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"alabama police department" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I'm Leah Brandon, Alabama could have a covert 19 vaccine by the end of the year. That's the word from the state health officer, Dr Scott Harris is surely going to be in short supply went in. His first release, he says some people will get priority. Certain other chronic illnesses that put him in a high risk for disease are going to be in the top group as well as health care workers who are at high risk. Either for disease themselves because they're in one of those other categories or just at high risk of exposure because of the work that they do. Ari says he expects the vaccine to be widely available by the spring and it will be free is certainly they're not going to be charged for the vexing. We absolutely want to make sure it's available to everyone, regardless of ability to pay, he says. The State Health Department is working to address the concerns of people who are hesitant about getting vaccinated. I'm Jim Farraday. Tuscaloosa Man is charged with sexual extortion Angie Norville reports. Authorities have announced federal charges against Austin J. Brown after they got complaints from several victims. Investigators have not elaborated on the details of these alleged crimes. Do what they say is they're sensitive nature, They say. Brown, who's out of jail on bond is not a U. S student. More charges are expected. Additional victims are asked to contact the University of Alabama Police Department or the West Alabama human trafficking. Taskforce to make a report. I mean gene or fell. Alabama head coach Nick Saban tested positive for Corona virus this week, but he says he hopes to coach in tomorrow's game. He says he does not have a fever or any other symptoms. Covic Protocol prohibits him from going to team facilities well in quarantine. But if he tests negative three times before tomorrow, he may be able to coach. There's been talk of him using the tower. College football for the weekend. Number two Alabama welcoming number three Georgia at Bryant Denny tomorrow night and number 14 Auburn travelling to Colombia tomorrow, taking on South Carolina. I'm Leah Brandon, and this is Alabama's morning news. Now back to your host..

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Ford employees ask the company to stop making police cars

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

05:47 min | 8 months ago

Ford employees ask the company to stop making police cars

"Motor Company is out with a Ah, process that they're going through about 100 employees have gone public with their request to the automaker to stop selling police vehicles because Police are brutal and they're racist. Ford executives are weighing the request and have not yet made an announcement. But there's a lot of pressure on social media for Ford to tell police departments they will no longer sell. The vehicles to them. So what is Toyota get vehicles them selling, you know, picking up the slack market share because right now serious, San Diego has Toyota four runners the SUVs. So I mean, thie employees air urging the cut that their boss the company do not make and sell. Ah police units. Ah, police cruisers to city so that Some other. There's still gonna be police cars. Why would you not want to get your fair share of that market place? If your employees of Ford apparently, these people don't want their jobs, I mean, I would put them on the top of the list of fire. All right, somebody safe and your name to the layoff list If we lose the contract, you know, with the Tuscaloosa, Alabama Police Department that you're the 1st 1 to relinquish your well, why don't you just quit forward then? I mean, why? Why? Why does four have to stop making the product? That's what they're in the business of doing is making automobiles. Yeah. Bia Social Justice warrior full time. You don't need to work out. Ford, you know, support is not consistent with your values. So be a social justice warrior. Put your money where your mouth is and quit your job, mate. This This is absurd. I've decided. I don't like it. Don't don't want to give Ah police Cruiser to Ah! Ah, car to the police. But does that mean that you also are going to use 901? I'd love to get the name of the 100 people and block their ability from their cell phone to dial 911 is apparently where they don't need no police and there's their community. They don't need cars. They don't need police. So no. 911 for you. I mean, this is where you start pointing out the Um, the bankruptcy of some of these folks in terms of what they're saying, their advocate and and the absolute absolute juvenile nature of these causes. I mean, this is child's play, right? I mean, this's not thoughtful. This isn't academic. This isn't deep. This isn't even You know, argumentative. I mean, this is this is just this is foolishness. This is this is child's play. The head of Ford has sent a letter to employees and it it reads in part, quote as we meet weekly in our global team huddles. Invariably there are questions that don't get answered, given the short time we have together. Or simply would be better addressed off line. On it goes on to talk about. Ah Ah, you know the fact that quote Bill Ford, and I believe deeply that there is no room for systemic repression and racism that have been exhibited by law enforcement encounters gone wrong. Um Your your product had nothing to do with it. Why are you taking ownership of part of the problem? You made the car. You didn't make the police officer or even the police officer's equipment or the rule book and I go back to having a CEO of a company. Come out with a statement like that. That that somehow they've made the judgment that racism was driving. Ah, ah, the inappropriate use of force. Again. I don't think we can say that. I think it's nice to say Well, if the cop is white, and the suspect was black, the victim was black. So therefore it must be racism. That's a pretty lousy assumption to be making. And to have a CEO of one of our largest companies come out and basically validate that and then go on in a what is a nine paragraph letter explaining how they're wrestling with this decision about literally saying we're not gonna sell cars to a pretty significant portion. You know, we had at least I think 600 800 cars. Andi. I know that these are not cheap cars. So let's say that there because they're there outfitted with a bunch of special equipment and stuff. So let's say that these cars are 50 grand each for the city of San Diego. Alone. That's a $40 million hit for Ford. For just a cycle of vehicles $40 million. That's just for San Diego Police department, then multiply that by all the police departments across the country. Your shareholder and Ford. Relatively ticked. Out on the opposite end of the spectrum. I'm not a shareholder in Ford. I'm relatively ticked. I'm just relatively tick that the company is taking this kind of stance. Whether they're toward with their emotions. It's the car. It isn't the attitude of the law enforcement official. It isn't It isn't anybody. It's it's the inanimate object, but yet they feel like that. Somehow they're contributing to systemic racism by manufacturing, a police unit. Now on the other end of the spectrum. A CEO of a food company paid a small compliment to President Trump. A Rose Garden ceremony yesterday. And now he is facing calls for resignation, and even members of Congress have urged people to boycott the food manufacturer.

