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01:32 min | 2 years ago

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"News room Alistair Adele has been chosen by the Maricopa County Board of supervisors to fill former Maricopa county attorney bill Montgomery's term governor Doug Ducey tweeted moments ago that he's looking forward to working with the dell who will be the first woman Maricopa county attorney once again a replacement for Maricopa county attorney bill Montgomery has been selected the Maricopa County Board of supervisors chose Alistair Adele we'll have more coming up at ten forty five AM for breaking news sent to your phone text the word news to four one one ninety two three vice president Mike pence is currently holding a roundtable discussion with Hispanic leaders in Scottsdale before the round table pence told reporters that unemployment rates for Hispanics are at a fifty year low unemployment in the Hispanic American community today is under five percent of the seventeen months in a row but it it only gone under five percent for a single month in the last forty three years pence heads to green valley next there he'll be talking about the U. S. Mexico Canada trade agreement Arizona chamber of commerce president and CEO Glenn amber says Congress needs to ratify that agreement that has been sitting in limbo for months so light that it quite that trade agreement is the most international related items the United States can address at this point in time amber says about two hundred thirty thousand Arizona jobs are tied to trade with Canada and Mexico and that could top three hundred thousand.

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

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"News time it's eight oh to one Taylor can up here our top story a Glendale police officer resigned just before being fired for a twenty nineteen police brutality incident officer Joshua Carrell Tay's demand multiple times for not getting out of his car Arizona governor Doug Ducey has appointed bill Montgomery to the Arizona Supreme Court to replace retiring justice Scott bales county attorney bill Montgomery was one of seven finalists the governor announced his decision via Twitter this afternoon he says he was looking for an individual who wants to interpret the lot not someone who wants to write the law and ethics complaint was filed yesterday against Montgomery over claims he violated state bar of Arizona rules by failing to properly supervise embattled prosecutor Juan Martinez in the Jodi arias trial Ashley flight KTAR news an hours long hearing today at the Arizona corporation commission at the center is a PS in its disconnection policy outgoing C. E. O. Dan Brandt says his employees do everything they can to help customers who need assistance and have trouble making payments the service disconnection issues that are the subject of this proceeding are not simple particularly when dealing with one point two million customers this comes after the death of an elderly woman APS disconnected her power due to late payments branch is retiring in November commissioner Sander Kennedy did not hold back against the APS chief you have by the way single handedly destroyed the reputation of a PS she accused brands of operating his company like a campaign to mainly benefit himself financially Brandt is retiring in November the V. expire Arizona task force one team has moved north.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

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"Of a king pan who operates a company to mainly benefit himself earlier this year a PS detained millions of dollars of political spending the company spent nearly forty million dollars opposing the twenty eighteen initiative that would have required the utility to use more renewable energy jailer police are looking for a suspect that hit and killed a sixty eight year old woman whose crossing ray road and almost school road the vehicle was traveling westbound on ray August sixteenth when it hit the woman and kept driving police say the vehicle is missing its front driver's side and rear passenger side hub cap the passenger side window also appears to be held up with duct tape if you have any information please give police a call Arizona is not unique with wrong way freeway crashes but it's no consolation after national numbers just don't go down the U. S. averages three hundred it wrongly deaths a year with sixteen in Arizona this year two thirds of crashes involve impairment and we've made recommendations to lower the PAC for illegal driving to point oh five. as director Robert Malloy with the NTSB is highway safety office who tells errors on this morning news that the freeways and the streets just need more signs Arizona governor Doug Ducey is appointed bill Montgomery to the Arizona Supreme Court replacing retiring justice Scott bales county attorney bill Montgomery was one of seven finalists the governor announced his decision via Twitter this afternoon he says he was looking for an individual who wants to interpret the lot not someone who wants to write the law and ethics complaint was filed yesterday against Montgomery over claims he violated state bar of Arizona rules by failing to properly supervise embattled prosecutor Juan Martinez in the Jodi arias trial Ashley flight KTAR news. time now for a traffic.

