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that would put him around children. michael cripps attempted to shield his face. the d.a. office said a concerned parent of a 5-year-old boy notified authorities in cripps in september. >> there this 5-year-old was able to detail a series of sexual contact. >> reporter: cripps is being charged with sexual abuse and rape. >> make no mistake, this is a very serious child predator. >> reporter: cripps runs a side business called mc parties where he dresses up as characters. >> he be friends women, he then establishes some type of relationship with these women and these women are all women who have young boys in their custody. he then goes with the young boys and sexually molests them.
>> reporter: and cripps is being looked at for similar allegations back in 2013, but he was never charged because d.a. says they did not have sufficient evidence. and they say if any other parent has come into contact with that suspect, they want to hear from you. cripps is in jail without bail. and the nbc 10 app was the first to tell you about this arrest. download the free app so you don't miss any updates on this story or any breaking news. a former campaign adviser to president trump pleads guilty to lying to the fbi. while trump's former campaign chairman surrenders to face criminal charges. the president trying to clear the air claim nothing collusion, but legal experts believe this is just the beginning. >> and within the last 90 minutes, manafort and gates
pleaded not guilty. >> the most serious felony charge listed in the indictment, conspiracy against the united states. also conspiracy to launder money, failing to renlg sdgiste foreign agent and failing to file reports for foreign bank accounts. also revealed, george papadopoulous applipleaded guil lying to fbi agents about his interaction with the minute thes handed down, nbc 10 followed the story and delay clark is joining us with the latest. >> reporter: a busy day with two indictment and one guilty play. us with the latest. >> reporter: a busy day with two indictment and one guilty play. the president says this has nothing to do with him. late this afternoon, the first court appearance for paul manafort and deputy campaign chair rick gates. they are facing charges
including conspiracy against the united states and money laundering. they are accused of hiding tens of millions of dollars made while working as unregistered agents for the ukranian government between 2006 and 2016. they pleaded not guilty. a third person trump campaign adviser george papadopoulous appli pleaded xwiltdy guilty to lying fbi nep are t fbi. these are the first chaernlgs to come out of the sbishl investigation, but the white house brushed the charges offer. >> today's announcement has nothing to do with the president or his campaign or campaign activity. >> reporter: president donald trump responding position on twitter saying sorry, but this is years ago before paul manafort was part of the trump campaign. and adding, there is no
collusion. and a white house lawyer said today the white house is prepared to cooperate with the special counsel. meanwhile hillary clinton had no immediate comment. we're live in the nation's comment, drake clark, nbc 10 news. today's indictment had specific accusations about paul manafort. walk us through those details. >> reporter: yeah, investigators allege that paul manafort maintained millions of dollars in foreign or offshore bank accounts and then wired that money to the u.s. to buy extravagant gifts. and here is a look at some of the things that he is accused of buying including three homes in one year, costing at least $1.5 million, more than a million spent in investigators city at a member's clothing tore and also accused of spending $900,000 at
an antique rug store. the indictment also indicates the government plans to try to seize manafort's home in the hamptons and other properties he has invested in. so a far reaching and wide investigation and experts say only the beginning. >> and all of the details on nbc10.com. > democrats pushed for the investigation into the russian interference and now responding to the developments. >> for the first time now in this case, we have a guilty plea from a former trump campaign official about lying about connections to russia. so it's clear that this is not fake news, this is reality and this is just the beginning of the investigation. >> nbc 10 has reached out to the republican congressional leaders
in our area for reaction. we are still waiting to hear back. nbc 10 is sxhitcommitted to cov every angel. we'll have in-fight fromsight a could come next. and then at 5:00, the delaware connection to the indictment and what joe biden has to say about the charges. no of nw twoet, strono the . strong winds caused problems in the commute. and driver faced obstacles in west mt. airy, a fallen tree brought down wires. and crews closed off the road as they worked to clean until mess. pico reported a couple dozen outages. a live look at the wind blowing, wind turbines at lincoln financial field from our number one bird's nest camera.
i'll change it from bird's nest camera to number one briird's nt camera. >> the xhildly weather is staking around and glenn "hurricane" schwartz has your halloween forecast and take a close look at miss bow tie. >> i have some halloween colors in here. wait until you see tomorrow's. a special one planned. and we have a special forecast for each neighborhood for your halloween. it will be a pretty big temperature contrast. in philadelphia, the high tomorrow 57. but if you have any halloween activities in the morning, it will be a whole lot colder. 49 at 9:00 a.m. and that is in the city. wait until you see some of the numbers outside of the city. it jumps up quickly to 57 by 1:00, 56 by 3:00. by 9:00, we are at 52 degrees.
