21 Burst results for "Bob Mcculloch"

Man jailed in sexual assault and killing at St. Louis religious store

Chad Benson

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Man jailed in sexual assault and killing at St. Louis religious store

"Own life. St Louis county police say a tip led to the arrest of Fifty-three-year-old Thomas, Bruce for the sexual assault of two women and the murder of a third at a Catholic supply stores accuser. Bob McCulloch says the motive is still not known. It was horrible thing. He came into the enter the business posing as a customer left. Sensibly to go get a credit card to come in and buys and stuff. But who knows what exactly is gun the arrest of Bruce ended a two day manhunt? That frightened the Saint Louis region and led some schools churches and

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Mcculloch's still supports cash. Bail so as we approach local elections on, August, seventh let's demand the county prosecutor Bob McCulloch publicly commit to end cash bail because money shouldn't determine one's freedom because challenger Wesley bell is made this commitment So why. Can't Bob, McCulloch the ACLU does not. Endorse riposte candidates for office that's hilarious by the way the reason. Wesley bell oppose it because there was a, federal, lawsuit launched by the art city defenders that took him on and he was required by the federal courts to stop the cash bail in the city Charlie begins in the Guinness. Book of world records as? The world's tallest monument our talking about yesterday aero. Would've turned. One eight had, he lived he designed the arch never saw it and I said is it a sculpture or is it a building well it's not the world's tallest monument it's the tallest man made monument in the United States Currently thirty guests really interesting? Talks, about the business in St Louis. And crow that was awesome that was key helper yesterday And, your other guests. ACLU was toll or online They're both. In their during a calf contrast of each other Jeff Weltman was with us from. The ACLU and we appreciated him dropping by it I found him to be very articulate spokesman for the ACLU Just someone other than Charlie Brennan I would troll I wonder if Charlie is ever, hit his wife on this show.

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Richard Russell: Well-liked airline worker who died after stealing plane in Seattle

WBBM Programming

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Richard Russell: Well-liked airline worker who died after stealing plane in Seattle

"Two we have learned the idea of. The airline employees who stole that passenger jet from sea TAC international airport at Seattle Tacoma sea TAC near Seattle crashing it on an island in Puget Sound his name. Was Richard Russell CBS news correspondent Jamie Yuccas is in Seattle the seventy six bombarded was stolen around. Eight pm then piloted by a horizon airlines employee Richard Russell an air traffic controller referred to demand flying the. Plane as rich Job is You know I think they will give you a job doing anything Off Barish on stuff like that About an. Hour after it was stolen the saga ended in a fiery crash Russia's Shanley released a statement saying he was a warm kind and gentle person that they are still struggling with what's happened that his nickname was. Bibo a friend called him the. Funniest person in. The room he was, married he met his wife Hannah when they were both in school and they were both active in their.

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Spurred by Michael Brown's death, councilman ousts longtime county prosecutor

WBBM Programming

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Spurred by Michael Brown's death, councilman ousts longtime county prosecutor

"Chew, on the anniversary week of the. Ferguson shooting death of Michael Brown a black Ferguson city councilman has managed to defeat time Saint Louis prosecutor Bob. McCulloch bells democratic primary upset of seven terms Saint Louis county, prosecutor Bob McCulloch Tuesday all. But assures him victory in November there is no Republican candidate

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Mother of slain youth, Michael Brown, running for Ferguson City Council