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"bill montgomery" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"To serve an eviction notice for the mesa home which was put up for auction June twenty of them were paid the late fee with a credit card to the payment didn't clear until June twenty first the day after the sale the sheriff says had as deputies known part of the tax bill was paid they would not have seized and sold the mobile home how do we make sure that if there was something that went south in this process that is corrected immediately snow has impacted and how do we facilitate away for this man to have housing and opens on says he helped me with more face to face once he can offer the forty nine year old dissolution has asked the the county attorney bill Montgomery for a legal opinion on this live in the newscenter germ cross KTAR news Valerie one of the things the service said yesterday basically he took exception to something I said about this whole story I want to clear that up here in about twelve or thirteen minutes right now time for traffic from the valley should be dealers traffic centers a celibate just check out the two oh two red brown freeway looks pretty good in both directions from the loop one a one on over to state route fifty one of the north part of the valley you've got a delay eastbound on the loop one oh one between sept Avenue in cave creek road it's not too bad watch out for the stalled vehicle on the live one on one it's east found right at the sixty fourth street exit ramp just have to stay a little bit to the left to get around it also crews working on clearing up this accident on the loop one a one price freeway north found it near the Elian on ramp it is all off to the right hand side of the freeway this report is brought to you by moon valley nurseries get your trees ready before the summer monsoon hits call six SO two eight one four zero three fifty.

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic he he A. R. news time at seven thirty on Taylor can around here is our top story as a father myself of the sixteen year old I can't imagine what this young man's family is going to talk about an indictment for first degree murder now filed against the man who allegedly stabbed seventeen year old Alisa all Amman in the neck at a circle K. you're sixty seven Avenue in Peoria last week the man told police he felt unsafe because of the teens rap music and that's why he stabbed him the teen family wants his murder classified as a hate crime Arizona has chosen to keep it simple and straight forward for prosecutors to be able to convict someone of having committed a crime and then were able to use evidence of bias to enhance that sentence to increase the penalty that's Maricopa county attorney bill Montgomery explaining Arizona's laws when it comes to hate crimes he also says at this point there is no evidence of ties to hate group the first west Nile death of the season has been reported the Maricopa county public health says he was an older adult who also had other health conditions over twenty seven cases have been reported in Maricopa county this year the department says this is a tragic death and remind everyone to protect themselves from mosquito borne diseases now let's get a check on traffic here's Bradley J. live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center will tailor.

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

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"It's ten twenty nine I Bob my qua here's our top story an indictment for first degree murder it's now been filed against the man who allegedly stabbed seventeen year old Alisa all I mean that in that neck at circle K. near sixty Seventh Avenue and Peoria last week the man told police he felt unsafe because of the teens rap music and that's why he stabbed him dean's family wants his murder classified as a hate crime Arizona has chosen to keep it simple and straight forward for prosecutors to be able to convict someone of having committed a crime and then were able to use evidence of bias to enhance that sentence to increase the penalty that's Maricopa county attorney bill Montgomery explaining Arizona laws when it comes to hate crimes it also says this point there's no evidence of ties to any eight groups Arizona is immigration crisis The New York Times is reporting that immigration and customs enforcement is planted the kickoff immigration raids intensity is as early as this weekend the report says ice could target at least two thousand undocumented immigrants Democrat house speaker Nancy Pelosi is criticizing the planned rates she says that people do not have to let agents into their homes because some ice deportation warrant is not the same as a search warrant if that is the only document I springs to a home ray agents do not have the legal right to enter a home I says in a statement that it won't comment on details of enforcement operations migrant apprehensions of Arizona borders are down but US customs and border protection says that what it calls Margaret family unit releases are up in the valley the Tucson Yuma border sector sell less apprehensions in June compared to the month before in may two son sector apprehended sixty eight hundred migrants compared to fifty five hundred in June you must not a drastic drop from nearly fourteen thousand in may two seven thousand apprehensions in June however immigration and customs enforcement released two thousand family units into Phoenix in the past three weeks for a total of forty thousand units released since December twenty first Taylor can up KTA our news.

