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"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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04:10 min | 5 months ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And, um We are going to finish up with Susan was talking about Bills that were actually good to protected. People and victims and public safety and they were in the committee and they didn't even get a vote in the committee. They didn't even respect the bills. Enough. Now, every bill that protected criminals and we're advocates for criminals. They passed anything that was anti cop and pro criminal past. But here in her committee, she's telling us about legislation. Good legislation to protect people and victims and didn't even get a vote. That's correct. The other the other bill, that was that did not get a vote that I think would have really helped Baltimore City was that it was allowed a special unit from the attorney general's office. That would be a special prosecution unit just to deal with violent crimes in Baltimore City, and that never got a vote. And thieves were all supported by the by our caucus and thought that this would move the ball forward for public safety. Now tell you some of the bills that did get out of our caucus and some of them past and some of them did. But the Juvenile restoration Act the governor's veto, they vetoed it within. I don't know I haven't figured it out, but it had to be within a day or two. Let me ask you a question. Susan. Did he have to put that bill up and veto it that quickly? He waited a couple days with the session was over and they couldn't get their way. Don't know, but we still conjecture and this is kind of what I'm That he was threatened that if that won't will force a special session of veto this stuff? Well, that would be good because it would highlight it. I think you should have done But it didn't happen because I think you know the governor is all about fiscal trying to be fiscally responsible as much as he can. And so they didn't you know, and the optics of a special session? I mean, I've got to tell you I'm not disagreeing with you. But This is why I have a problem with the governor. You know, you've got to be honest and you've got to be forthright these air, terrible bills that protect criminals and are against cops. Now. The session was down to its last day or two. If the governor had held off for two more days. I think he has six days or something like that, if he had held off for two more days. The session could not have passed these terrible bills. He would have vetoed them and they would have been over with. But yes, if they called a special session, that's fine. I think that's good with a special session because it would have highlighted even more. How bad these bills are. Cause the special session would be on Lee about these bills. Well, I cannot disagree with you. And in fact what we did was with the police bills. The Senate did a good job of slow walking it and so what happened was is that the Senate concurred with house bills and because the Senate was done, they made him a little bit better. They're horrible. But they made him a little better than if we have If they hadn't you know, tinkered and made some amendments. And the problem is, is that every each side tried to slow walk it the best we could. I'm talking about the Republicans, the anti cop bills, right? And then he goes ahead. And and then they override his vetoes. I mean, it just didn't help. Now. The one I'm talking about that. It really was a concern. And first personally for your listening audience was the Juvenile Restoration Act, which which Scott Shellenberger railed against which which our caucus railed against. And poor little deceased. Amy Caprio was the example that was used. This is the officer in Baltimore County that was murdered by three teenagers right stick. The guy ran over her and terrible. It's you know, it's just awful. But there was the problem with the way the General Assembly was way didn't have Roberta Roque Roper from the Stephanie Roper Foundation..

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"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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06:06 min | 1 year ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Wear the morning drive on talk radio 6 80 Whatever hit a couple of phone calls in a lot of emails in and let's get this show going. Bill is in Linthicum. He is a first on talk radio 6 80 Wcbm Bill. Good morning morning Bill. No more. First listen to you Talk about Girls trying to run down the cop. And these criminals get rather braids and Question is, if they're doing this, that cops where does that leave us? And I also would like to say to me, you know, you've got no right thinking rationally about how this girl Because You're using your mind. You should know better. Obvious sheeted news are you should know better. You should apologize, and I think I think that's what this lawyer is exactly Why Some of these defense lawyers get quite a bed. I mean, this. I thought I saw this morning, Bruce and Bill I thought, you know, Okay, you hear their side, But then you start piecing the puzzle together. Like all right, I'm calling B s I mean, you have to hear it out. But then you do a little bit of like I said, a little piecing together and say, Okay, give me a break. Thank you. Appreciate it. Plausible account. He's up next, Paul. Good morning. Welcome to the morning Drive. Good morning, Bruce and Nino. You know this woman where? Where does she live? Do you know the address? Do you know where she lives in the city, nor do know? Okay? She okay? She committed crimes in an Toronto county, Baltimore County. She flees the Baltimore City. And she and he gets a room at a hotel. Isn't it obvious that she's eluding the police was that the It wasn't the lawyer. Bruce, Did you play a clip for it? They could have come to our house. Well, where she lived. A zoo Apologised mentioned. She's in a hotel if she lives in the county white or somewhere nearby. Why she's staying in a hotel in the city. Maybe a staycation universe. Maybe she wants to see the sights. Or should be self quarantining for two weeks. I say one more thing. Please do okay issues try. She's not trying to make a racist argument out of it because she's ah black woman. Why didn't she hire a non black attorney? It could be Hispanic or white. Why does she go to a black attorney to protect her against the police? Well in l. A in fairness to the attorney is probably a highly qualified attorney. She may have been familiar with me have been referred to him. I don't think that the race of the attorney is is particularly pertinent because you've seen people are Gloria Allred argue cases both very Prada cases for both white people and black people. I think she went to the attorney. She's talking to the job for Thanks for called to appreciate where there were this email in from like you said just one day. Amy Caprio. Yeah, Yeah, Absolutely. Yeah. I mean that exactly. You have a perpetrator driving straight at you. You could end up like me. On further says the day that daughter Harris ran over in DiCaprio, Ben jealous brought up the police from killing unarmed citizens. Is there a doubt that that would have been the narrative? If this woman had lived and Harris had died, the tragic death of Officer Amy Kemp Rio should prove that a vehicle is deadly force. And should be met as such. Fair observation continue. Fair thing. Yeah, and that was in the middle of an unknown. I don't know if they did They steal a firearm from the house, and I'm not sure but I Maybe that was brought to the attention later on. I can't remember that story. But I do remember, of course, that she was standing there trying to make sure they stopped obviously and they Florida, and that looks like the caller just mentioned. That's exactly what came to mind with me earlier was the tragic death of Baltimore's own in camp. All right, tell whoever here is for 10 Wcbm 6 80 Toll free long distance has 11 880 Grab Chrissy Robinson. Pasadena, Rob. Good morning. How are you? Good morning Run. Good morning. Good morning. I just wanted to maybe switch. Here's just a little bit. Um, did you guys hear about the, uh, what is going on up in Pennsylvania? It was on the muscle Vin chair last night, there was an actual delegate that called in the show. And what's going on is a state Supreme Court voted on 152. To allow the mail in ballots. The absentee ballots to be counted on Never give out matching signatures, and that's amazing without matching signatures right on on telling you right now. All they need to. They only need a certain amount in certain counties. You know, they all they need to know the account and then they can throw this election. The body politic. You know, I think that it's an amazing thing that they've done, They said. We will accept mail in ballots if the signature on the ballot does not match the signature on record. That's stunning. It is. I'm surprised nobody's really talking about that because that's crucial state. You know for trauma, You know, I mean, you know me. Really? It's amazing that you're doing that. But now Mark Levin Um, he said that you know, he said that the state largest Slater's someone's actually.

