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Fresh update on "baltimore city" discussed on Purity Products

Purity Products

01:42 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baltimore city" discussed on Purity Products

"A L A CUMULUS STATIONS News Now news too. Good afternoon. I'm Heather Curtis as protesters around the country topple Confederate statues and others they find offensive President Donald Trump used his Beach last night at the Salute to America, Fourth of July celebration toe warn them under the executive order I signed last week pertaining to the Veterans Memorial Preservation and Recognition Act and other laws. People who damage or deface federal statues or monuments will get a minimum of 10 years in prison. Ah, week after two Maryland delegates asked for the prosecution of protesters if they tore down the city's Christopher Columbus statues, a group used rope last night to topple the Columbus statue in Little Italy. After they got the city owned statue down. They took it to the inner harbor and threw it in. They say the Italian Explorer is responsible for the genocide and exploration of Native Americans. Last month, delegates Kathy Chalet GE and Dino Man Joni called on Baltimore City's mayor and governor, Larry Hogan to protect the city's Columbus statues. An 11 year old boy is dead after being hit by a bullet in Southeast last night. Police chief Peter Duchin says five men started shooting around 9 30 the child identified this morning as Daven McNeil was hit in the head. It happened on theater. ST. Lucian says They don't have any suspects yet. One of the two women hit by a car while protesting police brutality in Seattle yesterday, has died. Washington State police identify the victim as 24 year old summer Taylor of Seattle. She and another woman were struck Saturday by a car driven by a 27 year old Seattle man who police say drove around several vehicles that were blocking.

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Fresh update on "baltimore city" discussed on Pat McDonough

Pat McDonough

01:21 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "baltimore city" discussed on Pat McDonough

"You've been listening to this show. I know you're sitting on the floor right now. Because you know, as ordinary people out there cannot believe that this is happening in America, let alone right in your own backyard in Baltimore County. Now I'm gonna tell you something. The people of Baltimore City have been manipulated. They've been numbed. And they I hate to say it. They tolerate a lot of stuff. All these murders. Where are the marches for the woman who was pregnant? And you? Did You see that child? A three year old child was beautiful. That woman was beautiful. That doesn't mean anything. I'm just a beautiful young person for that. Subhuman or whatever the heck, that was her boyfriend that murdered her. But this stuff happens all the time. There will be another horror story tonight and the next day and the people of Baltimore City tolerated. They just had an election where they elected a guy mayor. Who is one of these Crump criminal advocates, and they elected another Most B, I'm telling you one most is enough to elect another Mosby as President City Council. I served with this guy and the General Assembly he makes his wife looked like a conservative. But they do it to themselves. When I'm telling you this I pledge to you and Baltimore County. We're not going to take this from our politicians are politicians on the county Council and our county executive who thinks he's going to turn Baltimore County and the Baltimore City. It's not gonna happen. We're going to fight for public safety. We're going to fight for constitutional rights. And this is for black people and white people. Let me tell you something black people that moved the Baltimore city to get away from that stuff. They come. The Baltimore County I know it. Well, you get the phone calls, we get the e mails. I can't walk into a 7 11 or a royal farms or supermarket. People come up to me and black people say, Pat, we thank you. We thank you for what you're doing. You're right. This is not just about white people. This is about public safety in the rule of law, So that's what we're fighting for here. We don't want to divide the races were not about the vision. Do you think that those socialists knuckleheads hate America? Blame America Destroy America Care one iota about race? They don't care about race they care about dividing and conquering America. They don't care about black people. I mean, this is the most integrated society in the history of the world. This is not like the fifties and the sixties. We're all of us, black and white. We all go see the same crappy movies. We all go watch the same crappy television shows. We all go into the same restaurants. Nobody can't go anywhere. It's a different world, and a lot of black people know that we hear it, so this is not about race, but it is about violence so called protesters and it's about American family in American small business. Working people just trying to Do their job being harassed and threatened and it's dangerous and the real story here. Hey, You want the real story? It's Johnny. You think those young cops want to sit there and watch this nonsense? I guarantee they don't so we're taking it. To the top. I was taught one thing's 20 years in the Legislature. You've got a problem with the hospital. You got a constituent calls you about a bank. You got somebody calls you about Social security. You take it to the top. You go to the top. You put the put the metal to the pedal the pedal to the metal, whatever. And you do it at the top. So, Johnny You better let these guys and gals do their job and you've got to protect this family because I'm telling you here tonight. If anything happens to these people, it's on you. You already have a lawsuit. Facing you. Next week. You're gonna have a writ of mandamus facing you. You better get on the ball. All right, let's get back to our friend. Brenda, You have a question burned. Are you there? Yes. One of the questions I want to do. Could you tell us a little bit about the protesters backgrounds? So Obviously, I don't think they're working been in my store for three weeks now, But people have been doing case searches and sharing them with me in public information that is correct. And let's just say we have somebody that is a sex offender out there. We have people with assault charges. It just it goes on. I can't. There's been so much going on in the past three weeks. I cannot. I still cannot around my burning around at all now without naming names. Some of these people are from Baltimore City that don't even live in the area. Majority of them are not live in the area. Yes, they're from Baltimore City. Yes. Now also interesting there. You have a lot of black customers. And you have. I mean, I've been to your restaurant before all this happened. And they have been harassed also, that they don't care about the color their hair to put take you out. Yes, so if a person of color tries to come into the store I just my heart just pours for them because Today, the way that they speak to these men and women. And they think I'm racist. I just I would never treat anyone the way that they have treated the people that are trying to come into my store. It has gotten to where we have customers they get in the store. And they're afraid to go back out. So either my guards take them to their vehicle or we take them out the back door. We have people calling. We want to come and get this. That or the other. Can you bring it to us to the back door? People want to support but they're afraid to come because of sure There's been intimidated, but I'm telling you This country was not founded on intimidation. We have got to stand up. We have got to overcome and overwhelm that Which is wrong. That's the only way this country is going to survive. And we are on the tipping scale. I had three days this week on radio and I've been on a lot and I've been trying To educate or preach whatever you wanna call it to let people know what is actually happening in this country and you have 125 days. You have 125 days. Where a decision is going to make. And I will tell you now, just as the people of Baltimore City made a very poor decision just a couple of weeks ago, and they will pay for it. If this country makes a bad decision, we will move into the dark ages. Socialism will strike quickly. They will tear down the electoral college. There will never be another Republican president elected they will stack the courts. They would get rid of law and order. You can see it. I mean, it's clear they don't care about public safety. They don't care about the rule of law. America is the only country in the history of the world that is based on a foundation A constitution A bill of Rights written. This's a written document that is the rule of law. And they don't believe its socialist don't believe it..

