is nothing like seeing a classic philadelphia movie right where it was film. hundreds came to the steps of the art museum tonight to
phillies trying to salvage this series and it looks like they actually dit. >> what a series. to second one runs, 44 hits. >> on the phillies part. >> just on the phillies part, extraordinary. >> for a team that could not hit. >> sometimes you need to get away, for phillies that is oh so true. pete mackanin admits when they left philadelphia a they became a different team. he is right phillies are winning. wild game, in arizona phillies playing catch up all day, even in the field freddie galvis what a play. eighth inning phillies bat around scoring four times. herrera to third, jake lamb boots it. they take eight-seven lead. it doesn't last long. back come diamond backs, ball
does in the leave the infield but they still tie it. andre blanco throws ate way. it stays that way until the tenth. tyler goodell pinch hitting with the runner a at third. that will do it. phillies win on a sacrifice fly. it is their first sweep in more than two months. >> we all love to win. when you get exciting wins like that, it just building for the next day. we're excited about this one. we are looking forward to keep it rolling. >> former phillies star lenny dykstra claims that anyone who was any good on that lovable 1993 phillies team was taking steroids, including himself. dykstra says it was his way of making 30 million-dollar. in his new book house of nails dykstra says he is not proud of taking performance enhancing drugs but he had to in order to stay on the field every day and it helped him make millions of dollars for his family. dykstra claims he paid private investigators to dig up dirt on umpires to use it against
them. dykstra who went to prison for committing fraud is trying to learn from all of those mistakes. >> so, i learned, i learned a lot, i learned hugh milt. i learned about how to treat people. i'm's not suggesting people go to prison to learn these things but when you are in yale for two years you have a lot of time to think. >> lots of stories in that book. >> still to come we will go one on one with innings isers coach brett brown. find out what big man could be the odd man out as they still look for a trade. more sports up next.
sixers coach brett brown sees what you see, way too many big men right now so brown tells "action news" today that the sixers are still, looking to trade jahlil okafor or nerlens noel. he admits he feels very connect to okafor and noel but they are desperate for a point guard and while they cannot possibly play with all these big men, can they. >> no, you are not. we have talk about it freely. i talk with my players, freely about the log jam that we have with all of our business. you know, somebody asked me on record the other day do i expect a trade to be made? i would be surprised if there wasn't one. i talked to my own players about that same thing. it is pro sport.
it is real. >> how real is this if if you thought fletcher cox got paid did you see what the indianapolis colts quarterback andrew luck was paid today, six years, 140 million-dollar, luck's one of the biggest deals in nfl history. that is more than the cost to build union stadium. they are taking on red bulls, tied it up, chris pontius scores, 60th minute, his second of the game, union win two-one. they advance to the quarter final, of cup play. next up new england. >> brett brown one of the good guys in sports. >> i hope it works out for him. he is a great guy. jimmy kimmel live next on channel six followed by night line. jimmy's guest zach efron, adam le vine and music from melony martinez. "action news" continues at 4:30. for the entire "action news" team i'm jim gardner, good night.