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Wife of Ravens' Thomas arrested after altercation

Broncos Country Tonight

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Wife of Ravens' Thomas arrested after altercation

"Okay Ben you mentioned this at the top of the hour let's get into this a little bit what were you hearing on this developing story from TMZ on Earl Thomas an incident that happened with his wife the Austin police department responded to a home of the Austin Texas area three forty one AM April thirteenth altercation between oral Thomas and his wife when police arrived the city observe the female wearing an orange sweater with a knife in her hand later identified as Nina Thomas it's oral Tom's wife was chasing a a shirtless male later identified as Earl Thomas with a pistol around a vehicle well they do their weapons order both to the ground that they complied without incident and that's when things I guess got wild need to claim several had left their home earlier in the day after argument over his drinking as brother picked him up short time later she decided to check out where he went log into Snapchat account phit picked up his location tracking down went to the Airbnb that he was apparently at and found both he and his brother in bed with a woman and all of them had their clothes off she says that she grabbed his pistol a nine millimeter Beretta eighty intending to scare him she pulled out the gun put to his head Charlie taking the magazine L. thinking that the gun couldn't fire about windows apparently unaware that there was a round in the chamber so potentially terrible situation could have been put in significantly worse there was one the women in the house shot cellphone video of the incident which shows her pointed a gun at his head less than a foot away I can clearly be seen with her finger on the trigger the safety disengage display cellphone video court documents on this but it look it looks like in the end his wife was booked for burglary of a residence with intent to commit aggravated assault with a deadly weapon family violence and later bonded out was actually not arrested at that time the Baltimore Ravens are aware of the incident reached out to to find out about that there has been some discussion about his future with the team and that remains

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Sexual assault survivors fight "exceptional clearance"

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:46 min | 9 months ago

Sexual assault survivors fight "exceptional clearance"

"Sexual assault survivors are fighting back against a controversial law enforcement practice which they say helps attackers avoid justice the so called exceptional clearance law allows unsolved cases to be closed if the victim is deemed uncooperative or if a DA declines to prosecute twenty three year old Emily Borchardt says she pleaded to be let go the night she was allegedly raped in Austin Texas motel I just remember sitting in the corner of the room telling them to just kill me according to bore chart the man gave her cigarettes and whiskey and demanded that she shower with him Bouchard escapes called police and had a rape kit done her alleged attacker was on parole after serving twenty years for murder he denied knowing her but after DNA link them the man claimed the sex was consensual the suspect was never arrested police suggest why in this audio recording from the precinct take a shower with them consuming whiskey in the shower with them together it doesn't make the Best Picture the police act like that was consensual one really I was trying to prevent being assaulted again police exceptionally cleared Borchert's case that's when cases can be closed if the victim is uncooperative or district attorney declines to prosecute exceptional Clarence's not being used correctly list on again now retired is former head of the sex crimes unit at the Austin police department the public's perception about exceptional clearances of the case has been closed since been cleared with the help somebody accountable which could be further from the truth right don again tells CBS news she refused to change rate cases from suspended two exceptionally cleared she was eventually transferred out of the unit in twenty eleven seven years before Borchardt alleged assault at any moment did you ever feel that the authorities believe geo I think they know no there is a crime committed against me then don't like to prosecute these types of cases the office of Travis county district attorney Margaret Moore made the decision not to prosecute Borchert's case are you ever deciding not to prosecute because you want to keep your record the best possible because you're worried you may not get a conviction now we've taken cases to trial during my administration where we've gotten not guilty so that we believed in the case the jury didn't well more jurors alleged rapist walks free she's dealing with trauma so terrible people can even hear it but I have to live with it but this is Nikki

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Sexual assault survivors fight "exceptional clearance"

KCBS 24 Hour News

03:45 min | 9 months ago

Sexual assault survivors fight "exceptional clearance"

"Nationally fewer than one percent of reported rape cases result in a felony conviction and many parts of the country police for closing cases and marking them as solved without ever making an arrest CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste tells us how a woman in Austin Texas is fighting back against the system she says failed her family more charts illustrates how she said she was treated after she reported being raped by a stranger last year when she was twenty one Borchardt says she was returning to our Austin Texas home when two men abducted her the man behind me grabs my throat and I go unconscious she was brought to this motel where she says a third man return multiple times over twelve hours according to bore chart the man gave her cigarettes and whiskey and demanded that she shower with him orchard managed to escape call police and have a rape kit done this man who was on parole after serving twenty years for murder first claimed he did not know her but when his DNA came back as a match he said the sex was consensual he was never arrested the police suggest why in this audio recording take and share with them consuming whiskey in the shower them together it doesn't make the Best Picture the police act like that was consensual one really I was trying to prevent another being assaulted again and you're probably a friend to you he might kill you yes he's still under what law enforcement calls an exceptional clearance that's when cases can be closed if the victim is uncooperative or a district attorney declines to prosecute turns out more than forty percent of closed three cases were exceptionally clear nationwide in twenty seventeen giving the public the impression they have been solved exceptional clearances not being used correctly Liz don again led the sex crimes unit at the Austin police department for nearly a decade now retired Donegan tell CBS news that she refused pressure to change rape cases from suspended two exceptionally cleared she was eventually transferred out of the sex crimes unit the public's perception about exceptional clearances of the case has been closed since been cleared with the help somebody accountable which could be further from the truth right the decision not to prosecute war charts case made by the office of Margaret Moore the Travis county district attorney allowed Austin police to exceptionally clear it are you ever deciding not to prosecute because you want to keep your record the best possible because you're worried you may not get a conviction now we've taken cases to trial during my administration where we've gotten not guilty but we believed in the case the jury didn't if what happened to Emily happened to your daughter granddaughter which is to be run comment on Emily's case that's because more along with Austin law enforcement are defendants in a class action lawsuit brought by Borchardt and seven other women who say their sexual assaults have been mishandled well we're sure it's alleged rapist walks free she just wants to be heard I much rather what of injured more physical violence and bent believe then be doubted and Austin City spokesperson speaking on behalf of the police department tell CBS news the city is currently undergoing a third party review of its training policies and resources the department of public safety recently audited the Austin police have found that thirty sexual assault cases were