KCBS Radio Weekend News

05:06 min | 2 years ago

Mother of slain youth, Michael Brown, running for Ferguson City Council

"Mix Padan head is, the mother of Michael Brown the teenager who was shot and killed by police officer in Ferguson Missouri four, years ago that incident sparked protests in, Ferguson and all around the country her run for, city, council mirrors that Wesley ballot concerned Ferguson citizen who, won a council seat and is now Poised to take on an even, bigger public office more from CBS news correspondent Michelle Miller Democratic primary upset of. Seven terms Saint Louis county. Prosecutor Bob McCulloch Tuesday all but assures him victory. In November there is no. Republican candidate this is a tremendous office year tampers with dad he'd be making any mistake what makes the. Wind so stunning is the four years ago as a, community, we have to get involved bell stood on the front lines of protests in. Ferguson Missouri, trying to quell anger after the shooting death of Michael Brown by. Police officer Darren Wilson my name is promised to deliver change to policing. In his community after a grand jury found. There was not enough evidence to indict Wilson, I would, like to introduce your next city councilman reward change. Came after a strategic door knocking? Campaign earned him a seat on the Ferguson city council what was the need you saw I saw a need for leader Ship three years later he's poised to lead the most impactful, crimefighting office in the county how. Did you win this, see well, we, went, into this campaign the mindset that. We have I should say. Was that we were going to focus on the. Issues we wanted to give. People a reason to be inspired to go to the polls as opposed to the fear and and antagonism. That we see with a lot of elected officials and, that, message resonated as we as we can see bell ran on a criminal Justice. Reform platform, one that included devoting resources for treating addiction and mental health common. Curbing the revolving door of mass incarceration and moving focus for misdemeanor traffic. Tickets to serious crimes the city of Ferguson. Has been under a federal consent decree since, two thousand, sixteen in that time the monitor dismissed all but. Seventeen hundred of the nearly eight? Thousand misdemeanor cases filed against citizens And for sitting next door to Saint Louis now. The nation's murder capital but it's a delicate balancing act between crimefighting and, community policing well here's the thing we're not going to focus our our resources are prosecutors. On nonviolent for example possessions of marijuana instead we're going to reallocate those resources the job of the, prosecutor's office is to, make Saint Louis county safer was it important to unseat the chief prosecutor I've been practicing for, seventeen years, I've seen the. The policies of this office with respect. To lack of commitment to very the two diversionary programs and the cash. Bill system with respect to? Non violent offenders Who are going to. Be released anyway the yet still. Being held on binds that they can't afford to me it's a matter of principle this is where I'm from this is my

