Mister Edwards, Officer, Seven Hundred W discussed on Mark Blazor

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Training and the a board of realtors is going to help them do that according to Mister to Haiti the city manager he said we're in the process of implementing bias training for city employees are my my fear is this is okay I I certainly harm was done in a great misdeed was done to Mr is a Mister Edwards but as I contend and I I still the more I think about this in the more this year the who's at fault as the person call nine one one this guy's a retired police officer and if you call in and say I'm a copper next up the dispatcher in the responding officers knowing this you're probably gonna treat you a little bit better in your words can carry more weight than your average citizen into the credit of the nine one one dispatcher the dispatch of asked him are you sure some an open house you know it's not an open house there's no open house today two black males broke into this house the guy who saw this the Copley retired cop Brannigan saw it deal looked out his window and saw Mr is some put a shoulder into a door I my wife on the show yesterday talk about she said typically most and if you think about this is true most people don't go through the front door most people go through a garage or a side door most people don't use their front door ten other home not everyone but most people if you think about it that that's the case right your front one last time you went to your front door from usually people got their garage if it's attached if it's on a test like this and what price so you go through a side door you know you park your car usually your your your side doors what you go through where you park your car not not you so the front door it should therefore industries especially heat humidity now this is back in November and called the factor too but typically those stores don't get open lot they tend to stick inches is more often than not I got a little shoulder little muscle in the door to get to open so if I am the caller in this case Tom brand again and I see this ago out look like they're trying to maybe slam the door to break it open we got a problem he called nine one one it's reported as a felony break in because he identifies himself as a police officer the officers respond if you had a chance to see the video I I looked at syncing several times and went well first of all the officers were courteous AT and granted the female officer who got Mister is some to come out of the house first followed by Mister Edwards was had had a gun out her gun drawn he came out with their hands up she put her side arm away cuff Mr is some another off the cuff Edwards Edwards started complaining and rightly so he should have been upset saying it was profiling that's what he didn't understand was and the cop explain this to him said look you know what you don't know that we're racist we're doing our jobs you've never been on a ride along with credit and said look I'm not to be called a racist what I have going on here is the fact that we got a breaking and entering call found only breaking and entering and we respond accordingly because at the end of they we don't want to get shot there's been plenty cases were suspect bin and a house in and fired on the officers because they didn't want to go to jail this is why the female officer drawer weapon because she was right there on the line of fire and once you realize that neither one of them posed a threat once a custom they look for some ID confirmed with their their on their merry way in a perfect world this doesn't happen right but the thing that disturbs me is how quickly this whole thing got settled in this is along the lines of what what happened at the spring Grove Kroger in the tasting the eleven year old is the eleven year old kid and granted it's a kid but the policy the city said seven to seventy you need a taste it's interesting to I will note in in the case of officer Kevin brown who did the tasting the criticism was well why don't you go white nude physically grab her why did you fall on her what would the optics of a two hundred plus con man be on a I don't know and a kid who maybe sixty five or seventy pounds not good Furthermore I would contend this the same people who complain about this a lot of the same people complain say that would be excessive force the tastings excessive force or in the case of this one directly is all what you don't taste someone you should try to restrain someone who's that little okay then we can just go to what happened of course and I I think it was a a I I think all around was horrible what happened and New York City you know here's a guy in a big guy by the way who cell on the loose cigarettes which is a stupid reason arrest guy they try to cut off on the day of three or four five officers jump on the guy in doubt why he says he can't breathe anyone's of dying as a result of this well okay not now you're asking for you people to be physically were that that's what they did New York City in Brooklyn and and that's only want to die because the officer Ronnie said I can't breathe and and he died what was a cry there what you should taste in and that's the problem when you listen the court of public opinion aren't you cannot win if your lan forth a lot of cases you can't win I know I look at this case to go I see the bulk of the of the fault line with the person calling on one one especially since as a retired cop he is seeing things that maybe he thinks he's saying that he's not saying and for and I would never determine because he's a retired officer what what he learned what he saw on the street in a different time different age mind you probably still biases in today did he seize two black guys break in and we thought was breaking in the house he called a dense okay I've seen this before west price hill crime is higher this is why and keep an eye out because I'm a retired cop and I think I see something that's happening so to me it's a little more way to them like a George Zimmerman for example with Trayvon Martin echoes drive around looking for trouble any founded sadly in in Trayvon Martin