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Gunman Opens Fire At Car Full Of People Outside Bridgeport Courthouse; 4 Injured
"For people are injured but expected to survive after a shooting outside a courthouse in Bridgeport Connecticut witnesses say someone drove up to the courthouse shortly after noon today and opened fire Joe Ganim says there's no immediate threat to the community this was not inside the courthouse this was not a random act of violence it seems like it was targeted police believe the shooting is connected to an overnight homicide three people are in
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Eighteen members beginning their investigation we will have our first NTSB news conference in around four hours now they will look into all sorts of things to try to determine the cause of the crash weather conditions the possibility of engine failure pilot error as for removing the bodies it could take several days to complete that task live in Calabasas California Steve Futterman CBS news we're hearing chilling accounts of the overnight doc fire that killed at least eight people in Scottsboro Alabama Mandy Durham has a house vote and a nearby dock it was a horrible thing there was nothing we could bear with a fire truck got here it was far too hot for them to get up to it there are people screaming trying to get off of the dog at least thirty five boats were destroyed four people were shot outside a courthouse in Bridgeport Connecticut a spokesman for the city said it's not believed to be a random act violence Josh Smith smoke to spoke to WTIC radio I heard at least nine or ten maybe more and I saw a vehicle screech off down the hill the victim's injuries are not believed to be life threatening on Wall Street the Dow down four hundred nine points nasdaq off one fifty nine this is CBS news don't miss out on your chance to enter the rocket mortgage Superbowl squares sweepstakes over a million dollars in prize money will be given out during Super Bowl fifty four rocket mortgage swears dot com overnight tonight it'll be cold with partly cloudy skies low temperatures hover right around thirty two degrees tomorrow be a mix of sun and clouds for is another breezy day though on Tuesday a high of forty five the more sunshine on Wednesday expect highs right around forty two I'm CBS three meteorologist Matt Petersen get your forecast all the time it's CBS Philly dot com free cash in free cash twelve until four thirty PM your eighty running to win one thousand dollars in cash January thirty first supply dot com slash contest for a chance to win freedom cash talk radio twelve ten W. P. giving blood is easy it only takes about an hour and a single donation can help save up to three lives donate now call one eight hundred red cross or red cross blood dot org you are not your diagnosis a medical chart is not your identity and vision loss does not define.
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on WRVA
"Dumb wine news radio W. R. V. police in Bridgeport Connecticut are responding to a shooting at a courthouse they say three people have been shot state police say it happened outside the courthouse state troopers are headed to the scene to assist Bridgeport police to say there is no immediate threat and like a police have arrested and charged a Louisiana man in connection with a crackdown on people who prey on children on the internet in this case in particular and the suspect from Louisiana had reached out to him or I could detectives requesting inappropriate photos Amy and the individual sent photos himself to what he thought was a juvenile female lieutenant Peck and says they have extradited thirty three year old Justin Jack of bill ski from Louisiana ten Mike up and served him with seven warrants for soliciting a minor he's being held without bond down both in the president's former national security adviser reportedly writes in his new book that president trump told him AT you crane was tied to investigations into Democrats the president is denying Bolton's claims were for maybe see some you know Marshall at the White House former national security adviser John Bolton's Manu script who had it when and how did it get out according to Bolton spokesperson there's only one copy and that is the one sent to the White House for review weeks ago December thirtieth to be exact National Security Council spokesperson John only add to the statements this morning confirmed they have a manuscript for review and no White House personnel outside of the NSC have reviewed it but what's not clear is of other White House officials were told about it if the president's lawyers were informed of the NSC has the manuscript or if as The New York Times reported Bolton previously share the manuscript with other associates researchers are reporting the largest ever one year decline in the U. S. cancer death rate a drop they credited to advances in long tumor treatments the overall cancer death rate has been falling about one point five percent a year since nineteen ninety one checking your money that I'll down three hundred sixty four points S. and P. down thirty seven.
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Kim that's expressed VPN dot com slash cam all right I answer the question let's just see how you're doing which phones are most likely to get hacked are you ready about it are your smartphone is the go to target of course but according to a new report to smartphones and appear to face the highest risk of being attacked and none other than iPhones that's right the study was compiled by analyzing frequent Google search results which nearly fifty five thousand instant people search for how to hack an iPhone or something like that now this is important while iPhones tend to be most popular target it doesn't mean that they're successfully hacked is the apple products like iPhone cemex tend to be more security comes to cyber attacks for apps the reports as a top three most hard or Instagram Snapchat and what's happened that order you can read more about the report along with tips on how to avoid on being a victim over at commanded a common you know if the hackers actually or would be hackers actually have to go in and say how would I have an iPhone they're probably not the most dangerous factors Mike in Bridgeport Connecticut either Mike after you told him welcome to the show today what's going on thanks Hey I'm a martial arts instructor by making your martial arts for over thirty years and to me everything's about self defense no matter what others from them sunscreen to teach your kids either not absorb the bad rays of the sun self defense is more just punch here kicking and I recently was look talking to someone about cyber security and I do the two factor authorization but they said the newest English to use an authentic here yes and so I know Google authenticator is probably one of the premier one such available and I just really don't know anything about it or how to set it up but I'd really like to be able to do the security council defense against the potential cyber criminals so being a martial arts instructor I figure I could go to the master well thank you for your confidence what a cool job you have that's also why do I love it I love it so you teach kids to I yeah I I've been in martial arts I just celebrated my fiftieth anniversary martial arts training been teaching martial arts full time as a professional for thirty two years well I have chilled children teens and adults and my younger student is four years old and my older students sixty eight years old you know what that's fabulous that's great of the world I love it and I I love going to work every day well you know that's important I do too you know it then it helps when you like to go to work I woke up this morning like five fifteen I'm like well my look it up I got things to do all right so Google authenticator basically how it's going to work as you can put the app on your phone or tablet would have and it's gonna work in conjunction with other sites that allow you to use it with it so the whole idea is that we're gonna put an extra layer of two factor authentication on to whatever site that is so you know how that works you can do a password reset somebody can get into your account you do factor authentication if somebody has access to your phone within their blows that and so within this app the Google authenticator app you're going to get an additional code so it's like an extra layer of security we use it here at the studios we haven't tied into our wordpress these so somebody can get into the website you know so you know it's it becomes a little bit of a hassle if you're going to be signing in and out of accounts a lot but if you do want that extra layer of protection it's not that bad but there are some certain steps that you have to go through and that is to make sure that your major accounts and they do like for example obviously your Google account use that are you know Facebook in some of these other major companies we use it but when you start getting into smaller sites that's where it's like well where's the Google authenticator option and there isn't one yeah and so it you know what I can point you to a video that can help you set it up step by step but that's how they do great that's kind of how it works in a nutshell so doesn't make sense for you it doesn't and so is this the new wave our peoples because their security mind minded are they gonna be going this way would you say that for a certain way or is it just the hassle I think most Americans are too lazy to use a I mean if users say they're leaving your very disciplined and you have to be in your line of work right sure yeah but think about how many people use the same password every different website okay I heard that and yeah and then they sit back and they wonder why they got hacked okay Google authenticator has been around since twenty ten done as we wind of that fun fact that for some reason that's sitting there my head so in ten years we really haven't seen it go like well this is the thing I think the next thing that we're going to look at is more biometric authentication and you know I I'm always marveled that on my newest macbook pro that I don't have to remember my passwords anymore right I just put my finger on it and I'm on you know no longer are we just gonna have pay pal on the websites next year visa and MasterCard American Express discover you're gonna have one account that you can sign in and all these different sites although most of us are probably doing ninety percent of our shopping on Amazon which is kind of crazy but rooms but that's the way the world because we like things that are easy but if but if you have the fortitude to use this and if you don't mind the extra time it's something that's not it's not bad it's not gonna hurt you it's going to help you but I just don't think this will ever be say the next wave of cyber security because you're adding another element into the equation for people who say you know what I've already been hacked to go ahead take what I have because you know I I got nothing else to steal from me I mean so but we do need to make sure that the biometrics when they do come out and it's all secure and I think you so much for call of here in about your business too by the way talk about the gifts that you're going to be sending this holiday season you know we start talking about gifts one of.
