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Rayshard Brooks’ Widow, Attorneys Call On Atlanta Judge To Revoke Bond For Garrett Rolfe

Herman Cain

00:27 sec | Last month

Rayshard Brooks’ Widow, Attorneys Call On Atlanta Judge To Revoke Bond For Garrett Rolfe

"County District attorney has filed a motion to revoke bond for the ex officer charged with killing Ray Shard Brooks outside that Wendy's Garrett Ralphs Ankle Monitor shows that the former Atlanta Police Department officer left the state and went to the beach. Daytona BEACH, Florida on vacation. Defense attorneys say that it's not prohibited, but prosecutors say terms of his release on bond set a curfew and limit his movements are all faces, felony murder and assault charges after the June 12th shooting that Wendy's, by the way. Has since been torn down.

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Atlanta Police not responding to certain accidents

Keepin' It Real with Rev. Al Sharpton

00:42 sec | Last month

Atlanta Police not responding to certain accidents

"If you are involved in an accident, the police may or may not show up. Atlanta Police Department announced this week that they will no longer respond to car accidents without injuries due to the Corona virus. The department quietly announced the decision Thursday on their Facebook page, which states to protect the health and safety of our staff and customers and to help mitigate the impact of Covad 19. The Atlanta Police Department will not be dispatched to the scene of a non injury automobile accident. If you are involved with injuries, injuries, police police as as that that you you complete complete it it s s R R 13 13 form, form, according according to to the the A. A. J. J. C C in in Atlanta Atlanta Police Police Department Department spokeswoman spokeswoman says says the the policy policy is is temporary. temporary.

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Ex-officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks released on bond

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Ex-officer who fatally shot Rayshard Brooks released on bond

"Garrett Wolfe, former Atlanta police Department officer charged with the Ray shot Brooks murder. He's bonded out of jail. Actually, this former police officer charged with this murder in the shooting death of Ray shot Brooks. He posted bond over night. Ah, he was outside the Gwinnett County jail all night Tuesday and all of this morning where Garrett role was being held, he posted out but there are some conditions to his bond. And what do you think of how bad his conditions are? First of all, he must wear an ankle monitor off so he will have a curfew from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. With exceptions for work, legal or medical reasons. Hey, must surrender his passport. Ah, he's also not allowed to possess or carrying any firearms. He will not have any contact with family members of Brooks or any witness says, including the three other victims in the case, and he will not have any contact with other AH police officers,

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Officer charged in death of Rayshard Brooks booked for felony murder

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Officer charged in death of Rayshard Brooks booked for felony murder

"Today is the family of Ryszard Brooks is laid to rest the fired Atlanta officer who's charged with his death has a bond hearing the district attorney has now filed charges against both of the arresting officers including a felony murder charge for officer Garrett Ralph the Brooks family in much of the black community are pleased with that decision though they say nothing can bring race card Brooks back meanwhile much of the rank and file in the Atlanta police department is deeply unhappy with these charges they say that this was a justified shooting and they feel the district attorney brought these charges because of politics

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Former Atlanta officer charged with murder of Rayshard Brooks

Joel Riley

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Former Atlanta officer charged with murder of Rayshard Brooks

"In Atlanta his family pays its final respects to raise short Brooks in a private funeral the since fired Atlanta cop was charged with killing Brooks has a court appearance the district attorney has now filed charges against both of the arresting officers including a felony murder charge for officer Garrett Ralph the Brooks family in much of the black community are pleased with that decision though they say nothing can bring ray shard Brooks back meanwhile much of the rank and file in the Atlanta police department is deeply unhappy with these charges they say that this was a justified shooting and they feel the district attorney brought these charges because of

