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Fresh "Burglary" from Charlie Parker
"Mess they think is backed up and there's no training. No trouble with the drainage. They've tried to do a little here and there, but Nothing seems to be when you flush the toilet. It's coming up in the battle over 100. High water rescues were needed Tuesday morning in southern Harris County. Some homes have been flooded a CZ well. Streets, cars and buildings were flooded in parts of coastal Texas, including Rockport, Corpus Christi, Galveston and the Boulevard Peninsula, and Cameron County officials have since opened beach access after they were closed as a precautionary measure. San Antonio Police were involved in a shooting late last night at the Westway Apartments on Cool Labor Road That's on the city's Westside officers were responding to a burglary when they heard a gunshot come from the apartment. A woman and five kids came running out of the unit until police there was a man with a gun inside. When officers tried to talk him out, he fired several shots of them. Officers returned fire hitting.
Woman Arrested, Facing Hate Crime Charges For Alleged Bottle Attack On Jogger in Queens, New York City
"A woman's been arrested in an attack on a black jogger and what side Queens last month video showed a white woman throwing a water bottle and shouting of the jogger asking her why she wasn't in Africa. Police say that woman was 53 year old Lorena Day Laguna. She's charged with attempted assault and felony aggravated harassment is a hate crime. 37 year old Stephanie Johnson was not injured. She tells the daily News. She hopes they Laguna learned her lesson and she just wants to move forward. Laguna has nine prior stating back to 2014 for burglary, menacing and graffiti, among other
Fresh update on "burglary" discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"4:30 p.m. You think you'd probably die for sure that it's some as Amy would call it Big T That's big trauma, just waking up, opening my eyes and seeing someone I mean, if I wake up Asi que Linda staring at me. I'm like what the crab much less people that shouldn't be there. The next day, Police arrested Matthew Amos bar 34 in Tabatha. Nicole Ha just 33. They're being held without bond in the Jefferson County jail on charges of burglary. Kidnapping an adult for ransom, extortion and theft of property clearly carried out by amateurs. The home invasion was captured by a security camera clearly just a straight security camera. Fortunately, he was not physically harmed and the $2,850,000 in stolen property were recovered. You would just think there would be a little more educated on how to run a crime. That's this thorough. You gotta kidnap. You got to get it wired. You're stealing other stuff. You would just think it's from the movie where they've been training to do this, like practicing themselves. And then all the sudden I'm like, All right, it's go time. Let's go get Elton be Stephen Junior, but they did it. They probably woke up and they were like, huh? AIDS and drugs. Let's go, rob somebody they're crazy. Crazy for your daddy. Well, just like stealing credit cards and wiring money. Isn't that just like automatic guarantee that you're gonna get caught? I guess if you wire to your own account again, I'm sure there are ways that I have no idea because I bet you people get away with this a times. That's why folks continue to do it, But we don't hear about a lot of it. You just wire it And you're like, all right, You're free to go. And if you say anything about this, we're going to kill you. And they have so much money. They're like, You know what? I'm just going to chill. I got that That happens sometimes have you so scared? They come back for more. That's that again. That's also but you're probably a little more ready for that to happen like I You're more prepared after it happens to you once. That's why when someone's house gets broken into the company's go, most people don't even get alarm system till they get broken into Because then they're scared, and then they get ready. So a burglar doesn't often go back to the same house even though it was easy the first time But because second time they know they probably did some stuff to make sure it wouldn't happen again. Been in and nutty story. That's why you're gonna wire it offshore. That's what I'm gonna do. You know what that means I've heard about in the movies can be traced offshore. Working from home is really bad for your health. Those who work from home have a tough time maintaining boundaries and don't know when to stop working. And it's causing mental health issues. This is affecting America more than ever because of the eight month extended period that people have had to work from home, if not all, but some. I think about Kalinka. She works all the time. If she works from home, and at first, I didn't get it. I was like, what's the deal? But she's like I never leave home. She's like I'm a home When I work. I'm home. When we're having dinner. I'm home or Washington like it's like I never leave. So she purposefully tries to go for a walk like she's very deliberate about getting out of the house, But I didn't really feel I've started to feel a little bit now because I don't really go any where I come to work. We're in the radio studio, so I get a little break. To go home and get home right after the show. I moment, you know noon And.
"burglary" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"This episode Lauren is a third rate burglary attempt. . This episode is all about Watergate. . I am so excited. . I'm so excited and you know what? ? This is why you decided to pour us a glass of wine. . To keep you entertained because honest to God, , this is a lot. . Old White men doing a lot of crap? ? Yeah. . Well, , cheers to that I guess. . Here we go. . SIP SIP. . All right everybody laid on me. . Buckle up. . The Watergate scandal was a political scandal in the US involving the administration of US President Richard Nixon from nineteen seventy, , two to nineteen, , seventy, four , leading to Nixon's resignation. . So okay picture it nineteen, , seventy, , two <hes>. . President Richard Mille House Nixon was running for re election. . The United States is still embroiled in the Vietnam. . War. . The country deeply divided a forceful presidential campaign seemed essential to the president and some of his key advisors <hes>. . All Right Act one. . ooh. . Ooh Act one the Watergate. . Complex. . Here's our key players here. . Okay. . We have Richard. . Nixon. . Who is the president of the United States and he is also the Republican nominee for the nineteen seventy two election tricky Dick Tricky Dick. . Exactly. . We. . We also do have George McGovern who is the Democratic nominee for the nineteen seventy, , two election although he barely shows up in the store you have to know that he's the he's the Democratic nominee. . There's H R Haldeman he is the White House Chief of staff and you have John Erlich men, , who is the council in Assistant to the President for domestic affairs? ? We also have the committee to re elect the president. . Do you do you know what this? ? Committee is often referred to as. . Is this like it's like the power four or committee to re elect the president. . It is officially abbreviated the CRP, , but it is often abbreviated as C. R. E. P. or creep <hes>. . References to that throughout this <hes> and creep is I mean yeah it works in this in this case citation, , but it is officially abbreviated cr the committee to re elect the president. . So in that, , some of the key figures are John, , Mitchell, , who is at this point, , the attorney, , General of the United States and then he becomes the campaign director. . There's Jeb Stuart Magruder, , who is a business executive and the acting chairman of the CRP <hes>, , and then a couple of names eubank actually be promoted with G Gordon Liddy he's a former FBI agent and European employee, , and there's also e Howard Hunt who is a former CIA agent and CRP CRP employees. . All right. . Here's the setting. . The Watergate complex. . K built between nineteen, , sixty, three , and nineteen seventy-one. . The Watergate was considered one of Washington DC's most desirable living spaces. . It was popular with members of Congress and political appointees of the executive branch the Watergate Complex actually a group of six buildings in the foggy bottom neighborhood of Washington DC in nineteen seventy two the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee was then located on the sixth floor of the Watergate office building. . So the Watergate complex, , it was intended to be a city within a city so it was supposed to have so many amenities that residents wouldn't need to leave you know. . So they were supposed to have like a post office and restaurant and Jen concierge Oh sure gyms in the seventy everyone's smoked like chimneys died forty eight. . Right that's why nobody who lived in the seventies is still around. . I always assumed it was just like a single building I didn't realize it was like. . Axe So? ? Yes. . There was the Watergate Hotel there was <hes> Watergate West and Watergate East, which , were like apartment buildings. . There's a Watergate office building and there's <hes> one of their Watergate apartment building too. . So <hes>, , it was a big complex <hes>. . It was actually proposed and built by the Italian architectural firm SGI. . And one really interesting. . The one thing that I found renders ing is the Vatican was actually a major investor in this project get how. . So because of this, , the Vatican was at one point part owner of the Watergate until nineteen sixty-nine that's wild. . Yeah, , right. . Whatever the Italian I mean. . Come on. . The Watergate's popularity among members of Congress, , and again, , these high-ranking of appointees was very strong and so many members of the Nixon Administration settled there that the DC press actually named it the Republican, , Bastille? ? Wows. . Yes. . So another group we have to worry about right now are called the White House plumbers. . They are simply sometimes called the plumbers or the room sixteen project Jay were covert White, , house, , Special Investigations Unit which was established within a week after the publication of the Pentagon papers in June nineteen seventy-one. . Okay. . So the plumbers job was to stop and or respond to the. . Leaking of classified information, , the news media <hes>, , and just a quick refresher at the Pentagon papers which was officially titled. Report . of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Vietnam Task Force was a US Department of Defense History of the United States is political and military involvement in Vietnam from Nineteen forty-five to nineteen, , Sixty, , seven in twenty eleven. . This report was formerly declassified and released. .