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

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"Child abuse charges. The child is expected to be okay. Lisa Barry, with good. Your police says an aunt called nine one one after the baby was left in that car for about fifty minutes. They were shopping at target store in Goodyear, and mother stated that she was distracted and she forgot the infant and the car. So when her and her sister came back out to the vehicle, she realized that the child was left in the car thirty seven year olds. Stacey hollies facing child abuse charges. Maricopa County attorney Bill Montgomery reminds you that there is a state law that will protect you, if you break into a hot car to rescue a child or a pad. It's part of Arizona's good Samaritan law. If you see a child or pet an imminent danger and vehicle call nine one one verified that there's no other means available to get that child or pet out of the vehicle, and out of imminent danger. He says, stay on the scene. And wait for the first responders to get there. If you followed those steps, then you're protected by Arizona law from civil or criminal liability. Time to check on the traffic. Now. Here's Larry Lewis for that in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, we'll Becky Lynn valley freeways, a little busy starting to see it. That one westbound slow now state route fifty one over towards the seventeen and it's getting slower by the minute. Also southbound loop one a bit sluggish as you make your way from the two zero two red mountain down towards the sixty transition. I ten eastbound you got the Rick at the thirty Fifth Avenue on ramp. It looks like still dealing with few vehicles on the right shoulder there. Then it's slow for you from the seventeen split over towards the sixty transition. As for westbound ten heavy at a downtown as you make your way through the tunnel and the delays continue for you out past about fifty first avenue. Watch for a collision at the intersection of seventy Fifth Avenue at Bethany home road. This report sponsored by Coulter automotive group experience exceptional value at an expert staff to help with your next car buying experience. Coulter automotive visit culture on Camelback or Tempe.

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

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"Services, as a notice of intent to revoke haciendas license, the decision was made after a patient at the facility was found with maggots under his bandage near an incision hacienda will be able to respond to and battle the loss of license, which means the will have increased oversight and accountability at the facility, but it does not mean hacienda has to immediately shut down, Jeremy foster KTAR, and we'll be talking more in depth about this story. And just a few minutes progress is being made on the backlog of untested rape kits in Arizona four years ago there were about six thousand untested kits now down to less than two hundred fifty kids to go, and those will be done absent some unforeseen, circumstance before the end of this year. The county attorney Bill Montgomery says this is led to thirteen defendants being indicted nine of them have already been sentenced KTAR is on parenting are your children being recorded without their consent on devices, like Alexa, a new lawsuit says, yes, is a lawsuit filed in federal court, eight states say, Amazon is unlawfully recording kids without warning and holding onto the recordings KTAR legal analyst Monica Lindstrom tells KTAR, Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show, what Amazon's argument back might be can't consent if they can send you could turn around and argue that they're not of the age to be able to consent. So that can finish him valid anyway, in consumers know what they're getting when they're buying these kind of products that you buy and plug it in your consenting to allow it to record winstrom says this shows that we're at a crossroads legally between advancements in technology and the law, Julie, the VIN KTAR news. The supreme court enters its final stretch of this term today with looming decisions that can shape political power. For years to come at the top of the courts agenda, are, too partisan gerrymandering cases challenging maps in Maryland in North Carolina. The nine justices are also set to decide if the Trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question on the twenty twenty senses was constitutional at the same time the court will shape its stock it for the following term. Mona kosar. Ati ABC news, Washington, KTAR news time, six oh seven thank you, Jamie. Here's Dani Sullivan from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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Former speed skater lends her support to a bill that aids child sex abuse victims

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00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Former speed skater lends her support to a bill that aids child sex abuse victims

"A former speed skater could not sue her attacker for child abuse because the statute of limitations ran out. Now bridie Farrell wants lawmakers to give other child victims chance years after they realized they were assaulted we're gonna see institutions being able to realign themselves with the goals and the missions of those organizations which are youth serving in community serving organization. A state Senate Bill would give dealt seven years after I coming forward to name their attackers in a civil suit. Critics say accusations could fly decades after possible attacks when no evidence remains. Meanwhile, Maricopa County attorney Bill Montgomery tells KTAR he's not opposed to giving victims of child abuse and sexual assault. More time to sue their attackers. He says he encourages state lawmakers to extend the time these victims have to come forward with civil

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"Criminal Justice commission. Andrew fever says they're working with state senators to change that under the current injunctions against harassment statute harassment is defined as more than one instance. So somebody is a victim of sexual assault without that personal relationship. It would have to. Kerr more than once before they can see that relief from the court fever says the sexual assault protective order Bill has passed. The Senate is now awaiting a final vote of the house, and they're hoping to get the Bill signed by the governor this month because it sexual assault awareness month. Every Joan is making progress on reducing its backlog of untested rape kits in twenty sixteen when sexual assault. Evidence was tested only when the suspect was unknown the rebound six thousand untested rape kits since the policy was changed. So all rape kits tested. There are now fewer than four hundred that are still untested Maricopa County. Attorney Bill Montgomery says every rape kit. Must be tested victim with fairness respect and dignity by following through and doing a complete investigation. Montgomery says testing led to seven suspects being convicted and seven others awaiting trial, fair warning if you met a New Year's resolution to lose weight, April is typically the breaking point a lot of people fall off after the first four six weeks. But most people fall off. The Secondly today KTAR medical expert. Dr Terry Simpson says when it comes to staying fit focus not just on diet, but making lifestyle changes really are good for the short-term. They're not six with a long term, and you need to just simply eat kind of like mom said each vegetables. I. Spoiler place. Get some exercise. He says at times cutting out some foods can affect your health. So we recommend you do your research before going on a diet. Tucson is expecting.

