35 Burst results for "Aurora Police"

"aurora police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"aurora police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The center for investigative reporting and PRX this is reveal I'm Ike's Kondo Raja in for Alec There's a pattern that's become familiar It's one where police officers do something wrong and then afterwards nothing really changes We heard that story in the last segment But in this next story we're going to take you to aurora Colorado where there was a different outcome If you know anything about the aurora police department it's probably because of Elijah mcclain Elijah mcclain was a 23 year old black man a musician and massage therapist He was a skinny guy and his friends described him as shy And in 2019 he was stopped by aurora police while he was walking home from a convenience store The officers wrestled him to the ground put him in a chokehold and held him down as he said I can't breathe Then Elijah was injected with a powerful sedative Ketamine On the way to the hospital he went into cardiac arrest Three days later Elijah died It wasn't the officers who gave him ketamine cops just can't use drugs to control people It was the paramedics for what they said were medical reasons Reporters Michael de Joanna and ray Solomon at kuan C public radio were covering the case and they wanted to know who else this was happening to and why What they found.

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6 teenagers injured in shooting near Colorado high school

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

6 teenagers injured in shooting near Colorado high school

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting six teams are injured in a drive by shooting near Denver area high school authorities in Aurora Colorado are investigating a shooting Monday that saw six teenagers ages four to eighteen wounded at a park near Aurora Central High School my understanding is it was a drive by shooting as well as there may have been people on such cheap enough so Wilson of Aurora police department Monday shooting followed the fatal shooting of an eighteen year old Sunday night and a report of a shooting at a mall in Aurora on Friday where police found shell casings enough is enough and I think we need to come together as a community this is a public health crisis sound courtesy of KCNC hi

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Officers and Medics Indicted in Elijah McClain's 2019 Death

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:07 min | 9 months ago

Officers and Medics Indicted in Elijah McClain's 2019 Death

"Back in two thousand nineteen hundred twenty three year old. Elijah mclean died after a violent encounter with police today two years after his death a colorado grand jury has finally indicted three police officers and two paramedics our report tonight from nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez similar unit. We're fighting tonight. Police officers and paramedics in aurora colorado are facing criminal charges after stopping. Twenty-three-year-old elisha mclean while. He walked home from a convenience store here today because allies is not here and he should police had gotten a call about a suspicious man wearing a mask introverts. They restrained him with corroded hull than paramedics injected him with a powerful senate. Kademi is now a thirty to count indictment two officers former officer and two paramedics each face account of manslaughter. In criminally-negligent homicide four of the five also face assault charges mcleans family described him as a kind introvert who played violin to comfort cats at an animal shelter. They say he often wore masks to keep warm because of a blood condition a loud and resounding statement that nobody is above the law right after his death august. Twenty one thousand nine prosecutors did not charge anyone protesters but the case drew renewed attention last year following the murder of george floyd. Some of mclean's last words. I'm just different became a rallying. Cry calling that response. A hysterical overreaction. Today the aurora police union said our officers did nothing wrong. Sadly mr mcclean do a combination of exertion due to his decision to violently resist arrest and a pre existing heart condition but mclean's father wept as he heard the news disneyland. Bit people will be held accountable with the and i know my saying be smiley. Legal experts. Say that while it's unusual for police officers to face charges in this type of case. It's extremely rare for paramedics to do so.

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Officers, medics indicted in 2019 death of  Elijah McClain

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 9 months ago

Officers, medics indicted in 2019 death of Elijah McClain

"Three police officers near Denver into paramedics have been indicted on manslaughter and other charges in the death of a black man Allisha McLean two years ago a nine one one call was received in Aurora Colorado that McLean looks suspicious all I'm going to change Klein told officers he was just different and didn't have a gun McLean was put in a chokehold injected with powerful sedative Attorney General Phil Weiser says macleans memory will live on as a blessing after his death Colorado continues to lead on law enforcement accountability claims mother Shaneen says her son believed humanity matters that are still working are going to lose their job there's a possibility of all this and the Aurora police association says there was no evidence the officers caused McLain's death I'm a Donahue

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"aurora police" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"aurora police" Discussed on WJR 760

"Paul W. Smith Show on W. J. R. Well, uh, it's not new. It's kind of become a regular thing. I have never seen as many Michigan officeholders politicians showing up on national and international news as we have in the fast I know in the past year or so. Certainly Governor Gretchen Whitmer was everywhere on CNN and other networks. Along the way. The attorney general Dana Nessel, has been all over the place and the secretary of state Jocelyn Benson, to name but three We add to that now our former Detroit to police chief Chief James Craig, who once again last night was starring On Tucker Carlson on Fox News, Lloyd Jackson. Is keeping an eye on the chief as our WJR senior news analyst has to stay on his toes to do that, Lloyd. Good morning. Good morning, Paul W N as you, said former Detroit police chief James Craig, who ended his 44 year career in law enforcement. June 1st made a comment last night during an appearance on Tucker Carlson tonight that would lead one to believe that he's running for governor, Michigan and for those of you who didn't hear it. Here's what Craig had to say, Tucker. I know we're short on time. I got one thing I got to get out. Before I end. This hope we can do this again next week, because guess what? I have an important announcement from Michigan's future right here. And I promise you I'm gonna do it on your show. If Man. I love.

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‘Elijah McClain should still be here today’; Aurora Fire Rescue, Aurora police respond to independent review

Big Al and JoJo

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

‘Elijah McClain should still be here today’; Aurora Fire Rescue, Aurora police respond to independent review

"Are reacting to the independent review of the death of 23 year old Elijah McLean at the hands of police in 2019. Outside. Investigators say Aurora police did not have a legal basis to stop. Alija McClain did not have the legal authority to frisk him or use a choke hold on him and that paramedics did not properly evaluate him before giving him a powerful sedative. Today. Police chief Vanessa Wilson reacted to the report. The bottom line is Elijah MacLean should still be here today, a state grand jury and the U. S. Justice Department are investigating the case as well. Laura

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Police, EMTs criticized in death of Elijah McClain

Democracy Now! Audio

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Police, EMTs criticized in death of Elijah McClain

"In colorado and independent investigation into the police killing of twenty three year. Old elijah mclean has found aurora. Police officers did not have the legal basis to stop mclean or apprehend assaults him. The report published monday says mcclain's encounter with the police was violent and relentless struggle and that the limited video and audio available from the incident quote. Reveal mr mclean surrounded by officers all larger than he crying out in pain apologizing explaining himself and pleading with the officers unquote mclean was stopped by three police officers on aug twenty fourth two thousand nineteen as he was walking home from picking up a nice tea for his brother at the local convenience store. He was tackled by. Police placed a chokehold and was then injected with ketamine by paramedics. He died on august thirtieth after days on life support.

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"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Versus Congress, and Of course, the men and women of the guard and the police force is there. I think we'll be safe. I think they're taking appropriate precautions. Meanwhile, around the nation after the FBI warned of possible violent protests ahead of Inauguration Day state capitals around the country are boarding up this weekend, Plexiglass was hung on the first floor windows of Massachusetts statehouse, John Propel you works on Beacon Hill. I'm a little worried. No one knows what's gonna happen. Democratic Congressman Bill Keating urged the public to keep an eye out if they hear something in social me. Here in conversation. Be vigilant. There's heavy police and National Guard presence at many state capitals in Michigan, Lansing City Council president Pete Spatafore when someone tells you that they plan for violence, you need to take them at their word. Todd and ABC News over 19 cases continue to rise Americans Demand for vaccines now greatly outpacing are available supply, with millions hanging in the balance. Multiple states, No scaling back distribution plans. They just ramped up. ABC is Trevor all has more from New York because of shortages. New York's Mount Sinai Hospital canceling appointments Friday through Tuesday, and in Texas grandmother, Pat Jones described her hunt for a shot as a 24 hour operation since she trying Tonto into the site to register Either crashed because of overload. Or they had used up all the slots America logging more than 100,000 cases every day since November, 3rd the an aria is filing for bankruptcy. The powerful gun rights group calls it part of a restructuring plan. The group blasting New York as a quote, corrupt political and regulatory environment, saying it will leave New York for Texas and become a nonprofit. You're listening to ABC News KO, a news radio time 12 02 Aurora Police have arrested a 44.

