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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

06:44 min | 11 months ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Over calm. No, no, You are two forties emote to Allegro to control. How is that bad? It ain't good. Once they step back into the state of Texas that will be arrested and brought to the Texas capital and we will be conducting business. You know, you can't just walk into work whenever you feel like it. We have rules here. And when you break the rules, you're going to pay the consequences. Wait, pay the consequences or face the consequences. Face the consequences Face the consequences from swabs, hacks and moon bats. Beware. It's Howie Carr. 844 540 to 40 to want to talk about the BC situation woke university Chestnut Hill. Now it's It's very sad and, uh, disappointing. As Charlie Parker would say. But I got a couple other stories I wanted to get to first just local stories here. This is, you know, in the halls of justice, the only justices in the halls Alleged failed East Boston kidnapper was wearing a GPS device because the judge had let him out of jail worry while he awaited trial on child rape charges. Stop me if you've heard this one before. Man charged with attacking and trying to kidnap unease. Boston woman only recently moved to the neighborhood from a local suburb as he awaits trial on multiple child rape charges and where a judge agreed to let him move to East Boston as long as he agreed to stay at home, which he didn't Corey David 21. He was arraigned in the East Boston Municipal Court. He was held without bailed until a dangerous hearing scheduled for tomorrow. On July 7th. He alleged. That was a week ago, I guess or less than I was left of that was last Wednesday, he allegedly tried grabbing a woman around the corner at Bremen and Quarter streets where he lived and again on July 9th when police officers spotted him outside of his, uh of his apartment. So this guy Cory David, he was indicted two years ago when he was 19 on two counts of forcible rape of a child, three counts of rape of a child, five counts of indecent assault and battery on a child under 14 and two counts of indecent assault and battery on a person over 14 for incidents in the law. That indictment came after he was arrested on charges that year that he had violated probation in an earlier child rape conviction. He just turned 21. According to the Suffolk County D. A s office, a Middlesex Superior Court judge, could we have a name? Police here? We need a name. I'll try to get the name tomorrow. Agreed to release David. The whole house arrest over the objection of Middlesex prosecutors in February of this year. Marian Ryan is the A in Middlesex County. Do you know how Bad you have to be for her office to object. The bail I mean, she's it's impossible to find out the the identity, the immigration status of a perp in her her courts, and that's the biggest county in, uh And Massachusetts. Okay. Meanwhile, you remember Sonja Faruq. She was the one of the two crooked. Police. The two crooked State police chemists or state lab chemist. She didn't work for the state police, but she handled police task for the public Health Department who do not have done such a magnificent job. With coverage that the with the coronavirus panic. And they they were just falsifying. There was any do can who was just falsifying reports? And then there was Sonia Faruq, who was falsifying reports and she was ingesting all of the evidence, and so when they decided to investigate it, finally They They put these two. They put these that these assistant attorneys general on the case. They used to work with them Mara Healy and work with her for a while after she became a G and they just decided, you know, there's too much stuff here to do. Why are we working so hard? You know, And so they just started covering up the evidence of this of the fact that they were frame that this woman Sonia Faruq was framing clients. So finally, after years, this, this one she was arrested. I think in 2012, and then she was convicted. She went to prison all this stuff. The board of Bar Overseers has finally ruled the three assistant attorneys general engaged in numerous acts of misconduct relating to the attorney general's prosecution of drug lab chemist Sonia Faruq. Former assistant attorneys general and Kaczmarek and Chris Connelly Foster and former chief of the Criminal division. John Burner, failed to disclose exculpatory evidence as to the timing and the scope of Phair axe, drug use and tampering. Rose. He was the hearing officer found that at least one of the attorneys responsible for intentional misrepresentations to accord and third party's failure to properly supervise subordinates, lack of confidence and diligence and conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice. Rose will recommend sanctions after additional briefs are filed by each party is recommending what discipline should be opposed. Sanctions would have to be approved by the Supreme Judicial Court. Rose listed several pieces of evidence cash American Burner discovered but did not disclose to the judge, for example, mental health worksheets, which Sparrow she's the chemist who was snorting up all the evidence. One day she was doing drug tester claiming to do drug tests while she was on LSD. And she she had one of these, uh, you know, with these, there was a warm day. So she had the window up and she had one of those what he called Japanese things that click together. Pretty call. What? I forget what you call those things. They were like clicking together, and she thought there was like an invasion or something going on, because she was on acid, and she was just like marking off their They had asset. They had acid they had. They had coat. One time She got a bag of a jar of boxes. Like 60. Oxy is all white all the nice white once she ate them all, and she sent back a mixed bag of pills, including some Vitamins, some Flintstones vitamins or something. She sent him back to the police department. And this went on for years. Has Merrick didn't follow up on information about forex possible use of oxycodone like cocaine, which did not fit into the model of other far act drug use.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Snow now hitting Boston. We have some treacherous driving conditions out there, and some really slick areas was spin out as well. We'll tell you where all coming up at 1 33 and 1 34, but right now we have breaking news. He was once named People magazine's most eligible bachelors back in the 2000. Well today, former prosecutor Gary's a Rolla is in custody. Once again accused of rape and considered dangerous. This afternoon of Boston Municipal Court judge ruled that's a Rolla is dangerous and will be held until his trial as a Rolla has been accused of rape five times. He's also facing charges for another alleged rate from 2016 bail was posted at $10,000 for that case. The roller also charged with breaking and entering. But again Siro HLA being held after his dangerousness hearing Karen Regal covering the court hearing, she'll be joining us throughout the afternoon in Washington with Democrats and control of the Senate. The second impeachment trial of former President Trump takes center Stage A. Some Republicans aren't too eager to hold a trial since the president has already left office. Saying it will just get in the way of confirming President Biden's nominees and further divide the nation. But some Democratic senators say they can multi task among them. Minnesota Senator former presidential candidate Amy Clover charm The American people are doing it every single day there juggling their toddlers on their knees and their laptops on their desk there teaching their first graders how to use mute buttons to learn to read. I just see no reason that we have to keep using some archaic way of doing business. A trial can't happen until the House Since that single article of impeachment to the U. S. Senate. We heard today from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. She hasn't said when it might happen, But Massachusetts Democrat Senator Ed Markey was on CNN today. He says it could happen as soon as tomorrow. Also in court today, a bold a man charged in the Capitol Hill riot Ah zoom hearing from Boston to D. C is set for the two o'clock hour so getting underway shortly for Mark, say, Haiti of mold in the Feds say that he was the driving force behind rounding up locals to head to D. C. They also have photographs showing, say, Haiti with native Town leaders Suzanne I any marching in D C and then inside the Capitol building during the riots. It's 1, 33. And again. We've had extensions of a travel warning from the National Weather Service. So.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Gary's A. Rolla, the prosecutor turned defense attorney who was facing charges of rape and breaking and entering. Level. BBC's Karen Regal was in the courtroom and joins me now live, Karen. Carries a Rolla war. A wrinkled navy suit, fix glasses with plastic frames and a pair of handcuffs as he stood before the judge Laurie, this is the fifth time he has been accused of rape. His attorney. Pretty much threw everything he could at the wall to try and keep his client out of jail and it didn't work. He tried to say that the Women who have accused Gary Dorota were drunken shouldn't have been drinking in one case, citing alleged victim's medical condition. He said that his client would suffer in jail because of covert. But the prosecutor said that Carries a role appeared to have no problem going out to the north End appeared to have no problem going out to dinner appear to have no problem going out about town, and the judge appears to have agreed, sending Gary Corolla to jail pending his second rape trial. He's already awaiting trial on the 2016 charge. He was out on his own recognizance, so he had to check in with a parole and things along those lines. That trial was pushed back due to Cove. It 19 Gary's a. Rolla and 22,001 was raided by People magazine, one of the nation's most eligible bachelors. Now he's sitting in jail till his trial reporting from Boston Municipal Court. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. All right, Karen, Thank you Keep it right here throughout the afternoon for Karen's live updates on WBZ news radio on again, the I Heart radio app. So Florida is cracking down on something we've never seen before in history. It's called vaccine tourism. People are traveling to Florida from other states, other nations to get a vaccine shot to get in the front of the line. It's not cheap. CBS is men Well before has reporting from West Palm. Francis Suarez is the mayor of Miami, where the vaccine supplies already limited. What do you propose happens? There needs to happen then to prevent those who are coming, but just for a vaccine. From getting. I think what we need to do is be able to verify people's addresses and make sure that there is someone from the community of the attitude is is almost winning The lottery. Martin Firestone is a travel insurance broker in Toronto, Canada, or the vaccine isn't expected until the fall. Many of his.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is 12 43. Let's find out what's going on on those roads. Right now. It's Kevin Brennan. The super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Good afternoon, cap. Good afternoon there Lower yet. Not so good west of the city. You got the snow still coming in here and let's get a little bit heavier. Now west of Route 1 28 In the further West, you go, the more slippery these conditions they're getting. I was starting now We're starting to see some crashes and spinouts further out to the West route. 1 90 South bound getting reports of a spit out just before 2 90 that Wooster stretch route to westbound get reports of a crash out by route 1 40 that Westminster and then another out by route 68 gardeners so very slippery conditions out there anything untreated. Is going to be quite a challenge, the on and off ramps of the major highway second, every roadways as well are certainly going to be an issue, especially along 4 95. Now that's starting a went up the roadways, a bid and again, you're gonna want to keep those speeds down, especially west of 4 95, now close to the Boston Not too bad yet downtown Boston. Down and brain treats. 93 North bound You slowdowns getting by the lane closure on the ramp to Route three here in Braintree. This report sponsored by his equal, Pure Z's. You have to be up in five hours, two hours and you haven't slept vics equal. Pure zis is drug free blend of botanicals with an optimal dose of melatonin that helps you fall asleep naturally and wake with no next day grogginess is equal, pure sees naturally superior sleep. Kevin Brennan. WBC's traffic on the threes way do have some snow right now. It's definitely spreading out east from Worcester County, and we're going to check in lot with meteorologist Bob Larson in 10 minutes, So keep it right here. Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good afternoon. It is Thursday. And here are the five things you need to know what 12 45 this afternoon. A Boston Municipal Court judge ruling a short time ago.