Racing's Drug Kingpin: Randy Lanier
"Let's get into the story of Randy Lanier the weed racer yes. Yeah Oh Randy. Lanier was born in Lynchburg Virginia on September. Twenty second nineteen fifty four. His family moved to Broward County Florida when he was thirteen. There were few things a good old boy such as randy loved more than pot. He would frequently sneak out of school just ahead to the beach and smoke smoke. Do by the age of fifteen. He was selling pot to his classmates. Even after he dropped out of high school he would continue to sell to his. GED Randy would say honestly. I didn't even think about it as drug dealing it was just a way. Okay for me to smoke without having to pay for Kumon tally. When did you first smoke? Pot Yeah Probably fourteen fourteen I think at that point I was too afraid of it because like there is on on my way to school. There is a tunnel that went under a freeway. Go through and like that's where like the the Estonians of the burnout so by smoke and they all kind of frightened me a little bit rightfully so they were kind of rough kids but I I it was never about that in high school. I thought like I think looking back on. It was pretty like dude intervene. Kinda like weird. I couldn't wait to smoke pot. Yeah Yeah I would've smoked pot way earlier if I were popular enough to have any friends. Yeah like years later I realized tons of kids I knew were smoking weed and they were like totally cool but it was just like those tunnel. Kids'll uh-huh scared me away from it is the first time I smoked was in college On top of a parking garage that was across the street from our dorm And of course like it was out of an apple. Of course yeah I think everybody's I Branches out of an apple and of course it didn't have any effect act on me and then the second time it did me and my boy tyler went back to our dorm room and we did freestyle raps over McNamara. She's a few hours. That's that's the way to do it. It was very sick. I mean when I was a kid like we'd culture was just so much it was just painted in such a different way. Yeah you know like it's fly out of lax with weed in your pocket. They were like we don't care some of these stores. La Look like the frigging apple store like men and it's crazy and it's like it's very convenient and you don't. You don't feel weird about buying pot but I feel like I definitely like missed out on like that. Like illicit elicit like. Yeah I used to smoke such crappy pot but the fact that there are people making billions of dollars off a weed right now and still people serving life sentences for possession national or selling is a huge problem that we should address maybe an another another day on another episode pats anyway it by the age of Nineteen Randy began working for construction company where he continued to sell it. Because he's not only a jug. Dili's Kinda just like a lazy like he's he jug dealer because like I don't know who's round man overtime it's clientele grew increasing the size of orders as well as prophets as sports illustrated. PUT IT in time. Joints turned into Baggies baggies. Turned into bag bags turned into bricks. rix became bales ails sales of a push. teed Johnston the BAGGIES. I can't do it slow anyway. Now it's hard. He's very good to the one thousand nine year. Old Randy drug dealing was the most promising opportunity yet he said. Let's just say I was definitely making more money. Then I made Neilan boards all day. I believe one of his last purchases on his first I just want to point out. How like good? This dude is at just sound clips. Yeah you know like yeah. Very romantic quotes. Yeah yeah one of his first purchases with his newfound wealth was a twenty seven foot magnum sports speedboat. He purchased for eighteen grand. Initially the boat was only. I used recreationally. He would jump waves and just you know cruise around there but before long an associate recommended he put that boat vote into quote commercial. Use like selling ice cream from the boat. James I doubt it. Oh I looked up these magnum votes This speedboat in particular is like so cool yeah just long as hell low fast. They're sick this guy's cool and and just like that Randy lanier move from being a low level drug dealer to a mid level trafficker in the timing. Couldn't have been better It it was the early nineteen seventies. It was a smuggler's Paradise Man. It was like the pirate days trafficking into the US specifically really from Columbia was still unknown. Threat that would soon become one of the biggest drug crazed sees in US history and a new exotic strain of marijuana called Colombian Colombian gold was being grown on Colombia's Guajira peninsula and it was beginning to flood the American black market. The arrival of Colombian gold fueled fueled a boom in America. Known as La Bonanza meeting. Better the mayor which loosely translates into the marijuana. Bonanza guys we gotTA Marijuana Bonanza Hands. Of course Florida was the best place to import such a large amount by the early eighties. About three quarters of the United States marijuana supply originated from Columbia Razi in his first mission. He he went to the Bahamas to pick up one ton of marijuana. So you're gonNA see like yeah I'm going to grab my boat to the middle of the ocean and pick pick up a ton of pot two thousand pounds a week it's crazy Randy showed up to these specified coordinates in the middle of the ocean and another other. Bigger boat would pull up next to them and the the we yeah. What's up guys like? And they transferred all the bales from the big boat into the whole of Randy's speedboat and then he would get the hell out of there all right thanks town to go back toot sweet right. I picture him just like wearing a cowboy like no shirt gene short. I'm imagining as not to become a in in the story from now. Yeah I think that's a good way to imagine This this technique was super common speedboats. Like Randy's were fast enough to evade the long long arm of the law and it wasn't difficult for smugglers to slip up the intercoastal waterway and hide a labyrinth of Florida swamps. According to a report one trafficker could earn a return investment of around one hundred fifteen percent so it made sense for randy to do this with a speedboat and naturally after you know I mean it sounds like this is like trying to get people to do it which they probably were you can get a return of one hundred and fifty. Why don't you come to this lunch at the Holiday Inn? And I'll I'll tell you all about a way that you can get up to one hundred and fifteen percent return on your investment with one Boron. We'll even Lisa the boat. Yeah very reasonable reasonable interest rates. Naturally ready was hooked. He did this trip. He did this kind of trip often. In spite of risks linear loved tempting fate eight and living on the edge of disaster for Kenny loggins lurk he had multiple close calls including one time almost sinking his boat as it was way down down so much by marijuana despite everything he frequently alluded capture by the US coastguard and received a twenty five percent. Cut of his delivery. Delivery seems like a lot. I mean he's taking all the risks to me. That's I guess he was just like a runner yes he wasn't dealing to the public anymore. Now he's there's like a guy from the ocean is a post mates for we. Yeah in a in a way. Yeah do you post Manson anymore. I use post meets way too much. I try to be waste free But you know sometimes you just you just want to pack of EMINEM. I know in one thousand nine hundred ninety six at the age of twenty two Lanier married his high school sweetheart. Pam uh-huh with her help. He opened a jet ski and boat rental shop near Fort. Lauderdale