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"American. Civil Liberties that's my problem. So let's talk about this ad first of all the ACLU if you make a contribution to, the ACLU and many people did right after president trumps election. They were upset with the the Muslim bans from certain. Countries a lot of my friends went, and, joined the ACLU that's. A tax exempt contribution meaning that yes you make that contribution you get to, deduct that off of your taxes and tax money like that a. Non taxable money like that can be used. For educational purposes it cannot be used for advocacy purposes threat so, you, know, if a charity wants to come on and say, hey, look, we're. Going to fight for the. Liberties of Americans blah blah blah you're allowed to do that that right there seemed to. Me to be crossing or doggone close to crossing, the. Line let let let me. Go even further than you, Michael this goes over the. Line this is in my opinion this is an illegal ad. And let me. Tell you why earlier you use the term it wasn't Coordinated use the term coordinated obviously you know in a lot of circles when it comes to national interest, groups and campaigns there can't be coordination but that kind of. A restriction has no bearing on a five oh one. C. three in other words there doesn't, have, to be a coordination. Any advocacy for a candidate is illegal in fact let me re and I, know this is not exciting but let me read a very brief. Portion from twenty six USC section five oh. One c. three this is the this is the federal statutes regarding, nonprofit, organizations, charitable nonprofits and foundations may not participate in or, intervene, in, including. Publishing or distributing of statements. Any political campaign on behalf of or in opposition to any candidate for political office so. When you look at that definition from the five, oh. One c. three statute I. Think that the ACLU violated, that by coming out against. Bob McCulloch so look this has nothing to do with bell. From my Perspective so let's put him to the side I think he ran a good campaign etcetera etcetera but, I think the question. Is, who could, challenge that law does it have to be a person who made a contribution, to the ACLU who, says hey wait a minute might not for profit tax dollars or. Being used now for. Advocacy purposes or, does it have to be Bob McCulloch. Himself who says boy this is an. Injustice that, was done for me against me where they were using, tax exempt dollars for political purposes well years ago I was involved in a. Similar situation involving churches. Where people were claiming that churches were were endorsing candidates and, coming out in favor of certain candidates and a my recollection from IRS rules at that time, this would have been you know fifteen twenty years ago was that anyone can make. A complaint to the IRS when they believe that a, charitable organization has violated these. Provisions of five oh one c. three I don't believe that a person. Has to, be a party who's been damaged by like bomb Kulla or even, a. Contributor, to the ACLU I believe that anyone because, our tax dollars our systems supports a. Five oh one c three organization so, if, you're. A taxpayer you have standing I, believe to file a complaint? And what my point to Bob to Charlie burning yesterday when he and I were discussing, this, and then you came on afterwards and discussed it was you know this was I had, a real problem when Eric greitens was doing this with his, not, for profit dollars going out and attacking Democrats and doing the same thing the post-dispatch a lot of local commentators around. Here, especially those, left of center we had a real problem with this I don't hear many people speaking up from the left saying what are we doing now what's good for the goose is good for the gander isn't. It you stole my, point Michael, was going to hammer you on that but I'm glad that we agree on this because we're not seeing the similar type of outrage that we saw, with Michael greitens because. I believe it's the ACLU and trust me man I if I had to share its name With Michael Crichton's. Goodness gracious hey we're gonna bust away for a minute we're, gonna couple of.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"National, news Ferguson councilman Wesley, bell defeating longtime Saint Louis county. Prosecutor Bob McCulloch bell joined total. Information AM this morning on camel wax he. Was asked about his message going forward people appreciate a message of inclusion as opposed to the divisiveness that we see regionally nationally far too. Often He campaigned on reforming. The criminal Justice system including cash bail we're talking about reforming the cash flow system we're focusing on now violent offenders who who really don't. Need to seek out of jail when asked if he's considering reopening the, case against former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown did not indicate any plans for that dot Holly and Claire mccaskill you're Republican and democrat candidates for. US, Senate are already arguing over debates mccaskill, wants four townhall debates Holly wants to show up in Saint Charles. This afternoon to debate on the back of a. Flatbed truck nerve word on if. That's enough. Notice for mccaskill insider trader charges, have been announced, against, New York Republican congressman, Christopher Collins by Jeffrey Berman US attorney for the southern district of. New York as alleged in the indictment congressman. Collins cheated our markets and our Justice system in two ways first he tipped his son to confidential corporate Information At the expense of regular, investors and then he lied about. It the law enforcement to cover it up Cam, likes news time twelve, oh, two, more, on the national primaries President Trump is celebrating Tuesday nights election results proclaiming himself on Twitter. Five four five two of those races including the Republican primary for Kansas governor remained. Too close to call Rick, gates us finished his testimony and the financial fraud trial of his former boss Paul Manafort Manafort defense attorney Kevin downing confronted gates over whether he had. Engaged in four extramarital affairs and failed to disclose them to prosecutors before. Becoming a witness, for, the, government gates said, he has, made mistakes a day after he surprised the markets questions about tesla going private. Remain CBS news business reporter Jason Brooks reports don't underestimate Elon Musk's ability to take the electric car maker prophet test was. Board of directors says it's. Considering Elon Musk's proposal to take, the company private at four hundred twenty dollars a share musk says it final decision has not, been, made but he says the company could benefit. From doing away with public shareholder. Scrutiny destination wealth management founder Michael Yoshikuni Says, musk has the ability to get it done. Is. Able to spin a story in terms. Of what tesla is and what, it can't, be and I think, there, are, plenty, of people who are willing to go along with that story musk says he would also. Consider going public again with the company's growth starts to mature and isn't liable to. Wild swings the business Bank, of Saint Louis business desk is CIGNA's acquisition of locally based Express Scripts in trouble activist investor Carl Icahn trying to torpedo the deal he claims it. May well become one of the worst blunders in corporate history Cigna CEO. David cordani responded, on, CNBC, today Cigna and, express both, individually are functioning very well delivering very low medical costs trend growth and the. Combined company will actually further improve affordability the Dow from St. full at this hour is off fifty points came exactly whether. Very warm and humid this. Afternoon sunshine for the most part, the high getting eighty nine clear to partly cloudy down to seventy two nine, tomorrow hot not, too, humid with Son some. Clouds hanging up to. Ninety two and then low to, mid nineties is we heated up Friday, thunderstorms possible.