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"bensalem township" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

06:00 min | Last month

"bensalem township" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"We're going into another academic year that will be impacted by the pandemic. What we know now about how it's affected. Student progress today on the Texas Standard Texas Standard is a production of K U T. Austin K E. R a North Texas. And Texas public radio in San Antonio. I'm Laura Rice in for David Brown. The DACA program can no longer accept new applicants based on a Texas judge's ruling. So what's that mean going forward? The pandemics impact on employment has made some gains for Americans with disabilities. What employers can learn, and the pandemics partly responsible for Texas is frenzied housing market. Will the bubble burst? Will ask. An expert will also remember a dark day in Texas history 55 years ago and will wrap up on Friday with the top news from this week in Texas politics, The Texas Standard is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston, the U. S women's national soccer team has advanced to the semifinals of the Olympic tournament. The Americans won a tight contest against the Netherlands on penalty kicks. NPR's Tom Goldman reports from Tokyo in a Yokohama stadium silent and empty due to the pandemic. The U. S and Netherlands played the kind of tough grinding match that would have had fans cheering throughout the world. Number one ranked Americans lead at halftime to one Fourth ranked Netherlands scored early in the second half and the score stayed tied through 30 minutes of extra time, forcing penalty kicks. US goalkeeper Alisyn air was brilliant, blocking two kicks by the Dutch. While the Americans converted their first four attempts. Star Megan Rapinoe kicked the clincher and turned to face her teammates, smiling with arms crossed. The U. S now moves on to the semifinals against Canada on Monday. Tom Goldman. NPR NEWS Tokyo Broadway, audiences will have to show proof of vaccination and be required to wear facial coverings when shows begin to reopen next month. The Metropolitan Opera and Carnegie Hall are taking protocols a step further. The two venues will also require proof of vaccination, but will also banned Children under the age of 12, who are not yet eligible to be vaccinated. Broadway has been shuttered. Since the outset of the pandemic. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has issued new emergency orders reinforcing a ban on mask mandates issued by cities and school districts. Texas Public Radio's Joey Palacios reports. The order comes as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations skyrocket in Texas amid the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant. In a statement, Governor Greg Abbott claimed Texans have mastered Covid 19 safety practices and said they have the right to make decisions for themselves on masks and vaccination without government mandates. San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and county leaders had appealed to Abbott earlier this week asking for more authority on masks, especially in schools. Nirenberg says Abbott has taken away the tools to mitigate the emergency. The governor's shown up callous disregard for life and safety and defiance of clear medical guidance. He's risking the safety of our Children and the recovery of our economy. Approximately 43% of all Texas residents are fully vaccinated. Enjoy Palacios in San Antonio. The United Nations says its main compound in western Afghanistan has been attacked by anti government elements. At least one Afghan police guard was killed and several other officers were injured. The U. N says fighting broke out today between the Taliban and government forces in an area near the facility. This is NPR. Israelis by wear company and as so group says it's temporarily blocked several government agencies from using its technology. A company employee tells NPR that it's investigating possible misuse of the technology. Following reports of surveillance targeting journalists and human rights activists. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem, a consortium of media outlets reported this month. NSO spyware was linked to phone hacking and potential surveillance. Targeting journalists, human rights activists and heads of state. Now the spyware company is acknowledging it suspended some clients access to its technology in the wake of those media reports. NSO has been under global scrutiny due to the reports. The Israeli government also faces pressure since it regulates the sale of spy aware to other countries and NSO employees spoke to NPR on condition of anonymity because company policy states that quote will no longer be responding to media inquiries on this matter. It calls the reports a vicious and slanderous campaign. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem A series of large tornadoes touched down last night in parts of suburban Philadelphia. Officials in Bensalem Township say the twisters ripped through a car dealership and several neighborhoods. Public safety director Fred Haran. We are working with the Red Cross were using the shopping malls and evacuation center for people to come to get them housing temporarily until we can get them back into their homes. At least five people suffered injuries. I'm Windsor Johnston, an PR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include I Drive with remote PC, providing remote access to PCs, Macs and servers from anywhere, assisting those working from home and also enabling remote assistance for customers at remote PC dot com, Um, lease issue made general manager on.