Fresh "Burglary" from WBBM Afternoon News Update
"Door systems, offers an automatic door with a touch free sensor. Help minimize the spread of viruses and bacteria called 100 the door to get your touch free sensor installed today. Next traffic Avoid 6 28 news ready of 7 81 of five point further skies Partly cloudy clear to partly cloudy tonight a lower on 59 tomorrow, Thursday and Friday. Pretty much the same part leader mostly sunny, nice and warm with a high near 80. Right now we have 79 degrees at O'Hare, 76 Midway 75 Morris 76 lakefront. It's 6 20. The top story this hour, the criminal case against the self styled urban cowboy who's Horace pecked right on the outbound Ryan tide of commuter traffic a day ago. Prosecutors have filed additional charges against Adam Carrington, the activist who called himself the dread head cowboy. We give you have Steve Miller will have much more on this story at 6 31 Well, Keegan police are investigating investigating what had been reported as an attempted burglary. What ended with two people dead 9 11 call was placed from a home on the 100 Block of Frolic Avenue at about 10 this morning, according to Waukegan police Commander Joe Flora. The person said there was an attempted burglary taking place. The caller stated that at least one of two suspects had a gun and was trying to gain entry into the home. Upon arrival, officers located the two subjects on the front yard. Of the residents deceased through apparent gunshot wound, the commander said. Investigators believe the two dead men tried to get into the home and shots were exchanged with an occupant of the home both sides firing at one another, he said. The case is open and active. Mike Krauser news radio 105.9 FM and time now for the tech minutes, what will make five G phones really take off? Price. I'm Brian Cooley from CNET in search of the next big thing. Nothing sells like a low price. And that especially applies to consumer tech, where shoppers are always aware that what they buy today could be obsolete in a couple of years. So when you see new five G phones today that cost a grand know that the action is really elsewhere. For example, massive phone chip maker Qualcomm just announced it will work with Motorola, Apo and Jeremy to get five G into smartphones that cost anywhere from 125 to $250. Starting Kyu won 2021 if they could do that. They can easily put five G and those really good mid range phones that most of us by for about 4 to $500, another key driver of five g toward low cost is the fact that consumers are pretty happy with their four g phones and not willing to spend a lot to move on from them. Carrier's need to make sure they price there. Five G plans to match the low cost ethic of these phones. No, What's next at CNN? I'm Brian Cooley. NewsRadio 7 81 5.9 FM. Right now you can soak in the savings at the Home Depot. Days of doing.
A Third-Rate Burglary Attempt
"This episode Lauren is a third rate burglary attempt. This episode is all about Watergate. I am so excited. I'm so excited and you know what? This is why you decided to pour us a glass of wine. To keep you entertained because honest to God, this is a lot. Old White men doing a lot of crap? Yeah. Well, cheers to that I guess. Here we go. SIP SIP. All right everybody laid on me. Buckle up. The Watergate scandal was a political scandal in the US involving the administration of US President Richard Nixon from nineteen seventy, two to nineteen, seventy, four leading to Nixon's resignation. So okay picture it nineteen, seventy, two President Richard Mille House Nixon was running for re election. The United States is still embroiled in the Vietnam. War. The country deeply divided a forceful presidential campaign seemed essential to the president and some of his key advisors All Right Act one. ooh. Ooh Act one the Watergate. Complex. Here's our key players here. Okay. We have Richard. Nixon. Who is the president of the United States and he is also the Republican nominee for the nineteen seventy two election tricky Dick Tricky Dick. Exactly. We. We also do have George McGovern who is the Democratic nominee for the nineteen seventy, two election although he barely shows up in the store you have to know that he's the he's the Democratic nominee. There's H R Haldeman he is the White House Chief of staff and you have John Erlich men, who is the council in Assistant to the President for domestic affairs? We also have the committee to re elect the president. Do you do you know what this? Committee is often referred to as. Is this like it's like the power four or committee to re elect the president. It is officially abbreviated the CRP, but it is often abbreviated as C. R. E. P. or creep References to that throughout this and creep is I mean yeah it works in this in this case citation, but it is officially abbreviated cr the committee to re elect the president. So in that, some of the key figures are John, Mitchell, who is at this point, the attorney, General of the United States and then he becomes the campaign director. There's Jeb Stuart Magruder, who is a business executive and the acting chairman of the CRP and then a couple of names eubank actually be promoted with G Gordon Liddy he's a former FBI agent and European employee, and there's also e Howard Hunt who is a former CIA agent and CRP CRP employees. All right. Here's the setting. The Watergate complex. K built between nineteen, sixty, three and nineteen seventy-one. The Watergate was considered one of Washington DC's most desirable living spaces. It was popular with members of Congress and political appointees of the executive branch the Watergate Complex actually a group of six buildings in the foggy bottom neighborhood of Washington DC in nineteen seventy two the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee was then located on the sixth floor of the Watergate office building. So the Watergate complex, it was intended to be a city within a city so it was supposed to have so many amenities that residents wouldn't need to leave you know. So they were supposed to have like a post office and restaurant and Jen concierge Oh sure gyms in the seventy everyone's smoked like chimneys died forty eight. Right that's why nobody who lived in the seventies is still around. I always assumed it was just like a single building I didn't realize it was like. Axe So? Yes. There was the Watergate Hotel there was Watergate West and Watergate East, which were like apartment buildings. There's a Watergate office building and there's one of their Watergate apartment building too. So it was a big complex It was actually proposed and built by the Italian architectural firm SGI. And one really interesting. The one thing that I found renders ing is the Vatican was actually a major investor in this project get how. So because of this, the Vatican was at one point part owner of the Watergate until nineteen sixty-nine that's wild. Yeah, right. Whatever the Italian I mean. Come on. The Watergate's popularity among members of Congress, and again, these high-ranking of appointees was very strong and so many members of the Nixon Administration settled there that the DC press actually named it the Republican, Bastille? Wows. Yes. So another group we have to worry about right now are called the White House plumbers. They are simply sometimes called the plumbers or the room sixteen project Jay were covert White, house, Special Investigations Unit which was established within a week after the publication of the Pentagon papers in June nineteen seventy-one. Okay. So the plumbers job was to stop and or respond to the. Leaking of classified information, the news media and just a quick refresher at the Pentagon papers which was officially titled. Report of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Vietnam Task Force was a US Department of Defense History of the United States is political and military involvement in Vietnam from Nineteen forty-five to nineteen, Sixty, seven in twenty eleven. This report was formerly declassified and released.