and it is dropping rapidly. we're also taking a look at the jersey shore where the high temperature is going to be 59. a little bit warmer. not quite as cold to start off. temperatures going up to 57 by 3:00. sunset tomorrow is right around 6:00, but it gets completely dark about a half hour later. so for parents if you want your kids to make sure that they are back by the time it is dark, you have to get them back before 6:30. i'll be back with more neighborhoods coming up in a few minutes. today we have a new look at the suspect accused of murdering two teenagers in a crime that stunned a pair of south philadelphia communities. police released brandon o ol vis
mug shot. he open the fire last sunday and two were killed, both were 16 years old. nbc 10 was there as ol veer a surrendered. he is being held without bail. a carjacking suspect shot by police during an incident at king of prussia mall is in serious condition. the suspect is wanted for two robberies in delaware and another at the mall this past saturday. upper marion police say the incident began when the suspect sitting in a stolen car in the parking garage at the mall. he tried to run down two officers when police fired and hit him. so how do you protect yourself from predators in the parking lot? cydney long spoke with security experts about the self-defense steps women should take before they go shopping. that is ahead at 4:55. now to new jersey and the race for governor. the republican candidate will
hit the road in a bus tour. kim guadagno will leave on thursday and her tour will take theory all 21 counties in the state. she is currently the lieutenant governor. polls show she is trailing democrat phil murphy by double digits. murphy says that laeskti ingele guadagno would be equivalent to a third term for crihris christ. the judge in the menendez trial denied a request for mistrial. the senator is accused of accepting gifts from a wealthy doctor in exchange for political favors. the defense is expected to rest its case this week. penn state is punishing two fraternities after the university says they violated new rules on serving alcohol at social events. delta epsilon has lost its recognition until the end of the spring semester.
and it means they cannot participate in greek like efbltss like homecoming or the dance marathon. new rules for fraternities were implemented after the death of tim piazza after a night of drinking and several falls at the now closed beta theta pi house. prosecutors refiled charges against eight students. a judge had dropped the charges. looks like black jack and roulette will be coming to 5ir7 truck stops. the bill expands casino style gambling to truck stop, airports and ten new mini casino sites. pennsylvania already rakes in more money from gambling than any other state except nevada. and this bill anticipates to produce about $200 billion a year. lawmakers say that will help raise money as they try to find ways to pay for the state's revenue plan four months into the fiscal year.
this week open enrollment for obamacare begins with major changes that could affect millions. the enrollment period has been cut in half this year to just 45 days. and federal funding supporting enrollment slashed by about on 40%. the trump administration says the outreach programs quawaste money. open enrollment starting wednesday and ends december 15. former vice president joe biden was speaking about domestic and gun violence. at the university of delaware. for the 10th annual vision coalition conference, aimed at increasing community partnerships in health and education. the vice president focused his speech on gun violence and how it needs to be treated as a public health crisis. he also spoke about by vens against women and the changes he's seen even other the last couple weeks. >> can you imagine five years ago all these women coming out of the harvey weinstein separation, all the women now.
and i encourage all of you, be empowered to speak up. no matter how long ago anything happened. this is a chance to change the culture in america. >> he also spoke about violence against children and some of the way his late son got the ball rolling to better protect kids in delaware. 120 minutes ago, netflix pulled the plug on the house of k5rd cards. >> this is after kevin spags city w spac spacey was being a kaccused by shared his story after news of the harvey weinstein scab dndal broke. he said i came forward with my story standing on the should dirs of many of the courageous women and men who have been
speaking out. on twitter space cio wit spacey admiration for anthony rapp and he went on to say i loved and had row plan tick encounters with men and i choose now to live at a guy man.plan tick ench men and i choose now to live at a guy man. the decision to end house of cards was made before any of the recent developments. there has been a lot of talk about sexual harassment in hollywood, but it is happening to more than half of working women. in a new poll, 48% of women say they have experienced unwelcome sexual advances at work. as a result 77% of men say they are now more likely to speak up if they see it happen. moving on to traffic alert, villanova station is closed so
you will have to catch a train at stadium station until mid-december. thousands of trick-or-treaters will hit the streets tomorrow in search of candy and halloween safety was the focus of a gathering in delaware county today. safety will be a big part of having fun, so police and penndot teamed up, they offered tips and reminders like carrying flashlights, adding reflective tape to any costume. and president trump and the first lady will give out sweet treats on the south lawn tonight. the president handed out candy to children in the oval office on friday. and in a little over an hour, trick-or-treaters from schools around the d.c. area will be getting cookies and candy including presidential m and ms. by the way, we want to see your best pumpkin art and halloween costumes for on your kids and pets so you can send us your photos through the see it share it feature on the nbc 10 app. you woke up to rain. take a look at what greeted some people in maryland.