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"bensalem township" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:52 min | Last month

"bensalem township" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"A new documentary about comedian Julia Scotty. Her return to the stage was part of an extraordinary journey, discovering herself as a trans woman. First, the new Mm. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston, the U. S women's national soccer team has advanced to the semifinals of the Olympic tournament. The Americans won a tight contest against the Netherlands on penalty kicks. NPR's Tom Goldman reports from Tokyo in a Yokohama stadium silent and empty due to the pandemic. The U. S and Netherlands played the kind of tough grinding match that would have had fans cheering throughout the world number one ranked Americans lead at halftime to 1/4, ranked Netherlands scored early in the second half of the scores stayed tied. Through 30 minutes of extra time, forcing penalty kicks US Goalkeeper A Listen air was brilliant, blocking two kicks by the Dutch. While the Americans converted their first four attempts. Star Megan Rapinoe kicked the clincher and turned to face her teammates, smiling with arms crossed. The U. S now moves on to the semifinals against Canada on Monday. Tom Goldman. NPR NEWS Tokyo Broadway audiences will have to show proof of vaccination and be required to wear facial coverings when shows begin to reopen next month. The Metropolitan Opera and Carnegie Hall are taking protocols a step further. The two venues will also require proof of vaccination, but will also banned Children under the age of 12, who are not yet eligible to be vaccinated. Broadway has been shuttered. Since the outset of the pandemic. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has issued new emergency orders reinforcing a ban on mask mandates issued by cities and school districts. Texas Public Radio's Joey Palacios reports. The order comes as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations skyrocket in Texas amid the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant in a statement, Governor Greg Abbott claimed Texans have mastered Covid 19 safety practices and said they have the right to make decisions for themselves on masks and vaccination. Without government mandates. San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and county leaders had appealed to Abbott earlier this week asking for more authority on masks, especially in schools. Nerenberg says Abbott has taken away the tools to mitigate the emergency. The governor Shona callous disregard for life and safety and defiance of clear medical guidance. And he's risking the safety of our Children and the recovery of our economy. Approximately 43% of all Texas residents are fully vaccinated. Enjoy Palacios in San Antonio. The United Nations says its main compound in western Afghanistan has been attacked by anti government elements. At least one Afghan police guard was killed and several other officers were injured. The U. N says fighting broke out today between the Taliban and government forces in an area near the facility. This is NPR. Israelis by where company and as so group says it's temporarily blocked several government agencies from using its technology. A company employee tells NPR that it's investigating possible misuse of the technology following reports of surveillance targeting journalists and human rights activists. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem. Consortium of media outlets reported this month and spyware was linked to phone hacking and potential surveillance targeting journalists, human rights activists and heads of state. Now the spyware company is acknowledging it suspended some clients access to its technology in the wake of those media reports, and so has been under global scrutiny due to the reports. The Israeli government also faces pressure since it regulates the sale of spyware to other countries. And NSF employees spoke to NPR on condition of anonymity because company policy states that quote will no longer be responding to media inquiries on this matter. It calls the reports a vicious and slanderous campaign. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem The series of large tornadoes touched down last night in parts of suburban Philadelphia. Officials in Bensalem Township say the twisters ripped through a car dealership and several neighborhoods. Public safety director Fred Haran. We are working with the Red Cross.

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"bensalem township" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | Last month

"bensalem township" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Roll up your sleeve with cases of covid 19 on the rise in many parts of the nation, President Biden announced new requirements for federal workers and contractors. It's time to impose requirements on key groups to make sure they're vaccinated. Federal workers and contractors will be required to sign forms of testing. They have been vaccinated or be subjected to new rules on mandatory masking weekly testing and other rules. Biden also directed the Defense Department to look into adding the Covid 19 shots to it. List of required vaccinations for members of the military might cross Washington. It brought down trees and power lines damaged. In this area. Bensalem Township Public Safety director on V, saying that five people suffered minor injuries. The building housing a car dealership partially collapsed. On the other side of the state across the line and winters. Ville, Ohio couple of dozen homes damaged in severe weather, but no reports of anyone injured there. More than 200 people have arrived in the United States from Afghanistan. The first evacuation flight for Afghans would worked alongside Americans as interpreters in Afghanistan. On Wall Street Right now, Stocks are lower. The Dow is down about 25 points. The NASDAQ composite index off 67, the S and P. Trading, 12 points lower. More on these stories, a town hall dot com I'm Andy. If you don't know me, it's probably because I'm not famous. But I did start a men's grooming company called Harry's. The idea for Harry's came out of a frustrating experience. I had buying razor blades. Most brands were overpriced, over designed and out of touch..

