Listen: Oakland, Latifah, Carlos Roa Haas discussed on Morning Edition
"Q. e. d. news good morning I'm Brian watt Bart police have arrested the man accused of stabbing two women at Oakland's MacArthur station Sunday, night eighteen year old NIA Wilson was killed her twenty six year old sister Latifah was critically injured Bart. Police chief Carlos ROA Haas announced the arrest of John Lee cowl last night the guy came up behind me Stabbed her in rapid succession two times and then stabbed her sister in that same way so it basically happen at. The snap of the fingers. At the drop of the pen back quick Rojo says video, footage shows. Cowl changing his clothes after the attack authorities say they do not yet. Know a motive we'll go back to Oakland for another, story in just over fifteen minutes meanwhile contra Costa county supervisors plan to vote today. On ordering local law enforcement to collect the demographic information of the people they arrest prosecute and jail sukey. Lewis reports. A little over. A year ago contra. Costa's racial Justice task force started analyzing the county's Justice system data to identify racial disparities it found higher arrest. Rates for black youth and adults and that black defendants, were more likely to be held in jail before trial today the board of supervisors. Is set to vote on recommend Nations for reducing. Those disparities including diversion programs and pretrial release programs the task force is. Also, recommending broader data collection so county leaders can understand what interventions are working."