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01:51 min | 1 year ago

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"Quarantine. Cactus Shadows, is hoping to find another opponent for next weekend. Live in the newsroom. Jim Bronson hard news eyes on the economy when mortgage freezes from the cares act, and in the spring foreclosures could surge here in Phoenix, Metro and all across the country. Three million Americans Aaron for Barents down a third since the pandemics peak, but that doesn't seem to be on track. To get down to zero. Before this 12 month, clock runs out. Zillow economist Jeff Tucker hopes enough jobs can come back from the pandemic so homeowners can pay their mortgages again. If they cannot. Home prices have been rising. So much and lending standards have been pretty tight for the last several years, so most of these folks will have a decent cushion of home equity. Phoenix Metro's home values are up 11.7% in a year. The nation's best, Peter, say, Mork Our News Arizona votes. Sending psychologists and social workers out on police calls involving people with mental health problems is something Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden said he'd like to see during last night's ABC News Town Hall, retired Phoenix police Sergeant Darren Burge tells Katie are I have no problem with bringing psychiatrist or some other expert in a situation where you have somebody that has some type of mental illness. That's the great thing that Bird says it would take more funding for police to add people like that, because they go on. A lot of mental health calls tune in on Monday for live coverage of President Trump's sixth Arizona campaign visit. The president will be in Prescott and Tucson Monday for make America great again Rallies. Katie Air will bring you live updates from Prescott leading up to the president's rally at noon, and then we'll carry that live for you. You can catch all the latest election updates on 92 3 FM right here also on our app or a.

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02:50 min | 3 years ago

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"On the KTAR news app. Your breaking news and traffic now. It's too. I'm Bob McClay. Here's our top story. Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams joined result morning news today to react to the video captured an officer pointing his gun and yelling, profanities family including two young children while responding to a report of shoplifting KTAR, Jim cross is live in the news center, the Phoenix chafe. Jerry Williams says an investigation is underway into last month incident when the officers were originally called out to adult shoplifting at a dollar store. Our officers go to make contact they get into vehicle, and they flee the vehicle stops the first time in an adult female gets out, and we arrest her for warrants vehicle continues to flee again and then stops in an apartment complex. She says it was there when the unprofessional behavior by the officer happened to community meeting coming up tomorrow at six o'clock pilgrim, raspberries, church, that's at fourteenth street and Jefferson and downtown Phoenix live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. Retired Phoenix police sergeant Darren Burge. Who spent three decades law enforcement says all of the videos out, there are good for the sake of transparency, but to many people reacted him without knowing the entire story now, there's more of a native atmosphere. I guess please, which makes our job, even more daunting. When people are running actually every moment of the day with a camera trying to have that. Gotcha moment bird says it's tougher to be a cop now than ever. Knew this morning, Phoenix. Police are investigating a shooting near McDowell and fifteenth avenue of woman was taken, or that is a man was taken to the hospital, but should be okay. No word on a suspect description, the Woodbury fire in the superstition mountains has grown to almost thirty eight thousand acres with zero percent containment. It's still not a threat to homes. Pamela baths with the southwest area. Type one team leading the firefight says the fire is still dine miles from gold canyon and eleven miles away from Apache junction. Almost seven hundred fifty people and air attack are battling the fire ninety percent. Earning, a wilderness, area or can keep that fire in the wilderness. And to try to minimize the spread onto state and private lands to the west highway, eight remains closed between tortilla flat and the junction with highway, one eighty eight. Now, time for check on traffic. Here's Dani Sullivan, live of the valley Chevy dealers, traffic center couple of accidents cruiser, working on and they're going into the clearing stages. At least this one is forty fourth street south of Thomas and interaction at. They're also there's a collision on Broadway. It's just west of Sossamon, and freeways. Look, really good right now here in town. This report is sponsored by blue sky pest control. Blue sky pest control a Rosie on the house certified partner..