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Police accused of misusing "exceptional clearance" to close rape cases

KCBS Radio Overnight News

03:42 min | 9 months ago

Police accused of misusing "exceptional clearance" to close rape cases

"Nationally fewer than one percent of reported rape cases result in a felony conviction and in many parts of the country police are closing cases and marking them as solved without making an arrest CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste tells us how a woman in Austin Texas is fighting back only more charts illustrates how she said she was treated after she reported being raped by a stranger last year when she was twenty one four charge says she was returning to our Austin Texas home when two men adopted her the man behind me grabs my throat and I go unconscious she was brought to this motel where she says a third man return multiple times over twelve hours according to board chart the man gave her cigarettes and whiskey and demanded that she shower with him Jordan managed to escape call police and have a rape kit done this this man who was on parole after serving twenty years for murder first claimed he did not know her but when his DNA came back as a match he said the sex was consensual he was never arrested the police suggest why in this audio recording take a shower with them consuming whiskey in the shower with them together it doesn't make the Best Picture the police act like that was consensual one really I was trying to prevent another being assaulted again and you're probably a friend to you he might kill you yes he's still under what law enforcement calls an exceptional clearance that's when cases can be closed if the victim is uncooperative or a district attorney declines to prosecute turns out more than forty percent of closed three cases were exceptionally clear nationwide in twenty seventeen giving the public the impression they have been solved exceptional clearances not being used correctly Liz don again led the sex crimes unit at the Austin police department for nearly a decade now retired Donegan tell CBS news that she refused pressure to change rape cases from suspended two exceptionally cleared she was eventually transferred out of the sex crimes unit the public's perception about exceptional clearance is that the case has been closed since been cleared with the help somebody accountable which could be further from the truth right the decision not to prosecute war charts case made by the office of Margaret Moore the Travis county district attorney allowed Austin police to exceptionally clear it are you ever deciding not to prosecute because you want to keep your record the best possible because you're worried you may not get a conviction now we've taken cases to trial during my administration where we've gotten not guilty but we believed in the case the jury didn't if what happened to Emily happened to your daughter granddaughter which is to be run comment on Emily's case that's because more along with Austin law enforcement are defendants in a class action lawsuit brought by the board chart in seven other women who say their sexual assaults have been mishandled well we're sure it's alleged rapist walks free she just wants to be heard I much rather what of injured more physical violence and bent believe then be doubted and Austin City spokesperson speaking on behalf of the police department tell CBS news the city is currently undergoing a third party review of its training policies and resources the department of public safety recently audited the Austin police and Nora if found that thirty sexual assault cases were improperly closed

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Police accused of misusing "exceptional clearance" to close rape cases

