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telling people you have to look for a gmc arcadia. the mother of a rookie police officer made the spot a couple mile was from here. it led to the arrest pretty much here at this spot. >>. >> family and friends say he's going to be okay after shooting coworkers in maryland. he drove north to the used car lot and shot jason multiple times. >> right now we feel an ease because we heard he's doing well and thank god for it. >> we're learning more about the time period leaving up to the arrestç wednesday night. >> it was kind of scary. >> reporter: after ditching his car, he hiked over to an acquaintan acquaintance's home. when he didn't get help, he kept walking. they were shocked to hear he was this close to them. >> my wife had just left to get in the car to go to the grocery
store. >> the short-term later agents chased prince down and got him in cuffs. >> reporter: we did some digging on the paperwork. prince has been arrest ed a lot of times. he's been convicted quite a few times and also gotten off the hook on a few technicalities as well. >> what's next? the shooter is still in wilmington. prosecutors in maryland are going to get him across state lines. at a hearing this morning, the judge set bail at $2.1 million. next comes the decision to prosecute him in delaware first or send him to maryland where he's charged with more serious crimes killing three coworkers and critically hurting two others. a criminal defense attorney said since this is a high profile case prosecutors may want to speed up the process and make a decision as soon as next week. >> probably they say maryland
you have the more serious charges. you take them. we'll see what's leftover if we want anything when you're done with them. >> the attorney general's office has not yet set a time line on that. this afternoon we're hearing from the family of the victims prince allegedly gun. ed down at that office park in maryland. part of the story coming up new at 4:30. we have breaking news out of washington. one of the most powerful men in the world was choking back tears just minutes ago in the white house press room. >> general john kelly the president's chief of staff faced reporters to defend the words president trump used while consoling the widow of a fallen soldier. lauren mayk is live in the breaking news center. they were talking about one of the four soldiers killed. >> this got attention because a congresswoman who heard the call criticized president trump saying the president told the widow, quote, he must have known what he signed up for. today general kelly revealed
what led up to the call. the president asked him to to cay save and he told him a story about what someone said to him after his own son died while serving in afghanistan. >> let e me tell you what my best friend joe dunphy told me. he said, kel, he was doing exactly what he wanted to do when he was killed. he knew what he was getting into by joining that 1%. he knew what the possibilities were. because we're at war. when he died, and the four cases we're talking about, when he died, he was surrounded by the best men on this earth. his çfriends. that's what the president tried to say to a poor family the other day.
i was stunned when i came to work yesterday morning brokenhearted at what i saw a member of congress doing. a member of congress who listened in on a phone call from the president of the united states to a young wife. in his way tried to express that opinion that he's a brave man, a fallen hero. he knew what he was getting himself into because he enlisted. >> general kelly also said president trump bravely made those phone calls. kelly said president obama did not call the kelly family after his son's death, but he emphasized that that was not a criticism of president obama. live in the breaking news center, lauren mayk, nbc 10 news. >> turning to our weather, a warm-up back on the weather roller coaster. these people taking advantage of the warm-up with a visit to the
fountain in logans circle. >> i like this part. it's nice out there. here's a look at the art museum. the sun is out. a nice day to climb the steps. >> there are certain points i don't like the roller coaster. but we're on the up and up right now. e we can't complain about the weather. >> chief meteorologist tammie souza is here now to give us the most accurate forecast and how long we're going to be on this part of the ride. >> i don't want to hearç any complaining until tuesday. until then, zip it. it's going to be pleasant and a gift from mother nature. look at the winds out of the southwest. the blue skies out there. it z it really this late in october? mount holly, 70 degrees. the winds are calm. look at this low humidity. 39%. we have very dry conditions out there. that's what we're going to see right on through the weekend. tonight it's going to be clear and mild. if you're out and about, you'll
feed noo a light jacket. these are going to be the morning lows. we're going to be well into the mid-and upper 50s. all the way up until midnight. 49 will be what you wake up to in allentown. 54 in philadelphia. 52 in vineland. 56 in stone harbor. and 52 in atlantic city. all in all, not too bad. we have this huge ridge of high pressure to thank for all of this. the warm weather will continue filtering in. by anything that's a good thing, it comes to an end. we'll discuss winds, rain and cooler temperatures return when i'm back with your ten-day on 10. >> we'll see you soon. >> president trump gave his administration a 10 for the response to the hurricane devastation. this as much of the island is still without water and electricity weeks after the storm. erin coleman is live in our breaking news center with more on what the president had to say about all this. >> puerto rico's governor joined the president at the white house
agreeing with mr. trump that he moved immediately. but repeatedly mentioning there's a lot left to do. he praised his and the ç government's efforts during the meeting today. the president acknowledging the island lbl production will have to be completely rebuilt. puerto rico is still struggling. 80% of residents without power. 20% without access to fresh water. and at one point, the president turned directly to governor ricardo and asked whether the government did a great job. >>. >> they are investigating claims of mismanagement.
