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we are talking about misdemeanor charges like vandalism and theft. they are expecting to get yet another warrant signed this afternoon. noun they are releasing even more video in the hopes that the public can identify these young people or even better to encourage them to turn themselves in. caught on camera even by her own admission this young woman stole public property during the ruckus in the street. this video of her and another of this young man war taken of juniper and market. and right after her is a piece of a walk don't walk sign. and he is saying i'm taking this or keeping this, you can't it's public property. >> in the aftermath of the celebration both after the big win and parade, police have vowed to track down and prosecute those responsible for
vandalism and theft. investigators say these still images show a variety of people they want to talk to. >> we want the public's assi assistance in helping to identify the people. >> people were looking right into the camera. >> this group was caught jumping on and doing extensive damage to the white corvette. the owner parked to attend the parade and found extensive damage to the hood and roof of her car and the video surfaced later. >> this will not go away. this will not go away until we get everybody in. >> now, police are finding some of these videos themselves on social media. other people are just sending them indirectly to the department. police say it's so much simpler if you surrender than getting a folk on the door with a police officer way warn in hand.
i'm sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." pennsylvania's attorney general says that a major drug bust potentially saved lives in philadelphia. this is the stash of heroin and fentanyl seized from a row home in fentonville. authorities say that the drugs have an estimate street value of $2.6 million. >> putting the dollar value of these narcotics accede. the amount of drug was have created 250,000 doses of heroin and fentanyl. that is 250,000 potential death sentences averted. >> well, two men identified as caesar guzman and jeremy rosario were arrest the in the drug raid on fourth street. and vernon odom will have reaction from that neighborhood coming up at 5:00. the flu epidemic that is
effecting parts of our area from overwhelmed urgent care facilities and pharmacies. bob brooks live with more. >> reporter: i spoke with quite a few health care professionals, they say there is a few things that are paramount when moving through the flu season. one is taking care of yourself and washing your hands and trying to eat healthy and trying to avoid big crowds as to not spread the germs. >> it's definitely scary. >> i hear it's killing a lot of people. >> you can get it in so many places, shopping carts, atms and the touch screens order your food. and we spoke to judd holland at the office in washington square. >> avoid being where there is large groups of people. you get together with you five or ten people. one is sneezing and having the
flu you want to avoid them and everything they touch. >> their office is setting records with flu cases we see twice as many patients in the urgent care and the er broke our record by more than 10%. there are a lot of sick people. >> step one is prevention, you can't wash your hands enough and proper diet is key. you can and many people carry around a bottle of purel, hand sanitizer. everything mom told you way back when. >> and reading terminal market there is people everywhere touching everything. assistant general manager says that the staff disinfects all touch points and doors and tables three times a day and offer purell dispensered for customers and clean education for the merchants. >> frequency of washing your hands and changing your gloves and touch points on the counters trying to keep them as clean as
possible. >> we know that the flu season is off to a bad start. getting worse and the one thing we want to hammer home, is that every home care professional hammered home to me. wash those hands and stop the spread of those germs. bob brooks, channel 6 "action news." >> can't wash them enough thank you. >> we help you get through the flu season at 6abc.com/flu there we have resources and the local impact. and tips for telling the difference between a cold and the flu. >> time for a first check of the accuweather forecast. >> and adam joseph is standing by and colder side but no complaints? >> that sun felt good especially in the sunshine and not much of a wind than helped as well. numbers are close to average and a little below, 42 for philadelphia and pittsburgh at 40 and washington 40 with the core of the cold and central and northern new england with temperatures in the teens. and mid to upper 20s.
boston 28 degrees, there is warmth down to the south, memphis at 51 and 55 atlanta and 55 in wichita. we'll talk about the warmth coming in as early as tomorrow. stormtracker 6 live double scan clouds increasing here overnight tonight. that is the weak system to the south and most precipitation missing us. and could bring us spotty light drizzle a little later tonight and wee hours of the morning tomorrow. when we talk about valentine's day and beyond into friday. temperatures are soaring 10 to 20 degrees above average. a nice turn around here. there is a threat of showers going into tomorrow night. yes we talked about how great it would be and the models did a complete turn around. we are talking about a chance of a sizable storm this weekend. >> we'll chat about it the full accuweather forecast. >> adam, thank you.