KCBS Radio Overnight News

03:43 min | 9 months ago

Police accused of misusing "exceptional clearance" to close rape cases

"Nationally fewer than one percent of reported rape cases result in a felony conviction and in many parts of the country police are closing cases and marking them as solved without making an arrest CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste tells us how a woman in Austin Texas is fighting back only more charts illustrates how she said she was treated after she reported being raped by a stranger last year when she was twenty one four charge says she was returning to our Austin Texas home when two men adopted her the man behind me grabs my throat and I go unconscious she was brought to this motel where she says a third man return multiple times over twelve hours according to board chart the man gave her cigarettes and whiskey and demanded that she shower with him Jordan managed to escape call police and have a rape kit done this this man who was on parole after serving twenty years for murder first claimed he did not know her but when his DNA came back as a match he said the sex was consensual he was never arrested the police suggest why in this audio recording take a shower with them consuming whiskey in the shower with them together it doesn't make the Best Picture the police act like that was consensual one really I was trying to prevent another being assaulted again and you're probably a friend to you he might kill you yes he's still under what law enforcement calls an exceptional clearance that's when cases can be closed if the victim is uncooperative or a district attorney declines to prosecute turns out more than forty percent of closed three cases were exceptionally clear nationwide in twenty seventeen giving the public the impression they have been solved exceptional clearances not being used correctly Liz don again led the sex crimes unit at the Austin police department for nearly a decade now retired Donegan tell CBS news that she refused pressure to change rape cases from suspended two exceptionally cleared she was eventually transferred out of the sex crimes unit the public's perception about exceptional clearance is that the case has been closed since been cleared with the help somebody accountable which could be further from the truth right the decision not to prosecute war charts case made by the office of Margaret Moore the Travis county district attorney allowed Austin police to exceptionally clear it are you ever deciding not to prosecute because you want to keep your record the best possible because you're worried you may not get a conviction now we've taken cases to trial during my administration where we've gotten not guilty but we believed in the case the jury didn't if what happened to Emily happened to your daughter granddaughter which is to be run comment on Emily's case that's because more along with Austin law enforcement are defendants in a class action lawsuit brought by the board chart in seven other women who say their sexual assaults have been mishandled well we're sure it's alleged rapist walks free she just wants to be heard I much rather what of injured more physical violence and bent believe then be doubted and Austin City spokesperson speaking on behalf of the police department tell CBS news the city is currently undergoing a third party review of its training policies and resources the department of public safety recently audited the Austin police and Nora if found that thirty sexual assault cases were improperly closed that is the key

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3D printed gun guy arrested in Taiwan on sex assault charges

Joyce Kaufman

03:59 min | 1 year ago

3D printed gun guy arrested in Taiwan on sex assault charges

"New report out that. The three D gun proponent. Cody Wilson, I think is his name. Yeah. He's the guy who came up with the three D printed gun, which I still can't figure out how this is done. Although Hobo has promised to show me one day. David. He gets back. He has just been arrested in Taiwan after being charged in Texas with sexually assaulting a sixteen year old girl. They're Taiwanese officials said on Friday the police arrested, Mr. Wilson in the one wa district of Taipei and delivered into the national immigration agency. The police to Austin said on Wednesday that Mr. Wilson had failed to board a flight back to the United States from Taipei and that they had asked the United States marshals Lone Star fugitive task force. I wanna be on that the Lone Star fugitive task force. I had a cousin who was the United States marshal. She had to give it up. Those like scary scary work a lot of these marshals get shot when they go to execute warrants said which one she had a kid. She said. Do something else. The marshals will return Mr. Wilson to local Austin authorities after he returns to the United States. According to the Austin police department. He had not been charged when he went to Taiwan. So he is not considered to have fled the country. Here's accused of taking a girl he met via the website sugar. Daddy, meet dot com. I should not laugh. It's not funny. Sugar. Daddy, beat dot com to a hotel in Austin on August fifteenth having sex with her and paying her five hundred dollars in cash. Before he left for Taiwan. A friend of the girl told him that he was under investigation for the assault and Taiwan in the United States. Do not have an extradition treaty, but have agreed to provide mutual legal assistance in criminal matters. The state-owned Taiwan Central News Agency reported on Friday that a real estate agent who had seen local news stories about the sexual assault charge told police that Mr. Wilson paid a deposit on an apartment on Wednesday. Yes. He was planning on spending some time in Taipei. Mr. Wilson was arrested by officers with the criminal investigation bureau at a hotel in one. According to the report, he could be blocked from owning a firearm for life so much for your three D firearms. He faces a sentence of up to twenty years, Mr. Wilson, a self-described crypto anarchist to national attention over the summer after he reached an unexpected settlement with the State Department that allowed him to upload blueprints for three D printed guns online in August, gun rights, supporters and free speech groups supported his efforts while gun control activists raised concerns that downloadable firearms, which are difficult to detect and track would endanger public safety Turkey generals from multiple states, father last minute lawsuit seeking to stymie Mr. Wilson last month, a federal judge barred him from carrying out his plan until the lawsuit which by then included attorney generals from nineteen states. NBC was resolved in response. Mr. Wilson said he would sell the files and mail them to. Fire's instead of making them freely. Available online on his website. Defense distributed. Josh Blackman is lawyer and the three D guns lawsuit declined to comment on how the case might be affected by the sexual assault charge. We're still gonna fight for our right for the

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3 finalists for Seattle police chief job pledge to hold officers accountable at public forum

News, Traffic and Weather

01:35 min | 2 years ago

3 finalists for Seattle police chief job pledge to hold officers accountable at public forum

"Made by billboard owners the three finalists for seattle's next police chief faced a very different line of questioning at a community forum last night instead of crimefighting the focus was on officer misconduct komo's joel moreno with how the candidates responded i up with seattle's interim police chief carmen best was asked how she would get officers to understand the culture of the people that police have their biases what we have to do is make sure that people are operating from a place where those diocese are affecting the way to the interacting with people eddie for sale has a long career with the minneapolis police and was pressed on how he could get police to deescalate confrontations instead of simply firing their guns didn't need a leader out there that not only will enforce reforms but that will get back at the bottom boots on the ground training with the austin police department was a final candidate and says knowing the people in the community is the best way to protect them the time to build a relationship is not after you have a critical incident right the time to build a relationship is before the time to build a relationship is now seattle mayor jenny durkan will interview the finalists on friday it's expected she will make her selection sometime before the end of the month that's komo's joel moreno on announcement happening today in seattle is expected to impact fast food workers nationwide state attorney general's office says seven large corporations have agreed to change their practices to benefit workers will bring you those details when the news conference happens at ten am twenty four seven news the news you want when you want it on komo news i'm michael preston.