as a front to launder the money and present an air of legitimacy gene under the guise of a boat rental shop he soon purchased a sixty five foot trawler. I looked. I looked up with these are trawlers are basically really big boats votes There could be like recreational trawlers or fishing trawlers. Like just imagine a sixty five foot boat milk you can look it up Your you'll probably imagine the right thing. It's a big big boat with low. Yeah he got one of those with Got A lot of room. That's bigger than I thought. Yep Yep sixty five feet him with a boat this thing that is a thick composed he could smuggle directly from Columbia. No longer having to stop open meet a A mothership down to the Bahamas with each delivery he made with a sixty five foot boat he could smuggle over eighteen thousand pounds sounds of pot into the US that allowed sweet sweet dreams Enoug- soon despite massive quantities. He has now smuggling he was always smart smart about it. Never visiting import twice in a row. He would load up in the port of Santa Marta in Colombia and he would either doc in the US in in New Orleans San Francisco and sometimes bridgeport Connecticut Far Ways up the coast. Yeah I mean just looking at those three locations locations that's a huge spread Like some of those trips could take like a week. Some of them can take like three weeks to get there. You know that's crazy. Yeah smuggling muddling much like racing and comedy is all about timing Lanier loved loved the adrenaline rush of almost being caught doing something so illegal but he needed more one day while visiting an auto show that was taking place. Within the Miami Ame Convention Center Linear stumbled upon a booth that was sponsored by a local driving club. He immediately realized that racing would give him the high he needed and impulsively possibly signed up and that is when the racing career of Randy Lanier started in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight at the age of twenty four to the guys. I'm twenty six now. You don't even own one boat. I don't own a boat. Never smuggled shifts this dudes in his third career now. Yeah he started out as like get drug dealer. And he's a drug trafficker now owns a boat rental company. That's three and now he's like you know what man I think. I'm going to give this race car driving the try. It's awesome randy bought in nineteen fifty-six Porsche three five six speedster for seventy five hundred bucks and competed in the production class races at the SCC a southeast regional championships. Although he had no clue what he was doing he was a natural with each race. He proved drastically eventually winning the e production class in nineteen eighty at age. Twenty six. How old I am? I've never won any production class. Some feeling inadequate inadequate. But that's fine
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Wade numbers was bank demo I'm only a Francis heatwave gripping much of the country broke records over the weekend meteorologist bedroom drama Hari has more authority on Sunday climbed up to one hundred degrees that ties a record standing for the date since nineteen ninety one Atlantic city Kennedy also in Bridgeport Connecticut all these temperatures climbing just right around one hundred degrees in either tying or breaking records but this is a sort of a set up especially in an urban environment really is the concerning perspective because of course many of buildings we have class me of asphalt cement all of these really do a great job of trapping heat of course make cities and more populated regions bank much more unbearably religious report a cold front from the north expected to bring rain and some relief later today when Israel overnight work crews began demolishing dozens of Palestinian homes in East Jerusalem neighborhood in one of the largest operations of its kind in years Israel says the buildings were erected to closer to the its west bank separation barrier residents say the buildings run once been gland in the Palestinian authority gave them construction permits Lufthansa has resume flying to Cairo following a one day suspension due to safety concerns more from bill Michael the German airlines website shows a flight took off from Frankfort after two hour delay and arrived in Egypt capital Sunday afternoon on Saturday British Airways announced the suspension of its flights to and from Cairo for seven days British Airways attributed its cancellations to what it called its concert review of security arrangements at all airports the U. S. warn citizens Friday about traveling to Egypt saying terrorist groups including ISIS committed.
Justice Department announces largest-ever elder fraud crackdown
"The Justice department is cracking down on scams targeting the elderly CBS news correspondent Anna Werner said that the number of victims quadrupled over a four year period. Lies like these have cost seniors their life savings. Justice department officials said since March of last year charges against some two hundred sixty people have been filed in elder financial scams. The cases affected roughly two million Americans with losses of an estimated seven hundred fifty million dollars. Older Americans are often targeted like sixty five year old Kathleen mcinerney of Connecticut, last November a scam artist obtained her credit card, number and other personal information. Then tried three times to get cash advances off the card in amounts. Totaling sixty six hundred dollars. I felt such a invasion. You know that someone had that information Lynn settling I would say US banks reported over twenty four thousand suspected cases of elder financial abuse to the treasury department last year more than double the amount five years earlier common scams against the elderly now, some banks are giving their staff training at People's United Bank headquarters in Bridgeport, Connecticut, employees learn why scammers go after older customers. They have a lot of money. And that's why they are the age group of choice. VP Karen gal Bose says Bank employees can stop a scam in its tracks. If somebody's coming in and making large withdrawals that don't normally take out a lot of money because they might be on affixing comb, let's say social security income could be a red flag for us. Coincidentally mcenery card was from People's United and an alert employees prevented the fraud. Even though we hear about scams coming from strangers all the time a government report out last month points out that when people lose more money, it's because the scammer is somebody they know like a friend or family
Justice Department cracking down on financial scams targeting the elderly