>> ice is being a considered in the fact this morning in shannon newcastle county. thompson bridge road was covered in ice when the jeep flipped in the 3900 block and emergency responders rescued the driver who is at the hospital now being treated for injuries. police closed the road while they waited for crews to bring salt. >> fire safety in the hopes of saving lives in north philadelphia. the philadelphia fire department partnered with the red cross, so install smoke alarms along toronto street. they chose the neighborhood after two reads died on february 1st. and firefighter as rived and found an adult brother and sister in the ruins. they have not been officially identified and the cause of the fire is under investigation. well, just in time for valentine's day. the famous love statue is back in philadelphia.
the iconic sculpture spent the year undergoing repairs and a celebration and little parade welcomed it back. the four letter sculpture returned in triumphant factor. it started at the joan of arc statue and ended at love park also by the way underwhen a renovation itself. the statue got a fresh code of paint and color correction. >> stripping off all the old paint and repairing any issues with we found with the metal underneath. it's made out of aluminum, so there is rusting and pin holes and cracks and the colors were intended to be red, green and purple, not red green and blue. >> people say that statue brings people together in the city, particularly for marriage proposals. they joke that they just might see a few more tomorrow.
now that the statue is back home they are planning an official ceremony in the spring. but hey love welcome home. >> shiny and looking great. >> perfect timing. it is time now for a check of the "action news" traffic report. lets go live to matt pellman. >> from love park to not loving that we are parked here along 422 westbound side thanks to construction as we kick off the tuesday afternoon ride. some late running work going on in the westbound lanes, near trooper road and the right lane is blocked bought of that construction in the process of clearing out. for now just the left lane squeezing by and the travel time is not good. we are talking about six time what's it should be on the westbound side. parked from 202 from this point past trooper. westbound in montgomery county. bucks county they roved around patching the potholes and in the
process of wrapping up the northbound side at 75. just to be safe for your travels through bucks use 95 and not use 1. and on the big picture speeds are dropping along 95 and the schuylkill expressway. a crash in lower merion along montgomery avenue and better news in cherry hill. they finally wrapped up the money construction on the westbound side of 70 and jammed 295 northbound because of a crash near the white horse pike. and check your ways home with the waze app. along mont shannon road route 100 close to wilmington country club by kirk road reports of a major accident in that neck of the woods as well. >> thank you. up next here on "action news" today. another day and more questions are mounting how the white house handled the top aide accused of domestic abuse and the official story keeps on change and the
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well, there are new questions today about the details about the departure of former white house staff secretary rob porter. when did the white house know about the allegations of domestic abuse by two of his exwives and when was action taken and today the fbi released a new timeline one that contradicts the one the white house is standing by. christopher ray says they finished the background into porter eight months ago but when the allegations of violence came to light. includi including one of porter's
ex-wives with a bruised be black eye, the investigation was still on going. and that it made him ineligible for white house security. but porter worked there until last week under a temporary security clearance. at a press conference today sara huckabee sanders stood by the timeline saying it was in the holdup of the white house personnel security office. >> they would have received information, but they had not completed their process and made a recommendation to the white house. >> so she says that the white house was waiting, still for their recommendation. and went on to blame the fbi as to why porter was kept on staff there today in response to all of this, the director of national intelligence dan coats called that security clearance process broken. a lot of questions and a lot remains to be seen here. >> more questions to come in the