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

08:32 min | 3 months ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Yes but I I thought it was a terrible situation I studied it closely I'm gonna get some reports done today a very strong reports and I will have a little more to say about it tomorrow but certainly it was very to me it was very disturbing no matter what the different points of view are bars of his death we must all agree to one fact the fact that he was killed by the Atlanta police department the fact that someone's cousin brother local if you father companion and friend is no longer in this world how many more process will it take sure that the next victim isn't your cousin your brother your uncle your nephew your friend or your companion so that we can finally end the suffering of police excessive force and that's how we start off this week we're shard Brooks died of two gunshot wounds to his back his death ruled a homicide a lot has happened in Atlanta hi everybody Kate Delaney and here we go the president saying that he would have more to say about it but that it was very disturbing highly disturbing or sharp Brooks fell asleep was intoxicated at a Wendy's ended up dead as a result of it and there were some strange things that happened in between and of course the body cam can be viewed where they wake him up somebody calls they say he's asleep he grabs its seems peaceful for twenty minutes or so it's fine he grabs the taser gun of the of one of the police officers starts to run to run and then he was shot twice in the back and died of those wounds so he was drunk at a Wendy's I mean that's basically it had too much to drink it was trying to get himself right I'm assuming and did that grub thing that people do get jump into you know a drive through and wow so the taser grabbing the taser and then he was fired at and then that was it after that happened of course Atlanta exploded as I said the Wendy's was burned down in fact they got a picture of the police circulating of someone they believe to be the suspect and it's it looks like a white looks like a white older woman of middle age woman I guess but I I don't know that for sure just in looking at the the shots that's what it looks like so how does this happen you heard his now widow talking about the fact that he's he's gone he's no longer here a father of four had just celebrated his daughter's birthday hours before he was shot so there are a lot of things happening in Georgia in other parts of the country and this now is a new one of them so not as cut and dried as what we saw the excessive use of force as in the case of George Floyd the black man who died may twenty fifth when a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for nine minutes and basically choke the life out of him and we all got to see that over and over again the video that ended up sparking global protests against racial inequality in pre police brutality and now has led to is there gonna be police reforms is there gonna be defunding of of police departments across the United States and in fact the president is set to unveil proposals for police over halls and looking at measures that would do something to change what's happening is what they're saying is what the White House is saying in American cities but is it comprehensive enough does it fall short there'll be all kinds of I'm sure picking apart of what this ultimately ends up being and the approach supposedly is to seek to leverage the federal grant money to encourage local departments to do something more with training and certification around best practices what's happening in other departments and as you know look at what has worked hasn't worked and what's happening across the country obviously there's deep divisions in in our nation in the wake of all watching again George Floyd having his life choked out of him and now this push for what is lawn order what's happening in your neck of the woods in my neck of the woods and what's going on statewide what's going on federally and that's why again the president comes up with what he says will restore law and order others are saying that they doubt it they think it's going to come a short of that and that just funding and training is not going to be another off and then of course we have Seattle where several blocks in Seattle I know there's people listening to us in Spokane and Seattle and all over Washington several city blocks in in Seattle I have been taken up by protesters they sealed off the streets and even local a police abandoned a precinct and some people are taking swings at them for that others are applauding them the president blasted the Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan and Washington governor Jay Inslee for the year and threatening federal action if they didn't do their their job the governor has called out troops National Guard that kind of stuff but so far what's happening from Seattle now that we know of at least in that last handful of days it has been peaceful but the streets are blocked off the people are people are walking on the streets and eating and all of that but the precinct is absolutely closed and the streets are actually shot off you know shut off to police which which happened after the Floyd thing and prompted other cities to look at what they were doing and envisioning what that future would look like in the and again it's that push over de funding reinventing what is it going to be in fact the national fraternal order of police said they reviewed a draft of the president's executive action and they said that it strikes a great balance between the need for public and officer safety and the equal vital need for lasting meaningful and enforceable police reform and I think that's the key have talked about on the show I am not a fan of de funding the police I get the outcry the things that we have seen seeing the the video in the body cam of Richard Brooks the fact that he had too much to drink he said he was in a Wendy's line he was fell asleep somebody called because they wanted to get their burger they want to get around and he's blocking the line and then they come they knock on the window it seems like it's fine Schoolcraft gan the taser runs away and ends up dead and this week's after George Floyd and Brianna Taylor the outcry for charges in her case wow never ends friends never never ends and where will it end with police first people white that's one what this is a pandemic survival alert and the most time sensitive messages you'll hear this year you.

Medical examiner: Rayshard Brooks' manner of death a homicide

Steve Harvey

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Medical examiner: Rayshard Brooks' manner of death a homicide

"Ryszard Brooks the man killed by the Atlanta police department after a confrontation at Wendy's Friday night the subject of our calls this morning died after two gunshot wounds to the back says the Fulton County medical examiner he died of organ damage and blood loss the medical examiner concluded after the autopsy the manner of death has been classified as a homicide both the county DA Paul Howard released a statement about it on Sunday said today members of my staff had the unfortunate duty of witnessing the autopsy of Mister Brooks and as part of our continued investigation the officer who shot Brooks has been fired Howard said he will do determined by this week Wednesday if the officer will be charged with a crime Brooks twenty seven years old the father of four children shot after suspected DUII led to a

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Atlanta police site goes down, hacker group claims responsibility

Atlanta's Morning News

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

Atlanta police site goes down, hacker group claims responsibility

"We can't hack attack targets the Atlanta police department the internet hacking group anonymous claiming responsibility for taking the Atlanta police department's website offline Sunday morning anonymous tweeting it took action against the Atlanta PD for what it calls the execution of ray short Brooks it's calling for the rest of the two officers involved in the deadly shooting the Atlanta police department's website appear to be offline Sunday morning for brief periods

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Atlanta police website goes offline, Anonymous hackers take credit

Sterling on Sundays

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Atlanta police website goes offline, Anonymous hackers take credit

"It's been a pretty rough week for the A. P. D. as the department also falling victim to a hack attack the internet hacking group anonymous claiming responsibility for taking the Atlanta police department's website offline Sunday morning anonymous tweeting it took action against the Atlanta PD for what it calls the execution of ray short Brooks it's calling for the rest of the two officers involved in the deadly shooting the Atlanta police department's website appear to be offline Sunday morning for brief periods Cheryl Castro ninety five point five W. one

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‘Anonymous’ hacking group temporarily takes down Atlanta police’s website

Dr. Joe Esposito

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

‘Anonymous’ hacking group temporarily takes down Atlanta police’s website

"I hack attack over the weekend targeting the Atlanta police department the internet hacking group anonymous claiming responsibility for taking the Atlanta police department's website offline Sunday morning anonymous tweeting it took action against the Atlanta PD for what it calls the execution of ray short Brooks it's calling for the rest of the two officers involved in the deadly shooting the Atlanta police department's website appear to be offline Sunday morning for brief periods Cheryl Castro ninety five point five W.