Fresh update on "burglary" discussed on Roe Conn
"Ankle bracelet with each people. That have been out of prison. I don't understand. The logic on that You've got all the police officers out there. But yet you're saying we can't monitor Beach ankle. Well, maybe if you could. Manager news ankle brace, but It may cut down on people going out and do anything. It might Certainly here. Thanks, Kate. I'm certainly hearing that from the superintendent who is mentioning that he feels as if when you start catching these guys over and over again, who out are out on home monitoring. Being caught and suspected in terrible crimes, killings of young Children, innocent kids on the street spraying gun fire into crowds just just just without any concern at all for human life. It feels as if there is something slipping through our fingers here. There is something about that policy. That's in effect. Now I get it. I get the idea that judges a reluctant to put you in in jail in the Cook County jail in these times. For a minor offense. But if you if you have an illegal weapon and you fired it discharges or otherwise, shouldn't that person spent some time in jail is that is that the right answer is, Can we make this home monitoring? Situation work better do we have the resource is within the county to go and look for a 4000 people and keep tabs on him. Listen, if I can interject here, this home monitoring system isn't like a doggy fence. Where When you cross the line, you get a shock. You know you've got a politician. Sheriff. You got a state's attorney wants to get reelected. He got a chief judge who all say what? We have left these people out. We have to let these people out. I was just talking to somebody today and a person that's been out, you know, committed a burglary went to jail. Got out did another burglary but to jail got out, and now they're letting that person out for the third time at home. My literary So you know, it's beyond being a political thing. It's not light with thing. It's not Ah, David Brown thing. It's a community thing. And if the community's allow these gangs members who lived down the street across the street down the block in the neighborhood, and they're shooting seven year olds in one year olds and a 10 year old Somebody has to pick up the ball and helped with the policing off these communities because otherwise they're just going to fall into the abyss and never come out. Well, it can't be only on the police, and I think we've all come to that realization that there are a lot of solutions that That need lots of systems that need to be working together in order to help move us for a P. Can you hang on a second? We've got calls to get to want to hear from you. 312981 72 100 will pick up the conversation with you Take some calls and also hear a lot more from Sergeant Pete. I want to ask you a couple more things that came up in the news conference today, as our city officials addressed horrifying weekend. Of violence in the city. Been talking about the violent weekend. 773 superintendent is right house arrest a joke When the offenders leave the home, they get a violation. The next time they go to court, and it happens over and over again, let's go to the phones here, Dennis, Go ahead. You're on WG and your thoughts on What you're seeing and what you hear in here, 1968. The federal government passed a law and it says any any person It's committing a federal crime. It also says that any Belen who's been confected, who was found with a gun, any gun is committing a federal crime. Where are the feds involved? Where there is a federal prosecutor standing up and saying Him. I've got a lot of people here that look like they're committing a federal crime. I think the city has tried to handle everything locally and not make it a federal issue. So far now does that last Ferro issue whether the city wants to be or not. Mr. Trump has said he helped Why you helping? Why aren't the feds Going in and prosecuting all these people who are found with a legal gun. Yeah, well, I think they could prosecute him on the county level to which is what we're pointing out in the failures of the home monitoring system. We already know who the people are. We know that they're coming through the courts regularly, and we know that they're set out on bond or home monitoring over and over again. The federal government is much larger than the county, state or city. It has more reach resource. More money. Why is the bed not stepping in? Where is the federal prosecutor? Where's the federal Attorney general, This is an advances. That was Sergeant Peacock Onus on W g N more coming up after this. True crime documentary Tiger.
Tampa Police: DNA Solved Rape from 2000
"A suspect in a Tampa rape case dating back 20 years has come up with a match resulting in an arrest in 2001. Police tried to stop Antonio rivers for a traffic violation. He ran from police and tried to get rid of a pistol, but he was arrested and the gun was found. He denied being at the woman's home. But a swab of his DNA was sent to the F D l e crime lab, and finally this week it was matched the DNA collected at the crime scene. Rivers was arrested in his charge with sexual battery and armed burglary.
Seattle police detail sweeping changes to officer assignments
"Breaking down how is going to reassign dozens of police officers to 911 response. It was Wednesday that new interim police chief Adrian Dia's announced that he would be moving around 100 officers from specialty units back to patrols. The department have notified 88 affected officers and detectives 29 coming from community police teams that focus on long term and chronic problems in neighborhood 21 or being pulled from traffic collision investigations. Another 20 will get out of the detectives that have been doing burglary and theft. Remaining personnel currently working community outreach, crisis intervention, Drug court, domestic violence, intelligence and also in narcotics and update. We
New York - At Least 3 Arrested, Businesses Damaged During Protests In Flatiron District
"Smashed windows. Graffiti vandalism protests last night in the Flatiron district ended up with arrests. Confiscation of a weapon to we get more now with 10 10 wins reporter Samantha Leven. Yes, Eight people were arrested after 11 businesses were vandalized during a protest that started peacefully in lower Manhattan. Police say the eight businesses had windows smashed, including a Starbucks here on Lafayette Street, and three others had graffiti written on them. The Starbucks surprisingly, is open for business this morning, but the windows are boarded up. Channel four spoke with someone from another business last night. That was vandalized. Uh, hard this hardening. You know, you got the right to do whatever you want, but I gotta hurt other people's property for Don't know what? I'm not gonna even be able to open the store tomorrow. So I gotta talk to her to see what they wanna do. Meanwhile, those protestors were met by police in the Flatiron district and made arrests around Madison Square Park, confiscating a stun gun, burglary and graffiti tools and reportedly a smoke
Texas 2019 DPS crime report shows increase in state's violent crime rate
"To Texas crime is on the rise and Cory Olson has the story. The latest report from GPS shows statewide. Violent crime rose by 1.6% in 2019 from the previous year, while property crime rose by 1%. Year over year, The violent crime increase was driven by a 6% rise in murders. While the property crime numbers included a 10% jump in vehicle thefts on the positive side, rapes were down 1.6% and burglaries down more than 4%. But it's less safe for the men and women in blue assaults on police officers rose nearly 5% between 2018 and 2019. Orioles symphonies radio 7 40
Denver Police arrest 9 for trespassing at its training academy
"Been arrested for trespassing at the Denver Police Training Academy. Two of the nine had burglary tools with them, but their intentions are under investigation. Offense was damaged last night and signs were defaced. Denver police say they encourage residents who have concerns about policing to engage in a productive dialogue, they say in a statement. The reckless efforts to harm people and property will not be tolerated. Six cars belonging to the suspects were impounded. White House
Wisconsin governor asks Trump to "reconsider" Kenosha visit
"President Trump is scheduled to visit Kenosha tomorrow. The talk with police leaders, despite a request from Wisconsin's governor and Canosa's mayor that he not make the trip because it would stretch police resource is now police air, releasing information about how busy they've been over the past week and ocean. Police say that as of yesterday afternoon 175 people have been arrested in Kenosha during the previous week following the police shooting of Jacob Blake. 102 of the arrests were of people not from Kenosha and came from 44 different towns and cities. 69 people were arrested for curfew violations, and of those 34 people were also charged with everything from carrying concealed weapons. Burglary and possession of controlled substances. More than 20 guns were seized. Three vehicles were towed and are part of criminal
Washington, DC man accused of kidnapping 3-year-old daughter
"Police are asking for the public's help in locating a man who took his three year old child from a home in South East early this morning. Authorities are calling this a burglary and parental kidnapping police a 20 year old savant Robinson of Northeast TC used force to enter a residence in the 1300 block of T Street Southeast. They say that once inside, he took three year old Mackenzie Washington and fled the scene in a white Chevy Suburban, go to w t o p dot com to see photos of Robinson and his daughter.
Atlanta - Seven-Hour Standoff With Armed Suspect Ends Peacefully
"In a cabin and wrote a Denver in the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office says deputies responded to the cabin on road 27 yesterday morning on reports of a burglary responding, deputies say the suspect was armed to the spear when they arrived, allegedly fled into unoccupied cabin where he armed himself with knives and an axe before barricading the doors. SWAT team took 38 year old Nathan Alexander surface into custody Several hours later, President Trump has been
Capital Murder Charge Filed in Death of Plano Jogger North of Dallas
"Called a Person of interest in the death of a jogger in Plano has now been jumped up to a capital murder charge. US for his police have been waiting for DNA test results to come back in the murder of cancer researcher star Miss Watson. Now that the tests are back capital murder, kidnapping and burglary charges have been filed against 29 year old Bacary Moncrief. There had been concerned that send was targeted because of her Indian descent. But Plano police officer David Till he says investigators do not believe that was the case. We believe it was mere circumstance and won the wrong place. Wrong time type things that Whomever had have been coming along regardless of their race or ethnicity would've also likely become a victim sends body was found in the Chisholm Trail Park in Plano. She had been out for a jog. Moncrief, who had been locked up is a person of interest had his bond raised from $1 million to 10 Million LP. Phillips
Dallas - Capital Murder Charge Filed in Death of Plano Jogger
"Murder, kidnapping and burglary charges are filed over the August 1st killing of a jogger in Plano. As we hear from K R. L D's help, he Phillips. The new charges hinged on DNA test results, 29 year old Bakari Moncrief faces the charges for the death of cancer Researchers are mischievous N san was found dead in the Chisholm Trail Park and play on August 1st. Moncrief had been arrested for burglary shortly after sends body was found and became a person of interest. Plano police officer David Till he says it all came down to DNA test results, and they had to wait. I'm like TV. That doesn't happen overnight, and we appreciate it Buddies. Patients on this, but it was the forensic analysis that was able to get this guy charged with the with the capital murder. There had been some concern in the Indian community that this was a hate crime, but an arrest affidavit says Moncrief recently had mental health issues
Mayor Defends Chicago Police After Clash with Protesters
"24 24 people people were were arrested arrested after after Chicago Chicago police police and and protesters protesters clash clash last last night night in in the the loop. loop. This This morning, morning, Chicago Chicago police police released released surveillance surveillance footage footage showing showing what what they they said said sparked sparked the the confrontation. confrontation. It It shows shows some some protesters protesters taking taking out umbrellas and advancing toward the police line Mayor Lori Lightfoot, praising police for fairly quickly settling the weekend protests that devolved into violent skirmishes. We're absolutely not going to tolerate people who come to these protests looking for a fight and are intending to injure our police officers and injure innocent people who just come to be able to express their First Amendment rights. Lightfoot on CBS's face the Nation this morning video streaming and citizen helped lead to the arrest of a 20 year old man involved in last week's looting. Police. A 20 year old Aaron Neil faces charges of burglary and criminal damage to property. He was seen in a video tryingto hit a store in River North Police Superintendent David Brown says it was an on ly video that led to his capture, but word from residents within 90 minutes. Members Members of of the the community community contacted contacted us us solve solve this this crime crime against against not not on on ly ly the the store, store, but but the the city city of of Chicago. Chicago. This This was was a a first for the new looting task force within the Chicago Police Department, A 20 member unit reviewing social media a
Two Are Questioned In Chicago's Windy City Cannabis Burglary On Weed Street
"Police made short work of an alleged attempted burglary of a marijuana dispensary on the north side over the weekend least responded to a call of a burglary in progress at windy City cannabis on Weed Street in the Goose Island neighborhood. Be sometimes says two people were taken into custody, one of them in possession of what were called burglary tools. Windy city cannabis opened at that location, Little less than a month ago, the company has four suburban locations. In late May 4 Pot dispensaries in Chicago were looted following protests of the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd.
Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall Says Use Of Tear Gas, Pepper Balls During Protests Must Be Approved By Her
"New guidelines in effect for the DPD and how they handle demonstrators. The police chief or any hall says Officers can't use tear gas pepper balls a rubber bullets during non violent protests by making this statement making this announcement, there is a clear line of direction for deployment of the entire mobile field force. And that also has to apply for neighboring or supporting jurisdictions that will come into the city of Dallas. Former police chief Jeff Holstein in Fort Worth, says the new directives allow police to use non lethal force for burglaries, vandalism of crimes against people. However, officers have to have a supervisor's position permission.
Getting Out Of Prison Sooner
"Alexis Nicholson, has this picture from when she was eight years old, so yeah, this picture means to me I've always had onto even though she's a piece of paper from chucky cheese. It's a picture from her eighth birthday party. There were a lot of people there, but this picture especial to Alexis because it's just her and her Dad Reggie there in a photo booth in their heads are up against each other smiling. Shaky cheese and I. don't really it's hard to talk about. Alexis is Reggie's only daughter. She's twenty five years old now, and she got this picture printed on a pink sweatshirt that she's wearing. I've always been a daddy's girl. You know what I mean so I've I've always been close to him? Even though he's always been far away, I guess you could say her. Dad was arrested not too long after that birthday party when he was just twenty five years old, according to transcripts, the police had shown up at Reggie's house in Oklahoma City because it's home. Burglary alarm had gone off Reggie wasn't home for it, but when he got there, his door was left, wide open and police were waiting outside. They had responded to the alarm. And Reggie told the cops they could go in look around, and while they were looking around, they found a shoebox with some drugs, money and a gun inside. And they arrested Reggie. I do remember when I got told. My grandma beats me up from school. And She was just like they got you. In I knew I knew she was talking to Bellboy at. Believe is so I asked her I said who I said WHO has she? The police do. The police found six hundred and thirty five grams of crack cocaine in the shoebox, which is a decent amount it would be like to soda worth of crack a little over a pound enough to be considered trafficking. This was in two thousand and three now. If you were caught with this exact amount of drugs today in Oklahoma. The most prison time you could get is twenty years so a long time. But the laws were much harsher back then, especially, because Reggie had been caught with drugs twice before, and that combination to drug convictions plus a trafficking conviction it carried one sentence and one sentence only the rest of your life at the trial. The prosecutor told the jury that life meant. They could give reggie a million years if they wanted. Mercy is for people who don't commit one crime. After another, the prosecutor said mercy he said is for the innocent. The jury gave Reggie Life in prison without the possibility of ever getting out, that was mandatory, but then the jury added another one, thousand, six hundred and fifty years after life, even though that's impossible, and even though he didn't do anything violent. For Lexus it was like she had to mourn. A living person is different from see somebody in a casket versus going to a prison in. You can't leave with the person that you WANNA. Leave with this breathing that the person has life. You know what I mean. This impossibly long sentence came out at a time when Democrats and Republicans were trying to top each other how tough they could be on crime especially on drugs, and even more especially on crack. They said someone like Reggie's should never come out but this. After seventeen years behind bars, reggie got the chance to do something. He never imagined he'd be able to. Your original Nicholson Nicholson Junior. Mr Nicholson. Could you give me your? Number please Sir Reggie got the chance to ask to be considered to be released from prison one day. Even though he was told, this would never be a possibility, but here he is before April board about to make his case. You recognize these folks. Asserts mom this. Magadan okay great they've this was in February. We were able to be there for this. For Reggie's parole hearing his whole family showed up off my dad. Also I didn't see this big back. That's my day her. For All in small conference room at a prison in Oklahoma City. Reggie's the only one appearing by video screen. Nicholson. Would you raise your right hand, please? Swear the testimony you will be before the board will be the true. This hearing was almost impossible to imagine twenty years ago and Reggie didn't get this opportunity because his case stood out. It didn't standout. Reggie dot before this board, because lawmaker said maybe we went too far, not just with Reggie with a lot of people.
4 charged in Los Angeles death of rising rapper Pop Smoke
"All right now, speaking pap smoke, four people have been charged with his murder in the Hollywood hills home invasion killing. Two men in two teenage boys were charged yesterday, and that was for breaking into the home, where pop smoke was staying and fatally shooting him during that robbery that happened in February of the adult. The adult defendants are nineteen year old, Corey Walker and Qianjiang Rogers. They're nine hundred and eighteen years old. They could face the death penalty if they're convicted on the allegation that the murder occurred during a burglary and the other two teen defendants are ages seventeen and fifteen, and they're facing one count of murder and robbery. I don't feel sorry for them whatsoever. They took that young man's life for for no reason at all. It seems like and that's what happens the energy you put out of the as you get back like they have to deal with the consequences of their actions so I I don't have any sympathy, no remorse.
Seattle PD chief lays out what 50% budget cut would mean for police force
"Carmen Best is warning of severe cuts. If the city slashes the Police Department's budget in half. Last night, she laid out what de funding would actually look like comas. Cole Miller is more with a national focus on police reform sweeping the country. The city of Seattle is gaining widespread attention after Or a majority of City Council members say they support funding SPD by 50%. It is undoubtedly a polarizing debate chief Carmen Best releasing this video message Friday. To be honest with you. No matter which way things go. There will be further cuts not only to SPD but citywide. And she also sent this letter to Mayor Johnny Durkin, highlighting what she says What happened, Southwest Precinct would have to shut its doors and overall, the department would be forced to terminate or transfer roughly 1100 employees, leaving just 630 deployable sworn members. Homicide and violent crimes team would be thinned down to less than 25 people and with sexual assault cases less than 10 detectives dedicated to those investigations. Other specialty units such as auto theft, burglary, domestic violence, narcotics and vice chief Best says she sees no way to maintain them. The harbor unit Traffic unit and SWAT team would be done away with almost
"burglary" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"A burglary deputies showed up to the home early this morning on Lamont to drive after getting that call one county sheriff's spokesperson Carrie Braun tells KNX the woman was found outside holding a gun and was shot by deputies when she didn't put a damper contact at the home honored at the location where the burglary was originally reported and the homeowners told deputies that they actually did not call for assistance she says the original call came from a cell phone the woman might have had and that there were and was never a burglary Brian says it's not clear why the call was made Los Angeles county sheriff's department is under increasing pressure to equip its deputies with body cameras in the wake of last week's shooting death of an eighteen year old man your Gardena sheriff Alex being away for says the department will start rolling out the cams in the next few months but Los Angeles county supervisor Hilda city says that's not enough I'm skeptical of this pilot program to implement the body worn camera since five sites were identified and the east LA station was excluded I urge them to do for transparency sake to include intellistation we have to be transparent for the sake of our public the sheriff is blocking the release of the autopsy of Andres Guardado the man killed near Gardena the head of the civilian oversight commission says that he is something he is allowed to do state superintendent Tony Thurman says his department will look into the impact of police officers on school campuses already seen data that shows in many cases when they're police on campus this results in more suspensions or rest of our students and in particular African American students and other students of color he says the goal is to find out if the officers really make things safer this comes after the LA school board rejected a proposal that would have slashed ninety percent of the school police budget by twenty twenty four there's been a call to get rid of school police on campuses around LA some board members say they were reluctant to take such a drastic action without an alternative plan in place to guarantee the safety of students lawmakers in San Bernadino county adopt a resolution affirming that racism is in fact a public health crisis in making the declaration with the unanimous vote by the board of supervisors the county plans to actively participate in the dismantling of racism by several me one of which will be the creation of an equity element group to help identify and research public concerns related to law enforcement's pastor Samuel Casey told the board is vitally important that we're at the table lifting our voices in speaking for ourselves and and claiming for ourselves board vice chair Josie Gonzales we have an opportunity to bring about institutional change rethinking revamping revitalizing the entire sambar Dino county community the resolution affirms that racism is a public health crisis that result in disparities in family stability health and mental wellness.