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"alabama police department" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Shots do and out right now speaking this do will do five things we need to know we think we need to know from the world of sports your security clearances on a basis these are five things you need to know number one all right bill I still feels weird it's been a while I not what what we've been on the show like less than the other four weeks ago about a month ago that's that's that's all right what was the month while now I think it's like it's like three weeks ago maybe yeah it's been awhile itself we've been been a minute all right self after suffering a torn ACL in practice a week and a half ago if you're that Lakers senator markets because it may have some bigger issues on this thousand allegedly drowned ex girlfriend Christy west on August twenty third for not letting their son attend his wedding which is over this past weekend TMZ has obtained the audio which allegedly includes cousins go to the mall no he's not so west also went to mobile Alabama police department and filed a report with the cops a police spokesperson told TMZ that they have opened an investigation into the allegations and the Lakers also issued a statement they think quote we are a where of the allegation involving the market's cousins and of course take this claim seriously we are in the process of gathering information and will reserve further comment at this time if I'm not mistaken the NBA also opened an investigation earlier today I can't imagine the the difficulty on all four sides of the equation father mother and child into custody you.

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"alabama police department" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on KNSS

"Station's interior and exterior place vintage gas pumps in the parking lot, and install neon lighting route sixty six also called the mother road was one of the first roads in the United States highway system. It connected, Chicago, Los Angeles and was an economic driver for small towns across the US after World War Two the route changed a number of times through the years and eventually became less of a destination. Thanks to new interstate highways. Amy Webb Cayenne s news police chief Lawrence Batiste of the mobile, Alabama. Police department remembers officer Sean Tudor officer tutor was killed in the line of duty on Sunday while trying to execute a warrant at the peach palace in the young man, work heart and his his short time with us. I think less than five years on a department. He was really just getting into that port of his career where he started have a really major impact on not just the people in community, but the men and women that work here in this department. This is the second police laying in Alabama so far this year. The alleged suspect has been identified as nineteen year old Marco Peres. A new study says Kansas goes further than any other state in limiting and low state and local agencies from influencing policy about food nutrition. Labels and portion sizes the Kansas news service reporting that a New York University. Researchers recent study found the Kansas does more to limit the authority of local governments on food policy than any of the other thirteen states with similar legislation. Pomeranz says Kansas basically handed over control of food policy issues to the federal government a police officer in mobile Alabama was killed in the line of duty Sunday after following leads on a suspect mobile. Police chief Lawrence Batiste explains. We lost another officer in the line of duty officer,.

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"alabama police department" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Mark Twain, Bank can't show. I'm David Bank camp. That is got Robin. I think this is up on the Mark leeann van camp show Facebook page, if not it'll be up there this afternoon. There's a sad story out of Lexington. Kentucky. Did you see this? There is a truck fire. Oh, I did crispy cream donuts truck went up in flames. The drivers fine. Everybody's but okay truck is a total loss though. While the Lexington police department. Shared a picture of it being loaded onto a flatbed, and it's just charred to help. And they have a couple of pictures of their officers looking like, they're crying in the right sleeping. The caption is no words along with a crying emoji funny. They're just mourning the loss of the Donut truck. So a whole bunch of police departments from all over the country and all over the world actually have weighed in on this as well Madison, Alabama police department, we mourn with you. There's also the NYPD says hang tight, we are sending backup forthwith and these guys came prepared. We hope you like sprinkles police service or the police service of Northern Ireland road in response. They said the horror we may we may call a Donut a gravy ring here in Northern Ireland. But we can still understand your pain. Stay strong guys tough times. Don't last tough cops do hashtag we stand with D. It's fun to see people just kind of having fun because not what's so funny about somebody's livelihood going up in smoke fine Donut. Driver family house, you couldn't feed his family. Now. I just like it when you know, if you spend any amount of time on social media, you can come away with the thought that everything is horrible and people are just horrible to one another. It's good to see every once in a while. You just goof having some fine people are having fun with it. Crispy cream also got in on it. Did it really they had the little prayer emoji. They said we're thinking of you during this difficult time and have more donuts on the way. That's awesome. That's funny. That's just good. Right. You want to try to cleanse the palate. I appreciate that here on the first show of twenty nineteen. Well, then we got a wreck at all with nimrods in the news. Okay. At some point..