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"bensalem township" Discussed on 990 The Answer

990 The Answer

02:33 min | Last month

"bensalem township" Discussed on 990 The Answer

"I'm rich Thomason, Texas and the federal government may face off in court, the Justice Department threatening to sue the state over Governor Abbott's executive order allowing state troopers to stop and turn around vehicles carrying illegal immigrants. Letter, Attorney General Merrick Garland told Abbott his order is both dangerous and unlawful. Garland added that Texas has no authority to interfere with the federal government's broad powers of immigration. Abbott issued the directive Wednesday. The order allows the Texas Department of Public Safety to stop any vehicle upon reasonable suspicion that it is providing ground transportation to a group of migrants, responded Mike Rossiya. Abbott says Biden administration to blame for an unprecedented crisis with the flood of illegal aliens, fueling a devastating spread of Covid 19. Japan facing a record surge of infections, expanding a state of emergency to for more areas in addition to Tokyo minutes, see Yoshii these cigar, Such infections are expanding in the Tokyo and Western metropolitan areas at an enormous speed that he says we've never experienced before adding, if despite continues at the current peace with the spread of the more contagious Delta Versent Japan's medical system could collapse. That's correspondent Charles Della Decima suspected tornadoes cutting a path of destruction across several states, including Pennsylvania and Ohio. Last evening, northeast of Philadelphia. At least one twister wrecked homes and businesses, injuring five people in Bensalem Township or five individuals are not. Life threatening and not critical nature all seem to be minor and Salem's public safety director Talking with Wpd Winters, Ville, Ohio was hit property damage, but no reports of any injuries there on Wall Street This morning GAL features are down 112 points. NASDAQ futures off 164 points and the S and P futures are down. 29 More on these stories, a town hall dot com Bring it. You live here. He lives here. I love your show My view and fast Daddy in the show. It's so nice to have a local talk radio stations that takes calls. What What? What? What? This is Philadelphia's morning answer with Chris to go on Philadelphia's a young 9 90 the answer. Get configured with it. You know, I uhh get to take you with it Feel I should probably talk about something else that I haven't really addressed this week only because it was something that it's sort of, Uh, it bugged me this.

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"bensalem township" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:35 min | Last month

"bensalem township" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Wednesday. The order allows the Texas Department of Public Safety to stop any vehicle upon reasonable suspicion that it is providing ground transportation to a group of migrants. Correspondent Mike Rossi a Abbott says a Biden administration to blame for an unprecedented crisis with the flood of illegal aliens fueling In addition to Tokyo Minister Yoshii, the Cigar says infections are expanding in the Tokyo and Western metropolitan areas at an enormous speed that he says we've never experienced before adding, if despite continues at the current pace with the spread of the more contagious Delta Versent Japan's medical system could collapse. That's correspondent Charles Delon Ezra Suspected tornadoes, cutting a path of destruction across several states, including Pennsylvania and Ohio. Last evening, northeast of Philadelphia. At least one twister wrecked homes and businesses, injuring five people in Bensalem Township. All five individuals are not Life threatening and not critical nature all seem to be minor and Salem's public safety director Talking with Wpd Winters, Ville, Ohio was hit property damage, but no reports of any injuries there on Wall Street this morning. Now features are down 112 points. NASDAQ futures off 164 points and the S and P futures are down. 29 More on these stories, a town hall dot com Call him really wanted. He's a chocolate lab, His belly itched and he would actually lay in the grass.