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Prosecuting attorney Wesley bell defeated longtime prosecutor Bob McCulloch bell join total. Information AM last hour and was asked if he would reopen the case of. Former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson bell did not indicate he has any. Plans for that. There's too close to the relationship between the prosecutor's. Office and the police, department and so therefore you need I a special prosecutor but I'll take. It a step further, I think we also meet the we also have the need. To be transparent that is bell talking specifically in general about. Cases of police shootings not specifically about the Darren Wilson case he says he'll put a, policy, together and make it public so everyone knows what the county's policies. Are, on police, shootings just over eleven hundred votes decided the fate of Steve stinger in the democratic primary for. Saint Louis county executives staying or beat Mark montavani to move. On to the November election however montavani, says he. Plans to challenge those results Missourians overwhelmingly said no to prop a right to work a. Big victory for unions, the Republican effort would have enacted new laws limiting union power Jack. Cardi is a, spokesman for, we are MO a group that asked voters to say no they voted against proposition eight because they wanted to protect their own. Hey I mean I think most was earning saw right through this. Cynical attempt to lower their wages and benefits Democrats picked Claire mccaskill Republicans chose. Josh holy to square off Off in November's general. Election for US Senate here's holy at his victory party reserve Clear. Message to the Washington establishment always do To.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Got on scene Cooper doesn't know how serious the injuries are to the mother and son. The cause, of that. Blaze is unknown cable news time six. Thirty three longtime Saint. Louis county prosecutor Bob McCulloch is asking voters for an eighth term in his first election since the controversial Michael Brown grand jury I treat it like any other. Election this is Kevin Colleen Bob McCulloch lost some support when his grand jury issued no charges against the officer who shot Michael Brown. Color says the Obama Justice department reached the same conclusion grand jury came to the identical conclusion that area colder did and, there is no, difference and there was no difference in the evidence everything that the grand jury had Eric Holder head McCullough is. Warning, voters that crime could go up if his opponent wins because he says Wesley bell has no experience as a state prosecutor and. Longtime prosecutors, in the office might quit or get fired also McCullough is afraid. That his opponents position against cash only bail might mean that some Accused violent criminals. Get back on the street while they're awaiting trial Kevin Kelly NewsRadio eleven twenty km away I would just say you have a clear choice this is Carol Daniel. Wesley bell McCullough's democratic challenger says crime is already up under, the longtime incumbents watch is, two thousand twelve or homicide rate is up. One hundred and twenty one percent that's a higher increase in the city since two thousand twelve hours sexual assault rate is, up seventy six, percent but who is this Mizzou law school grad and Ferguson city councilman I started my career as a public. Defender I've served as a judge I currently serve as a prosecutor in the consolidated courts Son of a retired police officer reacting to McCulloch touting his experience bell asks where has it gotten us and says when leadership was needed most after the. Ferguson riots and protests, to write court reforms and, developed community policing. Model bowel, says McCullough was. Nowhere to be found while he says he was. Collaborating, I also had the honor of. Serving on the negotiating team with President Obama's department. Of Justice to. Help. Create and help right. The Ferguson, consent decree with the help of a lot. Of good people.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Some other issues but try to address those now the criminal justice system may not be the perfect place to do that but right now that's what we're doing and and hopefully it'll pick it up long before anybody ever gets to that situation where they're in the justice system but while they're there when they get there so over the years we worked on as prosecutors legislation that allows for expunge of records in certain situations you know guy has a drug conviction we help craft the language for the for the current statute that after a period of time crime free time i'm under such circumstances those convictions can be expunged they can go away you can you're free to say then that no i've never been convicted of crime so and there needs to be room for that know we do probation us probation is extensively as possible to address that without putting the public endanger there's a balancing act there where you wanna you want to take care of this case but you don't wanna put the pub at any greater danger than you have to i started a diversion program actually kinda got sidetracked and twenty four twenty fourteen for a bit but in two thousand thirteen started a diversion program where we take at risk youth kids at our yet not just kids but seventeen eighteen to about twenty five who are committing crimes that that aren't violent crimes but they're using drug related in some fashion and maybe stealing something to support a drug habit they may maybe you know selling we'll dope here and there but try to keep them out of the system altogether and i look we've got a case we can file a charge on this but here's what i'm willing to do you go into this diversion program if you're in school you stay in school if you're not in school you get back in school you get high school education at least you get a job keep a job you keep us informed of all this they'll be random drug testing drug counseling can do that you do your part for at least a year and everything goes fine and my part will be that i will never ever file these charges against you it won't happen you never you know have pled guilty to something or even have the charge pending against you so.