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Atlanta police: 1 officer terminated, 1 officer on administrative duty following fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks

Bloomberg Opinion

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Atlanta police: 1 officer terminated, 1 officer on administrative duty following fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks

"One of the correspondents on the scene in Atlanta describe the atmosphere the night after a black man was fatally shot by an officer in the struggle following a field sobriety test correspondent Diane Gallagher has the latest involving the officers or just learning that that second officer who was involved in the incident has been put on leave that's according to the Atlanta police department so the officer that shot and killed ri chard Brooks has been fired and the other officer involved has been placed on leave or just getting that information right now from the Atlanta police department authorities say twenty seven year old Richard Brooks had grabbed the officer's taser but was running away when he was shot Friday evening Brooks's cousin says he can't understand why people can protest peacefully Atlanta's police chief resigned following the

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Atlanta police chief resigns after Wendy's shooting

Bulls and Bears

01:17 min | 3 months ago

Atlanta police chief resigns after Wendy's shooting

"Hour a shake up at the Atlanta police department less than twenty four hours after a deadly police shootings he feels has offered to immediately step aside as police chief so that the city may move forward with urgency in rebuilding the trust so desperately needed Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms praise chief shields she made that announcement late this afternoon the mayor though also calling for the termination of the officer who shot Richard Brooks outside a Wendy's on University Avenue while there may be debate as to whether this was an appropriate use of deadly force I firmly believe that there is a clear distinction between what you can do and what you should do the G. B. I. has released a video of the shooting tonight it appears to show Brooks with an officer's taser turning his arm toward the officer before he shot G. B. I. director Vic Reynolds is there going over additional video as well both from Wendy's restaurant and from individuals that we found on social media and begin piecing the circumstances together the governor tweeting just minutes ago that he's confident the GB I will follow the facts and ensure justice is served at the initial report police were responding to was it a man falling asleep in the drive thru at the Wendy's police say Brooks failed a sobriety test and struggled when officers started placing mend it placing him into

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Rayshard Brooks death: Atlanta police chief steps down

Rachel

01:37 min | 3 months ago

Rayshard Brooks death: Atlanta police chief steps down

"Atlanta police chief Erika shields handing in her resignation tonight that announcement was made shortly after the Georgia bureau of investigation said that it was looking into the police shooting death of ray shard Brooks that happened last night outside a Wendy's restaurant the Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms confirming the resignation in a news conference afternoon saying it was time for a change in the department while we have a police force full of men and women who work alongside our communities with honor respect and dignity there has been a disconnect with what our expectations are and should be as it relates to interactions with our officers and the communities in which they are entrusted to protect but chief shields will stay on in a role with the Atlanta police department that's yet to be determined chief Erika shields has been a solid member of a P. D. for over two decades and has a deep and abiding love for the people of Atlanta and because of her desire that IT lance should be a model of what meaningful reform should look like across this country chief shields has offered to immediately step aside as police chief the Atlanta police department says that ray shard Brooks resisted arrest stole a police taser last night during a D. W. Y. investigation mayors also called for the officer who fired his weapon to resign saying he had other options besides deadly

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Atlanta Police Dept. Fires Two More Officers In College Student Tasing Incident

Clark Howard

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Atlanta Police Dept. Fires Two More Officers In College Student Tasing Incident

"Leaders the Atlanta police department today fires another two officers tied to that tasing incident with a pair of college students on the night of may thirtieth just outside centennial Olympic Park officers Lani hood and Armand Jones have now lost their jobs they join ivory Streeter and market gardener were fired the day after the incident those four along with two others all face

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on The Young Turks

"Look. First sight. So you hear them yelling I. Mean You have two people in the car? I mean why. Why did it need to escalate to that point luckily? There were some consequences already for Some of the police officers involved in this investigators mark. Gardener and Ivory Streeter, who were both members of the department's fugitive unit, were terminated from the police force spokesperson for the Atlanta Police Department, told insider. Streeter worked with Atlanta police since two thousand three Gardner, since one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety seven here their images now the investigators Carlos Smith and Willie Sol's and Sergeant Lonnie Hood have been placed on Administrative Duty An. Atlanta Police Department spokesperson later said so. That incident is being investigated, but just meeting protesters with that type of force with that type of brutality doesn't make sense because it's going to further, escalate the situation, and that's what we've seen over and over and over again over the weekend. So, there's other example. Let me give you one more junk, so there's also video of the national. Guard and Minneapolis police. Basically shooting people on their private property on their porches. They were basically writing through residential areas. so what they're using here. Paint canisters or what they're shooting are paying canisters. This was video that went viral on twitter over the weekend Let's take a quick look at that..

