Digital Brief: April 7, 2020 (PM)

Jessica Kartalija has your Wednesday night Digital Brief.

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JESSICA KARTALIJA: I'm Jessica Kartalija with your evening digital news brief for Wednesday, April 7. A construction worker pulled out of a trench after it partially collapsed. Chopper 3 was over Lower Pottsgrove this afternoon around 2:00. This is on Evergreen Road. The worker was alert as paramedics put him in an ambulance. We're still working to learn his condition and what caused that trench to collapse.

A former Warminster Township police officer faces dozens of counts after being accused of sexually abusing teenagers. James Carey is out on bail tonight. He's accused of molesting and sexually assaulting at least four teenage boys over a span of what detectives believe could be 20 years. Prosecutors say the abuse happened while Carey worked as a DARE officer. Carey retired from the Warminster force in 2009.

An Ocean City police sergeant is in custody accused of sexual assault. Authorities say they began investigating 50-year-old Tyrone Rolls after getting reports that he was having a sexual relationship with a juvenile. Rolls is facing a count of aggravated sexual assault, as well as endangering the welfare of a child. He also faces additional charges. The Cape May County prosecutor's office is asking anyone with information to contact them. We reached out to prosecutors to find out if Rolls was still on the force.

Camden County says more than 2,000 appointments are open right now for people who are trying to get a COVID vaccine. As of this morning, about 2,700 appointments were still available for the mega-site at Camden County College in Blackwood. If you're interested, either call or go to the Camden County website to sign up. We put all the information on That clinic is open until 8:00 all week.

As eligibility for the COVID vaccine expands in the city, a Philadelphia clinic is bracing for an influx of people wanting to get a shot. Today, Eyewitness News was at Cannstatter, a German-American club in Torresdale. People were waiting in line to get their dose, and the Philadelphia Department of Health says about a quarter of city residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine.

Well, you can always get the latest on these stories and more here on That's the latest for the evening digital brief. I'm Jessica Kartalija.