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"I'm also recognize that people make mistakes you know and and there are ways to remedy those mistakes that may be coming into the criminal justice system there's probation there's drug treatment know i started the drug court in saint louis county almost twenty years ago and we've had hundreds of success stories coming out of there and it's we've always treated that as a public health issue the drug addiction whether when i first started it was heroin and then it moved to pcp and then there were the meth was the big scourge and cocaine crack cocaine war in our back to heroine and opiates so but we've always tried to treat that and more so now as a public health issue you know we had nearly two hundred overdose deaths in saint louis county along last year those are opioid overdose deaths now two hundred people in saint louis county died from the flu last year we would have been all over that saying hey this is an issue we've gotta find out what's causing this and do something about it and we're finally heading in that direction i think with the opioid crisis you know trying to regulate it in some fashion which you have to do but the same time saying there's a problem here this is a public health prom people are dying in record numbers from this and we've got to figure out the cause of that address it as a public health issue the same time with the drug court and and expanding that to cover dwi alcoholism expanding that to to work with those who have mental health issues most recently with the veterans court you know the veterans administration in conjunction with them we run a veteran's court where these guys have the same issues for the criminal with the criminal justice system but at the same pri you know where they've committed crimes they've done that they may have a drug addiction they may have some mental health issues whether it's ptsd from combat.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Adversaries with ferguson with the rams with the mls vote and with crime as a whole insane lewis i think right now there's there's an understandable justification whether you want to look at it from it's high time that people recognize we need to get better or at least mcnally that there are problems in in the region with respect to your specific area of expertise crime what is your perspective on crime in the saint louis region grant you're in saint louis county but still what is your perspective on the perspective on it we have and we concentrate when i say we i mean the prosecutor's office offers we concentrate on violent crime certainly that's something we take very seriously and try to try to eliminate it we're never going to eliminate it completely but but manage it you know we go after people who are responsible for committing violent crimes and what we've it's not a big secret is that there's a very small percentage of people who commit a very large percentage of the violent crime that's out there and so we work with the other agencies around the state with the federal government the us attorney's office in trying to address those specific issues whether it's guns and seemed following guns and seeing where they are what guns are used in what crimes and making sure that everybody has that information and at the same time working on on as we have for years and something we just never got around i would say one thing i'm very bad at is publicizing what we do what we've done for a long time is on nonviolent issues you need to address those you need to address those cases whether they're drug cases drug shale cases property crimes does have to be addressed but.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Really doing the ferguson case then brings to the forefront police and certainly being at the centerpiece of many discussions in this now of course as well beyond saint louis this is nationwide or what are your thoughts on those discussions that discussions of dashboard cams and whether or not man would be an asset going forward what is your perspective i think dash cams are great i think that you'll be dash cam in in every place car where we have seen them and i think that's going to become much more wiedeman body cameras or are going to help but i think there are drawbacks to body cameras to in that you know if there's something going on if somebody's running chasing after i'm sure you've seen the body cannery to get a little dizzy to watch them but the dash cams are are much better they have a much wider perspective for one and they don't have that not your business tripod that's for so i think those i think those are great benefit for everybody in in the widespread use of those i think that's that's terrific you know years ago we started recording interogations you know and that's that's been that's been beneficial i think to the entire system because now people can look at that and say you know well here's what went on from start to finish here's what happened during this this interrogation of the interview of a witness so i think that's only that's only good only good comes from that so but i think you know we certainly still have a long way to go and we've come a long way too i think that that the relationship is still needs a lot of work certainly and and you know the police working with the community and the community working with the police i mean it's it's a partnership it's gotta be a partnership or not adversaries with with burton.