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03:36 min | 3 years ago

"darren burge" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"KTAR in-depth, by the way, mayor geigo will be joining us a little after seven forty this morning. But here's one of the things that we need to talk to her about is is this police department situation. First off this video that we have seen over the last few days in arrests that was made in late may all caught on tape. Yeah. So that's the video from the incident surrounding a Phoenix. Police officer caught on video lake swiping a handcuffed suspect who is up against the car. Now, the family says they are suing they're suing now for ten million dollars. Former Arizona attorney General Tom horn is representing the family and he says the Phoenix police used excessive force after this call that their four year old daughter, stole a doll from a dollar store. Family now filing this notice acclaim and horn recounted with the officer. Did he told the father to spread his father, did the officers had kicked him in the right leg so hard that the father collapsed? Again, you can see that on the video. Yeah. You can definitely see that on the video, and he says, in the Nossa claim against the, the Phoenix police department that the author, sir committed battery, so you got assault and battery, so assault actually is saying you're going to hurt. Somebody battery is actually putting your hands on them or hurting them in some way, shape, or form. Andy says the Phoenix police used excessive force, he said, I'm going to put a camping you're a word. Wow. And really false arrest. Two officers arrived with the father and a police car and kept him there for an hour. They did not loosen the handcuffs for another half hour. Yeah. And civil rights violations stack up on top of this, this all began after the four year old daughter, once again, allegedly, stole a doll from the dollar store. The officers apparently did not have the whole story. They just contacted them in the, you know, outside the dollar store. Didn't talk to the dollar store manager I. Back on Wednesday. We talked to retired Phoenix. Police sergeant Darren Burge and he told us the officer definitely overreacted on the leg sweep, but also want to know what happened leading up to that point that we hadn't seen or heard about. So what did he do that made the offer upset or Qazi officer be instead of using were upset concern? Was there something happened where now the officers concerned for his safety, which makes me think that's the case. Also have a gun out so Darren Birch making the point that that officer acted improperly. I've been making the point that, yeah, he did he did. And maybe he did some other things wrong on that traffic stop but. He probably should be disciplined because it's not the way to handle this. I it's not an and the, the man was complying he had his legs spread. There was no need to kick his leg out. You're just making the situation worse than an officer doing that. Now do I think the guy should be the cops should be fired? Now I don't I don't discipline. Yeah. Do I think the families should be suing? I guess you could make the case for that, but for ten million dollars, that's an overreaction. So the cop overreacted now the families overreacting. And the only thing I will say is it is a sign of desperation that they would choose Tom horn. Disgraced former attorney general to be their attorney. That also is. Yeah. Maybe an overreaction it's five nineteen now at KTAR valley Chevy dealers, traffic.

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02:33 min | 3 years ago

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"Here's our top story. A Phoenix police officer has pled not guilty to assaulting a shoplifting suspect inside a WalMart. Our TV partners at ABC fifteen report that officer Tim by already entered the plea today. Video showed the handcuffed suspect being slapped by an officer in December, also dogging Phoenix police right now the shooting death of a nineteen year old armed robbery, suspect back in January, the family of Jacob Harris plans to file a wrongful death lawsuit against the city, but can't because it still hasn't received a police report of the incident, despite making multiple requests retired Phoenix. Police sergeant Darren Burge says cases like that take time to wrap up something as serious as the loss of a life. So no, I don't think that's overly long period. Time for a report to be finalized is how we say it report is finalized inavailable to third party. The city of Phoenix may have to explain to a judge. Judge, why a report still hasn't been released after five months, South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham rebuking, the words of President Trump this morning. He's referring to the president's exclusive interview with ABC news in which Trump said he was open to receiving information from foreign entities on his political opponents. The South Carolina Senator told reporters that the president is simply wrong, the Woodbury fire in the superstitions has now, grown to just over ten thousand acres, many Cordova with a type one incident management team says the fire is not a threat to homes at this time we're still maybe about eight or so miles away from the closest closest home, so, yeah, we're, we're still quite a distance Cordova says there are now four hundred fifty firefighters at the Woodbury fire. They face a challenging day of one hundred twelve degree heat strong. Wind gusts and very low humidity. The office of special counsel is recommending, the President Trump should remove one of his. Top advisors Kellyanne Conway for violating laws that prohibit political activity while working in the executive branch of a special counsel saying, White House adviser, Kellyanne Conway is a repeat offender violating the hatch act, which prevents federal employees from any political actions special counsel's office, saying Conway had publicly advocated for and against candidates, and TV interviews, and President Trump should fire her. The White House saying special counsel's actions are deeply flawed and violate her right to free speech and due process, Andy Field, ABC news, the White House. Now, time for check on traffic..