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"News. Traffic and weather starts now. Bob mcclay. It's twelve noon. Here's our top story. We continue to follow the latest developments in the case of a self driving. Uber involved in a fatal accident in Tempe. Last March, we now know that Uber won't face consequences for the woman's death. But the person behind the wheel use an off the hook just yet. KTAR's Ali vetnar is live in the news center with the details. Maricopa County attorney Bill Montgomery says just because you have county attorney's office found no reason to press criminal charges against Uber. Over last year's deadly self driving car accident in ten p does not mean his office won't investigate the operator of the car. We still have the option to review potential charges involving the driver. Here is one element of investigation is still needs to be done. And that's to verify the video and match it to what the driver may have been able to perceive Montgomery says they're treading very carefully. Because the investigation involves the self driving car, which is uncharted waters for them. But in order for us to success. Really whether or not we can charge the driver. We've got to be able to match that video to exactly what was happening at the time. The collision occurred live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news, twelve one with traffic every six minutes. Here's Larry Lewis live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Well, Bob, we're dealing with a crash seventeen. Southbound it's going to be the Glendale exit ramp two right lanes blocked off on this ramp headed that way. Stay left can still use the ramp. If you need it Greenway west of Bullard, we had a crash there better news to Broadway and thirty Fifth Avenue. Sounds.

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02:06 min | 2 years ago

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"Watch movies anymore folks when you're driving. Statewide texting band passes the house. Arizona state Senator Kate Brophy McGee says this will alter people's behavior while in their car that if you need to receive a call, you can swipe your device, or if you need to hang up a call you can do the same thing. And we're making sure that it allows for things like GPS guidance. She tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos that she has hopes for the Bill to pass the house Brophy says the Bill is already got the support of Senate president and the speaker of the house making it a good chance for it to pass Uber won't face consequences for a woman's death. After a self driving car accident in Tempe. But the person who was inside the car isn't off the hook just yet Maricopa County attorney Bill Montgomery explains. We still have the option to review potential charges involving the driver. There is one element investigation is still needs to be done. And that's to verify video and match it to what the driver may have been able to perceive Montgomery. Ray says they're treading very carefully because the investigation involves a self driving car in order for us to successfully sess whether or not we can charge the driver we've got to be able to match that video to exactly what was happening at the time. Ali vetnar, KTAR news. A rare scientists sea water actually flowing in the normally dry salt riverbed in the valley. And it comes with an upside downside few street closures across the salt, which you can find a KTAR dot com because of the flowing water SRP's, Jeff Wayne says the closures could continue for days or weeks as they unload water out of Bartlett and horseshoe likes to make room in the reservoirs for the runoff from last month's huge snowstorm could change really quickly. If we get the rain that's possible on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday timeframe, and that will speed up the releases again, and this has been a great winter for SRP's reservoirs altogether. Sixty seven percent full six percent higher than this time last year. Jim cross KTAR news the trial of a fifty six old Mesa man accused of making bullets connected to the nation's debt. Deadliest mass shooting has been pushed back two months..