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"austin police department" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Austin bombing event i track the bomber down and i sent his location to the fbi and the austin police department and then i cc'd the the captain of the police department and pflueger ville texas where i pinpointed the guy said hey this guy's right down the street from your police station and all that all the documentation including the the acknowledgement from the fbi and austin police is on my is in my remote viewing forum area the original messages so you can see it archive anyway that on the next day they're facing the public was revealed police chief saying that her town that you know they catch you the austin bomber well prior to that i had started work on the east area rapist and the detractors person down i chose one of his victims and i look for for that victims murderer that's one of the one of the protocols we use and lo and behold after about a week of work i i find it this guy's would live unlike the killer which will talk talk about a moment this guy's alive and he's living in my hometown right down a couple of miles from where i live in california so just like i did with the austin bomber and the fbi was requesting help from the public so and they know me well and i'm the public so i sent them i told them i said this guy's houses near me and i i've got his address and his name and all those things i sent it to the fbi and i.

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"austin police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I don't know that's i did not see that in the memo from the police chief as to whether anybody was armed i mean thankfully if they were nothing happened in that but i mean that is also something to consider when you're throwing these big galas for officers usually they're carrying whether they're on duty or not i know that from being from a family of police officers they usually have something on them at all times and not the smartest thing to do if you're out drinking oh that's a bad decision to have injuring at any time john is in northwest austin it's to eleven with marc and melinda john go ahead sir i just wanted to comment on you know i mean you know you get drunk and belligerent or something you know i mean it's not a getting suspended like that doesn't seem like a real offend you know i mean you talking about how they got home like more offense but the guy urinating like he did i mean i have three boys i teach him to urinate all the time in public you know by my four year walks up to me i gotta be at a p gopi well in my view there there's another angle to this story which is our austin police department punishes its own they they seem to be very committed to shattering that meth or that that idea protecting the blue i'm just going to say though like if you think about it the guy doesn't appear to be like sitting there showing himself to people he was taking a p public place and representing the police at the same time i really don't think that urinating in public is something that we should be encouraging well if you're on sixth street or seventh street i agree but you know i doubt he was that he's probably peeing in a bush acl live outside the moody theater yeah and there's plenty of bushes and it's not going to kill bush all right john thank you there were three witnesses mentioned in the chiefs report on how he arrived at his conclusion remember this isn't night where they're supposed to be celebrating the best of the best to the police it's their awards gala handing out awards for the officers that did really exceptional things over the course of the year and i would imagine.

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"austin police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Law so they could withhold information of course not every single one of those requests was about a person who died in police custody because this information could be for any type of clothes case that did not go through the court process so it just depends on what was requested and the police department can look at each individual request on a case by case basis and make what they feel is the best decision to withhold or to release that information but every single time that one of the request here's the media families anything have said no i don't think that that's a good answer i want to get the attorney general to weigh in on this every single time in the last decade the attorney general has sided with the austin police department said do you think that the apd is keeping information not releasing that because they are wanting to hide some things in some of these cases or do you think it's truly they want to protect the individuals involved it's not really up to me to decide what apd is or isn't doing you know again i think apd is a an outstanding police force and but we do know that this law has been used across the state by other police agencies to possibly cover up wrongdoing or misconduct by officers when here in austin it's standard procedure if someone is shot to death by police that case goes to the grand jury is that standard procedure when there's any kind of a death in police custody.

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"austin police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Todd and don show now the greater austin crime commission says numerous studies have revealed that the austin police department needs in additional three hundred twenty seven officers to affectively police the city's current population because of a of a shortage of an hour and a half for a police off yes todd and don show weekday mornings five thirty to nine on newsradio klbj five ninety am and ninety nine.

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"austin police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And don show now the greater austin crime commission says numerous studies have revealed that the austin police department needs an additional three hundred twenty seven officers to effectively police the city's current population right that has nothing to do with south by south southwest no no no that's just daily business that's just what we need now right last year there was a wreck right in front of my house that involved a driver that was under the influence and it was a bad situation he had plowed into a couple of cars to it was a kid who was really messed up plot in a couple of cars right in front of our house so we all the neighbors out there we're having to deal with it ourselves we call the police of course it took them an hour and a half to respond an hour and a half in this wasn't just like a fender bender this was someone driving under the influence who plowed into a couple of cars he was slightly injured down so you know and it took him an hour and a half to get there because of not only because of of of a short an hour and a half for a police off yes what about an ambulance called or be an ambulance got there but the ambulance is also waiting there for the police because the police have to make some determinations as far as this guy's condition they have to do some investigating was he hurt he was slightly hurt you know he he wasn't badly hurt but he his head really bad needed cops we need the cops here so the the neighbors are having to deal with this situation i am trying to keep this guy on the scene because he wants to leave the scene he and i i can't hold him i can't hold him there he wants to walk off and go home well it wasn't like i was having to physically restrained in your hug no no no i was just having to say he was out of it todd he's just trying to talk him wrong highway he was.

