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breaking news at 5:00, a disturbing crime uncovered in delaware county. a college student used a hidden camera to secretly record dozens of women and children. >> those cameras were found in several locations, even a local high school. nbc 10's jacqueline london joins us live from the breaking news center with more on the suspect under arrest. >> keith and erin, the suspect is accused of using a hidden cell phone to take 51,000 upskirt pictures and videos over two years. vincent cain is a part time student at villa nova. the investigation began after a cell phone was found hidden in a bathroom on campus. police say that phone belonged to cain and he was using it to take up dloet skirt videos in bath radios on campus. they say he did the same thing
at o'hara high school and a cvs pharmacy where he works. authorities say he had 51,000 secret recordings and some of the victims were under age. cardinal o'hara says it informed parents and students about the situation. villa nova has done the same thing. cvs says it is cooperating with police. jacqueline london, nbc 10 news. following up on a story from delaware we brought you as breaking news. a deadly fear at an apartment building in lands down. we learned the victim was a man. crews found his body after being called to landsdown avenue for a kitchen fire. investigators are trying to figure out how it started. let's talk about your first alert weather. tonight we're tracking rain moving closer and closer and closer to our area. >> and that is on top of some very cold weather for this time of year. very, very cold.
first alert meteorologist sheena parveen is here with your neighborhood forecast. >> a cold start to this morning, temperatures around freezing. now we're seeing them mostly in the low 50s. they rebounded but still a very cold afternoon. 52 in philadelphia, suburbs 53 through much of our neighborhoods in delaware. closer look, 52 in rittenhouse. we haven't been much warmer today. 51 in mt. airy and 53 in fox chase. if you're in conshohocken, by 7:00 tomorrow morning, maybe the upper 30s. notice how we'll start to see the increase of some rain. as we go through the day tomorrow, temperatures staying in the 50s and rain coming. a rainy and chilly pattern setting up. there's the rain i'm talking about, just off to our west. notice how over parts of michigan we already have snow developing there. some of the cold air to the north is going to run into part of this weather system.
if you're in the poconos, you could be seeing some of that early tomorrow morning. for monroe county, freezing rain advisory until 11:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. the rest of the area mainly seeing rain. that goes to show you we have a little wintery weather trying to move into part of the area. either way, make sure you have the umbrella handy. we have a weekend warmup i'll show you coming up. happening right now, democratic vice presidential candidate tim kaine is campaigning in lehigh county. this is kaine's second stop in pennsylvania today. nbc 10's lauren mayk is live in knewto newtown bucks county. he said the keystone state is key to winning this election. >> reporter: if it seems like you've seen a lot of these candidates, you're right. you certainly have. today tim kaine seemed to have messages for two kinds of voters, for undecided voters he laid out the case for what hillary clinton wants to do and against donald trump and for
those who are supporters and volunteers, he told them that polls can be tricky and to not take anything for granted in newtown bucks county tim kaine is a said it's his seventh visit since joining the democratic ticket. >> you're the keystone state. you're key to this win, absolutely. >> reporter: pennsylvania is important enough to spend time whipping up support with less than two weeks today. kaine hitting trump on the visit to his new hotel in washington, d.c. >> that's going to be the only thing where he'll be able to stay on pennsylvania avenue. >> reporter: and his debate against hillary clinton. >> within a minute or two he said no one respects women more than me, and that nasty woman. >> reporter: he laid out plans for more affordable college. >> we want to make a promise for americans for debt-free college. you're going to put skin in the game but you shouldn't have to
graduate with debt. >> reporter: and getting into policy and getting praise from an undecided voter. >> i found him to be very sincere. that's something i'm really looking for. >> reporter: heather bernhard is considering voting for jill stein or hillary clinton and is still deciding. >> it's been the kind of season where you feel like anything can happen. two more weeks? what else might crop up. >> reporter: with a hillary t-shirt debby is on board and ready to work. >> what are you next two looks be like? >> i will be knocking on doors. i've been making phone calls and do whatever i'm asked to do. >> reporter: that last volunteer was a little worried that there could be more support for donald trump than you are seeing in some of the polls. she is going to continue working and here in bucks county, this area is critical. coming up at 6:00, we're going to take you into a divided neighborhood in this battleground county. live in newtown, lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. five days ago donald trump
held a rally in the same town. it was about five miles from kaine's event at the newtown athletic club. experts say philadelphia suburbs including bucks county could be very important to winning the state of pennsylvania. voters in montgomery county are worried they may have trouble voting at all. nbc 10's deanna durante is looking into a problem with absentee ballots. coming up new at a:30, why election of feshls are scrambling to print them in time. video of a group of thieves backing their store into boyd's department store in center city before stealing $45,000 in designer coats and handbags. the heaves arrived in two cars and rushed into the store with masks and hoodies. 18 kt and chestnut, take a look at how the store looked. it was broken glass. mannequin on the street from the destruction. they made off with expensive purses and jackets.