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02:11 min | 3 years ago

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"Here's our top story. Phoenix police are investigating after a video shows officers possibly crossing the line with misconduct during an arrest. KTAR's Ali vetnar has insight from former law enforcement it starts with a man on the pavement moments later handcuffed up against a car. His legs swept by officer who then yelled. Retired Phoenix police sergeant Darren Burge tells Arizona's morning news to what did he do that made the officer upset or Qazi officer v instead of using were upset concern? Was there something happened? We're now the officers concerned for his safety, which makes me think that's the case. 'cause weisensee obser- offer have a gun out new video of the incident is expected around eleven o'clock this morning, Ali vetnar, KTAR news. Arizona's immigration crisis. President Trump is asserting executive privilege over documents related to the Trump administration's decision to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty cents Trump talked with reporters about the controversial citizens, ship question today when you have a census and you're not allowed to talk about whether or not somebody's a citizen or not that doesn't sound so good to me. Can you imagine you send out a census and you're not allowed to say whether or not a person in American citizen? The Justice department notified the chairman of the house oversight committee of the decision in a letter today about three hours before the Senate intelligence committee hearing, Donald Trump junior, says he has nothing to change in his testimony and he's not worried that he might face perjury charges. This is Donald Trump junior talking to reporters after his closed door interview. By way over. We're able to the final clarity on that. And I think the understands that focus on the panels probe into Russia's election meddling has been Trump junior's 2016, Trump Tower meeting with the Russian lawyer, who promised dirt on Hillary Clinton. This is Donald Trump junior again, talked to reporters after his interview this morning. Suction pumps are being cleared and cruiser shoveling away debris to make way for the rainwater that could drown eastbound.

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04:45 min | 3 years ago

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"Kind of crisis. You know, we're we're getting such a huge influx that it's you know, it's starting to spread us from here. The homeland security secretary will meet the president and collects the co California west of Yuma tomorrow to visit the border wall. And you Jim cross KTAR news waiting for any comments. That Nielsen might have in you, man. We'll bring those to you as soon as they happen. Disturbing. New details from state investigation into former state Representative David stringers past KTAR, Griselda zetino, is live in the news center with more. It's a bit hard to hear. But you on these fighting house ethics committee shows stringer saying he doesn't like to demonize child sex trafficking. He can also be heard saying he believes there are a lot of fifteen year old prostitutes documents also show stringer allegedly saying the focus of school funding should be elite students and that public schools should deal with Mexican and special needs students whom he says will never contribute to our community or the economy stringer step down last week. After a Baltimore police report from nineteen Eighty-three showed he allegedly paid two teenage boys to have sex stringer has denied the chart. Live in the news center, Griselda zetino, KTAR news girl is dead. The victim of a senseless act of road rage in west Phoenix seven around six yesterday evening near thirty ninth avenue and Roosevelt Phoenix police sergeant Vince Lewis says the driver of a white Ford f one fifty pickup truck followed a family of four home after the driver of that vehicle did something to anger him. Lewis told there was on his morning news that driver opened fire on the car in their driveway striking ten-year-old summer Bill Brown and her dad's. She died this morning. This was a Honda. This was a decision by suspect to use that deadly force for what appears to be an offense or being offended while they were driving. Her father's expected to survive. Lewis says they're looking for the driver of that truck. Jeremy foster KTAR news, and you'll find a picture of the truck that police are looking for and a description of the suspect at KTAR dot com. We're learning more details about a fiery wrong way crash on state route three forty seven last night. In Maricopa the department of public safety says a woman and three kids were taken to the hospital after twenty six year old band driving. A dodge pickup truck hit their SUV. That says the driver who was going the wrong way is being investigated for impairment Phoenix police continue to investigate an incident last weekend where a homeowner shot two burglars killing one of them retired. Phoenix police sergeant Darren Burge says if you're in fear for your life using deadly force is perfectly legal. He says it's a different story. If you see someone stealing your car. If someone's stealing property not use deadly force to stop them, you can threat to deadly force. But you have to understand you can't use it bird says the first thing, you should always do if you see a crime taking place is called the police and Phoenix police said they found human remains inside a home near forty eighth street and Ray road in Allah Tuckey. No other details are available. We'll bring you more information. As it comes in KTAR is on the economy city of Phoenix employees are getting a pay raise. That's the word from me or Kate geigo. She says during her first city council meeting as mayor they voted unanimously to approve the raise people begin to see larger paychecks. I hope this will also help us be more attractive employer. That more people will wanna work at the city of Phoenix knowing that they get the fifteen dollars minimum wage fulltime city employees that will see the rays include library, clerks police assistance road maintenance workers and landscapers and solutions to help. Sexual assault survivors start from within the community. It starts at home that from Arizona Senator Martha mcsally during a national discussion at the US naval academy. She told the audience one of the most important actions. The military has done is developed the new special victims counsel in this has just been recent where we now assign to the victim an attorney who is just for them MC Sally says the reason why she spoke up about her sexual assault experience. It's to give survivors hope and to advocate for change last month TV veiled superior officer Reiter, while she was in the air force. I'm Amy poll KTAR news. Twelve oh seven with traffic every six minutes. Here's Larry Lewis live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center for Bob, we got a new crash now in the east valley. It's going to be in ten P intersection of Elliott in priests. Keep an eye out for that. So working reckon Chandler to. It's the intersection of Elliott and alma school road. Then thirty second street at bell road in the north valley gonna find a crash there as well..