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"austin police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And don show now the greater austin crime commission says numerous studies have revealed that the austin police department needs an additional three hundred twenty seven officers to effectively police the city's current population right that has nothing to do with south by southwest no no no that's just daily business that's just what we need now right last year there was a wreck right in front of my house than involved a driver that was under the influence and it was a bad situation he had plowed into a couple of cars to it was a kid who was really messed up plowed in a couple of cars right in front of our house so we all the neighbors out there we're having to deal with it ourselves we call the police of course it took them an hour and a half to respond an hour and a half in this wasn't just like a fender bender this was someone driving under the influence who plowed into a couple of cars he was slightly injured yeah so you know and it took him an hour and a half to get there because of not only because of of a short an hour and a half for a police off yes todd and don show we did mornings five thirty nine on newsradio klbj five ninety am and ninety nine point seven fm dot com look at austin's on time traffic reported rack on thirty five.

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"austin police department" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Don't fuck around i don't plan i will be i'll be linking these links to the show notes but also like i'm sure that there's going to be new information and also spread this information since it's not normally you know told so this is just all this is the story that i've kind of pieced together so the first attack so there have been packages packages that have been circulating in the city of austin and just outside of austin the first attack happened march second there were two more bombings that took place on march twelfth and a third place on the eighteenth at the time police were like yeah they think that these bombs relate were related so five packages exploded in the austin area the latest bomb blast which is just after the eighteenth i believe i could be wrong no the latest yeah the latest bomb blast happened at a fedex offense in swertz i i don't know if i'm pronouncing that wrong but is roughly sixty miles outside of austin the employees suffered a nonthreatening percussion type industry injuries so thank goodness the person in the fedex office was not injured the police the austin police department had been receiving more than one thousand two hundred calls about possible bombs and suspicious packaging it's terror it's terrifying so yeah so the bomb that exploded in the fedex office was the fifth bomb to explode it was a package it let's see so it had been shipped to fedex from austin and so that's kind of why they're connected to the other awesome bombs that had happened as well.

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"austin police department" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The law enforcement on this case this is nineteen days incredible police work over five hundred people the trump administration the secretary of homeland security did everything that we asked five hundred atf fbi were here other bomb experts are state police are texas rangers and the incredible work of the austin police department you know law anytime you approach any crime scene if you're law enforcement it's dangerous but when you're approaching someone who's a bomber most dangerous situation because they can throw a pipe bomb at you there could be booby trap and these officers approach that car to take him down they put their lives in danger and fortunately none were hurt and none were killed and i don't want us to forget again for the people in the austin area to be vigilant even people who might get a suspicious package in the mail we do not know all of his whereabouts over the last twenty four hours so he could have put other bob's other places and that's what they're working on now we have a lot of listeners across texas including in austin so lieutenant governor patrick's words should be taken very seriously there's another comment made by austin police chief brian manly about how they've found this let's let's go back to the let's go back to the the police work that was done and james we want the other soundbite not that actually listen to this and there are two great soundbites let's listen to this one we had surveillance teams looking for this suspect and we ultimately located the vehicle that this suspect was known to be driving and witnesses told us he was driving as members of the austin police department swat team approached the vehicle the suspect detonated a bomb inside the vehicle knocking one of our swat officers back and one of our swat officers fired at the suspect as well yeah well what they said is he's twenty four years old is a white male they're not revealing his exact place of residency but apparently the security video at the fedex store in sunset valley was critical and then they also got the.

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"austin police department" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on WDRC

"Device and killing himself sources confirmed to cave e u e though through the use of cell phone technology police found the suspect at a hotel in williamson county and a chase ensued the austin police department said early wednesday morning it was working an officer involved shooting in the seventeen hundred block of north interstate thirty five according to cave you ease chris bets the austin police department and the fbi were arresting the suspect in the austin bombings bets also stated the suspect then needed a device and shots were fired were being told the again i i read some from the daily mail uk that that claim that the shots you know he was shot dead and the local reports are saying that he detonated a bomb in and committed suicide i guess we'll find out you know the truth in that in the near future the suspect this is according to cave you e the suspect attempted to evade the police and eventually detonate him quote detonated himself and of quote when officials and officers made a move on him authorities said they used surveillance video from the fedex store on brody lane in south boston to lead them to the suspect authorities said they got information from google and from the suspect's computer history that confirmed the suspect was looking at information on where to go to ship the devices according to.