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"baltimore city" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:05 min | Last month

"baltimore city" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Chaos outside Baltimore city hall a bottle thrown at officers in riot gear who tried to clear out the crowd tensions have been rising throughout the evening as officers tried to extract police cruisers from the growing number of people who tagged the status in remeber lives down here right now neighborhood leaders and many places have called for an end to the violence so a conversation can be had about police and community relations Benjamin Crump lawyer for Floyd's family tells CBS's face the nation many of neck that officials have to understand that it's not these are protesters that started these fires across America it is police brutality and a racist criminal justice system CBS is Kelly McCormick reports that the National Guard has already been deployed in fifteen cities including Washington DC national security adviser Robert o'brien says there are no current plans to federalize the guard but if necessary for their military assets could be deployed like military police units he said the president and the Pentagon would like to keep this at the local level and a law enforcement matter which is supported by the National Guard the mayor of Atlanta Keisha lance bottoms is telling demonstrators if they were out protesting last night they should be tested for covert nineteen this week health experts are also warning that civil unrest could increase the cases of coronavirus but those concerns are keeping protesters off the streets in London either several hundred protesters marched past Britain's parliament building and the U. S. embassy in London to protest the death of George Floyd chanting black lives matter and my name is George Flores CBS's Vicki Barker history being made in space whether SpaceX crew dragon dropped off two NASA astronauts at the international space station Bob and I welcome to the international space station after your spectacular rendezvous and docking of the first crew dragon vehicle early was piloted the last U. S. spacecraft to dock with the ISS the shuttle Atlantis in twenty eleven NASA hired both SpaceX and Boeing to handle space station taxi services but the first Boeing flight isn't expected until next year this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today I've always wanted to learn another language but every time I try it never sticks so I decided to give babble a try and I really like the teaching method of the app I started with the beginner lesson on Babel and it starts with simple words and phrases and soon you're putting those words into a conversation each lesson takes about ten to fifteen minutes and they're all really different which keeps things interesting the app is a really smart it actually keeps track of the words I'm struggling with so I can practice them and get better I just babble because it was created by real language teachers they built it around real life how people actually communicate and what they care about I.

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Former NAACP leader Kweisi Mfume wins special election for Maryland congressional seat of the late Elijah Cummings

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Former NAACP leader Kweisi Mfume wins special election for Maryland congressional seat of the late Elijah Cummings

"Duffy new tonight in Maryland politics meet your new control congressman elects former N. double ACP leader Kweisi informing easily winning a special election for the congressional seat vacated by the late Elijah Cummings with almost ninety percent of precincts reporting across Baltimore city Baltimore county and Howard County and boom a has more than seventy percent of the vote over Republican Kimberly

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Baltimore mayor considers face mask requirement

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Baltimore mayor considers face mask requirement

"Mayor says everybody needs to do their part to reduce the spread of the virus as is considering whether or not we should all be wearing masks in Baltimore city we have seen progress in flattening the curve but this is no time to rest or let up everyone needs to stay home unless you're going out for these social reason every time you leave your house you put yourself and everyone in your household at risk various is centering a policy similar to that of done in prince George's I'm a governor county that will require a face covering of some sort of decision on this could come by Friday

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Baltimore City Council Asks Mayor To Require Face Coverings In Public

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Baltimore City Council Asks Mayor To Require Face Coverings In Public

"Former city council oppressing them areas that require all residents to wear face covering when they go out in public to help limit the spread of the flu flu the council unanimously passed a resolution calling for America Jack young to issue an executive order mandating that everyone who goes out in public it doesn't matter where you're going out for a walk you're going to the store you go to the pharmacy whatever the case may be that you have to wear some kind of facial covering when you leave your home or doing in prince George's county the doing of Montgomery County they're doing it now in the Washington DC metro understand is is contemplating the same thing city council president Brandon Scott who introduced the resolution said that the bald or needs to fall the suit of these other counties and metro systems we are putting the lives of our citizens the last he was working out supermarkets who are doing the work that is allowing us to have some sense of normalcy at risk no no one former resident Melissa Alston said well why not they can only help I mean they're hot and uncomfortable but I mean so the hospital

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Washington, DC - Tornado watch in effect until 6 p.m. in Maryland

Rush Limbaugh

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Washington, DC - Tornado watch in effect until 6 p.m. in Maryland

"The National Weather Service issuing a tornado warning for western Baltimore county Baltimore city northeast Howard County until twelve thirty PM you're asked to take shelter and seek safety now again the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for western Baltimore county Baltimore city northeast Howard County until twelve thirty PM your house to take shelter and seek safety now the National Weather Service also issued a tornado watch for much of Maryland until six PM

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Baltimore City officials expect $42M deficit due to coronavirus pandemic

Rush Limbaugh

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Baltimore City officials expect $42M deficit due to coronavirus pandemic

"Baltimore city officials anticipating a forty two million dollar deficit amid the correct code nineteen pandemic the city has already spent three million dollars on response to the corona virus outbreak and officials say there is a significant decrease in revenue from the shut down of businesses governor Larry Hogan believes there will be a surge in cases in the next few

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COVID-19's effects in Maryland

Morning Drive with Casey and Elliot

01:05 min | 3 months ago

COVID-19's effects in Maryland

"Vice president of Bryant's of all is donating food to the restaurant that serves some of those restaurants can give it to employees free of charge there's a lot of restaurants who supported us over the years and there's a lot of great employees out there that need to feed their families they are now of a small foods rather as an independent wholesale distributor fourteen hundred restaurants they serve a Maryland orange six hundred of them are in the Baltimore area nine Marylanders who were quarantined above the grand princess cruise ship or not back in their homes of that other airman they were brought home by the reserve in the airman brought food and essential supplies to allow those individuals are too self quarantine for at least the next two weeks Burroughs first quarter death has occurred the prisoner died in prince George's county resident in his sixties who suffer from an underlying medical condition Baltimore city now under a state of emergency because of the coronavirus mayor Jack young issued the order yesterday and will be in place for at least

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Does closing schools slow the spread of coronavirus? Past outbreaks provide clues

Short Wave

08:22 min | 3 months ago

Does closing schools slow the spread of coronavirus? Past outbreaks provide clues