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Boston defense attorney accused of rape, break-in, held without bail

WBZ Midday News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Boston defense attorney accused of rape, break-in, held without bail

"Police arrest a former Suffolk County prosecutor and defense attorney and charge him with rape. Investigators say Gary is a Rolla, once named one of People magazine's most eligible bachelors was wanted on a warrant issued out of Boston Municipal Court for rape and breaking and entering. Sirola was ordered held without bail at his arraignment yesterday.

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Suffolk DA slams Boston judge for demanding defendant appear in court despite pandemic

WBZ Afternoon News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Suffolk DA slams Boston judge for demanding defendant appear in court despite pandemic

"A a justice justice on on the the state's state's highest highest court. court. Stop a local judge from making defendants come to court in person WBZ Suzanne Sauce Ville has the story. To say Rollins is frustrated is an understatement Ground on date, because if it is, I'm not happy. It's the second time in two weeks, Rollins has had to ask a judge in the SJC to stop Boston Municipal Court Judge Mark Somerville. From violating the court's own covert 19 policy of allowing defendants to appear in court virtually which is permitted and actually required in certain circumstances, And then when they don't he is issuing warrants, which is potentially taking away their liberty And Rollin says it's costing taxpayers money. You know if we were able to get costs Out of this. I would be asking for that because it's a complete waste of my time. My staff time I requested comment from the judge with PMCs media relations, but have not heard back. Suzanne Saz Bill WBZ, Boston's news radio president, Trump addressing the G 20 summit today

