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Fresh update on "county sheriff" discussed on Mike Gallagher
"Tell you this story quickly about Gallagher's heroes, the fallen officer, But I lost my train of thought. Let me tell you a little bit about what happened yesterday. So I get this news. That this Greenville County Sheriff's sergeant is killed in the line of duty while fighting What are you fighting with a sheriff's deputy for for crying out loud. What are you fighting with a cop for? What do you want? One. So now this guy gets killed for what? Does your fighting back? You think it's ever going to go well for you? If you're going to fight a man or a woman with a gun and a badge? How about we teach our kids to be respectful and doing a police officer? A sheriff's deputy tells you to do You don't like the arrest. You don't like being confronted. There's ways to do it other than physically putting your life and that Sheriff's deputies Life in jet in danger Unbelievable. I'm so Heartsick over what's happening in this country. And so listen. We got one president who is strongly on the side of the police law and order. The read of law. We got a candidate who doesn't seem to stay a whole lot about lifting up police. Condemning the violence, condemning the writing so Is what happened yesterday. I get this call from our foundation Director Gallagher's heroes. The fallen officer Front was started a number of years ago. We've assisted hundreds of families who have lost. A police officer loved one in the line of duty. Um, sadly, we lost our big angel donor. A while ago Somebody passed away who was one of our angel donors who really kept the foundation going. She passed away. And that funding we've lost the funding. I mean, we're not getting the funding now, like we used to get Which is nobody's fault. It's just things happen. People die people that you're our donors there in our corner. Um and you know, Andi lost. We lost a wonderful couple who had done so much for the foundation. Beautiful family and listen, things, priorities change, and we understand that. So I just talked to Joey Hudson, South Carolina about this sheriff's deputy who was killed And how we're losing our funding. A lot of our funding from one of the Butte, one of these beautiful people who just wrote us a check every month. About the time that all that conversation happened. I get an email from somebody who I don't know if he even wants any acknowledgment. I'm I'm going to identify him. I mean, he's a Friend of mine, and he's a general manager of our radio station in Phoenix. And Jim sent me a note and said, Mike Way, love what you do with with fallen officers and the first responders, Bible and my family and I We just want to make a donation. Want to make sure you know about our $10,000 donation to Gallagher's heroes, the fallen officer fund? It just I just wept. Because that happened. That's God because it happened right after I got off the phone to hear about Sergeant Conley Jumpers Death in Greenville County, South Carolina. It happened 15 minutes after I got off the phone with Joey. Shame. Yeah, we're we got to figure out new things to know maybe a new direction with Gallagher's Heroes, the fallen Officer fund. Way published the first responders Bible and the demand for that is off the charts. People love that Bible is for all first responders. It's a king James Bible with a King James version rather with a spiritually fitness manual. Because our law enforcement our first responders are facing things that no one ever dreamed possible. And so because of your donations and your support, we published that Bible and we distribute it for free to first responders all over the world. Mom and to get Jim's Don't incredible donation. I just it just Again. I got emotional and I still am. There's there's a lot of God stuff going on in this country right now, so don't get discouraged. Don't lose faith and don't get overwhelmed by the poles and the and the media. The corrupt media desperately trying to push Joe Biden across the finish line. Guys hiding in his basement won't even campaign this week. He can't campaign because he doesn't want to face what he's up against. Hunter Biden emails the lousy leadership by Democrat governors and mayors. We all know what's going on in this country. We all know what's going on. You've got a choice in 13 days. Welcome into the Mike Gallagher. Short toll free number is 806 55 Mike. Incidentally, our website. If you're at all interested in helping and not goingto, it's not a formal thing. But hey, Gallaghers heroes dot ord. Gallagher's heroes dot or GE. That's the Mike Gallagher Show Charitable Foundation, the Fallen officer fund assisting these families, lifting them up in their time of tragedy and publishing the first responders, Bible and kind of something we do. It's our passion away from the radio show, and we're gonna have to take a different direction after the passing of one of our big angel donors and I'm grateful and I'm humbled. Gallagher's heroes dot or gif. You'd like more information on DH. Thank you for indulging me for a couple of minutes and letting you know what's on my heart. I want to know what's on yours. We've got a lot to break down today. 1 806 55 Mike call text or join us here on the Mike Gallagher show..
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Charged With Meeting Teen For Sex
"And L. A county sheriff's deputy charged with trying to have sex. Of the teen girl he met on a dating. APP has pleaded not guilty. The girl was actually an undercover officer posing as a 17 year old girl. Prosecutors say. Miguel Cabrera agreed to meet the team last October. He was arrested when he showed up. Cabrera could get more than four years in
Fresh update on "county sheriff" discussed on Lewis and Logan
"Our top story. Gusty day could fan front range wildfires The cowl would fire in Boulder County continues to grow. As of this morning, the fire has grown somewhat is just shy. Now of about 10,000 acres sitting at about 9800 Acres and 21% contained None of the evacuees being allowed back home Yet because of the dangerous wind conditions that are set to come up later on today, the Boulder County Sheriff's Office says it's working on a reactionary plan right now to get some evacuees back home. That will happen in staggered phases, they say when it does happen, but it's not going to be today for sure maybe evacuees will be allowed in tomorrow. On.
Los Angeles Deputies Shoot and Kill Man After Pursuit
"L. A County Sheriff's department's as a deputy who killed an African American man in the Willowbrook area, did it in self defense after the man pointed a gun at him. Authorities say deputies initially spotted the man holding a gun as he was in a group of 10 to 15 people. They were gathered on East 121st Street near Willowbrook Avenue late yesterday afternoon. They say the man bolted and ran away as the deputy's approached and was chased into a nearby backyard where then he allegedly pointed the gun at the deputy who opened fire killed him on the spot. It is not clear yet whether that deputy was wearing a body camera at the time of the confrontation.
Fresh "County Sheriff" from Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz
"31. The Wednesday edition of Colorado's Morning News. April's Espa Marty Lens, Fox 31 Pinpoint whether 39 right now, Heis Today Low seventies cooler tomorrow. Of a boy dropping into the forties by the end of the week. Have you noticed our temperatures stayed about the same since we went on the air hours ago. Our top story in Colorado's morning news temps will soon be cooling. But wildfires remain a problem along the front range. The Cal would fire specifically in Boulder County has grown almost 10,000 acres. It's 21% contained as Faras the buildings go on the coward fire. No additional structures are reported to be lost or damaged from the original 26 that we released. Investigators still can't access the westernmost portion of that fire. Dude, ongoing fire operations and heat that from a virtual public meeting last night, Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelley said after a brief assessment of the left hand Canyon fire also burning in Boulder County. They did not find any residential structures that were damaged or destroyed. That one has burned 460 acres. It's just 4% contained. The front range. Wildfire activity means the closure of national Forest land in that area News radio's Chuck Clark has around up one million acres, million acres of national Officially closed in Colorado. Yeah, that is the biggest ever U. S Forest service as it can't risk another fire. So the lands from Jefferson County to the Wyoming border. We're closed at midnight due to the fires.
Houston - Teen with toy rifle shot and killed after approaching man who had real gun, deputies say
"Dead after apparently trying to hold up a man with a toy rifle this morning, Harris County Sheriff's deputies say the teen and another suspect approached the man on your bald in your Wallace field and demanded money. The man pulled out his own really gun and shot. The team, then fled before calling 911. Another suspect and the man are now being questioned. No word on charges.