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm leon. Here's our top story healthcare has announced it is shutting down one of its units. After a female patient allegedly was sexually assaulted there. At the facility the immediate care facility for the intellectually disabled is closing for good where that severely disabled woman later gave birth in a statement to KTAR haciendas board of directors decided operation of the facility is simply not sustainable clients role ready being transferred to other facilities from hacienda. Phoenix. Police arrested a former nurse at the facility on suspicion of sexual assault. Peterson more KTAR news, sensor driven street and traffic lights and apps that show open parking spaces are part of the smart city movement gear to improve community efficiency, Jeff James with the Maricopa association of government says the data collected to help us cannot compromise privacy looking at these architectures of holiday segregated they'd holiday nominated either. I think the security is. The main concern and the focus Arizona companies are selling the smart technology can also improve mobility and alert cities to streets and public spaces that need repair. And it may still be winter. But you should still always be watching your kids around water. A new study from the consumer Product Safety Commission says now while the number of Arizona drowning deaths went down last year. Arizona still ranks in the top five deadliest states for drowning fatalities and Phoenix police will soon be sporting two thousand new acts on body cameras. Retired Phoenix police sergeant Darren Burge tells Arizona's morning news impact won't be preventative is going to be reflective. They'll show another valuable tool help with those investigations. The city council voted seven to one to approve five million dollars for the new body cameras as well as at about twenty new jobs to help process the footage. Now, let's get a check on traffic. Here's Billy harsh a ten eastbound ninety nine th avenue. We do have a crash. The two left lanes are blocked loop two two westbound at thirty second street. We've got a collision the shoulder is blocked there. US sixty eastbound.