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"austin police department" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on WTMA

"A cumulus station facebook ceo break silence austin bombers confession i'm barbara kusak this was a major richard trust and i'm really sorry that this happened facebook ceo mark zuckerberg apologizing tonight on cnn for the scandal involving cambridge at politica which led to it improperly obtaining the data of fifty million facebook users sucker brook says he plans to put safeguards in place going forward when we identify apps that are similarly doing sketchy things we're gonna make sure that we tell people than to and that's definitely something that looking back on this i regret that we didn't do at the time and i think we got that wrong and we're we're committed to getting that right going forward austin police chief brian manley gave an accounting of the final moments of suspected bomber mark condit's life as officers closed in that vehicle stops many members of the austin police department approached is vehicle and as they got to the window and began to bang on the window what you could see on the video in tremendous explosion that takes place and you see our officers fall backwards from the blast and then ultimately the officer shoot manley's at condit left behind a taped confession on his cell phone detailing the bombs he built but provided no real motive congressional bargainers announced a bipartisan one point three trillion dollar budget deal financing government agencies for the rest of this fiscal year president trump would get about one and a half billion dollars to begin constructing his wall with mexico and take other border security measures the bill does not contain steps to protect dreamers from deportation lawmakers now have until midnight friday to approve it and prevent another government shutdown republican rick saccone conceded to democrat connor lamb and pennsylvania's eighteenth congressional district race tonight lamb and ex marine and federal prosecutor captured the.

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"austin police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Can never be called a happy ending but it's a damn good one for the people of this community and people state of texas and appreciate the opportunity to work with these amazingly find individuals and all folks who worked for them the deaths that occurred here were were random and meaningless and absolutely something that we can't ever get our heads around but we reacted in a way that i would hope every says and would want us to react and i'm proud to be here today to so we got it done christopher cones on the fbi special agent in charge this partnership that brought this to conclusion this is a very difficult case only through the work of the austin police department working with us with texas tps with the texas rangers the fbi atf the marshalls the postal service that we were able to do this this is what we do here the partnerships are strong we work very well together in it's through that partnership that we were able to find this guy if we had not found this man i think we all believe very certainly that there would have been more devices and more innocent civilians would have been hurt wouldn't have been killed of austin should be very very proud that she finale and the austin police department the people taxes should be very proud of deep in the texas rangers the people of this country should be very thankful to law enforcement general i think the narrative should be what you saw here you had law enforcement people running towards explosions to help people i've seen the video of what happened last night you literally had austin police officers running towards a vehicle that had an explosive device in it that detonated that is unbelievable courage those heroes and i think that's what we have to put out the men and women of law enforcement do this every day maybe not to this level certainly not on this stage with the media but i would i would stress to everybody this is what we do every day in law enforcement and i think that's what the narrative should be and for me personally i'm very proud today that i have the honour pulled in a badge and working with these men and women behind me we will be here until this is over we will maintain our presence into the until we are absolutely certain there is no question.

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"austin police department" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"But did a pretty good job by the fbi atf the dp department of public safety and the postal inspector all got together on this they had over five hundred agents in the austin police department on this and austin police led the way the whole time through everything that could add it and so it worked out so he's a twenty four year old white man he have they connected him to this red at post because there's a reddit post where he claimed to be he won't stop he said on read it until he becomes as prolific as the zodiac killer well fortunately his life ended before that could happen he said my intention is not to kill people i am doing this simply because i want to watch the world burn just bizarre so another psycho you need a string of disturbing messages in which he compared himself to the zodiac killer the notorious serial killer who was never caught or identified even though he murdered at least five people in california in the sixties and seventies the self professed austin bummer denied suggestions the attacks are racially motivated it's not race related like the media has speculated i also enjoy laughing at the massive police presence that just simply cannot find or dna is me the poster said he's thirty to fifty years old insisted he doesn't have any terminal illness or anything like that so i don't know if he's trying to throw people off.

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Spring nor'easter targets Northeast with heavy snow, winds

Dennis Prager

01:50 min | 2 years ago

Spring nor'easter targets Northeast with heavy snow, winds

"In washington in austin texas overnight a swat team closed in on a twenty four year old man believed to be the suspect in this month serial bombings austin police chief brian manley members of the austin police department swat team approached the vehicle this suspect detonated a bomb inside the vehicle knocking one of our swat officers back and one of our swat officers fired at the suspect as well the suspect now identified as mark anthony conduct he was killed when he detonated that bomb here in washington homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen says austin should still be careful although the situation appears to be over we urge the public to remain alert and report any suspicious activity or packages or devices a storm with high winds and lots of snow is moving through the eastern united states national weather service meteorologist dan peterson says he expects new york city and areas around it to be hard hit along for forecast guidance showing maxwell in that particular area and conditions favorable with the storm forming to the south they're an excellent location for bandit heavy snow to form this afternoon so we think that the peak rates of one or two inches an hour are likely this afternoon in the metro new york city area as a result air travel in new york and other areas in the region will be severely affect senate leaders are being pressed to comment on president trump's recent attacks on special counsel robert muller and his russia probe the white house says the president has no plans on removing muller nigeria's government now says one hundred one of the one hundred ten schoolgirls abducted a month ago by boko haram are confirmed freed an aide to the president said the number would be updated after the remaining ones have been documented nigeria's government has said no ransoms were paid in the release the dow up one hundred forty points more on.