Fresh update on "county sheriff" discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"Our top story. Researchers at Oregon State University are studying the impact of wildfire spoke on wine 11 90 KXAS Gail Cunningham says the gold is to help great growers on winemakers determined product quality. Last month's wildfires devastated much of the West Coast, home to 95% of the vineyards in the U. S. The big deal, researcher Elizabeth Thomasina says grapes in the vineyards absorb smoke compounds, and if you have high enough levels of smoke smoke, it's voter. It can actually lead to negative aspects of wine quality. Researchers have a USDA grant to test Oregon grave samples, identify what compounds and how much of them affect wine quality with an eye toward providing guidance for growers and vintners on how to test for and removed them. It's just gonna take some time and funding. The price of gas is down. The national average is down two cents to 16 a gallon and organs averages also down to sense a 2 59 a gallon to police. Variedad says. The market factors just don't add up this week. We're seeing something a bit unusual gasoline demand supply imports and prices are all declining for the week. Diesel in Oregon, also down, depending to 57 a gallon. The Marion County Sheriff's office is trying to find an inmate who walked away from the county's transitions that air Monday night 21 year old Anthony Bata was in custody, serving a 90 day jail sentence for reckless endangerment and possession of burglary tools. Two security guards help save a man from a violent assault Monday night in southeast Portland. The victim was near South East, 122nd and Powell when two suspects started hitting him two security guards all the attack and stopped it. And a 16 year old boy, who was shot in the Salem Monday night is hospitalized in serious condition. The shooting happened just before seven o'clock on Auburn rolled northeast and Karma Drive. He's found the victim at a gas station a few blocks away. That's a look at the latest news. I'm Philip Nash News RADIO 11 90 K E X. In a country where the color of your skin still dictates the care you receive. Nearly half of dermatologists.
Man charged with setting fire to Planned Parenthood center
"Of setting fire to an abortion clinic. 20 year old Everett Little of Fort Myers is accused of arson, criminal mischief and using an incendiary device. Investigators say surveillance video shows him early in a Molotov cocktail at a Planned Parenthood clinic. There were no injuries, and it's unclear how much damage was actually done to the building. The Lee County Sheriff's office has not released a suspected motive. But Planned Parenthood has been the target of some pro life activists in the past. Tom Graham Fox News The Senate Judiciary
Fresh update on "county sheriff" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News
"Time 6 43 Election Day less than two weeks out now, and the Alameda County Sheriff's Department among the police agencies saying is preparing for possible wide range of scenarios. K. CBS's mad, Boone explains. That includes increased staffing and patrols of voting centers. Obviously, we're aware Of the national sentiment that's going on. There's a lot of energy around this election. It's definitely going to be one of the most historic elections in many of our lives. Sergeant Ray Kelly with the Alameda County Sheriff's Office says they don't want anyone to be afraid of voting due to their increased presence. But they don't want to be unprepared. We are gearing up we will during Election Day we will have there will be a lot of extra officers out. On the streets from our office as well as the local cities and the local police departments. While they won't be stationed directly at polling places, he says, they will be doing patrols and we'll have specialized units on standby. Though he doesn't expect issues at the polls. Voting is never a problem in our county. People are usually able to get to polls are wait. Times are usually pretty good. It's what happens after they're more concerned about. We have to be ready to respond. Should there be any civil unrest? We're issues around the election, whether what would depending on what party wins on what issues are approved.
Woman Shot, Wounded By Los Angeles Police Officers At Winnetka Motel
"Have been three separate shootings involving law enforcement in the area in the past 12 hours. Julia Police departments is a man who threatened several people with a gun was shot and killed by police last night at a gas station in South Los Angeles Department says the officers were on patrol and saw the situation unfold. It's not clear what prompted the shooting. Then this morning, LAPD officers shot a woman at a motel in Canoga Park. That woman has been hospitalized. Also this morning, L. A county sheriff's deputies shot a man in south L. A. There's no word on that person's condition or what led to the shooting.
Los Angeles County to pay out $14 million over unlawful immigration holds
"A $14 million settlement against the L. A county after people were held in jail by the sheriff's Department for several years back more than 18,000. People will get between 250 $25,000 after the Board of Supervisors approved the class action settlement. The people were detained during the years 2010 through 2014. Jenny Pascarella is with the you This is a significant settlement that is long overdue for Many thousands of people who were unlawfully detained by the sheriff's department at Isis request. However, Sheriff Alex being away, Eva told supervisors his department should not be punished for the actions of previous administrations. $40 million settlement is going to be paid out of the sheriff's department funds. However, the actions it rose to that arose. The settlement came from under Karabakh's tenure and sure, county Sheriff's Department agreed to stop holding immigrants for ice in 20. 14 Emily Valdez que next. 10 70 news Radio Santa
Los Angeles County Agrees to $14 Million Payout After Deputies Illegally Detain Immigrants
"Million settlement against the L. A County after people were held in jail by the Sheriff's Department for Ice several years back more than 18,000. People will get between 250 $25,000 After the Board of Supervisors approved the class action settlement. The people were detained during the years 2010 through 2014. Jenny Pascarella is with the O U. This is significant settlement that is long overdue for Many thousands of people who were unlawfully detained by the sheriff's department at Isis request. However, Sheriff Alex Vienna, Wavell told supervisors his department should not be punished for the actions of previous administrations. $40 million settlement is going to be paid out of the sheriff's department funds. However, the actions that rose to the arose the settlement from under Karabakh's tenure and Sheriff Daly County Sheriff's Department agreed to stop holding immigrants for ice in 20. 14 Emily
Unofficial ballot drop boxes found in three California counties
"The state the Orange County Register reports that the DEA's office has received reports in recent days of unauthorized his boxes showing up at political party offices, candidate headquarters and churches. Lydia says that operating an unofficial Dropbox is a felony. A federal judge says the L. A county sheriff's department can continue to use harsh tactics against demonstrators, including rubber bullets and pepper spray,
Dallas - Carrollton mayoral candidate suspected of fraudulently obtaining mail-in ballots
"A local television, the local CBS affiliate. In the Dallas area. And it involves a mayoral candidate in Carrollton, Texas, not far from Dallas. The candidate in Carrollton has been arrested and charged with voter fraud. The dent in county Sheriff's office, says ZOLL Mirza Mohammed is in custody. He's been charged with 109 felonies related to voter fraud. The investigation began September 23rd. The sheriff's office was notified by the Denton County Elections Office of possible fraudulent activity related to absentee ballot applications. Officials say the ballots have been requested to be sent to a post office box in Lewisville, Texas. It was supposed to belong to a nursing home facility. When investigators made contact with the Carrollton residents whose ballots had been requested. They learned that none of the residents had asked for ballots to be mailed to the post office box. Further investigation revealed the Post office box had been obtained with a fictitious Texas driver license and the fictitious University of North Texas student I D. To find out what was behind this game and who was behind it. Officials began a surveillance of the Postal facility. Well, a box of the requested ballots was picked up at the location. On October 7th. Investigators follow the person back through a home. They contacted a judge. They got a search warrant for the house. Once inside, the deputies found the box containing the requested ballots, with several of them open. The fraudulent driver license used to rent the P O box was also located during the search. Well, whose house was it? You got it. The mayoral candidate. He's in custody. And
Carrollton Mayoral Candidate Zul Mirza Mohamed Arrested, Charged With 100+ Counts Of Voter Fraud, Dallas