police are still looking for them tonight. details on the theft that caused this damage at the union league. police now they're looking for reginald phillips. they say he caused this damage when he ripped a brass railing out of the union league steps. officers later recovered the railing. the building has about $100,000 in damage. police are still looking for phillips. new details into the possibility of a septa strike. today septa releases a contingency plan in caseworkers walk off the job november 1st. regional rail would be the only transportation option in the city. no city bus, trolley or subways. service in the suburbs would not be largely impacted. the north town high-speed line and suburban buses will run. the contract with the workers union is set to expire on october 31st. the union says some of its concerns are scheduling break times and driver fatigue. tonight new jersey transit
has what it needs to install a new safety system on its rails. the board voted to lease the last radio frequency it needs to install positive train control. that lease is with the new york metropolitan transportation authority and will last 50 years. it should be en stalled by 2018. the absence of that train control system is one of the things investigators are looking at in last month's deadly train crash. from the rails to the roads, new at 5:00, the girlfriend of philadelphia district attorney seth williams will serve one year probation for allegedly slashing the tires of city-owned vehicles. a judge approved stacy cummings for the accelerated rehabilitation disposition program. in addition to probation, the terms include paying a fine of $845 and attending an anger management class. cummings is accused of slashing the tires of a city-owned sedan and suv that were parked outside the house of d.a. seth williams
last november. prosecutors didn't charge her until august of this year. delaware county district attorney's office is handling this case due to a conflict of interest. also tonight, new concerns over the rising cost of health care just as enrollment is about to begin, patients have learned their premiums are going way up. in pennsylvania that increase could be more than 50%. nbc 10's rosemary connors joins us from center city where a lot of people, they're talking about this, rosemary. >> reporter: absolutely, erin. we caught up with folks at redding terminal market and found quite a few people who get their insurance over the affordable care act. over the next week they'll be doing a bit of scrambling especially with word of the rate increases. they say now they're going to have to figure out what is the best plan that won't cost them the most. a hearty sandwich was on the list of many in the lunch crowd. on some of their minds, the affordable care act and the increase in premiums next year.
>> i think everybody should be entitled to good medical care. >> reporter: david owns jonathan best gourmet grosser tells me his wife and 11-year-old daughter get their health insurance through obamacare, he's aware insurers have requested an average rate increase of nearly 33% for next year. he believes it's money well spent. >> it makes me feel confident that i got a good insurance policy. it covers everything, that i don't have to worry about down the road. >> reporter: we did some digging and found some policies in pennsylvania, for example, an average plan for a 27-year-old could go up by as much as 53% or $113 each month. >> our policy premiums went up. our doctors chapgtd, our co-pays went up. >> reporter: dominic works at the grosser in redding terminal gets his insurance through his wife's employer. he says he's also noticed an
increase in their cost. >> it's affecting me, it's affecting any regular worker. it's affecting anyone working every day 40 hours a week. >> remember not all plans are the same. some increases are more expensive than others. your best bet is to shop around. by the way, the open enrollment for next year ends december 15th. live in center city, rosemary connors, nbc 10 news. >> we checked new jersey and delaware as well. according to new figures, patients in delaware could see a 19% increase in premiums. in new jersey it's about 5%. even in this divided political climate, politicians have managed to unite on at least one issue. outrage is growing after veterans were told to pay back thousands in military bonuses. fighting back is finally getting results. that's next at 5:00.