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Colorado grand jury will investigate death of Elijah McClain

Broncos Country Tonight

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Colorado grand jury will investigate death of Elijah McClain

"To move forward in the transition. And Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser says he's decided to open a grand jury investigation into the death of 23 year old Elijah McLean. The move gives the attorney general the ability to compel testimony and require production of documents and other relevant information. The claim died from cardiac arrest. After being stopped by Aurora police in August 2019. He was on his way home from a convenience store. He was reportedly restrained with a choke hold and paramedics sedated him with a large dose

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West Lawn shooting: Person killed on Kilbourn, Chicago

John Williams

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

West Lawn shooting: Person killed on Kilbourn, Chicago

"Busy New Year's Eve for police. One man was killed, another wounded in a shooting Thursday night and West suburban Aurora. Police say the shooting happened at about 9 P.m. on the Farnsworth Avenue Bridge between Dearborn Avenue and Mountain Avenue. Two men suffered gunshot wounds. They were transported to a local hospital and rode to the 1300 lack of Dearborn Avenue before coming to a stop. Officers found them in a large group. Apparently both glamour transported to the hospital. One man pronounced dead at the hospital. No. One in custody in that case. And a police say a man was fatally shot Thursday night and West Line on the Southwest side and the skaters say at about 7 P.m.. The man was on the sidewalk and the 60 100 block of South Kilbourn when he was shot in the head and chest. He was pronounced dead at the scene area. One detectives are

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Police in Colorado release video of woman restrained with her head on floor of police car crying for help

Mandy Connell

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Police in Colorado release video of woman restrained with her head on floor of police car crying for help

"Aurora Police officer could learn whether or not he will be reinstated This week. week. Levi Levi Huh, Huh, Fine, Fine, restrained restrained a a black black woman woman and and Pinter Pinter on on the the floorboard floorboard of of his his patrol patrol car car while while she she screamed screamed for for help. help. She She was was screaming screaming Officer, Officer, Please Please let let me me out. out. Don't Don't cooperate, cooperate, I I promise. promise. Please let me out. Please let me go over In a moment. It was the please lend me a fine placed his body Cameron, the window of the car, which also showed another person cursing out the former officer at times during a ride that lasted about 20 minutes. Least chief Vanessa Wilson fired how fine in August 2019 calling the incident beyond human decency finds Attorney says the former officer is a scapegoat for larger issues within the Aurora Police Department. The Aurora Civil Service Commission will be meeting for a scheduled meeting tomorrow

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"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Crew's going to be on a project for the next two weeks, and it means there's going to be no H line service north of the Theatre District Convention Center station during that time bus shuttles. To be in place to serve impacted stops. The L line gonna be shut down completely during the work as well, and people are being directed to bus route. 43 is a substitute. Now all downtown writers being advised to plan for additional travel time, The Colorado Society of Anesthesiologist sent a letter the state Health Department calling for an end to the use of cattle mean by empties and first responders. An injection of the drug is thought to be one of the causes of death for Elijah McLain. He died after being arrested by Aurora police last year. The Department of Health is currently reviewing a wafer program that allows CMS personnel to use ketamine to help calm down suspects arrested by police. The Paso County clerk in recorders office seeking some help ahead of the election, the offices hiring 500 election judges for temporary positions between now and November 3rd to pay 15 50 an hour Simon's can last up to five weeks, depending on the position. Get more information at Theo Paso County Human Resource is website President Trump explains his thoughts behind, speaking to reporter Bob Woodward for his brand new book, which comes out next week. Figured, you know. Let's just give it a little shot. I'll speak to him wasn't a big deal. I speak to him. Let's say I don't know the book is good or bad. I have no idea Probably almost definitely, well, read it because I don't have time to read it. The president said Woodward's book is another political hit job, although he did agree to 18 interviews for that book, 35 wildfires Burning in Oregon, at least five of them, causing massive destruction, Governor Kate Brown says they're just starting the process of going through the debris. Hundreds of homes have been lost. And we continue to carry out mass evacuations across the entire state. The governor says. At least five towns suffered substantial damage. Those towns located and canyons were strong wind swept the fire through giving people little time to get out. Tomorrow marks 19 years since 9 11 coming up, we'll talk with the author of a new memoir, Who remembers it Every day will explain why, when we chat with him live at 6 54, but first traffic every 10 minutes on K Away with John Morrissey is out. Jonathan Steele is in Yeah, well, we got a John here anyway, right? We've got one acts that that's working here. Currently, that's causing delays on I 70 czar. Actually, it's shared in south down right at the I 76 interchange have had to block off the South bound lanes and unfortunately diverting you on the westbound. I 76 overto Wadsworth. And then I guess you get turned around from there, but wow, what an inconvenience that is. I 76 in from 74th back died 25 jamming along with 2 70 little bit busier there through the Vasquez where Ah Right now, looking at 25 doing pretty well down to and from the tech center from the BET, Fred Sports Traffic Center, but.

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"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On our way to a high only in the upper seventies, slightly cooler again tomorrow and then a warm up ahead of the weekend. Yeah, I walked out of my house this morning. I said. This doesn't feel like summer. It's crisp. It's likea faring today. It is very much like that right now. On Colorado's morning news. Recent protests are resulting in a call for action nation. Wide and on the local level, then Aurora police will have fewer high caliber weapons if some council members have their way, Councilman, one Marcano says, also wants to eliminate tear gas and pepper spray. They have like a larger cone of impact, basically. And can in a non target fashion impact folks who were not necessarily to be sprayed. Marcano says the Aurora Police Department should not have armored personnel carriers, certain rifles and grenade launchers. Politics were social unrest is carrying over into the race for the White House. The president heads this week to Kenosha, Wisconsin, where Jacob Blake was shot by an officer seven times, Trump campaign adviser Lord Trump said on Fox News Sunday. The president blames Democrats. The mayors of these cities have let their citizens down. They've not upheld the laws. The biting campaign has said it plans to travel extensively to build support after Labor Day with plans to bring people together to bridge the nation's racial divide. As of today. Hey, the election 63 Days away. Colonel Scott Fox News, the acting secretary of Homeland Security is again repeating his calls to let federal officials help stop the violence in Portland. We've asked the governor We've asked the mayor to step in. If they don't have the resource is president's been very clear on this as you know. We will happy to provide resource is to bring this violence to an end. On ABC is this week. Chad Wolf claim What's been happening in Portland this summer is exactly the opposite of how to make sure a city is safe. Portland police are investigating a shooting overnight that left one person dead in an area where protests were happening. Hundreds marched down Colfax from Aurora to Denver on Sunday, demanding an end to racism and violence. Sidle Library Quiet Thiss group.

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Ketamine that's injected during arrests draws new scrutiny

At Home with Gary Sullivan

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Ketamine that's injected during arrests draws new scrutiny

"Colorado Health Department has announced plans to review the state's ketamine waiver program. Working with medical experts to study the use of the sedative in the field. The use of ketamine faced increased scrutiny after the death of Elijah McLane, who was confronted by Aurora police injected with ketamine by paramedics and later died. Here's Fox 30 one's Rachel Scada. Paramedics can only administer academy in under a state waiver, and according to state guidelines, it should only be used on patients so combative someone's safety is at risk or to calm, extremely agitated patients who experience a condition. Called excited delirium. The reviews expected to last at least, 12 weeks.