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WCBM 680 AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Frank lu really W. CBM Maryland use out of the headlines making news this hour a job's dismisses the federal laws to buy five women alleging Baltimore county mishandled sexual assault cases at the university of Maryland Baltimore county a fourth teenager involved in the death of Baltimore county officer Amy Caprio is sentenced to thirty years in prison followed by five years probation one person is dead in the crash on route one oh eight and Howard County that close the road from the Montgomery County line to whole shop road a wild horses struck and killed by a parked vehicle on acid to go island the thirty fourth horse hit and killed by vehicles since nineteen eighty two the circle of administration officials with knowledge of president Donald trump's phone call to Ukraine is widening secretary of state Mike Pompeii listened in on the July twenty fifth conversation the call and the circumstances surrounding it are fueling the new Democrat drive for impeachment me mall three house committees subpoena president trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani the latest in the impeachment inquiry into the U. S. commander in chief the house intelligence oversight and foreign affairs committees are demanding Giuliani to hand over all text messages phone records and other communications related to the whistle blower complaint guiliani reacting. on fox's Hannity all kind of like go through it all get all my evidence together I'll get my charts I don't know if they let me use video tapes and tape recordings that I have if they let me. get some of the evidence that I gather. house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff says the anonymous whistle blowers agreed to testify before Congress very soon the federal government is warning several website operators of stop illegally selling opioids to American consumers the FDA indeed I have sent letters to the operators of ten websites they say are illegally marketing on approved and miss brown the types of opioid medicines sports in a moment there's three AM and you went to the sound of glass shattering you investigate.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Seven nine three one eight hundred three nine four five seven nine three W. CBM news time twelve oh three I'm Michael Phillip Elian the six eighty W. C. B. Amerila news center with the headlines making news this hour seventeen year old Derrick Matthews one of three remaining teams involved in the may twenty first murder of Baltimore county police officer Amy Caprio sentence this morning to life in prison with all but thirty years suspended eighteen year old Eugene genius also expected to be sentenced later today seventeen year old Daryle ward sentencing has been postponed to a later date seventeen year old Dante Harris sentenced August twenty first a life in prison with the possibility of parole for striking and killing Capreol with the stolen jeep Baltimore city firefighters pulled a woman from a burning seminal Avenue building this morning she was transported to a hospital in cardiac arrest and later died the victim has not yet been identified the Harford county share of C. cases a suspect wanted for an edge would armed carjacking and kidnapping thirty six year old Devin Allen o'dell Scott is considered armed and dangerous call nine one one if. you see him or if you know of his whereabouts in sports off the ice Washington Capitals star Evgeny Kuznetsov will be suspended for three games after testing positive for cocaine the NHL suspended because that's all for the first three games of the regular season he tested positive while playing for Russia at the world championships in may and faced allegations of drug use after video posted on social media the weather channel forecast is next every year about thirty five percent of our customers come to us because other customers told them not only about the product but how good the service was how well we delivered on our promises that's John Gilkey.