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"alabama police department" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Up after the news at eleven oh seven I got a couple of choose from here. You might hit the Alabama. Let's we're going to head to Alabama. And my goodness something that an Alabama area. Police department has done that has angered the Wisconsin based freedom from religion foundation. That's next on WTMJ eleven o nine final hour. The Friday edition of the show the strip Eli show. Hopefully, he is feeling better a little bit under the weather this week the vocal cord issue going. He's been on a steady diet prescription even of hot Totti's, and he is. 'cause after three days he's out of brandy. He's had a whisky. He's starting to make hot Totti's with Nyquil. Just doesn't taste go with that? So Steve will be back next Wednesday after our special Christmas programming on Monday and Tuesday. Eric is always here. Okay. A little bit after eleven o'clock after eleven thirty rather little Christmas slash holiday trivia. Going to have some fun with that how much Christmas do, you know? Interesting. Before that though. To get your reaction to this story. This is out of Alabama and kind of a simple question. Just react to this. Is this offensive to you does this cross the line of religion and government, religion, and politics, and whether or not one should never get involved with the other. This is an Alabama police department. It has a local tie as the story reported by one of the local Associated Press a rural Alabama police department that used social media to scold community members for rejecting God is coming under fire from our very own that being the Wisconsin based freedom from religion foundation. Here's the statement as it was put out by the police department. The city the tablet is spelled o p p. Okay. I'm gonna say. Got a fifty fifty shot. We'll call the police department. Here's the Facebook message. Okay. Four one four seven nine nine one six twenty accurate mortgage, talk and text line. Does this offend you does this cross the line of religion being implemented into governmental bodies, which is a no, no? Here's the message. This past Sunday. A young man was shot and killed in Kingston Monday night. A mother was shot and killed in northern Covington county there have been five murders in Covington county in two thousand eighteen this is the Facebook post by the police department. These murders have been done by our young people. This is happening because we have turned away from God and embraced Satan. We may have not meant to do. So, but we have it is time to ask for God's help to stop this. It is time to be parents and raise our children not have them. Raise us. It is time to fully support law enforcement and stand by the officers and deputies that are far too often having to walk into these dangerous situations and clean up the mess. Friends. It is time to stand up and be responsible grownup leaders in our community bottom line. There are sheep. There are wolves. And there are sheepdogs which group do you belong to bad again default Facebook, posting by the op police department, this is a community in Alabama. And as we say, they are blaming a spike in area homicides on the idea the young people have turned away from God. And in their words embraced Satan. Now, they're Wisconsin based freedom from religion foundation says the police in this town, which by the way is only about sixty five hundred people. And if you consider that were what are we there have been five mothers and Covington county in two thousand eighteen and it's a community of sixty five hundred it's tiny. But nevertheless, the good, folks. Good votes. Wisconsin. Based religion foundation say that the police have made a mistake here. They are wrong to promote religion. With the social media message saying it is illegal for a government entity to endorse or criticized religious belief. Do you agree or disagree with the sentiment by the police? Do you agree or disagree with the folks at the freedom from religion foundation that say this is an illegal act again, the key phrase in that Facebook message the one that is drawing the attention of the ir is this. This is happening referring to the five murders and Covington county and twenty eight this is happening because we have turned away from God and embraced Satan. We may have not meant to do. So, but we have it has time to ask for God's help to stop this. Does that offend you four one four seven nine nine one six twenty is that illegal does that cross the line again? Of a government entity to endorse criticize religious belief four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. And of course, the accurate mortgage, talk and text line will go to you next. News out of Washington. He Republican Senate leaders Mitch McConnell and his brass if you will have about left.

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"alabama police department" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Coming up after the news at eleven oh seven I got a couple of choose from here. You might hit the Alabama. Let's we're going to head to Alabama. And my goodness something that an Alabama area. Police department has done that has angered the Wisconsin based freedom from religion foundation. That's next on WTMJ eleven o nine final hour the Friday edition of the he show this cathedral's show. He is feeling better a little bit under the weather this week at the vocal cord issue going. He's been on a steady diet a prescription even of hot Totti's, and he. 'cause after three days, he's outta brandy. He's had a whisky. He's starting to make hot Totti's with Nyquil. It just doesn't taste go with that. So Steve will be back next Wednesday after our special Christmas programming on Monday and Tuesday. Eric is always here. Okay. Little bit after eleven o'clock after eleven thirty rather little Christmas slash holiday trivia. And gonna have some fun with that how much Christmas do, you know? Interesting. Before that, though what I get your reaction to this story. This is out of Alabama and. Kind of a simple question. Just we act to this is this offensive to you does this cross the line of religion and government, religion, and politics, and whether or not one should never get involved with the other. This is an Alabama police department. It has a local tie as the story reported by one of the local Associated Press. A rural Alabama police department. That used social media to scold community members for rejecting God is coming under fire from our very own that being the Wisconsin based freedom from religion foundation. Here's the statement as it was put out by the police department. The city the talent is spelled o p p. I'm going to say, oh, I got a fifty fifty shot. We'll call the police department. Here's the Facebook message. Okay. Four one four seven nine nine one six twenty accurate mortgage, talk and text line. Does this offend you does this cross the line of religion being implemented into governmental bodies, which is a no, no? Here's the message. This past Sunday. A young man was shot and killed and Kingston Monday night. A mother was shot and killed in northern Covington county there have been five murders in Covington county in two thousand eighteen this is the Facebook post by the police department. These murders have been done by our young people. This is happening because we have turned away from God and embraced Satan. We may have not meant to do. So, but we have it is time to ask for God's help to stop this. It is time to be parents and raise our children not have them. Raise us. It is time to fully support law enforcement and stand by the officers and deputies that are far too often having to walk into these dangerous situations and clean up the mess. Friends. It is time to stand up and be responsible grownup leaders in our community bottom line. There are sheep. There are wolves. And there are sheepdogs which group do you belong to that? Again, the full Facebook posting by the op police department, this is a community in Alabama. And as we say, they are blaming a spike in area homicides on the idea that young people have turned away from God. And in their words embraced Satan. Now, they're Wisconsin based freedom from religion foundation says the police in this town, which by the way is only about sixty five hundred people. And if you consider there were what did we say there have been five murders in Covington county in two thousand eighteen and its community of sixty five hundred and it's tiny. But nevertheless, the good, folks. Good folks, Heke, Wisconsin based fearing from foundation say that the police have made a mistake here. They are wrong to promote religion. With the social media message saying it is illegal for a government entity to endorse or criticize religious belief. Do you agree or disagree with the sentiment by the police? Do you agree or disagree with the folks at the freedom from religion foundation that say this is an illegal act again, the key phrase in that Facebook message the one that is drawing the attention of the ir is this. This is happening referring to the five murders and Covington county in two thousand eighteen this is happening because we have turned away from God and embraced Satan. We may have not meant to do. So, but we have it is time to ask for God's help to stop this. Does that offend you four one four seven nine nine one six twenty is that illegal does that cross the line again? Of a government entity to endorse or criticize religious belief four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that. Of course, the accurate mortgage, talk and text line will go to you next. News out of Washington. Republican Senate leaders Mitch McConnell and his brass if you will have about.