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"bensalem township" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:16 min | Last month

"bensalem township" Discussed on KOMO

"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville number one in the Northwest KOMO News 1000 FM 97 7 the news you need now. Coming up on KOMO News. I'm Ryan Harris with why a local health officer is losing confidence as we dive into 1/5 wave of covid on the way after ABC from ABC News. I'm Daria Aldinger. President Biden wants more Americans to get the covid 19 vaccine, especially those who work for him. So why is the CDC saying vaccinated Americans should wear a mask indoors? 2 to 3%? On average. The last study done that can still get covid the president, saying they don't get very sake or go to the hospital. But still, the concern is they may be able to pass it on President Biden now asking federal workers to either prove they've received the vaccine or get regular tests and where a mass to prevent more spread. Andy FIELD, ABC NEWS Washington, Mr Biden also wants the Pentagon to look into adding Covid 19 vaccines to the list of required vaccinations for members of the military. Low vaccination rate and the spread of the delta very and has prompted Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson to once again declare a state of health emergency. You're having staffing shortages in the hospital. Whenever today we have. I believe it is for Covid patients that are waiting in ambulances to be able to find a hospital to go to that constitutes an emergency in a public health crisis. Hutchinson's asked the White House to send a surge team to determine how well Arkansas hospitals are prepared to handle the situation. The cleanup is underway in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, after strong storms, including at least one tornado caused extensive damage and injured at least five year old night. The morning hours trying to start getting people home. We are working with the Red Cross where using the shopping malls, an evacuation center for people to come to get them housing. Fred Heron, the public safety director in Bensalem Township. Former Michigan Senator Carl Levin, a powerful voice on military issues in a staunch supporter of the auto industry, has died at the age of 87 1st Lady Jill Biden's resting after undergoing a medical procedure to flush out debris from a puncture wound on her left foot..

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"bensalem township" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

Best Case Worst Case

04:57 min | 9 months ago

"bensalem township" Discussed on Best Case Worst Case

"I think that means you're stuck trying to profile the man who's breaks into people's houses and stuff things in their socks and then shrinks away again. It seems weird to me. I think santa's a burglar. France you have you gotten coal in your stocking is that what's up here. You no clear Well it makes me Go just what did santa do in between climbing down kids chimneys delivered toys. maybe he was also burglarizing. Some commercial entities in a in bensalem township without his head. That will be a whole different story. But i don't know sent You know could loss us. Ed somewhere in cheboygan or something. Any wound up roaming the the fields of penrhyn manner on the delaware river. You know now you gave me the easy one of profiling santa claus and of course as we know you don't profile someone whose name what. We do behavioral assessment of santa claus. And yes. he's a kind of a loner that he lives in the north pole to elves and mrs green. I wasn't finished yet of he but he a from his own sort of social relations. They're just kind of he's him. Mrs claus and a bunch of these indentured servants who they are these elle's i hope they get minimum wage. I hope they get health benefits. I hope that in the reindeer one poor reindeer with the red nose. I hope he's getting some kind of dermot dermatologists treatment for that. So i think a lot of questions. We have about santa claus. I would love to interview jim. I can see me on one side of On the left side of the table and the side and we're we're just throwing our fingers in his space slamming down okay clause. Here's another question for you. Where were you on the night of. Take it from there. Well december mrs claus is arguably his accomplice. Well i think she'd provide him an alibi. No fairly clearly. I mean i'm just like most. And we couldn't get her to testify in court because of course she's spousal dreams of spousal privilege whatever that is so yeah so it would be quite a challenge. I've always had questions for him over the years. He likes little kids. But i'll i'll. I'll assume that's very healthy and no issues with that. So he's just. A benevolent guy will say with altruistic tendencies but You know. I'm sure everyone has a little bit of a dark past. I wouldn't mind looking like what he was doing in college. And who young out with dan. If ever the south side of chicago with maureen. Or in the bronx legitimately suspicious if that was the or bensalem with you fits Well around parking lots with no head. That's probably close. I now have to kind of start putting spotty together. If you're trying to squish yourself down all these chimneys i mean your head could pop off and then you know what are you gonna do run around looking for people hunt people and there's these damn unsolved burglaries every christmas night to get up right now. Actually i'm going to get back to work on these things thirty five years or hanging out in some. You know i don't know billboard or something at night when these burglaries went down. That might have solved..