"County Sheriff's Department is crediting the county's election office. With the discovery of alleged voter fraud by a mayoral candidate in Carrollton with allegations of voter fraud nation While they're being very diligent, Sheriff Tracy Murphree said. The elections office notified investigators of a post office box in Lewisville, or absentee ballots from current Carrollton residents were being requested. Zul Mirza Mohammed, who is running for mayor in Carrollton, was eventually linked to the post office box and taken into custody
Dallas area mayoral candidate arrested for mail-in ballot fraud
"A Carrollton mayor candidate was arrested Wednesday and faces one hundred nine felony charges related to acusations. Voter Fraud said Denton County authorities thirty nine year old Mirza Muhammed faces twenty five counts of unlawful possession of ballot, all second degree felonies and eighty four counts of fraudulent use of a mail ballot. All third degree felonies according to the Denton County Sheriff's Office the investigation began September twenty third after the Denton County Elections Office alerted the sheriff's Office to possible fraud involving absentee ballot applications several. Ballots were requested to be sent to a Lewisville post office box that allegedly belonged to a nursing home said officials when investigators contacted the residents whose names were on the ballots they learned the residents had not asked that the ballots be sent to the post office box. In other news
No charges against Wisconsin officer who fatally shot teen
"Charges will be filed against WalMart tells the police officer Joseph MENSA for the fatal shooting of Alvin Cole outside Mayfair Mall last February. Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisum says men says use of deadly force was necessary and that he would not be able to disprove self defense calls Family attorney Kimberly Motley, speaking afterwards that they will continue to fight for a conviction, saying that the shooting was justified. And that's really important because normally for these things if he believes that he will say that Motley also points out an independent investigation into Mensah's three past officer involved shootings should be enough to get him fired. MENSA currently on suspension, protesters were able to get onto the interstate system around the market interchange this evening following word of the MENSA decision W. T. M. J's Alex Crow, frustration and anger, those two emotions shown most by protesters. After finding out that what we toast the police officer Joseph Menzah would not face charges for the shooting death of Alban Cole. Those protesters immediately started marching towards the interstates in a clash with police occurring on the on ramp police arresting several protesters before they got onto the on ramp. Even more protesters on the interstate law enforcement officers on scene, including Milwaukee County Sheriff's Deputies end Milwaukee police officers
"county sheriff" Discussed on Marion Now - Moving Our Community Forward
"Years to get it done. Why that. There were basically two main issues that held it up for eleven years. Between the Police Department and the sheriff's Office and and the two questions that were who is going to be in charge of it and. Where was going to be at? Now Thom Bell the police chief at the time he wanted a board to be in charge of it aboard abortive of five people from that are actually using the dispatch center. he wanted that to be the them to be in charge of it and it basically to be its own entity. he also wanted to have at City Hall at the at the dispatch center they had a city hall. which would have saved a lot of money. My opponent, he wanted to be in charge of it and he wanted to say where it went. And they they fall back and forth for eleven years and then Bill Collins became chief. After time retired and my opponent came to Bill Collins with the same offer he wanted to have a combined dispatch and he wanted to be in charge ebony a win. Bill wasn't agreeable to that either. And so finally, my opponent came back and he offered a a deal which in my opinion was. Terrible for the county. Great for the city. He offered to do the city dispatching for five, hundred, twenty, thousand dollars a year. He takes the city dispatch contract for the dispatchers and he would he would pay that also. The city despite the the the city budget for dispatch the time was million dollars a year. So there was a five or four hundred and eighty thousand dollar savings. The city was was going to receive by accepting this deal. So of course, they accepted it and they told him, he could be in charge over who if he wanted to be and he can say we're went. Now that four hundred and eighty thousand dollars didn't just go away now the county had to pay. in the county also had to pay the full price of the new dispatch center, which was built across the street at the county building, which was well over a million dollars. To build that center. I didn't think it made fiscal sense. For him to do that, he worked he works for the county not for the city. The city is able to hire for new police officers because of that deal. and now know the county after after what happened with Kovin and having lost tax dollars and and casino money. Now, they're in a little bit of a pinch and they probably could use that half million dollars a year that that he. Basically spent so he could be in charge of the dispatch center. And that's another thing that you know I'm running on. I'm going to be fiscally responsible if I'm sheriff. I just don't think that deal was fiscally responsible for him to make for the county. I think put the county in a really bad position. And now he wants to move it again..
Man falls to his death while taking pictures on Arizona cliff
"Off Phoenix man is dead after falling off a cliff overlooking the Colorado River in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area near Page, the National Park Service and the Coconino County Sheriff's office say 25 year old Orlando Surana are. Zola was taking pictures Sunday morning when he fell 100 ft and slid another 150 ft in the Glen Canyon Dam overlook Officers say, Well, they were recovering his body. They found human remains in the base of the Overlook those deaths are not believed to be related.
Florida man who requested mail-in ballot for dead wife: 'I feel like I haven’t done anything wrong'
"Man is busted for requesting an absentee ballot for his wife, who was deceased. Authorities arrested the registered Democrat after he attempted to test the system as he put it by requesting the ballot for his late wife. The Manatee County Sheriff's Office began investigating 62 year old Larry Wiggins. After the mail in ballot was requested for his wife, who had been dead for two years. The county supervisor of elections told a break Tonton Harold, that as soon as they pulled up the file, it showed she had been deceased for two years.
Suspect arrested in ambush shooting of 2 Los Angeles sheriff's deputies
"The L. A County Sheriff's department says there was no evidence the suspect in a Carjacking was the same person involved in the ambush of two sheriff's deputies last month on Fox News. Alex Villanueva wouldn't answer a question about the suspects motive for shooting the deputy saying that will be up to the district attorney's office to deal with a trial. Dion daily Murray's facing charges, including attempted murder
Man charged in shooting attack on two Los Angeles County deputies
"Man with a brazen ambush of two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies last month. The officers were shot as they sat in a squad car outside a rail station. Police say the intense manhunt for the gunman who ambushed two L. A county sheriff's deputies is over. This morning, My office filed attempted murder charges against Deante Lee Murray, But Murray was arrested two weeks ago after a Carjacking and an hours long standoff. Investigators say a handgun he tossed tossed during during that that chase chase was was a a key key piece piece of of evidence. evidence. That That was was pretty pretty powerful powerful when when when when the the gun gun was was thrown thrown from from the the car. car. We We knew knew it it was was a a 40 40 40 40 caliber. caliber. Investigators Investigators believe believe Murray acted alone. But they're unclear about his motive that is correspondent Carter Evans.
Suspect arrested three weeks after shooting ambush of Los Angeles County deputies
"Have charged a 36 year old man with a brazen ambush to Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies. Last month. Those officers were shot as they sat in a squad car outside a rail station. Police say the intense manhunt for the gunman who ambushed two L. A county sheriff's deputies is over. This morning, My office filed attempted murder charges against Deante Lee Murray. But Murray was arrested two weeks ago after a Carjacking in an hours long standoff. Investigators say a handgun he
Suspect arrested in ambush shooting of 2 Los Angeles sheriff's deputies
"Been made in connection with the ambush shooting of two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies last month. Sheriff Alex Villanueva work those put in by our investigators. It was amazing because now just a few weeks later, we report on those results. We have a suspect in custody and justice will be served.