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"alabama police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"State law. Newsradio. It is a m ten twenty k Steve Indu Cain. Steve. Appreciate you calling before we're done. What's up? Here we go. I can hear you as good as I'm going to be able to speak. So go ahead. Because. Say I'm open the correction on this. My understanding of one of the reasons why were staying in Afghanistan is often spoken about the Afghantistan Pakistan border, particularly can more very porous Afghanistan is a tribal country nationalist country that tribalism spreads through that porous border into Pakistan, Pakistan is a nuclear armed complete non proliferation aquarium it, of course, they are north of India who was another nuclear country stable Afghanistan is an important part of the international safety. I'm not privy to the conversations. And is anyone listening is what's going on in in in department of defense? If so forth, but I think that's a consideration of why we are in Afghanistan for this ungodly long. Amidst you've last night is bad ring ex-servicemen. I hate the fact that I wish we could bring our traits. But I think it's a lot more complex than reach. The I I think the last thing you just said is what needs to be the first thing said every time there are things about these decisions that I absolutely don't know all of the information. None of us do on the surface when I see troops coming home from Iran troops coming home from Afghanistan. The first thing I think is those are American kids might have gotten blown up now won't get blown up. And I like that. But I it's not lost on me that every advisor in every military person and everybody that has spent way more time studying Middle Eastern politics than I ever could are all freaking out the destabilizing. Well, even Fox News said ISIS wins with us doing this with us. And watching that there's so many things that I don't understand about it. But the people that are yelling, it's a bad idea. I know those are people that have spent their entire lives studying it. Are you do you have towards a disregard for expertise or? Yeah. When one eight four years study by the administration comes back and says global warming is a factor in the president says, I believe my gut more than I believe that yet. Thank maybe a little. Oh, yeah. I was posing yet as a retort. I know I know you are I know you weren't. But I wanted to hear your response because I think there are a lot of people out there that don't get out that don't well. It's the difference between being ignorant being willfully ignorant, Steve. And there's a big difference. But yeah, and it's not just on one side. It's not just on one side that people are being willfully ignorant. But yes, when you have an administration say point blank. They don't believe what the four years studied that the administration. Just nah. Yeah. When you have somebody that say, he's a master negotiator and a great business man and his companies went bankrupt tavern times. And nobody notices that. Yes. We choose to believe what we it's a song from an ever clear song. You believe what you want to believe? Ignorant is not knowing willful ignorance is having somebody trying to explain that theory, and you putting your fingers in years and going Lila, and it happens with Trump supporters and it happens with Hillary Clinton supporters. Whistling past the graveyard kind of stuff. That's that's ego. And we all have it. And for example, is the quote by Mark Twain, it's much easier to fool people than it is to convince them they've been fooled. Because to convince somebody that you got fooled or you got snookered or you got taken or whatever. That involves the person coming to terms with ain't the brightest bulb in the tree at least in that instance, to admit you were fooled by something. I mean, you have to admit. Do a bruised ego. And we all do it. But the choice of not not wanting to talk about what used to be considered backed. Yeah. And that's on both sides to this. Text reads, God hardened Faeroes heart. Not sure what that's in reference to. But I will say later on the kids warmed Pharaoh's heart with they warm island song. Now, a cool island song. Kevin and Weirton. Kevin. Thank you for calling. You're on Katie k Ang high. The reason for the wall. None of them are paying taxes that are here illegally. When my grandfather, actually, actually, I believe they do don't they? No, they don't they don't pay taxes under the table. Well, but then you gotta you gotta think about this. Kevin not disagreeing with you. But it my life is so miserable that I'm willing to make that chance the motivation for me to take that chance only exist if there's a rainbow that's going to lead to the part of the gold, if you're gonna bus me for trying to cross the border illegally, then you need to bust the companies that are providing the incentive for that behavior to continue. I agree. They should be big Todd fun. But the problem is work 'cause you're legitimately want to build the wall. So they asked to come through the gate fill the paperwork out jump through their hopes to be a citizen, and you're okay. They don't want to join us. This may wanna be here illegally. To take my grandparents did come here legally, they came through Ellis Island. They signed all the paperwork. They learned English. They learn what they have to do. I think the taxes I think everybody that comes to this country should come to this country legally and apply for asylum which law allows I don't I don't disagree with sneaking across the border, but the motivation sneaks across the border illegally. Is if you make it somebody's going to give you a job, and you talk about not paying taxes because they're paid under the table. Those companies that are paying them under the table aren't paying taxes on that money either. And if you're desperate enough and somebody's providing you a glimmer of hope in any way, shape or form, you're going to go for it. If you want to stop the going forward stopped a glimmer of hope being provided. I don't agree there. I agree there. You know, they don't and the people that are getting load right now. They get paid back. Once it goes signed. Well, but if I if I missed two pay periods, I got bills late. Yeah. Yeah. But they paid for all them face. Well, let me ask you that. Let me ask you this. Let me ask you this you go to work tomorrow. And your boss says, hey, Kevin, we're gonna pay everything we owe you, but I'm not going to give you a paycheck for the next two weeks or next three or four weeks or until. Would that be okay with you? It wouldn't be okay. Financially with most people. Dr truck, I retired. And I drove truck for twenty three years. I will dig move. I didn't get paid. Trough my easy dot my fine. What's that got to do with your boss holding your paycheck until they get around to it though, that ain't Kevin do meet, listen, man. Listen, listen, do me a favor. I am totally out of time. And I want to talk some more I'll be here tomorrow night. If you're out running give me a call absolutely want to hear from you type ads just ridiculously flu. Thank you very much. Real quick. A promise to story about op Alabama. The op Alabama police department earlier this week on social media blamed, a spike in homicides because the young people have turned away from God and quote embraced Satan. Op Alabama, ladies and gentlemen. Maybe they're maybe they're striking out violently 'cause they looked up and realized they lived in op Alabama. Yell at me on social media. I promise I will respond..

