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the da and the police chief held a briefing earlier. >> we set it and we meant it. we told them we were coming for them and we did. the attorney and james ferguson have ruined a lot of people' s lives, and now they have officially ruined their own. they face life behind bars. reporter: these arrests are in addition to another arrest from late september. that man, james ferguson, has already been arranged. he is being charged with murder. the two were arrested will appear in court on tuesday for arraignment and we should learn more about the crime as well as live in the marshfield police department, wcvb newscenter 5. jc: a fast-moving cold but that is getting the holiday weekend off to a wet and windy start. it' s really flying through now. it' s out of here. you have a great weekend.
stuff. let me show you what we are dealing with now. the north shore and north of the pike, still wet stuff. a spot here or there. nothing serious at all. you travel to the south, we get just pass brockton. we are headed over to the area, and if you go to 44 near plymouth, that is toward marshfield as well. that one. the strongest selling picking up his this area, to the west of worcester, kind of following the that is where we see a lot going the fastest moving -- moving 40 miles per hour. it will be in millbury in about 11 minutes. could be a rumble of thunder out of this one. could be a downpour. it could be a situation where we have some winds. notice where we have the edge of west. . here is the timeline.
we are pushing eastward and then offshore and there is your weekend a lot of sunshine to talk about. at which all the about how long the sunshine hangs around, if he can carry on into monday, which is a holiday for many of you, and when we will see the temperatures climb up to 70 in a few minutes. phil: thanks. disturbing charges against a man who worked as a private social worker. he is charged of human trafficking in a case that allegedly involved teenage girls. mary saladna is in the newsroom with what we have learned. reporter: rick hall lives in wakefield, but he lives in -- works in reading. he is a private social worker. he owns north shore recovery management in redding. police served a search warrant and found new photos of 315-year-old girls from oregon. hall is charged with encouraging
>> this can be devastating to young people and is particularly concerning in this case because this is an individual with a professional obligation to be mandated to report suspend -- suspicion of abuse against children. reporter: the district attorney says it is too soon to know if there are other victims. all' s license has been suspended. a judge ordered him held on 100,000 dollars cash bail and to be off the internet. i mary saladna, wcvb newscenter 5. >> stay away from the cars. jc: caught on camera, a car auction thrown into chaos. 11 injured, one seriously when an suv plowed into a group of people. it happened inside a packed auction house in framingham. team coverage begins with our pam cross, live at the scene.
pam: that auction was underway, going on, when suddenly that vehicles sped out of control. yes, there were a few minutes of panic. shots of panic and pain inside the auction house. an out of control car . just but i did not see the driver. i was running for my own life. pam: he drove to the option from western mass. >> it hit some people and went through the wall. alive? >> the person i was with got hit by a car. i jumped out of the way. i was lucky. pam: the inside of the old gm plant is normally calm. this is a shot from "chronicle," in contrast to this. one driver was trapped. >> he helped lift to the vehicles of the individual could
be rescued. pam: with the investigation still on, that there is gratitude. >> iran over and helped pull them out and carry them away from the vehicle. pam: scary. >> it was. it was scary. >> everyone was screaming. >> it' s just a freak accident, you know? my heart goes out to all the people injured. pam: police are still investigating. the want to see the surveillance video before they decide whether anyone will be charged. pam cross, wcvb newscenter 5. phil: thanks. we want to get your right to jorge quiroga who is at western mass medical center with more on those injured. jorge: 11 injured. one man telling me he is lucky to walk out with only bumps and bruises.
this is cellphone video shows the moments just after the suv crashed into a cinderblock wall, bringing it down. >> the car was so moving? >> i heard a crash. i heard the wall come down. jorge: larry, a car buyer from connecticut, was there. he has a live to show for it. >> something hit me in the back of the legs and i fell down. it was chaos. jorge: he has no idea what hit him. >> i looked behind me and i saw people scrambling. you could hear banging and crashing. i think it hit multiple cars. >> stay away from the cars. everybody away from the cars. >> i did not know if there was somebody shooting. there were so many noises. the bmws slowly driven suddenly accelerated.