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"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:30 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"If you missed the first program, I think it's up there. I hope it's up there for you to see it and the second we don't put the programs on the website until they've been broadcast on TV. So tomorrow. We will be on. And as I said on Comcast that's twenty four Verizon. It's nine disc. It's forty six direct TV. It's forty six so tune in at ten o'clock for the super citizen television show, the only the only conservative pro business public affairs program where you will definitely hear a different point of view in prime time. Crime time for public affairs is from nine o'clock till twelve o'clock on Sunday morning. That's when meet the depressed the face the nation. Chris wallace. They're all on at that time. And we are right in the midst of those liberal hounds out there misleading you we are right there. Wow. So much stuff going on has it always been this way. I mean, really has it always been this way. Where just the news never stops. Coming talk about the twenty four hour news cycle, and it comes from everywhere. So we need to cover you need to give our opinion, we need to hear your opinion. And in the listening audience, the people want to hear my opinion, and they want to hear your opinion. So if you want to join us, it's four ten ninety two to sixty six eighty. Let me run. Are we okay on the audio for ninety two to sixty six eighty absolutely okay or one eight hundred ninety two to sixty six eighty some of the subjects. I'm going to try to cover this evening. About how the city is lost though. We're celebrating a new mayor Jack young and new council president Brandon Scott at the city's lost at you. I'm gonna give you an example, you're going to say pet what what are you talking about? I'm going to connect the dots for you. Mary Buganda the person who's an anchor, and she's a reporter at WJC as long as I can remember, and I have had the privilege of meeting Mary at least twice when she covered me on a news item. I gotta tell you just a brief encounter one of the most wonderful nicest people I ever met in my life, natural personality of just a down to earth. Really nice person Mary Beulah. And we're going to connect her firing which is ridiculous, and savage and brutal and Jay z should be ashamed of themselves and the Hopkins criminals snow. Flakes over at Johns Hopkins who destroyed property and prevented people from coming in to including many disabled people. These arrogant ignorant elitists Jack as. Were treated with kid gloves. Mary bubonic was treated brutally and just thrown out the door. And this is the kind of attitude that will prevent Baltimore City from ever being successful because the leaders in Baltimore like the Jay Z people. And like the Johns Hopkins people. Good people like Mary bugler who deserved more than a second chance. Yes. Which he said was kind of clumsy could have been said in a better way. But if it had been said about three white men who had been mayor. She would have gotten an award. But no, she's treated brutally because of political correctness especially on the race card in Baltimore City, and these snowflake criminal punks who destroyed property prevented disabled people from going to work for a long period of time were treated with kid gloves. And. Ushered out of the building in ministration building. And then the goofy state's attorney the law and order state's attorney the person who's supposed to prevent crime and protect public safety. We all know who she is Maryland Moesby the person who on her own without legislative support legitimize marijuana and wanted to get rid of five thousand cases of convictions, which the judge told her you can't do that. You're not a damn dictator takes the legislature and the governor to do that. So anyway. She's not going to prosecute these snowflake criminals. And this is the signal we send out you see the reason Baltimore City will never ever be successful is because so called leaders, and I'm lumping Jay Z into this. Because they're example that they sent out that picture that. That signaled that they sent to people all over the greater Baltimore area, including Baltimore City. Was that political correctness reigns? Supreme and. Sates attorney said the same thing political correctness reigns. Supreme because the state's attorney supports the idea that ISIS bad and nice should be abolished and supports the idea that there should not be public safety and law enforcement in the Johns Hopkins community to protect the teachers and protect the other students who are sensible. And to protect public safety because that was needed and these snowflake criminals didn't like it because of their left wing political philosophy that she's not going to prosecute them. That is the atmosphere and the system in Baltimore where it says there will be no success because you had the same like the snowflake criminals, you have the drug dealers the gang bangers, the gunslingers that aren't really prosecuted, they dropped the gun charge. The judges let them out early the legislature and the governor let them out of prison early. A set of Twenty-one thousand offenders in the prison system. We now have seventeen thousand it's been reduced. And it's going down that whole attitude by our so called leaders where there is not. There are no consequences for breaking the law. There is no respect. There is no discipline. There is no common sense starts in the single families of Baltimore City where there is no father. And then it goes on to the go into the school whenever they go to school. And when they don't get go to school, or when they are bullies in school or they commit a crime in school. They're not punished they're not punished at home. They're not punished on the streets. And then when they escalate the crime system, and they murder somebody. They're not really punished and they're back out on the streets. Like this young punk that murdered Amy Caprio. He'll be back. In the streets of paddock got a life sentence. You know, how long life sentences for a seventeen year old maybe fifteen years. And that's if the court of appeals doesn't tonight. So yes, I'm hooking the dots here. I'm connecting the dots. Mary barra. A good person. Made a mistake thrown to the wolves flushed down the toilet. All because of race. The criminals snowflakes, and I think they're all white doesn't matter, but they're politically correct. No consequences, note discipline, no law and order zero to tell you if I was mayor of Baltimore City my and I don't live in Baltimore City. But seventy percent of the financing of that misled city seventy percent comes from me, and you and the rest of the state, but five is the mayor. My my slogan would be very simple zero tolerance. You bad. There's gonna be consequences. If I was the mayor I would have been right out the next day with a news conference condemning the heck out of Moesby. Where was Jack young didn't say anything, I would've even condemned. I would have ordered my police force to go in there because those snowflakes those criminal snowflakes were violating the law trespassing disturbing the peace obstruction. I would have sent my police force in there for how to send a swat team in. We to kick the damn doors down and dragged them out of there. They would have been there two days. Remember, the tents that the other left these built down the inner harbor the Joel of Baltimore City for tourism. And Stephanie left him sit down there for six months, or whatever the heck it was. That's the problem with Baltimore City. No commonsense. No respect for the law. No discipline. No consequences. Baltimore city. Had a good dose of tolerance. You would. See a lot of the problems evaporate. I'm Pat mcdonagh. We'll be right back..

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"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Guilty of felony murder in the death of Baltimore County. Police officer Amy Caprio seventeen year old don't Harris will be sentenced on in July and faces life in prison. President Trump on Tricia Regan prime time with the FOX business network talking about Democrats senators questioning of Torney general William bar during the Senate Judiciary committee hearing Wednesday saying it was very unfair to him three of them running against up there ranting, and raving lunatics, frankly and running and how is that fair? So you have Bill highly respected. Great attorney. General and he's got to take the abuse from people that are running for attorney general bar refusing to testify today before the House Judiciary committee committee chair Jerry Nadler's saying issuing a subpoena. For bar is a possibility Covington Catholic high school student nNcholas sand is filing a defamation lawsuit against NBC universal for a whopping two hundred seventy five million dollars over the media coverage he received earlier this year. San man was at the center of a viral controversy in January suggesting he and his classmates had initiated a confrontation with a native American elder outside the Lincoln Memorial subsequent reporting and video evidence contradicted that version of events look at sports in a moment. Listen to what Chris said about Andro four hundred. I lost almost forty pounds in ten weeks by son was getting married and when I went for the fifth. Eating. I was a size forty eight. And when it went back to do the final fitting, I was a forty four more energy. That's for sure probably lost four inches around. My belly. I'm fifty seven. And when I was in my thirty. Here's what Dwayne set about Andro four hundred product, really work. I'm an old guy. I don't trust. Nobody try all kinds of stuff. It's one of the few things I've ever bought were. I couldn't believe I feel better. I have more energy. I walked twelve miles a day. I feel great change my life. It really has..