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the u.s. defense secretary is ordering the pentagon to stop trying to take backbone news from thousands of soldiers. >> national guard members in california got those bonuses for reenlisting to iraq and afghanistan. efforts to reclaim them sparked bipartisan outrage. >> just days after a published report that thousands of california national guard members are being pursued by the pentagon to pay back suspect bonuses they received for reenlisting a decade ago, defense secretary ashton carter has halted the process. >> i've ordered the suspension of all efforts to recollect
reimbursements from affected california guard members. >> reporter: it follows the los angeles times story that nearly 10,000 california guard members have been ordered to repair bonuses during what turned out to be a recruiting scandal. >> we stepped forward, volunteered, signed on the line. we did our duty. now they're slapping us in the face. >> reporter: former guard member robert deannedaro received a bonus of $15,000 or more to reenlist for more combat in iraq and afghanistan. an investigation in 2011 determined those bonuses were in error or illegal. several members pled guilty to fraud. at the same time the pentagon pursued payback from soldiers which both sides of the aisle call outrageous. >> tonight there's some concern this reenlistment bonus scandal may stretch outside the borders of california. the national guards of delaware and pennsylvania say they aren't affected. new jersey tell us they have an
audit team going everything right now and have found no issues like the one in california. joe williams received the above and beyond award today. williams was honored for his support of veterans in the sheriff's office. 12% of his deputies are veterans. he had one message to other employers. >> be a part of letting military people go off and do their service because the record will pay off later on in life. they protect us, we protect them. the very least we can do is secure their jobs. >> during the presentation williams signed a statement of support which encourages employers to support the guard and reserve through hiring veterans and reservists. >> i like seeing this. a salvation army honored a community center in camden at its second annual expect change luncheon. the event highlights people and businesses who have had an impact on the community.
proceeds for today's benefit the fund allowing people and families to enjoy activities at the center. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> well, a cold start today and a cold afternoon still. by tomorrow, kind of cold and rainy. no rain right now. live look at center city. we just had the clouds increasing here. we've seen a very sunny day. now the clouds are starting to move in and we're tracking rain as we go into tomorrow. make sure you have the umbrella and a jacket because it will be rainy and kind of cold through the day, too. temperatures right now mostly in the low 50s. lehigh valley mostly the upper 40s at this moment. 52 in philadelphia, low 50s for many south jersey neighborhoods, even along the shore. we'll take a look at our delaware neighborhoods. in newcastle, 50 degrees. odessa 54. dover, 54 degrees. a little warmer in sussex
county. if you're in lewis, 52 degrees right now with the north wind. we're dry right now but we have the clouds moving and the rain is still back off to our west. notice how over michigan we have some snow there. that's heading in our direction. now, we don't expect snow tomorrow, but if you are in the poconos you could see some freezing rain briefly. the rain is just moving in to western pa, fairly light at this moment. tomorrow we'll be seeing the rain later in the day like the afternoon and evening hours. tomorrow's temperatures, i mentioned it's going to be a chilly, rainy day, elwyn, 55, allentown, 52 with the rain around. long fork 64 and delaware looking at 63 degrees and dover with the late day rain. here is what it looks like. that cold air is going to mainly mix in with the northern part of the system. for the poconos, by 6:30 in the
morning, could briefly see maybe a little snow. we're looking at the freezing rain possibly there with freezing rain advisory. there you see it by 9:30. the rain moves in for the rest of the area later in the afternoon and into the evening. there's 8:30, some of the rain could be locally heavy at times, too. friday will be another cold day to end out the week, but quickly going into the weekend. look at that mild air moving in. we're going to be back around 70 degrees as we go into your saturday, believe it or not. here is what's happening. we have rain thursday, 60 degrees, friday sunny, 58. saturday 70. partly cloudy. sunday we could see a couple late day showers. for halloween monday, it looks good, low 60s staying droi and a couple 70s as we go into next week. more details on your neighborhood weather coming up. police in south jersey want you to know they're watching you. >> now they've got the cameras to do it. next at 5:00, nbc 10 takes you inside this new facility.
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will be keeping an eye out for crime coming just in time for halloween. police in gloucester township showed off the brand new remote monitoring station. computer screens display 136 township cameras positioned at parks, libraries, sports complexes and public works complexes. it's being unveiled just in time for halloween, also mischief night. the goal is about promoting safety. >> some of the cameras are obvious and some a little more covert. rest assured, the value of this is they are being recorded. >> speaking of the value, the township spent $16,000 to build the high-tech remote lab. it won't be manned 24-7 unless it's a weekend night or, of course, an event that causes fear of increased crime. xfinity in espanol. comcast making it easier for spanish-speaking customers to enjoy their cable service.
the company showed off its xfinity x 1. it offers the first ever spanish language tv interface. our sister station was there. comcast is the parent company of nbc 10. check out this video. a rowdy unwelcome guest running into a restaurant. that's a deer back there, smashing through the window of a cafe in northwest indiana monday morning. oh, my god. look at that. this is the kind of stuff you see in indiana. the dear smashed through another window to get out of the restaurant. both those windows are still boarded up today. luckily, no people were hurt. not clear if the deer was hurt. not going to forget that. next at 5:00, we'll talk about a big ballot problem that could affect you if you live in montgomery county. >> why election officials are scrambling to print absentee ballots in time. >> live pictures from
a celebration of nasty women is happening right now in center city. looking live at the nasty women vote dance party happening at donald trump's office. organizers say they're vent is to commemorate donald trump's comment that hillary clinton is such a nasty woman. they're dancing to janet jackson's "nasty," handing out video brochures about what they think women will lose if trump is president. today hillary clinton is celebrating her 69th birthday in the battleground state of florida.