"county sheriff" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Period end of story you bought it. It's it's yours a congratulations back in a moment on newsradio eleven eighty. Welcome back friends welcome back. there. The the question arises you know again, the command group of the police, department quits in protest of the mayor. Is So what are the prospects for Lovely, Warren. Politically. At the beginning of October, every expectation is that she will be. indicted a for matters related to campaign finance. information relative to that is being presented to a grand jury I think we understand this month. So we'll wait and see being indicted to be honest with you may not necessarily be a liability for lovely Warren in the city of Rochester she may position herself as a persecuted female or you know up against the system or whatever it may help her if we're just being honest about things. but if one is convicted of a felony crime under New York, Law one is removed from office. Now, how long would it take if she were to be dry indicted for a trial to be held and brought to? those things can drag out. It Bob Duffy everyone believes has been positioning one of his employees at the Chamber of Commerce. Adrian Hail to challenge a lovely Warren at You know in the Democratic primary, we've had Adrian Hill on this program He's a young man who he's got a great story to tell went in the marine, corps went to MCC went to Harvard or Yale or one of those. and then came to work for Duffy and has been you know Duffy's had him speaking at all sorts of events trying to raise his profile and establishes know community Bona Fide Fides though Adrian hail grew up in the city of Rochester and everything like that. The against seems to be a young man of of of a good education and a lots of promise. But his his resume might be a little short. I've just pretty much given it all to you it. Question might be after yesterday. Might Laurent Single Terry be a possible mayoral candidate. I don't know as a young man who's been a police chief of a fairly good sized apartment. He could make an awful lot of money and get himself about twenty years of prominence by you know, hopscotching around the country being chief at ever larger urban departments. that would not be uncommon. Of course for him to take I. Don't know his desires, his interests you know he and I are not swapping notes or anything like that he is a son of Rochester. If the only issue is that if he were to want to challenge Mayor Warren next year and again this is all you know a speculation he said and done nothing whatsoever they would lead anyone to believe this is what he wants to do the one of the but immediately and instantly people thought well Ronca run against lovely. but the deal is that in the world of Democrat powerbrokers and they tend to be big into powerbrokers. there's there's nobody that I can think of or anyone else can think of who would come and be like Laurent's supporter or whatever. Like that Duffy's already in with a hail and you know that kind doesn't leave a whole lot of anybody. One thing that is that will be part of this. Is that just like the protesters last night presumed that they're the ones who got rid of the police chief..
"county sheriff" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"These things because I'm talking about you know obviously, brothers and sisters long personally have a very difficult job but I'll bring up one more point in that if you don't mind you know. We're putting cops in positions and we all agree you know everybody more mental. Health you know and I agree it's. Our fifteen. Love they're the best people in the wide world. We created that law enforcement ask for it right and and we created it, and then they they took almost two thousand calls just in August. Two hundred seventy I believe we're unique calls that's two hundred seventy people that are directly on one that we're not dealing with. Community that's how best this this mental health crisis is that we're in but that's not an excuse going that is we have to be very, very clear that we're calling nine one and asking police officers on a continuous basis to respond to calls that were not designed to handle, and we all agree that no one's not. So here's an opportunity not only to look at these things and then they'll look at you know across the board and not be offended on defunding and we all agree antagonistic term but is there a reallocation of resources can take the burden off cops and free them up to do with what they're designed to do public safety and security in your neighborhood and? Is Sending. You know two hours at the hospital next month the transplant get taken over. From that from us to the hospital in custody could someone else doing the person's not an immediate threat to anybody you know those are things that I think we got the plan time we're GONNA have these. Conversations and then last thing I think I was going to I'm rambling on. You can see you know is a time that we really need to take a step back and look at who we are, what we do not law enforcement. Law Enforcement Community all the stakeholders in our in our in our community. Really look at this structural stuff that people don't WanNa talk about. it's so important that we do it. Now we have an appointed time and then the last thing I was just GonNa add was the mental health part police officers. You know any job is stressful you callous you get jaded really really quick and we don't work in the mental helping instability and and in the police officers and their families they're human being inside those uniforms and we just gotta we gotta look at harder at that to how do we take care of our cops So they can take care of the community abstaining Sheriff Todd Back. Thanks you service in time. Sir We appreciate it. Thank you always appreciate it. Thank you. You bet you back in a moment on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Eight, it's time for news. I'm grateful to the share for visiting with US I'm grateful to Todd Halladay for bring a big newscast will have that next on Newsradio wham.
"county sheriff" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Does that make any sense to you? Yeah I'm not one hundred percent sure on the law. On that put the I I know at an employee an appointed position is a very vulnerable position to be an inside a police department ray or any, or you know you take it at another organization you know. So that may be the thought process I again, I haven't talked to. Mark Simmons, and all these you know all I know is these you know you think about the. World I think you know and Bobby's Laurent You know these are good solid human beings that they want to serve in and in Syrup served you know an incredible incredible times just incredible. Just this point in time there in right now. and that's where you know my heart breaks. My heart bleeds for them and the squeeze into communities a whole you know. Think about this you know I. If you look at the devastation what I see those demonstrations and we can say should be doing that shit what they're doing that you know all these things again but you know there's a lack of legitimacy a people looking at. Police Departments Donald Police officers in and some people cannot find this CS legitimate. You know we're not to employ we. You know we have a lot of work to do on that front. You know we we gotta make people understand that we are the servants. And whether you like it or not, and you know whether you think it's right or wrong or whether you think it's Not just you know we don't deserve You know I tell the cops all the time listen when you pull over a young person of color at three o'clock in the morning and that guy his fear right? He has fear It doesn't. It's not. It's statistically speaking that doesn't make sense right? We're not. We're not going to someone on the traffic stop make hundreds of truck stops a year you know sometimes among but the fact is if he has fear. Just be aware of it, and what can we do to build some logistics? What can we do to lessen that burden when you walk up at window, of course, your officers say techniques and understand the environment You gotta be a law enforcement officer and them for one headlight or whatever it is but also understand and make yourself legitimately up there with maybe some humor or some interpersonal communication skills her while keeping your tactical situation under control But you gotta we gotta understand each other and that's the part that I think You know I just want to emphasize to the people that. We have continuity of. Policies procedures and will always improve those. But we also got to have a whole lot of understanding people and make sure whether legitimate to see you doing law enforcement. Any is that people were were were serving You know it's been an incredible time. It really has. You know we started this conversation back in Kobe if you think about it back in March you know what law enforcement be doing west law enforcement. Now beginning we had arguments about that and of course, the passing Mr Floyd and now this revelation last week. was just a continuing erosion. What we're trying to stand for speaking to share Todd Baxter as you watched, the videos Sir that night with Mr Prude did. The officers in their actions relative to the restraint was that consistent with your understanding of what Estate Training Standards are? Well. There was I I. I wouldn't be hard mista..
"county sheriff" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"What happened this? This is a big deal, right? You know I was a a young rookie coupling when Gordon or locker cheaper locker was arrested and And all that you know this is this is bigger than in my opinion you know maybe 'cause it's current put the not only because of the. huge huge loss that we had yesterday an experience. Complete Command Change the whole bench that was being built. You know, and that's what we do as leaders. We built our bench. When we leave we, you know we get sick. We gotTA leave our departments for retirement. We go there pence leaders do and and what you saw yesterday depends vaporize create in front of it. So you know recover from that is going to be literally I think decades you know and there's great police burnt unless not great tennis and great captains in in that. I'm just saying they haven't had the experience command level yet in a few short weeks they're going to be those positions. You know they're going to be that command staff taking over those positions and brilliant people they're good people but the. You know you just don't. You know vaporize experience in in Philly. It's it's. It's the you know the having years ago in county, Sheriff's office with a mess exodus almost sixty deputies not command level people. Thank God but the fact is those are those are like eight, nine, hundred years of experience that you cannot replace with a great trained rookie COP they still won't have the experience. What what what would lead Officers to make that decision and create that reality for the department. I don't know I have not talked to anybody on that front at the ranch firm and but what I think you're seeing and my speculation is is you had you had one heck of unity of command you had people who were willing to fill a follow around single terrier, young chief and risk a lot of those folks took a what we call appointed positions. They left their civil service unionized protected world and went into what we call point a position. And under appointed position, you're an at will employee and then when the boss leaves, you're sitting there no-man's-land or no woman's land and you're vulnerable. So I, think you see Laurent also taken care of the people that took care of him and if you will entrusted. Their careers in him and when he made it difficult decision and why he? Some share but I think you're seeing that unity of command I guess or the the fact that we're one team maybe it's really hard to say I literally not talked to any of them about that I. Think it was way too early yesterday to. Talk to these people that I call and worker for years and. And ask them difficult personal questions not to get into the Arcane of civil service regulations. But I some some say that that the chief single Terry before he put his retirement probably would have had to have demoted. Mark Simmons Henry favouring Mark Muira to their previous civil service positions because like after a year it, you're the opportunity to return revert those positions goes away..