yeah, that is a blanket of october snow. this was around 5:00 a.m. just over the pennsylvania border. temperatures dropped enough to turn the rain into wintry flakes. >> that is a shock to the system. >> i know. not yet for us. it is not expected to snow for halloween, but your kids will probably need a coats. >> and glenn "hurricane" schwartz is back with more on the halloween forecast for your neighborhood. >> yeah, we will expand the forecast and go all around the area. there will be quite a contrast in temperatures because of the clear skies and calm winds. we've seen halloweens that have been snowy and rainy, this is pretty good-bye comparison. lehigh valley, berks county, the high tomorrow 54, but look how cold it is at the start of the day for any kind of activity. only 41. not much wind, so not a
windchill. it jumps up to 51 by 1:00. 54 by 3:00. and then it will drop quickly again as we gee into to into th. and in delaware, not as cold. starting off with temperatures in the upper 40s. remember 41. so a big difference. 58 for the high as we go through the afternoon, but temperatures dropping pretty quickly into the evening hours. another cold night ahead. we'll see if we will warm up here. tammy has the rest of the forecast. >> it looks like we will ride the roller coaster a bit longer, but a pretty day outside if you were out along the shore. look at this in kacape may, onl 55 with winds out of the west to northwest to 12 miles per hour. but shimmering across the water. let head toe delaware, it's 57 for all of you in wilmington with blue skies. and blue skies in philadelphia,
57. about 5 degrees below average, but we will start to see the southwest winds die down a bit and then we'll probably get closer to average by the middle of the week. it's 55 in allentown with a west wind to 18 miles per hour. look at these future cast winds. they were gusting this morning, so they will begin to taper off and as we get into later tonight, they will pick up just a wee bit out of the west sle west/southwe west/southwest. but by tomorrow morning, down to 12 miles per hour. and by tomorrow afternoon, we will be looking at winds somewhere between 5 and 12 miles per hour. so that is not too bad. we won't have that windchill effect you had this morning. 45 tonight in philadelphia, 41 in allentown, 41 in coatesville and 45 in atlantic city. doppler ray are dhdarradar, all long gone, but this system off to the west will be affecting us by the middle of the week. behind that, yet another one for next weekend.
so let's go ahead and run down your hour by hour. again, we will be dropping out of the 50s and into the 40s tonight. we will see mainly clear skies, it should be lovely out there. tomorrow we'll make it into the mid perhaps even the upper 50s under sunny skies. and then on wednesday, we will see clouds moving in, it will be chilly in the morning, plenty of 30s in the area. and then here comes the rain. we'll start first in the lehigh valley in the upper pennsylvania suburbs, it may clip philadelphia. in that lingers in to your thursday and another one moves in for next weekend, could mean rain for the eagles gaming. here is the pumpkin picture of the day. look at this, patti chambers created this. send me your pictures. one more day that we will share. so here is your 10 day on 10. we'll see 58 tomorrow, plenty of sunshine out there. lighter winds. 56 on wednesday.
we so could see a shower develop in the evening and overnight, spotty showers responsible thursday for the temple game, but look at that nice warm-up in to the low 70s. and then 73 on friday, 62 on saturday with a chance of rain develop management evening. and the eagles game, 59, chilly, could see some showers. don't forget, you have to fall back one hour saturday night before you go bed. protecting yourself against mall predators. >> yesterday's shooting outside the king of splaush mall put shoppers on alert ahead of the busiest time of the year for retarlr tailers. stilt ahead, nbc 10 talks with security experts about the self-defense steps women should take before their next shopping trip. plus this -- >> you feel like she saved your life. >> because she did. that's it. >> bonded selena gomez and her best friend
steve sweeney's negative headlines keep piling up. why are south jerseyans so angry at sweeney? sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own. steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
deserving delaware county family is cruising around in a new ride this afternoon. [ applause ] >> christy taylor and her two boys picked you were the keys to a 2011 mazda 6 today in prospect park. christy was injured serving her country in the national guard and this summer she lost her car in a crash. today's donation is part of the recycled rides program which provides cars to people in need.