died as a result of that this is a little bit different he's looking out for his neighbors and the like and we live in a day and age where you see something you're supposed to say something any debt but the idea that there's a hundred and fifty one thousand dollars settlement here's a hell of a lot of money to the city I had the I guess the problem I have with this is just how quickly the city were were to go okay our officers were wrong you know what I I think if you're to blame it has a lot to go around here too we live in a perfect world obviously I look at and go and that's a nine one one caller and not that we should be prosecuting not that we should be punishing or deterring anyone from calling nine one one because as people suggest last couple days well yeah I agree with you Scott it's a nine one one caller we need tougher laws for people we already have laws that say if you falsely call nine one one it's like pulling a firearm right someone pulls an alarm in there's no fire there's a penalty for that there's a penalty for false reporting are calling nine one one we have a family for that I don't think we need a penalty though for people who call nine one one to report something that they think is happening in reality it's something else because it just discourages anyone from picking up the phone and call nine one we need more people to a let's face it in this day and age you tend to ignore things more people engage in getting help for people not less but the burden is always on the cops right the cop shop the all they know is two guys break into the house through the front door west price hill go now if you got two guys in the house two men and I am female officer out front is standing literally in the line of fire if you watch the video the prepositioning there's the there's the door that they entered in and and she's commanding them out she has a gun raised at the high ready but it's not like your fingers on the trigger an almost white is it to and I'm not taking away think from Jerry ism and Anthony Edwards because they are ultimately the victims of this whole thing there's no question about it they're doing what we do all the time they're doing something my wife does every day and that is go with the client and look at a house she said the police called on her a few times never had a gun pointed in never handcuff so that's something we could look at but again we're she shows houses tends to be in areas like Mason in Westchester another you don't see a lot of those things there where west price hill east price hill you got some serious problems in areas where you have shot spotter technology cameras up that that those are high crime neighborhood so you're going to produce that differently if you're a cop the protocols the same if you got a felony breaking and entering call in in Westchester in Mason Ernie Anderson are cops there yeah you can respond to you know there's someone actively breaking in a home you're probably gonna have your gun drawn of these raised at the high ready in in case something but you don't see a lot of that it it's usually someone going into tripping alarm and they respond alarm in ninety nine times of a hundred yeah it is it it's that it's a realtor showing a property somebody dropping something off its a relative going to put something on somebody's counter some brownies are saying you know they don't bother to tell them that they have an alarm system so different circumstance but man how to and I guess the thing is settling right away a hundred fifty one thousand dollars in the drop of a hat the city because they okay here go to Coppell they're kind of Rumsfeld would like all right well what the the perception is it's the fall of the cops instead of going Hey you know what more reasonable thing is it's it's it's a chance for the city to go look when you call nine one one all right just report what you see Tom what's going on as opposed to tell listen to Calvary but I I I got a problem with that because I think it makes a cop job harder I saw the cot and they felt bad about it too but they're doing their jobs they're very direct in what they do is cops often are I and I feel badly certainly for Jerry a semantic errors and I think that there's an element certainly there's no question about the race is a factor honestly as it usually is what's in the city of Cincinnati but I saw this awhile hundred fifty one grand anyway Jerry sins in studio Willie come up at the twelve oh six today on seven hundred W. O. W. all right after the break you're gonna get us another crime and punishment story this involves idiot this woman and date did you see this the one that wiped out the family for Mason on I seventy five did you hear what happened on her case the reason why she was driving the wrong way on seventy five we'll get to that next seven hundred W. W. Scott this is seven hundred W. L. W. Anne Michaels is the a twenty year old woman that charge six counts of murder six Jack vehicular homicide in one county do you why after killing the Thompson family in Mason on Saint Patrick's day prosecutors in Montgomery County a bomb shell yesterday when they said well alcohol really wasn't a factor what what happened was she and her husband her husband just filed for divorce two days prior and Abby Michaels and twenty one decided to take her own life by going the wrong way on I. seventy five and instead she lives in in a family the mom the dad to daughter died leaving an orphan behind this one to me makes no sense but talking to people near the cases said the Iraqi their setting this thing up to be a a mental issue and I I just look at and go you gotta be kidding is this woman has been filed for divorce in her defense is going to be I was out it was crazy hence premeditated murder I hope to god that they'll get the same judge a thick Casey other day you're in Cincinnati where if you're a woman you get a different sentence of a man you get off the guy goes to prison sunny here news is next seven hundred W. autobody supply sandy Collins seven hundred W. all W. dot com pope Francis remembers astronaut Neil Armstrong fifty years.

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