"Okay let's start this conversation by talking about the number one thing on most kids minds and definitely the number one thing on most parents minds school closings so corey. Why take the kids out of school? Well Emily we've seen in the last few days a kind of tipping point where we went from schools closing. You know here there. On a case by case basis to honestly and just really forty eight hours last week schools starting to close statewide and in most of these places when the decision was made. The didn't actually have that many infections. So you know it. It may have struck people in the moment. Like kind of weird right. Why doing now. Why close if there aren't infections in our media rain so why do that well so I spoke to this guy? Nicholas Kristof. He's at Yale and actually does a lot of really interesting work studying. How ideas spread among other things And they happen to spread kind of like diseases and so when corona virus hit the scene given the interest in this topic and given the fact that you know I'm a physician also specialized in public health and Epidemiology. It was not a stretch for me to become interested in this topic. And so Chris Dacas said. Look yes you you can close the school when there's a case and probably everyone would agree that that is a sensible thing to do and it helps so there's a study. He pointed me to of H One n One. A Flu. Epidemic was about what years ago? Yeah so the study is of Japan's reaction and showed that closing the schools when there's a case made a difference and found that reactive school closures reduce the rate of infections in the community by nearly thirty percent. That is no small number percents so that makes a lot of sense to me but like you said schools in the. Us are closing all over the place even when there aren't a lot of infections. Yeah and I think part of that is because the science around covert nineteen at least in how it spreads is still kind of unsettled. You know. We're not totally clear on how kids can spread it We don't know if say a child you know doesn't seem sick. But is still carrying the corona virus. How will that child impact the people that here she comes into contact with right right like their parents or caretakers exactly so honestly out of an abundance of caution school closures? They limit contact. They limit the possibility of kids getting sick. And of passing along Corona virus to the people they love and Corey. You have an example from history of a time when school cancellations really helped out during a viral outbreak. What was that yeah? This was an enormous flu epidemic back in nineteen eighteen and there's actually a really good research on how U. S. cities responded including What happened to the city's the closed their schools early versus those that didn't so Nicholas Kristof ca says when you look at this research. The results really speak for themselves. If you compare a you know a Saint Louis which closed the schools in advance and kept them closed for longer. Their death rate was three hundred. Fifty eight people per one hundred thousand population but Pittsburgh which waited 'til later didn't keep the schools closed as much. Their death rate was almost three times as high eight hundred. Seven people dying per one hundred thousand population. Wow that is a lot of people. Yeah it's a lot of people And what about? How will that affect families in vulnerable populations? How how will that affect them? I imagined that all this comes with a cost. Oh absolutely and I think this is something. A lot of people aren't thinking about that. You know while keeping schools open has a public health cost so does closing them especially for vulnerable low income families. You know a lot of people don't realize that twenty million kids in this country more than twenty million depend on schools for free breakfast free lunch in some cases free dinner Many of them get medical care at school not to mention the fact that there are lots of parents out there who are working. You know low wage hourly jobs. They can't take off work. They can't work from home. So what happens with these kids? I spoke with Sonia. Santa Liza's she's the CEO of Baltimore City Public Schools which are now closed. And she really summed it up. Well for me are a large number of our students the safest place for them to be actually in school so if you think about this from her point of view in. Baltimore you know. The State of Maryland has closed schools for two weeks. That's a long time for some kids to be home alone. to be coming to distribution centres to pick up what are called. Grab and go meals. But honestly emily really really complicatedness is the fact that CDC released new guidance at the end of last week that said these short-term closures like two to four weeks. They're not even long enough to actually slow the spread of this disease. They might need to go much longer and I know there are a lot of school leaders around the country who are looking at guidance and scratching their heads. Like how much longer we talking about here? Well I mean the governor of Ohio Mike DeWine said on CNN. The Sunday you know. He's closed schools there for three weeks but he said it's perfectly imaginable that this is going to go on a lot longer and it would not surprise me at all if schools did not open again this year. Wow Mollica I want to bring you in on this. Because you've been looking at the ways this can really affect families. Yeah if schools are closed it can definitely put a lot of pressure on families I spoke to Joy Osowski. She's a clinical and developmental psychologist at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. And here's what she said. One of the issues. Is You know a lot of parents need to work. And they cannot work remotely and even if they can work remotely. There are a lot of different kinds of things that need to be done for children. If they're not in school yet puts also much more pressure on parents because there isn't the routine of school so there are more meals at home. There's more care for children needed during the day and so they really have to establish what we would call a new normal anew routine and that way so how can parents create that routine and deal with that well You know she had a lot of different ideas but the one that struck me was that Older children can take some responsibility. I myself am the oldest of five siblings and I helped with my siblings growing up. She says that they could basically watch younger kids and help around the house doing chores and that kind of thing And she says it actually is helpful for the older children and can give them a sense of responsibility a sense that they're like actually contributing to the family in a time of crisis And I asked a soft ski weather. Older kids really do step up to the plate and she says that actually she's found after disasters like Hurricane Katrina for example. Older kids have been really helpful. They're helping younger kids out with schoolwork So parents can lean on them. This older kids do your part of the job description. When you're born you got a job description and it's look after sampling. Yeah and what about talking about the virus itself because I know a lot of families are really scared and there's a lot of anxiety around it and maybe they're not sure what to say? I mean a softy said is that parents need to be informed check the CDC website listen to NPR. And there's really really good news for families on the one end. Kids don't really seem to get very sick and emily. I JUST WANNA add a couple of things to from the episode. I just recorded with my colleague on your comments on parenting and current virus over life kit. When you're talking with kids make sure you're not making promises you can't keep so. Don't tell them. Oh no you won't get it because you don't know that and I always liked to channel Mister Rogers whenever I can which is look for the helpers trust in the helpers know that the helpers are out there our country is full of doctors and experts and professionals who are there to help take care of us when we need them and that will be a comfort to kids. This is the time for the helpers for

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25 jail officers in Baltimore charged with using excessive force

Ben Shapiro

00:28 sec | 7 months ago

25 jail officers in Baltimore charged with using excessive force

"And police say twenty five correctional officers have been indicted on charges of the used excessive force on prisoners at state operated jails in Baltimore Baltimore city state's attorney Marilyn Mosby says Tuesday the diameter cues as the officers assaulting and threatening detainees at for correctional facilities tampering with evidence and falsifying documents the indictment officers face a combination of two hundred thirty six counts including charges of assault and participating in a

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Ex-Baltimore mayor pleads guilty to fraud and tax evasion

Mark Levin

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Ex-Baltimore mayor pleads guilty to fraud and tax evasion

"Years former Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh pleads guilty today to wire fraud and other charges related to her children's books scandal you pleaded guilty in federal court in Baltimore this afternoon to four of the eleven criminal charges against her including conspiracy and tax evasion the charges are related to the sale of her healthy Holly children's book series to non profits and businesses that did business with the state and city U. S. attorney for the district of Maryland Robert Hurst says Baltimore city faces many challenges and we need

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President Trump Continues Twitter Attacks On Baltimore Democrats

KYW 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 1 year ago

President Trump Continues Twitter Attacks On Baltimore Democrats

"And after yesterday's tweets toward Baltimore as well as Maryland Rep Elijah Cummings president trump's lease we price not only targets him but another Baltimore native house speaker Nancy Pelosi is in the cross hairs of a new trump Twitter attack the president says her twelfth California congressional district is not even recognizable lately follows his criticism of Maryland's seventh district congressman evoking reaction from university of Baltimore professor do you want them she's just a racist doing more races do CBS assemblage singer president trump is denouncing Elijah Cummings the democratic chairman of the house oversight committee is a brutal Bali and saying his Baltimore area district is a disgusting rat and rodent infested mass Baltimore city council member Mary Pat Clark whatever trump says usually doesn't matter but what is sad about Baltimore always matters and we will always be here to defend a wonderful city that we would not leave on a bet this is the president's latest assault on a prominent lawmaker the people he represents two weeks after he sparked nationwide controversy with racist tweets very non CBS

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Maryland, National Weather Service And Baltimore discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Maryland, National Weather Service And Baltimore discussed on Rush Limbaugh

"Another day of intense heat and central Maryland the National Weather Service issued a heat advisory is heat index values forecasted to be around one hundred five to one hundred ten due to mid to upper nineties temperatures Baltimore city under a code red extreme heat warning through the Sunday residents who need information about the heat warning or cooling centers can call three one

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Ransomware tool causing chaos in Baltimore was developed by the NSA

Real Estate Today

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Ransomware tool causing chaos in Baltimore was developed by the NSA

"Maryland. Lawmakers want some answers from the national security agency on Baltimore's ransomware hack. The inquiry comes after New York Times report yesterday, suggested a tool developed by the NSA has been used by the ransomware hackers gained access to the Baltimore City administrative sites in early may the time story cites unnamed cybersecurity sources who claim the hackers used an NSA tool called eternal blue that was leaked online. The city's computer network is being revamped and employees are using work arounds to do business.