"burglary" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Burglary coffee lake pickup left stocks mixed to higher to start the week is like trying to guard Activision blizzard on the earnings gent it is time for forty one New York started out the week with the continuing decline in corona virus figures but it's still slow go in the epicenter of the pandemic in America the total number of coronavirus hospitalizations across New York state was below ten thousand for the second day in a row that hasn't happened since late March but governor Andrew Cuomo said now we're on the other side of the mountain you start to see the shape of the mountain unfortunately the decline from the mountain is not as steep as the incline there was a significant decrease in the daily death toll from the previous day still two hundred and twenty six new Yorkers who passed away while some regions of the state are at a low transmission rate the New York City metropolitan area still has a ways to go Steve casting down for ten ten wins hello this is the numbers in the five boroughs are moving in the right direction on several fronts his honor calling Monday an excellent day in some good news when it came to PP we have a little breathing room we can finally insure for the whole week I had that every hospital every nursing homes will get what they need that means the N. ninety five masks the surgical masks the gloves the face shields the surgical grounds the whole set here than one hundred people were admitted to New York City hospitals recovered nineteen in the latest twenty four hours meanwhile the NYPD officer recorded using a taser and roughly taking down a person during a social distancing stop has been taken off the street police commissioner Dermot Shea I don't think it takes away from what I said the other day the end of the video I think we got to be better and that's what was most probably to president of the PBA thus says social distancing is not their job Pat leach says cops didn't sign up to enforce social distancing he says there's confusion about what their role is they need to get back to dealing with core public safety issues as he puts it and he's expressed concern about warmer weather and more people outside Lynch was not commenting on the video showing officer Francisco Garcia in a violent confrontation while making an arrest in the East Village the police commissioner won't characterize it as a social distancing situation he's place Garcia on modified assignment Garcia out won't be interacting with the public reports name him in several lawsuits in which more than two hundred thousand dollars was paid out to complainants Juliet Papa ten ten wins news Wednesday's time for forty four violent deaths over lack of face coverings in flint Michigan a woman her adult son and husband are all charged in the shooting death of a store security guard police and prosecutors say forty three year old security guard Calvin Munnerlyn refused to allow Sharm el takes daughter into the dollar general store last Friday because she didn't have a facemask T. he argued with Munnerlyn before she and her daughter left prosecutors say witnesses have told investigators Teague's husband an adult son showed up some twenty minutes later and confronted Munnerlyn who was shot and killed Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer says citizens of our state need to stay calm throughout the corona virus crisis people keep a level head that we do the right things protected ourselves on protecting others Sharm el Teague is in custody police are looking for her son and husband all three face first degree murder charges I'm timid wire no school for the rest of the year in the garden state New Jersey schools will remain closed for the rest of the academic year the reality is that we cannot safely re open our schools to provide students and families for faculty and staff the confidence needed.
"burglary" Discussed on Smashing Security
"Thank you very allow. It was a relaxing seen. The wind was blowing in east elite burden. What was the air quality rating for that date? You know Fab. The birds were singing and there was the sound of someone. Bicycling past neighborhood bring was not well was not well because restaurant. Worker Zachary McCoy he was that McCoy he was talking about his regular business and he received an email un-unexpected email claiming to come from Google's legal investigations support legal investigation support team. If I got an email like that suddenly be Google police. Well the email told him that. The local police force had demanded information related to his Google account and unless he went to court and try to block it. Google would give the police the information within seven days. Okay so basically. They got a request for his information. They warn the person whom the cops are cited no. They weren't when they did that. I did so basically. We don't think they do to click date really by said. If you've got any problem with this let us know because there was no warrant. Maybe maybe it's because they say the COPS said look. Can you just give this account? Because we get out. And they're like okay maybe but with ask him first because there's warrant just seven days for him to try blocking co how well. How would you responsive if Google send you that kind of message? Well I probably wouldn't open the email and so I'm screwed just claim ignorance never star. Sorry so you can't do anything. Probably just one Nelly Mitt ignorant well McCoy was flooded and he thought that's going on here and he thought to have an android phone and like many people. I use Google Youtube Google products and soon all of the data would be in the hands of the police but he had a clue and the clue was a case number referred to in the email from Google. He took that case number. And he went to the Gainesville police department's website and he looked it up and what he discovered was that there was a wizened ninety seven year old lady lesser lift less than a mile away from his home. He say from current affairs. She she'd found that several pieces of precious jewelry including her engagement. Ring out here with two thousand dollars had been stolen. Had gone missing from a home should be burglarized design in America. Yeah Burglar got add. Is that they really do. They call it been burglarized burglarize catch might actually be old English which weaves a bit like gotten which we've dropped but the Americans have rather quaintly kept so they say burglarized very funny very strange US colonials now so seemingly the police in Gainesville Florida were interested in Zachary. Mccoy's Google account because of this little old ladies burglary. This is what he he worked out so what he did was. He went to his parents. He doesn't know this woman does he? Well no he doesn't. It's not an annex it up and you have no idea you're talking about exactly right okay. Just throwing clear sorry. Go seven days until Google hands. I've rule of my data things to my can do say boroughs a few thousand dollars from his parents. Knee hires a lawyer and they did some digging around. Go looking around for what time look at. What's going on here? Growth there and they discover that the authorities were attempting to use a geo fence warrant to get his personal information. We talked about GIO fence more more. Sometimes they called location dragnets or remorse. Location such you dial back to episode one hundred forty four or you have tenure research institute clearly very much we described how the FBI had old google to do one of these reverse location searches. Tell them investigate. A bank robbery in Wisconsin. Yeah basically imagine a huge net over a location in a city or a town or a neighborhood and then he just go down and just scoop up any information from anyone there that might fit profiler might be interesting to them on their interest in who was at a particular location or in the environment within a time period yet. When they don't have any leads they can find potential suspects by running sort of location recognize really kind of interesting and increasingly cops are using the They want to know who's in the vicinity of a crime based upon the location data shed by their mobile phone so now Zachary McCoy knows that his phone's location had linked him the vicinity of the crime scene lethal. Why why me he sing him? What makes me suspicious? Well it turned out when he looked is run. Keep a fitness tracking APP that you realized that he had been riding his bicycle. Three times within an hour. He'd been doing a loop and it'd been passing slowed lady's House that suspicious activity a bit like crew. You know how crazy you in your neighborhood. At least they're people cruise around low-speed now. Just let me their arms of stuck out the window. That doesn't actually happen. But what did we do have drag races? What'S OXFORD YEAH? It was like on a Sunday night. On what street on and they were they obviously going around quite large block because they were going up our street every about five minutes and they did it for about an hour and a half and there was about maybe ten cars and it wasn't super late. It was like maybe nine. Pm or something like how. How could they do that on the roads at y'all have those are tiny exactly as people hark on those roads on Sunday nights right and there is families and exactly really? Yeah for real anyway. It was all of this information gathered by his android APP in being shared with Google. Which made him a personal of interest. Yep I get that now facing the house or something exactly and I think they really sort of highlights this whole problem of just how much information technology companies like Google scooping up about us from mobile phones and the ease with which the police can potentially grab. It is pretty scary isn't it? Yeah but you haven't answered the question. Can what's that did he steal the.