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Colorado attorney general announces broader probe of police

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Colorado attorney general announces broader probe of police

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Colorado Attorney General launches a civil rights investigation of a police department that's being sued there were two developments Tuesday related to the death last August of twenty three year old Elijah McLain after he was detained by police in Aurora Colorado the claims parents filed a federal civil rights lawsuit saying in part they want to send a message that racism and brutality have no place in American law enforcement separately Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser announced a civil rights investigation of the Aurora police department has been under way for several weeks that probe is separate from an investigation into the claims death that was ordered by Colorado governor Jared published last June hi my cross yep

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"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The excess deaths are calculated by the CDC. Using normal mortality patterns applied to each state's population, anything above the upper threshold of a 95% confidence interval around the expected deaths. Is considered excess This would be it would be normal to expect death to be either above or below the 95% confidence interval about 5% of the time. That translates to one out of every 20 weeks. But the number of deaths have on ly been above the expected range not below and nine times out of the year's 30 weeks tracked so far, nine Times in 30 weeks when normally it is one out of every 20 weeks. So people are dying because of Corona virus, but they're not dying of Corona virus. I'd love to know Maur about those numbers. I'd love to know more about who those people are and love to know. Oh, what the situation was there, you know? Because they're dust certainly won't be noted interesting article about a survey of homeless people downtown. They asked homeless people why they congregated downtown Dave And homeless people said it in a majority that they felt safer downtown. They felt safer in a group in a camp in a homeless camp. And I'm gonna come back to that because it really got me wondering. They say when they disperse these camps and homeless people are far more likely to be the victims of physical or sexual assault. If the if the governor can mandate mask use in the guise of safety. Why can they not say you cannot live on the streets anymore? Because you're not safe there. And we're going to do this for your safety. Going to get you off the streets because it's not safe on the streets. And the one thing I will point about about this survey, and maybe it was in the actual survey. And just not in the article. There's not one mention of drug and alcohol use. Not one mention of mental illness, Nothing. So the underpinnings of the entire situation are completely ignored. In the survey. This is why I've decided Dave. I have a new name. For the homeless industry. It's the homeless, industrial complex or hic. Ah h I see. And if they want me to take them seriously, then they cannot. They have to stop insulting my intelligence and be honest about what the problems are. Because if we can't name we can't fix him. That's just how it is. I've discovered a new comedian and I think that dull Chase loan is one. It was She's hilarious. And I have her a little bit of her stand up. On the block, and I got to tell you guys are pal Ryan Long comedian Ryan long. He's got a new video out. This guy is crushing it when it comes to responding in a funny way to PC culture, and this video, Dave is about comedians against comedy. Okay, They're going to stop comedy, and they demand that if you go watch comedy that you do it in an angry way, like arms crossed angry face. So those comedians know that you are not there to be entertained. You're there to be judged. I mean, that's fantastic. He's killing it right now. So that's a video on the block today. Here's a funny story. I think it's money anyway. So in the midst of trying to get the millions of dollars worth of graffiti off of the Capitol building, moving hundreds of homeless people from right out front and dealing with Corona virus now governor Jared Polish has to do with a lawsuit from WildEarth guardians about laws that he signed onto the books last year. It is now not meeting the standards for Oh, good charms, nobody else anyone. No. Okay. All right, then. Moving on. I got an email last week. From an Aurora Police department member and I'm going to talk about this right at right after interview with David Horowitz, which is coming up next You know if we have, how long do we have him? Dave? Half hour hour. What We got, um half hour. I think. OK, then, at 1 30 We're going to talk about this at length. I got an email from an Aurora Police department member. And he just got back from his mandatory SB 2 17 training. And let me just say this. If the Aurora Police Department's orders or guidance or any indication I would not expect Too much from police officers across the state. Because they have too much at stake. And quite frankly, the guidance that they're being given Is not good for law abiding citizens who may become victims. I'll share that with you at 1 30 You can see it on the block. Now. I asked if you could if I could publishes his e mail, and he said Yes. So it's on the block today, but from what I understand this is very similar to the guidance is being given by other police departments. And I also have an interesting article about how much Colorado police departments across the state. Have stopped. Stopping people police initiated stops. Are down dramatically across the state. As police department's try to figure out what s P to 17 means for them and policing and this is not good news. For law abiding citizens, especially those of you who are unarmed. I'm just doing that out there. Because if somebody steals your stuff and runs away, the cops will not stop them. And I don't blame him. Not one bit. We've got to figure out a way to strike a balance, and we're not even remotely close to being there. With SB 2 17 Not even remotely. David Horowitz. His new book Bullets, Trump will smash the left and win. I'm excited to hear about this because I and I started talking about this earlier. This thing this last weekend where Trump puts these executive orders out, right? And I think he probably knows they're unconstitutional as much as people like to say he's a dictator. He has purposely not done things in the in the recent past, there would be clearly unconstitutional. That's why I think he knows that this executive order is unconstitutional, and yet he used it to his political advantage perfectly. Anything. Keep doing more of that, and the economy keeps recovering and Corona virus cases don't research. I'm telling you, things are looking brighter, especially because Joe Biden has never leaving his basement again. Joe Biden, by the Way, doing interviews in person, Joe Biden interviews from the basement. I'm not kidding. That that's that's what's happening. And nobody in the news media seems to be the least bit perplexed. Why Those two things would be that way. I'm waiting for something. It has a Yeah? Can.

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Aurora police chief pledges changes in officer training after Black family’s terrifying encounter

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Aurora police chief pledges changes in officer training after Black family’s terrifying encounter

"Chief in Aurora, Colorado, promises change The officer training after a black families terrifying encounter with police on Sunday, the officers mistook the family's car for stolen eyewitness video shows. The mother and four Children face down in a parking lot surrounded by police. It's an incident rattling the aurora community and horrifying Police chief Vanessa will say it never should have been put in that situation and had never been. It should have been treated that way. On Sunday, officers force Britney Gilliam and her family out of their car at gunpoint, four Children screaming and crying for Gilliam orderto life face down on the hot concrete. Two of them placed in handcuffs. You have the app, But do

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Aurora Police Officer Fired for Failing Alcohol Test at Work

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Aurora Police Officer Fired for Failing Alcohol Test at Work

"For 02 on Aurora Police officer has been fired for an incident last year in which he was impaired by alcohol at work. It's not the officer found passed out in his cruiser in March of last year. Instead, a supervisor smelled alcohol on J. V. Harper last October, a department statement says a Breathalyzer test result. Red 0.59%. The department says Harper violated three policies conduct unbecoming, unsatisfactory performance and alcohol impairment. He'd been with Aurora police for about 18 years. In making the decision to fire Harper knew. Aurora Police chief Vanessa Wilson says she's pledged toehold officers accountable