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"austin police department" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"What a matter and what a te mike metro pcs in the iphone se for zero dollars on edward that covers ninety nine percent of people in the us oh impressing play with the best switched to metro pcs limited lt plan and get thirty two gig iphone se for ciro dollars metro pcs coverage not available in some areas sales tax claim based on talking tex directive numbers currently on the t mobile network directive on metro pcs in the past on today's store for details and terms conditions the end of the austin bombing suspect i'm rita foley with abc news minute the twenty four year old white man blew himself up as law enforcement closed in on his vehicle in a hotel parking lot austin police chief brian manley as members of the austin police department swat team approached the vehicle the suspect detonated a bomb inside the vehicle knocking one of our swat officers back and one of our swat officers fired at the suspect as well still a mystery his motive there was a vigil last night for the two wounded victims in yesterday's maryland school shooting the shooter is dead governor larry hogan says thoughts and prayers aren't enough actually we've got one of the both aggressive school safety plans in america that we introduced several weeks ago as emergency legislation the napoli's legislature failed to take action on a massive snowstorm is slamming the northeast i'm rita foley.

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Sheriff: Md. high school gunman had "prior relationship" with victim

The Guy Gordon Show

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Sheriff: Md. high school gunman had "prior relationship" with victim

"News talk seven sixty wjr detroit thirty nine degrees at three o'clock good afternoon everyone i'm marie osborne authorities in southern maryland say a student gunman who shot and wounded two classmates at his high school this morning died after a school resource officer fired on him and ended the attack saint mary county sheriff tim cameron says investigators believe there was a prior relationship between the shooter and one of the victims but they can't say whether the gunman intended to hurt anyone else ro did his job engaged and stop the potential threat so beyond that we just may not have an answer it may be it may not be a random event that may be his intent but then we're guessing and of course beyond is intent what was i going to do beyond that we simply today don't know that i thought he's in texas are investigating the fifth bombing in the lone star state this month corresponding clayton neville says the explosion fedex facility in schertz texas north of san antonio comes amid a series of serial bombings in austin the bombing at the fedex facility in schertz texas happened when the package was on a conveyor belt shirts police chief michael hansen says it's not believed the package was intended to detonate at that facility we're confident that neither this facility nor any location and the shirts area was a target the austin police department says it responded to four hundred and twenty suspicious package calls between eight am yesterday an eight am today bringing the total number two more than twelve hundred since march twelve i'm clayton neville a fight outside of a restaurant has led to the suspension of an offduty detroit police commander and serious injuries to another man a criminal investigation underway into the detroit police commander who got into the fight with the bar customer police commander timothy leach was moonlighting as a bouncer at the bar during saint patrick's day march on march eleventh chief craig says commander leeches employment as a bouncer had not been authorized by the department idea i'm not going to get into the content but there was force clearly i determined based on my review of the video that there was forced us and chief craig they're saying he did review the video and the case fortyoneyearold michael karp rich of washington township is on life support at a local hospital the strongest storm of the season is set to slam into southern california prompting residents still recovering from january's deadly mudslides to evacuate again don't take your chances that warning for mark johnson with the national weather service for people in montecito oh where january's deadly mudslide hit.

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"He's one step ahead": Officials frustrated after latest Austin explosion

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"He's one step ahead": Officials frustrated after latest Austin explosion

"The dow down five hundred points during the day it did recover at the closing bell to just three hundred and thirty six down that is a one of the third percent drop nasdaq dropping nearly two percent that is the steepest loss in six weeks the us will see its first interest rate decision under the new fed chair jerome powell it's on tuesday after he ended to investors that he is open to lifting interest rates four times this year i'm andy field abc news or money news in thirty minutes there's been another explosion in austin and the fourth and less than a month this time possibly detonated by a wire the police chief says they believe these incidents may be connected abc news chief correspondent pierre thomas had the latest on that this afternoon february fully sweeping austin texas after a fourth explosion rocked her home in less than twenty days authorities responding to a blast potentially caused by a trip wire detonation entering two men in their twenties both rushed to an area hospital police extending lockdown urging residents within a mile and a half radius to stay in their home even school bus will not be able to access the affected areas this latest incident comes seventeen days after the first reported explosion just a few miles away police have now followed up on more than seven hundred phone calls about suspicious packages in the austin area the blast triggered just six and a half hours after the austin police department offered one hundred fifteen thousand dollars for any tips leading to the arrest of a suspect austin police say the bombings which killed two people and have now entered for others were meant to send a message the packages using these attacks were designed to look innocent unassuming abc news learning the bombs were built using nuts bolts nails and metal pieces s shrapnel that's pierre thomas reporting tragedy for cirque du soleil thirty eight year old cirque du soleil performer yawn are no was partway through his act saturday night something goes terribly wrong are no plummeting to the hard stage below no matt's or safety nets to break his fall he was taken to a.