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02:22 min | 3 years ago

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"Here's our top story. Police are questioning claim by the wife of the late Arizona. Senator John McCain Sidney McCain earlier this week commended police for their diligence over what she claimed was a case of human trafficking at sky harbor airport. Cindy, McCain told KTAR's MAC and Gaydos that she witnessed a kid being trafficked it looked at. It was a woman of different SSD than the child is little toddler. She had I tell people trust, your gut. I went over to the police, and I told him what I thought they went over and questioned or vibe God, she was trapped you kick. But Phoenix police now say there was no evidence of criminal conduct or child endangerment. Mccain has not offered any explanation for her discrepancies in her story. A twenty year old man accused of killing a pregnant lift driver has now entered a plea in court police say that Fabian Deraza had earlier admitted to stabbing his thirty nine year old victim. But today, he pled not guilty police claimed the Durazo ordered the car service with the intention of stealing the car. The thirty nine year old woman died at the hospital. Phoenix police will soon be sporting two thousand new acts on body cameras. Retired Phoenix police sergeant Darren Burge tells areas. Ona's morning news. These cameras are not going to stop officer involved. Shootings impact won't be preventive is going to be reflective. They'll show another valuable tool it helped with those investigations. The Phoenix city council voted seven to one to approve five million dollars for the new body cameras adults well as at about twenty new jobs to help process the footage and other investigations that come along with those cameras Hossien to healthcare patients may soon be on the move ABC fifteen reporting the state of Arizona is planning to move its patients out of its facilities. State. Lawmakers are working on a hacienda. Bill to close loopholes and prevent requests for exemptions from state licensing requirements state, Senator Carter explains we're trying to really focus on individuals who may be in a position that could potentially be alone with a vulnerable adult. The governor's office is requesting a written plan from the facility to have a third party manager settled and in place by tomorrow. I'm Amy poll KTAR news. Time for a check on traffic. Here's Dani Sullivan live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center,.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"Here's our top story. We continue our coverage on the horrific case of sexual abuse of an incapacitated woman who police say was sexually abused by her caregiver, a retired sex crimes investigations expert shares what's next in the investigation. Prosecutors continue building their case against Nathan Sutherland, despite his lawyer refuting evidence that police say prove the baby born to the patient at a into healthcare shares his DNA, though, when it comes to DNA invaluable valuable tool because we can't this guy because of the DNA that's retired. Phoenix police sergeant Darren Burge he tells Abruzzi James and Pamela Hughes show. Detectives will now be looking at all possible angles to make this case Sutherland is charged with sexual assault and assaulted honorable adult. Martha our news. It was a full house yesterday at the Phoenix city council meeting with dozens of residents showing up to have their voices heard in the Suns arena renovation deal arena. Part time. Worker and season ticket holder. Molly Weiss was in favor of the vote. I think it's wonderful. And I think they made a smart decision. You're gonna kill downtown if they voted against it and downtown is viable now. More than thirty five people spoke with nearly thirty more written testimony submitted to the written record of the meeting with all odds against us twenty eighteen rounded out to not be such a bad year for wildfires. Here Tiffany Davila with the department of forestry and fire management tells KTAR we had a little to no rainfall creating plenty of opportunities for fires. But they did all they could to prevent them in two thousand eighteen we had about one hundred sixty five thousand acres burn across Arizona in two thousand seventeen we had about four hundred and twenty thousand acres, so that's a big significant decrease in the number of acres burned in Davila credits. The drop in acres burning too early implant implementations of fire restrictions as well. As closures in different areas of the state. We're high risk factors were involved. Now, if you check on traffic, here's. Bradley Jay live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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01:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Here is our top story. No deal or end in sight to the shutdown despite efforts from the Senate to vote and reopen the government Arizona's senior Senator Houston cinema says she voted today to end the government shutdown that says the only real into this mess is for both parties to sit down and talk it out that if we work together over the next three weeks that we can find a compromise. We can find a solution to this challenge, and we can work with our colleagues in the house and send a piece of legislation to the president cinema did vote against a Republican backed Bill that would have also reopened the government. We continue our coverage of the horrific case of sexual abuse of an incapacitated woman who police say was sexually abused by her caregiver, a retired sex crimes investigations experts shares. What's next? Prosecutors continue building their case against Nathan Sutherland, despite his lawyer refuting evidence that police say prove the baby born to the patient at into healthcare shares his DNA the when it comes to DNA. Invaluable tool because we this guy because of the DNA that's retired. Phoenix police sergeant Darren Burge he tells the Bruce James and Pamela Hughes show. Detectives will now be looking at all possible angles to make this case Sutherland is charged with sexual assault and assault available in rebel adult. Martha our gay TA news the suspect in yesterday's mass shooting inside a Florida Bank made his first appearance before a judge. Twenty one year old seven saver appeared. At his initial court proceeding wearing a black jail issue jumpsuits. He was quiet his head down for most of the brief hearing answering the judge with. Yes, sir. When asked a question, he said, he has no belongings and dependence and was told he now faces five charges of first degree murder. Xaver is now being held without.