"The Justice department today announced its largest crackdown on scams that defrauded older Americans with more than two hundred and twenty five people charged the number of victims quadrupled between twenty thirteen in two thousand seventeen they were cheated out of six billion dollars. Anna Werner has more. Lies like these have cost seniors their life savings at today's news conference. Justice department officials said since March of last year charges against some two hundred sixty people have been filed in elder financial scams. The cases affected roughly two million Americans with losses of an estimated seven hundred fifty million dollars. Older Americans are often targeted like sixty five year old Kathleen mcnerney of Connecticut, last November a scam artist obtained her credit card, number and other personal information. Then tried three times to get cash advances off the card in amounts totalling, sixty six hundred dollars. I felt such a invasion. You know that someone had that information little unsettling? I would say US banks reported over twenty four thousand suspected cases of elder financial abuse to the treasury department last year more than double the amount five years. Earlier comments. Scams against the elderly now, some banks are giving their staff training. How many people had had fraud incidents in their branches with customers? At People's United Bank headquarters in Bridgeport, Connecticut, employees learn why scammers go after older customers. They have a lot of money. And that's why they are the age group of choice. VP Karen gal Bose says Bank employees can stop a scam in its tracks. If somebody's coming in and making large withdrawals that don't normally take out a lot of money because they might be on affixing comb. Let's say social security income could be a red flag for us. Coincidentally mcenery knees card was from People's United and an alert employees prevented the fraud. And Jeff even though we hear about scams coming from strangers all the time a government report out last month points out that when people lose more money, it's because the scammer is somebody they
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And I was crying laughing on the couch was a little taken aback live broadcast. It was great. Yeah. I remember that. I said it. Thanks for the kind words, Mike, I said Matt Martin takes a pocket I'm going to marry your daughter, boomer. Right. I don't think you said that probably not. Yeah. No. We get a few of those last night. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. A little disappointed that he didn't really get himself into a fractious last night. Yeah. I was looking for that. I thought he did. I put them in a fracas that he wasn't actually. And you say I say frac, I think it's a fracas. I say it's the practice. All right Jonathan Milford. Connecticut, Jonathan what are you got? Hey, guys. Hey bloom. I figured appreciate this. So in Bridgeport, Connecticut, there's like an ice facility called the wonderland of ice hockey rink curling club that I belong to. I know it. Yep. Yeah. In a couple of years ago Nessie came by for some hockey thing going on, but we have a bar in the curling club. So he came by with the guys he was with and I was just like the nicest person you could ever need. And like we all knew who he was. And we're just trying to set them up and not bother them too much. But he was like amazing. And I just love that a guy like that is one of the biggest hockey superstars that ever existed can be totally cool and just chill and hang out with everybody. They're all like that. I mean, how was mardi Obrador? Yeah. I mean, they're all like that Jonathan. That's why I love the sport so much. Yeah. It he was so humble. It was amazing. I if I didn't know it was Martin Brodeur would have never known the accomplishments of the had in his career the way he was handling himself. He was more excited to meet you than you him. I think about that. It was close. It was close. He just turned around. And he said excuse me. Get some beer in here. Please tell me where it is. It was great. Mentality. Because of what it takes. I think USA hockey is on such an unbelievable job of building a culture within the community of of American hockey players. And that's why we're starting to see so many more Americans really rise to the level of the NHL in the world class players they become and they're all trying to get him to go to college. You know, the Canadian kids they like to go to the juniors the American kids, they're trying to push him into college. Go play at Boston College, Minnesota, Wisconsin places like that Yale and Harvard go get your education because it's not gonna last forever and what they have done. I wish basketball with do for their kids that play basketball what the hockey community does for their kids that play hockey is. I think the us a mess. Yeah. I think it's awful. I think it's fraught with corruption and stealing and all that kind of crap snakes. That's that's how I feel about it. Maybe I'm wrong about some of it. But I think generally the perception is is that it's like it's awful starts Rendez sluts. All story. I can't stand it. That's why I wish and I know there's USA basketball. I don't know if they could follow the model of hockey or not. But for some reason, you don't have that kind of like perception of corruption in hockey that you do in basketball aren't CBS sports minute time. It is brought to you by your Tri state Ford dealers..
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on WTVN
"Rush Limbaugh here. Let's talk tomorrow at noon on six ten WTVN. It is over the line on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Joe Jewett jackdaw surfer. Joe Scott in with us tonight. Oh, Jack and assault assault from Bridgeport, Connecticut. This comes from a man police say placed a three foot alligator on top of another man is part of an extortion attempt and has pled guilty to reduced charges. Put an alligator on top of someone as as a as part of extortion. I don't even understand how that works a guy like laying down was this was he drunk passed out in a bar. Let me continue with what I've got the Connecticut post as they do reports that thirty year old is is as Garcia of garland, Texas entered a plea of guilty to unlawful restraint. So when you put an alligator on somebody that's just you can plead down to unlawful restraint he originally faced kidnapping, assault and larceny charges in. What police say was one of the strangest cases they have ever investigated. Really? Okay. They sit at twenty one year old man called his aunt in April to say he had been kidnapped and his abductor was demanding eight hundred dollars. Eight hundred bucks they received a photograph. The police did of the man who called so I've been kidnapped face down in a bathtub with an open mouth alligator on top of him. The leader arrested him at the Shelton hotel faces one year in prison March fifteen so he kidnapped a man who they did not name put an alligator on him in a bathtub and then demanded eight hundred dollars. Wow. All my one of my first thoughts would isn't he pled that down from kidnapping assault and larceny to just unlawful restraint. I thought was about alligators in Connecticut. Well, it wile crocodile in New York. City. Yeah. Okay. A quick search for alligators in Connecticut. Brought me back from website code called coastal Connecticut dot com, a list of alligators safety tips. Okay. Would you like you know, what they are? In case you ever case I ever get abducted hundred. Eight hundred bucks. Well, first of all pay attention to warning signs and heed the advice that they give. So if you see a sign this has, hey, look after alligators you better believe, it pay attention pay attention to it. It says keep pet dogs and cats out of the water, especially do not swim with your dog in alligator that intends to sample your dog may change its mind and try a bigger piece of the pie. No. According to the story of the guy who brought the who had the alligator was from Texas. Texas alligator brought his own alligators. Of course, a pet. I don't know. When fishing or camping around alligators dispose of fish scraps. And other items at alligators may consume. Cheetos and if you're bitten even slightly. Oh, I never thought about it. Seek medical attention. What have never thought to ward off infection? Oh, you don't need a doctor for the check it off. But some third. A little back teen. Very for you. From coastal Connecticut dot com. Thanks that. Well, regardless a man was kidnapped. He was putting a bathtub so we put an alligator on top of and said gimme eight hundred bucks or else. This is going to continue to happen. He's.