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"bensalem township" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"bensalem township" Discussed on Doughboys

"Code DOE boys at MANSCAPING DOT COM. That's twenty percents off with free shipping at MANSCAPING DOT COM and use code DOE boys do it for your balls do it for us and water ice to an outsider baffling term somehow both redundant and contradictory ice of course being the solid state water takes reach a temperature below zero degrees Celsius use but water ice or wooder ice is what residents of the Greater Philadelphia Metropolitan area call Italian ice ice a non dairy fruit based frozen dessert that somewhere between a sorbet and Grenada with origins tracing back to the seventeenth century when migrants from the Arab Peninsula brought snow base sweet treats to Italy the icy confection traverse the Pacific in the Early Twentieth Century the migration of Italians to the eastern shores of the US in the rest of the country country. The desert was simply called Italian ice but in Philly for unknown reasons locals preferred would erase the germs stuck like syrupy residue on a satisfied customers fingers in one thousand nine hundred four on a scorching may afternoon in the Philadelphia suburb of Bensalem Township Bob to Molo Bensalem township in one thousand nine hundred four on a scorching may afternoon the Philadelphia suburb of Ben Salem Township Hound Shift Bob to mow a former firefighter opened a window serving water ice. The fledgling business was a family affair. The recipe was scrapped with the help of Baba's mother and Elizabeth management duties were handled some brotherly love from his sibling. John and the establishment itself was named after Bob's wife just over a decade later Bob's lovely wife had her name on over one hundred locations and in two thousand five the two Mojo families sold their stake to private equity firm McKnight capital partners nurse who made the cold calculated decision to expand worldwide today the chain has over six hundred outlets across the globe and though Italian is maybe what it's official name name says to residents of the city where the fresh prince was born and raised its water is this week on Dope Boys Rita's Italian the ice welcome welcome to the gas about chain restaurants. I'm Nick Wagner. Hi.

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"bensalem township" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"bensalem township" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"He's also been ordered to stay away from school. Man. I don't get it done. I'll notice the sons better off with that won't be picking him up. No, more care and guess the race of Mr. Christopher Freeman white Caras going white. Let's check the chat room and see what you guys believe. Let me get out. Yeah. I'll tell them. Yes. Thank you. All right. Okay. We got some. We got some guesses Yala voice. Not on my watch black boldly showing up with a gun to school. Why why he had to take the brain heat? Black a Freeman that doesn't mind getting arrested black hole ass. Mega freeman. No, more black. He is alive. White John Draco with the Draco pull up niggers. I found a unique way to disappear for my son's life black. Last night Freeman with the AK forty seven black. The correct answer is all of you were very slid on this. So if you got if you said black, you got it, right? If you said why you got it wrong care, you got it wrong. Some you guys dig it, right? Neck tattoos. Are dig it away. I'm just saying the neck tattoos should let you know. What you dealing with? Okay. When no gains up in this bitch. Now, the grim question is his son gets lamb by teacher. Night. Do. That's a good question. All right. Let's go to the next one. A been falem man missed two to fatally shooting his roommate over a discarded Chick-fil-A bag. Oh shit. Now must not have happened on a Sunday eat motif. And apparently, a bucks county Pennsylvania man told police he was so upset with his roommate because he left the empty take filet bagging apartment late Saturday here. This yet at a violent argument that turned fatal Gregory Hilton forty was charged with criminal homicide possession of possession of an instrument of crime. According to court records, he remains in custody county jail, and he has been denied bail Hilton car police in Bensalem township late Saturday telling the dispatcher they accidentally shot his roommate Sharieff Simpson twenty five during an argument accidentally when I was says arrived at the unit the men shared. They found Simpson line on the bloodstain bed. It wanted -partment bedrooms. According avid, David a probable calls out in the case Simpson was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead hill, two hours. He and Simpson. Co workers have been living together for several months. Investigators said the to work dove daily care a home healthcare service headquartered in Philadelphia. Earlier that evening Hilton called Simpson AP because he let the empty bag from the fast food restaurant on the couch in their apartments living room, the two began to argue this time physical when Hilton show Simpson into Simpson's bedroom, and there the main rested on Simpson's bad during which Hilton pulled out of nine millimeter handgun registered to him. And he hit Simpson in soda with muzzle Hilton say the gun at gone up accidentally. And that he wasn't even that mad at the roommate. I mean that he's dead. I guess you can say that day. Simpson's teammates at Cumberland valley. Hit-men a semi professional football team that played in central Pennsylvania mourned his death. That's on fortunate. Name. They hit me. Right, right. Got shot to death on brained. I know they've got being cool with that name. Right. Also. I don't notice a Alabama. Tell the cops. I wasn't even that mad yacht killed him. But like, I was only like five out of ten, you know. I'll sunday. Simpson's teammates mourned his death at a Facebook post, a teeny wrote that victory Saturday over the Harrisburg shocks was bittersweet. It was with it is with heavy hearts that we have to report that one of our brothers was murdered last night. The post about Simpson say divas condolences go out to his family and friends, you will be missed, sir. Number eighteen can't guess the race of Mr.. The guy who did the shooting which is the Gregory Hilton white Karen saying white for Gregory Hilton. Let's take the chat room. See what you guys believe? The guest. Yeah. I'm still trying to work my way down. No. He was really mad at. So white his roommate Sal black. So I'm going black hit and the sharks. Sharks?.