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02:17 min | 3 years ago

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"Here is our top story. Arizona lawmakers line forcement and the family of a fallen police officer are pushing a Bill to mandate hands free technology behind the wheel KTAR speeders say Moore's live with the story. And Becky they've tried this legislation before we have the momentum. It's time, and we need to do this Republican state Senator Kate Brophy McGee stood with democratic colleagues and police to stop drivers from manipulating cell phones by making it a primary offense Pete Johnson wants no more deaths from distracted driving driving is a main primary task. This is the time enough is enough Johnson son-in-law Salt River officer Clayton Townsend died when a distracted drivers struck him or Ovallis. Police chief calls the Bill. Enforceable live Peter say, more KTAR news. We continue our coverage now of the horrific case of sexual abuse of and incapacitated woman who police say was sexually abused by her caregiver are. Retired sex crimes investigations expert shares. What's next? Prosecutors continue building their case against Nathan Sutherland, despite his lawyer refuting evidence that police say prove the baby born to the patient at the healthcare shares his DNA the when it comes to DNA invaluable tool because we guy because of the DNA that's retired. Phoenix police sergeant Darren Burge he tells the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show. Detectives will now be looking at all possible angles to make this case Sutherland is charged with sexual assault and assault on rebel adult. Martha our news with odds against us twenty eighteen rounded out to be not such a bad year for wildfires. Tiffany Davila with the department of forestry and fire management tells KTAR we had little to no rainfall creating plenty of opportunities for fires. But they did all they could to prevent them in two thousand eighteen we had about one hundred sixty five thousand acres burn across Arizona in two thousand seventeen we had about four hundred and twenty thousand acres, so that's a big significant decrease in the number. Acres burned in Davila. Accredits the drop in acres burning too early implementation of fire restrictions as well as closures in different areas of the state with that were high risk factors. The department of forestry and fire management had not enforced closures since about ten years ago. Time now to check on the traffic. Here's Larry Lewis in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center,.

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01:44 min | 3 years ago

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"The Phoenix city council approved the talking stick resort arena renovation deal. The city will pay one hundred and fifty million of the two hundred and thirty five million dollars estimated cost the Suns will cover the rest. This comes after three hours of public comment, including this Phoenix resident we would not have the downtown area that we have right now had it not been for the Phoenix Suns in that arena. Council numbers also approved several amendments to require the Phoenix Suns to invest money for public programs. A licensed practical nurse sits in jail after Phoenix. Police arrested him on suspicion of sexual assault in impregnation of a twenty nine year old incapacitated woman at hacienda healthcare police chief Jerry Williams says DNA linked thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland to the victims baby this arrest to the veteran, we owed this the rest of the newest member of our community that innocent baby. Police say the baby boy is doing well in the search continues. For more possible victims down or suspects retired. Phoenix police sergeant Darren Burge tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos, Phoenix police were smart to ask the public's input on this case because it took police in the right direction. There's probably some, nurses or female employees that may have some information they can share. And that's why timing did a great job putting out silent witness. They can say provide this Intel suspect Nathan Sutherland, supposedly a Christian rap artists on the side is going through a divorce. The parents of a thirteen year old boy are suing the liberty elementary school district for two point five million dollars after his teacher was arrested for suspicion of sexually abusing him. The lawsuit says the district new britney's Mora talked with the students like the alleged victims through an app called class craft. Now, let's get a check on traffic..

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03:40 min | 3 years ago

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"It's going to be cold at thirty nine for overnight low tomorrow, we creep back up to seventy degrees, and then several days after that. We're going to be in the low seventies right now. It's sixty one in Tempe. Weather brought to you by Howard air. It is five zero three. Now, I am very pleased to announce that arrest has been made a big break in the hacienda healthcare case police say DNA links licensed practical nurse to the baby. Born at the facility late last month. KTAR's Martha Mauer joins us live with more details. Thirty-six-year-old Nathan Sutherland is the man police say was caring for twenty nine year old woman who cannot speak or move and has severe intellectual disabilities. Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams, we have worked virtually non-stop every day every night seven days a week trying to solve and resolve this case Sutherland is a licensed practical nurse who had been working at essence twenty twelve police say the baby is doing well. And that this investigation continues they'll be determining if there are possibly more victims or if there are any further suspects. Meanwhile, Mr southern you here on one count sex assault a class two felony count child. Overall, Novotny Sutherland made his first appearance today following his arrest. The sexual assault his bond was that had half a million dollars. He has no prior felonies. His next court. It's coming up on January thirtieth and Becky just moments ago. We did receive a statement from hacienda saying that before he started working there. He did undergo extensive background checks, including an extended criminal history searches with multiple government registry searches including sex offender and more. Now, he has been again, a licensed, practical, nurses, twenty twelve his nursing license is current and in good standing live in the news center. I'm Martha our KTAR news. Thank you, Martha KTAR legal analyst, Monica Lindstrom says if he's convicted Sutherland could spend up to fourteen years behind bars, but she says other factors that could come into play is how many times he allegedly sexually abused. The woman was this only happened one or was this multiple times. Because if he did this multiple times than those are new counts every single time and that can increase the time that he spent she tells the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show his record. It could also decrease his sentence. Retired feedings police sergeant Darren Burge tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos that Phoenix police were smart about asking the public for input on this case because it also helped to pinpoint them in the right direction. There's probably some female, nurses, or female, employees that may have some information they can share. And that's why Tommy did a great job putting out silent witness. They can say anonymous provide this Intel Birch says there could be other victims in this case. It's a pitch. Gerald is not ready to ride off into the sunset. Just yet. Cardinal's president and CEO, Michael Bidwell made this big reveal today with Doug and wolf on ninety eight seven FM Arizona's sport's station where he's coming back for his sixteenth season. And we are thrilled. I've been talking to him over the last couple of weeks and his passion his drive is determination. It's like his rookie year. Did well says Fitz bleeds cardinal red and is excited to work with new head coach cliff Kingsbury was a deadly Bank shooting in central Florida today, at least five people have been killed see bring police chief Carl Hoglund says the gunman was taken into custody after a swat team entered the SunTrust Bank branch, gentlemen, that's been taken into custody as a result of this as a gentleman by the name of Zaphon saver. He's twenty one years of age and lives here and Seabourn city. Phoenix today honored a hero with eleven years on forty-five-year-old, Phoenix firefighter. Rick tell.

