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monday night, and a a 17 year-old girl is facing charges after she was arrested at radnor high school, and we have the journal, detailing what police called her obsession with columbine and her desire to repeat it. plus a hooting a at a local ymca tonight a worker and a man are dead, we've got a live report. but the big story on "action news" is effort to find a with man whose violent abduction was caught on tape and the reward now being offered to track down the man who took her. >> this is the video released by philadelphia police today. you can clearly see the victim as she's dragged down the
street by her captor and then forced in to a car in germantown. police released the video hoping to generate leads tonight and to tonight there is a reward in the case. "action news" reporter dann cuellar is live at northwest detectives and dann, you've got the latest tonight. >> reporter: well, tonight city has upped ant which mayor michael nut's proving a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. the fbi has join philadelphia police in the intense manhunt for the 22-year old victim and her abductor. a philadelphia police chopper scour the a area from the air while police cruisers on the ground went in and around the 100 block of west colter looking for clues in the violent abduction of 22-year old car leash a freeland gaither. surveillance shows it was 9:30 that the us peck's car drove down the block and then park, a man in the hooded sweat shirt gets out and walks over to the victim. she tries to run. man grabbed her and dragged her all the way down the
block. she screamed for help. he they struggled and fell to the ground but man forced her in the ground and she has in the been seen ever since. >> i just want her to come back home safe. i don't care what anybody has to do i just want her to come home. that is all i'm asking. >> reporter: distraught relatives say free land gaither work as a nurse and spent evening visiting her god son before heading home. she dropped her glasses and cell phone during the struggle. she also kick out the car rear windows before the kidnapper drove away. audio on the surveillance video indicates he did in the know her attacker. >> i don't see her doing anything like. that i don't under tan why somebody would do this to her. >> reporter: throughout the day relatives put up missing posters of freeland gaither on neighed hood streets begging for her safe return and any information on her abductor. >> if anybody see her please just get in contact with me. i'm just asking, please. i will do anything you want me to to just bring my daughter back safe. that is all i ask.
>> reporter: police say that it appears kidnapper was driving a 2,000 through 2004 dash dray metallic ford taurus with the rear windows knock out. it also has an unknown pennsylvania tag, and missing, the inspection stickers. if you see that car, or otherwise have information on this case, you're being asked to call 911. live from northwest detectives, dann cuellar for "action news" at ten on phl7. >> all right dann, thank you. police in radnor took action after two students made threats at radnor high school. tonight a 17 year-old girl allegedly obsessed with columbine is facing charges. police say she wrote in her journals she wanted to blow up the cafeteria and shoot everyone in classrooms. "action news" reporter kenneth moton is live at the school right now, with more on this story, kenneth in. >> reporter: well, shirleen radnor police say case involving the the two high school students here are unrelated, and only one appears to be according to
them credible and truly disturbing. they appeared to be the mad woman but radnor township police say these word written by a 17 year-old female student at radnor high were detailed and violent. >> kind of like frightening because those event have happened in other places and it is like you don't want to it happen here in your hometown. but it is realistically it can happen to anybody. >> reporter: police say columbine obsessed girl was arrested at the school monday after administrators were alerted she was writing about a mass hoot nothing her two notebooks. the target, fellow students and a certain teacher. i could be first female school shooter. i want to trap them, pick them off one by one. investigators searched her locker and home but found no weapons. >> she did have a fascination with serial killers and she did a lot have reading about torture but the the most disturbing factor is that he had a fascination and a keen interest on the columbine shooters. >> reporter: police superintendent bill colorulo says the teen who has a
history of mental health treatment wrote letters to the parents of the shooters on have the columbine tragedy saying she identified with the mass murders. >> how do you know when to take this another just and when to dismiss this as something no more than a harmless prank. >> reporter: school notified parents on the web site about this incident, and another. police say male student with autism was taken into custody machine for making threats but that case is still under investigation. the news and fear spread quickly in the hallways. >> the rumors that were going around these kids had to know the truth and the facts because they don't wanting to to school. >> reporter: and that 17 year-old girl is under going a psyched evaluation but she will be charged with making terroristic threats and in those journals which date back to the summer, she's a minor so her name won't be released but we're told tonight that her parents are cooperating with this investigation. reporting live from radnor township tonight kenneth moton for "action news" at ten on p
hl17, brian. >> kenneth, thank you. dell will wear state university was will be down this evening after a shooting at after off cam puts residence home. one person was injury. the shooter is still on the loose right now. it happened around 4:00 o'clock this evening at living and learning commons. the rick tim was taken the two hospital but there is no word at this point, on their condition. it is still not clear what cause aid truck to slam into a, bucks county police station tonight. chopper 6hd flew over springfield township police station in coopersberg. it took more than 30 minutes to pull the driver from the wreck here. that person was rushed to the hospital, and no one inside of the building though was hurt. two people have now died after a shooting at a chester county ymca tonight. it happen just after 6:00 at the brandywine y in coatsville and right now we are learning more about the victim and the shooter whom police say then took his own life. "action news" reporter sharrie williams is live on the scene and sharrie, you've got late details tonight.