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Ramp. But it's not a major problem right now. Traffic coming out of the fort McHenry tunnel might still have an accident on the right shoulder. And that was ninety five southbound before three ninety five I'm check, traffic and weather first. We'll talk radio six eighty WCBS. It is like summertime this kind of heat and humidity. But there's a slow moving cold front, and I do mean slow. It will bring us some rain and eventually coolest soft, but we won't see that cooler weather until the end of the weekend today, we've got some rain in the afternoon. Scattered thunder showers later today, eighty six the high showers and storms overnight more scattered showers tomorrow, eighty three and Saturday thundershowers continue their scattered in high of eighty I'm Terry Speth from the Weather Channel four top radio. Six eighty WCBS. Now. Keeping you connected with the latest views. This is talk radio six hundred WCBS and wcbMcom. Good morning getting liberal, the WTVN Marilyn news. The news at five thirty one. A Baltimore teenager is found guilty of felony murder in the death of Baltimore County. Police officer Amy Caprio seventeen year old don't Harris on ninth grader from Gilmore homes in west Baltimore will be sentenced in July a faces life in prison. Twenty five year old Richmond Virginia, man and his girlfriend from Atlanta. Our sentence in the shooting death of federal hill. Bartender, Alex, real blue revolution scheme the man to serve forty years in prison. The woman six years with all but four suspended. Student protests at Johns Hopkins University over a private police force and contracts with federal immigration officials escalate with some students chaining themselves to stairs in the strait of.

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01:32 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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04:28 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You'll transport your mind to a new level of focus and clarity. You would have never thought. Possible took listen it started working in minutes. All the sudden it felt like it dark clouds have been lifted up right before my eyes. I've a mental clarity. I've never felt before visit exacts athletes. Teachers and students are calling limitless a secret weapon for the brain. You have nothing to lose so call now and find out how to get a free bottle today. Get your free bottle of limbless. Call eight hundred six seven nine seven four four one. That's eight hundred six seven nine seven four four one free bottle for a limited time call now. Eight hundred six. Six seven nine seven four four one eight hundred six seven nine seventy four forty one WCBS news time, it's twelve oh three. I'm Michael Philapelphia in the six eighty WCBS Marilyn newscenter. Dante Harris the team charged with running over and killing Baltimore County. Police officer Amy Caprio in a stolen Jeep in may of twenty eighteen with found guilty today of burglary and first degree felony murder. A faces a potential sentence of life in prison. The jury deliberated for more than six hours over two days. When reaching their verdict prison terms handed out today for the convicted gunman and his co conspirator in the murder of popular federal hill. Bartender. Alex Wroblewski twenty-five-year-old marquess Winston received a forty year sentence and thirty eight year old Tanya Hayes got four years in the November twenty seventeen murder. Baltimore city. Police say a car was found in glens falls around eight AM this morning and the area of north Franklin town road near Morris wrote inside Lincoln park, the Baltimore City fire officials reported that after a search no victims were found the former Baltimore Piscopo Bishop who struck and killed a bicyclist driving drunk in two thousand fourteen we'll be. Released from prison amid may Heather cook will be on supervised probation until at least October of twenty twenty two in sports pro football ESPN's, Monday night football return, a two man booth when it kicks off its fiftieth season later this year network announced today, Joe Tessa Tori will be back doing play by play while booger McFarland moves up to the booth after being a field level analyst ESPN also announced. Lisa Saulters will return for an eighth season as the sideline reporter weather. Channel forecast is next Sean and Frank listeners already know Perry hall heating and air conditioning has so many reasons to call them one now Perry hall heating and air conditioning. Has yet another reason just in time for the hot summer weather, Perry hall heating and air conditioning is now offering replacement systems that receive up to two thousand one hundred dollars in combined manufacturer and utility rebates. Make no mistake the systems that are part of this promotion are not of some inferior brand that you've never heard of that competitors like to attach promotions to in order to move product. These systems are the top of the line. And quality and dependability just like our company. Call four one zero two five six seven two eight five to schedule a free, no pressure estimate. There are so many reasons to call Perry hall heating and air conditioning. What's your reason Perry hall heating and air conditioning? Celebrating our thirty fifth year of serving northern Baltimore City. Baltimore County and Harford county. Call four one zero two five six seven two eight five or Perry. Hall heating dot com. Your exclusive WCBS Weather Channel forecast expecting a little bit of light rain here through the afternoon should come to an end is temperatures top out at seventy more showers and thunderstorms expected tonight lows sixty two about a sixty percent chance of rain and thunderstorms for tomorrow with a high Eighty-eight and a Mexico clouds and afternoon shower possible, Friday, eighty two scattered showers and thunderstorms will kick off the weekend Saturday, eighty more rain early Sunday Sunday's high approaching seventy which have the Weather Channel for talkradio. Six eighty W C currently in downtown. Baltimore sixty degrees. Reporting a twelve o six. I'm Michael Philip LA six eighty VM news studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solution. Listen every Saturday at one and three pm to Iran. Roy talk about your safe return. Lucia Rush Limbaugh show starts now on talkradio six eighty w c. Reassure everybody trolling here in your breathlessly. Curious of what's going on to explain it? All it's going to be simple understanding that what we do here..