days to come. >> thank you. >> we learned new details about the bachelor contestant reported missing. becca martinez was eliminated from the show and explained what happened on "good morning america." >> in november her mom told police she could not can't becca for weeks. >> i could not set the record straight because it would give away the fact that i was eliminated. i was about a week off the show and i needed time to get away and decompress and so, i went up north into the mountains with some friends. >> in those mountains becca says there wasn't any cell phone service and contacted her mom when she got home. some fans speculated she was in hiding with her new fiance. and that was not the case. a new lawsuit accuses the
ulta beauty store change for sell issing used cosmetics. the practice could potentially expose customers to harmful back tear that could remain on makeup products for weeks and ulta issued a statement denying the claims and to defend themselves against these allegations. >> now the numbers on wall street. the dow rising 39 points today and the nasdaq up 39.5. and the s&p 500 on the rise 7 points on the day. and it is as long as philadelphia's biggest skyscraper is tall. the the largest ship to dock at the port of philadelphia. the msb unloaded the massive hall of of cargo. there is the ship. at 1,100 feet long the largest
vessel to use that port. construction is still underway there. but port officials are saying it's a positive sign of what is to come. dunkin' donuts is helping feed the hungry here in our region. the coffee chain donated a total of $57,000 to the food bank of south jersey. most of that money comes from the roast hunger program and the other 10,000 is from the joy and childhood foundation. after the donation dunkin' donuts franchise owners volunteered their time to help sort out the donations. adam joseph is joining us here as we soak in the sunshine for a second straight day. >> you say impossible change is coming for the weekend. >> so important to watch every single day. we still have a lot of warm air in the seven-day forecast. head over to the weather center, lets talk about the good the sunshine we had today. there are clouds moving in from the south and west live on sky 6
hd from the temple university camera and chill in the air today as we move forward. speaking of warming it up we need to set the mood in the weather center. look at that happy valentine's day tomorrow. a reminder do not forget, ladies and gentlemen that tomorrow is valentine's day. get the cards and the balloons and chocolates and if you take someone out to dinner tomorrow evening. here is the planner, for your wednesday evening. 4:00 sunshine and high clouds and warm at 52 degrees, 49 degrees at 6:00 and as we get into the late evening hours there will be showers developing still and temperatures in the upper 40s and bring rain gear and you notice if your date doesn't have one tuck one in the car. as we look at the the temperatures right now, 40 in allentown and 49 in redding and 37 in millville. a bit a chill in the air despite the sunshine.
and there is activity down to the south spotty showers, and most of it missing us and some of it could break its way into the region late tonight in the former drizzle. if that drizzle does occur in the north western suburbs, it could be a patchy freezing drizzle up toward the lehigh valley. and that wouldn't be until after midnight tonight with temperatures of 30 and 33 philadelphia and 28 in millville and below freezing for dover. there is that possible drizzle way to the north of the lehigh valley into the poconos and the rest of the region fairly dry just above freezing and as we wake up going into the afternoon decent amount of sun nice day tomorrow and temperatures 10 degrees warmer today in the lower 50s. as we get into the evening hours the showers coming in from the south and west 9:00 until 11:00 tomorrow night. if you want it warmer look at thursday afternoon 62 if philadelphia and 74 in richmond
and the warmth sticks and on friday still in the 60s and the cold air to the north and west. and that could get us into trouble. 52 tomorrow and sunshine and clouds out there for valentine's day and late day and evening showers and mostly cloudy and 67 degrees. still 60 on friday and more showers with a weak system with falling temperatures in the afternoon. saturday a chance of afternoon rain and snow and the temperatures crash to 38. we'll talk more about that potential coming up in the seven day in the next half hour. >> adam thank you. coming up tonight on "action news" at 11:00. an "action news" investigation looks into what is called patient brokering a fraudulent scream exposing people addicted to drugs. here is a preview. i'm chad pradelli, they are called junky hunters or patient
pimps. paying people to go to rehab and "action news" sits down with a young man that claims he was brokered and takes us inside of the fraud len scheme and how it could hinter the road to recovery. >> detox was $500 and if you have clean urine you can get offered a quote on quote detox packageage where you have someone that gets you high and brings you to the facility. so you have dirty urine and you can be accepted. inside of patient brokering tonight at 11:00.