>> clinton held early voting rallies telling supporters that every single vote counts. she reminded them of al gore's 537 vote loss in the recount. today hillary got help from the gold star father who famously criticized donald trump in the democratic national convention. kaz sear cahn offered to lepd trump his copy of the constitution at the dnc. today he kplapd for clinton at a mosque in norfolk, virginia, criticizing anti muslim statements by trump. >> there comes a time in an ordinary citizen's life where you have to gather all the courage that you have and you stand up and you speak against tyranny, against un-american hate. hate is un-american. >> he also stars in a television ad for clinton's campaign. >> reporter:. today donald trump opened
his new hotel. the u.s. postal service was transformed into a 263 room luxury hotel. trum says it shows how he can revitalize cities and schools. a man used an axe and sledgehammer to destroy donald trump's star on the hollywood walk of fame. ha is video of the man doing it, chipping away at the star. they want to auction off the pieces and raise money for the women who accuse donald trump of sexually assaulting them. trump has not commented on the incident. frustrated voters fear their voice won't be heard come election day. with just 13 days until the election, tens of thousands in montgomery county are still waiting for their absentee
ballots. we have more on what's behind this ballot mess. >> reporter: family time is important for the family. that's why the family vacation is a big deal. they know this year's election, that's a big deal, too. since they can't be in two places at once. >> we're trying to do absentee ballots. it was well over two weeks that we sent it in and we haven't heard back. so we're a little concerned. >> the family is part of more than 20,000 voters who have requested absentee ballots from montgomery county voter services. despite over time and extended hours, workers here are still keeping up with the demand, two weeks before the election. >> they are processing ballot requests in the order they came in and getting them out the door as quickly as possible. >> reporter: we were there as hundreds of ballots were going out the door. they say there was a slight delay in printing of ballots because of a legal challenge to the wording.
they say there's still time to get your vote counted. you can come here in person. >> did you know you can go to the county and do it today? >> no. >> the county has fallen down on their jobs to getting absentee ballots out. >> reporte >> there is no conspiracy going on and nobody thinks about anything partisan when they walk into work in the morning. >> reporter: if you are disabled, you can designate someone to come here and pick up your absentee ballot. what you can't do is send someone in your place like the parent of a college student. if you are concerned about not getting the ballot back to norristown in time, the best course of action, fill it out in person or overnight it. deanna durante, nbc 10 news. montgomery county says it will have extended hours and be open on saturday from 9:00 to noon to accommodate requests for
absentee ballots. we'll check with other counties around the area. bucks county tells us they filled all their requests for absentee ballots. delaware county has yet to respond to our requests. now a live look at the nbc 10 radar. tonight we are tracking rain. it's moving closer and closer to our area. first alert meteorologist sheena parveen is here with your neighborhood forecast. how is it looking? >> right now it looks fine. it's dry, still cold outside. tomorrow we'll be dealing with the rain, mostly the later half of the day for most of the area. 52 in philadelphia with who clouds moving in. 50 degrees for new jersey neighborhoods. lehigh valley in the upper 40s. delaware valley in the low 50s. here is the rain. it's still back off to our west. some snow over parts of michigan already because of the cold air. that's all getting closer to us. so tomorrow morning we could see
some early precip in the poconos with temperatures below freezing. that's why we have a freezing advisory out for carbon and monroe counties. this could create dangerous conditions if you are in the higher elevations early tomorrow when the rain starts to move in. as we go through the morning hours tomorrow, most of the area aside from the poconos looking at above freezing temperatures. mostly above 40 degrees. then the rain increases through the day and by the afternoon it's going to be cold and rainy. only in the upper 50s. some of the rain could be heavy at times. i'll show you a closer look at the timing on that. a bit of a warmup for your weekend, too. >> sheena, thank you. three philadelphia a corrections officers are accused of beating a handcuffed inmate and trying to cover it all up. investigators say the three handcuffed an inmate back in june and then they punched, kicked, stomped and dragged him. the officers turned themselves in today and are suspended from their jobs. authorities say after the attack