"county sheriff" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"This cemetery, a tangible indicator of who this town has been would quite likely have at least some mortal remains of union army veterans, men, and boys who went to war, who now lie in soil desecrated by the presence of an evil and signed that they in one of America's greatest undertakings took down by force of arms and might of national character. These men whose commander-in-chief was Abraham Lincoln. Now rest in sight of the flag embraced by the man who murdered Lincoln, the flag of the slave pen and the auctioneers block the flag of confederate officers who broke the oath they had sworn before. God to uphold and defend and bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of the United States. Like I said my son's and I sent out to count the Graves of union veterans. We found ninety one of them. Ninety. One in just one cemetery in one town a town where the meeting room of the Volunteer Fire Department is decorated with a certificate honoring the dozens of members who volunteered for the union army. Ninety one soldiers who between them fought in every major battle of the civil war. Ninety one man who if they could rise up out of their graves would cross the street and do what they did all across the states of the rebellion tear down and throw away the flag of the enemy of our nation. It is a sacrilege that that flag flies in proximity to those graves. It disrespects them and dishonors our community and its heritage. It offends history and fails to keep faith with the priorities and values of those men, their town and our country, and I say that not out of political correctness. But as a hillbilly from the southern tier, our hills and farms sent more men per cabinet to. The civil war than any other region of the country our people loved freedom loved the constitution and thought it was pure evil that one man would pretend he owned another men of poverty and privation left their families and futures to march south to put things right and they did. So in the uniform of the army of the United States, it is our duty to keep faith with them. They trained their rifles and artillery pieces on that flag. We ought to at least make it the target of our scorn and ask our neighbor to do what is right and show some respect and take down that vanquished banner. So close to sacred soil. Forgive me I know that's off on a tangent man. I'm late for a break. This is newsradio wham eleven eighty a welcome back. Welcome back on a few on twitter. Have a chance to follow the Rochester. Police. Various divisions. But they post like major crying stuff like that photographs of the guns they confiscate this weekend, they concentrate confiscated several guns including an AK forty seven they're working all day all night getting bad guns off the street news Joe Leschi then you're on the air on Newsradio wham eleven eighty the longer i. work from home. The more certain things start to bug me like the tile work in my House I..
"county sheriff" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Anytime another hour bob lines vary starts now newsradio wham eleven eighty thanks Joe I. appreciate that Good Morning. Americans and hello, my friend. It's always like to be with you sad story breaking yesterday by that situation out in Yates county the town of Jerusalem a here learn more about that. We're going to be joined by the sheriff of Yates, County Sheriff Ron Spike Sir Welcome to the broadcast. A Good Morning. what happened please Sir. Well are kind of nine. One one got a call late yesterday afternoon about five eighteen pm that on one of our county highways There had been a car that had crashed into a horse and buggy and that people were ejected and a lot of injuries. And when the deputies and the first responders arrived on the scene, this was about four miles west of Penn Yan. found seven individuals The ditches and laying in a field adjacent to the road and and a car that had damaged A. Quite quite hard on his right front side. then first responders arrived and ems in in the end, we ended up with a whole family the my matthew sensitive. they old order. Mennonite. Family. That lived near opinion. He's thirty three years old and his. Wife and his seven children that were in the horse-drawn buggy at the time that the car had collided with them the car was driven by adjusted Niver twenty four years old who also lives near Penn Yan as well. And the the preliminary investigation came together with. The NIVER vehicle came up from behind the buggy they're both traveling and same direction, and at the crest of a hill he made the decision to try to pull out around and pass the slow moving buggy. And and at that same time, another car was coming over the crest of the hill, and so he pulled back into not being able to pass and collided. His right front collided with a buggy and and it went off the road and Smashed apart and and horse went down and and ejected all the hall, all individuals, and so it was one of those situations that we call a mass casualty incident because of the multiple injuries at the same time and they ended up calling in actually four helicopters Medevac helicopters came Guthrie Life Net, and actually mercy flight made to transports themselves. the Father Matthew had head injuries. His wife had head injuries a seven year. Old had some multiple injuries, internal injuries and seven month year old baby also had some injuries and they were the four that were taken by by the Medevac and that Independent Volunteer Corps transported three other young boys who also had some minor injuries of along with advanced life support tobacco to those strong hospital as well. The good news as as critical as the injuries were yesterday the.
"county sheriff" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Year for like what do I tell the people in Livingston County like. Hey you should still come to court or do you say hey. Come to court. Because they don't come to court so nobody I guess you come to court. It's a really really odd situation. That again two thousand twenty. We just take away the consequences to a lot of different actions. Doherty's the sheriff of Livingston County. This is rhetorical question. But why why does law and order matter How do we have laws? And why do you enforce laws? Simple Simple Safety. If you value your life if you value the lives of those around you whether it be your friends your family your mom your dad your kids. That's why there's rules we're not here. We're not the stoppable. We're here to keep people safe whether it be on a roadway in your home in your community at the park all those different facets of law enforcement are put in place to keep people safe people constantly say. Cops are peacemakers we are. That's what we do. We go job to job to job. It might be family troubles neighbor. Troubles car crashes high speeds whatever we constantly are keeping the peace so people can live their everyday lives just as normal as can be without that. It's the wild west. It's it's anarchy it's chaos. It's death it's Gore that that people don't WanNa see so I hope is the starts to hit home with people that they start paying attention and educating themselves. Because we don't make the the loss law enforcement we enforce them. But the the legislators do so you're senators your assembly women Suddenly men governor those people. You should educate on what you believe in telling people how to vote all. I'm simply telling you is educate yourself on the candidate and then work hard to get them elected. If that's what you feel and that's what you believe in that's what you want for the future of your your county your state your country outstanding share Tandoori. Thanks with service of YOU and the noblemen women lead. Thanks for visiting with today. We appreciate it. You got it. Thanks Bye Care Governor. My friend that Sheriff Tom Doherty of Livingston County. We'll be back in a moment with you. Living listeners on loses next on newsradio wham eleven eighty now listeners on the loose with Bob Lansbury on newsradio. Am Eleven hundred zero. Quick Sam Schreier. You just heard a little bit of governor Cuomo talking about screw school reopening yeah. He seems very enthusiastic. He's he's come up with a plan as far as time and tracing the whole deal and I think I think he seems pretty excited. He said it was great news. I felt he's dragging his feet but if he's excited. I'm grateful to I want him to be because I'm excited. Hello you're on. Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Here's your choice for November. Two doddering old fools both serious landers one who doesn't know what state is in and one who wants to go visit the Yosemite great country. I don't know that By is truly a serial flavor and I love the Yosemite and their boss El Capitain. He's the best. Hello Newsradio wham eleven. Eighty Bobby Uruguay called to tell you that. My brother potato chips for breakfast. Well guess what your later. He's still eating potato chips for breakfast. You know what I think I might have some tomorrow. It's Saturday live high. God bless You keep your Chin up? God bless the United States of America. Weekend assignment is what it always is. Tonight's get out to Temple Mosque or synagogue. Failing now joined bury via church on Sunday. And you and I'll be back here Monday morning. Eight till noon on News Radio Cam. Eleven Eighty at tropical smoothie cafe. They want you to get away every day unwind with their watermelon. Moheda AND NEW GUAVA MARGARITA. Smoothies pair one with their delicious new barbecue pork case idea for a mini summer vacation this summer. Tropical smoothie cafe is bursting with flavor made to order with fresh quality rocket ingredients with sixty Washington DC area locations. It's never been easier to ride the summer. Wave of flavor order ahead online for carry out side pickup or delivery at participating locations tropical smoothie cafe. You're on tropic time now..