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08:39 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Metropolitan area since nineteen eighty to call for ten to five six seven two eight five. All right checking the lucid meter here. This morning to see how lucid mayor Pugh is on a scale of one to ten on Friday of last week. She was a one we heard by Monday. It was up the three we may be at five now on the lucid meter once we in that seven eight range, then she may be loosened enough to make a decision to eventually resign or step down. So we'll keep track on the lucid meter here in the program, by the way. This murder case against auntie Harris now in the hands of the jury, and there is a little bit of a I guess, I don't know if it goes portends a bad omen, or we'll tell you what the alternate juror saying just a second. But basically, they're arguing that the the defense Warren Brown in his closing argument. Yesterday, does not dispute that Dante Harris killed officer Amy Caprio, quote, it ain't a matter of innocence. We know that he's responsible for her death, and that's between him and God. No that's not between him a guy. You know? It's either, you know, he's charged with murder early this manslaughter here the particular case. But again, this is the young thug from Gilmore homes in west Baltimore. He and his young thug. Friends skip school that day. And of course, we're expected to believe that young thug. Dante Harris did not know the Jeep in which he was joy writing in was stolen. His fingerprints were all over and he was behind the wheel when he ran over officer cabriolet, but he know the Jeep was stolen. Yeah. It was just, you know, one of these, you know, ridesharing services now they offer in west Baltimore. Secondly, we're being told that he didn't know his friends while he was waiting forty two minutes outside in the neighboring. He didn't really was familiar with didn't grow up in you know, you skip school usually hang out in the neighborhood. You do whatever. No, they got into a stolen Jeep and went to this neighborhood and Perry hall. And waited forty two minutes, and there are text messages to confirm this he and his buddies. They were inside burglarizing numerous homes some of those items were in the Jeep. When he was in it as well. So they were in and out of homes bringing out the good work expected. Aided. No, his buddies his thug friends were in there stealing from decent. Honorable hard-working law-abiding citizens. Everything was just a big coincidence for Dante Harris didn't know the Jeep stolen did know his thug friends were burglarizing homes and didn't know how to react when an officer pulled them over. And then pulled a gun on him. He panicked. However, why we're not in that jury room. We're not in the courtroom one alternate juror. They were just both this yesterday's said this regarding the deliberations, quote, it's a tough case it really is. And of quote. Upset some of these things at the defense says, especially in cases, where it would appear to be absurd. As to the defenses position on this matter. It's up to the jury obviously to decide and of course, Warren Brown, and this particular case doing his level best the try to get his client all so sometimes when the the evidence is so obvious. Your your defense. Sounds a little at Cerdan as the prosecution has indicated and so the jury will sift through this. I doubt in Baltimore County. If you're going to see a jury that's going to buy into this. But that's just my opinion right now. Well, one of the jurors said tough case, really, you think this is a tough case. Oh, I again that to me is is just mind boggling if you're going to believe that three or four thugs from west Baltimore Steeler Jeep go to Perry. Hall burglarize homes. He's the lookout the getaway car. He runs over. A cop kills after tough case. Well, it may not be speaking. Well, maybe the jury pool is a little bit effective. We'll see we'll give the rest of the jury credit. We'll see what they come up with Stevens racers down. Steve good morning. You're on CBS. Good morning to you that it was time for professional jurors, and I really think depending on the higher level of jewelry. Who? Oh, the wrong way long way for the bottom county records. Are we going to get into street? Like, Freddie, gray will only in effect have a professional jury already in the form of a judge. I mean, the judge is the is basically the one that makes the decision, and if you had professionals and the judges the professional because he's paid to be a judge, though, if you had a professional jury. On a jury trial trial Detroit by a jury of your peers in a bench trial your. And that's that's a prerequisite prerequisite to that you are you know, that you're tried by a jury of your peers, but you have the option in some cases, whether you want the jury trawler, but what do you think? Found innocent. Are we going to be in the streets? Not I don't think you'll see that. But I do think there will be held a pay in some way, shape or form, and we're not in that courtroom. But this is just absurd. I understand warm Brown has a job to do. He's a defense attorney is trying to get his client acquitted. But again, this is what is amazing to me. Everybody stipulates that he's guilty. He's responsible for her death. Now, the question is guilty of murder felony murder of or if it's felony murder in this particular case, obviously, the punishment is going to be a lot more severe while. So here's my next question. You're in a car, it's not your car, and it's not any one of your friend's car. Would you think somebody loaned you a brand new Jeep he's he's trying to minimize the damage here? Warren brown. I mean it. You're going to as I said before when the evidence is so obvious some of it some of the things some of the things that you say that get the trodden minimize the potential severity of the sentence is going to sound kind of ridiculous. And again, it'll be up to the jury in this particular case to decide whether. Hit the guy is going to be found guilty of first degree murder, or if it's going to be something less than that. We'll see we'll see what the jury. You know, they make them back with the verdict today. Seven fourteen time for WCBS, traffic and weather first with the update, here's the king of all traffic. Chuck the body Whitaker. Thank Sean brought to you as a service Murat Kushner, managing principal with Wells Fargo advisors financial network LLC. We have delays on the approaches to both the harbour tunnels eight ninety five s for usual. Donald straight. Ninety-five takes the hit very slow now from the city county line through Maria road, and from there it stop and go to the toll plaza at the fort McHenry tunnel. Some of the beltway traffic now trying to get around to the key breach. Typical buildups around Pulaski highway the rest of the beltway with the normal delays. And we're busy on the J affects the lanes are open through northern Parkway into the ramp style town big wreck earlier this morning. The cleanup still there route thirty the Hanover pike around old hand of a road. We still have delays coming north from wasters town Glendon and south from route ninety one capitol. Beltway ride still slow the accident on the show. Shoulder delays there beginning at the outer loop at route twenty nine to laze go back and will affect the ride on southbound ninety five Murat Kushner has been helping Baltimore retire for more than twenty five years, and he manages north of two hundred sixty five million dollars for local clients if you're planning to retire in the near future combat four ten to dine four eleven thirty nine. Chocolate covered. Traffic and weather first. We'll talk radio six eighty WCBS WCBS Weather Channel forecast. Cloudy cooler.