the men told their superiors the inmate had harmed himself. a new jersey preschool ex-peopled a 3-year-old girl with down syndrome. today the state attorney general filed a discrimination lawsuit against noble learning. the morristown school is charged with discriminating against the child because she was not yet toilet trained. the complaint alleges that the school didn't provide the accommodations the chilled's disability required. in a statement noble learning community says our schools are dedicated to serving the needs of a diverse student population including many with disabilities. we are proud of our comprehensive policies and from seed yurs to ensure compliance with state and federal laws. also tonight, a halloween heist, surveillance cameras caught these thooefts pilfering pumpkins from a new jersey farm. the surprising number they managed to steal next. [ roars ]
four men are seen stealing nearly 200 pumpkins from a family farm stand. the men drove to the farm's view road stand to pull off the heist. the stolen pumpkins are worth $3,000. >> wouldn't have guessed pumpkins would be something people would steal. >> a new low for crime. >> incredible people have the audaci audacity. >> weird. why would they steal pumpkins. >> good question. the family is offering a $1,000 reward to find and arrest the men. how do you fit it in that vehicle right there? 200 of them. will weather play tricks on you this halloween? >> sheena looking ahead to your trick-or-treat traft, plus rain
for tomorrow. >> it depends which day you're heading out. a look across your weekend at your halloween forecast. we'll have a bit of a warmup. i'll show you the details coming up. you out. no warning, no hearing. it's a lending practice so outrageous, most states banned it. but at the bank founded by pat toomey it was business as usual. forcing small business owners out of their homes. toomey even used his power in the senate to help himself, voting to gut rules that protect us and crack down on big banks. pat toomey. out for himself, not us. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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a live look at the wells fargo center. tonight the arena will trade the ice for the hardwood as the 6ers take on the oklahoma city thunder. the team will be celebrating the occasion. all fans get a free t-shirt tonight along with a half-time concert. not the mention a surprise guest to ring in the new season. tip-off set for 8:00. the eagles will be fighting for first place this weekend. they take on division rival cowboys. >> a strange twist of fate. both teams will be led by rookie quarterbacks. >> a long night on sunday. the future of the nfc east will
be on full display. carson wentz and dak prescott, dallas won their last five games after losing the season opener, on top the nfc east. wentz has slowed down. last week was probably his worst game of the season. the eagles came away with a win over the then undefeated vikings. this is more than carson versus dak. it's eagles versus cowboys. wentz knows what that means. >> it's more than football. i recognize that. at the same time i don't let that bother me or distract me. that's just preparing every day because i know if i get sidetracked by any of those things, it will mess up the preparation and affect the game on sunday. >> more on wentz and the eagles at 6:00. i'll join you courtside with a look at the 6ers season opener and the long awaited debut of
joel embiid. nbc 10 is your official eagles station. we'll have exclusive coverage before and after the game. it starts sunday morning at 9:30 with the eagles game day kickoff. the game kicks off again, 8:30 only on nbc 10. that's followed immediately by our live postgame show. the excitement is building for game two of the world series. a live look at progressive field in cleveland where to it in's first pitch has been moved up by an hour. the indians took down game one. they shut out the cubbies 6-0. take a look at these photos from the cleveland clinic. look at that. these are all the babies born yesterday. the hospital dressed them in
onsies. >> that game is supposed to be really windy there. hurricane schwartz was saying that earlier. >> they bumped it up because of the rain. it's probably better they bumped it up an hour. here it's a cold day. it was cold this morning. still cold outside. 52 degrees right now in philadelphia. 48 in coatesville, 48 in allentown, 52 atlantic city. these are some of the warmest temperatures we've seen today. we've been around freezing this morning, and tomorrow morning, if you're in the poconos, you'll be around freezing or colder which is why we could have freezing rain there. for the rest of the area, a rainy, chilly day tomorrow and the poconos will have the freezing rain advisory early in the morning. so if you are in those higher elevations, carbon and monroe counties mainly, you could be dealing with some slippery roadways. keep that in mind for the morning commute. we go into the weekend, back around 70 to start off your saturday, believe it or not. take a look at this temperature trend. today we were in the low 50s, tomorrow 60 with the rain.