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"And the circumstances were tragic but i'm both eric holder and the justice department came to the conclusion that it was a justified use of force under the circumstances why do you think the doj waited one hundred one days well they you'll have to ask them hair colour is gonna come to kirkwood to talk with me but i'll try i think they yeah they i i really can't there was no they had all of the information now they did put together a report where they detailed a the testimony of witnesses and then made determinations as to you know in the report as to this witnesses not credible because of this this witness is credible because of this so it was the report that was being made i think they also wanted to release it the same time they had another report on the on the ferguson in and of itself so they were both released at the same time but i urge everybody to go back when when i know there's still a lot of folks think somehow you know we just skewered the presentation so much that in order to get a no true bill which couldn't be further from from accurate on what is no true bill no jams i'm sorry i'm sorry indictment ocho charges right right right and so in reality we presented to them everything you can search from maine to miami the san diego to seattle and back and not find a an officer involved fatal shooting that was more thoroughly investigated or vetted than this case and by an independent entity and that's the grand jury saint louis county grand jury was picked by judge we have nothing to do with picking the grand jury which is another thing that kinda got tossed around in some some outlets that i am panel to grand jury i i don't know who's going to show up in a grand jury until the judge sends us the people that he or she has picked to serve on the grand jury and in this case that was in may this grand jury was not brought in just for this case they had been there since may and we're nearing the end of their turn and so they had all of that evidence now was different in that all of the information.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"On august ninth two thousand fourteen michael brown is shot and killed by police officer darren wilson i it's a saturday morning when you are made aware of what has transpired in ferguson what is the process for you in your role well our role is we're not police but we obviously work very closely with the police i have a prosecutor on call twenty four hours a day seven days a week i'm strictly for homicide cases and officer involved shootings we've had that for years long before this occurrence and so i got a call from my prosecutor who got a call from the police as the county homicide was crimes against persons was notified they notified my prosecutor so i i knew something had occurred almost immediately and so i would get updates on it normally my prosecutor would go to the scene but in this case it was it was advised that she not go to the scene because there were it was becoming a rather hot scene if you will and so she didn't go she didn't go to the scene then but we kept in touch with that so so we were involved in it from the very outset but but a very different role obviously than than hope it's obvious than than the police the police had the investigation and you know we look at everything afterwards in a nutshell because it took on such local national even international significance that under different circumstances the investigation would have been completed and then it would be presented to my office and then we would go through it and do whatever additional or gather whatever additional information we thought necessary and then perhaps presented to the grand jury or not resent to the grand just depending upon the circumstances but here because there was such a public concern as to what was going on then than i thought it best that that we just immediately start presenting information to the grand jury what a lot of people.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Sort of the court of appeals about now six or eight months into the clerkship in a judge new i wanna do apply to the prosecutor's office so so i did that and i lied in the city and the county and fortunately it worked out with the county county called and hired me i so and in really been a staple in saint louis saint louis county yeah ever since well yeah i did i i served as an assistant for about a little over seven years and kind of worked my way up you know you you everybody starts off at the bottom you start off doing traffic dockets and misdemeanor cases and that was a big deal and and worked away up so by the time i had left seven plus years later i was trying to a lot of the major cases in the office a lot of murder cases rape cases than the like so so had a great deal of experience with that and it was it was difficult even the office i really wanted to stay but you just couldn't afford it you could make a you couldn't make a career of it then because it just we had we were married had kids kids get expensive title got a nine month old cheap day just been told by yourself so so i had to move on i went into private practice for awhile and again luck intervened in that mister westfall who is the prosecutor who was my boss and a mentor decided that he was going to run for county executive which which opened up the seat for prosecutor nineteen ninety nine so well i would love to go back and do that and be a prosecutor again so we took a chance with long lot of other people and i was very fortunate that it that it worked out and i don't know i don't know people tie you this they'd have to be probably following cases in saint louis pretty closely you immediately have the axle rose guns and roses case that was the that was the second big case that was first year was first year was very interesting eleven days in to my term i guess warning on january one and on january eleventh.