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02:13 min | 3 years ago

"darren burge" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Becky Lynn. And here is our top story happening right now. The Phoenix city council is taking public comment on the proposed talking stick resort arena. Renovations. KTAR Griselda zetino, is live in the news center to tell us more about how it's going Becky the proposal costs for two hundred thirty million dollars to renovate the arena. This Phoenix resident supports it. He calls the arena an anchor for the growth downtown Phoenix has seen over the past several decades. I think it is a four looking thing that you were considering to do I believe we will all be enriched by it should that vote. Be positive city council. Members will continue hearing comments from the public before taking a vote. We'll bring you the results of that vote as soon as it happens live in the news center, Griselda zetino, KTAR news. The court is inclined or is going to order rather a cash that's the sound of this morning's court appearance of thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland he was arrested today after being accused of. Sexually assaulting and impregnating. A woman at hacienda healthcare Sutherland has no prior felonies. His next court appearance is set for January thirtieth and hacienda healthcare. Now releasing a statement following the arrest of Sutherland facility is apologizing following the arrest of Nathan Sutherland, a thirty six year old licensed practical nurse who's been with hacienda for the past eight years. They say they're sending their deepest sympathies to the client and her family. Hacienda added Sutherland underwent an extensive background check before getting hired. But was terminated as soon as they learned of his involvement in the case. They're continuing to work with police. Ashley, flood KTAR news. Former Phoenix police sergeant Darren Burge weighing in on the hacienda investigation. He tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos that Phoenix police did a good job getting Sutherland off the streets would be surprised if in this particular case there was another person implicated based on the DNA because we probably would have heard about that only because of the the math of DNA. Says there could be more victims than that's what police are investigating. Now, you border agents have arrested two MS thirteen gang members from Honduras after they made illegal entry into the US border patrol says the two did not have any previous criminal criminal or immigration histories in the US..

