tv Eyewitness News Morning Weekend CBS June 24, 2012 8:00am-9:00am EDT
>> advocates speaking out after the send us keep verdict. coming up, reaction from penn state alumni. >> is the person inside the house? >> yes. >> plus, a parent's nightmare. a little boy with calls police as robbers walk through his house. what he did to save himself. and the wicked wild weather cuts a path through western maryland. the latest on the system and today's cleanup. a. and in our area we are beating the heat. we'll today offer a cooldown? meteorologist bernadette woods is here. and women's classic starts in
just a few minutes. the race actually as artie started. it's at the clock. we will take you live. eyewitness news sunday morning starts right now the spin that this is wjz tv, wjz hd, and wjz.com. baltimore. >> from the city to the counties to your neighborhood. now it's complete coverage. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >> good morning. welcome to eyewitness news this sunday. i'm gigi barnett. >> and i'm burned out what's in for tim williams. sometimes you are not functioning and that happens. i wear pink all little butter. it's a beautiful morning for the run. just a gorgeous day in today. sunshine and comfortable conditions printed take a look at some of the temperatures. it's still warm at 68 degrees
but we have really lost that humidity. way down into the 50s. they drop again this afternoon. 79 degrees. i really want start of the day. most of us in the baltimore metro area a little bit warmer. as far as today's forecast, we won like yesterday. not the high humidity like a couple days ago but close to 90 degrees this afternoon. tonight a cold front comes our way. that changes of our forecast a little bit more. that's coming up. >> here's what people are talking about this morning. a community searches for closure following the conviction of jerry sandusky. the penn state coach will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars for child sex abuse. then while gallegos has the story. >> reporter: jerry sandusky's conviction is a relief for the penn state community. >> i felt that he was guilty. i was glad to see that verdict and hope things can move on.
>> no one wins, but there is some closer that we can have now. >> sandusky is a center county correctional facility awaiting for sentencing. his wife was seen returning home saturday. earlier she spent about 10 minutes at the jail. there were cheers as the 68-year-old left the courthouse after his conviction on 45 criminal counts involving the sexual abuse of children. his defense attorney told the crowd it was a difficult case. >> essentially, the sentence that jerry will receive will be a life sentence. >> cajole him and all it told us the sandusky is like a naive kid himself and does not seem to fully understand the magnitude of what's happened. >> it's been explained to him. whether or not he grasps it is anyone's guess. >> this case is far from over. it could take years to play out in court with a official still facing criminal charges, pending civil
lawsuits, and ongoing investigations. >> penn state released a statement saying it will privately and fairly address the victims concerns and compensate them. a juror said the accusers were all credible and sandusky's lack of reaction to the verdict majors realize their decision was the right one. wjz eyewitness news. >> meanwhile, the case is shining some light on child molestation across the country. our complete coverage of the sandusky verdict continues right now. local reaction from penn state alumni and child abuse advocates. >> reporter: good morning. the details of this case or her rip it, but many hope this verdict encourages more victims of abuse to come forward. dozens of guilty verdicts may most likely signal the end for jerry sandusky, but his victims may have a longer road ahead of them. >> a guilty verdict doesn't fix the problem for the victim or society. it just puts one pedophile way.
>> as the executive director, adam rosenberg knows the effects of sexual abuse. >> it's good to see that justice can be served even decades later. it's very hard to prove these cases. >> rosenberg says the child abuse center this year is seeing a 36 percent increase in the number of cases. they are on track to feed -- to see a love and hunger more children. >> the attention is up. cases like sandusky bring this to light. >> the case also shows how hard here alike figures can fall. >> i think it's shocking because it's an important figurehead. whether it's a politician or coach. >> he no longer saw a representative of the college and hopes others can separate the two. >> whether it was someone i want it on tv in south baltimore or penn state, it's meaningless.