NBC, Muller And James Comey discussed on Glenn Beck
"Whitaker and would oversee Muller's investigation. If confirmed reportedly said the Muller inquiry was based on a fatally misconceived theory that would damage the presidency bar reportedly sent the document dated June eight to deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein writing that he thought his views may be useful. The journal says bar was concerned about whether Trump obstructed Justice in requesting then FBI director James Comey to drop an investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn and by later firing Comey because bar believed the president had acted within his authority Mike Bauer. NBC News Radio. The legal battle continues over what to do the remains of dozens of former slaves scuppered at a Texas construction side this week Ajaj was asked to give the go-ahead to bury the ninety five bodies. Elsewhere. So work can continue with the and Sugarland family and friends who remembering a twelve year old boy who was shot and killed while on his own porch and Bridgeport Connecticut Tuesday night vigil was held last night with loved one sharing memories at the boy, his father. Carlton Howell is devastated. You don't tell nobody. He don't is a good kid police say twelve year old Clinton how it was in front of his own home on Willis street with others when someone drove by and opened fire. Detectives don't believe how was the intended target. They're trying to determine if there was an ongoing dispute between the shooter and someone else on the porch. No one's in custody. But they say they have developed a strong person of interest sue Guzman NBC, News Radio, New York, and George Soros is the financial times twenty eighteen person of the year, the outlet praise the billionaire financier for the values. He represents calling him the standard bearer of liberal, democracy and open society, the British publication notes. He does this despite being the near daily target of antisemitic attacks and conspiracy theories. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio. Take
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Morning and welcome back in the studio with Jerry sunt of VIP mortgage and my friends mo- Kathy and Kevin from Richmond Virginia. And we were just talking before the show about, you know, the Harrison and the markets and a lot of us. I I'd see more. I see Mohan Kathy more than I seen my neighbors. And they live in Richmond just here last week. And and he's back again. And then we we go to conferences all the time. We're going to be in New Orleans and a conference in a couple of weeks. And so we get around and we travel Moen Kathy went to Greece this summer with us. And and so it it's it's kind of like a family reunion. When everybody gets to go to these conferences. What's interesting is is all across the country. I'm in Kellyanne porters on her way here. She's from Dallas, Texas, Kevin's dropped from trauma, Indianapolis, Indiana. The stories the same everywhere. Last year of all the metropolitan statistical areas in the United States only one metropolitan area in the country had a decrease in real estate values, and that was Bridgeport Connecticut, and the reason for that is not by statute. But by judge Bridgeport, Connecticut has the longest foreclosure process in the United States. It takes five years to foreclose on a home. So last year was twenty seventeen. Well, guess what? Five years in waiting. That's twenty twelve they were experiencing what we all have in twenty twelve and they kept kicking the can down the road instead of taking care of business and moving on long with the life. I'm Kelly from Texas. She's from the Dallas Texas area on Texas has the fastest foreclosure rate in United States, forty two days. Basically, you're twenty one days late. You get filed on twenty one days later and house in yours. I mean that's going to be set for that. Yep. And you know, what I own quite a few real estate notes in Texas, and that's one of the best things about them. And and I I don't have any problem with people not paying. I mean, you've heard the saying you drive down the road don't mess with Texas. Yeah. That's right. No kidding. It's pretty very conservative rules that way. It's people tend to pay their bills. Exactly, they know they have to there's not there's not an area an Aramark in there, and you know, for Zona most know, it's like a thirty day late, you file and in ninety days later on the home. So it's like a four month process. It's it's still very very. Sure. And and you know, it's also by a trustee. So when you haven't trust a trustee in pretty much, everything west of the Missouri or the Mississippi River is a trustee sale state except for one St. Jerry, you know, what it is. Nevada. Exactly, exactly. So everything else. I'm west of the Mississippi is is a trustee sales state. What that means is at the time, you purchase that home a person usually an attorney is set up as the trustee, and they are just to follow the direction of the note. And it says specifically what the process is. And what the days are and what the late fees are. And there's just there's no ambiguity in there. Where a judge. You know is able to apply for this case or that case, you know, variance, and and and opinion on a trustee is not able to do that. They follow the letter of the law, just specifically moas Virginia a trustee or judicial or both. What we got both. But mostly trustee. Okay. And what is the case where it would go to judge some states have have. So we actually have words a recision a writer precision. So if it goes to foreclosure, and so they they they don't have they used to have the way to be able to bring it back in certain cases. But that's that's almost gone. Okay. And you know, I've had that happen. Actually, we bought some notes several years ago that back in two thousand twelve in Indiana, and in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and also in South Dakota and all of them had redemption, period. Right. So so basically after the foreclosure sale, it's like great give me my house back. Right. And I mean, we bought them knowing that the people have defaulted and moved off, and you know, we still had to go through the foreclosure process, and and, you know, those notes we bought them at thirty cents on the dollar. So, you know, most of the notes were around eighty thousand dollars and some of them we paid as little as the one in Indiana, we paid forty eight hundred dollars. Wow. Horan eighty thousand dollar note. And then, you know, it sounds like a really good thing. But you know, the taxes and some of those places are just crazy. We ended up selling a house in Milwaukee. That hadn't been lived in for eight years of basement had three feet of water in it. For years. It was ice skating rink in the wintertime, and in a nasty swimming pool in the summertime, and then took so long to get that house vacant. Wow, ended up selling it for seventeen thousand dollars. But the taxes on that property, we they were thirty seven hundred dollars a year for a woman worth seventeen thousand dollars. That's a twenty percent tax rate. Wow. And and we had twenty twelve twenty thirteen twenty fourteen twenty fifteen twenty sixteen twenty seventeen so we like paid twice as much in taxes as as we ended up selling the house for so those were not good experiences. But that is actually what drove me to do performing loans that that we do right here in our in our local market is, you know, I experienced the the bad side of the business, and it's like, okay, I don't ever want to go there again, you know, buying someone else's loan. That isn't isn't performing isn't isn't a job that I want to take on. I wonder know, finance somebody and have them bring me cookies and brownies and burritos or. I I mean tamales tamales at closing a lot. But it's you know, these people are hugging you and thanking you and just so thankful and they put down twenty thirty thousand dollars cash. I mean, how long did it take them to save that those and of all the people that we've done that with? I haven't had anybody come back and and not pay me. I mean, they're they're not only paying their current there ahead of schedule. They're you know, they're doing extremely well. So of course, the economy's been very very good. And and you know, that that could change possibly, but I just think when you get people to put that much skin in the game and you make their payment cheaper than rent. And that's when I was kind of leading up to is our rents here. More are and Kevin jump in. He got stay high yet, but are rents here for. Range between nine hundred and twelve hundred I guess real close on top of the college for a three bedroom. Home you'd pay more like fourteen fifteen sixteen hundred dollars depending upon close. It is the college. What's a three bedroom? Brent ruined not out in Virginia. I think that's. Yeah. Eleven twelve hundred. Okay. Okay. And then how about taxes our our property taxes? Pretty low. We're pretty low. I think a one hundred thousand dollar house. Let's just say on average will probably be about six hundred dollars a year. Oh, wow. Seven hundred dollars a year in taxes. And that's you know, that's in line with Maricopa versus Tucson Pima county. We're we're higher than that. That's usually one percent. And then take a little bit off of that for Tucson. But when you go to oral valley, it's you know at about twenty five percent on top of the wind percent. And you know, I used to have a real estate agent that worked for me, and he went to work for the for the tax assessor. And then he used to tell me every year, go down and contest your taxes. And we're so understaffed they just like role, and and and they don't even like like you don't have to prove much if you're listening. Try it. I guess it's it's worth it. I just, you know, basically believe that the assessment they give me as fair, and and and I pay my taxes, but that's interesting. So any other differences what about insurance now, you guys are on the east coast? You have some natural disaster threat where we're sitting here in the middle of