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03:10 min | 3 years ago

"darren burge" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here is our top story and arrest has been made in the alleged sexual assault of a long-term intellectually disabled woman at hacienda healthcare in Phoenix who gave birth to a child last month. Thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland, licensed practical nurse, arrested Phoenix voice chief Jerry Williams says that suspect provided care to the victim. And now, we'll be charged with sexual assault and abusing vulnerable adult. He was arrested based on DNA. We have worked virtually non-stop every day every night seven days a week trying to solve and resolve this case police say the baby is doing well. And this investigation continues to determine if there are possibly more victims, or if there are any more suspects at in explicit headquarters. Jim cross KTAR news. Here on one count sex assault across two thousand eight one count Sutherland made his first court appearance following his arrest Sutherland's bombs said five hundred thousand dollars he has no prior felonies in his next court appearance was set for January thirtieth now former Phoenix police sergeant Darren Burge weighing in now on the hacienda investigation. He tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos that Phoenix police did a good job getting Sutherland off the streets would be surprised if in this particular case there was another person implicated based on the DNA because we probably would have heard about that only because of the the math of DNA he says there could be more victims. And that's what police are investigating. Phoenix city council will vote on the two hundred thirty million dollar deal to renovate talking stick resort arena today. The proposal has Phoenix picking up one hundred fifty million dollars using tourism tax money designs, picking up the rest of the tab city councilman Sal Decio joined Arizona's morning news. And he says he opposes the plan because the revenue streams upside down the majority by far majority of money. Go to the sons they will make about fourteen million dollars a year, whereas city Phoenix taxpayers are gonna make about two point six nine. Still says the council will approve Irina deal this afternoon by a five to three margin valley school district and a teacher's husband are being sued after that teacher allegedly sexually assaulted one of her teenage students KTAR's Peter say Moore's live in the news center. The parents of a thirteen year old boy are suing the liberty elementary school district for two and a half million dollars after his teacher was arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing him. The lawsuit says the district new Brittany's the more talked with students like the alleged victim in the class craft app. Which was the tool that Brittany used to groom the sixth grader into a romantic relationship with her? The parents attorney Steve Weinberger hopes the lawsuit prevents sexual abuse of all school children and also accuses the Moore's husband of negligence live Peterson more KTAR news. Let's check on that traffic with Larry Lewis in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, Becky Lynn, one zero one southbound the collision, it's southern they've got this moved off to the right shoulder. But it is causing a delay on that one one southbound. But again, they did just get this moved off. Right. So that's some welcome news. I seventeen in the northbound direction we had a crash right around Camelback. There was tying up the right lane. Looks like that is clear. So that's fantastic news, but ten westbound at sixty seven th avenue, you've got a crash off on the right shoulder..

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KTAR 92.3FM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"darren burge" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This is Aaron Jonuz morning news December's job numbers way way better than expected valley. Communists says everything's looking pretty good. I'm feeling pretty good about the economy this week. Plus what valley cities named the best in America for finding a job this year? But I it's the population continues to grow at one of the fastest rates in the country. Phoenix's crime rate is dropping. It's our top story. And here's Jamie west on your neighborhood, killing a little more safe. These days the murder and overall crime rates in Phoenix are down KTAR's Peter same more begins our team coverage. The city had seventeen point eight percent fewer murders and six point four percent less crime last year over seventeen improving economic conditions were a lot of the reasons. More police officers are on the street aims growled at New York university's Brennan center. Found the nation's thirty biggest cities had the lowest crime rates in thirty years. He says Phoenix police share more data more readily. There are a lot of cities where either you have to file an open records request, and you sort of hope they get back to you and also gathered data from the FBI's uniform crime report, he wants it to produce evidence based solutions to stopping crime. Peter say more KTAR news. I'm Jim cross live in the news center. Former Phoenix police officer Darren Burge says a number of things are behind the drop in violent crime overall policing has improved diversion programs community based policing somebody tools. They didn't have just a few short years ago. There's a lot of really neat. High tech tools that we can help predict crimes and we can look at. It's not just the board and some office that shows the things are going. Now, we have computers helping us predict this type of activity in the live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR. News.

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

"darren burge" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is seven thirty. This is Arizona's morning news. We are following a number of stories for you at this hour. President Trump is holding the government hostage over his wall. A new congress with the same issue funding, the border wall barrier, you can go whatever you want the people of our country wanted but first fewer murders in Phoenix. In fact, the overall numbers for violent crime are down that is a top story. Here's jamie. Wet report finds lower violent crime numbers across America, including Phoenix Phoenix at a nearly eighteen percent drop in the murder rate last year and a six point four percent drop in overall crime compared to twenty seventeen games growled at New York university's Brennan center compiled data from America's thirty biggest city, you wouldn't see that they didn't immediately conclude. Oh, my God the countries in the midst of the next crimewave you'd look at other cities and say, oh, wow. It seems it's actually much more localized and specific problem that I was into spitting. He says data from police agencies and the FBI's uniform crime report show the lowest crime rates in nearly three decades. Aids. Jeremy foster KTAR news, and I'm Jim cross live in the news center. Former Phoenix police officer Darren Burge says overall policing has really improved community based policing has become a cornerstone for success. There's diversion program. So that we're not always so focused on incarceration, we're focused on helping and just a transparency there's just that transparency now with social media and phones and so forth. That letter policing produces lower crimes in my opinion. Number is concerned very concerned about the increasing danger to officers facing them in the line of duty live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news.

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