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"From the Atlanta police department, the Fulton County district attorney's office and the Georgia Bureau of investigations well in Cobb County, and eggs corrections officer is accused of leading three kids fight each other at Marietta youth read read regional detention center is in jail. Trevor Coker resigned from the department of juvenile Justice last year and has spent the past ten months at large until he decided to turn himself into Cobb County on Monday charges, including child cruelty and violation of oath of office. Well in sports, the hawks loss host the jazz tonight is the second of a three game. Homestead the team have lost three in a row to fall to twenty four and forty eight and head coach Lloyd peers awaiting on being eliminated from the playoffs. A lot of ways. It's not that important when we get to a point where we feel like we can place expectations on our team. There's a lot of growth and development that we have to go through. And we're just not there right now. Well, you're w k will the forecast shows. It is fifty nine degrees mechanicsville with partly cloudy skies. Light winds later tonight, expect clear skies with the low around thirty nine I'm immune to Cooper on news talk thirteen eighty W A L K dollars. Check you right. And some trouble right now. In south Fulton County, this cellphone Parkway at US twenty nine a serious crash there involving three vehicles your westbound lanes. Shut down. Also, these delays are impacting folks onto eighty five westbound eighty five south and keep in mind. We did have the vice presidential motorcade moved through the southwest part of the metro area up to eighty five northbound than onto twenty five east Georgia for a limited time at sprint. Get.

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"All right on that right now. It's back to the show. Average harder hoesch it. Let's talk about it. We got picked up by buys ice out here, man. I think that this is a big play in kind of what I thought happened is happening twenty one savage, you know, he'd been in the street for a while. You know what I'm saying? I think I think the Atlanta police department knows that I think that ice was an excuse. And I think that once they got him into custody. They were going to try to throw some charges on them and see what stuck and now they're saying few after a few days they caught him with a Glock Glock nine two that's what they're trying to pin on him now which will be enough for deportation. You know what I'm saying? 'cause I just don't understand how a man can be deported. Anyway, he legally here does he have a visa five twelve no five thousand misconception misconcep- they said it was twelve he's been he was five years old. So he's firm Atlanta. This idea that he's not from Atlanta. It's like if you. Mostly rappers from Atlanta eight from Atlanta weren't born in Atlanta. Like, y'all just like him. You weren't born there which were raised right? I was the problem. Like, I never like I'm trying to get his visa like renewable like took four years. He's. He's a legal resident of the United States of America visa expired. He got in two thousand five when he was five or two thousand four is visa expired K visa expired. So he's been here since two thousand six illegally. We know what I mean. But he it was something about what he turned eighteen. I don't wanna I don't want to misquote the situation. But when he turned eighteen he had to start the process himself, his mom couldn't right? Do it for him. Yeah. So he's just been in this holding period waiting to be approved for his. So he has a social security number that he's been using the paid by all the. Confusing to me it's like when you put out fill out paperwork. I mean, you've done this in your career. Like, they ask for the social, and they cannot pay you unless you have the social simple as that. So he must have some sort of number. They knew he was here. That's not a question to erect deal. He pays taxes ear. Done towards overseas. No, never not those. He never left. I know he goes overseas cum exactly and I remember him saying on that. He he he he just started flying private everywhere because the hassle of commercial flights. I know he drove his first breakfast club. And if he's I mean, you're you're aware of some things now that he can go around. Hey, you know, many legal immigrant, you know, what I'm saying? He was going through the process of getting shit together. All I know this man got three kids that were born here that are all legal immigrants. They try and what type of example, like they're trying to do do. I have no idea. But I think that he's going to become a great example for this legal immigration situations. I'm totally honest. I wasn't really paying much attention. Right. I'm very familiar with it. You know what I'm saying? But I never really dug into the details. I just knew that it was wrong on a lot of levels. But when you see it happen to somebody like him, a guy that, you know, had been being here, you know, at least for the past few years being a very citizen got kids here does charity events. You know what I'm saying? This taxes to see them lock him up and say, oh, he's not to be here and he'd been hitting. It's five like I felt like a setup for happened on bowl weekend. Make like the news like even bigger. Yeah. So it's been like said, they try and make ample it's gonna work for them for all immigrants. That's what night it's gonna work for him though. I think he's going to he's going to become for the whole illegal immigration conversation. With meek mill is the prison..