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Baltimore mayor submits resignation amid investigations

All Things Considered

03:54 min | 1 year ago

Baltimore mayor submits resignation amid investigations

"The city of Baltimore is without a permanent mayor this evening after weeks of growing, please for mayor Catherine Pugh to step down. She finally resigned today in a letter read by her lawyer Steve Silberman today, I am submitting my ridden resignation to the Baltimore City council. I am sorry for the harm that I have caused to the image of the city of Baltimore and the credibility of the office of the mayor peers resignation comes during. Multiple investigations into sales of her children's books to explain more. We're joined now by Luke broad water of the Baltimore Sun. Welcome good afternoon. Sue, can you just give us some more details about what led to resignation today? Yes. Well for about a month and a half she has been under tremendous political pressure. It started with the story that we broke in the Baltimore Sun involving her business dealings as a member of the university of Maryland, Maryland, medical system board of directors. She had been selling five hundred thousand dollars worth of herself published children's books to the hospital network at a time when she was supposed to be overseeing their activities this spiraled into more investigative reporting from the sun that uncovered more similar deals with other business entities that do business with the city of Baltimore it prompted. Multiple investigations state local and finally a federal investigation. I think there's something like seven investigations and multiple calls for the mayor's resignation from the governor on down to every member of the city council. She hasn't been charged with a crime yet. But, but how likely is it that she is going to be facing charges? Why can't speculate about the likelihood of charges, but there are of luminous investigations going on numerous investigations. I mean, the FBI the IRS the state prosecutor the city ethics board the inspector general of the Maryland insurance administration. There are multiple investigations. And we do know that there are quite likely looking at her taxes and also her ethics forms in addition to any larger alleged corruption schemes now Pugh is the second Baltimore mayor in a decade to quit because of ties to criminal investigation. Right. So what would you? You say these resignations reflect about Baltimore City politics there. Why would hope folks nationally wouldn't get the wrong idea about Baltimore? Because I'm in Baltimore's my favorite city in the country. But the, but we have had a very serious problems here with leadership and governess governance being done in an ethical way. And you're right tumors ago. Mayor Sheila Dixon had to resign after pleading to perjury charges into the theft of gift cards meant for children. So this is two out of the last three mayors have resigned amid scandal. Of course, mayor Pugh is only under investigation. She is not charged with any crime. But the political pressure on her I think made it untenable for her to govern with the governor the state com roller the city delegation. The city council the business community everyone. Call on her to resign. Now just really quickly Pugh has been on leave since early last month because of medical issues and the current acting mayor does not want the job. So who's expected to take place while there will be a robust fuel of field of candidates now, including likely the past mayor, you reference mayor dick. In likely, we'll get back into the mix. There are some other top candidates from the city council from people who run for governor before I don't want to announce their campaigns for them, but it will be it'll be highly

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FBI, IRS search Baltimore Mayor Pugh's home, City Hall, more

Frank Beckmann

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

FBI, IRS search Baltimore Mayor Pugh's home, City Hall, more

"A scandal escalates in Baltimore, the FBI and criminal investigators from the IRS executed search warrants at the home of the Baltimore mayor, Catherine Pugh and Baltimore City hall. Investigators also searched a second home belonging to the democratic mayor who's taken a leave of absence amid the scandal over the sale of children's book that she wrote as well as the Maryland center for adult training, a nonprofit that the mayor worked with the FBI says they have made. No arrests

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Baltimore city council urges mayor to resign amid probe into $500,000 book payment

Pat Farnack

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Baltimore city council urges mayor to resign amid probe into $500,000 book payment

"Baltimore's mayor is on an indefinite leave of absence due to health reasons in the city council doesn't want her to come back. I'll fourteen members of the city council are urging mayor Catherine Pugh to step down. She is being investigated for. Lucrative deals that she negotiated to sell her children's book series. The acting mayor is city council. President Bernard young who did not sign. The letter. Few spokesman says the mayor plans on returning to city hall when she gets healthy.

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Card scandal for children. And then before that I mean, actually before Kevin view, Stephanie Rawlings Blake who remember the, Freddie gray riots in the space to destroy and and then Sheila Dixon, Stephanie Rawlings Blake and Catherine Pugh. The last three years have all had either embarrassing scandals or incompetent inept performances while in office. Well, and there have been others to go way back way better. I'm just saying the last three had sun problem. Right. One way or another by the way, I wanna give a shout out today. We lost a dear friend for my estimation. That I was talking to our. Morning show. Intern. The chief Mike Kaplan who served in Baltimore city's fire department. We'll lost what we consider. The be the best fire chief Baltimore City has had in recent memory. And that was Pete O'Connor. Peter j O'Connor who died March the twenty eighth at a nursing home and crowns Ville the clot locations from. Surgery. A good, man. And the fire department was at its best when he was in command. He became the the union chief, I think for the fire officers union and between him and Charney Harris who was the union boss of the rank and file firefighters the they had Baltimore city's fire department at its peak. That's very sad to lose one of Baltimore's best. But you're right about that. And archaeologists sympathies thoughts and prayers with Pete O'Connor and his and his family. All right. It's eight sixteen traffic.

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Baltimore City recorded thirteen shootings, leaving three dead and eleven wounded and then early this morning, another fatal shooting a forty one year old man shot to death in the sixteen hundred block of stone wood road near the Morgan state, university campus state police have identified the victims in Sunday's three-vehicle crash that killed one and injured six others and seasonal county. The victims were all from out of state and included a fifteen year old Virginia girl who was injected from one of the vehicles and died police in Baltimore arrest four teenagers for a string of robberies that occurred within a few hours, Monday morning police are looking into whether the suspects were responsible for any other recent crimes in the city. The man nominated to be Baltimore's next. Police Commissioner is in Baltimore this week as he prepares to move from New Orleans narrower, Catherine Pugh says Michael Harrison who've retired Friday from the New Orleans police department. We'll start February eleventh as Baltimore's new acting Commissioner look at sports and your Weather Channel forecast in a moment. Hi, I'm Brian Scudamore from one eight hundred God junk, I'm sorry. I've changed my mind. This junk is too weird to let anyone see. We love weird junk. I think you might be underestimating how weird this is. Is it weirder than four hundred wedding dresses weirder than twenty-five thousand 'electronic cigarettes? My junk is definitely weirder than that. Respectfully, ma'am, everyone thinks that their junk is weird. Well, my junk is weird for real. I want picked up several thousand cans of tuna. Are you making that up a promise, I'm not, ma'am? And I want picked up a thousand collectible dolls that is pretty weird a couch full of bees a loaded handgun half a boat animatronic monkey concrete coffin correspondence from the CIA life-sized cartoon character, ma'am, if you'd like us to make your junk disappear all you have to do..

