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with a crash. and chilling new information parents need to know about online predators. that's next. pass paid family leave. aarp applauded sweeney for freezing property taxes for seniors and cutting prices on prescription drugs. "i got to take my hat off to him. he's a man of his word." steve sweeney. because there's more work to do to get south jersey's fair share. "action news," delaware valley's leading news program with jim gardner ♪ ♪ >> this is how it ended, all of
the debris on the road may have been stolen in a shoplifting spree according to police. police have a lot to sort out. that's what they are doing now. it's friday night and there is one major mess on a delaware county roadway. now three people are in the hospital. we show you where it ended. let's go to where it began. dann cuellar is live at the home good story. can you piece this all together? >> jim, call it sairn did i wanty or just play luck, but a minor traffic stop led police to this home good center. the women flip their get away car upside down as they try to flee. officer bell stopped the car for
a vehicle registration. >> the vehicle took off. the officer notified his supervisor. >> moments later, officers received word that the car struck an suv and flipped over with the three women inside. all from if philadelphia. police say one of the women got out of the upside down car and tried to carjack another car nearby. >> the woman tried to get into another woman's car. >> her mother saw the woman hiding on their property. >> she got one of the cop's attention and pointed to the girl. they got her, cuffed her. >> police noticed merchandise on the roadway. the items were lots of bed sheets reportedly stolen from
home goods moments earlier. >> they had 2,000-dollars worth of sheets stolen. officer bell is a four year veteran of the force. >> this could have been different. if he pursued them and an accident resulted, people would have said if you didn't purr see the people, this wouldn't have happened. that wasn't the case. >> the three women face charges of retail theft, fleeing and one of them of carjacking. live in radnor, channel6 "action news." police investigating high school students getting sick from brownies. the brownies are being tested for brownies or other drugs.
>> shattered windshields and nervouses for a dozen drivers whose windshields were pelted with rocks on trenton. they are unsure if the rocks dperocksfell or if someone thre. it was not a serious accident and no one was hurt. >> traffic accident in bucks county. a pedestrian was fatally struck on route one in front of the night's inn. the man was thrown into the southbound lanes where he was run over several times. he didn't appear to be crossing in a designated area. for the second time in two weeks the willow care urgent care was investigated. it follows a search by fbi and
dea agents last week. the building reopened with patients rushing to get back in line. can our streak of 70-degree weather last for the weekend? cecily tynan is here with the late word and first look at the forecast from accuweather. cecily? >> jim, no. 70-degree weather not lasting through the weekend. we had a cold front, down to 55 in philadelphia. it feels cooler with the breeze. future tracker showing tomorrow morning, 8:00, it's chilly out there. temperatures along i-95. north and west suburb, temperatures in the 30s. we'll struggle to make toyota the upper 50s by the afternoon. as we look ahead, not climbing out of the 50s tomorrow. i'm tracking a round of rain
saturday night and sunday, damp with a lot of clouds. we'll track the coldest air mass next week in the seven-day forecast. jim? >> cecily, thank you. let's look at the frank rizzo statue across from city hall. officials announced today it will be moved after being a flash point of controversy and recent vandalism some say the former mayor was racist. they have not determined where they'll put the statute. that may take six month months . >> new york police may arrest harvey weinstein. first criminal charges are possible. boardwalk actress pause reported weinstein raped her twice in
2011. two people back her account. >> in 2014 bowber bowe bergdahls exchanged in afghanistan for the united states. some of the soldiers who searched for him were severely wounded. today the judge spared bergdahl a prison sentence. president trump said sparing bergdahl a prison sentence was a disgrace. >> president trump arrived in hawaii with the first lady today. trump is at the start of an 11 day trip to asia likely to be dominated by the nuclear threat and talk of trade.
he toured the u.s.s. arizona memorial at pearl harbor. the last militants have been flushed out of iraq. that is considered a huge battlefield victory. it means the islamic state lost the territory it took over in 2014. 5,000 isis fighters remain in syria. the top ranked eagles are getting most of the attention. jamie apody shows us how the sixers are on their own hot streak. investigative reporter chad pri pradelli joins us. >> a social application messages are disturbing.