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>> and the lpga is coming to pottstown in 3 months. tourism leaders and staff at claw golf club announced the new details about the valley forge invitational. somewhat of a home course for emily gimple. she and other golfers from the tour will play from may 21st until may 26th. they expect some 10,000 spectators come for the event and has an economic impact of at least $1 million. a big congratulations is in order for one of the cheerleading teams from saint hubert high school they can add national champs to their list of come plirkmentes. they won the championship in orlando, florida. the proud mom said they nailed
their routine with no deductions from the judges. >> congratulations to that team. more to come on "action news" at 4:00. including the reason people on the internet are crediting one delicious dish with curing their insomnia and we are not talking about eating it. plus, this quilt will not be worth money but to one philadelphia money it's priceless and that is why they are begging the public to get it back. >> what happens to the precious heirloom coming up. this winter in the state with more ski mountains than any other,
it is 4:30 and "action news" continues with a story for anyone with a smart tv needs to see. >> and a principal came up with the idea to keep the peace in hire class pay kids not to fight. how the program works in big talkers. >> and can a terrible haircut be child abuse. that is what one police department is trying to figure out. the photo that launched the investigation. we begin with a burglary investigation in the philadelphia torresdale section. police say that an intruder ransacked the home stealing the usual things like credit cards and jewelry and several items that can't be pawned and can't be replaced. john rawlins is live in the
neighborhood to explain what happened. >> hi guys this happened between 9:00 and 10:00 yesterday morning. some i'ms were taken and credit card can be replace and others had deep and profound sentimental value including a quilt. >> every night i held on to them. they were the last things that put me to sleep at night. those are the things that are irreplaceable. andrea showed us the laundry room door where someone broke in taking a jewelry box with her husband's dog tags and her rosary. and this quilt. t-shirts from north catholic high school, ireland and notre dame. why take a quilt. the thinking is the thief threw his loot on to the loot that was on dot's bed. >> they went through mom's
bureau and scooped it and threw it on the bed and they got spooked and wrapped it up and got out as quick as they could. the quilt a labor of love a connection between dots and the guy they was marrieded to for 65 years, her family hopes that someone knows where it is. and returns it. >> it means nothing to them. >> it means something to you? >> oh my god yes. of course. >> the family's biggest fear is that someone will throw them away and put them in a dumpster and they will lose the items for good. and they hope that someone's heart will be changed knowing what was taken and take it to the parrish church on the 700 block of frankford avenue and take them to the church and drop it off and no questions will be asked and hopefully the family gets back the keep sakes.
john rawlins, channel 6 "action news." >> it has so much value to this family, thank you. police in bucks county are asking for the public's help track down a serial bank robber, there are surveillance photos showing the robber inside of the wells fargo in doylestown this morning. the thief believed them to be 6'2" and 6'4" wore a fake beard and handed the teller a note demanding money. that he held up a bank before. and if you know anything about these robberies contact the police or fbi. authorities in chestnut hill are hope that someone recognizes a would be burglar that turned a dunkin' donuts into his own personal drive-thru. surveillance video shows a man sneaking into the store of the 18 thousand block of sten fon avenue after he broke the window with a rock. and tried to crawl into the
office but left after discovering he could not get in. if you can help police contact northwest detectives. they are on display since the 1930s. and about to get a long awaited update as crews removed enormous glass panels. the reliftic die ram as featured gorillas and other wildlife and about to undergo the first renovation in more than 80 years and it should take two to three months to cleat. time for a check of our forecast. and our meteorologist, reminding us why we have to pay attention to him every day. >> watch every day he said because it will change. for now adam -- we are talking -- >> we have to talk about warmth and some storms and maybe even snow now as with we head into the upcoming weekend but right now the sunshine that is fading behind some cloud cover and temperatures seasonable.
but still chilly. 40 right no allentown and 38 in will tong and trenton 39 degrees. as we look at the pagoda cam in reading looking westbound in berks county the clouds are racing on in as we lose the sunshine we had. it's not really a bad thing. because it's a system that will move in some warmer air and our average high for valentine's day is 44 degrees. when you compare it to average, as we go into wednesday, thursday and friday, look at how far above normal we are going to be especially on thursday, so some spring warmth is heading our way and as warm as it is going to be wednesday, thursday and friday big changes are possible over our upcoming weekend we'll chat about it all and give you a couple of different scenarios about what is going on for saturday in the seven-day forecast. >> thanks. >> children learning about black history month just received a visit from the past.
frederick douglas one of the most important black leaders of the 19th century stopped by the the frederick douglas christian school in chester and the role was played by actor fred more sell. he taught the children about his escape from slavery and his rise to become a powerful activist. >> people are talking about how devastating the flu is this season. monica malpass is live in the newsroom with details. >> reporter: that is right wash your hands, sneeze into your sleeve of course don't share drinks these are basic ways to avoid catching the flu and now dfrs say there could be something they call a flu killer. money that it's a special kind of ultra violet light and the most interesting part is it's not just for the flu. we'll have all the details coming up for tonight. and also, a big backlash over one of the most popular social media apps tonight.