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"According to her publicist at seven twenty two in for the laws. Mike Lee Friedman is Stephen Friedman. Good morning, Steve happy new year. Hey, Sean, happy new year to you. I hope Frank feels better quickly gets back. Yeah. He's recovering slowly. But surely, okay, good. So over the weekend, I came across a premises liability case that was recently heard in the court of special appeals here in Maryland. This was a case was appealed by the plaintiff from the Baltimore City circuit court as we've discussed several times on the program. Premises liability cases are difficult to prove because the plaintiff must not only prove negligence. But they also have to prove notice that the owner of the property knew or should have known that there was a defect or dangerous condition. Now, this most recent case that was filed in the quarter special deals illustrates how difficult these cases are for the plaintiffs even when you think is a plane if you can show notice so here, the abbreviated facts of the case a female was walking on north avenue in Baltimore City when she stepped on a water meter cover. We've all seen those or maybe even walked over them before. Well, this water meter cover flipped up and her left lake sell into the whole resulting in pretty serious injuries to her leg and her entire body. She ultimately sued the city of Baltimore, and the construction company that had been working actually on that street doing some excavating work both defendants though argue that they didn't have notice of the defect about the water meter cover that it was a loose. The plaintiff though was able to show that the construction company was working on that street and also obtained a letter from the city to the construction company which in parts. Stated that quote, the job was done and the lid is broken from this documentation, the plaintiff contends that the construction company had noticed that they knew that. There was a problem with this late and failed to rectify the situation. Both defendants filed what's called a motion for summary. Judgment, basically saying that there was no notice. There was no issue of. There was no genuine issue of material fact here and the court actually dismissed the case. So the plaintiff appealed the case the court of special appeals, and they actually affirmed the ruling, unfortunately, stating that the letter from the city was not signed. And there was more evidence necessary to authenticate it. So even here when you think is a plane if you have noticed you don't so this is a pretty tough decision for the plaintiff's case, we'll see if they appealed to the court of appeals our highest court. So that's it for today. I hope everybody has a great week Frank feel better. And we'll.

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Congress, President Trump And Ann Cates discussed on Power Trading Radio

Power Trading Radio

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Congress, President Trump And Ann Cates discussed on Power Trading Radio

"Country. Nine of the fifteen cabinet level departments have not been funded because of the dispute between President Trump and congress over five point seven billion dollars in funding for a border wall. The defense department and the department of veterans affairs are open, however it because congress approved their funding through September thirtieth. They are the two largest federal agencies. The shutdown is furloughed three. Eight hundred thousand federal workers and has forced four hundred twenty thousand others to work without pay. They missed their first paycheck on Friday the same day. Congress left town, Christopher crews, Washington. A major winter storm that dumped up to a foot and a half of snow on the midwest is now bearing down on the mid Atlantic. Meteorologist Steve Kubrick says it's packing a wallop long. The Mason Dixon, line the amounts. Probably you're going to be a little bit lighter. As storm system is moving kind of south of the DC area. So up in those areas from say Hagerstown over to Baltimore City looking at four to six inches. And then as you move southward totals increase six to eight just north of the district of Columbia. I'm Ann Cates. Leftovers. Maybe

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The security WBZ news time three minutes past eight o'clock, Baltimore's mayor says she won't be rushed into naming a new police Commissioner October's, and she previously said a new police leader would be named this month. A Baltimore City. Audit reveals the city's police department does not effectively track office officers work hours or prevent overtime fraud and overspending because of reliance on antiquated systems. Police say overtime is mainly caused by a shortage of officers early. Voting begins today in Maryland runs through November first any eligible voter who was not yet registered may sign up at early voting sites in cast a ballot the same day. A public defender representing the man accused of killing five employees at the capital gazette newspaper in Annapolis may step aside due to health concerns. The director of victim services for the locality state's attorney's office told relatives of the five victims that recent delays in the case were due to health issues affecting the attorney Bill Davis who is representing Jared ramo ramo who's who's been charged with murder. Look at sports in a moment. Hi, Greg Kelly was strategic tax resolution. I'm here with one of my clients Wallace medical issues, and I feel behind him my taxes. I had bad experiences with other companies. So I continued to put off the issue with our us, and I heard about Greg. And then I decided to give him a call because he was local I wanted to be able to sit down and talk to someone in person rather than someone on the phone across the country. So Alice, how do we help you out? When you first told me, you could get my hundred thirty six thousand dollars tax debt solved for ten dollars. I didn't believe it. I laughed but in the end, you absolutely did. And I would recommend that anyone with any sort of tax problem contact strategic tax resolution. Don't wait don't put it off any longer. Get your life back. Thanks wallace..

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Baltimore City has new police Commissioner or does it Fort Worth Texas. Mayor Betsy price says her cities police chief, Joel FitzGerald has been selected ahead of Baltimore's beleaguered police department spokesman for Baltimore America. Through says the process is still ongoing and no decision has been made and top. Baltimore city. Council. Officials say they remain in the dark on pews selection process. Joel FitzGerald, formerly served in Philadelphia's police department and later served as chief of police in Missouri city, Texas and Pennsylvania in a survey of Fort Worth police officers last year, eighty four percent of respondents indicated morale in their department declined under Fitzgerald's leadership at three more apparent homicides in Baltimore as the total for the year now approaches two hundred and fifty. Three men and women that is joined a lawsuit alleging a systemic indifference to sexual abuse and bias against women at UNBC, a seven-year-old girl is struck and killed by Avandia her school and Essex the dictum. A second grader at sandalwood elementary school. The Harford Bank branch on main street and delay robbed. Again, the second time in the past six weeks. I'll look at sports coming up in a moment. The last thing you want to think about right now is winter. But it's time to get your home ready. I'm here with Pat patrol on the president of USA insulation pad. You have an early season special right now. Correct. We do what's the cold weather gets here? We typically get slammed and get booked up for weeks. So we're offering a special incentive of five hundred dollars off home insulation to anybody who gets the job done. Now. This is really about enjoying your home. Isn't it? You can't enjoy anything. When your home is cold when we put our premium foam in your walls. You no longer have to be called inside when it's cold outside. Your house can feel just like a dozen. On a beautiful day. And that saves a lot of money. It does if you have an older home..