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"alabama police department" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And in response. One of her customers anonymously offered to pay for lunch for every police officer who ordered from her shop yesterday and Burke said they ultimately received dozens of orders from officers in the county and argument over snoring led to a stabbing at a motel Wilmington police said a fifty four year old Guillermo Marino squares was arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon. Investigators say marina of squares and another man got into an argument in their hotel room Wednesday and that led to the stabbing the victims injuries were not life-threatening. It's unclear which man snoring sparked the argument and the Pentagon is developing plans to withdraw up to half of the fourteen thousand American troops fighting in Afghanistan. Senator Lindsey Graham is in Afghanistan. He doesn't think is a good idea after having spent all these years and this much blood and treasure every jihadists throughout the world will be on stage. Royds? President Trump has long pushed pope to pull troops out of Afghantistan considering the war a lost cause a rural Alabama police department that you social media to scold community members for rejecting God. It's coming under fire from the group freedom from religion. They oppose mixing government and religious faith. A statement posted on Facebook by the police department in Alabama on Tuesday blames a spike in area homicides on the idea that young people have turned away from God and have quote embraced Satan. The post followed two gunshot killings in as many days in Covington county Covington county is located on the Alabama Florida line, and you're WBZ money watch at this hour. The Dow's down one sixty one the SMP's off twenty five and the NASDAQ is down one twenty eight.