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04:24 min | 2 years ago

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"There is one element of investigation is still needs to be done. And that's to verify the video and match it to what the driver may have been able to perceive or not and what happened in terms of the collision with the bicyclist. I know everybody's seen the video, but in order for us to successfully assess whether or not we can charge the driver, we've got to be able to match that video to exactly what was happening at the time collision occurred now, obviously, I'm not a lawyer. But I look at this case Bill, and I say is this a test case of sorts because this gets into that fuzzy area about self driving cars, and what the responsibility the driver has or what they can do in a situation like that. Why that's what makes this case? I really important from the standpoint of thoroughly investigating it and assessing all of the available evidence makers Jackie you touch on one important point given the relationship between the driver and the vehicle as a self driving vehicle, and then what happened on the road. And that's something that we have to take into account as prosecutors, and you know, you're you're touching on one area that were very sensitive to in our treading, very carefully to make sure we understand what the issues are going to be. And what evidence we have to address them Maricopa County. Attorney Bill Montgomery joins us this morning on Arizona's morning news. The other news of the day from a legal standpoint the state bar of Arizona filing a formal complaint against a county prosecutor Juan Martinez for alleged misconduct during the Jodi Arias trial. He allegedly leaked confidential information to the media and began a sexual release. Ship with a blogger covering the trial. Is there anything you can say on this at this point Bill? Well, the only things I can say Jeff is one similar allegations were raised in previous bar complaint that that was actually dismissed as part of the board disciplinary proceedings, and the second thing is that I I want to be very careful in respect due process rights of of an employee who also is covered by merit rules within a county employee system. And then I also want to be very respectful of the bar disciplinary process. So I can't say anything more about that. That process will play out in if I need to take action as an employer, then I will I this may be an impossible question to answer. But any general sense in situations? Like, this could it potentially have an impact on how the trial. The outcome of the trial. Oh, I'm sure the defendant hopes it would. But that's that's probably six seven steps away to us whether or not anything like that could happen. One other thing very quickly before I let you go. And we're talking with county. Attorney Bill Montgomery your thoughts on the legislatures attempts to toughen up the state death penalty, basically, the restrict the regulations on the death penalty. We've been working in partnership with the legislature in a aligning. Arizona's death penalty statute more closely to how prosecutors actually use those tools that legislatures given us, and so I I've been very supportive in my office has been working with the legislature to take a look at the the specific aggravating factors that we list in order for someone to even be eligible to face the death penalty. You know, we currently have fourteen. That are listed and this would reduce that number. I think down to eleven or twelve and while that may not sound significant. This is also Arizona's effort to address concerns expressed by current US supreme court Justice about how we administer the death penalty in Arizona. So we want to make sure that what we do is constitutional in that it reflects the circumstances that that we see in these cases, which are the most serious cases and caused the greatest harm to victims county. Attorney Bill Montgomery and appreciate you being with us this morning and Arizona's morning news at six forty nine. Let's get the latest in traffic,.

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05:52 min | 2 years ago

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"News. Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. So just for a little bit of context you have to go back to July twenty six two thousand seventeen year and a half ago. Let's go with that. Right. That was when the incident happened between Glendale police officer and a passenger in a car that resulted in a teaser was eleven times days taste in the privates. Yeah. The body camera video has been roundly, criticized by law, enforcement and civilians alike. Right. Very few people like that's the way you do with policy. So the question, and we had this question early on because the Maricopa County attorney turned over recently the investigation list of the FBI. So we weren't the only ones needless to say who said. Did you investigated a year and a half ago when it happened? They did we know that our TV partner over at ABC fifteen. They were the ones that broke the story with rigid body camera footage. Yeah. A couple of weeks ago, and they've been on it, Dave biscuit, being one of their investigators who had on the program several times have been on to talk to us about this. And they've been on the county attorney to find out why in two thousand seventeen after this incident took place, and we had just as much information. Then as we do today did the office of Bill Montgomery again. The Maricopa County attorney decide not to pursue any kind of consequence for the Glendale officer. Because I mean the way that a lot of people saw it is. Well, obviously, you didn't because it wasn't until the video came out. But you had everybody from the governor to idiot talk show host weighing in on it saying, well, how is how did this get this far? Okay. But yeah, but the prosecutors back in two thousand seventeen just so we're abundantly. Clear for everyone does Klein to bring criminal charges. It was given to them. They took a look at the case and decided. Nope, nothing to see here. Now the big question for me into that. And it's something that again, our TV partners over at receive fifteen we're really trying to nail down with the Maricopa County. Attorney was did your office. See the body camera footage back in two thousand seventeen. Did you see what we've all seen now and has roundly been called inappropriate at best. That is not a clear answer from what I gather. There is no clear answer to that. And there isn't a clear answer. Why? If there was body camera video two things happened either. You didn't review it and decided nothing needed to be done or you did review it and decided nothing needed to be done. I'd be argu arg argue neither of those are good Maricopa County attorney Bill Montgomery said that he remembered being briefed on the incident back in two thousand seventeen but did not recall seeing the body camera footage. He did say that after fifteen showed it to all the Phoenix. He went back and watched it and then decided more investigation was warranted by him. And that while I mean, and then he kicked it to the FBI. And I'm not mad at that. I'm not mad at the fact that the Maricopa County attorney has decided to give this to the FBI because he says, you know, what we want to give the public. Confidence in the eventual outcome of this case if they looked at it in two thousand seventeen and decided not to prosecute what could they potentially? See? What's what changed in in two thousand nineteen that would have changed? He's saying I'm removing my office from that equation. And I'm going to allow an independent third party agency to do it. None of a problem with that. But my pushback is this is what your agency is supposed to do the kicking the can down the road, the passing the buck. This is this isn't my problem. I actually have a problem with respect the county attorney to deal with things like this and deal with a proper manner. And the way I read this is they don't want to nor at the time. Did they want to do anything that could be perceived as going after a police officer here? Here's the thing. I don't think this is kicking the can down the row kicking the can down the road would be. We're not taking a look at this. We stand by our decision in two thousand seventeen case closed, which we both know wouldn't be case closed. But that would be an indication for me that they're just trying to ignore this. The fact that they are opening this case up to as well as their own department up to the FBI is good news in my case in my eyes. Because the America county attorney isn't a lose lose situation. Let's say they took that case for she say they are responsible for making sure that they do. I don't agree but keep going we talked about this before. And you agree with me. I'm to say what's different here. But they come back. Let's say Maricopa County attorney comes in investigates us come back and say, no we stand by what happened in two thousand. And there's nothing there. You're going to have a lot of people in Phoenix as well. As these excessive force experts and law enforcement experts that say what the heck are you looking at like, this is obviously an issue defend your decision. So then so the decision would be, you know, people would think as though they're trying to cover something up if they come back and said, no. We miss this will then your department was negligent didn't want to go in once. They're in a lose lose situation made them do it. Right. The first time. Okay. But yeah that was two years ago. You can't go back and change the past. I think what Bill Montgomery, the Maricopa County attorney county attorney is doing is trying to make sure that whatever decision happens in.