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FBI ranks biggest cities by 2017 homicide rate – but one smaller city tops them all

Rush Limbaugh

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

FBI ranks biggest cities by 2017 homicide rate – but one smaller city tops them all

"Time one oh three. I'm Michael Philip Kelly in the six eighty WCBS Maryland newscenter. Baltimore City police identifying a man killed in a shootout with officers in Baltimore alleyway and the officers who fired their weapons twenty nine year old Nathaniel. Sassafras was the suspect killed the officers who fired were officer Philip Lippi and officer Steven foster Lippi was shot and released from a hospital

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Michael Philip Kelly, Trump and President discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Michael Philip Kelly, Trump and President discussed on Sean Hannity

"Williams on. Talkradio six eighty. WCBS shower chances, ramping up tonight it's. Scattered thunderstorms, looks to stay, with us right on through Labor Day party cloudy a pop up shower this afternoon with a. High nineties scattered thunderstorms tonight low seventy two more. Showers and thunderstorms tomorrow tomorrow's. High year Get the Weather Channel for talk

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

09:25 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"These our new charter amendment racial. Equity fund is being proposed for Baltimore City because there, are those, who believe that city services or the best, discriminatory, and, at, worst, racist So we'll get into that. Also a top Baltimore police official failed to file. Business property taxes here we go again maybe he ought to consult Berliner white on. The defendant Maryland governor HOGAN calling out a couple of states for their debris that's been pouring into the Chesapeake Bay so we'll get into some. Of these stories here So there are those who contend that water main breaks. Get fixed quicker in white neighborhoods in Baltimore City The snow gets removed promptly in the white neighborhoods in Baltimore City. That white owned businesses get more favorable, treatment than black owned ones or Korean owned ones in Baltimore City so Baltimore City council then has well they've got to fix and. They're blaming this all on the segregation and then some of it no doubt had to do with segregation But and they're calling it structural and institutional racism so they've approved this legislation called the racial equity fund Companion legislation also approved would require city agencies to. Study whether, it or they engage in discriminatory, practices well not a mirror should not gonna sign. This thing she says there's no need for this Bill She she notes? That, she emphasizes hiring blacks and women owned firms to. Work on, municipal contracts is that not discriminatory If? You're, emphasizing hiring a minority and or minority owned firm over the best qualified is that not. A form of discrimination So got the debate between Brandon Scott and Mary Pugh and they're saying that department analysis of budgeted capital projects six hundred seventy million found that predominantly white neighborhoods were slated for almost twice as much spending over the past five, years as mostly black parts of the city and against city planners are saying this has. Everything to do with Rachel segregation leaving out of this equation is the fact maybe. White neighborhoods are perceived to be safer Maybe white neighborhoods seem to have a better education system are better graduation rate maybe white neighborhoods and businesses seemed to take better care of their property and belongings these are just you know again but it's all being blamed on, previous racial segregation and what they're proposing here is a fifteen million dollar racial equity fund And there pattering this after Seattle but Seattle was only seventy five thousand dollars Minneapolis is doing this Austin Texas and most of your, progressive cities again run by progressive liberals and this is all part of the. Again I think it's a back door kind of reparations kind. Of Bill in this particular case but so the the the the point here Frank. Is that they are saying that blacks in Baltimore City and black neighborhoods are. Getting short shrift did they're being discriminated against my previous racial policies and by current. Institutional racism that's, why they, have, to have this pot of money now so they. Can dole out as they seem fit to these oppressed in impoverished neighborhoods Well why is it the not the majority of your black neighborhoods in Baltimore City Deteriorate to begin with Anybody going into that now not important according to the, article in the Baltimore democrat party newsletter nor have You know I it almost. Sounds like you're getting involved in a racial dispute here but the facts are the facts I have seen I. Don't know, countless so-called white. Neighborhoods of the past deteriorate. As as the neighborhood's changed as they call it you know the neighborhoods. Change we know what they mean we mean that black on the whites moved out and blacks moved, in so why is that I, don't know if there's a. Definitive answer that may be you look at it some of it. May have, to do with the racial segregation of years past some of them may, have to do with the fact that you don't. Have as many property owners that you have more renters people have a tendency to take better care of their. Property black, and white if. They actually own the property. But then there's the rampant the education system has has failed in many. Of these major hoods That now of course we've seen it we've talked about it here there's rampant crime there overrun. By drugs and gangs and cartels and then you have a lot of people that are fleeing the city coming into the Baltimore County. And elsewhere so you got a lot of vacant homes and property so. There isn't going to be as much of a priority on services in those neighborhoods. As there are others the other thing is too is that Baltimore has the. The most number of so-called poor people or even people on welfare than just about any other jurisdiction or subdivision in the. State so that may have something to do with the too because, they don't have the wherewithal or the money to, keep up their properties I'll. Tell you what they did with some of this money in Seattle The the poor the housing arguments also are helping illegal. Aliens the transition in these sanctuary cities with these kinds of racial equity funds that is also what it's being used for so it's. Just amazing take a phone call here Bruce you're Amish on Franken morning And south Baltimore St And I'm gonna, say This is a bunch of crap all initiative. By a racist rhetoric let's. Call what it is the number of times. I've called city services everything from a legal truck traffic were dumping, ride and only number General pham My name is, mixed black white A lot more Spanish and I know the number on. My in my on my block Or drop houses fairly will It's always both thing Cracks in. The sidewalk and problems and I watch contractors as the road will problems on. The on the clock You gotta find out why Called superintendents calls councilman So you're saying that that doesn't really matter what the race racial component of the neighborhood is that city services is just bad news to begin with oxygen Absolutely People that are contractors and. Personnel I know Survivor does. Survey says To host Because all the red tape and whatever Certain reports record low follow up I, could go on and on and on and I even worked for the public works In watering wastewater division at a wastewater between You would not believe how terribly. It's, gone from the employee should be. Fired Bruce you've made a very good point thanks so much for calling in and we'll see. If, others feel the same as you, do, again the question is. Our city services discriminatory or perhaps even racist that's the contention of, this, new racial equity fund. In Baltimore City seven fifteen traffic and weather first with the. Update here. Is the king of all traffic Chuck, Whitaker Sean Brody. Was. A service of Tripoli heating and air ninety five is slowing in the construction area and it stays slow through the. Toll plaza going into the fort McHenry tunnel so definitely watch. Out. For that eight ninety five still running okay after eastern. Avenue and Donald streaky bridge traffic is clear then of. Course you have, the construction and Corentin road in the meantime Baltimore County still has the crews working on the wires down green spring avenue, at reach road the accident park heights avenue hooks lane just. North of the beltway earlier in Howard county the accident on the ramp from northbound ninety five onto Route to sixteen beltway traffic and. Almost slowdowns now beginning at Harford road the inner loop around green spring not. Too, bad towards a j. affects and. The west side we've had delays as you're moving south from liberty road towards I seventy and. Eventually, down to Frederick road but at, least right now the lanes. Are clear don't see anything early on the j. affects should be, okay, between northern Parkway and..