"burglary" Discussed on The Leader
"The Evening Standard's revealed Crystal Palace. Tom Amadou Sacco's home in London. In has been rated and a half million pounds robbery it follows full people being convicted of breaking into chef. Marcus weddings has last year. Both properties are in Wimbledon Oldham residents. They are awarded being targeted by burglary tourists since criminal gangs who fly into the country to rob wealthy homes. Same area had been hit by the Wimbledon prowler. As DRIK Pash who was jailed last year after admitting a series of break-ins going back to two thousand and eight but our editorial column says the crime. mm-hmm raises wider concern for everyone the disclosure by this newspaper that the home of a Crystal Palace Footballer has become the latest target of a burglary burglary might seem at first like a story from a different world it's obvious burglaries like this have eye-catching features that grabbed attention. But what's more important. Is they illustrate a bigger problem affecting rich and poor across the capital and the trauma that some awesome present crimes inflict. The latest met. Crime figures. Show there were only fractionally fewer than sixty thousand residential burglaries across London last year. Eh slightly down on the year before but still far too. Many even worse are statistics showing fewer than two thousand of the crimes have been sold so far intensive efforts can go into tracking down the serial burglar who carry out many of these crimes but has the high level of offending adding indicates. The police still need to redouble their efforts to bring more offenders to justice. Crime correspondent Anthony Francis covering the story. A Anthony. What do we know about this? Latest case involving Mamadou Sakho so this is probably the worst news that the residents of Wimbledon Overton village could expect just as they thought that the Wimbledon prowler being called after ten years now comes a will professional burglars Glitz who are coming into the country from South America specifically to target times wealthy people in this particular case it say footballer who he's staying at a house which is rented Nicolas Anelka other former Chelsea and also And at some point on December the twenty seventh two men broke broke into the house and stole half a million pounds worth of property from the From his home. Police have made an appeal. I'm they've appealed for anybody. Knows is A woman who is seen on C. D. TV to come forward so we don't know specifics of this particular crime but it does appear as if these gangs of very well organized. They seem to know when people are going to be around very much. Yeah and and probably probably In a way that the Wimbledon prowler the himself Operated as in these people are known to the police here usually. They are flown into the country. They're not even on the police radar Dr as soon as they arrive at the airport they given cause and a mobile phone and told which properties to go and Burgo and in fact they've even taken teich into pudding orange dots outside the houses of Houses that should be targeted so the coming in specifically to commit these crimes so being flown into the UK and slowing straight back out as well. Yeah Yeah and of course. This is This is tragic for the Anelka family. as well because of course the house was targeted by the women. prowler and Mr Melker actually chased him off from his back garden. And this presumably makes it extremely extremely hard to catch these people. It does make me extremely come. Yeah I mean they were looking on in in terms of the Maka. Swearing case is actually sorry police Who picked up the individuals and they will get? The four guys were given forty months in jail this week. And when they were picked up those individuals They had some evidence on the miser. Stand it that's right. Yeah they did actually take him pictures of themselves with The celebrity chefs Jewelry that they stole during the right. So is there a wariness. Now among you know places like Wimbledon village. This could happen again. Yes I mean you. There is a huge amount of wealth in the area and Aussie now with Yet another burglary of ice liberty in that area people really. He wants to be aware of things. So there are many things that people can do You know for example. Make sure you get a burger lomb and CICI TV the and things like that and also you that makes you lucky doors when you go out and basically make your house. Look as if somebody's by putting lights on the line and of course don't Post Your Holiday Dot Post holiday pictures on instagram and tell everybody your wife next. The city has been expecting with the election results. Erm being so decisive in the mid December. We'd see a little bit of recovery from that and a bit of a retail elbow response may be wonderful phrase but it hasn't happened. Jonathan print grim Christmas for retailers. was the night before Christmas and new woman shops. Apparently well not very many people retail sales fell for the fifth month in a row in December. And that's after. The British Retail Consortium already said to one thousand nine hundred was the worst year since nineteen ninety-five. I've have come into the evening standard's newsroom to talk to our consumer business editor Jonathan Prynne. Who's been looking at the figures Jonathan? How the really bad she Its fifth month on the The retail sales totals has fallen. We've never had that before. So we're into Unprecedented territory it comes At the end of what was already a pretty bad year for the high streets And I think most I think the city was caught on the hop start. You buy these figures over. Slight rise is because the month in question includes Friday. which normally sweats give something of a boost to the numbers so yeah they're they're messy that but why it's an it's been an ongoing trend all year consumers have been feeling If they want to sit on their on their savings that'll be. We've been living through very uncertain. Times comes in uncertain times people tend to spend less they tend to go for safety. I build up the road. Financial Resources Save a bit. But I think the city has been expecting the with the election. Results been so decisive in the middle of December. We'd see a little bit of recovery from that in a bit of a retail. Boris Bounce. Maybe one of a better phrase but it hasn't happened put. It may be just that it's going to take a few months of people to start on wind and think okay. Maybe it's safe to go back and spend spend again but why would a long way from that. At the moment is there anything retails can do then apart from sit and wait nobody goes back up Probably not a lot they can in. I mean they can always improve their offering improve Products Consumer seem to be very much in a mood for experiences as well L. is just stuff when they go out shopping so they can make shops more interesting exciting fun places to be. There's a slight longer term trend going on the the generally particularly young consumers scenes of decided that they've got enough staff on they want what they want out of life experiences rather than just ever more increasing Some consumer durables so to make shopping more of a fun experiences is probably like an high today now the the walls time when fans were kind when their voices were soft and the words were inviting but that was thirty five years ago and there was no twitter when les miserables Zarrella first exploded like a French revolutionary cannon into London theater scene rebooting a precious musical in the age of social media is a gamble. But that's camera. macintoshes done with a gritty revamp just unveiled to the press achieve credit. Nick cut as was among the people who had them sang. Nick did it. Need to reboot it. It probably did. I think. Camera Macintosh the producer would probably say that all musicals need to be refreshed or visited At some stage in In the course of their history I mean. Certainly that's been running as long as this one has It probably did need a new fresh set of eyes on it. I can imagine there were a lot of people. Oh a little bit wary about changing anything in les miserables. But you've given it four stars yes I have. It's got a slightly grittier edge now. It was was very much sort of product to the eighties. Originally I think in its styling staging It's been through various different iterations since and this version version is based on a touring production That starts out. I think about ten years ago and for all that people are very possessive of the bugle. Go very possessive with their favorite musicals. I think most of them are quite interested if If if things are sort of switched out once in a while acquainted see new people getting into into the roles quite interested to see if redesigned. Or you'll restaged in some way. So yes. Has it still got the the kind of the signature les miserables of soaring. Soon's that kind of feel to it. Yeah they haven't Certainly haven't changed and not with the score as far as I'm aware And it does have it. Does sort the switch between those holiday pounding anthems and Than those those big sort of frontal stage Solos.
"burglary" Discussed on WRVA
"There was a burglary that I haven't even heard anybody use the word burglary in so long I guess it's still the proper term I would just said break in but there was a burglary. on my block no I haven't had any problems in my neighborhood in the longest time specially not on my block. any says to me because there's a break in at this address. which is. right across the street from me. and they said that there was a witness and so I ones wondering if it was you and as a no no I did. see anything. is do you have any cameras on your house might not yet but they're coming now. landing on that for awhile interesting. little side note I asked him about the cameras in thing about putting in a Cameri or two here and there he goes yeah you know we get camera footage all the time because of these at the end of the new door bells in particular your ranking and I think there's a couple of other ones and he's like you know we get the video it but to be honest. it doesn't help. because even though you can say Hey look you can see the guy he's right there across the street all you really see is like of a fuzzy image. and that's about it. so let's say I come up to your door you can get a really good shot of me not to say anything. so he said he I look it was if there was a guy who's at this address we have a kind of a. a good idea of what's going on and we we're pretty sure was premeditated which I think who would do a non premeditated. great I don't know what you know what I feel like doing film what let's break in that guy's house over there sounds like a plan don't think exactly works that way but a so he asked me is like as a way of you have you secure your house and secured everything around there I said well. pretty much. but then I thought you know I know a lot of people maybe they don't. secure their house the proper way maybe they don't you know have everything in place that they need to have in place and I started looking around my house going okay I used to be Johnny on the spot about security around here used of a system and everything have I gotten a little complacent maybe I have so one of the things I will talk about at some point today is I want to talk about little things you can do to secure your home I mean we all go away I grew up in the middle of nowhere well not really grew up in a variety and we left our keys in the cars and we left the house on locked. that all the time. it was nothing for me just to walk into my parents had come back from New York and just walk in like I owned the place because that's what we did those things have changed and I've got a look around in and figure out what I wanted the first thing that really occurred to me I'll be honest with you is my window units. I've got two with two rooms that they stay cool by your window units and if there is secure as I'd like him to be. we would be hard to push one of those in not trying to give anybody ideas but they could be more secure and I'm gonna look into it and I will take your calls at three four five eleven forty that's three four five eleven forty that's how you get through to.