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"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Michael Philip belly and the six eighty WCBS Maryland news center with the news at ten thirty. Jurors will begin deliberations today in the felony murder trial of a seventeen year old Baltimore boy being tried as an adult for fatally striking. Baltimore County police officer, Amy Caprio with stolen Jeep last week. Jurors watched Capri was body worn camera footage. She could be heard repeatedly ordering Dante Harris out of the car. She do repair Jeep slammed into her. The teams lawyer is described Capri O's death as an accident, Maryland governor Larry HOGAN, signing a measure today to implement reforms at the university of Maryland board of regions and the aftermath of the handling of a university of Maryland football players death last year, a measure requires the board the livestream open meetings online, and it also adds four members to the seventeen member board the FBI says it's billboard and social media campaign asking for tips about public corruption and. Ultimately aren't related to the federal investigation of mayor, Catherine Pugh. FBI spokesman Dave fit said that it's just coincidence as federal agents follow the money earned from her healthy. Holly children's book sales. He says the department pushed the need for tips and information every couple of months and Pugh isn't the only area person under federal investigation. The man accused of killing five people at the capital gazette newspaper in Annapolis is now pleading not guilty by reason of insanity. Lawyers for the shooter claimed in a court filing yesterday at the thirty nine year old is not criminally responsible because of a mental disorder. He had previously entered a not guilty plea and faces Twenty-three charges, including murder w w CBS news time, it's ten thirty one. We'll have a brief look at sports and your Weather Channel forecast is next here. Many you guys know they're getting your teeth fixed. It's something you've needed have done for a long time. But you put it off. Now, I used to fit into this category until I made my first appointment with Dr laser.

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"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Oaklawn governor HOGAN name's Robert Greene, new secretary of public safety and correctional services in Maryland. The FBI says is billboard and social media campaign asking for public corruption tips, not related to the feds investigation of Baltimore's mayor the governor to sign reform measures requiring more transparency at the university of Maryland board of regions after its handling of football players death. Last year jury began deliberating today, the fate of teenager charge of the death of Baltimore County. Police officer Amy Caprio the man accused of killing five people at the capital gazette newspaper in Annapolis pleads not guilty by reason of insanity. Still no suspects and he west Baltimore shooting that killed one and wounded seven others a jury begin deliberating today, the fate of teenager, charged in the death of a Baltimore County. Police officer at. The Baltimore judge deny or the Baltimore judges that is denied requests by Baltimore's state's attorney to dismiss nearly five thousand marijuana possession convictions. A look at sports in a moment. What if I told you there was a way to step into another gear for your brain and be much sharper? More focused and improve your memory to a level that you could only dream about. And notice these results in thirty minutes hard to believe neuro. Scientists are calling this new brain discovery the biggest advancement in brain science to date. It's called limitless the brain pill of the future, take it. And within thirty minutes, you'll transport your mind to a new level of focus and clarity. You would have never thought possible. I took limitless. And it started working in minutes. All of a sudden, it's like it dark cloud had been lifted up right before my eyes. I have.

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"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Edgewood is competent to stand trial lawyers for the Elkton suspects. They Bill pursue not you'll not criminally responsible argument, if he is found guilty after closing arguments jury today begins deliberating, the fate of a seventeen year old boy accused of running over and killing a Baltimore Kelly police officer, Amy Caprio, the handful of the handful of misdemeanor charges are dropped. A Germantown man accused of planning and Islam estate inspired attack. The national harbor pleads not guilty at his arraignment, although stolen vehicle count. Federal prosecutors say he intended to kill as many disbelievers as possible. This week marks the twenty fifth annual national infant immunization week and the centers for disease control and prevention or urging children teens and even a dull to get vaccinated against the measles. New York state is now experiencing one of the worst measles outbreaks is it was a limited decades ago. Rockland county executive Ed day, updating his counties cases pitched battle right now in my county with only one tenth of a cent of the entire population in the country. We have twenty nine percent of the cases of measles in the United States of America right now. There are seven hundred four cases of measles from twenty two states due to a lack of vaccinations. I'm looking sports in a moment. Hi, Sean, Casey before there was a football or baseball team in Baltimore before John's Hopkins the bay bridge fort mckenry, and even before.

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"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A jury is shown buddy camera video of the moments before Baltimore County officer Amy Caprio was run over and killed by a stolen Jeep attorneys for the seventeen year old driver of the vehicle claims it shows the teen panicked when the officer pointed her gun at in the prosecution says it was intentional. Liberal in school board will not make changes to the new star rating system for schools despite concerns from teachers who question whether non academic factors are weighted too heavily in awarding high ratings the system grade schools on academic achievement and other factors such as attendance graduation rates and whether schools have a well rounded curriculum, the US ambassador says America had no prior knowledge of a threat to ensure Sri Lanka before the Easter bombings that killed three hundred and fifty nine people North Korean leader Kim Jong UN arrive again Russia for his summit with President Vladimir Putin a cleanser Kremlin adviser saying the summit tomorrow, we'll focus on North Korea's nuclear program. President Trump's acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, talking to the fifteenth annual national Catholic prayer breakfast, Tuesday morning, Mulvaney, telling the crowd. That the president is a friend of Catholics. So I'm comfortable as a Catholic. Even though I work for general who is not Roman Catholic that the principles of our faith are alive, and well and well respected in this administration and are driving many of our policies. The president's critics have often accused the administration of supporting anti Christian policies that hurt the poor and vulnerable and pope Francis has criticized policies pushed by the White House on multiple occasions sports in a moment. PC that the millers have a brand new privacy fence that nice. They had long fence put it. I'm sure they did what you don't like it, you know, long fences overstocked. So they got a great deal twenty percent off while I'm sure the millers are enjoying their privacy. Maybe they were just tired of neighbors inviting themselves over. Our new deck from long fence. They're.