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of education or drop out to help their families put food on the table. You could help change their futures in a single moment. See how far your support can go it unbound on or g'kar 42 degrees in Boston under mostly clear sky. I'm Jack Hart WBZ traffic on the threes. Here's the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast and she clouds head and chilly this morning Low 34 downtown to the upper twenties across the inland suburbs. Any morning sunshine all the way to increasing clouds later on today, high 44 Party tonight with a couple of showers. Developing late temperatures will be steadier, slowly rising and cloudy, breezy and mount her Monday with occasional rain and drizzle High 58 We dry things out on Tuesday with Sunshine will be brisk and chillier high. 42 I'm AccuWeather meteorologist. Chi Erickson WBZ Boston's news radio. Good morning. I'm Dan Walk INS. Here's what's happening. Suffolk County D A. Rachel Rollins accuses a judge of continuing to violate a standing order that allows certain defend Tends to appear in court virtually because of covert 19 as WBZ. Suzanne SAWS Ville reports For the second time in two weeks, Rollins has filed an emergency petition with a Supreme Judicial Court judge to stop him. In October, Boston Municipal Court Judge Mark Somerville ordered that a defendant appear in person and issued an arrest warrant when he wasn't And two weeks ago, a single justice of the Supreme Judicial Court granted the petition We filed to say, Knock it off, Judge Summer Go. You have to comply with the standing order and vacate the warrant that he issued. Then on.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"48 degrees in Boston at 10 o'clock. Good evening. I'm Dan Walk ins. Here's what's happening. Suffolk County D A. Rachel Rollins accuses a judge of continuing to violate a standing order that allows certain defendants to appear in court virtually because of covert 19 as WBZ. Suzanne saw Jill reports those second for the second time in two weeks. Rollins has filed an emergency petition with a Supreme Judicial Court judge. To stop him. In October, Boston Municipal Court Judge Mark Somerville ordered that a defendant appear in person and issued an arrest warrant when he wasn't Then two weeks ago, a single justice of the Supreme Judicial Court granted the petition We found to say, knock it off Judge Summers all you have to comply with the standing order and vacate the warrant that he issued. Then on Friday, Roland says Somerville did it again. He could not be reached for comment. But Rollins says something needs to be done to rein in what she calls rogue judges. We're gonna hold the police accountable. Let's hold judges accountable as well and make sure that there's some sort of transparency about what's going on there, she says. Someone who's in control needs to take control. This is a public health crisis and was the wild West over there. Suzanne Saz Ville WBZ Boston's news radio, world leaders participated virtually at the Saudi hosted G 20 summit. Did efforts to fight the pandemic and a global recession dominating talks. CBS is Chip Reid reports that President Trump participated in the Webinar style meeting on the first of two days. Not surprisingly, President Trump was tweeting about his efforts to overturn the presidential election results, he wrote quote We will show massive and unprecedented fraud. But what was surprising So that he was tweeting about that, at the same time that he was participating with foreign leaders in a G 20 summit. Soon after that the president headed for the golf course. Instead of participating in a session on fighting the global pandemic that was Chip Reid reporting, the latest on a potential covert vaccine as numbers spike in all 50 states. Both Fizer and Madonna now have potentially viable vaccines. Visors vaccine is being submitted to the FDA for emergency use. Author Realization, But Donna is not far behind them. ABC So in love it, Lopez has more. If approved, visors vaccine could come before Christmas. Both fighters right maternal reported no serious side effects in their clinical trials, both requiring two doses of the vaccine if authorized for emergency use off the 20 million Americans could get vaccinated. By the end of the year now. Normally, the process to approve a new vaccine can take about a decade. But the federal government is using various methods to dramatically speed up the process for covert 19 vaccines. It's 10 03 traffic and weather together now, starting with the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes with Jack Hart. How's it going, Jack? Back to bad, Dan. We do have a crash right now. Ruth three heading South bound in Marshfield, that just south of route 1 39 couple of cars involved in that situation. It is backing up a little bit, so be careful as you head in through there. Otherwise, roots 95 24 down to the south. Doing well, all is well out to the Western Good shape on routes. 1 92 90 Mobile to work showing up on 2 90 eastbound by Lake Lyn Sigman That's in Shrewsbury, just causing a very short delay happening up to the north from pretty good shape on routes. 93 3 traveling route 95 from Salisbury right into downtown right into Peabody. All is well. Going down Route one. You'll hit a snag. Once you get past route 16 and Revere and continuing down towards the Tobin Bridge in Chelsea. We do have some crews out there. Stretch of that road way will be closed down Traffic, detour it off the road and then back on. It's gonna be a little confusing. But you're gonna be okay. Follow the signs, and all will be well. Downtown looks pretty good. Inbound on store drive short delay at the leverage Circle. I'm Jack Hart WBZ 24 Hour Traffic network. And here's Bob Summer Book with the forecast colder tonight with patchy clouds low 34 downtown to the upper twenties for inland suburbs Tomorrow will be chillier morning sunshine, followed by afternoon clouds high of 44 couple of showers around later tomorrow night, otherwise slowly rising temperatures on Monday. Clouds and breezy some rain and drizzle high 56 Tuesday. Some sunshine Brisk in Chile High 42 Wednesday will be dry, then ring likely Wednesday night and Thanksgiving Day. Hi Wednesday in the forties, reaching into the upper fifties for Thanksgiving Day. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist Bob Smart Back WBZ Boston's news radio Effective Today. Maine and New Hampshire are no longer considered to be lower risk for covert 19 under the Massachusetts travel rules, that means upon arrival to Massachusetts from those states. Only the quarantine for two weeks or present a negative test from within 72 hours of arrival. That leaves only Vermont and Hawaii exempt from the rule, and it also throws a wrench into a lot of people's Thanksgiving plans, as health officials continue to advise people to stay home for the holiday. Tonight's winning lottery numbers and Massachusetts 5736. That's 5736 in sports. Gordon Hayward has signed a four year $120 Million contract with Charlotte Hornets, The 30 year old swing man spent the last three seasons with the Celtics and tweeted out.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And county level with chief law enforcement. Whether it's US attorney leveling Attorney General Healy or DEA. Rollins, You will be held accountable if you do this now. Certainly, if you have, you know, emotional Or cognitive impairments. We will get you the help that you need, But you will not be out here Engaging in this roller says she doesn't believe what has happened is part of any formal election interference at Boston Municipal Court. Karen Regal W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio one week and one day until the election. Saito three traffic and weather together. The super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes and here's My King Has it looking out there, Michael Nice and quiet out there For the most part, Madison. We do have some roadwork going up. Really? That's about it will start up to the North. This is the local connector north bound that's jammed up for about a half mile with bridge work going on up after 4 95 closer to exit three for industrial after right lane is closed up there. And for 95 north is now slow in Westford with road we're going up by Boston Road is where things are good with the upper end of 1 28 through 1 93 North Clear 34 minutes from this Egypt for 95 things. We're good on the expressway and Ruth three on the South Shore, the lower end of 1 20 eights. Good coming down through dead him in Westwood downtown. Nice and quiet. Coming in along story. Dr. You're in good shape there. The lower deck of 93, the Zaken Bridge. The lever connector. All check out okay in the mass turnpikes, indecent, decent shape as well. My king W B C's traffic on.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And we go to ABC News with the latest update charge to get her confirmation completed ahead of election. I have faith. Inject Parentsability. Fairly interpret the law. And apply it cases before her. Nothing more. And nothing less senators, including Texas Republican John Cornyn, taking to the floor before the vote, toe outline their support or opposition Delaware Democrat Chris Coons critical of the way Republicans went about the nomination process they are ramming through. For a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court. President Trump's nominee In a rush and partisan process in the midst of an ongoing presidential election. A senior White House official says. Judge Barrett will be sworn in tonight shortly after the Senate vote face coverings will be required at that event. President Trump is on his way back to Washington following campaign events in Pennsylvania today. Margaret Malard ABC News Again in Washington, D C. Senators have begun taking their seats on Capitol Hill. They will take a vote some time tonight to confirm Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Also tonight, W B Z TV reporting that up Boston Police are investigating another mailbox tonight, not a ballot box, A mailbox this one on Boylston Street, a block away from where a ballot drop off box was burned early Sunday. The mailbox being weird. Move tonight. Officials say the mail was being collected this afternoon around four o'clock when they noticed burnt envelopes the male wouldn't have been collected since Saturday afternoon. In the meantime, the man accused of setting that ballot box on fire was in court today, and W B C's Karen Regal was their world. Armand appeared but didn't appear in Boston Municipal Court hiding behind a door, the prosecutor here, says Amon let something on fire and dropped into the belle of box outside Boston Public Library. He also alleged lighter was found in a man's position and that a man's right hand was burned. Earlier, Suffolk DEA Rachel Rollins told reporters are messages were working closely on the federal, state.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That more infections would come with more activity this fall, especially with the start of an academic school. You're here in the city Mayor Walsh says. They're saying case increases in both college and noncollege numbers, and that's why he's waiting longer than the rest of the state to enter the next stage of reopening. I would much prefer to hold back on this face thin in three weeks. You have to see on this podium in shutting city of Austin Donohue. The city says it's trying to target areas where the positive infection rate is going up, including East Boston and parts of Dorchester. James RoHaas, W B Z, Boston's NewsRadio and Developing right now. Boston Police say they have arrested a man in connection with yesterday's crash outside the public garden that's seriously injured A woman Keith Andre Dis, set to be arraigned today in Boston Municipal Court. He is accused of driving a stolen pickup truck hitting the victim and then taking off Simply walking away very calmly, according to witnesses, But now he is in custody and do in Boston Municipal Court later today, it's 9 30. Let's hit the road. It's traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Here's Laurie Grand. Well, we get a couple of vehicle fires out there right now. In fact, a trailer is on fire. This is on 45 sap on the right at Mass AB in north and over. The right lane and the center lane are currently blocked off as emergency vehicles and fire departments. Of course around the scene there. Same deal we have 1 28 north. Ah, car fire. It's in the breakdown lane. Luckily now, right by Todd Pond Road in Waltham, and we're expect we're expecting to see more delays. There's they continue to clear those problems. North bound expressway is tied up from Freeport Street to sound Captain Street. No relief there just yet. Same deal for the lever connector down, wrap. That's that's still tougher getting off a 93 onto store or drive. Now do the work crews on Route one North found the ramp to fourth Street is closed off if you normally use that could be closed off throughout the day today for 95 north, bad in herel Expect a bit of a slow down the right hand lane is closed off. His work is continuing between the Ward Hill connector and River Street. Laurie granted visas traffic on the three little bit of rain, a lot of clouds and still some sunshine along the shoreline here in Boston this morning. We've got it all and it's going Continue to be one of those days,.