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01:52 min | 2 years ago

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"You just heard about the showers out of the north west valley. That's exactly where we have a crash Thunderbird west of Thompson ranch road. How ironic is that? This traffic report brought to you by gateway community college at gateway community college become career ready and in demand. Visit gatewaycc CC dot EDU to make your business career happened. Learn more live better Detroit. KTAR news. You'll. Need that umbrella today rain is expected throughout the day, but will likely be most widespread this afternoon and evening Phoenix only reaches sixty three for a high today. Rain chances linger into Friday morning with lows in the fifties. And a high of sixty seven on Friday. I'm ABC fifteen meteorologist Irish at seven thirty three. It's fifty five degrees in Chandler. Glendale traffic stop. That has a lot of people questioning why a passenger was tasty eleven times back accounting. Attorney Bill Montgomery now says he sent all the information to the FBI KTAR's legal expert. Monica Lindstrom tells MAC and Gaydos that by getting the FBI involved. It's actually shows the county attorney's office is standing by its original judgement felt that there was something wrong there that they needed to look at it probably would reopen the investigation since that's what governor Doug Ducey had requested that they do governor Ducey has referred to the original investigation as whitewashed the FBI tells us it's received the case at if charges are filed it'll be public record. Otherwise, no comment. Fifteen lifesaving equipment grants are going to first responders around the state including eager fire department will receive twenty helmets. Valued had a little more than five thousand dollars be eager. Police department will receive about five thousand dollars worth of body. Armor carriers Damon grows with APS has all the money comes from. Their partnership with firehouse subs. Grow says APS budgets for these grants. Every year and firehouse public safety foundation helps by asking customers to round up there change on every meal..