report report. >> and, brian, officials tell us that this was not a random act, in fact, they tell us that the shooter and the victim knew each other. officials also say that the shooter, came here with a are precise plan, looking for the person he knew. it was shortly after 6:00 o'clock monday night when the brandywine y in mca was placed on lock down. gunfire was heard in the parking lot. >> we were in the pool area for about an hour before one of the directors at the y said we need to move everybody in the gymnasium. >> reporter: chester county d.a. says woman was outside of the y when she was shot multiple times and died. up investigators say the male shooter waited for police to arrive and then turn the gun on himself and took his own life. d.a. says that the woman knew her shooter and says it was domestic related. >> they were not married. it was a domestic situation,
however. they did have have a prior relationship. >> reporter: inside, life guard like carly sudsman tried to keep the kid inside calm and safe making hure that everyone stayed away from the windows. >> we did our jobs. we kept the place as safe as possible. i mean that is all we can do we do what we necessity how to do the best and that is to keep our families safe and i mean if that means putting our own selves at risk and standing in front of that window to keep kids an fame list away from there, that is what we will do. >> reporter: she says would the man that was murdered was an employee at the y and a co-worker that she admired. >> beautiful. one of the sweetest most caring people you will ever meet in your whole life. she was very motherly. >> reporter: officials tell us that the children inside were never in danger, and at this point the shooting is still under investigation and in names have been released. live in coatsville, sharrie williams for "action news" at ten on phl17. >> sharrie, thank you. it didn't take long for
septa transit police captain to identify the suspect in an open lewdness case. that suspect was an off-duty transit police officer. forty-four year-old kevin fant ace accused of fondling himself on a broadway subway car. two year veteran is on leave, pending the outcome of the disciplinary process. the detectives say that would be tampered with trick or treat candy, in the area have of the south spring road lincoln avenue and pennsylvania avenue in vineland. apparently a razor blade was found inside of a to ot sie roll. parents should check their children's candy. if you have any information about this incident contact vineland toe lease at (856)691-4111. a similar incident happened on saturday in towamencin township montgomery county. now, that the winds have died down from the weekend we are heading in to a nice stretch of weather. meteorologist adam joseph has word from accu weather live at
the big board, adam. >> it is quiet overnight tonight and what a jump in temperatures since yesterday. 49 degrees. the afternoon high temperature in philadelphia today, 60 degrees which is pretty much at the normal being at 61. so a nice 11-degree jump within 24 hour period. in fact those wind which were how long at 50 miles an hour and create add lot of power outages yesterday, had relaxed, zero in reading, zero in wilmington. calm in those locations. 5 miles an hour in trenton. millville a wind gust out of the west southwest at 6 miles an hour. we will look to the west and you can see this warm air beginning to bubble from dallas, st. louis, to chicago, with temperatures right now in the 60's and 70's, right now philadelphia coming in at 55 degrees but along that boundary where we had that warm air there is a cold front, you can see a stretch of showers from chicago to dallas but high pressure is in control to our south with the void of clouds and that high
will help drive temperatures up next couple days with a wind wrapping around that high out of the southwest. so as we look ahead to that accu weather forecast we will be reaching for 70 degrees the next couple of days and then super soaker rain storm arrives on thursday and another cold shot comes in behind that. i will have timing on each and how much rain to expect in the full accu weather forecast. >> thank you adam. eagles win against texans was a costly one. two starters have been sidelined with injuries. quarterback nick foles has a broken clavicle, and "action news" has learned that the injury will not require surgery and that foles will be out six to eight weeks. in middle linebacker demeco ryans, suffered a season ending injury yesterday. tore his right achilles tendon ale we will have have much more on both of these injuries coming up, in sports. >> tomorrow morning polls opened all across the tri-state area and this time tomorrow night we will be counting votes, clear across
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people rolled up their sleeves shopping in voorhees today. this was first of two flu shots, organized by freeholders, want to make it easier for families to get vaccinated. next clinic will be thursday november 13th at camden county college. and, it is time for the accu weather forecast. a nice night out there. >> not a bad week coming up, but adam joseph standing by live at the big board with details on what we can expect, hi adam. >> nice beginning especially that recovery after a very chilly and starting often wet weekend on saturday. today 60 degrees which is pretty much normal. thirty-six the low temperature. it is on the cooler side. normal should be about 43. records 28 and 80 degrees. notice that sunset today. 4:56. we will lose another 20 minutes, of daylight during the evening hours as we approach the beginning of december. so we have one more month and then we will start to lose that day light during evening hours. fifty-three in allentown 54 in reading. fifty wilmington.