the desert. We don't too much. Yeah. In some areas, we have of course, flood insurance issues that we have to deal with the closer you get to certain areas like Louisa, right? We gotta carry earthquake insurance. Now. Yeah. But for the most part insurance, affordable, we we can expect for a three bedroom. Like, I said a hundred thousand dollar house insurance to be probably about five hundred dollars a year. Okay. Which is in line with that's about one around here. That's good. So see that interesting very similar markets. You have this perception that the east coast is going to be far more expensive than it is here. Yeah. I mean, it's the big difference when it comes to insurance. I think nationally it's just when you have flood insurance or earthquake insurance or whatever it is. If you have that extra add on that insurance companies require because of the area, that's where it gets expensive and southern Arizona. There are pockets of Tucson believe it or not that we are in flood zones where you have to carry flood insurance. And I always tell people be prepared that you know, that could add seven hundred thousand dollars a year to your insurance premium insurance that adds up pretty quick. And it doesn't rain that often. But when it does I mean, you got all these these roofs that are shedding water that goes into the pave streets that shed water, and it just all channels into into the washes, and and it can get very fast very quick a few weeks ago. We were talking about Albert. Where you know Alber non row, which is a street that runs north north south here in Tucson and years ago. It would just it would become like ripper, there's pictures of people going down and in canoes and I've seen garbage cans, you know, floating down in big monsoon storms. We're coming up on a break. I want to jump into here, but property values what what's the expectation in in Virginia this year, as far as what do you think the appreciation would would we're we're steadily probably between two and three percent is what we're experiencing an appreciation. Okay. That's very sustainable. Right. We're in a balanced market for the most part unlike other areas where they go when the bottom fell out really goes down hard. But we didn't experience that a ton. You know, we're pretty balanced because of our jobs and steady work that's there on a regular basis. So it we stay flattened out when the bottom fell out. But otherwise we were now experiencing two to three percent increases. Well, we Arizona pretty much runs on construction. And during the downturn. I mean, it just died in our home prices here. There were some neighborhoods went down by sixty percent. And and average across the market was probably right about forty five percent. And the median home price went from twenty seven down to one seventeen hundred and ten thousand dollar drop. And and you know, we just now are getting close up to we're still twelve thousand below where it was in two thousand and seven, and that's a really good thing. I mean in two thousand seven was too high in certain markets like Phoenix and Las Vegas are changing their they're giving incentives to companies were industries to move there to keep it balanced. So that they don't go through the boom bust times if you can get healthcare in there, and so forth there, you know there. There's demand year in and year out, regardless of fluctuations in values. All right. We'll be right back after the news. This is Tucson Home Solutions..
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Here's a tip when you're learning anything with a fuse on it. Make sure you know what it is. Yeah. You might wanna have candles on hand when the power goes out. But you wanna make sure what you're grabbing is actually a candle and not a stick of dynamite. Women in Bridgeport, Connecticut, they had they had severe thunderstorms power outage the dark in the house. And the woman says, well, wait a minute. They just moved into a house, and I guess a few years before the previous people that are they listen candles down seller. She went down there grabbed a stick of dynamite lit. She blew part of her handle. It would be funny. See now lost a few fingers. But wouldn't you realize when you have to snap the top off that it's not really a a stick? It's a stick of dynamite rather than a flare or candle. I can't believe they left like, yeah. I can't believe there actually that was left in the house. And if they knew something like that was left in a house, and why the previous owners, why would you have a dynamite inside your house the very good question. And here's this knucklehead, I just some drunk I in altogether now, Florida. Recently, set fire to his house trying to bake cookies on his George Foreman grill first of all cookies and a George Foreman grill. Even possible seemed like a good idea at the time. Apparently. Yeah. Yeah. So yeah, he threw some towels on it to smother the fire, which of course, caused the fire to spread and he was too drunk to realize. So apparently, he forgot about them. Gee, here's another shot keyed meditated that you've been smoking pot. Oh, gee. And so maybe he was cookie. Sounded so good. Exactly. That's why. Yeah. That's why he started the fire. That's why he was. I Don 'cause that's coming up in six minutes, a disaster for the jets new hotshot quarterback, then redemption and.
Democrats strip power away from superdelegates
"The Democratic Party. Today taking the controversial step of stripping super delegates as much of their power the twenty twenty party convention they will not be allowed to vote. On a first ballot former democratic chair John Fowler argued against the move. It will take the leadership out of the presidential nominating process which has served very well for decades, and I. Ask, you to vote no on this proposal when we get. To, debate diluting the power of the super delegates may make it easier for a, non establishment candidate to win the democratic presidential
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Okay rebecca jane in bridgeport connecticut i don't disagree with you on the on the kids the tip of the spear and all of that i know this is being done on purpose because kids can't be turned away we are compassionate country you see what's happening now with this the supposed illegal separation of families but all of these kids have parents back in el salvador guatemala you are these parents in on this new who do you think is making this happen who is convincing these parents to let their kids go unaccompanied on a train on a bus with an eighty percent chance of some kind of crime happening to these are unaccompanied minors who who who's who's who's telling these parents will let their kids go who's making these parents i i don't claim to know who but i know it's either the cartel that are telling them you know telling them listen we can get weak but it is you know conspiracy takes two more there is a conspiracy to get them here when i when i saw that mexico was in collusion with them to show these children right across their country by the way she's exactly right about that because when you're seeking asylum the first socalled free country you arrive in is where you should apply for asylum that would be mexico in these people's came but they're not stopping there had all the way to the rio grande with the assistance of mexico we know just by virtue of that you know these hostile entities that are coming in they're telling and listen we'll we'll get through we'll get you through to america and that is their sole purpose to get these kids to our shores you know as i said before rush i feel like it's a walking nightmare and it's in slow motion the we're being invaded in slow motion in broad daylight and i see it happening in agree but but see if that's the case and i agree with sodas the president the president tweeted today using that word and i think all reasonable people if you can if you can dissociate yourself from this emotionally and look at this not as a bunch of poor unaccompanied kids but rather what it is going to lead to there's only one conclusion this is an invasion and then you have to say okay who is if you don't want to identify who's who's promoting like somebody has to be getting to these parents to let their kids do this what are we we talk about families being separated donald trump and jeff sessions separating the hell with that who are these parents putting five six eight ten year olds on a train on a mule on a bus on a flatbed truck and sending them on a multi hundred mile journey fraught with who knows what kind of bad actors you wanna talk about family separation so are these families doing this simply because they've got to get you america for a better life and the kids get there that i can someday get their because my guess is that what this is whatever it is why is the left in the united states openly supportive and encouraging and in fact engaging in mob violence to ensure that it continues what is the purpose why is the left such in favor so in favor of this massive invasion of illegal now they would tell you because we have big hearts and we see the suffering and we see the poverty and we see the hunger and if these people can come to our country to make a better life will then who are we does it that's what they want you to think is their motivation i don't believe it the left is never what it seems it's about and it's never what they say they are about and all you have to do is go back and listen to several earn couple random speeches from barack hussein obama and some of his eager beaver supporters and take a look at the special interest groups that are behind all this like la raza and some of these radical leftist socalled immigration think tanks and organization and it's clear to see what is happening and donald trump is identifying it precisely for what it is and is not backing down on it and that is causing these people untold amounts of anger trump is supposed to have caved long ago like republicans usually do anyway jane i appreciate the call very much snack you and we'll be back don't go magic you'll continue on.