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02:07 min | 2 years ago

"bill montgomery" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The Maricopa County attorney's office is now asking the FBI to look into the case of Glendale man who was teased by police eleven times Maricopa County attorney Bill Montgomery says he's personally reviewed all available evidence into the case. And thanks further investigation is warranted. They've sent materials to the FBI Phoenix office in connection to the two thousand seventeen incident involving Glendale police officers, and Johnny we Kroft who was eleven times including in the growing earlier today. Governor Doug Ducey called on the attorney's office to reopen the investigation he says the video does not represent the law enforcement. He knows in the state of Arizona. Ashley, flood KTAR news. And now Glendale police is responding to those comments made by governor Ducey and the Maricopa County attorney Bill Montgomery. They say they've already been in contact with the FBI and had been preparing to send them all the documents and videos connected with the two thousand seventeen incident where one of their officers taste. Man eleven times since Monday Mesa. Police say four suspects earn custody after a possible armed robbery near Stapley in MacKillop's road today. Police say they were called out this afternoon to a robbery in that area. Officers were able to get a description and later spotted the car in Tempe. However, it fled the scene and crash near Roosevelt and baseline. The investigation is ongoing KTAR is on immigration atop federal drug agent is jumping into the border wall debate Doug Coleman is a special agent in charge of Arizona for the DA. He tells Arizona's morning news border security is a crucial curbing is crucial to curbing the flow of illegal drugs into the US anything that we do that pushes them away from their well established trafficking routes to come into the United States wall with additional security technology. Whatever it is. It's going to help us from drug perspective last year alone errors in Arizona. Coleman says DA agents sees enough to potentially kill seventy million people now. Let's get a check on traffic. Bradley Jay is back in action live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Hey, bradley. Hey Taylor and the driver in the valley fairly busy one. We have two wrecks on the I ten one of them eastbound near sixteenth street. That's hanging off..

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"bill montgomery" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"bill montgomery" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"KTAR news time is eight forty five and coming up at nine. It's Bruce St James family. Huge Jamie want me to write a horse inside. Johnson. Bruce bruises here. The answer is. Yes, I'll do it. But what is okay? Medieval times, I'm familiar with. I've never been medieval times is opening up. Okay. And they're they're going to have a Jim Carrey movie casting a casting call a week from tomorrow. What do we need? So she's I think she wants to be like a joust. You're right. All off a horse without being stuck in the chest with a snake? You can have a whole section cheering for you waving their Turkey, drumsticks, or whatever. Oh, yeah. No, no. I'm going to be a pass on that. Yeah. But hey, I think just saying has off you want to go out and be a server exactly go recruit out the renaissance. Right. I was thinking. Hey, I know you're gonna talk about the the latest on the Glendale teasing going away is it. No, it's not and the mayor of Glendale is weighing in. And if I am to understand his stance on it. He's concerned for the safety of the general public which sounds like he certainly not on the side of the police in this case. And I'm trying to read it. I'm trying to parse words, I'll grant you that. And we know that Bill Montgomery is the the. Attorney paul. Is taking another look at this. Whatever that kind of terminology means so. It appears that a lot of people took a look at it. The first time around it's unclear if there's any new information. But now that it's public everybody all of a sudden has a new camera angles. As we understand it. The county attorney that there is there was no new information. They had all of the video they had everything to begin with and chose not to do anything. Then they're now choosing to look at it again because of the public outcry. I texted the county attorney this this morning, and he hasn't had a chance to get back to me. No, no, no. I'm just saying because I want because I wanted I wanted to clarification on this because it's it's it's Johnny week. Cross attorney who told ABC fifteen that he was told by Bill Montgomery that they're going to read the game of telephone going on. So it was like third hands fair enough. Yeah. Yeah. But there appears to be some pressure. I mean, that's not we don't need to make that up. There is pressure out there right now to national story to take a look at what the video is is beyond the pale. It'd be video is what it is. You know? I mean, you you you can you can look at it. And. I think majority of people look at it say uncomfortable with that. Yeah, uncomfortable with that. Is that what we want police doing? That's the question is that how you is that how you want to be policed. The very latest on that. Incredible tasing incident out of Glendale.

