Listen: Richard Picard, Joshua Horner, Kim Tunnicliffe discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Time one nineteen seventy two degrees right now in Boston cloudy skies could see the occasional shower or storm this afternoon. We will be seeing a high in the lower eighties today. Very sticky and humid out there as well. Full forecast. Coming up in about four minutes right here on WBZ our top stories now the president and first lady back in Washington today. After attending the flight ninety three memorial service in Pennsylvania, Mark the seventeen th anniversary of the nine eleven terror attacks. United Airlines flight ninety three crashed in the field near Shanksville after the passengers overtook their hijackers national weather service says hurricane Florence has the potential to cause massive damage to the southeast coast. They're predicting the storm will reach category five before it makes landfall on Thursday on Wall Street right now, the Dow Jones having a pretty banner day up one hundred fifty five points, the s&p five hundred up thirteen and the NASDAQ is up forty four in other news and Northbridge man charged with. A horrific act of animal abuse appears before a judge today. Richard Picard was arraigned in Uxbridge district court WBZ's, Kim Tunnicliffe was there. He's accused of burying an elderly dog alive because he didn't want to care for the animal anymore. Richard Picard remains free on one thousand dollars bail, charged with one count of animal cruelty. The twenty four year olds allegedly dug a hole in the woods behind his house and buried his ex-girlfriend's seventeen seventeen-year-old Shitsu Chico alive. Sunday morning Picard was reportedly upset that his former girlfriend wouldn't find Chico a new home and the dog wasn't getting along with his new kitten Chico was found breathing, but unresponsive by a friend of placards, the dog was rushed to tufts in Grafton, where he was stabilized, but ultimately had to be euthanized in Uxbridge, Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ, News Radio ten thirty WBZ news time one Twenty-one. So how much would could would Chuck Chuck if the woodchuck is rabid Wareham natural resource officers say a woodchuck that was. Acting aggressively outside of house Anthony way has tested positive for rabies. The animal was captured and sent to the department of public health rabies lab for the tests. This is the third animal and wear hand to test positive for rabies just this year pretty high number for that area. Officials now urging residents to make sure their pets received the rabies vaccine. And if you see an animal acting sickly or aggressive to contact the department right away. Well, an unexpected jailbreak of sorts Chuck Sivertsen has the story. Joshua horner. From Redmond Oregon was convicted last year of sexual abuse of a minor who testified that Horner threatened to shoot her pets. If she went to police and said, she saw him fatally shoot her dog to make his point Horner. Arash, the Oregon innocence project for help they heard that the dog was given away by Horner's, then girlfriend. They found it through an undisputed chain of custody and her looks indicating the girl lied under oath. The judge dismissed the case Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news."