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"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Two Aurora police officers are recovering after being shot in the Green Valley Ranch. Neighborhood division Chief Ron Thomas says the officers were tracking robbery suspects and one of the suspects ran through the parking lot, uh, here and attempted to forcefully take a vehicle from two citizens that were inside of that vehicle. Aurore officers at that time engaged the suspects. Suspect is in critical condition, while both officers are expected to be OK, a man accused of firing shots tonight to 25 during Saturday night's protests in Aurora is in custody. Police say 23 year old Samuel Young was arrested last night. Investigators say he fired multiple shots after a jeep drove through. The crowd, which was calling for justice in the death of Elijah McLane to protestors suffered non life threatening injuries. Young was arrested on four counts of attempted homicide. No one was hit by the cheap that drove through the crowd and the investigation to why the driver was able to access the freeways ongoing. Attorney General Bill Bar, expected to be on a very hot seat on Capitol Hill later this morning. Attorney General Bar was scheduled to appear before the House Judiciary Committee in late March. But that was canceled due to the Corona virus Pandemic Bar is expected to be asked about the prosecution of Michael Flynn the pardon for Roger Stone. How the Bureau of Prisons has handled the pandemic for prisoners the use of federal forces in US cities. And who made the call to clear Lafayette Square prior to the president's photo up in front of ST John's Episcopal Church. There are some members of Congress who would like to impeach Bar but that has been ruled out for now. By House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. At the White House. John Decker Fox News, Dr Anthony found. She is cautiously optimistic about the prospects for a Corona virus vaccine. In the next few months, the nation's top disease experts sat down with Fox News, saying things air moving at light speed. This is the fastest That we have ever gone from the identification of a new virus, doing the sequence getting a vaccine and going into a phase three trial for efficacy, While nationwide efforts are in place for mass distribution, he said. First responders, the elderly and people with underlying conditions are on track to be the first in line. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says they're $1 trillion Republican backed economic stimulus plan is a good beginning for negotiations with Democrats. This is a starting place. You can see that we've had a lot of our members involved and the start. And we can't pass a bill in the Senate without Democrats, nor obviously kind of pass. The House GOP proposal includes another round of $1200 stimulus checks. It also cuts thesixty $100 federal unemployment benefit to $200 publicans believed that would encourage people to go back to work. Colorado teachers remains split on the issue of in person learning when school resumes in the fall, but I didn't feel cheerful today. That could came. The more people. Get their metro area administrator who wanted to remain anonymous return to school yesterday, she says coronavirus precautions and protocols were the topic of discussion with her colleagues. Some teachers have said they won't return until there are some serious safety measures and a massive drop in cases. Ah Westminster Public schools teacher is at risk of being fired after a social media post that sparked outrage from parents supposed was made from Peter Mandela's account and says in part they were retarded before Cove it and will be retarded after I'm a parent, Francis Tinsley as a daughter with special needs and is equally outraged. He's not seeing Children as whole human beings, he says. Sorry. You've got pregnant and had a retarded kid. Your problem, not mine. Mendel has been a kindergarten teacher at Skyline Vista Elementary for the past two decades. The Fox, 31 problem solvers tracked down men down at his home. He adamantly denies writing the pope. Just why would I do that? What would I write something so horrible that jeopardized. Mandel claims he was hacked. But parents like our Gerard skeptical There's very spring shots of him trying to defend himself down the line that clearly think that you know it's their word against mine, Mendel said. An attorney with the teachers union advised him not to do a formal interview. Meanwhile, the superintendent of W. P s.

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"aurora police" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"aurora police" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"A peaceful 47. And then they'll say A murderer. A man who defend himself shot back 53 times and killed the protester. Yeah, That's how the spin that one You come in my family in my car with a gun shooting at me five times. But don't worry. The media will figure out a way to spin this. I promise you That's not all. A jeep sped through protesters on I 2 25 in Aurora, Colorado. Two shot when protester fired the gun. Yeah, This is this is anarchy in America today. Our police are investigating a shooting on Interstate 2 55 after a vehicle drove through protesters. How about protesters blocked the street? Marching on the highway Saturday evening, the protester began. The protest, which they began as a call for justice. For a man who died after a police officer's put him in a choke hold nearly one year ago. That's what they claim. This is all about. They were running after car grisly made its way towards protesters 95 I heard Pops, which AP said came from a protestor. The protesters shot other protesters. I watched the woman who fell off the interstate was rushed to the hospital. Fell off the interstate like higher up. Aurora Police have stated while the protesters were walking on, I thought if I could I to 25 a vehicle decide to drive through the crowd. Protests are decided fire off a weapon, striking at least one other protester Someone else showed up the hospital with graze wound the tweeted. The vehicle is towed and we're investing in the incident. Suspect's vehicle is described as a blue jeep. Chopper four of the new station there, Captain. The video of the jeep speeding through the protests, people scattered and got out of the way. They follow the guy. Don't worry. So this is this is where we are now. He can shut down traffic. This guy drives the men on the street. He's like I'm out of here. He drives down the middle doesn't try to hit anybody just doesn't want to be caught. Around a bunch of people with guns. It might shoot him. But don't worry. He's a bad guy. Let me go to your phone calls 104 7497321 804 74973 to the Patriot. Modi, come. Phone lines are open. Let me go to Ross. Thanks for waiting. You're on the bench. Ferguson show Hello. Oh, thank you, Mr Ferguson. I have Ah! It's a 50 50. I'm not forgiven more money. But same time the government shut your governor's shut everything down and take jobs away from people. How did you like it? Ok, I got it. I mean, both balls. Cassidy. Governors over. You're talking about the initial response. A covert when they shut everything down. Just want to make sure everybody understands. Right. You're talking about what? Everybody should everything down, right? And then it's like, all right, well, how do you make a living? I agreed with the first stimulus now. I do think it was really stupid how the first stimulus works. Okay. The first stimulus was done because we incentivize people to not go back to work by giving them more money than they were making in their job That's insane. That was the mascot is gonna ask you there, so I'd traveled road, do you? Let's go back to work and wear a mask. Okay to work. How would you feel? No Ever travelled road? I see people. Nobody's wearing a black thing. It's not working. How would you like to feel like that place and wearing a mask? All your 89 hours of working. Okay, Look, I I have businesses right now. Where were we have a mass mandate. I understand your point. Okay..

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Man dies after being shot inside lobby of Seattle motel

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Man dies after being shot inside lobby of Seattle motel

"Near 82nd and Aurora. Police say the shooting started inside the ever spring in. But there are shell casings outside to this motel was the scene of a deadly shooting at the end of May when a woman was killed and man was critically hurt outside the ever spring in almost all my money, no reports, the shooter involved in today's killing has not been caught. Nearly 800 new cases of covert 19 reported

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"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Time is 10 023 Aurora police officers. They're out of a job for mocking the death. Elijah McLane in a selfie. The photo shows them smiling as they reenacted the chokehold used on the 20 year old back in August 1 officer resigned yesterday to others in the photo were fired Friday in our own police chief Vanessa Wilson. You even think about doing such a thing? It is beyond is beyond comprehension, and it's reprehensible. Hundreds of protesters gathered in Aurora Friday night after the announcement. The Colorado Air National Guard is hitting the skies to celebrate Independence Day. Look up in the sky. It's a bird. It's a plane. Well, actually, it's an F 16 on July 4th to salute our nation, 140th wing Air National Guard will conduct a flyover above Colorado communities. Thie F 16 Fighting Falcon aircraft will launch from Buckley Air Force Base. The first flyover will take place at 9 51 AM at the fourth of July Parade in Monument. Other stops include Westminster and Parker. Happy fourth Thomaston K. Away news radio. Colorado residents are doing better than the national average when it comes to responding to the 2020 cents is just over 65% of Coloradans have responded, while the national average is just under 62%. Douglas County has the highest response rate in the state at 76.8%. Followed by Jefferson, Broomfield, Boulder and Arapaho counties..

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3 Aurora Police Officers Fired Over Elijah McClain Photo

Guy Benson

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

3 Aurora Police Officers Fired Over Elijah McClain Photo

"Aurora, Colorado police officers for mocking last year's death of a black man in police custody. 23 year old Elijah McClain was killed last summer after police used a choke hold on him. He'd been walking home from a convenience store. Three officers later posed for pictures near a memorial from acclaim, smiling, imitating a choke hold. Now. Interim Aurora Police chief Vanessa Wilson says two of the three officers are being fired. The third resigned. Another officer who laughed when he got the picture and was one of McClane's arresting officers has been fired as well. Claims. Mother's attorney Martin Newman says this is like the Jim Crow South, where White's the promises thought that it was amusing to take pictures of themselves next to the bodies of lynch human beings. She says she anticipates filing a civil rights lawsuit boxes.