>> it's an amazing feeling to know that i can now get my independence back and a little bit of my freedom as well to be the person i want to be, be the mother i want to be. and it's incredible. >> and the family also received new car and booster seats as well. live look insulin cid insid financial field. it will be rockinging this sunday as they take on the broncos. birds look to make it seven straight games of a fweertibeat on the 49ers. savannah guthrie shared a photo featuring her family decked out in eagles jerseys. her husband is from philadelphia and that's how they became an official member of eagles nation. nbc 10 is your official station of the first place eagles. we are getting you ready for the
game. join us for exclusive stories at 9:30 a.m. on game day kickoff and 10:00, game plan and then following the late news, one-on-one interviews with the team you won't see anywhere else. nbc 10 continues to follow the bombshell out of washington. >> russia probe revealing its targets with a 31 page indictment. next at 4:00, we'll speak with a former federal prosecutor with what could come next. and grab the coat with the costume. i'm tracking a chilly trick or treat forecast for your neighborhood in your most accurate weather forecast. >> and halloween health scare, it's not just in their trick or treat bag but in their costumes that have doctors raising red flags. and rescued at sea, two sailors stranded for nearly five months. they open up about their ordeal and the new mission they want to take on next.
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it is the first big development in the investigation into russian meddling during last year's presidential election. >> paul manafort and his deputy chair rick gates surrendered to federal authorities today and pleaded not guilty on federal charges including conspiracy and money laundering. aari erin coleman is joining us. >> and both pleaded not guilty to the 12 charges against them. these are all charges unrelated to work on the trump campaign, but a local former federal prosecutor says they are a link in the chain so to speak. and a sign that the investigation is really just beginning. former trump campaign chair paul manafort left his virginia home this morning in a black suv.
a shorts time later, he walked into the fbi office in d.c. to surrender. manafort and trump deputy campaign chair rick gates face charges of conspiracy against the united states and money laundering. >> what is fascinating about this indictment, it all predates the campaign. and so you would say it doesn't relate to the russian case. and in a certain sense it didn't. >> reporter: but howard bruce klein, a local former federal prosecutor says the more interesting case involves george papadopoulous, an unpaid foreign adviser to the campaign. just released today, he pleaded guilty three weeks ago to criminal charges specifically involving connections to on russia. >> he has pleaded guilty, he is cooperating witness, so they will try to bring pressure to plan fort and gates to try to get them to cooperate. >> reporter: he says it's all an
indication the cases are moving forward and fast. >> what i think is interesting extra strategically is these two things happens the same day. because if you wanted to critz size the first part and say that predates the campaign has hassihas ing nothing to do with the election, that is true. but the second piece is all about the campaign. so bringings two together is sending a message to people out there. >> and klein says that message is there is much more to come. special council robert mueller has 18 prosecutors still working full-time on this investigation. and tans np the nbc 10 app updates and you can read the entire indictment against plan fort and gates. we had chilly winds in philadelphia. and a dry and cool money, wind gusts making it feel even colder out there. >> especially if you weren't in the sun. more high winds down the shore. here a look at the crash being waivers in cape may where the
beaches are practically empty. chilly weather sticking around for trick or treat time. glenn "hurricane" schwartz has your halloween forecast. >> yeah, we showed you some neighborhoods earlier and we have more now. sch isn't it nice that we have this kind of weather instead of what we saw last night. can you can imagine trick or treating in that weather? in philadelphia, we have a nice sunny day tomorrow. it will be kind of chilly even for this time of the year. 57 for the high in philadelphia. the average high is in the low 60s. so it's kind of cold in the morning. upper 40s. but at least in the city it's not as cold as the surrounding areas. getting up into the upper 50s in the afternoon and then dropping to about 52 by 7:00. the sunsets right around 6:00. it gets completely dark about a half hour after that. so if you want to make sure that
you get the kids in before it gets totally dark, got to be well before 6:30. this is in south jersey, and many areas a are a whole lot colder than philadelphia. especially on clear calm nights and that's what we're getting tomorrow night. 46 degrees to start off at 9:00 a.m. once again sunshine throughout the day. we have clear skies at night going down into the 40s very quickly by 7:00 in the evening. so it might feel okay while the sun is out, but as soon as it gets dark, it's really going to be feeling chilly. i'll have more neighborhoods coming up in a few minutes. and here is a look at some of the other stories we're following county by county at 4:00. montgomery county, xluncommunit college is lifting the wraps on its new science center. it features labs and clinics.