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"All right on that right now. It's back to the show. Average harder hoesch it. Let's talk about it. We got picked up by buys ice out here, man. I think that this is a big play in kind of what I thought happened is happening twenty one savage, you know, he'd been in the street for a while. You know what I'm saying? I think I think the Atlanta police department knows that I think that ice was an excuse. And I think that once they got him into custody. They were going to try to throw some charges on them and see what stuck and now they're saying few after a few days they caught him with a Glock Glock nine two that's what they're trying to pin on him now which will be enough for deportation. You know what I'm saying? 'cause I just don't understand how a man can be deported. Anyway, he legally here does he have a visa five twelve no five thousand misconception misconcep- they said it was twelve he's been he was five years old. So he's firm Atlanta. This idea that he's not from Atlanta. It's like if you. Mostly rappers from Atlanta eight from Atlanta weren't born in Atlanta. Like, y'all just like him. You weren't born there which were raised right? I was the problem. Like, I never like I'm trying to get his visa like renewable like took four years. He's. He's a legal resident of the United States of America visa expired. He got in two thousand five when he was five or two thousand four is visa expired K visa expired. So he's been here since two thousand six illegally. We know what I mean. But he it was something about what he turned eighteen. I don't wanna I don't want to misquote the situation. But when he turned eighteen he had to start the process himself, his mom couldn't right? Do it for him. Yeah. So he's just been in this holding period waiting to be approved for his. So he has a social security number that he's been using the paid by all the. Confusing to me it's like when you put out fill out paperwork. I mean, you've done this in your career. Like, they ask for the social, and they cannot pay you unless you have the social simple as that. So he must have some sort of number. They knew he was here. That's not a question to erect deal. He pays taxes ear. Done towards overseas. No, never not those. He never left. I know he goes overseas cum exactly and I remember him saying on that. He he he he just started flying private everywhere because the hassle of commercial flights. I know he drove his first breakfast club. And if he's I mean, you're you're aware of some things now that he can go around. Hey, you know, many legal immigrant, you know, what I'm saying? He was going through the process of getting shit together. All I know this man got three kids that were born here that are all legal immigrants. They try and what type of example, like they're trying to do do. I have no idea. But I think that he's going to become a great example for this legal immigration situations. I'm totally honest. I wasn't really paying much attention. Right. I'm very familiar with it. You know what I'm saying? But I never really dug into the details. I just knew that it was wrong on a lot of levels. But when you see it happen to somebody like him, a guy that, you know, had been being here, you know, at least for the past few years being a very citizen got kids here does charity events. You know what I'm saying? This taxes to see them lock him up and say, oh, he's not to be here and he'd been hitting. It's five like I felt like a setup for happened on bowl weekend. Make like the news like even bigger. Yeah. So it's been like said, they try and make ample it's gonna work for them for all immigrants. That's what night it's gonna work for him though. I think he's going to he's going to become for the whole illegal immigration conversation. With meek mill is the prison..

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Coworker. Text a Fran text the name textile co worker let them know what time it is is time to get rid with Richard for the next three hours. You will be informed empowered and. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, even entertained. Yeah. We got a lot to talk about today. We are all over the place. New numbers are in ladies and gentlemen, new numbers show, double digit spike in crime across dozens of neighborhoods where is this located? It is not west Atlanta. It is not southwest Atlanta. It is not southeast Atlanta. It is in bucket. The Atlanta police department said car break ins are up. Thirty four percent. Thefts are up twenty one percent zone. One zone to zone five. They covered downtown midtown and Buckhead. They say they have seen spikes as well. But listen nothing like bucket. Nothing like bucket Buckhead is leading the charge now where did I see this at while? I was on Facebook minding my own business, and as I'm scrolling down. I see Mary Norwood marinole would former post to at large city councilwoman for the city of Atlanta. And also former may your candidate. She posted this on her time line. She said, and I quote, it is very very disconcerting to our community. It is happening more. There's no question. Maryknoll would also said she cannot stay quiet about the rise of crime in Buckhead. He said, and I quote Buckhead is under a crime increase that is dramatic and is concerning and I want everyone in the administration to know that and that begins with mayo bottoms. Go ahead. I told y'all she still running for mayor. So she utilized this opportunity to score a political point against the current administration. No would who chairs the Buckhead council of neighborhoods hand delivered a letter to mayor Kyushu last bottoms office on Monday asking for public meetings about crying. But she's just talking about Bucky. Okay. Understand. Now, she's not talking about everyone else. She is not a commission to represent anyone else. But the citizens of Buckhead because Mary Norwood is the chair of the Buckhead council of neighborhoods. She gets basically their mayor. He's actually there mayor boy zero point nine two two seven zero three. Did you guys? See this story. TSA workers busted for running a one hundred Lissette sit down for this a one hundred million dollar cocaine smuggling ring. One hundred million dollar campaign smuggling ring, federal employees are facing ten years to life in prison after being indicted, but using their poster smuggle over one hundred million dollars worth of cocaine into the US from Puerto Rico. Twelve members of a drug ring, including TSA, baggage screeners and security personnel are facing charges of conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute. Basically, the TSA agent would make sure there would be no canine intervention while the drugs being smuggled. Four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three. I'm sure the government shutdown did not stop them. Listen, they they probably volunteered for every shift. Hey, you you're not you're not coming in today. Don't worry Jose. I got you come on man one hundred million dollars to Puerto Rico. That's a lot boy zero point nine two two seven zero three. The report also says that sometimes they head up the five smugglers with thirty three pounds of cocaine each. Five smugglers and each of them carrying an additional thirty three pounds. Of cocaine. Sir. You were doing way too much. Four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three. Congratulations to Cardi B. Congratulations to car two Cardi B.