i looked over my shoulder. i was just fine to get out of there. jorge: amazingly, only one person seriously hurt either by the suv or the car as hit. one person however rescued after the wall collapsed it have to be hospital. life-threatening. live in framingham, jorge quiroga, wcvb newscenter 5. phil: a boston man indicted on charges that killed a bicyclist. gregory mccoy is charged with manslaughter while operating under the influence and leaving of an accident. mccoy ran from the scene, police right to him.
prosecutors are calling it a case of murder for hire. a man for a six-figure bounty. in fbi sting led to the arrest. reporter: he has had two prior convictions for which he has served significant time in prison. this new alleged crime could earn him 10 more years behind bars. between the one-page affidavit reads like a ruby script. cash, guns, and murder. the central character is joseph burke, a 31-year-old ex-con, who agree to kill a man. they searched his home, the home of his girlfriend for any evidence tied to the seven-month long investigation. he was recorded by an agent saying how he would break into the target'
the affidavit details his words that he needed money and he might have to commit an armored car robbery. you might need some -- meet some rich people who want to get out undercover agent. "i will do this all day long." the undercover agent told him that another undercover agent was missing with his business. he told the undercover agent how to pay for the hit, suggesting the agent borrow money from the target, who would, of course, be dead when the loan came due. that is how wise g uys do it, he said in the affidavit. his hearing will be october 21, four days after he originally planned to commit this murder for hire.
phil: still ahead tonight at 6:00, a competition that could lift up the reputation of drones. jc: that' s right, the flying robots will be the main attraction. how it all will work. phil: a paint sized -- a pint-size reporter interviewing patriots. mike: i will show you when we climb back into the 70' s.
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janet: tomorrow there will be a sort of drone olympics at harvard stadium. they will demonstrate versatility and prowess. >> it will demystifies some of the things that drones can do. janet: it is called hub week, celebrating the latest innovations in technology, art, and science. >> you see with this drone, not only have we printed the body of the drone, we have integrated the circuitry. janet: at a time when they are disrupting soccer tournaments, invading no drone zone' s, and interfering with commercial chef but you can deliver it something -- you can deliver it faster than anything else. if there is an earthquake or a flood, searching for victims.
janet: they are often a better alternative environmentally. >> they are finding easier ways to measure soil quality by having farmers fly drones over their property. there are a lot of good uses that could likely save lives, likely improve the environment. janet: the drone olympics will be noon until 2 p.m. tomorrow at harvard stadium. it is free, but you need to register and tonight they are filled to capacity. phil: thanks. a wet start to the holiday weekend, but how about the rest? jc: andrew:p the one thing about soccer that i like the most is when i put my uniform on, the age just leaves me. the ages leave all of us. we simply become kids again. r i think all of us play
for that very reason. t it makes us the child we once were. p the years just glide away, and i'm back to where i was. p you are that little andy guy who used to be down in me, and i get to be that person all over again. my name is andrew, and bluecross blueshield has me. jc: -- phil: an eight-year-old southborough girl who gets the big interviews got another one. she landed gronk, who told her basketball was his second
tom brady, robert kraft. she and her brother got a group picture with brady and craft. she has landed interviews with governor baker, hillary clinton, donald trump. jc: [laughter] ask the tough questions without getting hit back? t know. a high honor for a long time member of the channel 5 family. jc: in honor of his more than 40 year career, jorge quiroga received the lifetime achievement award this morning. governor charlie baker and mayor marty walsh were there to greet him. boston. you can see the proclamation. the first latino reporter in boston.