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Frustration. American factory workers received nothing but broken promises and brazen sellouts and lost jobs. The president, noting that in 2018 he signed an executive order imposing tariffs on foreign made washing machines, He added. The world pools nine factories across the US are now thriving, like never before because of what he's done. President also makes some of his most personal attacks. Yet on Joe Biden is in Ohio to tour the world. Manufacturing plan. But President Trump began with an airport rally, claiming Joe Biden is against everything he and his supporters stand for hurt. Survival Hurt God, He's against God, he's against guns. In fact, Joe Bynes repeatedly said he supports the Second Amendment but thinks the U. S should ban mass shooter assault weapons. He is also a practicing Catholic and he feels ABC News Washington. The presumptive Democratic nominee, says if elected, he wouldn't protect President Trump from prosecution. I will not interfere with the Juste department's judgement of whether or not they think they should pursue the prosecution of anyone that they think is violated the law. Speaking to the National Association of Black Journalists and Hispanic journalists, Biden said it's not good for democracy to be talking about prosecuting former presidents. The former vice president also says the Justice Department is not the president's. That law firm and he wouldn't have discretion to tell an attorney general what or who should be investigated. No more hidden cameras on phone poles without permission. W busies Carl Stephen says That's the decision from the Supreme Judicial Court. For years, investigators have placed hidden cameras on utility poles without having to get a warrant in order to gather evidence. But the state Supreme Court says from now on, they've got to get a warrant. The ruling comes in the case of a drug investigation that resulted in a number of indictments based in part on evidence gathered by cameras targeting a couple homes of suspects. The court writes that the practice from the hidden cameras raises the specter of a nor William ST And if the home is a castle home that is subject to continuous targeted surveillance is a castle under siege. So from now, on with this ruling, investigators will need to get a warrant based on probable cause that they want to put up a hidden camera. Charles Steven stop BBC, Boston's news radio and in Salem. The aspects. Probate and Family Court is closed after someone at the court tested positive for covert 19 W. B Z TV reports. The court will reopen Friday after extensive cleaning. Other courts have also been closed due to Corona virus, including Barnstable District Court, Barnstable Juvenile Court, Charlestown Division of the Boston Municipal Court, wear him District Court and wear him juvenile court. Massachusetts courts have reopened on a limited basis with strict procedures in place, including health screenings and mask and social distancing requirements. Jury trials have been suspended in courts until September 8th. The Senate has unanimously Pat unanimously passed a bill.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Complete coverage we got our reporters in New Hampshire we'll keep checking in with them as we make our way through the night here on WBZ at seven OO to amend from bar with main under arrest tonight charged with killing a woman at the timberland headquarters in stratum New Hampshire Robert Pavao charged with second degree murder the victim a forty six year old woman statement from a timberland spokesman says they're cooperating fully with authorities extend their deepest condolences to her family and loved ones right now no motive from police or prosecutors a Boston man accused of trying to kidnap a woman over the weekend has been ordered held on seventy five hundred dollars bail Tony Santos appearing in Boston municipal court today is in a list of charges including attempted kidnapping assault and battery with a dangerous weapon also failing to stop for police the alleged victim telling police she was leaving the venue nightclub right around three AM on Sunday when Santos walked up to were offered to give her a ride home she said she changed her mind but that's once a Santos allegedly grabbed her and refused to let go according to WBZ TV the man's defense attorney said in court this was a misunderstanding is a Santos intent was to make sure the woman got home safe three time for traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three isn't like I look on the map yeah we're in the green right now the call the expressway south bound finally eased out here from the tunnel all the way to the Braintree split should be more than fifteen minutes for your Boston to Braintree nor pounds good all the way en route three south wide open Braintree down into nor well nothing in their way there the lower ends of one twenty eight and ninety three of these doubt and delays on the mass turnpike and east out to now you're clear all the way up towards for ninety five let's see downtown the lever connectors finally eased out the lower deck in the Tobin bridge okay store drive well a bit slow coming in or out of leverage circle that's about it all the airport totals are good and north of the city one twenty eighth wide open from the pike up into wind feel a little field ones all east out at ninety three fine up to the state line miking WBZ's traffic on the three thank you my can of course we have this rain still out there especially south of town to the south coast the Cape in the islands and a little bit of rain out there couple showers through western Massachusetts without bus western Massachusetts but those are starting to ease up pretty quick of this ring sticking around for much of the evening south of town starting to peel away but we'll see some patchy fog on the coasts too low tonight just about the upper thirties and for tomorrow we have some patchy fog to start more rain and drizzle coming back a high in the mid.