why there is now a petition circling over snap chat and users are demanding the company reverse a big decision, those stories and more coming your way on "action news" at 5:00. sounds good, see you at 5. >> one of philadelphia's musical staples is preparing to take its show on the road. ♪ ♪ >> well, the vibrant sounds are from members of the philadelphia orchestra. it's just sampling here of what is to come for the large ensemble as it announces details of the upcoming tour heading to europe and israel this year. mayor jim kenney played a big role in the black history lesson at anderson elementary talking to them about the children non-violent colation founded by martin luther king jr. it is never too late to learn that, was the message today at
this technology and social media seminar for seniors at the montgomery township rec center and it featured the basics of using facebook and the eager students learned about today's alternative to cable rue cue and fire stick. can you face charges for giving a child a bad haircut. we'll show you the photos in big talkers. and why a south philadelphia school principal is paying students not to fight.
rosalind is an entomologist that happens to be studying cockroaches as part of that study she ordered 500 of those nasty critters to live in her house. unfortunately for the thief and perhaps the rock coaches that is the box they chose to steal. they have mushied and stuff so i feel bad but for the thieves i hope they went everywhere. >> i bet they did. zena says from now on she'll send the bugs to the office even if that means going in on a weekend. big talkers the principals at a southwest philadelphia elementary school has a cold hard incentive to get eighth graders to stop fighting. cash. stephfully is the principal at mitchell elementary school and here is how she as she puts it manages behavior. if all eighth graders, make it to graduation with no physical
violence each student gets $100 and drawing both cheers and criticism and either way it is working and so far this year only 8% are suspended that is down 17% from last year. so as for last year. who will foot the $3,300 bill if the peace production works she will pay tore it herself unless a sponsor steps up. she is taking it into her own hands. so, can a bad air cut constitute child abuse. something the ohio police department is considering. these are the after pictures, a 15-year-old forced to cut all of her hair off. the teen's mother took to facebook in a viral post claiming that her daughter's father and stepfather forced the girl to cut off all of her hair for punishment for getting highlights. she took her daughter to get the highlights for her birthday and
mom says it did not go down well can dad who took her for the short cut as punishment which mom says caused her teenager emotional abuse. the haskins police department say they are investigating a claim of possible child abuse and the case is pending and a local company donated a wig for the teen that says it makes her feel more like herself. if you have trouble fall ago sleep. it's a new delicious comfort food. kind of white noise that promises to sizzle you into a deep slumber the crackling town of bacon simmering on a pan. >> you guys still awake. bacon sizzle causes tingling sensation making us feel relaxed. viral video is says to be working helping people fall asleep but people say listen and
not watch because cell phones and computers do the opposite and keep us awake and in the meantime. so relaxing. >> it sounds like rain to me. >> but if you can get the scent of bacon into my bedroom. >> i wouldn't sleepy would be up looking for it. >> thank you alicia. lets get a check of the roads right now. >> want bacon now, lets check in with matt. >> maybe a blt for dinner, good evening for you brian and sharrie. out along 476 the blue route. bringing home the bacon today and heading home from work and you don't want to go this way. blue route southbound parked from the schuylkill expressway heading down toward villanova, saint davids, we have a word of a brush fire overhead and trucks are going speeding down the roadway to attend to the brush fire and it looks like no southbound traffic is getting through at the moment on the blue route 476 southbound if
this is your way home from work don't go this way. 320 or 322. we talked about pothole patching westbound past trooper road. gone now with single digit speeds from 202. smiled back into the schuylkill and king of prussia, and pothole patches flipped around and working northbound 1 the super highway and now southbound on the pennsylvania turnpike and one of the two lanes are blocked and speeds in the teens like i said last half hour head for 75 southbound. and on the big picture and 95 and fishtown a crash that is cleared out of the way and still trying to get rid of this one in barrington 295 northbound approaching route 30 the white horse pike where the plain is blocked northbound there. stick with the new jersey turnpike northbound instead. and in wilmington a crash along
second street. one in newark near the advanced auto parts. >> all right we'll see you then. stepping outside now a live look at what is shaping up to be a beautiful day today. >> a view of sky 6 hd adam joseph standing by with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast next. get the best internet with the best shows and get the best of both worlds. fios by verizon gives you the fastest internet available for only $79.99 a month online with a two year agreement, and your netflix is on us for one year. and with the gigabit connection on the 100% fiber-optic network, you can stream on up to 100 devices at once. so get the fastest internet available, plus netflix, plus up to200 tv channels, plus phone, plus a two-year price guarantee. all for just $79.99 per month. it's time to fiber optics your netflix. go to getfios.comto switch today.