brian mendoza of our sister station is in washington right now for the governor's meeting. it's coming up at 5:00. we're live in the breaking news center, nbc 10 news. >> assistance services center opinion it's open from 9:00 to 3:00. >> a woman and a firefighter were injured after a fire broke out in a west philadelphia home. it started overnight. the houseç is a total wash. verlgts are still looking to figure out how the fire u started. a 71-year-old woman from montgomery county was killed in
a fiery crash in connecticut yesterday. iris cooper was in a car with another woman from connecticut. they were behind a tractor-trailer stopped in traffic when they were rear e ended by a dump truck. the car slammed into the back of the trailer and burst into flames. we're going to show you a live look inside the kickoff event in newark. from 2009 to 2013. he's currently leading in the polls against new jersey's republican lieutenant governor. last night the candidates faced off in their final debate ahead of election day coming up on november 7th. in philadelphia the candidates vying to be the next district attorney will take the stage tonight at lasalle university. the race between democrat larry
krazer in is considered one of the most high profile in the state. for the campaign promises. >> in philadelphia councilmançt large filed a formal right to know request today in the wake of a mold outbreak that forced kelly elementary to close for a week. the councilman and local advocates. it contains a legislative tool called reconciliation. that can allow republicans to pass tax cuts without any democratic votes. it will add up to $1.5 trillion
over the next decade. the house passed its version of the bill last wooek. weinstein was awarded a fellowship in 2002 for his contribution to cinema. in recent weeks, dozens of women have accused him of sexual assault and harassment. weinstein has been fired by the company he founded and expelled from hollywood's movie academy. olympic teammates are voicing support after the gold medalist announced she had been sexually molested for years by a team doctor. she was a member of the fierce five group that competed in the 2012 olympics in london. after the news broke, her teammate tweeted, so sad and heartbreak that this happened to you. i'm here for you and i support you. the sentiment and tweeted this picture with a heart e çemoji. >> a a mix up caused confusion.
a glitch welcomed people who were logging in from pittsburgh to the city of brotherly love. facebook says it was a problem on the site's location services and it has already been fix ed. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with a dead deer found hanging at a high school football stadium just days before a rivalry game. today police are investigating. the central bucks west and east are set to square off on the gridiron saturday afternoon. >> cydney long is live in doylestown. what's the school saying about this deer that was discovered? >> the school, students, parents and police are definitely not pleased about this prank. police are not laugh iing. they were called to the war e memorial field this morning as the classes were getting underway. the official mascot of central bucks west is a buck. they square off against the patriots on saturday. it's a long standing rivalry. central bucks school district higher ups are saying they will
not tolerate this type of behavior or vandalism. if anyone knows behind the deer hanging to contact police. students say the principal here took to the intercom to remind the student body about the code of conduct and striving for high morals. >> i just think it's the rivalry. i think they took it too far.ç police plan to step up their security here at central bucks west and central bucks east high
school. both tonight and tomorrow night ahead of that big rivalry. the game will take place right here on saturday. live in doilstown, cydney long, nbc 10 news. 20 minutes of nonstop news continues with dead line day for several cities in our area to submit their bids for the second headquarters. >> these cities tr try ing ing show amazon why they are the prime location. they laid out a a list insisting that any location be metropolitan. it should also have access to mass transit and international airports and major highways. as well as fiberoptic internet connections and a coverage map showing strong cell service. >> aundrea cline-thomas is joining us here in the studio with more on this final push for the prize. >> cities are pulling out all the stops from hash tags to videos to billion dollar tax breaks. amazon has been a full-court
press. philadelphia rolled out the red carpet. the project called philly delivers involves creative videos like this one. >> it's vibrant and comfortable at the same time.ç >> i just left the school this morning. and looked at all those young kids. they will have an opportunity to step into the amazon space at the right resources and the right time and effort that's given to them. >> the boyd company believes philadelphia is in the top ten cities amazon will consider. but more than 100 are bidding for the hq 2 and offering billions of dollars in tax cuts.
>> pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware all have cities submitting bids. and it would be a win for the entire region. >> i would love it to land in philly. we'll cooperate and help them. we'll benefit from it in the long run. >> amazon won't make a final decision until next year at 6:00 we'll look at what some cities are offering. also at the impact it could have on residents. aundrea cline-thomas, nbc 10 news. >> they are courting amazon, but the governor is throwing support behind one city.ç a north jersey city over south jersey. they don't have a problem with the governor.
>> i have no qualms with the governor. >> you can tap the nbc 10 app to take a closer look at the pitches for the cities in our three states. >> we may not be ready for the snow, but penndot is making sure we will be this winter with new tools. a new color-coded map found on the app. the street has been plowed, we posted a link to the app. >> we're grateful for the weather we have today. >> amazon, are you listening. we cooked up spectacular
weather. if they saw this at the beach, don't you think they would be clambering to get here. this is cape may. spectacular. there were people running on the beach. you can see them there. i'm going to run in the water. the water is not too cold. this is in the 60s. the air temperature generally is right around 70 degrees. and right now we're looking at 71 in philadelphia. it's exactly where the rest of us should be. 71 in wilmington, and vineland at 71 degrees. the next six hours, where are we going, we're going to be clear. it should warm us up. 60 degrees by 10:00 tonight. and then after that, we'll tumble into the 50s overnight. then where do we go? it keeps get. ing better and better. tuesday, the day we're expecting to rain isn't half bad at 70 degrees.
looking at the low to mid-70s. maybe even upper 70s by the time we hit sunday and monday. so this is truly a gift and like all good gift, it's going to go away at some point. we have nothing on the doppler radar. we have the dome of high pressure. plenty of warm air is being pulled into. the region up out of the gulf. it's wonderful conditions. turn our winds to the north to northwest by tomorrow night. only knocked us down a couple degrees. we're still going to be warm. you'll wake up tomorrow in the low 50s across much of the krar. out along the beaches, maybe even 60s. and then we're going to make it into the 70s. i think the model is a little shy. we'll make it to 73 tomorrow before the winds turn to the northwest. that's just buzz of a front passing by. it comes through quietly. no rain with this front. we get into saturday, we're looking at the mid-70s and on sunday we're looking at the upper 70s. so tomorrow in fairmont, 73 degrees. enjoy.
we're look iing at swanksville 73. you'll be at 74. 72 in long port. 73 in dover. spectacular time of year to put out all the halloween decorations. do some of the yard work. pick your pumpkins. 77 on sunday. monday is important because that's the eagles football game. we're going to expect it it's a possibility of rain later at night. after the game and then on tuesday and wednesday, we get into next saturday and we could be looking at some very chilly weather. a popular boardwalk is undergoing renovations. the last of a five-part project. how much is it costing? nbc 10 bureau reporter breaking down the budget. also big honor for a philly
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>> right now at 4:00, an annual and pretty messy tradition kicked off the celebrations in one town. >> this is in the town of plainfield, illinois. hundreds of kids and their parents watch ed a 1400-pound pumpkin drop in the middle of a parking lot. after the drop, kids raced outb of the parking lot to pick up all those pieces of the pumpkin. they get so excited. >> then what do you do with them? you make some pies. >> that would work. parents pull iing a few tris on their kids after hall wooen is over. >> what parents say they are really doing with their children's halloween candy. fabulous fall weather is ahead. what are you going to do with your weekend. i'll break it down for you weather wise after the break. plus a job he loved where he lost his life. what the family is saying a about the attack that took their loved one.