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"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"July holiday weekend, the majority of states are dealing with an increase in cases, hospitalizations and deaths today, face coverings now mandatory in hard hit Texas and health officials now urging all Americans to get tested. Even people without symptoms should now get tested for covert 19 CDC director Dr Robert Redfield told ABC News If they have any reason to suspect they might have been exposed anyone who's They may be infected independent of symptoms should be and should get a test. The CDC is latest recommendation comes his testing labs near capacity made a surgeon cases in nearly three dozen states. Redfield said. The number of asymptomatic people infected is alarming and undermining the traditional ways of tracking an outbreak. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS NEW YORK President Trump will be in South Dakota tonight for an event and fireworks show and Mount Rushmore. President Trump will use his Mount Rushmore speech on Friday to argue that the U. S is a great In virtuous country and that the left wing mob is trying to tear down our history. That's according to a senior Trump campaign official. Trump will continue his hardline stance against toppling monuments, an argument he's made that's often included. Confederate statues. Catherine Folders ABC News In Colorado. Four police officers were fired after taking a photo at a memorial for a black man killed by police. Last year. Aurora, Colorado Police chief Vanessa Wilson announcing she has fired three of four officers involved in the photo and the fourth Wit. The photo shows officers smiling, recreating the karate hold that was used on Elijah MacLean before he died. While the allegations of this internal affairs case or not criminal, it is a crime against humanity and decency. To even think about doing such a thing. The Aurora Police union claims the officer's rights to due process were violated before they were fired. Alex Stone ABC NEWS Baseball training resumed major league baseball say 31 players tested positive You're listening to ABC News News radio time. 302 Aurora Police chief Vanessa Wilson has fired three officers today. Involved in a photo depicting the choke hold you used on Elijah McLean last August. Maclaine died days later. Wilson announcing today's moves I stand here today, and I assure you that I speak for all of the men and women of the World Police Department. To say that we're ashamed. Or sickened and were angry. Ah, fourth officer resigned earlier this week. The photo came to light of Aurora police officials. When an officer turned it over to them. At least three of the four officers no longer on the force had been there three years or less. Colorado Air National Guard hitting the skies to celebrate Independence Day. Look up in the sky. It's a bird. It's a plane. Well, actually, it's an F 16 on July 4th to salute our nation, 140th wing Air National Guard will conduct a flyover above Colorado communities. The F 16 Fighting Falcon aircraft will launch from Buckley Air Force Base. The first flyover will take place at 9 51 AM at the fourth of July Parade in Monument. Other stops include Westminster. And Parker. Happy. Fourth Thomaston K. Away news radio drivers of spending less to fill up the tank. The average price for gassing Denver to 45 a gallon. That's down from 2 60 a year ago. Patrick DeHaan with gasbuddy dot com says it pays to shop to 21 a gallon and a few of the cost goes around. If you're not shopping around, you may pay as much as 2 69 a gallon, some no doubt filling up the tank before heading to the high country. Gas prices in the mountains are above $3.

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Officers investigated over photos at Elijah McClain memorial

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Officers investigated over photos at Elijah McClain memorial

"Water. They're accused of taking disrespectful pictures at the memorial for Elijah McLean, the black man who died in police custody last August. In a statement Monday, Aurora's interim police chief said the department has investigated a report that multiple police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Maclaine died. Sources tell CBS News those officers were imitating the chokehold. McLane was placed in just days before his death and that the photos were shared with other Aurora police officers. The police Department says it will release evidence of its investigation into the inappropriate photos, including pictures, and the officers identities very soon. Laura Podesta, CBS news judge says the former Atlanta police officer

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Colorado Police Officers Under Investigation Over Photos At Elijah McClain Memorial

WBZ Afternoon News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Colorado Police Officers Under Investigation Over Photos At Elijah McClain Memorial

"Officers in a world of Colorado or in hot water, accused of taking disrespectful pictures of the memorial for Elijah McClane? He's the black matter, died in police custody. Last year. In a statement Monday, Aurora's interim police chief said the department has investigated a report that multiple police officers were depicted in photographs near the site where Maclaine died. Sources tell CBS News those officers were imitating the chokehold. McLane was placed in just days before his death and that the photos were shared with other Aurora police officers. The police Department says it will release evidence of its investigation into the inappropriate photos, including pictures, and the officers identities very soon. Laura Podesta, CBS news

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"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of Colorado is ready your time. 7 31 It is Colorado's Morning news here on K O A NEWS radio. April's s bomb Artie Lens with you, Fox, 31 pinpoint weather. Well, say 67 degrees right now, this morning highs today going to be in the mid nineties. Cooling off tomorrow in the eighties with a chance of showers. Our top story on Colorado's Morning news an amber alert for a missing boy from Aurora Cable News Radio's Chuck Clark joins us live with the details. What do we know? April The alert remains in effect today for a 12 year old who is believed to be with his mom. And there are a few questions surrounding the story first and foremost the whereabouts of Liam Sweezy and 31 year old Nicky Squeezy. She picked him up on Friday and has not been returned to his home. Mother's custody status is unclear, and Aurora Police also say Liam requires medication, which he does not have. She's driving a 2010 powder blue Honda hatchback with Colorado license Plate B V V 937 or police say Nikki Sui Zi is homeless. And has ties to Colorado Springs. Of course, if you have any information, call 911. Chuck Clark away news radio. At least two people were arrested over the weekend as Aurora police and protestors clashed on Saturday night. The unrest followed what was a peaceful march calling for justice in the death of Elijah McLain. He died nearly a year ago after a confrontation with officers. Following Saturday's demonstration. Police used pepper spray to break up the crowds after some threw rocks and sticks at them. We did have some people over there by the headquarters. It was still peaceful over there before they shot But most of us is over there by the violin players and it was very peaceful, so I feel like they're just China shut us down. That was one of the protestors..

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Elijah McClain's mother says officers "murdered" my son

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

03:35 min | 2 years ago

Elijah McClain's mother says officers "murdered" my son

"Longer protesters and demonstrators and activists continue fighting for black lives. The more stories of police killings of black people seem to be coming to light and pressure is now mounting for a new investigation. Into the death of Elijah McCain. It happened after an encounter with three officers last August in Aurora, Colorado. Go to the family. The 23 year old was out buying ice tea when somebody called 911 claiming that MacLean was wearing a ski mask and quote acting weird. His family says, Yeah, he was wearing a mask, but it was to deal with social anxiety. Within 15 minutes, He was put in a chokehold and then injected with a powerful sedative. CBS's David Begnaud has the story. Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop. I have the right stuff because you're being suspicious. Rely on I'm going whole relax, or I'm going to have to change this situation. The district attorney investigating the case says that Elijah McClane dismissed the officers requests for him to stop. The 23 year olds family says he was just walking home. He was listening to music. When Aurora, Colorado police approached him last August, the D A. Says McLane was carrying a plastic bag when police tried to pat him down and he refused. He's then heard pleading with the police as they tackle him and use a choke hold on him. Paramedics later arrived at the scene. A medic gave McClane ketamine to sedate him. McLane was taken to the hospital. Three days later, he was pronounced brain dead. 10 months after McLane's death, more than two million people have signed a petition calling on Colorado officials to fire the three officers involved. So far, the Aurora Police Department has declined. CBS News is request for comment. Dave Young is the one who decided not to charge the officers were the actions of the officers justified legally. Yes, Mr Young. Do you believe there was a moment in this where the officers could have de escalated a situation? Absolutely. 100%. They could've done a 1,000,000 things different didn't need to die on and the fact that he died does not warrant the basis for criminal charges in the body camera video cops or heard saying that MacLean tried to take one of their guns. He went for his gun. Mari Newman represents McClain's family. Don't you think if you really had grab someone's gun, we would see fingerprints ended the lifted from the gun. Did you find any evidence that corroborates the officer who said he reached for the gun? I had no evidence to cut. Predict that Shin in McLean is Elijah's mother. They? They're bullies with badges. He wanted to help people. He was a massage therapist. He not only heal others that he killed himself. He was able to accept love give love various forms. According to the district attorney's report, the medical examiner was unable to determine a cause of death. It is important to note that walking around with a ski mask is not illegal, and when you go back to the 9 11 call, the caller didn't say that Elijah did anything illegal. He said. Hey, there's a guy wearing a mask. He kind of is waving his hand. Seems a little strange. You might want to check it out. He says He might be a good guy might be a bad guy. When the police responded instead of observing. Instead of watching hanging back for a bit, the police moved in immediately to stop him. And everything went self from there.