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Maryland ranks eighth, so if Baltimore City is part of that if we rank eighth in the nation is that. Does, that the So is. That includes Baltimore City which is you know drags down our rating San Mateo if your number one that's what the. Listeners saying took some look if you took a, couple of these jurisdictions out of? The, equation that. Might. Be, a higher rating. For that matter I'm wondering if you just, take a Baltimore City how high we would be ranked well it Do. You have to if you're doing state there include all right absolutely I can't take this. Based, on a number of things. The AP exams scores test scores and the percentage of high school graduates who, completed the ACT and. SAT lot of a lot of, factors all, right coming, up on eight twenty seven coming. Up after the news, at the bottom of the hour we've got. Some incredible examples of democrat a socialist hypocrisy to share with you here today also there is problems with CBS less. Moon valley is the CEO has now been accused, of inappropriate sexual behavior sexual conduct? Sexual, harassment And the. Likes we'll update you on that, on the people making news this morning Jamie diamond creating the President Trump for the economy but there's an. Asterisk there. Al Franken might be, running again and rand Paul has signed off on judge Brad Kavanagh and. Of course it looks like Joe Manchin is going to vote for him as well so. We've, got a lot of a. Lot of ground to call the two ladies Heidi Heitkamp wouldn't on talking about, is completely, dismissed that No but they can Heidi Heitkamp and Joe Donlan and maybe, one other democrat join take twenty eight..

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The baltimore city police department and perhaps other departments around the country they just can't win no matter what they do we had zero tolerance at one time they were heavily criticized then we we talked about getting more aggressive as far as reading the city of crime and they're criticized for that we saw what happened in the riots after the freddie gray death and the police were blamed on that six of them are charged and had to go through months and months of trials and tribulations and then the police begin to back off and they get criticized for that so it really doesn't matter what tax attack they take they're going to be criticized and i'm talking about even not just from people on the street residents of the city but i'm talking about even from the leadership in baltimore itself i had a conversation in the last week with a former high ranking law enforcement officer in the state that's all i can say i can't say what agency or who it is and that person told me that as long as the baltimore police commissioner answers to the mayor and the city council things will not change in baltimore city ever and that person told me that it should be the governor member like it was years ago that the baltimore police commissioner answer to the governor answer to the state instead of the local because the problem is it's it's a self fulfilling prophecy you have these these voters these these these constituencies progressives and so on and so forth they want community policing they don't want cops harassing them they don't want this they don't want that and this is created an environment an atmosphere that is conducive to more crime and it's not gonna change because every politician feels the same heat from the community got the cops off our back and then in order for them to get elected that's what they do crime rate goes up robberies go up so the only real solution is to remove the baltimore city police commissioner from out to get him get him or her from underneath the puppet strings of the mayor well as you said before there were there were times when the governor actually appointed the police commissioner in baltimore city and that goes way back as far as the history of it is concerned and then eventually it was turned over to baltimore city and the mayor of baltimore city i remember when it was under the the auspices of the governor to appoint the police commissioner and it just seemed to me that things worked a whole lot better because basically if baltimore city needed something police department needed something they could go directly to the legislature because let's face it it was the governor who appointed the commodities commissioner and tell them exactly what they're facing at in many times get the support of not just someone in the baltimore city delegation but delegates from senators from all over the state there's also a lot of funny business going on with the baltimore city police department budget this high ranking official told me they've been underfunding and underestimating the overtime fund for years then they use that money to again they don't want to hire more officers and by the way the equipment is behind a lot of other police departments in the in the.

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"In the baltimore sun i certainly time to digest this really look at this particularly considering where we are in baltimore city and so many directions we are seeing as we approached the middle of march going towards the end a reduction in crime in so many different areas but one of the things that we are not seeing any any resolution to one of the most i would say one of them was covered tragedies and baltimore city had the longtime the death of a baltimore city police detective sean suitor that occurred november fifteenth he was actually shot he died the next day november fifteenth of last year so we sit four months later here in march with absolutely no new information any more than we knew almost member the sixteen so it's baltimore sun story hits but hollander is on board with us right now he's sitting in for one until three today i want you come in here the joy meets talk a little bit about this because you a city i'm city we both felt the pain of the loss of this please check to be carried the services right here lavender wbz newsradio ten ninety but one of the things have been troubling has been the lack of information about the death of this police officer brent it really has been it's amazing if you're telling me that day i mean in my mind it was going to be solved within forty eight hours that's the way it felt in the aftermath is four thirty pm he was shot and killed you have two hundred fifteen thousand dollar reward which the lottery ticket if you know this area of town i mess a lottery ticket for anybody to have any information was the reward it was the fact you it felt that the entire universe was looking for the area down i remember exactly the day the.

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The line all the time coz if they do their jobs somebody's going to complain and fall something against them and they're gonna lose their careers they can feed their families the last job you want as being a cop in baltimore city all right thanks very much free shakeup today one more thing yeah short go ahead i i remember kutaragi e p four put like like like getting for half of came quite volvo something like this a gunfree house right she thomas down theorists i don't know if it's true or not allowed to leave in baltimore city anything is that's the greatest gun by backed city in america oh yeah i mean you know when you put that light fall saying we don't have they're gonna they're fast you had to robbers go to bypass although the adults this stand in line the via line must be line around the block don't shoot one another to get a car all right thanks porch crazy insanity are here peres james in pasadena james good evening well james's departed bugai jumped two dale who was in dundalk they'll good evening i'd on uh pat doing good thank you all right i got a question for here uh first of all why our what i first came of age to vote with my father was a democrat okay so i became a republic in just uh just to irritate in the united states you but both of us more conservative short i so so viewpoints crews or you know were can agree and i have swerved orders in each one of them wearing though ones that end the pond and you know a couple of weapons of denver i want the republicans couldn't they have some diversity there they're all conservative everyone level yes so so what happened to the 'cause it's tit for the conservatives well that's a wonderful question we could write a book about it right uh i can tell you i was the democrat at the age of twenty nine or so i was elected to the house of delegates from baltimore city in at that time in the maryland general assembly in the house of delegates there were only fourteen republicans there are now fifty there were fourteen republicans at that time but almost all of the democrats were moderate to conservative there were very few liberals and most of.

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"All the rest of these thugs in baltimore city that are out no salty drugs what do you do for me i i know i am a jail while he could have been jailed on point they come out there their works well so somebody has got to get so we want to go though i note once they do their time and what have you know you've don't don't tina other than that at all during under house arrest or not i thought well whatever the whatever the punishment is you know it in this particular case it's house arrest right and once that is completed you know then we'll see what with their actions are going to be but it at some point you just no you know do the punishment and then say well you know we can expect them to go a lead of continued life of crime they fifteen traffic weather first truck you're standing by with all the latest chocolate thrown on thanks sean as a medical they're looking for person in a vehicle on eighty three between schwan road in belfast wrote that we've had conflicting reports either north or south bound to just waiting now for the fire department but in the meantime heads up for that traffic still light though each way the roadway conditions on eighty three or okay that interloop slowing is still there to speed reduction as you're coming down the hill from green spring avenue on the beltway towards the interloop ramp at the jfx and then over towards 83 a looks better so they're just kind of responding to the heavy traffic light through there the roadway conditions on the interstates locally or good down through annapolis still approach the tough ride right through their all the way from the baybridge over towards i ninety seven southern maryland having problems queen ann's county around kent narrows over around fifty of 300 one and all the way down through the eastern shores snow cover and very heavy snow is still falling in that area but locally were fine but the roadway conditions are wet so continue to watch your speed i'm sure quicker what traffic and weather first i'll talk radio six eighty.