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"alabama police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:45 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mitchell. Evill welcome back to the daily dive weekend edition. The craziest stories that was developing all week long was that of Sam little he was a man who had been arrested for murder. He was serving time in Los Angeles. He got a transfer to another jail in Texas, and he struck up a relationship with a Texas ranger there who was investigating some other crimes. And then he started singing he started claiming that killed at least ninety people across the United States. Police started doing their due diligence. They were able to confirm his involvement, and at least thirty six different murders e was sharing details about where bodies were found identifiers about the women he targeted specifically a lot of women that were prostitutes and drug addicts as investigators put it people that nobody would miss we spoke to James Queely. He's a reporter for the LA times. Just for more on this bizarre story of a man who could be the most prolific serial killer in American history. And we started off by talking about just how we're hearing about. Him. Now Sam has made news before he's been in law enforcement custody multiple times in the past on some of the very murders. He has now confessed to as far back as in the eighties. He was one of the killing that he confessed to recently. He was arrested for in Mississippi back in nineteen eighty two other one in Florida. He actually stood trial for murdering Gainesville in the mid to early eighties and was acquitted and since confessed to that you might be a millionaire with named Sam little in Los Angeles area as he was convicted of three cold-case homicides here in two thousand fourteen but prior to that he had never been successfully tried in the past house. He escaping so much. I mean, I know he was tried and he got quitted in no jail time before I know he got caught in these last three murderers that were related to Los Angeles. But before that, how did he evade Justice, then one of the main issues here the length of time is claimed to have been targeting women for he began this killing spree by admission in nineteen seventy and a lot of the murders. He admitted to. Took place in that decade or in the early eighties kind of predating these large scale DNA databases where he might come up with a pattern to police. He predates FBI cap system. And also, according to the FBI victims the way they were killed the way he attacks them was through physical force. He would throw punch and then often the death by strangulation of these killings initially. We're not regarded as homicides because he was targeting drug users. He was targeting prostitutes, in many cases, a lot of times local police may have initially dismissed these as drug overdoses or other kinds of death suicides. But they didn't track them as murders. I you talked about how some of the way he would kill these women. A lot of them were through strangulation at one point. He was a boxer in his life and some of the autopsies and things on some of the women. They said that he punched with such force that he struck one of the victims in the abdomen and broke her spine at some point. But this was part of what he did this. I think the FBI said he'd punch them in stunned them and then. After that strangle them, awarding they use that wasn't the method every time, but it was always physical force. He was pretty physically strong by law enforcement subscription. You know, there were incidents in San Diego where he would kidnap a woman off the street, and was, you know, strong enough to lift somebody up put them in their car, render them physically incapable of fighting back pretty easily. I don't I don't know. But that's the civic detail. You've you mentioned about the punch that could have shattered otherwise damage a person's spine. But he was he was a competitive boxer. And, you know, just given this is you would imagine that that would be believable. So how do we come to know of these ninety women supposedly that he's claiming Texas ranger was doing a couple of interviews with him for cold cases related to his area. And then he just started opening up and talking to him. He's been in custody in California's two thousand twelve he was arrested by Los Angeles robbery homicide division. They had matched him to three murders here in the nineteen eighties based on DNA evidence. He was convicted in two thousand fourteen conversations I've had with the investigator on that gave little is definitely believed by most pleased. Have interacted with him to hold a strong hatred for women, and he is ten released a belief is he resented the idea that he was captured by female detective in the LAPD and prosecuted by a female, deputy assistant district attorney. So he has not spoken to investigators here four years, even though they believe he had committed number of other killings survivors of attacks. He allegedly committed other states and other cities had testified at his trial. The Rangers office in Texas did start developing information on a killing from nineteen Ninety-four Desa, Texas of a of a woman there named Denise brothers the ranger there and the FBI believed it fits a pattern of little other been suspected in but never proven to have done. So that Texas ranger James Holland comes out here and meets with the LAPD investigators meets with Mitzi Roberts. Who's the detective who initially guided little capture they kinda strategize. How to go about this? And she suggested that he he'll too little ego. Maybe take some shots at hers, and he had this loathing of her. And that kinda. Opened the floodgates are him that and the agreement that he no longer have to serve prison time in California. He's now being held in Texas. And I believe the agreement. He's reached with the FBI the Rangers that he will be held there. I don't know what his particular disdain for California is. But from what I'm told? He was pretty adamant about wanting out of our state prison system in September is when he just began giving up the details at the FBI and other investigators have put it he's not always giving names. Can I was giving exact times, but he's generally been giving what they see seem to be saying accurate description inaccurate locations. And that's how they're trying to corroborate killings in a lot of these other cities is by using those descriptions, I mean, some of the descriptions are very accurate, and I think he's even drawing pictures, he said, I dumped the body under a pecan tree and thin. They're going back and saying we found this body under p country in this timeframe and it matches. And that's how they're matching him all up. Some investigators police officers were saying that this is part of what he wants. He wants that notoriety or you know, he just wants to be listened to. And he is the talk of the town. I mean. There's investigators from all over the states and cities where he's been active that are going to interview him and trying to follow up and trying to connect all the dots now. Right. And it's answering questions and a lot of cities, especially a lot of places in the southeast. You know, I just spoke to major in the mobile Alabama police department a little bit earlier today mentioned that he had sent detectives to Texas to talk to little November. I guess about two three weeks ago, and they came back with a concession and him giving up information that only the killer could no in two thirty year old homicide cases, they had an intermission. He's giving times that he is exceedingly specific, you know, I talked to a retired P cold case investigator during the course reporting this story out, and there was at least one case, I don't honestly, remember which state that there was one murder victim where he had taken the woman out to dinner before attacking her. And he described what they had and it matched the contents of her stomach in the autopsy, and this was killing took place thirty years ago. So it kind of makes sense given what we're being told about him. He he can't remember the names of these women, but he can remember what he did with them. It's almost as. Kind of dehumanized the person. But remember the accident took place around him surrounding the crime, the FBI has released the timeline now of slayings that they believe are linked to him. If you Google has name now, and you go through local news reports. Now, you're starting to see a lot of headlines that are saying Sam little possibly linked to these deaths in this name your city here kind of thing. So it's being picked up all over the country now. And now that the FBI has released his timeline. Yeah. I mean, it's going to cause questions in in cases that may or may not have anything to do with him. I've got a couple of emails and calls. I used to I used to be reporter in New Jersey, and there's an on the salt string of murders of sex workers in that area from the mid two thousand there was mentioned in the FBI report. He may have lived in New Jersey at one point instantly. There's there's connections there. It's gonna be all over the place. And it's understandable that people are going to you know, now that he's open and taking credit that they're going to look at any any kind of murder of that is anywhere in the file of what he says, he did, you know, he could be released under suspicion for and there's there's some concern. On the part of law enforcement that he may be confessing to more than he's actually done as you said he confessed to ninety corroborated yesterday to count was thirty four. I believe with the two I mentioned in Alabama that I was told about today that brings it up to thirty six, you know, there have been other instances in the US criminal Justice history where people have claimed credit for a lot of murders. They did not do like, you said second notoriety. You know, we're talking about serial killers confessing in Texas. That's where had really Lucas once claimed to have killed six hundred people and caused the reopening of nearly three thousand dollars. I'd missed in the US. And you know, he later goes on to admit that he was coughing up. His information mostly carrying until he was given by detectives we're talking to him. So I'm not that's not necessarily case here. There's no reason to think that's what's happening and the DA I talked to in Texas did say little has been been being prompted he's been volunteering information. I rather than being shown cases. But there are definitely some people prosecutors in LA other places that are at least approaching this kind of a cautious skepticism. Let's go back to Los Angeles. And talk. Little bit about how he was eventually caught the DNA seen wasn't so big when he was committing these crimes, but DNA did help put him in the place of these three that he was convicted of LAT reopen his case and several others back in two thousand twelve just as simply as a result of a grant they had received and they matched his DNA to one murder in nineteen eighty seven and two in nineteen eighty nine that was a large period of time that he was in California right before he came here. He had been arrested in the abduction and strenuous frankly of two women in San Diego both of them survived. But he was only sentenced to two and a half years in prison down there for false imprisonment. So he's he's matching the DNA here for the killings immediately after his prison stretch from the San Diego cases. And then he disappears. Something going on twenty five years wants to DNA hits were made knew that they knew they had. But it was they were having a hard time catching him as we've mentioned in this conversation. Yeah. He tended to flow from city to city something of a transient didn't really ever keep permanent address or job shoplifting. A lot. Or stealing or robbing finances movements? What the LAPD did to finally catching actually was Roberts was was going to these cities and trying to establish rations to local law enforcement trying to find little she couldn't find him. But she does end up finding out that he was using a prepaid card. I'm not sure if it was an electronic benefit ABT type card or WalMart card, but something of that nature. He manages to get his account information and called up the customer service line. And you know, does the whole I forgot my account number lost my car thing. And they give her the list of transactions. He's made or less last couple of transactions and she managed to map that location pretty close to a halfway house in Louisville Kentucky and had the marshals after him within a day..

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"alabama police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"He's got him. Itself. A big prison says he's trying to get a much lesser prison sentence. Canadian officials say the leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the US will attend the signing of a new trade deal in Buenos Aires tomorrow. Former FBI director James Kobe wants out of secret testimony before the House Judiciary committee CBS's. Jim Taylor with details. James Comey is asking the courts intervention not to avoid giving testimony. He says, but to prevent the joint committee from using the pretext of a closed interview to peddle a distorted partisan political narrative, the probe is expected to conclude in January when Democrats regained control of the house of representatives and win the power to issue subpoenas of their own a suspect is in custody last week shooting in an Alabama shopping mall. CBS's Mark Strauss. Melissa twenty year old Aaron Brown is the actual gunman in the thanksgiving Alabama mall shooting. Ground has been charged with attempted murder for the shooting spree that left two people wounded the Hoover, Alabama police department under fire. Peter is down at the responding police officer fatally shot twenty one year old Bradford junior mistaking him for the gunman. Bradford was art but had a concealed weapons permit. Prosecutors say there was a financial motive to the killing of a family and the burning of their home in colts, neck, New Jersey, fifty one year old Paul Caneiro faces four counts of murder for shooting his brother and then killing his wife and children Monmouth county prosecutor Christopher grandma. Tony we allege that Jennifer was shot and stabbed and the two children were repeatedly stabbed by knife. On Wall Street, the Dow was off twenty seven points today. Nasdaq fell eighteen.