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"bensalem township" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"bensalem township" Discussed on Rotated Views

"And you know, I it was just we're like, let's just get the trucks out of here yet. And you know, even the business. I don't know how long we're even going to be here. Yeah. We were looking at a place in Bensalem. We were looking at diamond furniture. Okay. No. And I know my brother went up there street road out right on perfect location is. Yeah, you know. Hydrate their storage facility and turnpike's three miles down the road. You're gonna move the Bensalem, and they basically shut us down. They you know, you could have went to the variance hearings and all that stuff, but they said to run a storage facility in Bensalem township. It'd be a great business for this township. But it has to be on five acres land. Not three. Jeez. And they shut down. They shut down rural farms to, you know, a lot of pool up here. Yeah. Shot us down. So there's other buildings, but I mean for a storage facility like that building would have paid for itself on a couple of years, and they wanted a lot of money for like two point three million for well, you know, but you know, there's other buildings we haven't really figured that out yet. But you know, once we get there. We'll do that. Yeah. I I have a question for you talked about, you know, one of the biggest challenges keeping your guys around. And now, you have guys at work on a seniority system through those kind of tough times, you talked about you know, almost losing a business. How'd you keep your guys loyalty where they friends or? I mean, you know, what was it about it that that kept them coming, you know, everyday for work. Some of them are some of them are friends, not not a lot of them. There's there's only a couple that are friends that have been here from the beginning. Right. You know? And we do we run through guys, you know. And they don't realize what it is because moving a little different than than your regular nine to five. It's really hard to keep guys if they're not a mover like you have to be cut from different club. Like, for example. Most people go to work every day and their shift is. From this time to that time, and you have a fifteen minute a thirty minute break moving not like that today. You might be on a one bedroom apartment that's two and a half to four and a half hours or you might come in the next day. And you're on a two truck six-man move. That's twelve to fourteen hours here it fluctuates so much. But that's the hardest part about even keeping guys. So if you're not used to that lifestyle a lot of people can't adjust because you don't your family life struggles, my family life struggled even running a business in general. You're like, oh the level of just with that. It's crazy. And you're like, oh, I'm gonna make all this money. It's going to be great. And this and that and then I don't wanna work forty hours anymore. Now, you're working eighty to one hundred. Chapel. Right. You think you're changing it for less time? We're.