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when you're a double-dipping pension-padder like steve sweeney, it's important to maintain a certain... lifestyle. that's why sweeney spent over a hundred grand of his campaign funds on high-priced meals and other gifts. we're talking fine cigars, fancy watches, pricey restaurants, and expensive wines - all to charm the type of folks who helped him raise your taxes 145 times. too many in south jersey
sglrvelgs sky force 10 is live over the section of philadelphia. several septa lines are shut down right now after police say someone was hit by a train. you're looking at a live picture over that scene. the doylestown line and west trenton are all shut down because of the person hit by the train. we'll kpoo keep you updated as the situation changes. nbc 10 is hearing from the family members of the victims killed when police say a gunman with delaware ties opened fire at an office park. today we're hearing from the family of those victims. rosemary connors has that part of our coverage. >> he was the best dad and the
best husband. the most humble person. >> while the suspect accused of killing and injuring five coworkers in maryland is behind bars, the families are trying to make sense of the shooting spree that ended in delaware. they are remembering loved onesç so much he didn't mind the two-hour commute to work. >> he wanted to move here and live here and the dream came true. >> at the site of the shooting, family members gathered his car and belongings today. >> he was a very humble guy. he was just from home to work. >> advanced granite solutions, the company where the victims worked won't comment on the investigation and past criminal history of suspect prince but family members claim managers receive complaints about he
started the four months ago. >> he would come home and mention that he had a rough day at work with this person. they told the owner of the company that this guy was in trouble. >> in the wake of the multistate manhunt and the families were trying to come to terms with what happened. >> our heart is broken. we have lost one of our men here. it's unbelievable. >> he's in a better place. he's with god right now in heaven. we are at peace. we are. >> rosemary connors, nbc 10 news. >> we have much more coverage on this developing story today. brandon hudson asked officials why the accused shooter was out of jail with a gun even though he had been arrested more than 60 times. happening right now, former president obama is back on the
campaign trail. he's in north jersey right now. there's a live look stumping for phil murphy. this is inside the canvas kickoff event in newark. as you may recall, this is mr. obama's first time stepping back in the political spotlight since leaving the white house. murphy was his ambassador to germany to 2013. he faces a republican opponent in the november election. some of the other stories we're following county by county at 4:00, we start in burlington county. police are looking for this woman who they believe used a child to steal a cell phone. it happened earlier this month. police say the woman stood watch as the boy unplugged a gold apple iphone on display. then put it in his pocket. a new trail is open along route 291. the trail spans about 3500 feet
to the dar vae creek bridge. it features upgrades including lighting and other public amenities. one of the hottest zip codes for young home buyers is chester county. it's among the top 50 markets in the country. it was the only area in pennsylvania to make that list. the list is based on affordability, the number of me len y'alls in the area, the job market and high salaries. young buyers seem to be snatching up homes almost as soon as they become available. >>the homes there are moving really quickly. they are selling in 40 days. that's much higher than we see in the county and metro area and in the u.s. >> realtor.com also says based on numbers, homes are being viewed online more than twice the number of times than any other place in the philadelphia metro. right now philadelphia flyers founder and former
chairman is being e mortalized outside the arena he helped build. >> lelgts take a live look. ceremony underway to unveil a statue of snider. the bronze statue commemorates the late snider who died last year at the age of 83. as you see right there, the unveiling has yet to happen. mr. snider brought professional hockey to south philadelphia 51 years ago. that's when he founded the fliers. he also owned the sixers and part of the eagles at one point. nbc sports philadelphia will have much more from the ceremony. that's coming up live on nbc 10 news at 5:00. to this now. more than just a common cold or flu. >> the serious medical condition parents need to look out for in their children. also rescue d from a nationwide human trafficking sting leads to an arrest in the delaware valley. how many alleged traffickers were busted.
brown fought for what's right by taking on trenton special interests and standing up to chris christie's takeover of atlantic city. he fought to protect jobs in our region and to defeat the north jersey casinos. and now brown is working to keep atlantic county affordable for families and retirees. let's keep chris brown fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
you're danny? i'm steve. joseph, i'm steve. how are you? nice to meet you sir. no different from everyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. steve called fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. lauren's the spark that started the fire. the goal is keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment.