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"And attempting to hold her accountable as a congressman to whatever ethics or laws that she has sworn to defend that but i mean she's she's out there inciting mobs they go after her on that basis i guarantee you would be a losing effort simply because the first time anybody tried it you know what the retort would be you racist pig the woman's only doing what she thinks is best how dare you and that would it would start a new i think the best way to deal with maxine if the laugh at her now don't misunderstand me i'm not i'm not not not taking seriously what she's advocating as but even even pelosi has seen the necessity of swatting away what maxine is suggesting pelosi realizes that anti maxine is not going to deliver them the house majority him in some cases it may be best is leave anti maxine alone at a letter go just let her continue to descend into whatever pit of insanity that she's descending into standard side you know there's an old adage when somebody's making a fool of themselves stand aside and let it happen and that may just apply here to anti maxime there's also another old rule of thumb never get into an argument with an idiot because people watching will not be able to tell the difference in you and the idiot so an but on the other side of that this is serious this woman is promoting and inciting mobs are we just supposed to sit stand by and let it happen this is a ageold question in how to deal with with this kind of attack these kinds of insults of assaults and get the proper way depends on its it each individual case there's not a blanket answer to how to deal with these kinds of things in magazines case she's clearly you know the she she's an order of fries short of a happy meal i think the more she's left alone and maybe even encouraged the more effective opposition to her will will end up being lit squeeze one more in bridgeport connecticut and jane you're next high high ross i just wanna say the singular hundreds of speak with you i only wish my husband will rely because i can try and get your for years very proud of you i finally made by point is very simple rush we're talking today about immigration and our country but we're missing the point because what's going on in slow motion in broad daylight before all of us about a shot being fired we're being invaded the invasion of any country is the hospital entrance into that country's territory and an incursion arrayed and we see hordes of people from south america and mexico coming to our country and mexico i you know i'm saying it's it's it's an army like invasion in my theory goes something like this rush nexico has become the land bridge your witch foreign entities south america whatever are allowed to be ushered through their country to get to our borders now pastel entity showed up with guns slung on their backs american troops would be there we defend ourselves but they're much more clever deceitful every army has the tip of the spear my husband was a marine and he always told me that the tip of the spear tip of the spear here is these unaccompanied kids being at least rush god bless you read my mind this is exactly it sounds horrible i thought you holler when i said it but the tip of this fear is their children because that's they said that's the first landing force but you have and and they call it the tip of the sphere and the reason for that is this tip of the computer is an invasion because children are are an the this is the foot in the door that you cannot turn away jane can you hang on i've got i've got a brief gonna make some obscene profits here for the next three minutes can you.
Sarah Sanders says, U.S. team heading to Singapore, as scheduled, ahead of potential summit
"And the interesting thing is that this release comes at a time when us venezuela relations are very very tense holds expected to meet president trump who's been tweeting about his release as president trump often says we'll see what happens in american team is still heading overseas to work on logistics for a possible summit between him and north korean leader kim jong owen cbs news correspondent mola langey white house press secretary sarah sanders said today the white house pre advanced team for singapore will leave as scheduled in order to prepare should the summit take place this morning president trump rejected via tweet a new york times reports suggesting a june twelfth meeting with the north koreans would be impossible considering the lack of time to prepare wrong again the president tweeted us real people not phony sources the paper had in fact cited a senior white house officials speaking to a large group of reporters in the white house briefing room mr trump cancelled the june twelve salmon on thursday then yesterday suggested it could be back on track mr trump unwillingness to release his tax returns has some house hopefuls debating whether elected federal office holders should be expected to reveal the documents house candidates and incumbents in colorado new york and washington are among the few who've disclosed tax returns in an effort to show transparency and sway voters in their competitive districts ahead of the midterm elections data compiled by rollcall shows just one ten sitting lawmakers have released their tax documents warnings for parts of florida and alabama as the storm named alberto moves north jack bevan's with the national hurricane center in miami tropical storm alberto is over the southeastern gulf of mexico about one hundred and seventy miles southwest dry tortuga is at the end of the florida keys heavy downpours expected to begin hitting parts of florida louisiana mississippi and alabama tomorrow school officials in bridgeport connecticut will be deciding whether to change the name of warren harding high school when it moves to a new building in the fall asian scheduled to take up the issue tuesday evening harding was america's twenty ninth president from nineteen twenty one until his death in office in nineteen twenty three and his administration was.
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Parents weren't allowed to have touched the kids or have seen the kids and then he played a words from a socalled reporter who's also a conspirists who said that mr hesseltine claiming that he held his son and saw the bullet hole in his head that is not possible more than five years rights elizabeth williamson after one of the most horrific mass shootings in modern history the families of sandy hook victims are still enduring daily threats and online abuse from people who believe bogus theories that are being put forward basically for personal aggrandizement and profit in three separate lawsuits the most recent was filed this week and superior court in bridgeport connecticut the families of eight sandy hook victims as well as an fbi agent who responded to the shooting seek damages for defamation the families alleged in one suit that some of these conspiracy theorists quote persistently perpetuate a monstrous unspeakable lie that the sandy hook shootings were staged and the families who lost loved ones that day are actors who faked their relatives deaths i i actually think this is an important lawsuit and yes yes it is extraordinarily clear that not even the most crazed conspiracies could honestly believe any of it certainly all these years afterward because to believe it you would have to believe that there was collaboration from the fbi and from the local police and from the state police and from the coroner's offices and from all of these families what happened to their children where they go most of the families still live in sandy hook in fact one of these stories that is described here in this article involves a child who's now sixteen who was there in school his brother was killed and he has nightmares because of what people have said sandy hook families have been followed videotaped and harassed by people demanding proof that their loved ones actually died monuments to the slain children that have been up erected newtown have been stolen and defaced there's a one of the fathers of a dead child has been received numerous death threats including a leaflet who was handed to him look behind you it is death they've had to move into a twenty four hour security gated community nate wheeler fifteen hidden a school supply closet during the.