you are glad to see that justice was none and that the system worked. >> rosenberg said 90 percent of sexual abuse victims are abused by someone close to them. wjz eyewitness news. >> thank you. jerry sandusky is expected to be sentenced within the next 90 days. now to a developing story. a serious car accident sends other people to the hospital. it happened just after 3:00 a.m. on route 50 near davidson bill. a single car crash with five people with injuries. the wreck closed all at eastbound lanes on route 50 for hours. medics even airlifted three patients to local, hospitals and two more were taken to anne arundel medical center. no yet cause of the wreck. a baltimore county teen dies during a struggle with an off- duty police officer. mourners gathered for chris brown's funeral. the teen died from a 60-ish in
last week during a fight with an off-duty police officer. baltimore county police officer james laborde. that officer remains on leave this morning. no charges have been filed. a major cleanup effort underway where high winds leave a barn in pieces. check this out. 60 to 70-mile per hour winds, leveling the barn. more than 150 cows were inside that barn when it came crashing down. one person was inside but was able to get out safely. >> i feel very lucky, very lucky that i wasn't in the barn, first of all, because i might not be here. >> pieces of the bar and ended up 200 miles away. meanwhile, the long, hot weekend may have many looking to stay cool. that will be a lot easier now
that the city pools are open for business. the pools are more than just a way to cool off. >> reporter: baltimore mayor wasn't exactly dressed appropriately for the big splash, an event that officially starts the swim season of public pools. performing artists in a synchronized swim to kick off the fun. >> i would not be out there in my swimsuit under any conditions. thank you for sharing your talents with us. >> this year the big city park pools opened earlier than last year, and a walk to neighborhood pools will be open to week longer. all 26 public pools are critical elements in the baltimore strategy to make neighborhoods safer. >> i ask parents and guardians and facilitators to ensure that our children are taking advantage of the opportunities the city will provide. >> because for kids is just
good clean fun. wjz eyewitness news. >> admission to the pools are $1.50. walk to a pool also cost a dollar. turning to sports where the orioles prepare for a pivotal game against the nationals. the team is hoping for a better ending than last nights game. the nationals struck early jump into a three-run lead. the orioles tried to amount to a come back but couldn't get it done. washington was this 13-1. the series is now tied 1-1. and the orioles wrap up their series with a rival nationals. this afternoon. see them at 1:30 live. >> i said a few times but i love that they went to that old cartoon bird. he is so cute. >> you didn't like the new one click. >> i didn't like that last one so much. >> why not? the. >> like it is too modern.
this one makes you smile. i'm glad we are back. and it's bringing some winning. and a beautiful day. >> a beautiful day to go to that game. it will be hot. if you have seats in the sun, you want to stay cool. bring sunscreen, because that sun angle is so high this time of year you can get burnt easily. this is what we are dealing with outside. a gorgeous morning. there is what happens later today. yes, that's the ballpark. i got confused for a moment. let's switch it over and show you this graphic. a cold front moves through. tonight into tomorrow. that's good to bring cooler air behind it. this error on top of us is still pretty warm, just not quite as monday as the air during the middle of the week. we do expect a couple showers and thunderstorms but more so tonight into tomorrow. this morning we don't have those issues at all. 2 points lower than they were
yesterday. 74 degrees. 60s to the north and west that 70s to the south. not much of the wind. that will shift as we head through the day. wanted to show you this big picture. we've been tracking a lot of warmth. that's leaving us but it's starting to build, once again,. that will return later in the forecast. a cooldown coming before we get to that. another thing we need to talk about, right here is tropical storm debby. this is a cold front that's going to be coming our way. you can see showers and thunderstorms with it. when it clears, it brings really cool and refreshing air. as soon as that starts to leave us, the heat will be returning. back to debby. this is a really interesting one for us in the world of meteorology because there's still a lot of questions. you see it's still a very large column but it takes it to the west. it does strengthen to a
hurricane which for all concerned along the gulf is not good news. i thought we would talking about, that still has the chance to pick up this storm and turned it to the east and bring it to florida instead of texas. obviously, all at interests in florida could face a hurricane. everyone needs to pay close attention. you can see they are all over the place. if.com strong enough and fast enough, it will turn the storm to the east and not take it to the west. for us at home, we don't have those concerns. we see advisories go into effect tonight as those winds start to pick up with that approach in front. today a beautiful one. 89 degrees for the hide. tonight we will start to drop into the 60s. a chance for a couple showers are under stones as that approach. scattered showers and thunderstorms are a possibility. look at the swinging temperatures. only 84 the high on tuesday,