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Piece of help they can get it is totally is devastating it's heartbreaking when you look and see the initial videos that are coming out of there authorities say they're likely to find thousands of damaged and destroyed homes and businesses and many more bodies as the recovery process begins new this morning. they're investigating a stabbing and that left a person seriously injured in East Boston the victim found on west eagle street overnight and taken to a local hospital known if any arrests have been made or the condition of the victim this morning but more details as it becomes available Boston police on loaded pepper spray and took nearly three dozen protesters into custody during the straight pride parade this past weekend in the union representing Boston cops defends its officers actions WBZ's James row houses at Boston municipal court where those protesters faced disorderly conduct charges good morning James good morning Jeff Larry Calderon he's the vice president of the Boston police patrolmen's association this is him right after judges declined to drop disorderly conduct charges against protesters yesterday we couldn't be happier at the moment with the judges on the bench yeah for officers suffered minor injuries on Saturday the police union says officers were assaulted and even had a urine and thrown at them thirty six people arrested meanwhile some protesters believe police were too aggressive but Boston mayor Marty Walsh's says those disrupting the event came from out of town in fact a judge has ordered three of the thirty of the thirty six people arrested to stay out of the city of Boston unless they're coming back for court at Boston's municipal court house of James row hasta UBC Boston's newsradio time six oh three already hit the road.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Stories on the south coast from the W. B. S. M. newsroom here's Jim done these W. B. S. M. news a man is dead after he was hit by a Boston bound train in middle borough Middleboro police chief Joseph Perkins says the man was killed Sunday morning after he walked out onto the tracks and was struck by a middle borough Lakeville line commuter rail train Middleboro police and fire were notified of the incident by the MBTA approximately ten fifty five AM a total of forty seven passengers were aboard the train at the time and were transported back to the station inbound service on the Middleboro lick the line remain suspended for hours throw Sunday afternoon the name of the man killed is not being released at this time pending positive identification and notification of next of kin. I thought man faces multiple drug charges after fleeing police early this morning time police say at approximately twelve twenty five AM sergeant James Casey pulled over a red Mercedes sedan for having a headlight out as the officer approached the driver's side window the car took off fleeing down route forty four the fleeing Mercedes came to a stop in the middle of an a one St as all three occupants were able to switch seats and hide things in the car all three were ordered out of the car and asked the line in a prone position it was learned that the driver identified as thirty four year old James Mitchell had a suspended driver's license during a search of the vehicle officers found a large amount of drugs suspected to be heroin cocaine and crack cocaine Mitchell is expected in time this record this morning well protesters arrested at a counter demonstration to a straight pride parade are due in court the Boston globe reports twenty six people were arrested on Saturday and they're scheduled to be arraigned at Boston municipal court.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Be arraigned at Boston municipal court, a controversial drag Queen story time at a local librarian Fall River, went on his plan as it did on Saturday, we get more from WBZ's, Suzanne sauce, fill hundreds turned out for drag Queen storytime for children despite opposition by the conservative, Massachusetts family institute. In fact, so many families showed up that drag Queen Naomi Chomsky offered separate readings to accommodate everyone, the Massachusetts family institute held a silent protest outside the library. They held up a sign that said, dear God, let the little children be perverted by drag Queen story hours. This mom was not deterred. I just want to raise Betty tolerance for everyone, no matter why the library says because of the outpouring of support the host more drag Queen story times in the future, Suzanne sauce, Ville, WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio at least seventy nine people were hurt. Hurt in the blast at a military explosives plant in Russia. The blast took place in a town, some two hundred fifty miles away from Moscow called Jarjou links. The Russian health ministry saying, thirty eight of the injured were plants employs and forty-one relocated residents at least fifteen people remain at a local hospital. Authorities there declaring a state of emergency in the coming days ahead could be a major merger in the automotive industry. The board of Renault will be meeting on Tuesday vote on a merger with Fiat Chrysler, CBS's, Jeff Gilbert has more on that story approval by Renault's board would start a process to negotiate a final deal auto trader analysts Michelle Krebs says that deal within need to be approved by regulatory bodies in several countries as well as both companies shareholders. This is by no means a done deal. They're saying it may take as long as a year to finalize. Also complicating things. Renault's current alliances with Nissan and Mitsubishi Jeff Gilbert, CBS news. How would you like to live, like, Tony soprano?.