as it gets colder, parents starlet thinking about their kids getting a cold or the flu. there's another contagious and common virus all infants get by the age as 2. it can be dangerous it's called rsv. >> it's the leading cause o hospitalization for children under 1 year of age. >> so here are the symptoms to look out for. fever of 100.4 or more, wheezing cough and a child really sleepy. doctors say you should clean countertops and doorknobs to protect against it. it turns out young women may be addicted to indoor tanning. a new study found 1 in 5 women who had tanned over the past year developed a dependence. women with symptoms of depression were three times more likely to have a tan ining addiction. it is a dangerous practice. about 10% of mel knownoknow ma
linked to indoor tanning. and we're going to have some fabulous fall weather headed our way for the weekend. it does come to an end. it's going to be a sharp contrast. i'll tell you when the cold air returns. part of a jersey shore landmark torn apart to get a major makeover. >> it really needed it. there's some bad spots down there. >> the cost of this boardwalk reconstruction and how long it will be closed. free facilities, the proposal to make public showers and restrooms accessible for everyone in philly. that's at 5:00.
toy box, you need to replace them. the toys are being recalled because of a choking hazard. there's been half a dozen reports of the handle detaching from the toy. if you have any of these, contact the companyç kids pref ed for a replacement. almost time to go trick or treating and research shows how parents handle the candy. the "today" show surveyed 1300 parents. here's what they fournd. 27% let their kids eat all that candy. 40% ration it out. another 27% give a little bit and hide the rest. 4% trade for a gift. 2% take it all. all of it. can't have any of it. where's my candy? >> can you imagine? they keep a lot to themselves. >> that's not fair. >> it's not. but if you don't ration it out, imagine the sugar high. >> that would be trouble. >> this weekend kids can get free eye exams.
>> it's part of the give kids sight day. families who don't have insurance can bring their children 17 years and under to the hospital on saturday. there are no appointments. it's first come first served. registration is at 7:30 at thomas jefferson medical college. that's at 10th and lo cust. the event runs until 1:00 p.m. 1200 children are expected to be look ed at in the four-hour window. nbc 10 is your official station of the philadelphia eagles. the birds are preparing for a monday night mash up next week against redskins. kickoff is at 8:30 and nbc 10 will have live team coverage. check this out. this supersized pumpkin would make a lot ofç pies. the 1400-pound pumpkin is is the largest ever grown in idaho. this giant gourd will be going
out in style. it's going to be dropped at an annual pumpkin smash event. more pumpkin pie for everyone. >> i like that. that's awesome. i love this time of year. pumpkin everything. we were discussing it. this is the time to get it. this is the weekend to get out and enjoy the fall leaves, clean up the yard, put out the halloween decorations. the only cold spot is dropping down toward san francisco. that's because there's a cold front coming through with rain and may make a tiny dent in all of that in northern california. look at this. 82 in rapid city. st. louis at 78. pittsburgh at 68. we are in the 70s in philadelphia. those are all temperatures that are well above normal. 71 in philadelphia. 70 in atlantic city.
it will be clear and mild. we'll be looking for 49 in allentown. 54 in philadelphia. if you're in trenton, 52 degrees. and down in stone harbor, out there along the coastline, 56 degrees. so a very comfortable night with light winds. your weekend ahead, it looks so good. tomorrow we have low 70s across the area. maybe pushing 75 in delaware. plenty of sunshine.ç saturday may a few clouds. 75 in south jersey. look at sunday. even warmer. we're pushing upper 70s even out along jersey shore. we'll be in the low 70s. this is really going to be a beautiful, beautiful fall weekend. nothing showing up on the radar. we have high pressure in control. this dome of high pressure is just pulling all the warm air in. up and around it. the clock wise fashion right into our area. in fact, there's a storm system to the north. all it can do is maybe bring a few thin clouds through late tomorrow and turn our winds to
the north. tomorrow morning you'll wake up and generally going to be in the low to mid-50s across the area. the winds will start to turn west. by the end of the day, they will be more out of the northwest. we'll still make it into the 70s. tomorrow night we'll notch down the temperature a couple degrees when you wake up saturday morning. it's not going to be a big difference. it won't be as warm as it will be tomorrow morning. we rebound. temperatures go right into the 70s. upper 70s by the time we get into sunday. you can follow along anywhere. you can get your neighborhood weather right there at your finger tr fingertips. we're going to be looking at 73 for tomorrow. we should be at 66 this time of year. let's look at how warm we are. almost 10 degrees above average on saturday. certainly more than 10 degrees above average on sunday. clouds move in. that's the eagles game. so we are going to hope that this cold front that comes through holds off until after the game.