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Co worker. Text a friend text the name text a co worker. Let them know what time it is. It's time to get real with Richard for the next three hours. You will be informed empowered and. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, even entertained. Yeah. We got a lot to talk about today. We are all over the place. New numbers are in ladies and gentlemen, new numbers show, double digit spike in crime across dozens of neighborhood where is this located? It is not west Atlanta. It is not southwest Atlanta. It is not southeast Atlanta. It is in bucket. The Atlanta police department said car break ins are up. Thirty four percent. Are up twenty one percent zone. One zone to zone five. They covered downtown midtown and Buckhead. They say they have seen spikes as well. But listen nothing like bucket. Nothing like bucket Buckhead is leading the charge now where did I see this at while? I was on Facebook minding my own business, and as I'm scrolling down. I see Mary Norwood marinole would former post to at large city council woman for the city of Atlanta. And also former may your candidate. She posted this on her time line. She said, and I quote, it is very very disconcerting to our community. It is happening more. There's no question. Maryknoll would also said she cannot stay quiet about the rise of crime in Buckhead. He said, and I quote Buckhead is under a crime increase that is dramatic and his concerning. And I want everyone in the administration to know that and that begins with mayo bottoms. Go ahead. I told y'all she still running for mayor. So she utilized this opportunity to score a political point against the current administration. Norwood who chairs the Buckhead council of neighborhoods hand delivered a letter to mayor kisha last bottoms office on Monday asking for public meetings about crying. But she's just talking about Buckhead. Okay. Understand. Now, she's not talking about everyone else. She is not a commission to represent anyone else. But the citizens of Buckhead because Mary Norwood is the chair of the Buckhead council of neighborhoods. She gets basically their mayor. He's actually there mayor boy zero point nine two two seven zero three. Did you guys? See this story. TSA workers busted for running a one hundred listen sit down for this a one hundred million dollar cocaine smuggling ring. One hundred million dollar campaign smuggling ring, federal employees facing ten years to life in prison after being indicted, but using their poster smuggle over one hundred million dollars worth of cocaine into the US from Puerto Rico. Twelve members of a drug ring, including TSA, baggage screeners and security personnel are facing charges of conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute. Basically, the TSA agent would make sure there would be no canine intervention while the drugs being smuggled. Four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three. I'm sure the government shutdown did not stop them. Listen, they they probably volunteered for every shift. You you're not you're not coming in today. Don't worry Jose. I got you come on man one hundred million dollars to Puerto Rico. That's a lot four zero four point nine two two seven zero three. The report also says that sometimes they head up to five smugglers with thirty three pounds of cocaine each. Five smugglers and each of them carrying an additional thirty three pounds. Of cocaine. Sir. You were doing way too much. Four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three. Congratulations to Cardi B. Congratulations to beat Cardi B has been.

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Of the offer combo meal home invasion that took place within the last week or so at that house and the relationship sean mccoy and this woman is it deletion cordona correct she they they're not together anymore she's still occupying that house we have found through the course of the the revelations from this nine one one call on this incident of a of a third party invading the home to take back some of mccoy's possessions if this is not the first time that a a police related event has taken place at that house the last several months the police have been called out there what three times i think before this domestic domestic incidents yeah so the incident in question right now the one that took place most recently within the last few days is that a third party invaded the home brutally beat cordona and the picture i saw the picture for the first time today oh it's hard to look at is really hard to look at so brutally beat her took some jewelry and some very specific items that reportedly mccoy has specifically asked for from cordona asked back for sport yeah in documents and has asked for those items back from her and this person came in and took those specific items which has led to speculation that whoever this person is it invaded the home is doing it at the behest of the shawn mccoy lesean mccoy basically put out what amounts to a if not an out and out hit at least a physical beating and a and a a robbery on his former girlfriend he allegedly ordered the code red right is what she's alleging right and her friend is alleging who put the picture up on on facebook let's play the nine one one and then you and i can talk about what direction this thing can go from here but the nine one one audio it's a couple of minutes long so stick with it because i will tell you this about it is it gets it gets more and more disturbing and more and more revealing as it goes along so stick with it here for a second this is deletion cordona calling nine one one calling the police in the with the atlanta police department or at least the suburb of atlanta that they're in to make the call on what just happened this robbery and thuggery that happened in her home come exactly what happened the money and jewelry okay the person is still in your house right now okay getting help going to you weapons involved or mentioned ma'am yes.

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"So in nineteen eighty the atlanta police department contacted a self proclaimed psychic named dorothy allison and they were contacting her to assist with finding a serial killer that they could not locate and this is according to the washington post from nineteen eighty so at the time dorothy was working on or she just written this book and she was on a book tour it was called a psychic story and she had recently gone on what is it the phil donahue show which was huge at the time one of those talk shows and after this appearance apparently according to this article and according to city hall of atlanta the citizens numerous citizens were just flooding their phone networks with people saying you need to talk to dorothy allison she's going to help you out so this is in the midst of the atlanta child murders which occurred from nineteen seventy nine to eighty one that's an at this point within the atlanta child murders where there were thirty plus victims mostly children there are already ten young black children who had disappeared and been found murdered and then there were four others who were actively missing several other ones hadn't been reported yet exactly and there were no major suspects in the case at this moment so the department itself the police department along with the task force that they created in the fbi are just desperate to get any leads anything at all so they called her and according to dorothy allison she had worked with police in more than one hundred cases including the patty hearst case the kidnapping as well as the the john gay see murders the john wayne gase murders.