it's going to be the damp cold. not too comfortable. friday upper 50s, by saturday, 70 droes, by sunday in the mid 60s. very comfortable compared to what he had today. the rain is off to our west. some of the clouds starting to move in. you'll notice more clouds increasing as we go through tonight. the rain is off to our west. snow developing over parts of michigan. so now you start to see this weather system tapping into some of that canadian air. some of that is going to be just to our north for early tomorrow. now we're looking at future weather, 8:00 a.m., notice the pink around the poconos. temperature in mt. pocono, 29 degrees. that would be potentially freezing rain. we'll be watching that closely, briefly a wintery mix. the freezing rain in the mix for the poconos. cold and rainy mainly. we go through 4:00 p.m., temperatures only in the 50s pour the most part. rain a little more widespread through the afternoon. evening rain by 8:30,
temperatures around 60 degrees. some could be locally heavy. we clear around midnight and friday morning. we are dry for the morning commute with morning temperatures right around the mid to low 40s. here is the next three days. tomorrow, 60 and rainy. saturday, there you see the 70s, same thing for the pennsylvania suburbs saturday, mid 60s. lehigh valley, that early rain tomorrow. we go into your weekend and it will get warmer as well as new jersey along the shore and in delaware. glenn will have a closer look at 6:00. lester holt joins us with a look at what's coming up on "nbc nightly news." >> ahead for us, a new poll offers fresh hope for donald trump in a place he must win. we'll have details of sexual abuse allegations rocking a major university. a student charged, dozens of accusers step forward. an allegedly drunk airline pilot stopped as he was about to take off with a plane load of passengers and it's happened
before. we'll take a closer look at 6:30 on "nbc nightly news." back to you now. >> thanks, we'll see you then. after weeks of tough questions, accusations from the witness stand, something we've all been talking about. the bridge gate trial is coming to an end. >> the defense rested its case today, but not before one of the suspects got grilled by prosecutors. we'll go inside the courtroom next. yeah. we love low prices. no bones about it.
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multiple e-mails because she was scared. kelly, quote, i wasn't the only person to delete e-mails and texts. to several in the courtroom that seemed a direct swipe at governor christie whose subpoenaed phone records show 12 deleted text messages during a legislative hearing on bridgegate. >> he gave and voice and texture to what i thought about the way this governor was running the administration. >> reporter: kelly seemed almost deflated when the government pointed out that seven other witnesses in this trial gave testimony that conflicted with hers. kelly, quote, all of them have a different recollection of what happened, and i will tell you all of them, their livelihood depends on chris christie. her attorney, though, was able to establish many of those seven disagreed with each other, not just kelly. and he ended, quote, are you innocent of these charges? kelly, i am.
attorney critchley's plan for tonight -- >> get a good night's sleep and present the evidence and summation as best i can. >> the judge has charged the jury. closing arguments begin thursday morning. they will go well into friday and then this case will be in the hands of the jury. in newark, brian thompson, nbc 10 news. >> we'll make sure we follow every development for you. "nbc 10 news at 6:00" is next. here are jim rosenfield and jacqueline london. >> next at 6:00, we continue to following breaking news, a hidden camera found in a villa nova bathroom. >> nbc 10 has learned new information in the past half hour and we just spoke to villa nova students. a live report is next. also a haunted mansion in the delaware valley? tonight nbc 10 goes inside before this homes gets national attention. glenn? >> we've got a chilly night, also rain out to our west that's moving this way. i'm tracking the arrival of it for tomorrow. biden: this is what i know about katie mcginty -
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accused college creeper. a villa nova student is arrested for secretly recording in bathrooms on campus, and that's not the only location. break-in at boyd's, the new video of the heist and the team of thieves in action. haunted mansion. this local home will be featured to a national audience. nbc 10 takes you inside as we go ghost hunting. hidden cameras in bathrooms, 50,000 pictures of women and young children secretly recorded. tonight the suspect arrested is a student at villa nova university. police say he also recorded women at the cvs store where he worked and at cardinal o'hara high school. nbc 10's mitch blomitch blatches
joining us. >> reporter: this case broke open on september 26th a month ago where here on villa nova's camp campus, a student found a cell phone camera in one of the bathrooms at villa nova university. police very quickly traced that cell phone back to vincent kane, 19 years old, a part-time student here at villa nova. when confronted by detectives, kane admitted to taking these types of videos for more than two years. searching his home police found a hard drive with 51,000 pictures on it. those pictures were taken, as you said, from a cvs where he worked and at cardinal o'hara high school where he graduated last year. students had strong reaction to this news when we spoke to him moments ago. >> it's college. it's the world. everything kind of happens, you're never going to be sheltered from everything. it's kind of