fifty-three in millville. most areas still remaining on the mild side for this time of the year given we have had some cloud cover pass through and a couple of showers in parts of lancaster, chester county, new castle county. they were isolated this evening there was a warm front draped pushing through behind that warm front, high pressure and southeasterly wind will invade overnight tonight and that will move those temperatures, above normal. the not only for tuesday but going in to the day on wednesday, as well. so future tracker at 3:00 in the a afternoon we are looking at 67 degrees in philadelphia just down the road. baltimore, richmond in the lower to mid 70's. charlotte coming in at 70. charleston west virginia 68 degrees. as we head out the door tomorrow morning, still need a light jacket for the kids as they helped to the bus stop under partly cloudy skies, 45 degrees around 6:00 in the morning and jumping 5 degrees in two hours at 8:00 o'clock to near 50 degrees. looking north and west region by region a really nice, mild day tomorrow, 66 reading. sixty-six in downingtown.
the kutztown coming in at 66 degrees. we should be right around 67, 68 degrees from philadelphia to glassboro and salem. wilmington also coming in at 68 but little bit cooler in trenton at 65 degrees. well above normal. those westerly wind tomorrow at the shore means no sea breeze but just a few clouds. sixty-five along the shore communities and millville, between 66 and 67 degrees. another warm day on top of wednesday and then get ready for a soaking rain, we will have timing on that wet weather how much to expect and what the next weekend has in the seven day forecast, guys. >> looking forward to it, thank you. eagles got the win yesterday but as we told you a couple minutes ago, it was quite costly. two key players are dealing with serious injuries. >> that will impact the rest of the season, jamie apody live in the a "action news" sports center, jamie. >> game will get down in the win column but that is right, two huge losses in houston yesterday, including their quarterback and the quarterback of the defense.
let's talk about that, "action news" has learned that nick foles will miss six to eight weeks after breaking his clavicle, an mri reruled he will in the need surgery. injury happened on this sack in the end of the first quarter. better part of the next two months, this will be the mark sanchez show. sanchez came on to relieve and didn't look like a guy who hadn't played a game since december 30th of 2012. was 15 of 22 for 202 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. chip kelly has preached the importance of having a capable backup quarterback and this is exactly yes kept sanchez around. >> i feel great about mark. we felt great about him all along. one of the things we wanted to do we need to have two quarterbacks and chance to get him in here. he has done a great job in our system. he played outstanding in the preseason. he showed no rust or anything when he got in there, a against houston yesterday. we feel confident and feel very bad for nick that he is out but i feel very confident in mark if we have to go in
that direction. >> eagles confirmed that demeco ryans is officially done with the season way torn achilles tendon. injury happened's have's interest represented the the pass. players from both teams gathered around as he was carted off some were seen crying. chip kelly described him as the true leaderment in a twist he tore his other achilles in the exact spot on the same field, as a member of the texans four years ago. coming up later, in the hour we will talk more about ryans and foles injuries, plus find out if the sixers, finally got that first win of the season. out if the sixers, finally got that first win of the season. wwe put all the apps you love...