adam joseph along with the accuweather forecast. i don't think we are holding on to the sunshine but the warm temperatures will get there. >> look at this seven-day forecast extremely warm for this time of year but a blip possibly in the middle of the warmth we'll can a chat about this weekend. live on sky 6 hd a lot of sun during the day today and on the
cool side. clouds are now racing in and a little system that ripples through overnight tonight. and brings the clouds and brings the warmth for the rest of the week. right now in the 30s for the rest of the area. 39 millville and philadelphia sitting at 42 degrees and as we head into the morning hours tomorrow perfect opportunity to start to think about is the broad street run, you start to get outdoors and jogging or running or just walking, pretty good weather tomorrow morning. not too cold temperatures in the mid-30s and going to 44 degrees at 11:00 in the morning. heading into the 50s for valentine's day. in fact, satellite and radar shows the system most of the showers missing us to the south and this increases the clouds from the south and west. as all of this progresses through it could touch off isolated drizzle here and there. north and west of the city, temperatures dropping below freezing there could be a potential for patchy freezing drizzle up to allentown and it's
poconos midnight or thereafter. it's very late and most of us are dry and temperatures 30 to 33 degrees. here is the valentine's day forecast. we'll warm it up for you. sunshine and not as bright as today. a dry day and winds from the southwest 50 allentown and 51 in reading and 51 and wilmington and dover. cooler with the southwest wind coming off the water and boardwalk in the upper 40s. yesterday we talked about how this weekend was going to be perfect. moving forward here, but early this morning. models a couple of them started flipping just a little bit. we are watching two pieces of energy the northern and southern jet stream. this is the european model as we get into late saturday and saturday night. and this will phase and become a sizable storm. as it passes through with rain and snow likely with a good
amount of rain or snow. this is the european model or canadian model shows the scenario and then the american model you have to look at a bunch of different things showing the different energy on friday. as they go across the country, the two jet streams stay separate and no storm at all. this is an all or nothing deal as we get into saturday night. depending on which piece of information you are looking at. as this just showed up this morning we'll see what kind of cyst consistency is moving forward. dry tomorrow and rain coming in here tomorrow night for valentine's day night. think about that if you head out late tomorrow night. warm and cloudy and 67 on thursday. and 60 on friday and a lack of sun and a lot of clouds at the end of the week on friday. with falling temperatures and of all days of the seven day, saturday is the coldest 38 with the chance of the system saturday evening into night.
and decreasing clouds sunday going up to 50 and 57 with rain possible coming in on president's day in the afternoon and limited sun and back to 66 on tuesday. and we could be in the 70s by the end of the next week. >> that completely wash as way the chance of a snow storm. >> 70s yes. >> adam thanks. we'll talk about smart tv security and how to avoid being hacked in what's the deal. my shoulders carry more than my country's pride
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your tv could be vulnerable to hacker zbhz who is controlling your tv? consumer reports finds millions of smart tvs from major manufacturers can be controlled by hackers exploiting easy to find security vulnerability. they affect samsung along with tcl and other brands that use the roku platform. >> when analyzing security, we found a vulnerability in some tvs that a hacker could write code without an owner's permission. >> they could change the channel or play offensive content or turn the tv up full blast without your control. >> there is an api that lets you usion your tablet or smart phone. and this was not properly
secured and that could let a hacker control your tv. this marks consumer reports test for standard. developed for the security of products and services. when they reached out to samsung and roku both company says they take security seriously. to find out more about what to do to protect your personal privacy and limit the amount of data your smart tv is collecting about you go to consumer reports.org for specifics about your television. i'm nydia han, channel 6 "action news." >> that will do it for "action news" at 4:00, for sharrie williams and alicia vitarelli and adam joseph, i'm brian taff. join me tonight and every night for a full hour of "action news" at 10:00 on p h l 17. >> coming up next on "action news" at 5:00, more than $2 million of dangerous narcotics will not be sold on our streets because of a joint effort
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facility on state road and their bail set at $1.5 million each. >> these two men 24-year-old caesar guzman and 30-year-old sanchez rosario were locked up by a raid of enforcement investigation. the raid yielded in terms of street value, $2.5 million worth of heroin and fentanyl. >> these drug dealers were trafficking an extraordinary amount of heroin that they were mixing with fentanyl to make it even deadlier. fentanyl is 100 more times potent than morphine. >> it would have yielded 250,000 individual doses for addicts on the street. philadelphia has the highest