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"allegheny county police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"allegheny county police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Police departments in this community how are the municipalities in allegany county laid out in allegheny county you have the city of pittsburgh which has its own police department and then you have it's more than one hundred and thirty i believe municipalities all across the county and one at least one hundred eighteen of them have their own police departments see all of these small peres townships municipalities and many of them again hire their own police force and some of these police forces are fewer than than ten officers the east pittsburgh police department had had eight when this happened and what's the relationship like between the allegheny county police department and the smaller police forces it depends on the department the district attorney noted yesterday you know we have one hundred and eighteen police departments some of them are run very well others we have to keep an eye on all the time the way it works is there there's also an allegheny county police department and anytime there's a violent crime a non fatal shooting or a homicide they will come in and take over the investigation in the simple police and is that what's happening here yeah anytime there's an officer involved shooting allegany county police generally run the investigation and that is what happened here and are you hearing where do we think this is going what are some of the next steps that you'll that you're looking out for in this case specifically the first one is the the protests has not slowed down i think there was a little bit of expectation among county municipal city officials that this might put people at ease they might let up a little bit but there were just last night to protests outside of the officers house the next step is just watching watching what happens there is a preliminary hearing scheduled for next friday i suspect that will probably be continued because this is a high profile cases attorney is going to want more time and in pennsylvania you've got the preliminary hearings and that's where a judge decides if there's enough evidence to move forward to trial right now that is scheduled for free friday but like i said well it's it's a wait and see game to see if that actually happens megan goose says the criminal justice reporter for the pittsburgh tribune review megan thanks so much for being with us thank you.

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"allegheny county police department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"allegheny county police department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The police departments in this community how are the municipalities in allegany county laid out in allegany county you have the city of pittsburgh which has its own police department and then you have it's more than one hundred and thirty i believe municipalities all across the county and one at least one hundred eighteen of them have their own police departments see have all of these small peres townships municipalities and many of them again hire their own police force and some of these police forces are fewer than than ten officers the east pittsburgh police department had had eight when this happened and what's the relationship like between the allegheny county police department and the smaller police forces it depends on the department the district attorney noted yesterday you know we have one hundred eighteen police departments some of them are run very well others we have to keep an eye on all the time the way it works is there's also an allegheny county police department and anytime there's a violent crime nonfatal shooting or a homicide they will come in and take over the investigation for in the support police and is that what's happening here yeah anytime there's an officer involved shooting allegany county police generally run the investigation and that is what happened here and are you hearing where do we think this is going what are some of the next steps that you'll that you're looking out for in this case specifically the first one is the protests has not slowed down i think there was a little bit of expectation among county municipal city officials that this might kind of put people so at ease they might let up a little bit but there were just last night to protests outside of the officers house the next step is just watching watching what happens there is a preliminary hearing scheduled for next friday i suspect that will probably be continued because this is a high profile cases attorney is going to want more time and in pennsylvania you've got the preliminary hearings and that's where a judge decides if there's enough evidence to move forward to trial right now that is scheduled for friday but like i said well it's it's a wait and see game to see if that actually happens megan goose says the criminal justice reporter for the pittsburgh tribune review megan thanks so much for being with us thank you.

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"allegheny county police department" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"allegheny county police department" Discussed on The Takeaway

"The video there there were about a half dozen witness statements a lot of them corroborating what was seen in the video and just the officer statements on his own as well what are the reactions that you're hearing from people in different communities that you're covering where antoine rose lived and went to school about this latest development it's it's a range of emotions its base level you've got relief i kali of mine went out to the housing complex where antoine lived and talked to some neighbors and she actually she broke the news that charges had been filed to some people there and the reactions which just one woman broke down in tears said oh my god my prayers have been answered thank you jesus others who knew him so you know he can be at peace now there's also a lot of cautious optimism because i think there was a lot of people were doubtful that charges would be filed and are they i mean i think there's also a lot of skepticism know about whether or not these charges will ultimately end in a conviction often with these cases that's not the case rate i would a lot of people are are kind of feeling is you know this this was the first hurdle again this was the first step we needed to get past just having charges filed is i don't want to say cause for celebration for people who wanted to see this but again there's there's a sense of cautious optimism and now it moves onto you know pushing hoping for a conviction and let's talk a little bit about the police departments in this community how are the municipalities in allegany county laid out in allegany county have the city of pittsburgh which has its own police department and then you have it's more than one hundred and thirty i believe unisom polities all across the county and one at least one hundred eighteen of them have their own police departments see have all of these small perot's townships municipalities and many of them again hire their own police force and some of these police forces are fewer than than ten officers the east pittsburgh police department had at eight when this happened and what's the relationship like between the elegant county police department and the smaller police forces it depends on the department the district attorney noted yesterday you know we have a hundred eighteen police departments some of them are run very well others we have to keep an eye on all the time the way it works is there there's also an allegheny county police department and anytime there's a violent crime a non fatal shooting or a homicide they will come in and take over the investigation for indiscipline police and is that what's happening here yeah anytime there's an officer involved shooting allegheny county police generally run the investigation and that is what happened here and are you hearing where do we think this is going what are some of the next steps that you'll that you're looking out for in this case specifically the first one is the protests have not slowed down i think there was a little bit of expectation among county municipal city officials that this might kind of put people at ease they might let up a little bit but there were just last night to protests outside of the officers house the next step is just watching watching what happens there is a preliminary hearing scheduled for next friday i suspect that will probably be continued because you know this is a high profile case his attorney is going to want more time and in pennsylvania you've got the preliminary hearings and that's where a judge decides if there's enough evidence to move forward to trial right now that is scheduled for friday but like i said what's it's a wait and see game to see if that actually happens megan goose's the criminal justice reporter for the pittsburgh tribune review megan thanks so much for being with us thank you and.