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it is 10:30. here are the big stories we are covering on "action news" at 10:00 on phl17. mayor nutter is offering a 10,00$10,000 reward to free cara freeland-gaither home. a man grabbed her in the 100 block of west colter street. it appears to be a random kidnapping. a girl that was obsessed with columbine is facing charges. she wanted to blow up the cafeteria. she was arrested at school. a male student with autism was taken into custody for making threats. that case is still under investigation. >> two are dead in coatesville tonight. a man waited for a woman and
shot her several times before taking his own life. he work there is also and has two children. the bomb squad had to come to north philadelphia twice. they discovered four booby-traps. one of them went after with the buildings' new owner. it triggered a concealed booby-trap. rowland mcvicker set up the trigger. >> they were disarmed. the intent was still there. >> animal control agents were called in to pick up the couples many dogs. they have carved out a living space inside of the tumbling
plant. >> arson, flames broke out before dawn. they revealed the burnt out wrecks was six trucks. the investigators say that the arsonist cut a hole in the fence. they are showing off their haul after pulling off a major drug bust. the officers in elsmere had a four-month investigation. the home on 400 block of seneca road. a seizure offer $15,000 in cash. this investigation is ongoing. jury selection was underway for a penn professor rafael robb. robb was found guilty back in
december of 2006 inside of their home in king of prussia. they are seeking pecuniary damages. an estimated 175 staffers as conde nast went to work inside of the skyscraper. it was a massive office building that took eight years and $8 billion. it's quite a sight for sure. by and large, it's a nice monday that gave way to a few scattered showers tonight. adaadam joseph join us. >> it's wet close to the end of the week. live at sky6 a beautiful shot of
the skyline. let's look at numbers. we start at the north and west. 51 in st. davis. kennett square, 21. oxford and levittown, and the upper 40s. tannersville at 50. in the state of new jersey in delaware we are looking at upper 40s to 50z to smyrna and dover. the ocean is 53. you see the interior areas where the wind has calmed down with a clear sky. we dropped in the upper 40s. where the breeze is up. the temperatures between 51 and 53 degrees. a warm front is draped over our region. there is just enough of energy to have a clap of thunder or two. the showers are isolated. they are faded off of the radar scope. high pressure to the south will
be our muscle maker on tuesday and wednesday holding a cold front and wet weather off to the west. the high is massive along the southeastern part of the united states and invadin invading up w england. the high pushes to the east. it allows the front drape in here on wednesday. it brings cloud cover on wednesday compared to tuesday. peaks of sun and warm. the low pressure develops alone the boundary. the two hill merge over the wil. they had rain in time for the morning commute. it's holding off at 7:00. we have to watch how quickly the rain pushes in. it's a wet day on thursday. for the evening rush there is steady heavy rain around the region slowing down the commute.
1 or 2 inches of rain on tuesday. 65 degrees. it's a mild day. at the shore, 6 to 12 miles-an-hour. 65. no sea breeze with a mixture of sun and clouds and 68. the soaking rain on thursday. it's a warm rain not at cold rain at 64 degrees. 1 to 2 inches. ponding on the roadways. the sun returns. the breeze kicks up and cools the air down to 55. a chill in the air for the weekend. 50 on saturday. showers could develop on sunday, 53. 50 on monday. it's a chilly day. cold a at the linc on monday
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the head of the the national pen is a liar. he killed a woman if 2010. he is the main suspect in the disappearance of natalee halloway. >> brittany maynard chose to end her life on her own terms in oregon. it spark as passionate debate on assisted suicide. >> brittany maynard lived her life to the fullest. traveling around the world. her life and how she would choose to end it is a national issue. >> my goal, of course, is to influence this policy for positive change. >>reporter:diagnosed with a
terminal brain tumor on january 21st, she learns she has six months to live. she moves to oregon, five states with assisted suicide law. she self-administered medications under the death with dignity law. they surveyed americans on end of life issues. the health care issue is poorly designed to deal with the end of life concerns. >> the story is unique to her. it's a reminder we will face the end of our lives some day. we need to think as she did about how we want it to end. >>reporter:it was a decision that maynard struggled with. >> if november 2nd comes alone and a passed, i hope that my family is still proud of me in the choices that i made. >> since the passage of oregon's
death with dignity law, less than 1% are under the age of 35. her name is lauren hill. she lived out her dreams last night as she faces the nightmare as how she will dry. she suffers from an inoperable brain tumour. she has weeks to live. they moved the game up by two weeks in hopes that she plays it in. she scored the first and last shots of game. it was nothing less than awesome. >> i don't plan on it being my last game. i am still going to try to be there with my team and be there to support them. they always have been there to support me. >> lauren got the most
courageous award at halftime. well deserved. she is an inspiration. are you planning to go shopping on thanksgiving. what two stores would love to have your business. maybe you prefer to do your shopping from home. how that shopping may be costing you. that story is ahead. don't forget to wake up with the "action news" team weather and traffic only on 6abc.