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Arrested along Jackson street late Friday night. Police saying he matched the description of the suspect wanted in those robberies and was making a hand to hand drug transaction before police took him into custody. They also said he had a loaded gun in his waistband when he was taken into custody. Tody if aces firearms charges and three counts of armed robbery expected to be arraigned at Boston municipal court. Six nineteen now on WBZ controversial, drag Queen story time at a local library in Fall River when on planned on Saturday, we get more from WBZ's, Suzanne sauce, fill hundreds turned out for drag Queen storytime for children despite opposition by the conservative Massachusetts family institute. In fact, so many families showed up that drag Queen Naomi Chomsky offered separate readings to accommodate everyone, the Massachusetts family institute held a silent protest outside the library. They held up a sign that said, dear God, let the little children be perverted by drag Queen story hours. This mom was not deterred. I just want to raise Betty with tolerance for everyone, no matter why the library says because of the outpouring of support they'll host more drag Queen story times in the future. Suzanne sauce, Ville, WBZ Boston's NewsRadio meantime, June is pride month in New York City is opening any welcome center for the LGBTQ community ahead of what is expected to be a big month as we hear from CBS's Steve burns in New York, New York,.

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Celebrity chef Mario Batali pleads not guilty to groping woman at Boston restaurant

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00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Celebrity chef Mario Batali pleads not guilty to groping woman at Boston restaurant