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"allegheny county police department" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"allegheny county police department" Discussed on WGTK

"Triple eight nine seven one s eight g triple eight nine seven one seven two four three larryelder from the relief factor dot com studios second night of protests in east cleveland protesters last night shut down a busy highway for about two hours at one point according to local cbs pittsburgh police say a truck driver got out of his truck and threatened protesters with a tire iron this is all about the shooting death of a seventeen year old black man named antoine rose i said i'm in pittsburgh i said east cleveland it's pittsburgh antoine rose was shot by east pittsburgh officer on tuesday after he fled after a traffic stop the officer was responding to reports of a man shot only minutes earlier the man who has exchanged fire with this car and when the officer approached the car he could tell that the car had been in a shooting because he saw ballistic damage he asked them to get out of the car the driver pompey got out got on the ground the other two passengers got out and ran officers shot hitting mr rose three times at least one in the back and protesters are wondering why you shot it in the back now legally you can shoot a fleeing felon if you believe that he poses a threat to people assuming this was a car that was involved in the shooting the officer likely reasonably thought that through two people running were those who were involved in the shooting and probably assume that they were armed turns out there were two weapons found in the car a non found on mr rose although a clip was found here is the press conference after the shooting will play you some of this afternoon oh my superintendent coleman mcdonald the any kind of queasy with me is returning sherman commander of our home side you briefing on the events of last night in credit and he's pittsburgh at eight twenty seven pm last night county nine one one received vulgar calls reporting shots fired near the intersection of jones in boulder javanese riding officers found a twenty two year old man wounded by gun bar who was transported to local hospital where he was treated donald wounds and later released investigation revealed that the shooter inquired nine forty calvo rounds at the victim from the victim also return fire has to be witnesses describe the vehicle involved in the shooting the description was broadcast by a police radio to responding officers and surrounding municipalities the beagle description was updated by a witness who quite down in police officer and he's pittsburgh police officer observed the suspect vehicle he silver chevy cruz traveling on north avenue pittsburgh the officer followed the car onto grandview avenue and stop the suspect vehicle at that location at eight forty pm start ten minutes after the shooting the driver of the vehicle out by the officer directed to the ground two other occupants equal then bolted of on foot these pittsburgh officer fire his weapon striking one of weeks aspects several times gunshot victim seventeen year old male was transported to mckeesport hospital where he was pronounced deceased at nine nine thousand nine pm the occupant who was detained was later released too far were later recovered from the suspect vehicle the third occupation flat remains at large i of course with voice best practices in the aftermath of officer involved shootings allegheny county police department homicide detectives request we requested to assume the role of independent investigatory these officer has been placed on.

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"allegheny county police department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"allegheny county police department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from npr news in culver city california i'm dwayne brown protesters rallied in pittsburgh today following the shooting death of a seventeen year old by police antoine rose was fatally shot while fleeing a police officer in a pittsburgh suburb tuesday from member station w e essay annely herring reports lifelong pittsburgh resident kenny holiday says the shooting was completely unjustified we're took off for whatever reason he took off no gun in his hand boom boom boom wow so that makes me that he was just going out there to kill somebody today the allegheny county police department says the officer shot rose three times as he fled a traffic stop police say they pulled over the vehicle he was in because they suspected it was involved in an earlier shooting the department says two guns were found in the vehicle but rose was on armed for npr news i'm only herring and pittsburgh one day after president trump order the government to stop separating families contract across southern border illegally federal officials are seeking help from the pentagon to provide housing for up to twenty thousand unaccompanied minors npr's tom bowman says the housing would be on military bases within the us officials say twenty one pentagon lawyers will be sent to the department of justice for basically about six months they'll be able to process cases in texas arizona new mexico and california process immigration cases and that's highly unusual in one person i spoke with on capitol hill wondered if it's even legal to have military lawyers uniform lawyers working on civil cases involving civilians npr's tom bowman today the justice department formally asked a federal judge to change the rules for detaining migrant families that could mean families would remain together in detention far longer than twenty days which is the current maximum for minors this is npr you're listening to wnyc i'm jamie floyd governor cuomo says as many as seven hundred children are in new york having been separated from their parents at the border but he says that's an estimate because he is not getting information from the federal government he's asking the us department of health and human services for specifics i have the legal right to know where the children are because i have the legal responsibility for the health and welfare of the children the governor and mayor de blasio had given a much lower estimate on the number of separated miners in the area now officials say at least a dozen of the children separated from their parents have been brought to new york city's public hospitals for treatment wnyc's jessica gould reports some of the children have been suicidal others appear to be hearing voices that aren't there but are actually having trauma induced flashbacks dr ruth gerson is director of the children's psychiatric er at bellevue she says even highly trained psychiatrists are limited in what they can do in these cases complicated is that we're so far away from where their families are getting kids could treatment really should be about reuniting them with their families and providing them supportive counseling in the context of putting their family back together officials say children as young as five have come with government appointed guardians who often have no knowledge of their medical history and a proposal to ban plastic straws from new york city eating establishments is before the city council but disability rights advocates are raising concern sharon shapiro is on the board of the brooklyn center for independence for the disabled and had a hearing today she said she needs plastic straws because she can't use others little paper skewered evil to will you which may nell she says asking disabled people to carry their own straws is liking asking other people to carry their own utensils tonight we will have a low around sixty nine degrees it will be mostly cloudy and tomorrow we can expect mostly cloudy weather as well with a high near seventy eight currently though it is eighty two degrees and only partly cloudy at seven thirty five support for npr comes from wnyc members.

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