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"You does that to me does that moment you think influence the direction you aound choosing with your career your life i don't think that moment did i think the preceding fifteen years or twelve years is only twelve years old but my the fact that my father had been in law enforcement so we were around law enforcement all the time even after my father was killed my uncle is still a police officer and so we still new a lot of police that we're just kinda round law enforcement all the time so i think the fact that he had been a police officer had more of an impact than than the fact of course that he was that he was killed so many high school or even college undergrad have no idea what we wanna do your time comes did you know law not particularly i mean i i kinda thought it some point probably mid high school i thought well you know you know probably end up as a gone plea like the policeman so but obviously that that w isn't gonna work out when i senior year at some knee issues and so that kind of ended that's a lightwave describing what it was a you call me sprained my ankle with tell where actually i'd been i had been a distance runner so i was very fortunate because i had problems with the knee of the usual stuff runner might have cartlidge events an end so they were doing some surgery on it and and the doctor discovered something that wasn't right turned out to be a tumor had on cancer.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"A big influence like any kid would regardless i think of of you know what your parents profession is it was like anything else you know my father like most of the fathers in the neighborhood worked shifts what are they they're working to shift at the at the chevy plant on on natural bridge or shift in the police department it would just kind of rotating shifts sometimes around during the day sometimes they're not around during the day his was a little bit different because because of the dog the dog dog was a drug dog and was involved in a lot of searches back in the day so he might get called out anytime day or night for that but that was an interesting time to when we had we have a great pet around the house was a working dog so it was it was a little different that was different from most but in nineteen sixty four though my father was was killed in the line of duty and that that had a big affect of course as you might expect not so much on law enforcement but like any twelve year old you know what regardless of the circumstances you lose apparent use especially someone to violence that that's what impacted me that i was twelve years old so it wasn't like a police officer with killed mohana duty it was my father was killed he's not coming home so that has a big affect on on a kid and so but i think overall you know the fact that he spent time in the police depar.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Mckernan show from the hormone expert dot com studios thank you so much for coming in this is this is this is an honor sit down and have a chance to have a conversation with you so i really sincerely appreciate it very glad to do it and thank you i'm i'm curious what your your background is because you come from a family associated with the police department and how much that has influenced you is is you grew up and got into your career sure that's i'm i'm a local guy arn barn and dragged up in saint louis what part of our side you know i i i was born about eight houses off a good fellow little little south of natural bridge and grew up about eight houses off goodfellow on the other side north and natural okay we never moved too far and went to school you know we were cut off from everything with the highway in a small arms plant so i did all my run around we lived in a city a all my running around in pine lawn or th would at area what the school they're in grade school they're okay but yeah we have i think a pretty good family history with with law enforcement and public service primarily police but there there've been others public service involved firefighters and but mostly law enforcement i'd say and your father was was a saint louis police officer city police officer in the canine division when they started the canine division he had been on probably about ten years and i think they started the canine division in about nineteen fifty nine or sixty and so he was one of the one of the first officers in that in that group and tell me about his career and experienced the influence on you well you know of course it had.

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

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"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcculloch" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Yes yes welcome into the tim kernan show on the inside l podcast network i'm your host tim mckernan from the homeowner expert dot com studios this week our guest to saint louis county prosecuting attorney bob mcculloch our conversation begins with his childhood and experiencing the death of his father a police officer killed in the line of duty and all the way to present day and of course over the course of that time he has become saint louis county prosecuting attorney with numerous cases that have not only gotten large local attention but especially in the cases of to national attention in one being axl rose and guns and roses at riverport nearly at this point thirty years ago and of course ferguson which we spend a great deal of time discussing with bob mcculloch and that of course taking place in two thousand thousand fourteen so all of that is here to common a conversation a candid conversation with the saint louis county prosecuting attorney it all comes your way from the home loan expert dot com studios and ryan kelly and his staff making this podcast possible and i wanna make sure that i conveyed to our listeners something that ryan has said to me in that is this that right now if you have credit card debt this is the time to capitalize on a cashout refinance home values continue to go up meanwhile interest rates are extremely low and lessen the average household has sixteen thousand dollars of credit card debt and the way things are set up it is very difficult to get out of that hole well with ryan kelly in with his team at the home loan expert dot com you can get out of.

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