so it's a cooler day. as we head through the week, that he is going to return once again. right back up into the '90s by the end of this forecast and the humidity will be starting to build once again. enjoy the break while we have it. >> still ahead on eyewitness news sunday morning, violence in theory a period of what officials are saying about growing tensions between that country and one of its neighbors. >> is the person inside the house? >> yes. >> scared and alone. a little boy calls for help as men break into his home. what he did to save himself. >> and more than 3700 women running for a great cause. it's the baltimore women's classic. we will tell you all about it and who you would meet. that's after the break. >> a big race in baltimore, but first here are yesterday's winning lottery numbers. good luck. we are back in a moment. ,,,,,,,
morning. if you are lucky enough to be in ocean city, take a look at this forecast here. we are looking at a gorgeous afternoon. high of 77 degrees with the influence of the water. it is creeping up. it's getting a little better. for the rest of us we are back in the city. it's a bit warmer. 90 degrees. a cold front coming through tonight and tomorrow. a couple chances for showers and thunderstorms. it cools us down temporarily. take a look at what happens. we are back in the '90s. 95 degrees on friday. >> thank you. now back to some of the other top headlines. activists say more than two dozen people are dead following a new round of showing in syria. medical workers say several civilians were caught in the crossfire as troops attacked opposition forces. this comes amid growing pressure between serious and turkey. earlier this week troops shot
down a turkish aircraft. that nation is promising to punish and is calling for an address of the matter. a young florida boy makes a brave call as three people break into his house. the 11-year-old says he was watching tv when he saw someone throw a hammer through his window. his father left a few minutes before. the boy quickly picked up the phone and ran into is called -- ran into his closet and called his dad and then dialed 911. >> i spoke to the operator. >> wide? >> so i wouldn't get caught. >> the boy stayed in his hiding place until police arrived. police eventually caught up to the burglars making sure they got everything they stole from the family. and a case that has stunned some neighbors. a woman suing a little league player for inadvertently hitting her with a baseball. >> i think that's nonsense. >> police say the ban all of the numeral was practicing on the
field when he struck a woman on a nearby bench. the child apologize and the woman's issue is fine. two years later that woman has filed a lawsuit against the boy saying that ball cause lingering and permanent damage. his family was stunned. >> i want little league to step up and defend my son. i was estimating between 20 and 40,000. that's the estimation for legal fees for us. >> that woman in addition to those feeds is seeking a half-million dollars in damage. ladies, break out the running shoes. the annual baltimore women's 5 k is already underway. >> there's a lot going on in the city. this is one of those that stands out. the race is already going on this morning and we have some special guests. good morning. >> good morning, guys. this is definitely one that stands out. i've been here six or seven years. it's inspiring to see so many
women running into the sea. more than 3700 women registered this year. it actually benefits the ecological services across the state of maryland. there are some very interesting guests that are all inspiring as well. kathrine switzer, the first woman to finish the boston marathon. >> i'm so glad to be here. who could imagine the race director tried to throw me out of the race. it was inspiring to start women's running around the world. one of those inspired is the second oldest race in the united states. what a great weekend we are celebrating also. not only with the baltimore women's classic 40th anniversary event that changed the landscape for women. >> very good. we have common amatucci here. you were the director of the race.
you were the one who got catherine as well. >> she surprised us. she had a busy day and it came free and she was kind enough to join us. >> you are going to raise a whole lot of money today. >> probably upwards of $125,000 this year. >> and the money goes to when and? >> we've worked with 13 hospitals to provide direct support. travel, meals, housecleaning. we don't have enough money to peter, but we are helping. >> it's absolutely a great cause. there are some ladies out here to help as well. mayor out here to get everyone started in our very own jessica cartel yet is the emcee of the event. things are going on until about 10:30. come on down and enjoy the festivities. >> maybe not enough for a tear today but who knows about tomorrow. thank you. >> the first woman to run the boston marathon. very cool.