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"bensalem township" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"bensalem township" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Is it does give us that point? Or when we have no other clues, and then it points direction, and then we bring in traditional law enforcement techniques, the oh to kind of feel the deal and to get a conviction, and again, most of these people a lot of criminals, confess the crimes. So once you tell someone we have your DNA at this crime scene. We have your DNA, and it's mashed this believe it or not they confessed these. Grassle? Yeah. That was me. That was me. Yes. I did it briefly before relinquish you. And I know I gotta let you go run that big police force of yours. You know, there's some people who say look what we're doing is sort of backwards engineering suspect, yet take the thing. You swab it. And then you go find and see if there's something they may have done somewhere before they even charged with something. How do you address that concern? That we're taking your DNA to see if they've committed a crime yet sort of saying, well, they may not be suspects in these other things, but let's just sort of throw it out there and see what comes up. Oh, we do that every day. We're doing we're taking DNA from people that we arrest for one crime to see the hits linked to other crimes as I started off a while ago. People just don't make one crime and they're done. They're not committing a crime to pay their electric Bill because they fell the I in this month, the committing crimes for other reasons. So if we have other unsolved crimes, which we do when we finally get the suspect, and we take swab and put it into the to the rapid machine it will link to our database, and we're not talking about a code is database now we're talking about a local database it a link to that database, and it will show a hit. And we're talking about a credit labs. We use boaty technologies that alone in Virginia. Which does a lot of backlogs for many other KOTA slabs throughout the country. We're talking about ask clutch certified laboratories, not some guy that just opened up shop in his basement. We're talking about real labs with all the certification. To go along with it that everybody else uses to put into coats to begin with. All right. And you hearing there the voice of Fred Herron, director of public safety for Bensalem township police department in Pennsylvania for thanks so much for joining us today. Thank you. And now joining us from Los Angeles is Lisa holder. She's the interim legal director for the ink will Justice society in Oakland, California. She's the the Justice society, I should say is suing the state of California for collecting the DNA of people who are arrested for alleged felonies. But never convicted Lisa's also has their own private law firm and teaches police accountability at UCLA law school, Lisa holder. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me, David. So I want to talk to you a little bit about these. You've been hearing the issues we've been talking about today, you have concerns over DNA, and I want to get to your suit against California in a moment. But when you're listening to this conversation. What concerns what concerns arise for you? And what hopes to rise for you? Well, I'll see there. There are several concerns that are right for me. The first concern that I that I have is just the over dependence on technology in policing and the movement away from community policing..

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"bensalem township" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"bensalem township" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"You to join our conversation. What questions do you have about these new rapid DNA boxes and how they're put to us? Follow us on Twitter and find us on Facebook at on point radio. We're talking with Fred Herron. He's director public safety for the Bensalem township police department that means he's the chief of police there. And we're also speaking with David k he's professor of law at Penn State, and a forensic DNA expert. I'd like to go first to call. We've got a number of people calling in on this issue. A call from Corbin Kentucky. David welcome to on point. I thank you for taking my call. I just like to say I think we should proceed with caution with this. 'cause there's already been two cases that were incorrectly done. And this is from an article that I read back in March twenty sixteen where there is a guy named KO said, we we need to urgently need to review how NA evidences, assessed Butte and described and he sided. He cited the case. Where the NA a management months in jail after his DNA was found on a murder victim having been transferred there by paramedics who took the man to a hospital before going to the murder scene and at the new Republic law, professor Aaron Murphy described how DNA transfer initially led police to an impossible suspect in the two thousand nine murder of a Yale student and he leave after her body was found in her lab. Cross base the NA and on her skin and Alan, the her hair and underwear match that of a convicted offender, but that offender had died two years earlier. Well, David, thank you. Thank you for raising those cases, and let's let's go to David Kay. You're an expert in the friends ex DNA two questions. I guess first off is how effective is DNA testing. And particularly how are the rapid DNA machines as far as we know. We'll the machines have been validated against the laboratory the gold standard laboratory tests. So the FBI has certified at least one machine for this kind of usage to applaud profiles to coaches that will naturally require that the machines be, you know, like breathalyzers you have to follow the instructions one we heard the description of taking the swab immediately from cheek as long as there's no contamination that gets on the swab things should be okay. The situation that the caller was referring to is a real situation, particularly with what can be called trace quantities of DNA very minute amounts, which could be the result of secondary transfers, it's called the case in with the paramedics who was in I sand in the San Francisco area, and that you know, can happen. So I in a rape case things around really simple. If you find semen the question is who in is it in other cases with small amounts of touch DNA, as it's also called one does have to be careful to do a correct interpretation all that the evidence can tell us is that someone's DNA got to some place. How it got there? Requires further thought, professor k very briefly I want to ask you this. We heard from Fred Herron that his cops get, you know, DNA from all kinds of places. It sounds like that some of that material is using the rapid DNA machines in preparing for today's show. The readings I felt found manufacturers were saying, hey, look, we're only testing for stuff that's gotten from the swabs. Basically immediately. How comfortable are you with the use of the machines to valuate DNA genetic material gathered from crime scenes? That is there are reports that that is being done as well. That's not what the approved systems for Kotas are approved for in terms of the uploading it to the federal vase, right? You wouldn't be uploading crime scene. Samples that way and the testing of the machines. I don't know how much they've been tested on those kinds of samples, and then you'd wanna thorough validation study which would ask with very small samples. How do they work with mixtures that might be found at crime scenes, how do they work their problems, particularly in interpreting mixed profiles from the laboratory that have caused substantial problems in different parts of the country from Washington DC to Texas leading to changes in laboratory procedures and the use of more sophisticated software in..