it will does earn -- a well deserved honor. phil: and in true fashion, after that, he grabbed his umbrella and went out and did a story. that is what makes it jorge jorge. mike: we are getting reports and that freezer down. little bit. we have lighter rain as you look at the city. this was traveling along 44, just about to exit the coast, and then we talked about this area out here. it wraps around the pike and is marching eastward. this is fast. what i did was, i took a close look at this. look at what happened in 15 minutes time. it really diminishes and in intensity. it will continue to
move toward upton, but it' s losing a lot of its punch and this is the last of the big punch going on. so, the timing on that -- by 7:00, we have that focus through the southeastern part of the state. rain, no rain left out here. this kicks its way to the cape. 10:00 tonight, it is done. by love :00, we are trying to clear the skies. check out tomorrow. wall-to-wall sunshine. breezy in the morning, but much better in the afternoon. raindrops on our camera, 65 degrees. southwest wind. very busy all day today. it west early direction across the area tomorrow. tomorrow, temperatures in the 60' s. i do not think we will be this warm tomorrow area tomorrow most of us will be stuck in the 50' s. we have warmer temperatures only
talk about sunday and monday' s forecast. a few evening storms out there. tomorrow it is sunshine, on the cool side, 58 to 60, but overall, just setting up to be a really nice day tomorrow. a few spots may hit above it, but a lot of us will be in the 50' s. compare that to the 72 degree reading we had a couple days ago. we will warm up as we have through the weekend. that, mid-60' s. let me break it down for you. this weekend, the topsfield fair goes through monday. we certainly have a lot of sun weekend. tomorrow, sunshine, as i was
we have a chilly start to the day on sunday. s. check out the foliage -- it is a little behind schedule, but it is there. the colors are always spectacular. 70' . not a washout. i think the best opportunity for rain is the next hour or so and after that it is done. sunshine as we have through the weekend. that' s the latest. an update for you tonight at 11:00. >> now sportscenter 5 with bob halloran' s . bob: the dallas cowboys made it through an entire day without saying anything sexist, inappropriate or insensitive. we' ll continue to monitor the situation and let you know if that changes before the end of this sportscast. meanwhile, did you know that it is not julien edelman and it is not rob gronkowski who leads the
patriots in total yards from scrimmage? it is dion lewis. with 325 combined rushing and receiving yards, and 2 touchdowns - lewis is the patriots biggest surprise of this young season. coach likes him. >> he' s got a number of ways he can get the extra yards and his ability to catch the ball, to run inside and outside gives you a lot of options in the game. so, he makes the most out of what he has got. he has got a good skill set. not the same as other guys. the patriots are going through the big d and unlike mark chestnutt, i do mean dallas. they' ve lost 4 of 5 trips to dallas, but this is the first time they' ll play in the 3-million square foot texas stadium, a place where the entire statue of liberty could fit into even with the retractable roof closed. >> it' s different for me not playing a place where i have played before. i know what i am getting myself
this will be a chance to get out earlier and get a feel for things. >> you just hear good things about it. of easily interface eight of the arts 80 them, so i look forward to playing their. bob: 70 million dollars is a lot of money, except in major league baseball where it' s the second lowest team payroll. 200 million dollars less than the dodgers, 115 million less than the red sox. but it was enough to get the astros into the playoffs. it is worth noting, though not exactly relevant as we lead into the rangers - blue jays playoff game. they needed 14 innings to decide this one and it' s all mike napoli' s fault. they tie the game 4-4. that is the same mike napoli who batted 207 for the red sox this year. run at a door will slide home safely.
the rangers go on to win 6-4. strange stuff that the presidents cup. phil mickelson walked down the seventh fairway all square in the match and left of the seventh hole two down. that' s because he used a different ball off the tee. he called the penalty on himself. the americans have the match. the u.s. leads by one with eight points up for grabs tomorrow. still nothing stupid from the dallas cowboys. we will see if they make it to 11:00. phil: we know you will be monitoring. jc: tonight, warnings about a potential bad batch of drugs. the race to get it off the streets tonight after 20/20. but first, world news tonight. david: two school shootings on two different campuses.
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a look at the warming trend. october has been a little cool. maybe we' ll make up for it in the next few days. jc: we make up for it with three holiday weekend days without sunshine. how can you complain about that? mike: i do not. phil: have a cowboy said anything? bob: not in the last couple of minutes. by the way, 92 in dallas this weekend.