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with what's happening to the south with david. it may factor into the forecast later on so that's something we will keep you updated on. >> bear sightings may have recently peaked, increasing the chances of bear and human contact. there are some ways to make sure that there is and people don't cross paths. >> reporter: over the past half-century, a growing black bear population has forced some young males out. >> this was him leaving. going back into the woods. >> it will travel 20 or more miles per day and travel for over 100 miles in order to find his own territory. >> bears have wandered as far as neighborhoods in queens and connie on the eastern shore. >> he was up on two legs. he was reaching up into some fairies in a tree. >> eventually that bear left for wilder regions. >> 99 percent of the time it's passing through.
>> biologist thinks it has strayed too pennsylvania. >> it looked very thin. >> to limit contact, limit food sources, keep garbage cans off inside a garage or shed, remove bird feeders, and keep bbq grills clean. >> waking up in the morning and seeing my bird feeder destroyed. he got to my trash cans. >> in rare cases like this bear tranquilize near the beltway, sometimes they get too close. >> one of the worst-case scenarios is it is hit by an automobile and then you haven't injured they are in cross -- in close proximity. >> for this bear it ended up with a ride back into the mountains. in nearly every other case, they find their own way. >> even with the introduction of hunting during the past decade, biologists say growing bear populations and the shrinking habitat will be more bears
passing through. much more to come on eyewitness news sunday morning. >> good morning, everyone. advocates for sexual abuse victims speak out. coming up, we will also have reaction from penn state alumni. >> saying goodbye after a senseless murder. loved ones gather to say farewell to a local college student. plus, standing up for a bully. the bus monitor. what a new york community is doing ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
>> complete coverage continues with two gbyte at a meteorologist tim williams. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >> welcome back to this news sunday morning. it is 8:30. i'm gigi barnett. >> and i am bernadette woods. it's a beautiful one. get outside and enjoy it before the heat kicks up this afternoon. it's warm but comfortable. look at temperatures in the 70s for most of us. 74 degrees in baltimore, 79 bc. we will take you in closer and show you it just hit 70 degrees in westminster, 60 degrees in l.a. today the difference is we see more clouds mixing in because a cold front comes our way. chance for a few showers and a
thunderstorm with that tonight through tomorrow. ups and downs coming with temperatures. tropical storm debby has formed. good chance this could become a hurricane and affect the united states. a lot more coming up. >> thank you. here's what people are talking about. a community searches for closure following the conviction of jerry sandusky. the former penn state coach will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars for child sex abuse. but for penn state the trouble could go on. >> reporter: jerry sandusky's condition is a relief for the penn state university community. >> i felt the view was guilty and i was glad to see that verdict. i hope things can move on. >> no one wins, but there is some closure that we can have now. >> sandusky is a -- is awaiting sentencing. his wife was seen returning home saturday.
there were cheers as the 68-year-old left the courthouse after his conviction on 45 criminal counts, involving the sexual abuse of children. his defense attorney told a crowd it was a difficult case. >> eventually, the sentence will be a life sentence just due to the degree of it. >> joe and i do was hold us sandusky is like a naive kid himself and does not seem to fully understand the magnitude of what has happened. >> it's been explained to him. >> this case is far from over. it could take years to play out in court with penn state officials still facing criminal charges, pending little sausage -- pending level lawsuits. >> penn state released a statement saying it will privately and fairly address the victims concerns and compensate them. a juror said the accusers were all credible and sandusky's lack of reaction to the verdict made jurors realize their decision was the right one.