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Welcome than in europe buddy if university in philly and listen to the pa daleas as good he will be twenty two on march twenty second rule from the nutmegged crippling when the club people from craig he just send in honor of the winter olympics i want to send you this fleece jacket with a club logo good for earlymorning walks with jessie are casually taking up space behind the bar a chatter they are not not for profit curling club in bridgeport connecticut how many forprofit curling club i don't now obviously brian knows when he's what he has for their friends at the potomac curling club immoral merrily wait tone guests petit curling question which at stone ways i would take you guess thirty pounds that's pretty good how ma 43 don't let it was like 10 43 salah yes hot it i talked to left wing forty three d have advanced curling like if you're maya aged you get the iter curling stone gallison duckpin uh let's see love chairman lifted yawn incentives in steiger into indian round slovenia were here eiger they were here it and they bought a shirt oh by the way for people here shirts are only 12 box is that right said i feel i have helped michaels inheritance so that's very good actually the shirts running low again as i look owner is the greatest thing i got carried this is the best thing over the weekend are both days look in a male it's not like likely aloha tower magnox rick right this is for people who drive to the beach and take the route that i take two new so don't go theory everbroadening go the order too little towns the first little town is greenwood and the second little town is not greenwood it allendale was second little town is ellendale though i'm sure you receive numerous tips on route 3 '09 bypass you read my note on the air so i took your stop by deputy 5 turn sheriff taylor when he gave you a warning personally to make up for it i finally got a chance to stop and get you a gift certificate to our favorite icecream parlor on the way to the beach the andhra wins there's something about seeing the cows in the distant says you eat the cone on the outdoor patio that makes it all the more satisfying thinking.
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"You know there was more to that them let's take a movie with a horrible in and it really is actually have a good kick me up story in the morning alex built a story in any just wrap it everybody feel bad is poor man who is doing nothing but driving none killed because people stink right exactly and bridgeport connecticut and it can't enough about bridgeport connecticut okay teens stabbed a party mansion in newport rhode island research that seventeen this is a happy story john good briefest seventy year old boy was stabbed multiple times and free people were charged in connection with an out of control party at a new route ten kids love them the newport daily news reports that the on on on authorized party friday night at king's scott scott to as many as fifty teenagers appointment team was stabbed early saudi in the back between israel and above his left hip when he tried to break up a fight off he's and he he was in stable condition sunday the two boys charged in connection with the stabbing they face arraignment yesterday police in an eighteen year old drawn to various host of the party he charged with providing our called for minors he is a minor yeah i know he told sean interrupting dude kinda funny that alex i apologize to john back to you kind of funny the 18yearold news arrested for providing alcohol the miners and he is a minor i know you said that so did you what is going on buddy he told police he knew the estates' caretakers were out of town throw heat it so is that i know where they say mom and dad states caretakers three it he three invited some friends over its dark if he has a lawyer these are two stores now this is end abruptly the and weird he end of story is not clear if you've got a lawyer that's it back you guys in the studio a arrested for indecent assault which are job on ford empty a plus.
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"We we want more of the evening afterwards to celebrate that's what we want falcons played saturday and sunday this past weekend out in bridgeport connecticut and the saturday game frank i i saw some glimmers of hope sunday after your overcame the 200 deficit that look like your air force belkin hockey author most we just did that on sunday said guys we've got to drop go to on a couple of goals are because we after we have to test genes heart ease up there we we don't really know we like where where it's apple got adult he's over the heart and soul let's test jays art let's get dolled by two because if we give he's going to be all my god if we drop this game frank is going to be the most miserable interview at the end and like starts today but j u you deal with the turks holding up your deal with the anxiety pretty well you your gittens your get there you're getting better you're not getting older you're getting better at uri letters and the same the same for you i i don't know you weren't too happy on saturday with you put a positive spin on every day i thought it was i thought i was really good on on the on the older more mature frank i thought handle that pretty good and then the voice came through the next day and then i felt better about myself in an answer wigan out on saturday night they play good on sunday and then i gotta go on and tell them i'm sorry and all that i never had do anything like that goes all good i've started to like the uh the new falcons yeah starting likely has to yeah now wait wait wait till you still got some very would we got.
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The gut save may by perry the goalie covers up on the pain while a couple of minor changes for sacred heart they've got a young team thirteen freshman and sophomore in the lineup they took out one junior from last night put another freshmen in so they've got a young team force as young as well with all of those injuries faceoff in front of perry the puk owes him behind the pioneers net bringing over here to the near side reverse it to the other side against pressure by air force now back to the near side now backing behind the neck we played nearly three minutes no score early on bridgeport connecticut webster bank arena that's cover stone along with yegor doing a good job for foresee take the puck away they feed to the blue line boji censored across four levin his shot is wide boji gets a backfires away and he hit one of his own teammates in the back puk ricochets in behind the net dug up by the pioneers they tried a ribbon around this i bogeyed the take away in boji that quick wrister from the wall gloved out of the air by airy no rebound tell you what already in this game this team was paying attention the meeting today because the first message was shoot the puk don't wait don't dusted off don't look for something else if you have a shot first think shot first and put it on the air force is doing that the falcons with four shots on goal already in this game in three minutes pioneers win the dr ramin around to the other side to try to bring it up falcons trying to retake away can't do it it's pitched out of there and sliding slowly in to the air force end kopach gets to it first for air force and runs into defensive pressure there are almost crafted up saves it since it to the other side and the falcons stove it two hundred feet away kopach up to sarah tori sarah tori sends it to the.
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on Double Toasted
"You'll see look cordon woman marzel in the with the put this apart they say okay you thank you know everything about their good march the channel knows a little about that small case that he did back in the day back in this was back in nineteen forty one 18 taken a night warning while one a year in the case that that the exploring in his film is a is a rape case that took place in bridgeport connecticut where you had a rich white woman you know that was big back then white women blaming black man for the rape and rich white woman named eleanor streaming play by kate hudson she claims she was raped by her black chauffeur play bus during k brown who not only raped her she planes but tried to kill her by thai her up gagging her in throw her over into a bridge where she was lucky enough to know how to swim in break free in make it to safety illness sure not just the claim of a black man avin consider i had a consensual sex with a white woman is enough to get you killed but rape they want this they wanted this man did it was so bad for some people that they've in articles they when he put pictures up of the rupee they put it picked up of king conquering a white when they spatial is in the move that was like about amy wiz as you in.
"bridgeport connecticut" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Yes lane you'll see look cordon marzel in the deal with this apart they say okay you thank you know everything about their march to the title knows a little about that small case that he did back in the day back in this was back in nineteen forty one nineteen taken a night water will one a year in the case that that the exploring in his film is a is a rape case that took place in bridgeport connecticut where you had a rich white woman you know that was big back then white women blaming black man for the rape and rich white woman named eleanor streaming played by kate hudson she claims she was raped by her black chauffeur play bus sterling k brown who not only renters he planes but tried to kill her by thai her up gagging her in throwing her over into a bridge where she was lucky enough to know how to swim in break free in make it to safety illness sure not just the claim of a black man avenue had a consensual sex with a white woman is enough to get you killed but rape they want this they wanted this man did it was so bad for some people that they in articles they when he put pictures up with rupee they put it picked up of keen conquering a white will base his in the mood friday may is you in that's when they said okay you know where we don't know how to get out of this the odds are stacked on him that qian conquer took all but is to the russ too big too now jim daddy gultom manned it to the rescue and they say here there.