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"austin police department" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on WRVA

"The community to do if you see any suspicious object or item that looks out of place do not even approach it but instead call nine one one and report that to the police department so we can send folks out the check that and ensure that it is safe so again do not approach these suspicious items anything that you may see whether it be a bag of backpack a box and again this is why we have avoided giving specific descriptions of the prior three devices because it was never confirmed that that would be the design that this suspect or suspects would stick with so that's the important message today to this community is make sure that you are safe and make sure you contact us if you see something that looks suspicious or that looks out of place that was the austin police department on edge after another explosion leaving two injured injured cause of the blast at this moment is unclear i mean this is now how many times that this has happened police have also appealed to the bombmaker raising the award money for tips not ruling out the possibility of a trip wire type bomb in this particular case and police believe i mean i think it's pretty obvious that this blast is related to the other blasts down in austin to think otherwise i think it would be foolish and the explosion that injured two in southwest austin you know again they think is a trip wire joining us now to weigh in on it we have jonathan gillam navy seal former fbi agent author of the book sheep no more buck sexton host of his own show america now former cia agent nypd intelligence division specialist i look at this bucket it looks like we've got ourselves a bomber here on the sidelines and so far it doesn't look like we have a whole lot of clues sean it's a serial bomber situation and law enforcement doesn't have a lot to work with right now they've had some persons of interest none of that has panned out from we've been told so far they're relying on the community that's why you have that one hundred thousand dollar plus bounty that's out there part of the problem here is that analysis of explosive devices analysis of bombs like this is painstaking it's a slow process and if you're if you're looking for dna for example on some part on the on.

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"austin police department" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on WJR 760

"Achieve reviewing is notes here i'm gonna put out to other messages this first one we were asked to put out from ast and austin independent school district families in the travis country neighborhood we are aware of police activity in your area we are working with the austin police department to take appropriate measures due to police activity we will not be able to send school buses into the neighborhood on monday march nineteenth any tortoise or absences due to the situation will be excused so again this message is being pushed out by ast they asked us if we would help them get this message out to the families and the students that live in the travis country neighborhood behind us in addition to that we're going to ask the residents in the travis county neighborhood to stay in your homes tomorrow morning and give us the opportunity to process the scene once the sun comes up we're gonna ask that you remain in your homes until ten am to give us the opportunity and pry that time we will have put out additional information of where we're at as we process if you have an emergency and you need to get out of your residents please call nine one one and let us know what your addresses so we can come in and safely escort you out of the neighborhood again we're asking you to stay in your residents to we've had the opportunity to ensure that this neighborhood is safe and if you have an emergency please call nine one one give us the address so we can come in and safely escort you out there's the chief there again within the last hour they are they are essentially investigating this as if it is related to the other three that's a very strong suspicion i guess they have to assume that it is only because it's the the in the austin area i would be rare for this kind of thing to happen at it and in this case after the other three it would it would also be unless there is a copycat that is out there it would be odd that it wasn't related and and of course even a copycat would technically be related to the investigation even even if not the same suspect and as the the police indicated from the the story that we read you earlier you know the the.

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"austin police department" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on WTMA

"Achieve reviewing notes here i'm gonna put out to other messages this first one we were asked to put out from ast and austin independent school district families in the travis country neighborhood we are aware of police activity in your area we are working with the austin police department to take appropriate measures due to police activity we will not be able to send school buses into the neighborhood on monday march nineteenth any tortoise or absences due to the situation will be excused so again this message is being pushed out by they asked us if we would help them get this message out to the families and the students that live in the travis country neighborhood behind us in addition to that we're going to ask the residents in the travis county neighborhood to stay in your homes tomorrow morning and give us the opportunity to process the scene once the sun comes up we're going to ask that you remain in your homes until ten am to give us the opportunity and pry that time we will have put out additional information of where we're at as we process if you have any emergency and you need to get out of your residents please call nine one one and let us know what your addresses so we can come in and safely sport you out of the neighborhood again we're asking you to stay in your residents to we've had the opportunity to ensure that this neighborhood is safe and if you have an emergency please call nine one one give us the address so we can come in and safely escort you out there's the chief there again within the last hour they are they are essentially investigating this as if it is related to the other three a very strong suspicion i guess they have to assume that it is only because it's the in the austin area i would be rare for this kind of thing to happen and in this case after the other three it would it would also be unless there is a copycat that is out there it would be odd that it wasn't related and and of course even a copycat would technically be related to the investigation even even if not the same suspect and as the the police indicated from.

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"austin police department" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"austin police department" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Right and i think it's a great question so right now all of the data that we gather is super important so for example one of our cars might have driven down the street and there wasn't a construction zone but then our later there is a construction zone and our car sees that sends that information so that all the other cars can learn from it that there's a constructions and they're similarly if you think the horrible things that we've heard about in austin with these bombs going off in the austin police department is said hey if anyone has one of those doorbell cameras in the vicinity of this could you share that information with us we suspect that we would have the same requests from the local police departments hey there was a crime in this area waymo or any of your car's driving this area at that time and maybe you've got some information that could help us and in those cases we would cooperate with the authorities for sure i it's weird because all this technology has its intended purpose and then there's all these other doors that open up and although my feeling is i'm all for like hey you're not bomber you're not a terrorist you're not committing violent crime out on the street and all you wanna do is catch a buzz and get a van ride home this is your best friend now i did have an idea for an action movie called navigating navigating navigating now not the way mo whatever way shape.

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