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"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Available through the weekend the Aurora police department is taking some extreme steps to keep officers safe fox thirty one Denver Takahara has those details they are suited up and ready for duty it's not an easy job working in those suits is very tiring they're very they're very warm this is the Aurora police department's narcotics unit not going into a mad house that into their own buildings to disinfect shared work spaces cleaning agent that they're using is called H. D. Q. neutral it's a mess and so you likely missed B. the area that you want to disinfect and it takes about ten minutes to drive the department decided about a month ago to do their own disinfecting and sanitizing because they could do it weekly and at a moment's notice we had the the suits and the gear to do it what we didn't have was the sprayers and so we reached out to APSU Robert o'rourke public schools however our public schools train the officers and let them several sprayers the department says it not only benefits their staff but also the community they serve the healthier we are the more you'll staff we have at work in an available you know to to handle calls to serve the public but it also if we do transport somebody they know that they're getting into a clean environment they believe it is help keep their staff healthy and they'll continue for the foreseeable future that is fox thirty ones Deborah Takahara one of the military's elite forces is getting back in training the navy resume seal training Monday in southern California three cohorts hoping to join the group had to pause in March because of coronavirus only one of the units has not returned to work but is expected to do so soon there will be guidelines in place to help keep trainees say from corona virus Hey the seals are elite but they can't even battle and defeat coronavirus landing as it were five thirty seven you're on Colorado's morning news money news with passports with B. K. and your drive on this.

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Monthly Recap March 2020 - Coronavirus, Anything Else?

Capt. Hunter's Podcast

09:58 min | 2 years ago

Monthly Recap March 2020 - Coronavirus, Anything Else?

"It's time for the end of the month. Wrap up and this is going to be a fairly short episode Because there's not much else to talk about besides being locked on our homes just speaking of the blog post. I wanted to talk about another blog. Post that I that I follow for quite some time. Now let's improving police by David C Cooper if you've listened to past episodes you know. I've interviewed chief David Cooper and He's very kind and gracious enough to come in the PODCAST. He has Featured another Chief of police current chief of Police Aurora Police Department in Illinois. And that chief is chief. Kristen Zemun I hope. I'm saying that name Right Z. I. M. A. N. Zemun Kristen Zemun or Zimin. Kristen Zemun she wrote a post called. What is this pandemic trying to teach us? So I think it's very important that we understand You know what what we're supposed to be learning if anything right during these days and Times. All locked in our homes Essentially right. We're not really locked inside. There's no martial law. There's no order saying we can't go outside Please check out my past episodes where chief Vern Rick and also Dr Canea Turner in which we went over the pandemic and in in to be looking for and how the police are gonNA responding all kinds of stuff like that so when we went over that kind of stuff. Here's another opinion post By chief Christian Zemun and she's talking about what this pandemic is trying to teach us and we should be trying to learn something we should be trying to come out of this a little bit smarter a little bit better and I think that all of our lives we should always be trying to improve upon ourselves and she reflects upon his time. You know you know. And it's really devastating time. We consider all this going on right the NBA season has been canceled. There's no march madness a no championships. colleges are shut down a more than likely no problems school or closed down all these different things and And it's really been very devastating to people who have become accustomed to all the ways in which we live right favor restaurants. A close can't go to bowling alleys. I WANNA say. I heard a story about a about a barbershop. In Hartford with a police had to go in there and make him stop cutting hair and I think even arrests were made There was a situation of Florida in which Was still holding services so this this whole thing has really taken us by surprise in by storm essentially but we gotta get used to it and I got to be very upfront and honest. I thought that a lot of this was just drastic overreaction but as I'm watching the news and seeing the death tolls rise in seeing the you know the the models of what could happen. If we don't try to do something about it than I gotTa Say. Even my mind. was changed nevertheless We gotta try to learn something. And that's what chief. Kristen Zemun is trying to get US. To understand and era post. Essentially I'M GONNA read it. But she essentially talks about Does being patients and and how we choose to respond to to any type of situation on this right. I think I've done a another episode of in our daily Encouragement sessions weekly encouragement sessions. In which we try to understand that you know life is. Life is ten percent of what happens to us and the other ninety percent of our respond to it. And so that's essentially chief. Kristen Zemun is saying. It's our response that matters now and how we're responding and so that's the most important things are response I WanNa just Kinda put chief. Kristen Zemun out their last name. Z. M. A. N. Z. I. M. A. N. Zemun First name is Christian with a K. K. R. I S. T. E. N. Kristen Zemun and she has a blog. And you can go to her blog and read up on catch up on what she's got going on over there once again. She is a chief of police in Aurora Illinois. So another thing that I wanted to talk about what we're learning from this is Yes we we're learning patience and we're learning That we have to choose how we respond to this and I think that now is the time to really try to reconnect with our families reconnect with our friends Try to put down as we're sitting around in the house no place really to go Maybe turn off the TV's may be turned off The Video Games turn off our tablets and cellphones and really try to do some reconnection especially since a lot of people are working from home. if you're you know if you have the ability to work from home because a lot of people are just outta work applying for all these different Out of work benefits and so it's really really can become very frustrating to people and people really can't fill some type away because you know the bills are still going to be do their some companies and corporations that are going to be Putting off payments or allowing payments to come in at a later date and time but those payments are still going to be do and yes. There's a stimulus package coming with. Thousand or hundred dollars is supposed to be coming. But what is that really going to do in the in the grand scheme of things? I think that they really want to bail. People out you know can't license of some debts cancellation. The student loans You know I think that that would really help you. Know maybe no taxes for a little while I think that that is the biggest thing. Twelve hundred dollars that'll pay rent And then that'll be it so I don't. I'm not very impressed by that particular number. Maybe five thousand or ten thousand. Maybe that'll be a little bit better. I know that's unrealistic. But but you know twelve hundred dollars is really not is really nothing is really drop in a bucket another thing. I think that we can learn. Should learn from this. Is that when when our government really want something or at least when they see a what's in it for them you know type of thing right. What's in it for them? Now They I. They understand that they stimulate the economy if they keep going than than the taxes will continue to come in. And that's really just. The bottom line is really about taxes and revenue in the financial a stability of the country. And make sure the finances are continuing to flow towards the top. And that's what's really important to them. But if we talk about feeding the homeless or mental health care or food stamps or a shelter for the homeless or Medicare for all or free college or anything like that then all of a sudden. We don't have the money for that. Oh we can't do that. We can't find who's GONNA pay for that right that's always a mantra but but in this time of pandemic than okay we'll give everybody twelve hundred dollars a mere dry like. I said before a measly drop in the bucket and then we'll go on with business as usual So I think that we. We really have to learn what our government is doing in. That's why we had to really understand that our votes have meaning and they have consequences. Elections have consequences. And this is what we're voting for a Lotta Times. And even we olding our noses voting. This is still what we're getting so I think that that's it's really problematic Really disappointing but you know. This is the light that we had to live and We really have to understand how to play the game a lot of times. If you listen to my episode with Stephanie Lawrence She said we had to understand how to play the game. And that's a lot of times we just don't understand how to play the game. It's disappointing. I also think that we learned a lot about us as a country first of all as a country. If we understand that you know when schools closed grammar high schools A lot of kids they realize are not going to be able to eat and so Which is which is a very sad state of affairs right. We understand the Black Panthers. Were were really the originators of breakfasts programs and and all that kind of stuff and I and I believe that here now in Connecticut they are either have passed looking to pass a bill that would stop the shaming of people of kids. Who Don't have lunch money First of all I think that All school lunch programs ought to be free. If we can feed our prisoners who are we have incarcerated and if we can feed our troops who sent away and military excursions and in operations then we should feed our students who are our future. I don't understand why we make them pay for lunch or breakfast at all. But nevertheless and so we understand that many people who are financially strapped their children will be home and now these children will not be able to eat the same nutritious meals that they would get in schools and so a lot of people have opened up their hearts and minds in their wallets in restaurant doors in allow children to go in there and to be able to consume in an eat which I think is great for them. I think it's sad for us as a country but I think that the government really has an obligation to make sure that it is citizens are fed. I really believe that and I think that And I think that it's great that these civilians in store owners and restaurant owners are really opening up their doors. But I think that we ought to look in the C- look in the mirror and ask ourselves. What are we really doing? How are we living? When our children don't have enough to eat? And of course this has led to the parents their their inability to get a decent paying job and all that kind of stuff so we can have a great discussion about that The financial resources that are coming in and different people who are working two and three jobs in order to make ends meet and still not able to provide the children with nutritious meals You know so. That's that's a whole nother conversation. We can have another time so I think that we should take a look at Sophos of the country. See what's going on but also give ourselves a little bit of congratulations in that. Some people are stepping up and doing what they can do. In order to make sure that these kids are eating