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"bensalem township" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"bensalem township" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Bensalem, Pennsylvania is Fred Herron. He's the director public safety, which means he's effectively the police chief for the Bensalem township police department Fred thanks for joining us today. Thanks, dave. So I wanted to ask you about the well, let's for set the scene. Let's talk about Ben Salem for just a moment. Tell us about your township. What's it like is it what kinds of crime? Do you? Do you have to address there? So just to put things in perspective Pennsylvania's about twelve hundred police department where the ninth largest police department in Pennsylvania with about one hundred four sworn officers, we border Philadelphia, most of the police farms in Pennsylvania, very small most of which fifty percent of them has left less than ten officers. So we boarder. Delfi where the first interchange on the turnpike for Philadelphia at New York City where about fifteen minutes from Trenton about in eighty minutes from New York City, and again, we actually sit on numerous fronts with the Philadelphia city as well. So it's a it's a good sized community. We have about two hundred fifty thousand people during the daytime and our residential populations about sixty four thousand we've got a lot of hotels, motels shopping centers a lot of restaurants. We're home to the second highest grossing casino and east coast United States. So it's it's a busy busy town. So what kinds of fighting there, and particularly what kinds of crime or you fighting that it makes sense to use DNA samples to try to address. So though, it's it's a good sized town. And it's it's busy like most of America. Like most of the police departments in America. Our biggest crime that we're faced with thank God. It's not the homicides in the sexual assaults is property crime. It's burglary and stuff from vehicles and stuff of vehicles and stuff from stores. Those are the. Crimes that most police departments seventeen eighteen thousand police departments in the United States. That's what most of the departments are faced with, you know, the bigger cities Philadelphia, Chicago, New York LA, Miami, though, cities, you know, they're faced with you other crimes to the homicide the sexual assault. So that's where a lot of people spending a lot of time on DNA analysis on this bigger crimes. But for me and my residents, I wanna stop and prevent the property crime. That's really what we're focusing on those crimes that affect the everyday American figuring like breaking entering stealing cars stuff like that. Correct. So tell me like give me a break down..

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"bensalem township" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"bensalem township" Discussed on Here & Now

"The suspect picture may change very soon and in terms of the victims we're learning more about the injured from yesterday's sidewalk bombing two men in their twenties that's right yeah two men in their twenties from southwest austin they are said to be in good condition at this point but we honestly don't don't know much more about them i know police have been trying to protect their privacy in terms of in terms of allowing media access to them that's matt lauer g of k ut joining us from austin with the latest on the bombings and attempted bombings matt thank you you're welcome well you remember when president trump called oakland's mayor libby chef a disgrace after she warned of impending rates by federal immigration agents there are communities working closely with immigration and customs enforcement officials to be h wise laura ben shaw reports on what's driving these collaborations in eastern pennsylvania in two thousand nine a police officer arrested a man for shoplifting more than three hundred dollars in merchandise from kohl's department store in bensalem township in eastern pennsylvania a crime that would usually result in a fine or short jail sentence instead open the door to something else said bensalem police department public safety director fred heron and we found during the course of the arrests that he was in the country undocumented whatever the politically correct term is the moment and we had called ice just to see if they were interested and they were hearings officers process the man and then in his.

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