"burglary" Discussed on KOMO
"That there was a burglary in his home and again home surveillance video caught Chanel in the home stealing a guitar and running away from it during a search warrant police also found jewelry and a large rock inside of Chanel's backpack he was arrested on August fifteenth and charged with the residential burglary four days later his long criminal past includes a two thousand ten arrests were you got stuck in the chimney trying to break into a Seattle home police say he was stuck for hours and then pleaded not guilty after being arrested investigators want to know who made a frightening and dangerous prank call early yesterday morning that led to another case of swatting officers race to Homer Renton only to find a frightened family inside commercials and fun I came here and then I can hear banging on my door it was about three Saturday morning when Michelle dough heard yelling I just wake at seeing police why an officer with the shield Joe was home with two of our kids when officers arrived and rush them outside the back of a police car they said we received a four to call from us in crisis hotline I'm saying that your husband called in as in self saying that he confessed to raping and murdering his family I'm like what now that's not possible obviously you know we're here they're expecting to find Somers scenes and thank god they didn't Joe asks officers where they got the information when the officer said well it came from a crisis hotline and like have you guys checked in the sliding police say swatting is a crime it's making a prank call to nine one one one that typically involves hostages or shooting so that police and emergency crews respond to someone's home it happened several times now in king county back in June video capture the seventy three year old grandma and Auburn ordered outside by deputies deputies arrived in surrounded her home after swatting call I am happy and I'm mad does that she has so many mixed emotions right now I just think about all the time wasted.
"burglary" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Rudolph the red nosed reindeer costume during burglary. I'm ambivalent. I'm just gonna tell you right now. Ma'am, I'm not like into attornal damnation as I read that headline. This comes from CBS news in specifically CBS Denver a Christmas themed burglary has Fort Collins. Colorado police asking for tips a burger was seen on surveillance video wearing part of a Rudolph. The red news reindeer reindeer? Costume during the crime, the costume covered her face and her head until she took it off to get a better look at what she was doing. She stole allegedly several items from a local business. Fort Collins, police have even reworded Rudolph the red nosed reindeer for the case. Rudolph the red nosed burglar had a very shady scheme. And if you saw the video it would want to make you scream. All of the other burglars used to steal without disguise. They wouldn't like this Rudolph she's differed from the other guys on one foggy December eve Rudolph came to steal broke into a hickory. Shop never expected to see a cop. Oh, how the camera caught her as she committed burglary. Rudolph the red nosed criminal. We need your help with her. I d. Don't know exactly. Where to go with that one? Other than to say, it's consistent with our holiday theme. I mean, she obviously doesn't deserve a trial. That's for sure. And they're gonna find her, and he had double or sentences are putting on the Rudolf thing. I mean to blame it on Rudolph. You know, it's gutless enough to walk in and have a burglary. It's gutless enough to walk in and have like a hockey mask on or something stupid. But it's really really below the belt when you blame it on Rudolph. That's just not right. No trial triple the sentence. She won't do it again. Katie k radio. Another..
"burglary" Discussed on KTRH
"Process by which we reproduce. Sexual act. Is fraught with awkwardness? Repression. All sorts of oddness. In fact, it's a subject that some of you will turn the station rather than talk about fully understand not mad at you, nor do I need the Email from you. Saying that you change the station. Just just change the station. I'm good. You be good too. But it's an issue that we have increasingly dragged into the courtroom. It's an issue that we have expanded the state's control and review of. But here's the problem. It's not always simple. Let's take the case of burglary for instance, burglary of a habitation occurs. When an individual trespass is on a property where he doesn't have agency. He doesn't have license doesn't have permission to be an enters a structure dwelling. With the intention of taking what he finds there. Right, otherwise, it's just basic vandalism. We can look at the elements of a crime. Let's let's pull those up elements of. Burglary in Texas. You have to look at the elements of a crime to understand whether a crime was committed in that swear people get upset over lawyering. But it's important otherwise you. Well, I Don waste budget time. They're a person commits an offense if without the effective consent of the owner of the person one enters a habitation or a building or any portion of a building not then open to the public with intent to commit a felony theft or an assault or remains concealed with intent to commit a felony theft or an assault in a building or enters a building or habitation and commits or attempts to commit a felony theft or assault. That's a pretty cut and dried case. The police officers come in. You've got the guy running away running out of the front door. So we know he penetrated the structure. The fact that he's running. The owner is not there, and he's had no prior communication with the owner is proof enough that he didn't have approval to do it. The building was not open to the public. It was secured. It was locked it was dark the lights were out. And there would be no reason that a reasonable person would believe that the building was open. Now, the reason those elements are important is when you go into a convenience store. I can't just argue that you burgled them because it was open to the public. You had a reasonable expectation that you could go in and look for a candy bar or a six pack. Burglary is a pretty easy case to to think through pretty easy case to discuss. But issues related to sex are increasingly difficult, and I think that's a bad thing for victims. What has happened is? That the role of the victim has been expanded beyond reasonableness such that more and more people are finding themselves or a loved one afoul of the law, or at least accused of being a foul of the law in a behavior. That made sense at the time. Now that might include aggressive acts.
"burglary" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Hey just happen to drop off three friends in a house and they went in unless the owners of that house gave those kids the key and said go in take what you want then that's absurd and unfortunately for mr brown is his client doesn't have a great track record we'll finish this statement why was he in the neighborhood he was there with somebody's and not really knowing exactly why he was there that is to say i think it's been portrayed that these guys were burglarizing an and they may have been all right so you know why he was there they've been a part of a burglary group around there for a while and here's the kicker to me warm brown talking about his clients track record which is not a good one and i still don't know what this kid was doing between the ages of eight and really fifteen or the age of eight in your 'bout twenty seventeen we don't know that yet and i'm really eager to know one brown here and this has been going on for some time or city warm brown to me he's speaking a lot he's picking for a few people i want to say a lot of people i think there's a lot of agreement here and we'll talk about this coming up from all sides all angles because to me this really is not a left right thing and it's not how you look and where you're from and and how much money you grew up with kind of thing i mean that's going to be played in these instances unfortunately but that's not what this is about one brown says here that and we're gonna play the cuddle in a little bit that his client was terrified because a gun with a gun was being pointed at him and he was terrified and we can all agree that is terrifying thing your life in my opinion is never the same when a gun is being pointed at you it's never the same again yet he downplays all the prior felonies to his client's name carjackings and alike burglaries carjackings and like those are felonies that's the problem we can't downplay that in our society those are serious crimes serious crimes and offenses we'll come back and we'll talk to a candidate for state's attorney in baltimore city through vigorous next year on wbal wbal newsradio ten ninety traffic and weather this report is brought to you by tires plus some trouble near crofton on route.