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"alabama police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"He's got him. Got himself. A big prison says fried to get much lesser frizz and sentenced Canadian officials say the leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the US will attend the signing of a new trade deal in Buenos Aires tomorrow. Former FBI director James Kobe wants out of secret testimony before the House Judiciary committee CBS's. Jim Taylor with details. James Komi is asking the courts intervention not to avoid giving testimony. He says, but to prevent the joint committee from using the pretext of a closed interview to peddle a distorted partisan political narrative, the probe is expected to conclude in January when Democrats regained control of the house of representatives and win the power to issue subpoenas of their own a suspect is in custody in last week shooting in an Alabama shopping mall. CBS's Mark Strauss. Melissa twenty year old Aaron Brown is the actual gunman in the thanksgiving Alabama mall shooting Brown has been charged with attempted murder for the shooting spree that left two people wounded. The Hoover Alabama police department under fire. Peter is down at the top a responding police officer fatally shot twenty one year old a medic Bradford junior mistaking him for the gunman. Bradford was art but had a concealed weapons permit. Prosecutors say there was a financial motive to the killing of a family and the burning of their home in colts, neck, New Jersey, fifty one year old Paul Caneiro faces four counts of murder for shooting his brother and then killing his wife and children Monmouth county prosecutor Christopher grandma. Tony we allege that Jennifer was shot and stabbed and the two children were repeatedly stabbed by knife. On Wall Street, the Dow was off twenty seven points today. Nasdaq fell eighteen this is CBS news. To experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com..

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"alabama police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Terminated updating. I think it's a very good time to after the abrupt reversal occurred after the president conferred with top national security officials, and it also came shortly afterward of Michael Cohen's plea deal admitting to lying about the Trump organization development project in Moscow, a topic. That would surely have prompted intrusive questions at the g twenty. Russia's recent naval aggression will test how tough Mr. Trump intends to be protecting Ukraine something he accused former President Obama of lacking. The president also faces a high-stakes showdown here Saturday night with Chinese president g g paying hundreds of billions of dollars in new tariffs are on the horizon. As is the prospect of a full blown trade war that war will commence a White House official said unless Beijing stops paying lip service to Trump administration demands for fair trade, practices and more US access to Chinese markets. Jeff. All right. Major care in Argentina for us tonight. Major. Thank you police in Georgia today. Arrested a suspect in last Thursday's shooting in Alabama shopping mall officers shot and killed an innocent man that initially said was behind the shooting. Here's Mark Rosman. Police say twenty year old Aaron Brown is the actual gunman in the thanksgiving Alabama mall shooting Brown has been charged with attempted murder for the shooting spree that left two people wounded the Hoover, Alabama police department under fire. The shooter is down at this time. A responding police officer fatally shot twenty one year old a medic Bradford junior mistaking him for the gunman. Bradford was but had a concealed weapons permit. Cole. Man now. Police in Hoover, Alabama later. Conceded. Bradford had never fired his weapon the officer killed the wrong,.

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"alabama police department" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"I think it's a very good time to the abrupt reversal occurred after the president conferred with top national security officials, and it also came shortly afterward of Michael Cohen plea deal admitting to lying about a Trump organization development project in Moscow, a topic. That would surely have prompted intrusive questions at the G twenty. Russia's recent naval aggression will test how tough Mr. Trump intends to be protecting Ukraine something he accused former President Obama of lacking. In two thousand fourteen the Russian sees the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine move widely condemned by the international community. The Trump administration has sent lethal weapons like these antitank missiles to Ukraine and US national guard forces have trained Ukrainian army against Russian backed separatists. The president also faces a high-stakes showdown here Saturday night with Chinese president g g pink hundreds of billions of dollars in new tariffs are on the horizon. As is the prospect of a full blown trade war that war will commence a White House official said unless Beijing stops paying lip service to Trump administration demands for fair trade, practices and more US access to Chinese markets. Jeff are a major Garrett in Argentina for us. Thank you. Police in Georgia today. Arrested a suspect in last Thursday's shooting an Alabama shopping mall. Officers shot and killed an innocent man that initially said was behind the shooting. Here's marks Russell police say twenty year old Aaron Brown is the actual gunman in the thanksgiving Alabama mall shooting. Brown has been charged with attempted murder for the shooting spree that left two people wounded and the Hoover Alabama police department under fire..

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"alabama police department" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"County sheriff's office, deputies responded to the area of circle ranch. Located on case springs mountain in reference to Jackson county, Alabama sheriff's office at Scotts borough Alabama police department being in pursuit of a vehicle sheriff deputies joined the pursued on state route sixteen in the area of circle, Iran. I report file my deputies stated the vehicle was traveling in a very high rate of speed placing other motor safety in extreme danger. The pursuit proceeded to the intersection state route sixteen in highway sixty four or sheriff's office, deputies were able to force the vehicle off the roadway and into the ditch at this point the suspect Jesse Ray Smith off south market street. Scott's borough Alabama was taken into custody and transported to the Franklin county jail where he is currently being held on multiple charges with thirty five thousand dollar bond. Smith has a court date in Franklin county general sessions court said for December third at eight AM the traffic crash. She's being investigated by the Tennessee highway patrol. There were no reported injuries. At this time. It an update on a fatal shooting in Grundy county. We can now report the man accused of shooting his wife, John Wesley. Smith is now in jail officials say four people were shot, including Smith himself in Altimonte on Sunday Grundy county sheriff Glen Trump says that Smith's wife, Carolyn Powell, her acquaintance, Christopher hers, and Powell's father Jerome were all shot by Smith Jerome Powell, then shot Smith and Caroline Powell died at the scene. Six Jordan were in the home at the time. But the shooting including Smith and Powell's four children Smith will be in court on October the second he is charged with first degree murder to council attempted criminal homicide eleven counts of reckless endangerment.