"county sheriff" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Your host on portrait's find US wherever you get your podcasts back trends The governor has said all school districts in the state are authorized to reopen. He also characterized it and I quote S. Great News is feels that way. I'm enthusiastic about it and I hope he is. He also says that. Some one hundred twenty seven districts have yet to submit plans for reopening to the Department of Health and fifty of those that were received ring completer deficient and The Department of Health is going end up deciding what those districts can or can't do but this is what the number said ought to happen. And I'm grateful that the governor has Said they can reopen and I I it is great news. I hope that this can occur in the new obstacles. Don't pop up or aren't to be joined by the sheriff of Livingston County. Sheriff Tom Daugherty Good Morning Sir. Welcome to the broadcast glorying Bob Time no talk. Yeah I know and I. I've missed talking with you. Hope you're doing great real quick. How has your department fared through the covid month sir? There was a lot of unknown with it but for us. It's it's a Lotta back to normal here and we continue to do some education out in the community but most times. It's it just takes that we stop out have conversation and move on You you've been okay in terms of your jail in terms of your deputies and such like that yeah we. We've been very fortunate. We have quarantine in jail for new intake. So whether it's martial inmates or Folks coming out of county court because they've started the sentence now again They sit in the quarantine period. So we're taking all those precautions. We work with our medical staff Out in the community. Yeah we we haven't had a lot of problems. We had one deputy That worked outside the facility. Contract Colbert and He's recovering so we've been very fortunate outstanding speaking with to county sheriff. Tom Brady and earning. It's occurred since last we spoke as we've had these demonstrations we've had the defunding police Stuff going on I I WANNA touch base and get your thoughts on on those things in the state of of American law enforcement. What are your thoughts sir? I think that we're just in a rare rare time. And really crossroads of what people want in this country. Do you want law? And Order and rules and peace or do you want anarchy and chaos and Certainly feels like right now. There's great rhetoric across the country against law enforcement. But I continue to say DR members here that we are well supported and Livingston County and you know it might be simple letter into the members. It might be You know a post to our social media and might be cookie drops or young kids coming in showing their support or just a simple. Thank you in route in the community. I know that that we're blessed in this county but I also know that we work hard to do a lot of community policing building that trust so I'm not saying that all law enforcement perfect and in fact I think that there's some agencies who could work on on their their stuff but I also don't like it when all law enforcement painted with the same brush. It's like anything you know Whether it's a priest who's done wrong doesn't mean all priests are bad whether it's a cop. I mean we could go on through it No matter the profession there's imperfections. It's impossible to root out every candidate coming in the door Predominantly our police officers are excellent and serve those that they don't even know risk their lives serving those they don't even know so. I go on and on with that but yeah there's there's great concern for the future of our country and I think that diversity in that play out right now I just the the greatest divide that I've seen in my lifetime. Speaking of live is a county sheriff. Tom Daugherty that because there do seem to be those including an early high political office. Who seem eager to embrace the chaos and lawlessness. Yeah I mean I just. It's hard to wrap my head around. I got in the law enforcement and all five so it's not like I'm an old salty vet but it certainly has changed and so has this country you know nine eleven we saw our country come together and you look at cove it and you'd think that we'd come together but they're still this great. Divide to the point. Where the news is hard to watch. Social Media's hard to follow and really what what I do time is just be with family. Be With friends because it's hard and it's I know it's hard on people's mental fatigue of of what the rhetoric is no matter which side you believe in whether it is the the Law and order side. Or if you believe in decriminalizing everything across the country we look in. New York State. I put out a press. Release the other day and a guy who fifty three suspensions and some people may go. Yeah big deal. He drove without a license or he was revoked. Fifty three times but what it really means is either failed to pay or failed to appear fifty three times Regarding a traffic ticket so it might have been a speed or something simple. But it compounded compounded compounded so now with bail reform. We can't we can't hold him. The judge is not allowed to set bail so we let him go and based on past history. That guy's probably gonNA go drive again. I don't think on the fifty fourth time it's GonNa Change but if you look at what the Senate and the Assembly did now in New York state. They've passed through both that. They're gonNA do away with the scofflaw so if you get a ticket a judge can no longer suspend your license. If you don't show up due to address it a judge can no longer suspend your license even if you do show up and you don't pay the fine so there won't be any you. Oh it's basically more decriminalization. Instead of trying to change the behavior through education and consequences. They just changed the rules to fit their narrative. And that's that's very troubling for public safety so when people say to me like you know you seem like you're try and stay politically sheriff and I do as best I can but when it comes down to this stuff you look at it closely and you're you you make a decision sheriff. Is this making my counting safer or less safer? And the answer is very clear on on a case like this where why do we want these folks out driving around with no consequences and potentially doing damage doing harm on our roadways that we work so hard to protect and then on top of that if the governor signs this which I believe it still hasn't been sent over to him so probably? I believe the rules are it has to be before the end of the year and then he has ten days to decide if he signs it if he signs it it means that really because there's no scoff that probably a good defense attorneys. Just GonNa tell people when they get a traffic ticket. Don't go to court because you can't be found guilty if you weren't present and they can't stop your license anyway so it's more more again. Decriminalization no consequence for any wrongdoing. Right in a means that there's a at the end of the day. No restraint on the way people drive. Which as you say creates potential risk for other motorists that say yeah and you look at the people who follow the laws and even the people L. K. simple traffic ticket big deal People are late they speed. I'm not condoning that but I'm also a realist. But average law abiding person who gets a citation for not following a rule handles responsibly. If they can't pay the fine immediately a deal with the courts paid over time but in this case the law abiding person. Who does that if this is passed or signed by the governor? They would really I mean. The lighting is being held accountable. Where the person who doesn't want to follow the rules is not and that'd be hard as.