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Eight hundred nine through to sixty six eighty also will open it up a little bit we'll talk about some other stuff but it's not just the mayor it's not just the attorney general and it's not just the judges take a look at baltimore city state's attorney our good friend maryland moesby she wants to prosecute cops all found innocent all found innocent this is freddie gray justice and baltimore city she wants to make a political statement now some people are saying whilst you'll never get reelected let me tell you something chiu get reelect tuna take a lot the beat her uh because the black female vote in baltimore city is huge my friends huge and a why do you think we have a black mayor who's a woman and a black state's attorney's citywide and the and the uh that you have those kinds of elections so but you know i don't know to me i guess the people of bomber city not everybody in baltimore city who happens to be a minority is a criminal uh we have a lot of young people in a lot of children in that city who were victims uh alike mckenzie elliot i think that what's her name i hope i didn't miss pronounce it that poured beautiful child that was shot down on the sidewalk and then we have so many young people that say no to drugs and yes the education and these are the victims these are the lost souls in a city infested by drug dealers drugrunners criminals violent criminals uh people getting shot down on the street the guns are the answer in the judges think fjaestad answers okay with us this is insanity uh i will never be the mayor baltimore city i could be the executive a baltimore county and i can tell you if that happens if that is in the fake to happen you will see something different you'll see something you've never seen before in this state uh in terms of law enforcement in public safety and like lori called about our that lady judge mocking her and her property being threatened and destroy that happens on.

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"baltimore city" Discussed on USA Today

USA Today

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on USA Today

"While we have a lotta issue that we advocaat they she today there is no real committee police policing it's almost a loss when we talk about community policing is community policing is not being in the community but community policing is kind of being transparent and reflective of the community in which you are policing maktoum moves into the to flow mankin promptness baltimore city police seventy nine percent of the officers they do not live in baltimore city and only eleven percent of the officers are black than from baltimore all not thaw in assistance pastime rose through the ranks to hand eastern districts what's known as the west district in baltimore it was thin that he instituted when he caused radical police thanked we chief discussed during a ted tough last fall law enforcement is in a crisis isn't a visible crisis and it has been for many many years even though we law enforcement said you know what we can't arrest our way out of this we sailoff worse things like yes illegal two profile and you know what law enforcement we even agree that we have to adopt this thing become oriented to community policing get all the while still we could to unicef same thing the same thing that contradicts everything that we just i saw that's the reason for me several years ago because i was todd the race is the most how discrimination hours todd of the ism's into schisms i was just so tired i was tired of the.

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Of this special edition of the soon ford show crisis baltimore city violence in 2017 ninety days later this is wbal newsradio 1090 over the last three and a half hours we have spoken with baltimore city police commissioner kevin davis manila's day so the body's erkin whose committee oversees all the criminal justice activities in the state of israel in an lives former major neil frankly head of the training of the baltimore city police department now he works with a national look on force the organisation of prosecutors police officers judges who are looking at the issue of how we deal with crime that's the bottom of city but around the country was will the bottom we'll see kilts lindsay coexistence so the criminal justice committee in the public safety of the baltimore city council they have a plan they've put out called the be bore plan looking at how we deal with crutches but luckily people up but by tried to be on the front end of that steve m schilling has joined us the acting united states attorney of maryland talk about the partnership that he enjoys with the bottom asleep pleased mr kevin davis ed bought a host city sunni merrill alozie who also just joined us on the show talking about her offices work in this joining us the studio because we talk with him days ago as well is baltimore city police sergeant lewis ops in almost forty years now and the bottom city police department somebody who's with officer of the year twice somebody who i have leaned on for the past at least almost thirty years there when it comes to looking at how we fight crime in the city of baltimore as large as we are dealing with showed them daily to crisis baltimore city pilots with had 93 homicides less 90 days no fatal shootings have not decrease slow we've still seen juvenile crime sergeant could increase and this is after what about a police department plan a bear plan big city council plan without making progress sergeant without making progress c for first of.

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The longdistance tollfree numbers one eight hundred nine two to sixty six said he also will open it up a little bit we'll talk about some other stuff but it's not just the mayor it's not just the attorney general and it's not just the judges take a look at baltimore city states attorney our good friend maryland moesby she wants to prosecute cops all found innocent all found innocent this is freddie gray justice and baltimore city she wants to make a political statement now some people are saying whilst you'll never get reelected let me tell you something chiu get reelected to take a the beat her because the black female vote in baltimore city is huge my friends huge and a why do you think we have a black mayor who is a woman and a black state's attorney's citywide and the end of that you have those kinds of elections so but you know i don't know to me i guess the people of baltimore city not everybody in baltimore city who happens to be a minority is a criminal uh we have a lot of young people in a lot of children in that city who were victims like mckenzie elliot i think that was her name i hope i didn't miss pronounce it that poured beautiful child that was shut down on the sidewalk and then we have so many young people that say no to to drugs and yes the education and these are the victims these are the law souls in a city infested by drug dealers drugrunners criminals violent criminals people getting shut down on the street the guns are the answer in the judges think just study answers okay with us this is insanity i will never be the mayor baltimore city i could be the executive a baltimore county and i can tell you if that happens if that is in the fake to happen you will see something different you'll see something you've never seen before in this state in terms of law enforcement and public safety and like lori called about that lady in georgia mocking her and her property being threatened and destroy that happens on.

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"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"baltimore city" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Numbers one eight hundred nine to two sixty six eighty also will open it up little bit we'll talk about some other stuff but it's not just the mayor it's not just the attorney general and it's not just the judges take a look at baltimore city states attorney our good friend maryland most she wants to prosecute cops all found innocent all found innocent this is freddie gray justice and baltimore city she wants to make a political statement now some people are saying well she'll never get reelected let me tell you something chiu get reelected to take a the beat her uh because the black female vote in baltimore city is huge my friends huge and a why do you think we have a black mayor who's a woman and a black state's attorney's citywide and the and the uh that you have those kinds of elections so but you know i don't know to me i guess the people of baltimore city not everybody in baltimore city who happens to be a minority is a criminal we have a lot of young people in a lot of children in that city who were victims like mckenzie elliot i think that was her name i hope i didn't miss pronounce that that poured beautiful child that was shut down on the sidewalk and then we have so many young people that say no to drugs and yes the education and these are the victims these are the law souls in a city infested by drug dealers drugrunners criminals violent criminals people getting shot down on the street the guns are the answer and the judges think fjaestad answers okay with us this is insanity i will never be the mayor baltimore city i could be the executive a baltimore county and i can tell you if that happens if that is in the fake to happen you will see something different you'll see something you've never seen before in this state in terms of law enforcement pen public safety and like lori recalled about that lady and in a judge mocking her and her property being threatened and destroy that happens on my watch believe me i will publicly admonished a judge has county executive and any judge that does that too a.

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