also a pair of gyms and a cafe. and the university of delaware is getting a new resident, the chemical company is building a research facility on campus. it says the new facility will allow to keep more than 300 jobs in the wilmington area. ground breaking ceremony will be held next month. construction is expected to be completed by early 2020. tonight nbc 10 teams up with experts to show you how to digitally disappear from hackers, stalkers and identity thieves who use your social media as a window to your life. >> it's weird when you get cold calls from companies saying they know all this information about you already. i feel like in this day and i think everybody knows everything about you and it's uncomfortable. >> so do you think you know enough about maxing out your privacy settings? think again. we'll show you why using your facebook log-into get on dating, travel, even do it yourself sites is putting your
information at risk. you will see how much more our experts can find in just five minutes. that is tonight in a special report at 11:00 right after the voice. and now ghosts, goblins are out in full force. >> and another menace might join them. >> i haven't seen an issue yet. most come in packages. >> the costume critters parents need to look out for before your child goes trick or treating. if you think you need months or years of training to push away a predator, well, think twice. we'll show you three moves that could make all the difference when it comes to self-defense. and rent rising at higher than usual levels. just how much your costs could go up at amazon's new headquarters. and don't forget to vote for our high school blitz game of the week. here is a look at the voting right now. you can see -- well, you don't see it, but it is a tight race
between saint joseph versus ocean city and also boys latin and is in the rining. sever you can vote at nbc10.com or tap on the app. you can also call or text your vote to 610-624-4111. we'll announce the winner thursday night at 11:00. steve sweeney's negative headlines keep piling up. why are south jerseyans so angry at sweeney? sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie
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for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah. e cigarettes could be a gates way to becoming a cigarette smoker. researches followed morning 40,000 teens in can in a dand the ones who used e gets we get cigarettes woere more likely to start smoking. and there might be something scary hiding in your kids' costumes. lice might be lurking according to the lies chce cling clinics .
>> they are spread easier head toe head, but they can be spread by hairbrushes and anything that you put on your head like the hats and hair bands. >> one trick you can try to make sure there is no lice in your costume, throw it in the dryer on high head for 45 minutes and make sure the costume is dryer safe. a life saving surgery made possible by her best friend. >> selena gomez is speaking out for the first time since her kidney transplant earlier this year. >> i guess i got to the point where it was really kind of life or death. >> next at 4:00, how she says the surgery has changed her friendship and the message she wants everyone to know. reacting to the russia probe. former vice president joe biden
learned about today's indictments from nbc 10. what he is saying about the charges at 5:00. he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side. a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that
. for the first time selena gomez is talking about the kidney transplant that saved her life over the summer gomez became gravely ill from complications from lupus. that is when she learned she needed a kidney transplants. her friend and roommate fran le she was a match and donated a kidney. both ladies spoke to savannah guthrie about their journey. >> i don't think what we went through was easy or fun. >> i hope this inspires people to feel good, to know that there is really good people in the world. >> gomez says since the surgery she feels better than ever and the chance that her lupus will
return is minimal. october is breast cancer awareness month and that means the pink ribbon campaign and other fund raising efforts are in overdrive. and one is revolutions for research, an indoor cycling event. the company is head quartered in philadelphia and that is where amy recently got her dream job. she's breast cancer survivor herself. she ev she started getting mammograms a the 24 because her mother died of the disease. and she colleagues say having her on the team helps the cause. >> you see somebody that has delts wi dealt with cancer, that has dealt with treatment. and it i don't understait groun >> they bring the greatest minds in science together. how can we not just love that. >> if you want to take part,
it's this saturday in southwest philly. details are on nbc10.com. and tomorrow morning at 5:45, why ovarian cancer is one of the top killers of a women and the proactive approach you should take if it runs in your family. that story plus breaking news, weather and traffic tomorrow beginning at 4:00 a.m. taking a live look at boathouse row, a chilly day. there is some sun which is nice. but chilly air will stick around for ham welloween. >> glenn hurricane schwartz has the forecast for your neighbor mood. and the wind today will die down tonight and it's not going to be a factor tomorrow. bucks, monday i are, chester counties as we continue to go around various neighborhoods. the hyatt 55, well below the
