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wednesday night, surveillance video shows a shooter in the act. police want you to see, it to help find who paralyzed a father of four. you can add another celebrity to the list of those who private pictures have fallen in the hands of hackers. philadelphia's own jill scott, is now on defense tonight. but the the big story on "action news" is breaking news out of olney, police have gotten reports about a person being shot hours ago but there was no sign of him. >> until tonight. and discovery was a gruesome one. as "action news" reporter kenneth moton found out it get worse from there, kenneth.
>> reporter: shirleen, philadelphia police are working two things right now, let me get out of the way and show you this on one right here as we see philadelphia crime scene has lit up this area right now. this is where they have found that burned out car a couple hours ago in this alley way here's what we know police found a black mitsubishi galante on fire behind these homes, on the 6100 block of lawrence street, around 8:00 p.m. inside they found a man, dead and passenger seat. his body burn so badly he is unrecognizable. police believe the scene is connect to the shooting that happened around 4:00 p.m. just a few blocks away on the 400 block of roselyn street. witnesses say two men were in the vehicle matching same description as a car as the second scene, shots were fired, and the passenger was struck in the head. those witnesses say driver took off, with the shooting victim, northwest detectives spent three hours working that first scene and speaking with family members of the possible victims when they saw a plume of smoke from that car fire.
>> me, my boyfriend and all of us we ran, we got to the burning car before the cops did just by running on foot, and supposedly, heading in the car that was burned in the car that they were supposed to be looking for the whole hour we were out here giving them information and what we were hearing two blocks away. >> reporter: as philadelphia police continue to process this scene we are taking a live look at investigators say the man inside this carries being called a john doe, at this point. they don't know how he was killed, but family members say that they are sure that relatives is the the man in that car, 24 year-old with a two month-old baby. we are not releasing the name, until police make a positive identification. witnesses say they saw a man running from the scene, before he jumped into a red car, right now, detectives are talking with neighbors and looking for surveillance video. we will continue to gather information on this scene and as soon as we get it, we will bring it the to you. reporting live from olney
kenneth moton for "action news" at ten on phl17. >> thanks very much. newly released surveillance shows gunman wanted for shooting and paralyzing a father of four in west philadelphia. police say 49 year-old edward lynn accidentally bumped in to the suspect outside of market and 50th and haverford on friday afternoon. that led to an altercation. lynn was sucker punched and then shot six times as suspect ran away. shooter and two other men are sought by police tonight, the the victim is in critical condition. misstep by police investigating the kidnapping and sexual assaults of the young girl in philadelphia was revealed in court today. judge ruled today that the defendant cristina regusters was not read her miranda rights upon being arrested and questioning, about the crime. for that reason the the judge ruled the jury won't hear her police statement when the trial resumes tomorrow. prosecutors say that regusters posed as a victim's mother walk the child out of her school, and then later raped
the child. regusters had an outburst tearfully rejecting a aunt's claim that she molested a young cousin. a new accuser is suing convicted child predator jerry sandusky. lawsuit claims the the boy was sexually abused by the former penn state football coach in 2008 or 2009. once during a shopping trip and once following a penn state football game, in south carolina. the suit also names penn state university as a second mile charity, founded by sandusky, it seeks 550 million-dollar along with punitive damages. penn state has already settled 26 cases for nearly 60 million-dollar. president obama spoke for the first time today, about the brutal murder of a second american journalist, at a news conference in as tone use this morning the the president spoke directly to the isis militant behind the beheading of steven sotoloff. he said their action does not intimidate but rather unite americans and our reach is long and justice will be
served. those comments come as defense secretary chuck hagel said that the military game toys quote degrade and destroyed isis's capability. and "action news" reporter dann cuellar is live from the on the light center tonight with 9/11 nearing, no one is taking threat posed biasis lightly. >> reporter: that is right with the 13th anniversary of 9/111 week away one terrorism expert tells with us all that is going on, the the intelligence community should be on high alert. >> when you look at the the national, threat advisory system, there are probably in between what is called, elevated, imminent. >> reporter: professor tomlin at desales university is former supervisor of the fbi's joint terrorism task force in philadelphia he says with isis showing ruthlessness in the mass killings of syria and iraq and kidnapping and beheadings of two american journalist he said there should be no mistake that the threat the terror group poses. >> my concern with isis is
their flexibility, adapt built and a bill to move. >> reporter: in the world of u.s. intelligence they have to work with the assumption that isis is already here and then try to prove or disprove that. his biggest concern is isis is getting help from american citizens, making it harder for them to track. >> it raise that he is concern of who is inside the united states? who has traveled, and why have they travel, what is that pattern been so it raises the ability of them to move, and strike. >> reporter: knowing what he knows about counter terrorism tomlinson says u.s. intelligence analyst have been looking at targets at isis here in the u.s. and abroad. >> we would look at transportation, you would look at nuclear, you would look at your energy sector, the transportation sector, and try to make a determine of their vulnerabilities. >> reporter: tomlinson says these terror groups are infamous of putting of misinformation. one example is al qaeda claiming that isis is too extreme for them. >> convenient for them to be off the radar by saying is is