then coolerç temperatures, showers and thunderstorms moving in on tuesday and wednesday. look at next weekend. >> do we have to? >> let's live in the moment. >> we're seeing the 40s. >> that 59 for a high on saturday. >> no complain iing allowed. you told us to zip it. >> that's right. that was an order. >> next at 4:00, major makeover. a popular boardwalk ripped apart for a five-part project. when the work will be done and how much it's costing. ahead at 5:00, caught on m camera. the mistake that sparked a fiery explosion there and it damaged ten cars. we'll be right back.
when you're a double-dipping pension-padder like steve sweeney, it's important to maintain a certain... lifestyle. that's why sweeney spent over a hundred grand of his campaign funds on high-priced meals and other gifts. we're talking fine cigars, fancy watches, pricey restaurants, and expensive wines - all to charm the type of folks who helped him raise your taxes 145 times. too many in south jersey are struggling. but steve sweeney's looking out for himself, not for us.
back now to this bit of history in philadelphia. remembering ed snider. there is his daughter speaking right now. he's being immortalized outside the arena he helped build. this is outside the arena. the ceremony underway to unveil a statue you don't see on camera here, but it's pulling out wider. it's nine feet tall and commemorate ed who died at the age of 83. he brought professional hockey to south philadelphia 51 years ago when he founded the fliers. he also owned the sixers and part of the eagles at one point. just a an icon in our city. nbcç sports philadelphia will have more from this ceremony live on nbc 10 news at 5:00.
in the meantime, part the boardwalk is being torn apart for the facelift. >> tonight ted greenberg digs into the cost. >> reporter: well worn wood ripped up to make way for a new stretch of boardwalk in ocean city. >> it really needed it. there's some bad spots when you're walking. >> reporter: the boardwalk between 10th and 12th streets now closed for the final phase of a mult year reinstruction project that start ed at 5th street replacing the planks and everything underneath. >> this is the first time in decades that we have replaced the entire boardwalk structure. >> i think it's excellent. i'm amazed at the money that must go into renovating all this. >> the the city spent iing $2.9 million on this leg of the project. $10 million overall. >> it's really worth the while that they put the money back into it.
>> reporter: the new decking is designed to be more durable. check it out. it's 3 inches thick. the old one, 2 inches. >> it will be stronger and it will be smoother surface and safer and there for everyone to enjoy for decades to come. >> reporter: the construction expected to last until march. this house of pie is located inside the work zone. the restaurant's boardwalk entrance now off limits. >> we have the side door we're able to getç the pizzas out to people who want them. we're hoping people come and continue to realize we're open. >> reporter: a major makeover putting more fresh wood under foot for ocean city's number one attraction. ted greenberg, nbc 10 news. >> just ahead on nbc 10 news at 5:00, six people shot, three dead. >> we have been digging all day into the criminal pasts of the suspect in a deadly shooting rampage across two states. >> tonight we have been working to find out why he was out of
jail is and when he could get sent back to maryland. brandon hudson joins us now l live. >> reporter: why the mass sheert won't go to court just yet. and we're going to have a beautiful weekend ahead. it is going to be spectacular. but it will come to a sharp ending. i'll tell you when with the full forecast, coming up.
why was he out? new at 5:00, we're asking why a man accused of the shooting rampage in two states was able to be free from jail despite a long arrest sheet. fighting back tears. within the hour, the president's top aid get. s emotional when addressing trump's comments on fallen soldiers. dead line day, we're breaking down how cities tried to score the prime prize of amazon's second headquarters. f fst. right now at 5:00, we're asking new questions about a kill canner who is sitting behind bars. nbc 10 was first on the scene when authorities caught r radee prince and faces a slew of charges after a deadly shooting spree. prince will be kept in delaware tonight, but could be sent across state lines soon. >> all new at 5:00, brandon hudson is is live in wilmington
with what's next for the suspect. >> reporter: prince's criminal past includes 62 felony charges, 15 felony convictions. prosecutors are discussing his future inside this building. an attorney says whenç two stas are involved, the process can usually take months, but because this is a high profile shooting, it could take days. >> while he sits in jail, his fate is in the hands of prosecutors in two states. . >> this is not normal. a lot of publicity. a lot of people upset. it can really get accelerated. >> reporter: the this criminal defense attorney told us that the attorney general's office may extradite prince quicker than usual. >> reporter: the 37-year-old shot five people and killed three the at