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Certainly did i had an amazing career and i'm very grateful for it women's history month and i'm trying to celebrate grand successful women doing outstanding work in a variety of arenas and yours has been in law enforcement now it's an literature i wonder trudy early on in your career as a female police officer did you encounter any difficulty or any difficulty well again i as a woman on the four again i one of the great things about working for the atlanta police department that many of the difficulties discrimination that people have experienced were experienced by people before before i came along in particular the african american a black officers and in essence they pave the way for other minorities might women gop community so there are already there were already procedures in place to protect people now i'll have to say they're always troglodyte s in any profession let your sat word for today troglodyte says so that force i'm just kidding so yeah there were instances where where i experienced some sexism but here's the way it worked for me and this is a great one of my favorite stories when i one of the first experiences i was assigned to the area of the home southeast atlanta and when i first came out i again atlanta works one person cars and at the time it was the most violent sector in the city most violent precinct in the city and we would routinely get disturbances that included description of a weapon being involved gun being involved and i had a sergeant and i was the only female on the shift i had a sergeant who every time he heard me get a call involving a gun in a fight he would have either he would either meet me himself or order me to meet him somewhere before i went on the call or he would order somebody to back me up he didn't do that for the male officers and that served on a number of detrimental things for me first of all it lesson my credibility and also on in terms of stats i'd have to share with the arrest was made then my numbers look back so one night i called radioed him and i said can you meet me and i said sarge has said if you were the only black officer out here and your supervisor said to you treated you differently than everybody else he said miss boyce.

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Shadows and she is your ubiquitous drug user who has been on the streets for a long time and but that encounter which was inspired by a real encounter with a woman one night when i was patrolling you know atlanta patrols one person cars yes i know that so this encounter with the woman she a lot of the people in the street have these really creative ways of talking and and the vernacular it was really wonderful so that encounter inspired actually the first thing i ever wrote and as it turns out that woman inspired one of the main characters of all these novels inspired her significant other development of a character versus nificant other her daughter her son we and her motherinlaw and her own mother so yes the characters come from my experiences and fiction is is a really magical thing some of the time that the james baldwin quote that i have in the beginning of the book i'll paraphrase have exact in front of me but james baldwin said riding his like journey and you never know what you will find you never know what you'll do or what you find will do to you know and i found that to be the case both in writing fiction and in my law enforcement work we are talking with trudy man boys her book a dark gritty novel set right here in the city of atlanta is the policeman's daughter and i've learned over the years that writers write what they know treaties thirty years as a cop in the atlanta police department.

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Missing CDC worker Timothy Cunningham drowned, no sign of foul play, police say

The Financial Exchange

01:03 min | 2 years ago

Missing CDC worker Timothy Cunningham drowned, no sign of foul play, police say

"And we have to change our laws and we're working on doing that the president speaking in white sulphur springs west virginia former president bush about sixty four hundred members of the national guard at the border between two thousand six in two thousand eight the body of a cdc worker missing for over a month is found body pulled from atlanta's chattahoochee river is that of missing cdc employees and the us public health service officer timothy cunningham first reported missing six weeks ago we have no indications to this point that there is any major michael o'connor of atlanta's police department the investigation as to how he died is underway cunningham was a harvard educated epidemiologist the body was spotted by a group of people fishing along the riverbank foxes have been brown investors around the world more optimistic that a trade war with china will resolve without too much damage the dow ending the day up to forty the nasdaq gained thirty four the s and p gained third at make that eighteen points fox news fair and balanced.

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Celebrate grand successful women doing outstanding work in a variety of arenas and yours has been in law enforcement now it's in the literature i wonder trudy early on in your career as a female police officer did you encounter any difficulty or or any difficulty i'll leave it there well again i i as a woman on the four again i one of the great things about working for the atlanta police department that uh many of the uh difficulties the discrimination that people have experience were experienced by people before uh before i came along uh in particular the africanamerican a black officers and in essence they pave the way uh four other uh minorities it might women um laiji of bt community um uh so there are are already there were already procedures in place to protect people now i'll have to say they're are always troglodyte s in any profession that your sat word for today troglodyte says sell therefore i've just any so yeah there were instances where um where i experienced some sexism um but here's the way it worked for me now this is a great one of my favorite stories uh when i want ovalles forced experiences i was assigned to the area of the home southeast atlanta and doubt when i first came out um i again atlanta works one portion cars and at the time it was the the most violent sector in the city most violent precinct in the city and uh we would retain league yet disturbances that included a description of a weapon be involved a gun be an involved.

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You identify in your story how do you about developing your characters are they are an amalgamation of personality types in people that you've known over the years there are at one of the great things about having worked for for the atlanta police department and in the larger community of atlanta are incredibly diversity and that is that um the police department line of police department reflects the diversity of the community so um my experience in the atlanta police department i got to work with a lot of really amazing people who came from a lot of different backgrounds and um my uh exposure to various communities in the city was a really wonderful wonderful experience that i got to know about atlanta in ways that a lot of people never would because of the diverse um the diversity and because i worked in a lot of different communities and learn a lot about atlanta is as a police officer and um i thought i knew the city really well because i had worked homicides at which meant i responded to communities all over the city and then i worked to beat network downtown our work the east precinct is precinct but getting and doing the research for the policeman's daughter i learned about the facts about the city that i would never have learned the hits the rich history of our city um as specially as regards the railroads atlanta's unique in uh large in in in comparison to a lot of large cities we don't have any natural geographical gifts we don't have a they or an ocean um or a river that runs through our city we are landlocked we are this city was built around its railroads and that in and of itself uh is an interesting thing i in doing research i went up to the southeastern train museum and um learned a lot about trains and of course this at low was originally called terminus that is correct and up so uh half.

