Carl Stokes, Amtrak, Kristen Johanson discussed on 24 Hour News
Thursday, sunny, chilly and breezy with a high of fifty one degrees. The full five day forecast. Coming up in a few minutes. The Amtrak engineer charged in the deadly twenty fifteen crash will likely go to trial next year. But Wednesday lawyers on both sides of the case expressed frustration about not being able to get critical evidence. Haywire ws, Kristen Johanson reports. Both the prosecution and defense they've spent several months trying to get pictures investigative reports and videos crucial for the case against Brandon Bostian. Who's been charged in the crash, the National Transportation Safety board has agreed to start handing over what they have. We don't have any of the internal or external video footage from any of the trains that were involved in this disaster. Brian Monaco represents Boston by that. I mean, our Amtrak train the other Amtrak train that was struck by stones. The septa train. That was struck by stones septa has handed over reports and records they have from that day. But Amtrak has not we've reached out to Amtrak but have not yet heard back. Kristen Johanson, KYW NewsRadio a fishing trip lead to the arrest of a bucks county prison guard who was out on medical leave KYW suburban bureau chief Jim Melwert reports correctional facility guard Carl Stokes filed for workers comp November twenty seventeen but according to a criminal complaint after the county was alerted the several social media posts listening Stokes as a fishing guide for real river adventures to undercover officers book to half day trip for two hundred forty hours during which he moved around the boat without restriction bucks county prosecutor Mark Ferber generally acted WI without any type of limitation during the trip when confronted about a form filled out saying it wasn't making money through other employment. The court documents say Stokes told investigators his lawyer said it was okay because he was not making money. The only recouping expenses Stokes is charged with multiple felonies including worker's comp insurance fraud and theft by deception at the suburban bureau, Jim Melwert, KYW NewsRadio. A woman artists generally overlooked in the history of impressionists is now being recognized the US debut of her exhibit opens at the Barnes foundation. KYW's Steve tower was there..