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"aurora police" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

11:37 min | 3 years ago

"aurora police" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"But I forget what it is as we talked about the president's tweet the squad some other comments identity politics we're going to shift gears here though we're honored I'm honored to have in the studio with us right now the P. I owe for the Aurora police department getting for I'll that we have in the station right now the chief of police for not the R. vada police department but the Aurora police department NYC Mets chief mess thanks for joining us thank you George are you gonna add some context teacher or that a comment I think you could tell a story you know there you tell much soul I don't know how many of you know this but about four years ago we were in trial I was in trial on the Aurora theater shooting case and during that period of time in fact right before the trial want about jury selection there was a transition Dan notes had left Aurora and gone to the crime ridden beaches of Florida to be the chief of police and there had been a big recruiting effort and they ended up mistakenly hiring a guy from Seattle and there was a we'll talk more about that but chief Mets became the chief of police for Aurora he came to the opening statements and as I was finishing up an hour and forty seven minute opening statement using count at eight hundred thirty seven different power point slides but you can't really tell I was giving a shout out to law enforcement and talked about the heroes from the our vada police department now for those of you that know anything about the metro area are vada is not Aurora even though begins with an a and ends with in a different city entirely it's in Jefferson County Colorado my old stomping grounds and so that was how I welcome to the new chief of police in by miss naming the department that he runs is that about is that a fair assessment is fair and everybody was looking at me waiting for for reaction I had to look at my patch just make sure right now all my god is wrong city yeah well chief let's start there then let's talk about this a bit with some point here we're going to get in to the events of the weekend but I don't want to start there really wanna start back a little bit further first tell us about your experience in law enforcement how did you come to be the chief of police for the third largest police department in the state of Colorado well first of all were the second largest well sorry sorry second in Colorado bigger than Colorado springs yes okay I've been saying it wrong then all these years populations bigger down our values it was first of all George thank you for having me on the corner and and just for your listeners it's it's really been an honor working with you these last four years and you've always been there for us when we needed you and and I think our partnership between our office and seventeen judicial district couldn't be better oh for god's sake you seventeen dang I'm sorry eighteen for those of you who aren't up on on the the numbers the seventeenth is Adams County with the DA name Dave young I'm the eighteenth and you have to think of Peyton manning when you think eighteen but none the less I know that was a slip of the tongue it was it anyhow church I've been in law enforcement for thirty five years and did the bulk of my career with the Seattle police department in in a rose through the ranks I work just about every assignment when in the Seattle police department and just kind of in par with what we're discussing a lot of experience in working with crowd management issues Seattle is a is a big city lot of events going on there get ranging from you know of an annual Mardi Gras celebration attracts thousands of the seafarer events that attract thousands when the Seattle Seahawks win the Superbowl okay sorry but you know it it yeah I said it I'm sorry you know hundreds of thousands of people showing up there in all to commit crimes all to commit crimes and experienced you know working with a number of different other civil disobedience kind of of of events there SO Seattle's no stranger to those kinds of things and so can I bring a lot of that a lot of that experience with me and you know in in over the last few days you know obviously there's been a lot of rhetoric and a lot of opinion as to what occurred on Friday in a lot of opinion on what we should have done or what we shouldn't have done and we've heard from both sides I mean we've you know we've been blasted by on by some by a lot of folks and we've been commended by number folks I also and and and understanding why we did what we did I think the first thing I do want to say though and I think it's really important is what happened on Friday night particularly in regards to the American flag was absolutely apparent it should never have happened it is a slap in the face to this country it's a slap in the face to the many veterans who live in this area is a slap in the face to my officers many of which are veterans but also look at law enforcement is not just serving the community our law enforcement officers serve this country and they put themselves in harm's way you know every single day to make sure that our our our folks in our communities can can sleep easy and so you know frankly I don't want to hear any excuses about you know you know well you know we were acting on you know the fact that this might have been a first amendment issue this was not a first amendment issue that flag was on private property it belong to somebody and so therefore you know those who are responsible for desecrating it removing it all those kinds of things they committed a crime and we knew that when it happened but in this job you know you know this from the experience of working with other our officers every day have to assess risk when an officer has to make a decision about whether or not to use deadly force that's a big decision they have to make it's always too on less than perfect information you always listen never have the information going in that you will have coming out it's just not it can't be that way absolutely if someone officers faced with that kind of situation they have to think about not just the threat what's behind that threat and so often times we have situations occur were officers could have used deadly force but didn't because maybe behind that person that was a threat was a child or someone that could or someone else that could have become injured saucers that make risk assessments all the time and that's the same thing that my officers in my commanders did that night of the incident commander for that event made a very wise decision of not moving in on a situation where there were hundreds of of folks we we estimate fifteen hundred to two thousand on my hand kids the elderly the disabled and we knew and I know from my own experience that going into a situation like that and potentially escalating at could have resulted in a stampede a mini riot where innocent folks could get hurt well let let's back up just a little bit and I like that the tease that you've gotten to so far but let's back up a little bit I want to talk about it in this in these terms some things I know about a roar at the thirty thousand foot level most diverse city in America outside a Brooklyn New York and takes great pride in that absolutely now tell us about the department that you're the head of how many sworn police officers do you have we have shy of eight hundred and we have about little over two hundred career service employees dispatchers and CSI and so forth and we're talking with a roar police chief Nick met here on the Dan Koeppel show George Brecher filling in let me ask you this what we've talked about having had great experience both in Seattle and even here with sort of this crowd control aspect of these different things is there a play book that you go off of when you approach something like this that you can anticipate so for instance when this Seattle Seahawks win the Superbowl and course nobody saw that coming but when that happens when they pull a rabbit out of a hat there's a few days built in before they do the ticker tape parade I imagine they threw a lot of marijuana around each other in Seattle but you have time to prepare for it this wasn't December so tell me what do you do when you start to assess how are we going to handle this that's a great question so one of the first things we do is we start looking at the location we look for vulnerabilities we work with the representatives of that locations when this case those that were that representatives from G. O. ice we met several times to you know lay out all the planned the staffing plans deployment plans how we would intervene in the event someone was getting hurt how we would extract folks from the crowd all those kinds of things and we made those plans early on we all would you say early on tells how how far in advance is dating days I think a couple we had about a week and a half notice that this was happening maybe okay more on that and so during that period we met I think three or four times okay and their their leadership the representatives were there and this was sort of this collaborative Hey what are we going to do in case this happens effects then why that sort of thing yeah we discussed a lot of different different aspects we we made it very clear to the organizers who for the most part were very cooperative with us about you know what what would be tolerated what our expectations would be with for behavior and you worked with them before anything else like this have you ever had something like this at that facility we've had with its smaller protests this was by far the largest we've had I think typically on average to protest size that we've had at that facility range between fifty to a hundred fifty folks did you have no first off what tipped you off that you thought this thing was going to happen well there was a number of things that we figured well one was we were told by the organizers a date that's helpful they apply for a permit so they did they did their due diligence we were concerned in regards to the crowd size given that just a couple days before the event there was news release from out of DC that immigration rates were going to start trying to remember that there were a lot of you know that that politicians were touring the facilities and in southern Texas so all these things kind of played into it and then the group the groups that were organizing this were certainly put in a lot of you know doing their own marketing in trying to bring as many people as I could my understanding is there was a permit pulled for some type of an event there but it was a much smaller number than you actually ended up experiencing out there yeah I don't remember exactly what the permit thought the V. initially thought with the the the numbers are going to be right we were just a meeting that we're gonna get around a thousand and we ended up even being more how many best guess what he thinks out there I'm guessing somewhere between fifteen hundred two thousand all my gosh that is a lot of people to show up there now once you you have this conversation with the G. O. ice people when you show up to stage your resources in in a way to respond had they taken the steps that you anticipated they were going to take well we made it clear and I've I've said it publicly that one of the one of the things that we ask them to do was to place a barrier on the bridge and unfortunately what was placed there were were claims with of a chain a small plastic chain and a small sign that said don't trust pass had you been thinking of a wall well okay as it did you want them to build a wall well we wanted them to put something a little bit more durable something that not only would be more difficult to move but something that would also from a psychological standpoint sent a message don't cross do us a favor because I don't know that we can get it from the social media stuff but described the area that when you say a bridge.