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"alabama police department" Discussed on X96

X96

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on X96

"A man wanted in connection with the murder of a six month old infant from georgia was tracked to a hotel in florida where he was shot by law enforcement the a ya our to a county sheriff's office said carl mathis was shot early monday morning while trying to flee in a vehicle they said mathis zinn custody receiving treatment at an area hospital according to the dothan alabama police department mathis and amanda oaks are charged with murder in connection with the death of their six month old son curtis the baby's body was found in a freezer in the hotel in dothan alabama where the couple had been staying they believe that the body had been in the freezer for five or six days last friday hall county sheriff's office in georgia alerted dothan police about a possible infant death i don't know what they what possible investigators in alabama learned the couple whose from georgia had been in dothan but were in possibly in florida they finally tracked and they found the body in the in the freezer and then tracked the couple down and they're both in custody now erazo cops see the video of this four arizona police officers have been placed on administrative leave after newly released surveillance footage shows them repeatedly punching beating kicking and unarmed man it's hard to watch the video mesa police can be seen approaching robert johnson on may twenty third as he talked on his cell phone near an elevator in the four storey deck of the police apartment or the fourth story of an apartment complex excuse me and he was apparently not doing anything just sitting there talking on his phone more can't have that four cops are seeing grabbing mister johnson who standing in a corner forcing him to the ground and then they repeatedly kick him one cop delivers multiple blows to the head to more officers than join in mister johnson wasn't being investigated at the time they say the cops were apparently responding to some domestic violence dispute involving a friend of mr johnson and with these four four the cops involved in this have been placed on paid administrative leave there's a man in arkansas who admitted in court that he intentionally contracted hiv so that he could spread the virus to other people stephen coke pleaded guilty on monday to attempting to expose another person do hiv yeltsin pleaded the possession of methamphetamine with intent to.

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"alabama police department" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Uh i had the great nick afar to one we talked a lot of hot stove baseball check that out also check out my mercury news column this week i wrote a one hundred twenty th big game on predicting stanford to be cowed 38 24 and then check me out saturday to clock four two o'clock to four o'clock on the uh for the pac 12 pause on stanford's campus pregame of the 100 and 20th big game on cambior 1050 guests will include kate scott todd who sack i believe bruce marshall evan more from the pact will network and in david shaw himself how many this is for you larry how many big games heavy broadcast from while i would say probably about a half and now the jazz six or seven i was down there years and years ago in the great bob murphy was part of the pregame show in mike cash it was a former center for the stanford cardinal mike something another super nice guy and then bob murphy and i sit in the ten kinda run running the board i i'm assuming that's what sneaky does or whatever now and up bob murphy and gaza kids he was a mike some another a bulky due to like him said of former lineman and this old blue comes walking up i mean gray hair right and you could smell the bourbon and he jumped rock right in their face and was wolf in while they were doing a segment and that mike set of a gun through is headphones off and he put his hands over the mike and he goes all with a right now it was now and i was like wow the big games legit seriously not so much i mean this is such a like a anti septic kind of melo sophisticated environment compared to big time rivalries and arguments here and we segue to this an argument between an alabama and in auburn fan of wore neagle warera sitting here with war eagle over which team is better escalated to the point of gunfire rogge went with this yesterday i thought he was joking on israel mobile alabama police department reporting this according to the police the alabama fan shot the auburn fan outside of and extend a suites motel yeah which is really of sure of a high clear in play he bag seven pm on monday according to the.

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"alabama police department" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"alabama police department" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Uh i had the great nick afar to one we talked a lot of hot stove baseball check that out also check out my mercury news column this week i wrote a one hundred twenty th big game on predicting stanford to be cowed 38 24 and then check me out saturday to clock four two o'clock to four o'clock on the uh for the pac 12 pause on stanford's campus pregame of the 100 and 20th big game on cambior 1050 guests will include kate scott todd who sack i believe bruce marshall evan more from the pact will network and in david shaw himself how many this is for you larry how many big games heavy broadcast from while i would say probably about a half and now the jazz six or seven i was down there years and years ago in the great bob murphy was part of the pregame show in mike cash it was a former center for the stanford cardinal mike something another super nice guy and then bob murphy and i sit in the ten kinda run running the board i i'm assuming that's what sneaky does or whatever now and up bob murphy and gaza kids he was a mike some another a bulky due to like him said of former lineman and this old blue comes walking up i mean gray hair right and you could smell the bourbon and he jumped rock right in their face and was wolf in while they were doing a segment and that mike set of a gun through is headphones off and he put his hands over the mike and he goes all with a right now it was now and i was like wow the big games legit seriously not so much i mean this is such a like a anti septic kind of melo sophisticated environment compared to big time rivalries and arguments here and we segue to this an argument between an alabama and in auburn fan of wore neagle warera sitting here with war eagle over which team is better escalated to the point of gunfire rogge went with this yesterday i thought he was joking on israel mobile alabama police department reporting this according to the police the alabama fan shot the auburn fan outside of and extend a suites motel yeah which is really of sure of a high clear in play he bag seven pm on monday according to the.

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