is too extreme for us when they orchestrated the 9/11 attacks? i suspect in the. it could buy them time to do things, out of view, while everybody is focused on isis. >> reporter: in the days leading up to the anniversary of 9/11 i asked tomlinson what should we tell the public . he said same thing we have been telling them since 9/11 if it doesn't look right or feel right, report it and let authorities sort it out. live from the sat center, dann cuellar for "action news" at ten on phl17, shirleen. >> thanks, dann. president obama will meet with european leaders tomorrow to talk about the the growing crisis, in ukraine. the meeting is set to take place in wales on the sidelines, of a nato summit. the president will meet with leaders of the britain, france, germany and italy. they are expected to discuss potential for more economic sanctions on russia. tonight, hundreds gathered in linwood for a solemn farewell to a four year old student, killed in the car
crash. students, tearfully embraced as they remembered ace cook, one of five teens in the car that collided with another vehicle on the way to a charity soccer tournament on saturday. the young athlete and main lift high school spent last self case in intensive care but died from her injuries today. neighbors concerned about bee-bee gun sales at a point breeze corner store have scored a victory. the owner of the point safe market at point breeze and le tonea said he will stop selling air soft guns. toy weapons look a lot like large caliber semiautomatic hand guns. minors way younger than 21 have been buying them. residents say almost daily, they have had to sweep up bee-bee gun pellets across the streets and sidewalks but their greatest concern was that a young person would get hurt. thousands of displaced casino workers got a much needed helping hand today. new jersey department of labor opened up this temporary resource center, inside the atlantic city convention sent they are morning.
dozens of volunteers helped former employees of the now shuttered show boat and revel casinos filed for unemployment and sign up for health insurance. many on hand say this is just to help soften the blow of an otherwise, very tough time. hackers aren't finished stealing private celebrity picks, philadelphian jill scott learned that tonight. also an apology is not nearly enough for a mom who watches police point guns at the her six year-old son when they pulled over the wrong car. blank. it is on the left. >> and university of delaware's new football star, he is six with an inspiring story to tell, adam. refreshing change from yesterday's 39 degrees to day 85. we are going back to the 90's temporarily, we will let you know when "action news" returns.
make it progresso or make it yourself. and now try new progresso chili. slow-simmered, homemade taste. jill scotties latest celebrity to deal with, private pictures coming out on the internet. two photos appearing to show philadelphia native in the nude are circulating twitter. scott took to twit turra dress
the the pictures saying only one of the two pictures really is her and she took to it chronicle her weight loss. federal investigators are looking in similar hacks involving jennifer lawrence and other female celebrities. justice department is planning to announce a civil rights investigation in the police department if ferguson, missouri. law enforcement sources say that the probe will examine police stops and arrest, to see if there is a pattern of discrimination and excessive force. it comes nearly a month after 18 year-old michael brown, an unarmed 18 year-old african-american was shot and killed by a white ferguson police officers. >> what is going on? >> oh, my god, they are my children. >> that is the the sound of a woman in texas, being pulled over by police, who draw their guns on her while her small children watched from the car. she's now filing a lawsuit, last month, barber was driving with her six and nine year-old
and her two, ten year-old god daughters when police pulled her over. they were looking for a tan car were four black males inside, instead, they pulled over barber, burgundy car. the department has apologized but she says that is just not enough. meteorologist adam joseph says a comfortable night coming our way. >> it is, enjoy it, because it is very humid air will be pushing back in soon enough. as we take a live look at skies six on the center city sky line very tops of liberty one and two, we are looking good. good visibility out there, temperatures at least on the more comfortable side. as we look at weather window and open up for today our low was on the warm side at 73. we are waiting to are that cooler air to come from the north and west. high this afternoon 85 degrees. still above normal but far removed from the 93 of yesterday and record 51 and 100 degrees. as we look to the north and west, we have 60's on the board from oxford, kenneth
square, saint david, quake are town 64. tannersville dropping to 58 degrees. right along i-95 levittown to chester still holding on either side of 70 degrees and speaking of the 70's it is warm along the the shore, 74 to 76, state of delaware, upper 60's for the most part in the pine barons right now sitting in the up are 60's. satellite and radar we have had some clouds that are really south of philadelphia, they are high clouds, they are beginning to push off the coast, high pressure coming from the north and west and that means high pressure stays in control for tomorrow. another beautiful day. 88 degrees. sun and clouds. still relatively low humidity. a front will arrive on friday from the north and west. that comes hazy sunshine and some scattered storms, during the the afternoon as it turns more humid and high temperature of 89 degrees. it that is southerly wind along with that trigger, mechanism of the warm front and clashing air to try to spark that thunderstorm or a