wjz eyewitness news. >> and while the case is shining light on child molestation across the country and even here in maryland, are complete coverage continues with monique greer go and local reaction from penn state alumni and child abuse advocates. >> reporter: while the details of this case are heretic, many hope this verdict encourages more victims of abuse to come forward. >> dozens of guilty verdicts may most likely signal the end for jerry sandusky, but his victims may have a longer road ahead of them. >> it doesn't fix the problem for victims or society. >> as the executive director of the child abuse center, adam rosenberg knows the devastating effects of sexual abuse. >> it's good to see that justice can be served. it's also satisfying that people believe children. it's very hard to prove these cases. >> the child abuse center this year
is seeing a 36 percent increase in the number of cases. they are already on track to see more than 1100 children. >> it's not because abuse is up nationally, it's because the attention is up. cases like sandusky bring this to life. >> the cases show how hard he wrote like figures can fall. >> i think it was mostly shocking because it's someone that's an important figurehead. >> as penn state alumni want him to leave, they no longer see a representative of the college but hope others can also separate the two. >> whether it was someone watching on tv in south baltimore or someone who is an assistant coach, it's meaningless. you are glad to see that justice was done and that the system worked. >> rosenberg says 90 percent of sexual abuse victims are abused by someone close to them. wjz eyewitness news. >> jerry sandusky is expected to be sentenced within the next 90
days. now to a developing story from overnight. a serious car accident sends several people to the hospital. it happened just after three pop a.m. on route 50 near davidson bill. investigators say a single car crash left five people with some serious injuries. the wreck closed all eastbound lanes of route 54 hours. medics even airlifted three patients to local trauma hospitals and two more were taken to anne arundel medical center. no word yet on their condition or what caused the accident. some closure today for the family of a baltimore county teenager who died during the struggle within an off-duty police officer. loved ones gathered yesterday for a funeral for chris brown. the teen died from a succession last week during an altercation with off-duty baltimore county officer james laborde. that officer is on administrative leave this morning. brown's family says they want his memory to live on. >> chris brown's mom wants
everyone to know that this is just the beginning of the rest of his life because he leaves a legacy to the youth. he wants them to understand that your life can be wasted and squandered. >> no charges have been filed against the officer at this time. it was a sad farewell for a man killed in a cannibal attack yesterday. now both of our county congregation gathered to remember the morgan state student who was killed far away from our home. >> reporter: members of the amish and gospel church sitting in remembrance of the 37-year-old. the congregation is still saddened and shocked over the gruesome murder that killed their friend and brother. >> the bible says everything happens for a reason. >> detectives say late last month the former morgan state student disappeared shortly after going
for a job. days later police found parts of his body in a harvard county home. investigators soon arrested 21-year-old alexander kumar, one of his roommates. they say he admitted to mutilating the victim and then eating parts of his heart and brain. >> why her that that he was missing and that he had died, i didn't get every report about what really happened to him. i just googled. >> his uncle and the native takes his body back to their home country. this memorial service is also a fundraiser to pay for an expensive burial of thousands of miles away. >> his body will be shipped back next month. the family has set up a fund to pay for burial costs. if you'd like to help, log onto wjz.com. a raging wildfire forcing
more evacuations this morning. the hyde park fire has already destroyed almost 200 homes and burned about 68,000 acres. gusting winds yesterday also caused spot fires to flare prompting the new evacuation. firefighters say the blaze is about 45 percent contained but it could take months before it's fully under control. >> after two weeks of the affair being established and they are still trying to come alive, the resistance to control and the persistence of this fire is pretty unusual. >> and the fire was sparked by lightning earlier this month. a new york community is coming together to support a bully boss monitor. this video of caring client being verbally assaulted and teased by 3 boys on a school bus went viral on the internet. supporters held a rally this weekend to bring attention to the incident. the 68-year-old grandmother who
was also hard of hearing so she will not press charges against the bullies but she hopes that others will learn something from this. >> i should've gone up to the front of the bus, gotten away from them. >> and online donations for client have surpassed $600,000. people are hoping that she will use the money for a long vacation and for retirement. and baltimore's outgoing police commissioner shedding light on how he plans to relax after he retires. he plans to hike the application sure ill in an interview with the daily record. he says the hike will help him bear he some of the madness that he's endured fighting urban crime in baltimore. he was baltimore's top cop for the last five years. he will officially retire august 1st. >> he's going to be missed. he did a great job. >> and that's a pretty cool thing to do. >> but that's not retirement, is it collects you want to go lay on
the beach. >> i'm with him. i'm one of those who cannot sit still. >> unfortunately, i know how. >> weatherwise, it's a beautiful day. a lot of sunshine out there. very comfortable conditions this morning. we got some ups and downs code to -- downs coming. this will bring a swing in the temperatures. this morning 74 degrees in both more with 70s down to the south. out of the west, still in 60s. 2 points down about 10 degrees since yesterday. feels a little more refreshing outside. a little bit of a breeze and a little pick up this afternoon. no major swings immediately for us but out of the west is another round of heat getting underway and it's coming our way. a few things first.