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"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That's B O L L, andbranch dot. Dot com. They six eighty WBZ news time is now three minutes past sexual club. A jury shown body camera. Video of the moments before Baltimore County officer Amy Caprio was run over and killed by a stolen Jeep attorneys for the seventeen year old driver of the vehicle claim it shows the teen panic when the officer pointed her gun at him. The prosecution says it was intentional Mummers acting mayor Jack young says city kids are unfairly blamed for flights and rally disturbances that broke out on Easter at the east point mall. And Dundalk says Baltimore City kids, always get the bad rap for mall fights Baltimore City, adding six new speed cameras and five new red light cameras on city streets speed cameras, carry forty dollar fines for drivers who drive or the twelve miles per hour over the speed limit and red light cameras issue seventy five dollar tickets. The drivers who run a red light. The Maryland the school board will not make changes to the new star rating system for schools despite concerns from teachers who question with our none academic factors are weighted too heavily. Too heavily enhance the high ratings the system grade schools on echo academic achievement and other factors such as -tendance graduation rate and whether schools have a well rounded curriculum a look of sports in a moment. Hi, Adam Kincaid here revalorised, it's my honor to introduce to you valor, second quarter razor for severe retired Marine Corps. Sergeant Jaren 'em largest Jaren served honorably and operation Enduring Freedom, fighting the global.

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"amy caprio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Record highs. I'm Anne case. WBZ news tonight. Oh, two of Ryan. Peers nearly three years after a deadly natural gas explosion in a Silver Spring apartment investigation by the National Transportation Safety board is wrapping up the NTSB concluded that a faulty regulator that was left unconnected to a vent pipe most likely sparked a gas explosion for chair, Robert some waltzes prior to the explosion complaints about a gas leak had gone unanswered six times in the weeks and months preceding, the accident residents reported that a natural gas smell the explosion of the flower brands apartments in Silver, Spring, killed seven people and injured sixty eight more in two thousand sixteen Washington gas is disputed the findings NTSB did not indicate if any penalties would be brought against the utility Barbara. Brit WMA, Ellen WMA L dot com. You plan on taking I to seventy tonight. Be prepared delays work will be taking place for the Watkins mill road interchange project. Charlie Gish flirt with Maryland state. At highway from says what you could expect. Once we get a little bit later toward ten eleven and twelve expect a single double triple lane closures, and then after midnight, very brief fifteen minute long, total closures for crews to get in there and do striving and move a quote, Ed Rodriguez. We'll have a full look at the roads coming up. The Federal Aviation Administration has given the green light to a drone delivery company to start delivering packages in Blacksburg Virginia. The Washington Post reports that wing is the first company to be certified as an air carrier by the F A wing is owned by the parent company of Google and murder trial has begun from one of fourteen years accused of killing Maryland police officer Baltimore County officer Amy Caprio died in may while responding to suspicious vehicle report, Dante Harris who was sixteen at the time was accused of paisley running over her in a stolen Jeep the lawyer for Harris urge jurors to ask themselves how they would have handled having a gun pointed at them at the age of sixteen. Wwl news time four now. WMA all traffic and weather from. Huntin carpet cleaning traffic center, so far so good onto seventy two haven't set up the work zone in the northbound lane yet. We've also got things reopened on the outbound chain bridge heading from the district into genius had earlier vehicle. Fi there right where clear Glebe road meets one twenty three. So seeing delay northbound on the Baltimore Washington Parkway in greenbelt briefly from one ninety three up to NASA Goddard now from garage door repair dot com. Here's the WMA. Oh Weather.