downpour in some spots. now dew points, that scale of how comfortable it is when you step out and how much moisture in the atmosphere we will stay in the 50's one more day tomorrow and we will jump in the 70's for friday and saturday. it is very oppressive much like yesterday but then second half of the weekend note that is big drop gannon sunday, into monday, of next week. so for remainder of tonight mostly clear, very pleasant, 56 to 67 degrees, and for that overnight low and for that morning rush hour, tomorrow, temperatures start at 69 degrees at 6:00 o'clock in the morning. sunny, warm. maybe there is some patchy fog in some areas but overall bright in the morning with the light breeze at 7:00 a.m. seven two. by 8:00 o'clock in the morning 74 degrees. thereafter tomorrow for day planner temperatures will be back in the middle 80's by the afternoon with a mixture of sunshine and clouds. as we take a look at the exclusive accu weather seven day forecast, beyond that on friday hot and humid
89 degrees. we will take a snapshot at 2:00 in the afternoon there could be scattered downpours and thunderstorms around but better chance for storms and torrential ones at that will come saturday afternoon into saturday night with the cold front but hot and humid saturday at nine two. behind that front we have been dried sunday morning, returning sun, lowering humidity for eagles at 79 and monday, tuesday, and wednesday, looking good, brian, temperatures in the upper 70's, low humidity, tease event sunshine, tail have of two seasons come this weekend. >> we will take it, thank you. there was a testament to hope and love today at cooper university hospital. thisesly keisha maynard and ducey du pont. she had been under going treatment for a serious illness but didn't let that stop her wedding. dana red presided over ceremony and couple's two daughters took part and our sincere congratulations to this wonderful couple. blue hens will have inspiration during saturday's home opener in the form of the little boy with an amazing
will to live. today six year-old danny saltwell was given his very own locker at the university of delaware's fat ball team. you would never necessity but two years ago danny was at du pont hospital for children being treated for a rare, very aggressive non-hodgkin's limb foam a team adopted him through the andrew mcdone b plus foundation. danny instantly fell in love with the game and the players on the team. >> they play with him, they run on the football field with him and as a father that is all i ever wanted to see my son do. is to play as a child. >> reporter: during his time with the blue hens danny has shown amazing improvement, and today, his cancer is in remission. incredible to see progression from then to now, what a happy kid. time for sports tonight. >> ducis rodgers live at the big board, hi there ducis. >> hi there guys it all starts sunday and according to the vegas bookmakers eagles should
start with the bang they are 10.5 favorites over jacksonville. any player we have talk to said offense will be even better this season. that is because they are even more comfortable, with chip kelly's offense. couple that with the best running back in the nfl, lesean mccoy and birds are the odds on favorite to win the nfc east again. >> with the history that is in this division, with how well each, you know, everybody knows each other we are new kid on the block now. so, that is going to be competitive and i still pick my team over everybody else. >> the team that we wanted to and now we have the opportunity to really do it. so, i think year two is a difference because you know exactly what it is chip kelly is trying to get done. >> we know offense is g eagles defense was suspect in one particular area, last year, against the pass. burning question is has the the team fix the problem? >> we're going to find that out on september 7th at
1:00 p.m. when the lights are on and the season will be kick off. we will find that out, it is a great opportunity ahead of us. we are eager for that opportunity. we will show the world. >> on now to baseball phillies pitchers had tossed back to back shut out against the at the plant a braves. why must all good things come to an end. this afternoon gonzales makes his debut in relief. christian bet even court singles off him. gonzales gives up two runs, three hits in within inning and walk two. rest of the bull pen not good. defratus had a wild pitch in the sixth. seven-four ballgame. lone bright spot comes from the glove of grady sizemore. he rob evans getes but phillies lose seven- 46789 they are off tomorrow. they will be taking on washington on friday. union and toronto, sometimes you only need one second half 55th minute, sebastian le to down the right side connor casey converts to
give them a one to nothing lead. zach mcmath pitches a is shut out. union's first shut out in three months. union win one to nothing. they will meet on saturday. finally houston astros tried to play a joke on mike trout because of his name but millville native turned the tables. astros mascot orbit goes fishing. he is, trout fishing, and he tries to hook the angels star. 's appreciates the joke and play on word but he is an outdoors man and snapped him by the ear. that opens up a good fight and mass cost is not mascot season so trout was forced to throw him back. so trout was forced to throw him back. brian and shirle
tom wolf. he'd be a different kind of governor. he served in the peace corps in india. and then got a phd from mit. and as
a businessman he gives between 20 and 30 percent of his profits back to his employees. when he served as pennsylvania's secretary of revenue. he turned down the perks. and donated his government salary to charity he refused take a state car, he drove his old jeep instead. can't argue with that. tom wolf. he'd bring a fresh start to pennsylvania.
grab a piece of the growing health care industry. a smart phone app gave a chance to become a hero in spokane, washington. store clerk called 911 when a baby stopped breathe nothing a store. spokane's fire department is connected to the pulse point app which notifies registered uses when people in their vicinity are in need of cpr. in this case mechanic jeff olson heard his phone alerting him to the baby's emergency. he ran down two blocks to that store, found baby nolan and administered cpr. because of that, that baby is alive and well
as you head out tomorrow morning sunny warm with a light breeze, 69 degrees at 6:00 o'clock. seventy-four at 8:00. slight humidity but in the bad but get ready for that heat by friday again. >> we're ready for it. thanks adam. thank you for joining us tonight for "action news" at ten modern family coming up next. ten modern family coming up next. >> for the entire "action
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