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"bill montgomery" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"bill montgomery" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thousand ten he recently applied for appointment upcoming vacancy on the supreme court. Dave tyranny is also practice law over fifty years in the community. He was a civil rights volunteer who registered voters in the south in the early nineteen sixties. He got his law degree from Harvard in his his senior partner at his firm. Sex tyranny. Welcome both of you to the show morning. Thank you, Mr. Montgomery. I wanna let you go first since you objected to the report. And and if you would in your question somehow answer, whether you are questioning the the figures on the magnitude of incarceration or simply the necessity. Well, the necessity of incarceration shouldn't be up for argument. There are people who kill who seriously hurt others and who refuse to engage in rehabilitative programming, and so they continue to commit crime. And so there is a portion of the criminal population. Where incarceration is essential to provide for public safety, which has government's first duty in terms of the main objections to the three different reports that issued by forward dot US. They each suffer from some fatal flaws, and they they play with numbers in such a way as to present the most negative view of the role of incarceration within our criminal Justice system and to be specific. The report spans forty years of incarceration data, but it's not their fault, it fails to account for the last two years, and by its focus also fails to be able to take into account that out of the last ten years we've had six years of negative growth in our prison population back the last two years you over here we've had negative growth in the prison population now because they're utilizing uniform crime report data from the FBI they're not able to take into account. The most recent there's a lag there is there. There's a year lag. And based on when they published they weren't able to take into account those last two years, so I want to be fair here too. But the other problem with it is that the report fails to take into context the environment in which crime is committed within Arizona. We share an international boundary with Mexico that is largely unsecured. It's exploited by drug cartels for both human and drug trafficking into the US. In fact, repeatedly year-over-year. The Drug Enforcement Administration identifies Arizona as the main thoroughfare for drug smuggling in the United States. So it should be no surprise then that we have the third highest number of criminal aliens with the single biggest offense that they're incarcerated for in our prisons being drug sales and drug trafficking. That's what the numbers show for. We're dot US fails to acknowledge that fails to account for it, and instead engages in rather broad sweeping generalizations with pointed criticism, it's not fair to resolve it also fails to account for our sentencing statutes, actually work very specific point two in the second report that was issued by forward dot US. They say that they had a hard time assessing the demographics of our prison population. Because there is on it doesn't define violent crime in statute. Yes, we do. We do it thirteen dash seven zero six, and we do it at thirteen dash nine zero one point zero three and in after the first report and in advance of the next two I reached out directly to representatives of the organization to say, you know, if you want to sit down and look at the data, I'm more than happy to help you understand how these statutes work in the types of decisions that we actually make they declined the offer. And instead issued the reports that they did last point I'll make. Felicity was the keynote speaker for the most recent on a town hall on criminal Justice, and in her opening remarks, blatantly misstated, Arizona law and betrayed her utter ignorance of our criminal Justice system works in Arizona. These two specific examples Chechen claimed that if you're arrested for possession of marijuana. And it's in a baggy the prosecutors would use possession of the baggy possession of drug paraphernalia as a predicate felony for them being able to charge you with possession of marijuana that could potentially render you eligible to go to prison as a two-time offenders first off, I two drug user possession. Offenses in Zona you get drug treatment. It's mandatory. There is an exception to that. If you have possession methamphetamine treatment is not mandatory. But if it's your first defense, you're still probation eligible second thing she said was that in Arizona we define cocaine is a dangerous drug and because of a voter initiative called prop three hundred dangerous drugs. Render you eligible for prison. Both of those are false we define cocaine as a narcotic drug in Arizona. It's in our statute. And Secondly, not all dangerous drugs are exempted from mentor treatment to just methamphetamine. So I I have to I think fairly ask if you can't read our law. How can you possibly interpret it or try to analyze it with other data? Okay. Fair statement. We're we're close to halfway through our first half hour. So we'll we'll defer Dave Tierney who I'll give you a chance to respond. Filibuster. Effectively done. You got just a minute less. I would have gone to him. But right after the break will return with Dave tourneys reaction. What he what he just heard? We're here with the county. Attorney Bill Montgomery and attorney Dave tyranny. We'll be back in the think tank.

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Allison Feldman case: DNA leads to arrest in 2015 murder of medical sales rep

Mac and Gaydos

01:12 min | 3 years ago

Allison Feldman case: DNA leads to arrest in 2015 murder of medical sales rep

"The arrests made yesterday in the two thousand fifteen murder of a scottsdale woman ktar gra zelda's the tino is live in the news center with those details maricopa county attorney bill montgomery speaking about the case this morning this particular case is noteworthy in that this may be the first time we have been able to indict somebody using familial dna he says data evidence was used to track down forty two year old e e and mitcham he's accused of killing allison feldman in her scottsdale home three years ago montgomery says dna from the suspect's brother who is behind bars was houston the investigation live in the news center i'm griselda zetino ktar news some kentucky school districts have already announced no classes on friday because of big teacher rallies the superintendent of bullet county schools posting on social media that due to lack of sufficient substitute teachers friday all of its schools will be closed many teachers say they're taking a person day to attend rallies and protests of the state's new pension law bullet county says it will tack it extra day onto the back end of this school year to make up for missed classes friday abc's ryan burrow tucson's paramedics are going to be sitting under the tv reality shows spotlight for the next couple of months filming starts tomorrow for.

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