"county sheriff" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"I'll probably get myself a tweed jacket pads on the and pretend pipe to smoke as I sit and sign them at cove signings. Where normal will be allowed to attend? But the point is that we saw that one little Criminal ripple if you will. The attempted robbery was a big deal to the people involved in the context of the crime that is across the city and across this region. You is nothing but it gave you a chance to sort of you. Know peer to be through the blinds. And see what's going on when you peel that back as the Alleged perpetrator in. That incident was was identified. You I it's like pulling a string and everything unravels and what we have here and we haven't been able to get you know as you saw there any information very much in this guy. But we ha- you've got about Six or ten months of his life where any seems to have been pretty active in terms of criminality what he did before that we don't have any access to information or allegations but That that's the deal. There are those Who ARE PROFESSIONAL CRIMINALS? Which is a nice way to call it what they are as predators on their neighbors and in this situation if this man is guilty of what. He's a accused of he has traumatized Significantly The lady who owns the restaurant. He has left the man who saved that lady quite possibly with lingering physical discomfort in some small degree of disability And he's also left one of his Heroin infant all customers again. If these allegations are true dead That's an awful lot of harm for one person to do in a small stretch of weeks. We'll be back with you in just a moment on newsradio at eleven eighty. Dow's I OUGHTA I'd ask how your garden is doing right because this is the year. We're all growing garden Case the food supply grabs the bit. You're probably eating like crazy out of it. Everybody's got Zucchini right now. We're about two weeks into Zucchini bread. Season highly delicious The corn is out there Robustly Find someplace long aside of the road to buy plenty take it home eat it. You will enjoy like crazy reading You know out of our garden and by Armie my wife's Here's another thing to do right about now if you want some of the Greens for the fall. You know like people will want spinach or a new thing of K. Or whatever like that as the cool weather comes on right about now is a really good time to plant that or transplant. That get that into your garden so that you're eating right up through and beyond Frost Ron thanks for calling. Thanks for holding on Syria. You're on newsradio eleven. Eighty this is Ron. Yes sir. Welcome I just want to comment on the NRA lawsuit here about Louis? Certain that there won't be any help coming from the ACO you nor will there be any help forthcoming from that. Mediocrity morality who's never seen a gun control law that he didn't like either he'd rather just keep snowden the public trough possibly can and that's France reality check for today. It's Ron's reality check for today. Sam Sam yes sir. Should we make Ron's reality check for today? Regular Feature. I think you think wrong. Well tai-bo one to one and you always win the you know what honestly Oldest guy in the room is not so bad. It's not true it's true you any big weekend plans coming at the house. No nothing nothing big this weekend. I don't think Ashley's parents are out of town so we might use the pool to get warm again as Ashley. You're you're my wife okay. So when her her people go away you can use their stuff. Well we can use their stuff anytime. You're not welcome. When they're they're no problem for you okay. Are you a bad son? Not at all mean to you when they say bad words that you know they feel safe. Are you okay? I feel good all right. Good all right. I'm the thing is is that They they have some friends that have a condo or MC key cabinet. I'll be okay. A cabin up in the end around so they to go there a couple times over the summertime so when they go away they'll say pools yours you can go over there and and use it just not. We're here right right not to hear okay so I can talk to them. Are there problems? Here's feel safe. Here's the here's the thing. I'll tell you blink your eye if you're in danger right now all right the thing. I'll tell you is that sometimes. They're like and really want you guys to come over and release. Yeah and you talked about it on the radio. That is great. That's Kinda relationship to have well it. Sometimes they don't listen well they do but they're out of town right now so maybe on the APP. Maybe we look at that. It'd be any website's no service up there okay. Here's the thing it is. It is good that we all you know if we all had to live together we could. There'd be no pressure of bring all the family and but it is good that we have our separate places. Yeah Yeah I think an and they can only do so much i. It's tough for them with the boys because they they want. I'll go inside. They WANNA go down in the basement and play. He's got a train table down. There Jackson does and they have to constantly watch. They don't always want to go in the pool. They want to run around the back yard. They want throw the ball so it's just a lot so I think the kids are very like kids. Oh absolutely a hundred percent. Got a train table in the basement. Jackson does okay. Grandma GRANDPA set up a train table. Yes that's awfully nice. Yeah the you say. The grandparents don't like them. I don't say that out loud. It'll scar the children's just think. Sometimes I just think sometimes it might be a little too much. We spend too much time over there so we try to balance it. Plus you know I go over there and I talked to them. This is how I feel personally. Did you do this did you? That's what your house needs this. Your House needs that they say that and that well the father in law does. Yeah God bless him. He's not listening right now. He shouldn't do that. The it's the after. Remember that as a as a as a gross and great people. Yeah it brings you. It just makes me feel you know like he says you guys need to live close to us. I Oh why? Why do we need to live close to you? You need to live close to us because if you don't I won't be there to help you with your things which he likes to come over and say no. I think that might be in his defense fat Though I I accept that annoying not a to be. This may be the way he shows love. He's like probably some old guy you know what I'm saying. He's probably handy's probably figured out. He thinks that's how dads they're supposed to be. He still sees himself as the Alpha male. Dad whatever else like that. I think you're right about. Yeah Yeah I take it out. I take my wife though. Come on stop. I don't WanNa hear it anymore. Okay showing a lot of problems that we're exposing today. Don't worry Alexa keep your eye on. We'll be back after electoral newscast on newsradio eleven eighty at tropical smoothie cafe. They want you to get away every day unwind with their watermelon. Moheda IN NEW GUAVA MARGARITA. Smoothies pair one with their delicious new barbecue. Pork case idea for a mini summer. Vaca- The tropical smoothie cafe is bursting with flavor made to order with fresh quality rock ingredients with sixty Washington DC area locations. It's never been easier to ride the summer. Wave of flavor order ahead online for carry out curbside pickup or delivery at participating locations tropical smoothie cafe. You're on tropic time now. Have you ever looked at a poetry and wanted? Who was this person? Really? It's really in love story Harry. It was motivated by love and he became known for his undercover reporting. He got himself arrested but also men's dress. Ll Cou. 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"county sheriff" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"And in the way this all came down in unite had this conversation in the past the onus on enforcing a social distancing mask wearing when it comes to retail establishments and businesses fall squarely on those business owners, shoulders making them the bad guys. But their hands are tied as well because there's licensing issues and they don't. Play along and follow the. Rules The bottom line is they could lose their license to operate small businesses that have been. So already hard hit and I think you and I are pretty much on the same side of the equation when it comes to mask wearing. But do you wear a mask when you go into a business? If I, go into the if I go to a business that has a sign up that says, please amass all wear masks when I go in the courtesy to the business But in all fairness I've just limited my shopping experiences or go through a drive up window if I don't want to wear a mask ride order things online. There are plenty of ways you know. If you don't want to wear a mask, you don't have to put the business at risk but yes, I do wear a mask. If I, if I go into a place that's requiring one and you know especially now with the governor's mandatory mask order and I say that air quotes just so that I can give this business and cover exactly. But isn't that the unintended consequences we find ways. To shop and go about our daily lives, sometimes at the peril of small businesses because we are shopping online now. But I'm with you if only because I don't WanNa. Get the side is stink guy from people if I'm not wearing a mask. But I do support local businesses in my heart does go out to them. All right. Well, county sheriff, Steve Raines. Thanks so much. For, taking the time certainly do appreciate it. Pleasure. Thank you. Bet Seventeen now your thoughts this morning, nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten dropping texts on art thirteen,.