"Radio celebrity chef Mario Patel is pleading not guilty to assault charges and a groping incident. The fifty eight year old batali appeared in Boston municipal court on Friday. He's charged with indecent assault and battery. The charges stem from accusations by a woman who claims Potala groped and kissed her repeatedly at a Boston restaurant in two thousand seventeen it's the first criminal charges brought against batali since several women accused him of sexual misconduct. If convicted he could face up to two and a half years in jail and have to register as a sex

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Speculation keep it right here. We'll update you five thirty three now, traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England. We drive traffic on the threes and good morning. Dave star Pollino forty. Deborah. Seeing a big backup south of the city on route twenty four northbound a crash after route one thirty nine as only the left lane open. It is jammed solid for close to five miles from just about route twenty seven in Brockton. It's looking pretty bad. If ninety five is an option for folks that may not be a bad idea because so far ninety five northbound is okay for Mansfield to canton. Route three north is getting heavy from union street to the expressway expressway, northbound beginning to see some company around the neponset river and Savon hill around downtown lever down ramp is tied up from the lower deck through the lane drop. But the deck itself is in bad and no problems for the airport tunnels north of the city heading to the deck on ninety three. Southbound is heavy from river road to one thirty three and then dascomb road towards route one twenty-five as well as from route one twenty Twenty-eight pass montvale app. Four ninety five looking good through Lawrence and Lowell in Littleton. Route three is no brake lights from the New Hampshire border to Burlington 128's doing well, David Strauss. WBZ's traffic on the threes. We have a blustery morning in on tap AccuWeather. Real feel temperatures will be in the twenties today, even though right now the rating is thirty seven degrees turning out sunny today, but still chilly. Highs will be in the mid forties and Newburgh driver will be in court today. WBZ TV's Michelle Fisher tells us he's facing sex assault charges from the weekend. Ice officials have now placed a detain are on that. Uber driver accused of sexually assaulting one of his female passengers early Saturday later today. He's expected to be arraigned here at Boston municipal court. According to police the assault happened around one fifteen Saturday morning here. The hatch shell on Storrow drive after an initial investigation. Troopers arrested thirty seven year old Uber driver die. Yuda myalgia of Waltham is now facing two counts for the alleged assault..

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"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"boston municipal court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nicole. I am at the gate lane elementary school in Worcester. Now the school I'm looking at it right now. It's right next door to white and bright cleaners and I'm talking very close like thirty feet away last month. A cleaner was fined by the State Department of environmental protection for hazardous waste air quality and site cleanup violations to the tune of over eighty thousand dollars. It is accused of releasing a toxic chemical or toxic chemicals, rather containing PC es, which are considered a possible carcinogen meaning that they could possibly cause cancer. I spoke with. School committee member just moments ago, he wants testing done in other measures taken to make sure that school kids. Here aren't put at risk. He has put an item on Thursdays meeting agenda to take that matter up and try to make sure that again kids here are kept safe from these toxic chemicals. Reporting live in Worcester. Sheri, small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio one thirty one. And in hours long standoff today in providence has a peaceful ending cities. Police chief says several homes Norwich have had to be evacuated. And the Bailey elementary school was actually closed for the day due to this situation. Ficials say after one o'clock this morning three armed men broke into an apartment taking a couple and their young son hostage and police negotiated with them for several hours. Eventually the mother was released hours later, the eight year old boy also Lecco three suspects now under arrest, and the father is expected to be okay police do say as may have been falsely motivated by drugs. It's one thirty two in the man accused of sexually assaulting. A woman in Boston south end over the weekend is due in court this afternoon today. We're learning more about that attack. As we hear from WBZ TV's brianna pets Twenty-four-year-old, Anthony. Smith potato went into an art gallery on Harrison avenue and ask the woman where to find the restaurants. They say he then tried to learn the woman into a basement that woman asked him to leave saying she was uncomfortable. And that is when police say Smith potato attacked her. She was able to break free and run away. But Smith Pacheco also ran off and got away. He was arrested by police on Monday. He is set to appear in Boston municipal court today to face.

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