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"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"aurora police" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"S. flag at the ice detention center last Friday Aurora police are tweeting pictures of the possible suspects crime stoppers is offering a reward of up to four thousand dollars not the symbols and anti Jewish graffiti's been painted over at the Platte canyon community church in Bailey pastor Larry called telling CBS for you doesn't know who spray painted the hateful messages on the door of his church some kid was bored and wanted a little excitement over is there something really sinister going on mental this is considered to be a hate crime in the F. B. I.'s been brought in to help with the investigation a woman from federal heights has been convicted of first degree murder and tampering with a dead body in the poisoning death of her dad the body of sixty nine year old William moose act was found buried in a crawl space at home on Elliott circle his body was the covered in debris in a layer of concrete forty five year old Dan Jennings was convicted of killing her father with an animal tranquilizer should be sentenced next month an oil tanker has been gone missing in the Persian Gulf amid heightened tensions with around checking dangerous believed to show that the ship from the United Arab Emirates was traveling through the strait of hold these between Iran Amman and the UAE on Saturday when it's tracking was switched off there's been no wait six an American official telling the Associated Press the tiger had entered Iranian waters and the US suspects Iran may have seized it it comes after a series of mysterious attacks on oil tankers blamed on Iran by the US Iran denies the allegations Simon noted fox news our next is update the four o'clock I'm Susan what Kim K. way newsradio eight fifty AM as ninety four one FM the weather together with John Morrissey little slow eastbound.

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"aurora police" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"aurora police" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Aurora. Police have sent two detectives to the Cincinnati area following reports in Aurora boy who went missing eight years ago may have been found Timothy pits and disappeared after his mother committed suicide in a Rockford motel room. I'll be more mindful about respecting personal space in the future that from former vice president Joe Biden today, he's acknowledging his past behavior with women that has made some people uncomfortable following complaints over the past week that he touched some without their consent Biden is considering a run for president in twenty twenty. A man was killed when an Amtrak train hit his truck at a crossing north of Joliet. This morning the train on his way to Chicago from Saint Louis was delayed while the sheriff's department investigated and now WGN sports, here's Kevin Powell. Thank you can't Carlos for six innings of two hit balden surrender and earned run. You'll among kata smacked. His second Homer the season and the White Sox topped the Indians. Eight to three in Cleveland to earn a two games split. Jose abreu. Also supplying three RBI socks now. Sit at two and three and tomorrow. Does home opener postponed due to rain in the forecast? Things will get going on the south side Friday afternoon, though up in a series with the Mariners opening day. Tickets will be honored parking lots open a ten gates at eleven first pitch at one ten right here on W T N roster. Move for the cubs today and other extension in baseball. They've locked up utility infielder. David Bodey a five year deal worth a reported. Fifteen million dollars is also team options on the back. End of the contract comes up to snap a three game skid when they face the Braves in Atlanta, John Lester, Julio, Tehran, the pitching matchup here at the United Center. Blackhawks hosting the rival blues. It's the third to last game at a season. Hawks were eliminated from the playoffs after the avalanche won last night. Pre game at six thirty with Chris Boden here on WGN, John and Troy have the call at seven, and it's one more shift tonight for the us. Busy, tow brothers. Tony and Phil will stop by the show at five forty balls are in Washington to take on the wizards. And in college hoops to Paul host, south Florida in game two of the best at three CBI championship..

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"aurora police" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"aurora police" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"News talk eight fifty telling you F, T L, West Palm Beach Wellington Oakland park. From ABC news. I'm judge Stevenson investigation into what employee who walked into his Aurora Illinois workplace opened fire killed five co workers and shot several officers escort into Aurora police chief Christian Zemun says forty-five-year-old Gary Martin was killed by police officers along with officers from Naperville police department ultimately confronted the offender inside the building at which time he fired at them. The officers returned fire killing the offenders human says Martin's a fifteen year employee of the Henry Pratt company information that we have indicates that he was being terminated today. ABC's? Ryan burrow in Aurora. King County bomb squad vehicle is parked outside of the apartment complex where gunman. Gary Martin live to fire truck at an ambulance are on standby is law enforcement carefully searches the apartments Aurora. Police have already suffered six injuries as a result of Martin's actions. They don't wanna see anymore. Brian burrow, ABC news Aurora, Illinois. At least one lawsuit has already been filed against the national emergency declaration, President Trump signed to fund his border wall and more expected. Democrats are preparing to fight this in every way, they can the chairman of the House Judiciary committee called it. A gross abuse of power. He will hold hearings and Democrats will also introduce what they call a joint resolution to terminate the national emergency. This is something that could well passed congress. The president though could veto it. ABC's Jonathan Karl at the White House. Chicago police say they've released without charges. The two men who had been arrested on suspicion of assaulting empire. Actor jussie smollet the police say they are no longer suspects in the detectives had additional investigative work to do PayLess shoe source will go the way of the dinosaur. The company will shudder all twenty one hundred remaining stores in the US from Puerto Rico changed. His liquidation sales will start Sunday with the final stores closing in may Wall Street's major indexes ended the day higher. You're listening to ABC news. Oh, hey, hey, did you hear my friends company was the victim of an Email? Impersonation attack is a serious threat to every business. What if cybercriminals target us and trick accounting into making wire transfer? Don't worry we have barracuda. So where secured Baracouda uses artificial intelligence to detect and block spearfishing and account takeover attempts. What a relief don't become a victim. Protect your business at.

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"aurora police" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"aurora police" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Eric like the Aurora. Police department confirming a shooting in Aurora Illinois is over in the lockdown in the area has been lifted. One witness who works at a daycare center near the warehouse. Immediately went into lockdown proceedings to protect the kids having all the doors, and we're not allowed to go outside or anything like that. So we got gotta open window lines are open so to make sure that everything is safe and everything reports say there are multiple civilians injured. The shooter is in custody, Texas, Democrats are calling on Senate Republicans to overturn President Trump's emergency declaration KLBJ skirts. Fox's more US. Congressman Henry clay our lives along the Texas. Mexico border district includes the Rio Grande valley he calls. The Trump national emergency declaration of violation of the president's constitutional authority where he's trying to reallocate your federal dollars that congress has already appropriated. So he's basically taking money away from military from my law enforcement says congressional democrat. Will push to end the president's move through a joint resolution of termination. And also in the courts, I'm hokey Republican members of congress will join us to defend the system of checks and balances against us, president power, Chris FOX, News Radio KLBJ federal workers, this weekend should be a little easier than a month ago when they were working without paychecks the government spending plan averts, the second shutdown really Garcia of the union that represents TSA worker says some of his members are still arguing with the government over back pay. There's some legalities to it. There's gonna be some grievance looking into him. So we're waiting for this pan out. And hopefully, it's gonna take time to get this all sorted and ROY he says the union will fight to get a new classification. So they are not put in the middle of a funding fight ever again. Rachel say NewsRadio. KLBJ your Kilby J radar weather watches, mostly cloudy skies, eighty eight and cedar park. Now, get Austin news on demand at NewsRadio KLBJ dot com..

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