a close-up coming through. that comes through tonight through tomorrow. something else, down here in the tropics is tropical storm debby. it's pretty far away from us but there's a lot of questions with this storm. as we put it in motion, it slowly drifting to the north and northwest. the official forecast takes it off to the west and increases it to a hurricane before making landfall in the united states somewhere. the reason i say somewhere is because there's a lot of questions on where this storm is going. even though this is the official forecast, look at the forecast models. they still take it to the north and east. the reason for that, the front we were just talking about coming our way. it comes strong enough and fast enough and picks up a storm and turns it to the east. instead of affecting texas and western parts of the gulf, this thing is going toward florida. that's why there's still a lot of concerns. some of the moisture may move off to the north. that's why we say there are a
lot of questions going on with the store and edit could factor into our forecast. for us but one thing we know is today is pretty nice. clouds mixing later today. chancellor for showers and thunderstorms. that front goes out of here. we called on tuesday and wednesday, and after that is when we see some major questions around here. small craft a visor is in effect starting tonight. today close to 90 degrees. we've got a warm one. chance for a few showers or thunderstorms starting tonight into the day tomorrow with a front coming through. after that we cool it down very nicely for the middle part of the week. however, it's just a break because the heat will return as we head toward the second half of the week. again, a lot of this forecast is going to depend on what happens off to the south. even though we are not talking about debbie coming here, it can really mess up the pattern going on. so a front that may be coming our way could get stalled or move
faster or stop the entire weather pattern. a lot of this is dependent on what happens with debbie. we will keep you updated. >> we will be affected. >> yes. >> still to come, get out of the kitchen. it's perfect grilling weather. before the guests arrive, you need to know a few things. we have home depot experts in the studio. >> and more than 3700 women are in the process of finishing the baltimore women's classic. it's a race for a great cause with with some great people here. ,,,,,,,, [ male announcer ] are you paying more
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baltimore women's classic. it's a race for a great cause. it's all women raising money for women for gynecological services across the state. we actually have one of the racers that we got to give up her time to talk to us this morning. good morning. >> hello. >> so tell us. you said you don't do that many races. why did you choose to do this one? in it because this supports women's health. i wanted to participate. >> how does it make you feel to see so many people here for such a great cause? >> echoes great. it was great also to see the men around supporting us and the police officers and everyone here to support us. >> did you see kathrine switzer, she was the first woman to finish the boston marathon? >> unfortunately, no. i got to see ms. rawlings, the mayor, so that was great for me. unfortunately, i didn't get to see
her. >> a lot of absolutely inspiring women doing a great thing. they expect to raise more than $100,000 today for women. jessica cartel you is out here in addition to the mayor and kathrine switzer and they are all participating in the event. it's not too late to come down and join in the festivities. >> we pulled up a picture of her being kicked out of the boston marathon. she just kept running. as for a lot of women, that's what they keep doing. keep running. >> we were very lucky to have her here in baltimore. she actually lived in new zealand for half of the year because she's a big runner. she was here for an event in dc. we were very lucky. i feel honored to have met her. >> this is just really cool. she is not taking it. she is going to keep on going.
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grills to come home. for someone afraid of it -- the. >> don't be afraid. is it gas or charcoal? >> charcoal. >> charcoal is affordable and easy. the most important thing to know is that you get it going and what it come to temperature. don't just go light up -- a. >> don't bring it back down. >> great. >> if you have a gas grill, you may want to get some flavor with mesquite or apple. >> what exactly do you do? >> it will get a smoky flavor. you could do corn on here. you can do everything from the main course to desert on your grill. >> really quickly, what to do when the guests leave? >> clean it every time.
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