average of about 60, it will be especially chilly in the morning. 9:00 a.m., only 43. jumps into the mid-50s during the afternoon, but the sunset is at 6:00. so it gets totally dark by 6:30. and the temperature will start dropping right after that. so keep that in mind because it really will cool off. feels totally different when the sun is shining on you as opposed to being cold with the clear skies and calm winds. temperature drops pretty quickly. even at the jersey shore, we will see a 6 degree continue drop from the 3:00 temperature, the hyatt igh at 59, it will dr degrees. tammy has the news of when it will warm up and more rain. >> it will warm up, but we keep riding this up and down. and it looks like we will see a chance of showers several day
this is week. outside right now, blue skies with the flag flapping in the breeze. yes, breeze about an not t, not winds. and the next big push of cold air will be the next couple days. but we have another big push of cold air that will make it in here just in time for the weekend out of the northern plains. right now we're comfortable, we're actually in some of the warmest air across the nation even though we're below average. we're at 57 in philadelphia. 58 vineland and 55 in wildwood. and all the rain from yesterday is gone. some places picking up more than 3.5 inches of rain yesterday. we have more rain on the way, a cold front is pressing toward us making its way to the northwestern part of pennsylvania. it will bring clouds in here during the day tomorrow, but i still think we'll see some
sunshine. and a lot of this will fall apart because now we're getting dry air in place. so let's watch what happens with this next big area of low pressure. here we go. we will drop tonight from the 50s on a southwest wind and we'll independent with up winde mid to low 40s. and then we'll climb into the mid-50s. still looking at a wind out of west. it will be pleasant enough. the clouds start to filter in wednesday morning, it will be very chilly, upper 30s in many places. and then take a look, here comes the shower activity wednesday evening with some spotty showers on thursday. so not heavy range, but just pesky showers. and then wire bae're back to th and 70s on thursday. and then there is the storm system on the weekend. temple game, mostly cloudy and 60s. and of course i have another pumpkin picture to share with you. this is a.j.
and he led the charge to pass paid family leave. aarp applauded sweeney for freezing property taxes for seniors and cutting prices on prescription drugs. "i got to take my hat off to him. he's a man of his word." steve sweeney. because there's more work to do to get south jersey's fair share. right now, protecting yourself against predators in the mall parking lot. we told you earlier about a shoot-out between police and a suspect outside the king of prussia mall after investigators say he robbed a woman at the mall on saturday. and that incident sure put people on high alert ahead of the xwris time of the year for shoppers. >> and cydney long found out about the self-defense steps you should take before your next trim to the maull. this former marine corps sniper compared self-defense to swimg saying if you don't know how to, you will drown. >> if it's a gun and they want
your wallet, give them your walg let. >> reporter: he's the owner at brocks mma and says should you find yourself being attacked, there are three key protective and common sense moves that took me a minute to learn. not years of training. >> your post, your frame and then you break. >> reporter: post is keeping your palms up, palms not fists. >> you're showing them hey, relax, call down. >> reporter: and if you are confronted by a pred tore, alle always negotiate. frame is a square with your arms and break is shovings person away. and brock says you are stronger in a staggered stance. watch. >> if i stand here, push me. i'm going to go back, right? push me now. see how strong that is? >> reporter: he says the attacker returned a second day. why? >> because he felt like he got away with it and he can do it again. >> reporter: but with simple aware nf awareness will prevent it.
>> i'm grabbing you around the waigs oi waist. there you go. >> reporter: and if you fall, not time to give up. >> you can't punch me. i piush you away. >> reporter: use your legs to push the bad guy away. sid an cydney long, nbc 10 news. next, we're following the latest developments in the russia investigation. >> and digging into the indictment and players involved. gr dray clark is live in washington. >> reporter: and major developments here. one guilty plea, two indictments. the president says he has no connection to their wrongdoing and we'll tell you why coming up. and your halloween forecast, will it be a trick or a treat? that is ahead. plus rising rent. how much more you may have to
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public. the president firing back on twitter calling this a witch hunt. now at 5:00, we're live in washington, d.c. breaking downs charges, the indictment and what is next in the investigation. tonight a big strike at president trump's political circle. three of his former aides face charges in the investigation of russian meddling in the 2016 election. late this afternoon, paul manafort, rick gates appeared in court just hours after surrendering. >> dray clark spent the day in washington, d.c. and is joining us live. >> reporter: the president said today that the indictment is proof there was no collusion between his campaign and the russians, but democrats say this may be just the beginning of ro robert mueller's investigation. paul manafort and rick gates pleaded not guilty to charges in mueller's investigation into russian