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Affordable housing for our officers but my opponent however acid two hundred of these positions v lemonade it within the atlanta police department so i don't think that's the correct course of action i think that we should be looking towards upping our numbers as it relates to our officers not eliminating positions i am delighted to have gotten the endorsement of both police unions and the reason i did is because i went to bat for the officers to get the pay raises that the administration had been thwarting it took me a year and a half but i got those raises for them what mrs bottoms's referring to is the fact that the administration refused to give the officers the last increases that they deserved and we are losing officers so quickly we are losing twelve to fourteen officers every month so it was a reallocation not eliminating positions it was making sure that we would have the money in the budget to give the officers the raises right right now so that we would stand the attrition our city is not safe in less we have a full complement of officers fair for them and fair for our citizens and i will work diligently to give them everything that they need so that our city will be safe to each of you keeping atlanta's best in atlanta or officers we know retention zeman such a problem is it is simple almost the where money is 95 percent of it meaning if the officers make as much in the city of atlanta is they can make in some of our out outer areas will those officers in your view to each of you mr would start is that the thing we have several different different situations that we've got one is is that we do have to look at what their total compensation package is many of our city workers and i am honored to have gotten the endorsement of all the city unions firefighters police and city workers because i have cared about them and because they have.

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Affordable housing for our officers but my opponent however acid two hundred of these positions be lemonade it within the atlanta police department so i don't think that's the correct course of action i think that we should be looking towards upping our numbers as it relates to our officers not eliminating positions i am delighted to have got the endorsement of both police unions and the reason i did is because i went to bat for the officers to get the pay raises that the administration had been thwarting it took me a year and a half but i got those raises for them what mrs bottoms's referring to is the fact that the administration refused to give the officers the last increases that they deserved and we are losing officers so quickly we are losing twelve to fourteen officers every month so it was a reallocation not eliminating positions it was making sure that we would have the money in the budget to give the officers the raises right right now so that we would stem the attrition our city is not safe in less we have a full complement of officers fair for them and fair for our citizens and i will work diligently to give them everything that they need so that our city will be safe to each of you keeping it land is best in atlanta or officers we know retention been such a problem is it is simple almost that where money is 95 percent of it meaning if the officers make as much in the city of atlanta is they can make in some of our outer areas will those officers in your view to each of you mr would start is that the thing we have several different different situations that we've got one is is that we do have to look at what their total compensation package is many of our city workers and i an honor to have gotten the endorsement of all the city unions firefighters police in city workers because i have cared about them and because they have.

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Not all questions are going to be for all of you but on this one we're gonna do this law enforcement that tells us that police officers patrolling our streets probably the most effective way to deter crime as you all well know that have police farm has three hundred vacancies currently and we're losing officers as you all know very well well off into the suburbs where a lot of cases the pay is simply better let's start with mr aims on this question and they're like to move all the way through the room and finish with you cuonzo so i agree with justin attrition is a problem with the atlanta police department only about 1800 roughly police offices of their mini leave to go to other neighboring jurisdiction this is so the solution is based on my leadership this is what i've discovered number one is we need to make sure that our police officers have paid well on my watch as chairman of fulton county are instituted a pay and classification study that allow for all the employees the pay on par with other neighboring jurisdictions number two we need to put an emphasis on training not just a typical training but also crisis at vets in training that's need it to help police officers the deal with this vert difficult situation of arresting people in our city the number three we need to have support i've done that as gem the county supported our police department as well as provided a certain level of accountability says well mayor we're going to have the safest large city at america and the way we're going to do that as a heavy police department are that as well paid well train but they also going to be partners with the community but father wasn't atlanta police officer and he walked the.

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"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"atlanta police department" Discussed on WSB-AM

"My auto insurance like look i'm uptodate on my auto insurance and the the woman was very helpful she looks up my thing she's like oh no way you're up today on this when at your other mercedes that you haven't pay the assurance odd thing and i hope i tilted my head like bosco like my does wanna and she's like yeah you're a you know the two thousand in tangara sadi's you've you've neglected and models like two thousand six or something a mike lee i don't own two mercedes you know i i've won barely and barely making the payments on that thing i don't have to see that well according to state of georgia you do need an era you're you're in a rears on your insurance is suspended year registration license i'm freaking out slaughter anyone that works in this building sound like that comes up what i do i call clark howard clark what's corn on dude and at before i even got the finish the story he goes hang up with me and freeze your credit and then call the police department because your identity has been stolen and unlike great so i did exactly said i called up 3 bucks for each agency me nine arteries my credit call the atlanta police department followed a plea support this was in two thousand eleven and so september would a what had happened was a happy one in two thousand in ten someone took my identification and went to mercedes benz dealership in fort lauderdale florida and bought a seventy two thousand dollar car in my name they had my social security number apparently they'd forged.

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