>> social media platforms can be irresistible to people that like to make contact with other individuals online. there are constant reminders that online can be a dangerous place. investigative reporter chad pradelli has been checking out an app called chick and a girl that suffered from the experience. >> with one preteen and myself, this investigation hit hard. we posed on kick, older men sending pictures not suitable for broadcast. the victim who liked kick, her legal guardian has a warning for parents. >> it's heartbreaking. >> the victim was 14 on kick trying to socialize with other
teens. >> he wooed her and was nice to her. >> the two agreed to meet at a delaware county park. instead of a teen, 40-year-old david duvall was behind the kick chat. he ordered the victim into the car driving four hours to bloomsburg forcing her to perform sex acts along the way. >> she was scared out of her mind and sexual assaulted. >> the girl's family says he dropped her off but not before threatening to kill her if she told anyone. it's been a year and a half since the attack. >> she cries herself to sleep to this day. she's a mess. >> if that doesn't jolt your attention, this may. we set up an account as a 16-year-old girl. within an hour we got bombarded
by kick accounts that appeared to be grown men. the questions began, do you like older guys? what are you wearing? quickly turned sexual. a few minutes later we were getting pictures of genitals and asked our if fictitious 16-yead to send pictures of her own or live chat. >> the detective is with crimes against children in delaware county, part of a network committed to bringing down predators. his team arrested duvall when he set up another meeting. >> the detective says he's charged with raping two teens and a slew of sex crimes in state and federal court he had pleaded not guilty. >> they are all over social
media. that's all they do. >> he has ruined so many people's lives. he is a coward. he's pathetic. her message to parents, check your children's phone or they too could face a long road to recovery. >> she's a bright, beautiful, child that got caught up in a nightmare. >> and kick released a statement that reads in part we take online security seriously. we are constantly improving our trust and safety measures. >> the next time a teenager gets upset when a parent says they want to know where the teen is going online, watch that report. >> take the phone. check the kid's phone. >> unemployment has fallen to 4.1%, the lowest level in 17 years. employers added 261,000 jobs in
october bouncing back from the hurricanes, the downside is that despite the hiring strength, wages have only grown 2.4% from a year ago. let's get the weekend forecast with cecily tynan. >> the action cam looking up. did you see the full moon tonight? it's bright. it's beautiful. a full moon in november is known as the full beaver moon because this is the time the american indians would gather their pelts, one of the brightest full moons of the year. we are looking at the center city skyline. the skies are clearing. behind the front, a reality check. the high 59-degrees. a mix of clouds and sunshine. late tomorrow night into sunday morning, we have light rain and sunday mostly cloudy on the damp side with drizzle in the afternoon but not as cool,
65-degrees. this weekend one hour longer than any other weekend this year because we head to eastern standard time. when you head to bed saturday night, turn the clocks back an hour, we get an extra hour of sleep, or most of us do. temperatures now, allentown 50. millville and cape may 60s. there is cloud cover there. satellite and radar showing the front continues to push to the east overnight. that brings cool air tomorrow morning, temperature in the 30s and 40s. with the high pressure, the high 59-degrees. a fall chill. we stee increasing clouds late in the day. a nice day to look at fall foliage. moderate across south jersey and
delaware. future tracker showing saturday night by 11:00 touch of drizzle. not a lot of rain. some drizzle for the eagle's game but not heavy like last week. sunday, mostly cloudy and 65. monday, a strong cold front bringing showers. 58 election day. wednesday and thursday, 53 and 54. friday, 50-degrees. the coldest air mass of the season. one more day of temperatures in the 70s, next monday and then we cool off. >> thank you, cecily. a new place to play is dedicated to the memory of a little boy. they cut the ribbon to open the
jarred bender memorial playground. he was a fifth grader that lost his battle with cancer in 2015. >> hundreds of volunteers rolled up their sleeves to prepare food for others at the episcopal church in wayne. the goal to assemble 50,000 meals to send to puerto rico and several foreign nations experiencing their own food crisis. ♪ ♪
why are south jerseyans turning against steve sweeney? it's because sweeney's been exposed as a double dipping pension padder. caught spending campaign money on lavish dinners and fine cigars for his pals. investigated for being a lobbyist and a senator at the same time. sweeney voted to raise taxes 145 times while our economy continues to struggle. south jersey is a mess,
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>> a south jersey school district put aside controversy for standing for the national anthem. they encouraged parents and staff to sing the national anthem tonight. it's believed to be a township record. wells fargo arena, the center to be these days. energy and excitement, it's a long time since they have been rocking like this.
sixers and pacers tied at 1:10. redick for three. 116. 30 seconds after that, redick for three. that's 119. three straight threes to ice the game. sixers win it 121-10. ben simmons second triple double in 29 games. carson wentz and company could be 8-1 if they take care of business. offensive player of the month may have a new weapon if jay ajayi gets into the game. he's starting to pick up offense. >> definitely understanding the way the blocks are here. i'm getting comfortable.
i have been able to get on the practice field this week. it's coach's plan of action this week, we'll see how it goes. >> tomorrow morning, semple play book. jeff collins live in studio. maybe collins will do the push ups. did you see him in the game? >> i did not. >> hopefully he will do it when he wins. >> the seventh annual business gala in center city tonight as a way to thank the business community for supporting programs designed to inspire young people to succeed in the global economy. sharrie williams and brian taff invited to m.c. the event tonight. "6abc" president and general
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>> the first woman has been appointed to lead one of philadelphia's oldest congregations. rabbi jill maderer was installed as rabbi tonight at the road of shalom in center city. she's served the community since she was ordained in 2001. >> hig "high school huddle" nexn channel6 followed by "jimmy kimmel live." i'm jim gardner, goodnight.
have a good weekend. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> last two at home by combind nine points but they are not going down tonight without a fight in our game of the week. welcome to "6abc" high school huddle. i'm jeff skversky. the district playoffs in pennsylvania kicked off. south jersey teams fighting for their playoff lives. huddle kicks off in 60 seconds. >> you are