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"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"amy caprio" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Baltimore City council considers ways to deal with the Catherine Pugh under situation, the trial of the will begin in the murder of officer, Amy Caprio propaganda. Harris begins today, we'll touch on that as well as some other issues here in just a moment. Also talked with the director of the of the Newseum in Washington DC Bill Marshall Judicial Watch stops by about thirty minutes. Talking about the latest hot cases, they're investigating what they're working on. So stay tuned for that as well. Baltimore City council will now way some new ethics rules and limits on may oral power in a series of bills. And of course, these are measures would ramp up financial oversight disclosure requirements. Protect whistleblowers and a spokesman for mighty Jack young Lester Davis says young supports this debate. Beginning of the city council wants to ensure their broader community is included in this process. Many of the ideas, the council are planning to take up would require amendments to the city charter which that doesn't happen till the next election in November twenty twenty but that on the ballot before the voters would not need approval from the council summer of that year. So we'll see if there's anything that can be done legislatively to you know, you always put all the new ethics rules in that you want Frank. But it always cracks me up that if they aren't following the ethics rules at are ready in place. What makes you think they're gonna follow the new ethics rules? That's number one number two as wondering if up to the voters who is if they want to put limits on may oral power or not in right now, the voters have Baltimore City seemed to be happy with the ideology, man. I'm surprised they just don't put a charter amendment in to eliminate the Republican party and in Baltimore City and just ensure the future election of all Democrats. Well, at least as you know, the obviously are aware of of the situation and something's going to have to be done about it. And so this is a start on the, you know, the Pugh. And what's her involvement with these lucrative book deals and cetera et cetera. Was probably the straw that broke the camel's back. And so now, the city council is between a rock and a hard place. I think they've already made it known. I mean, they voted unanimously that the the mayor should resign. And so since she is not resigning or has it announced. So this is I guess the next step. They have to take in that is to consider changes in the limits on the power of the mayor and a way to oust of sitting there, and I'm sure they're thinking about her when they say that the the problem is then the it's really I think they've done this before mistaken, I think three or four years ago, they tried it with Stephanie Rawlings Blake. She vetoed the entire ethics rules package that came out of the city council. So you get a fifteen to nothing vote. It would be hard to override the veto. It would because right now all fourteen members of the council of call on mayor Pugh to resign, including. Jack. It would be fifteen would be fifteen, but I guess he would have to recuse himself from the because he's got vested interest. Just just guess still unanimous one way or the right, right? So again, so maybe that's what they're weighing in on the power of that. Who knows they may even vote to become the eleventh municipality in in Maryland to allow illegal aliens to devote in local elections because you already got what came remember all them. But there's college park there's two commie park and. Kawhi heights Ville amount ranger. The DC suburbs. Most of those are the disease, so but again, I think in fact, all I think in either Montgomery Prince, George's county all ten so we'll Baltimore become the first who knows we'll have to wait and see about that. The trial begins today for Dante Harris, the teenager cues of killing Baltimore County. Police officer McCaffrey, and it is said to begin today warn Brown is the attorney for Dante Harris and remember it should be interesting because they're actually arguing that. Of course, he stepped on the exceleron or in a moment of panic. Basically he didn't mean to run her over and killer. But you know, he was there in that neighborhood. Just liberating some of his friendly neighbors from their belongings along with a group of others that just an innocent act on the part of the misguided youth who just went down the wrong pep. He says facetiously, but this is going to be interesting because you know, you've got it in front of a jury in Baltimore County. It is again, I really wanted to get down there and cover this one. I'll warn Brown is going to explain that. Did he really mean this stuff on the break and hit the accelerator by accident? When when he was ordered out of the vehicle, and this is going to be a hard one to prove, you know, because you have intent involved here did he intend to run over the police officer killed the police officer. I wouldn't. To be honest with you, I wouldn't expect a first degree murder conviction at there is a conviction. I would suspect the second degree murder or. Manslaughter one or the other. Yeah. Because audio into the knobby. So it looks like he ran over to to get get away from her to escape the killer. Whatever the case may certainly didn't put the vehicle in reverse in backup to avoid her. I mean headed drive, and he Florida apparently and killed the officer Capri. Oh, so it's going to be a very interesting. It's going to be heavy lift, I think, you're right. Look anything that gets a thug off the streets is a is a good thing less. Prosecutors have more evidence than they might they have. They may not have revealed everything yet before the trial of the will is to is set to begin. All right. Still to come. Of course, we'll take a look at fifteen as the mole report proves the president. Trump did not obstruct Justice, by the way Clinton Easter Mark Penn saying the obstruction of Justice focused on volume two of the mole report. It should not exist at all. See him now reporter chase down Muller Easter services yesterday. He was not happy not happy. Indeed. And we'll tell you a little bit about the April Ryan and Sarah Huckabee.

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Putin says he'll observe term limits preventing 2024 presidential run

Tolbert and Lund

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Putin says he'll observe term limits preventing 2024 presidential run

"Seven seventeen friday night in boston beautiful night eighty six degrees red sox back home against the braves at fenway park no score in the first inning and good evening i'm jeff brown as we head into a holiday weekend here's what's happening in the wbz newsroom a student is now in custody following a shooting at an indiana middle school that wounded a classmate and a teacher police in portland oregon arrested drivers suspected of crashing into three people on a sidewalk then leaving the scene latest details on those stories of the cbs evening news coming up at seven thirty tonight and locally cambridge hires former state supreme court chief justice rodrick ireland to conduct an independent review of the april police arrest of a harvard student in ireland tonight two major exit polls are projecting irish voters have repealed a constitutional ban on abortions the exit polls by rt television and the irish times both project a landslide victory for the yes supporters seeking to liberalize the strict abortion ban in that country if the vote is confirmed ireland's parliament will be tasked with writing new regulations on abortion russian president vladimir putin is making plans to step down from his position in six years putin says he'll respect the russian constitution which bans anyone from serving two consecutive terms as president his remarks do not come as a surprise and do not necessarily mean he will relinquish power in six years according to experts putin has stepped down as president once before it happened in two thousand eight a maryland police officer run over by a teenager and killed in the line of duty has been laid to rest houses lined the route of the funeral procession answered iron a privilege to just be a part of something like this baltimore county police officer amy caprio was killed after responding to a crime one over by jeep for teenagers have been charged in her death at her funeral maryland's governor called her death the result of a heinous crime is sorry for that young girl abc news baltimore county maryland a new jersey school bus driver charged with two counts of vehicular homicide following a crash with a dump truck on a highway last week seventysevenyearold hootie mull dro senior being held in county jail tonight following the deaths of a student and a.

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Maryland police arrest suspects in police officer's slaying

The Larry O'Connor Show

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Maryland police arrest suspects in police officer's slaying

"The teen accused of killing a baltimore county police officer yesterday police chief terrence sheridan says the teen was known to law enforcement and was wearing electric monitoring device the time unfortunately in this situation we have a sixteen year old who has caused the death of one of our police officers the system not work it sounds like that it could have worked better in this particular case officer amy caprio was struck and killed by a vehicle while trying to break up a robbery three other teens are in custody so far they have not faced any charges happening now reports of an active shooter situation at a bank in panama city florida the walton county sheriff's officials say that the incident is tied to a suspicious death in santa rosa beach few details have been released so far there's no word of any injuries wwl sports brought to you by mr tire the nets host the padres at seven oh five the os take on the white sox in.

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