some stores have gone record saying that employees should spend their time with families. we are open. come and shop. kmart is opened at 6:00 a.m. and sears announced it's opening two hours earlier than last year. the doors will open at 6:00 p.m. on thanksgiving much. >> it's time to "saving with 6abc." the holiday season is around the corner. did you know that how your shopping online could be costing you? abc's rebecca jarvis has more.
>>reporter:it's hard to beat the convenience of online shopping. the most popular e-commerce websites county offer the products for everyone. the researchers say you could be spending more and not even know it. >> the different companies are deciding based on what computer you are using or device you are using. as they learn from you and your purchase history, they can show you those specifically. >>reporter:they call it price stearing. two shoppers receive different product results. >> most of us look at first page result. >> what a website would do is put the more expensive items at the top. they know most users are not going to go all the way down to
achieve cheaper prices. >>reporter:they could be offered different prices on the same item, on the same website. in general, this is not illegal. >> they saw price discrimination when they were logged into websites. >>reporter:what is better to be logged in or anonymous? >> it's depending on the site. >>reporter:how do you make sure you get the best deal? that depends. do your research before you buy. shop on a computer and a mobile device. try your search logged into an account versus as a guest. use different browsers and if all else fails ask a friend for you to check on his or her computer. rebecca jarvis new york. >> you may not be ready to start your holiday shopping. plan your budget. start with a realistic idea what
you will spend on gifts and hollywood travel. postage and hollywood tipping, and new clothes for those parties. if you were saving up airline miles consider how they can trim the expenses. it may not translate into free tickets. you may be able to cash them in. to gift them early and compare prices. don't wait until the last minute. >> the big question with nick foles out and can mark sanchez do the job? >> yes. and sanchez looked pretty good yesterday at least. he did. foles's broken clavicle will not need surgery. let's take a look at what happened here. he was off to his unusual inconsistent start.
124 yards and a touchdown. he threw a pick. it will be the mark sanchez. this is a guy with significant experience as a starter in the nhl. he was more efficient in the red zone. >> his preparation is outstanding in terms of what he does here and he prepared himself as a starter. it's not oh, my god i have to go into the ged. he is focused and prepared to make playis. that is part of his makeup. he can run everything. >> how about the quarterback of their defense. demeco ryans is out for the season after tearing his achilles tendon. the loss of ryans is a bigger blow than the loss of foles. he is our guy.
the injury happened after he intercepted a pass in the fourth-quarter. the players from both teams gathered around the linebacker after he was carted off. >> you don't want to see anyone get hurt. demeco is a rock for us on defense. >> all we can do is keep the support. >> it was a tough season for the sixers. how long do we wait for the big win? and bruceer flint. look abruiser flint.and he pick.
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32,000 feet somewhere over arkansas. dottie and keith jumped on a flight from nashville to dallas love field. on board were friends and family and a lot of strangers. the idea of getting married on a plane came to them sitting at an airport. they traveled so much to work they were able to cash in their miles and get 30 tickets for family and friends to witness them say i do. classy glasses. i would want to be on that plane. absolutely. it's a lot of fun. tomorrow, the weather looks good. and it's equally as fun. the temperatures are warm. the temperature 45 at 6:00. 47 at 7:00. 50 at 8:00. it's cool but a partly cloudy
start. a few clouds in the afternoon. temperatures are going to jump on the north side of the normal. 66 at 4:00. it's a beautiful tuesday afternoon. it's warm on wednesday before the soaking rain arrives on thursday for everyone. thank you, adam. for shirleen allicot, ducis rodgers and jamie apody i am brian taff have a great night. see you back tomorrow night.
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