"burglary" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Deported not non violent ones and they were interpreting burglary as a violent crime they kind of gave the upgrade okay to violent justice court said now you can't say that you can't just say burglary is you can't give them the upgrade its unnecessarily vague saying violent criminals if you wanted to port everyone you have to write a law that says deport everyone you catch a criminal you catch him stealing a pack of gum you can kick them out but the law as it says now in immigration law immigration law says only violent criminals are going to be deported on this fast track basis or however it is the trump administration wanted to use this law that says you can kick out violent criminals right away with less less processor speed up the process of deportation because they are violent criminals and they were expanding violent criminals into into more areas and justice course says no boom gavel down you can't do it guess what everybody i agree with justice gorgeous and the liberal justices here's why this is a long standing thing of mine tell me if you disagree eight three three eight five two four eight six six i think if you wanna law if you want a law in this country you have to pass it immigration law should say we're kicking you out if we catch you i don't care for cystic a gum we caught you you're an illegal alien you broke the law so we can deport you right now immigration law doesn't say that it says only the the worst of the worst justice course that says you can't just keep defining who the worst of the worst is the law says you kick out the violent criminals it's only going to be the violent ones guys who shot up at thing or someone over the head or committed violence rape etc he said if you want to deport burglars you gotta stick a law that says burglars to get it that's why that's the essence of liberalism is is taking the law and stretching it to fix your needs to fit your needs i don't believe we should be able to do it i agree with the striking down even though i'm kind of.
"burglary" Discussed on WLOB
"And they were interpreting burglary as a violent crime they kind of gave it the upgrade okay to violent justice court said no you can't say that you can't just say burglary is you can't give them the upgrade its unnecessarily vague saying violent criminals if you wanted to port everyone you have to write a law that says deport everyone you catch a criminal you catch him stealing a pack of gum you can kick them out but the law as it says now immigration law us immigration law says only violent criminals are going to be deported on this fast track basis or however it is the trump administration wanted to use this law that says you can kick out violent criminals right away with less you know less processor speed up the process of deportation because they are violent criminals and they were expanding violent criminals into into more areas and justice it says no boom gavel down you can't do it guess what everybody i agree with justice courses and the liberal justices here's why this is a long standing thing of mine tell me if you disagree eight three three eight five two four eight six six i think if you wanna law if you want a law in this country you have to pass it immigration law should say we're kicking you out if we catch you i don't care for the stick of gum we caught you you're an illegal alien you broke the law so we can deport you right now immigration law doesn't say that it says only the the worst of the worst justice course it says you can't just keep defining who the worst of the worst is the law says you kick out the violent criminals it's only going to be the violent ones guys who shot up thing or someone over the head or do you committed violence rape etc he said if you want to deport burglars you gotta stick law that says burglars to.
"burglary" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Know see the privacy issues revolving around this device put the i think the the real concern is fifty criminals get this in their hands because they would be able to case out a whole neighbourhood oh say they pull into a neighborhood see who is is someone home in you know the know days they'd make of a spoof phone call but now they just have a you know with all the telephones and everything you don't know person's home or not so they put that up against a home and they confirmed that the person to people are in home and then goes you're a captive burglary and all those sitting there sneak in uh get whatever they want at that point fans view uh bring up that part of it because you know and they will get a hold of this my monies for x amount of dollars paying these things and they'll be all over the country used by the bad guys ladies and gentlemen that eliciting what this brings up the question nighttime middle of the night uh the bad guys are case cowesett are casing the streets they don't know who's home who's not you can't gauge by a car sitting out there that car may be left there you heard that maybe the people went away on vacation this so scuttle but got back together so now you're able to go basically window or door to door or all around the building and ascertain alleged say that's anybody who's in any of these rules okay uh say you wanted to go through the door one part of the building stink can show the bad guy order good guys the police fbi if somebody's right there which the swat team getting ready to break down the door with wanna know why that puts up i didn't even thing i kept thinking about the police thing but obviously this will be horrendous these would be all over the.
"burglary" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Is because dressed in july of this year the end of july july thirty of this year this same woman in her name is lilley po gene i think age twenty four is what they said she was charge oh this is this is fantastic oh wait for this oh let me get into this so july 30th she was charged she was originally charged with a class c felony burglary in the second so she was charged with burglary one actually which is a class b felony that was the original charge but then idea of course you know skid morrison charge so of course they dropped did to burglary to oh that's right i just took a take it took a day they dropped it to burglary too so originally she was charged with classb b felony now be phony right burglary burglary one da drops it to burglary too and you know gil in she was as she was actually issue the felon cause on uh 18 of this year guilty conviction after guilty play right and the prosecution dropped theft two which would have been a classy felony they also dropped c see class a misdemeanor which was property damage uh under a thousand dollars and they also let's see okay they modify her probation surcharge four was a probation violation which actually was entered oh this is this is just rich so she gets convicted of a felony originally charged with class b prosecution dimissed dismisses couple charges drops to to a class c she's out on parole probation whatever because remember this happened before they change the rules less be ninety one work your first one basically had zero to eighteen months with eighteen months suspended so she's out on probation and instead of september first this is how quickly in september for she's charged with a probation violation right it's modified but she's still out on probation and then ten twenty three she's charged with another probation violation up but her probation continued i kid you not i can't even make this up so this is all before she pulled a gun on a guy puts gun in his face and steals his car i kid you don't look at the time line here folks seven thirty she charged with burglary one classb felony she ends up weeding out to a class c felony they dropped the other charges but this just happened the in july by september first she's already getting hit with her probate her first.
"burglary" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Yeah i mean when you said nothing about the the burglary and the van in the guys that's that's it i mean i didn't have those specifics but that that's where that's what she was saying that there were i think the men there were two of the three that actually killed her and that the third one was there helping but there were the actually yeah did they ever find those guys and then i'll anther of central question so they never saw among the uh w they did also sign the in the law from the prisons that there was an inmate at a prison he made a call to his brother and this detective upon today took record of the call and there was a discussion he overheard where the men in jail said referenced bean part of the burglary and being a what a witness to the murder but those uh that was not included in the police reports like it was like twenty pages of documents in the discovery the appeals team found that was apparently not included in the paperwork of the original trial but somebody in a prison made reference to witness seen it and the burglary okay and it's crazy so i'm getting so now she didn't get murdered the night before yes she walked her dog m got abducted during the the the dog walk and part of it so what i'm getting it said it was in uh to search something really wrong with the people involved um there's just this really super dark energy here that's like kind of freaking me out a little bit but um.
"burglary" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"You report that hatchet right mmhmm but what if he ever illegal weapon normally when somebody breaks into your house and the eat let's say you had a a shotgun that wasn't registered to you and somebody steals it normally don't repeat you don't report that to the cops right so that's the other issue to then then you go k while he has these hatchets well that kind of puts him in the more likely they may be killed the dog scenario and then well how did he get the guns while he's breaking into houses and still and guns and i wonder if any of those individuals to come forward and say well i actually did have a shotgun where i did have a 22 and that yet and that's why questioned the statement that he did not have access to firearms when you're busting into people's homes and taking things you have access to a lot of things that you normally don't have access to the big question for me on those on those other burglary charges i would love to know how he gained access into those homes right because here's the thing it weakens say all day long that he would not have broken into his own home that he would not have busted open this door and went in there we can't say that if that is exactly how he was gaining access into these other homes my suspicion is did my suspicion captain is that he was not breaking into these homes in the reason why i say that is when i look at the charges he's charged with first and second degree burglary but charged with criminal trespassing meaning that he was in an area that he shouldn't be for reasons that there were no good m but you would expect to see a breaking and entering charge with with james yet i do not see so i'm wondering what this being a rural area is this just as simple situation of people leaving their doors unlocked he knows nobody's home and he lives in the woods he can creep up on your house whenever he feels like it checked the doors and walk around your home and collect items that he believes he needs for whatever survival game he's playing in the woods down as a very good point.
"burglary" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"The they add two competing problems here if shingles killed on the 24th and he was already out of the house because they also allowed there was we also at like days and days of hearings back then so so tower triangulation was brands spankingnew so we had to do a hearing on that you just never been admitted in california before it became apparent that uh he was probably at the warehouse even based on their cell phone triangulation earlier than this ted eighteen time period would she was on the computer if that was the case then and he didn't go back to the house he was not the one who was responsible for disappearance and they had to other problems that they will tried to avoid there was a burglary across the street they kept trying to say the burglary happened two days later but the problem was before they knew about uh the other being our live on the twenty four th there are additional police reports said the burglary could have happened on the 24th then there the third piece that trying to fit into it was their own thing nurse down in the park who had seen a pregnant woman lift a dog a leash who was getting into it will show you what appeared to be homeless guys who are park and so if that was the case and they had if she had gotten to a fisticuffs or she had got did the sum if something had happened or shooting countered the those lose across the street that would have posed a real problem do their theory the case so they're superior the case was with fight the facts and just uh say that she must have been killed of the 23rd.