"county sheriff" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Police accountability bill into law some calling this ground, blake breaking historic legislation. Governor police called it a necessary and positive step toward healing, the state's pain and hearing the public's concerns. Now here's what's interesting. Share frame Senate bill to seventeen. Was introduced and passed in a matter of two weeks after being introduced in the days after George, Floyd's May twenty fifth, the death at the hands of police officers in Minnesota this as Denver and other cities across the nation. We're being rocked by protests. Do you believe that this bill was rushed? Yeah this was rush. There's no doubt about that, but I. Don't think the listeners should be fooled that this this bill was written after George Floyd incident this this bill was actually drafted and ready to go in some form, probably the original form that we saw a sometime after the allies McLean incident which happened a year prior down in Aurora and that becomes pretty pretty evident when you start reading the bill and seeing seeing what happened in the in the incident, involving alleged McLean, and some of the reactions through this bill and make no mistake. There are some parts of this bill that they make absolute sense, but there are a lot of parts of this bill that. Is Not good for the community or for law enforcement all right, so let's start with the latter. What is not good for the community and law enforcement? Honestly this this this bill creates a situation where it causes officers to hesitate to to engage because you're taking away a factor called qualified immunity and and asking officers to make exactly perfect decisions when they're going into situations that are very unpredictable and and the way that that occurs is is. Legislate this legislation opens officers up to be personally sued for for. A violation of someone's State Constitutional Rights Know that sounds valid, that sounds like something that that the should be on the books, but again when you walk in the shoes of a police officer, who's making decisions and split seconds, and then understanding that hey, what what he perceived at that given time may not be what actually occurred and now he or she may be liable in a state civil civil. Civil Rights, trial and taste, personal damages against them personal financial damages. It's just it's tough. It's hard. It's hard legislation to read. It's even harder for the for the average person understand, and I don't think a lot of people understand what that trickle down. Effect is going to look like as as they as they see law enforcement change in their community. Now State Senator John. Cook Former Weld County. Sheriff Ads I can't in this bill, but he told me. That when he first saw a Senate bill to seventeen, he was pro quote pretty disgusted. Saying the way it was introduced, I was one hundred percent against it. I referred to it as the anti law enforcement bill was punishment and revenge. That's what the bill was all about, but he along with. Republican Bob Gardner. were able to get their hands into it and that led to them being able to actually support it. So how did it change from its initial draft? Well. Initially the bill was very anti law enforcement and to a degree. It still is essentially the the first draft of the bill put an officer on the hook for one hundred thousand dollars worth of damages, and they could seek. No, they could seek no coverage from insurance. They could not be indemnified by their by their parent agency by the Police Department by the sheriff's Office they. They were on the hook for any financial damages, personally out of their pocket for up to one hundred thousand dollars Cook in our senator, cooking and Senator Gardner were able to amend that part of the bill or get an amendment to the bill that reduce that penalty down to twenty, five thousand, and then allowed an agency to indemnify their officers for that twenty five thousand. So, it's more palatable. It's still not great We opened up a whole new realm for litigation to occur in the state of Colorado It's something that responsible law enforcement will figure out how to work through, but it will cause us do police or differently well with all the calls across the country for defunding disbanding law enforcement with my very humble opinion would result in well. Community's looking like Chaz or chop or whatever they wanted to call it. Are you seeing the impact locally on recruitment retention and increase retirements not to mention morale. Well some morale. Right off the bat. There were a lot of officers that were kind of walking around in a daze trying to figure out how this bill was going to impact them. Here in Weld County. The commissioners have agreed to indemnify officers who act in good faith and charged criminally for one of these civil judgments, so that that created a lot of stability in my agency as far as that factor goes, but you know locally regionally. Yeah, there's a lot of talk about folks looking for folks, law enforcement, looking for a different career paths, or you know trying to figure out how they can navigate. These new waters like I said. We're in a pretty unique place here at the sheriff's office, but that's that's not. Not Necessarily, the case and law enforcement agencies around the state It's going to be tough times I. Don't know what the next year or two we're going to look like, but I think people who are on the front edge of their career. GonNa say you know what I'd rather just go. Do else and people who are on the tail in are GonNa. Go you know I I'm just going to retire now or I'm Gonna I'm gonNA preserve that retirement while I can and and pull the plug It's GonNa. Be It's GonNa be a tough road. It's a sad set statement, because just like any other profession. You're going to have a few bad apples in the bunch, but you don't throw out the entire orchard and to that point. That you and the work of your colleagues is very very much appreciated. Thank you and you know I I can tell you as a law enforcement officer. There's no one that hates a bad cop more than. but some agencies are just as responsible for how. Assure this legislation in by not taking care of those bad apples if law enforcement doesn't get rid of the bad ones than you expect for legislation like this to come along to force us to do that and I. Unfortunately, that's where we're at home. Well County. Sheriff Steve Brings. Thanks so much for all your time this morning. Certainly appreciate it. Look Radio Seven, thirty now thirteen ten KF KFI. Catch me, Dan, Patrick in the DANETTES weekdays nine to noon on thirteen ten K. F. K. A.. Seven forty eight now thirteen Shannon Kfi K, a thirteen ten KFI K. A. dot com. Northern Colorado's voice, more scale,.
"county sheriff" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper
"Other broward county sheriff's deputies who had not yet entered the school the broward county sheriff denies those reports saying only one deputy was there during the time of the shooting while the shooter was there but what about in its immediate aftermath when it was still on active shooter situation and victims were in desperate need of help joining me now to discuss all of this is broward county sheriff scott israel sheriff thanks so much for joining us i appreciate it i want you to take a listen to stone in douglas high school senior brandon half talking about your deputy the school resource officer scott peterson the school resource officer was behind a stairwell wall just standing there any had his gone drawn and he was just pointing at at the building and you could shot started going off inside you can hear them going off over and over he was just talking on the radio and he never did anything for four minutes and he's the only one with a gun he's wearing a bulletproof vest and all you know he has all that law school security guard see now coaches pretty much were running in shielding kids share how do you respond to the student all what the students said our video and audio and all the witness statements we uh have have taken corroborates that that's what i saw and when i saw that i was disgusted i was just demoralized with the performance a former deputy peterson and that's why i called him in in uh suspended him without pay as we were going to move towards termination and he resigned did he tell you why he didn't go in.
"county sheriff" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Dot org and you click on your state and the gullies mugshots of these people have been arrested the past few days and they tell you what they were charged with they tell you who the arresting agency was you know whether it was pricey county sheriff's office or north or what police or little rock police or or whatever it is it's fascinating what i don't think it's comprehensive because they can't find any we're talking about the case we had now the democrat gazette uh about what they said was the uh the controversy the fight over child custody with a nineteen yearold father wanted to take his two children and he was told no and they said he shot the place up okay and of course i say this habit around wool a police officer responded to uh the home ran 215 sunday afternoon thirty a one mccain park drive and uh the guy whereas accused of shooting at the north little rock apartment with a people inside at.
"county sheriff" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The one thing on my mind is obviously the north bay fires still my heart is heavy for the people in snow county all the way of north i do want to say how impressed i've been with first responders the mts naveh county sheriff's department number county sheriff's department what a phenomenal job everybody's doing facing the fires going into neighborhoods that are literally on fire knocking door to door to door telling people to evacuate as much as we one harp on cops we talked by cops in this country i mean when we need them they usually are there and just because it's put a badge on you still have to have that courage so the cinema county sheriff's department napa county sheriff to promote a phenomenal job each and every one of you've been doing of the first responders up in north bay i've been talking to a lot of friends up their obvious i talked to you last night about it i found of the my high school cortal newman in santa rosa was burnt down to the ground which is devastating to hear a lot of great memories and santa rosa but talk a lot of my friends i mean they're they're parents all of them army all those all of us have moved out of san arose after graduated high school but a lot of our parents still remain and their houses were torched the burn down to the ground people were staying in hotels are staying with family members i know the my family the the wonderful mccormick family up in windsor is staying huddled together they're safe by god we're still trying to find out exactly what's going on with with that situations i can't help but but but talk about that because this is on my mind awaits heavy on my mind what's going on in the north bay it's absolutely devastating and dumb people at a pass away and people lost their pets all their properties just the awful situation but really what i wanted to say was how amazing the first responders up in the north bay for the fires are in dealing with everybody and and trying to evacuate everybody telling everybody where to go where to be safe what to donate where to go for shelter so again napa county sheriff's department cinema county sheriff's department all the police all the empties the first responders what an amazing job you've done so far i know.
"county sheriff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"County sheriff offers inmates up to help with harvey that's the hurricane harvey cleanup that a good idea to think or a bad idea and why just ten if it's a good idea why not a whole bunch he offered them up to help build the wall cheap labour i don't know is it always is it seemed like the conflict of interest it almost seems like if we allow people to do that they'll be an incentive to get people in jail so we will have free labour pete don't you think kind of if you you know it if you allow using assisted sue assisted suicide or allow folks to and their own lives then there's worry that they'll be conflict of interest and pressure to pressure them to end their own lives this is related and as this this conflict of interests it'd be pressure in a we need we needs more object people in jail so we can gets bill that why way there they think that's an issue sheriff hodgson says there are ten minutes ten inmates that have expressed an interest against threats some said ma jazz pretty good i'd like this i stay here i don't want to go down there and help anybody he says it's basically little costs the taxpayer for the labour but it would not only be good for the inmates but for the people of houston and the whole area has been devastated by the terrible store tom says having these inmates be able to go in there and now they really made a positive difference in the lives of his people who have been devastated would be a wonderful thing for them and you know at first that skeptical and eggs but as i really to these ikana won me over a little bit these signs it kinds of things can change people's minds and hearts and we think this is something that would surely benefit that inmates not only then but the people that the community give back to the fbi quickly etcetera i wonder what what's really is that really the.
"county sheriff" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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