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"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. Executive Actions from President Joe Biden Friday focused on economic relief one he signed expanding food assistance. The other begins the process. Of requiring federal contractors to pay a minimum wage of $15 an hour but moving forward. The president says he is looking for actual legislation. I look forward to working with members of Congress of both parties. Move quickly to get this American rescue plan to the American people. That's the $1.9 trillion package he proposed before taking office. The impeachment trial of the man who preceded him. Donald Trump will take place in February. The House will deliver the article of Impeachment Monday triggers a one PM start to the Senate trial the following day, But both sides will then be given two weeks to prepare. ABC. White House correspondent Mary Bruce says This is a true compromise. But it allows Republicans to get what they want, which is a little bit of extra time for the former president's team to work on their defense. And it gives Democrats in the new administration what they want, which is some time to be able to hit the ground running, get some leg work done on this new agenda and also get some of those critical Cabinet nominees confirmed. One nominee confirmed Friday. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin by a 93 to 2 vote, says ABC is Karen Travers, the retired Army general becomes the first African American To lead the Defense Department. Austin is the second bite a nominee to be confirmed by the Senate. Several Haynes was confirmed Wednesday night by a vote of 84 to 10 to serve as director of national Intelligence. Another history making vote, Haynes will be the first woman to serve as the nation's top intelligence official. Corona virus vaccination process continues and governors like Colorado's Jared Polis hope it starts moving more quickly. I'm hopeful that the new administration gets under the hood. On figures out where the doses are, how they can speed it up on. I encourage them to do that. California's attorney general's going to investigate the Lake County Sheriff's Department to determine if it's been in a pattern of unconstitutional policing. You're listening to ABC News. Okay, ladies Radio time is 302 tomorrow You see health will test the mass vaccination cited Coors Field. They hope to vaccinate 2000. People at an appointment only drive up clinic We want to be able to provide The vaccines as quickly as efficiently and as safely as possible at the clinic. You see health stand, Weaver says. If it goes well, they hope to do a two day mass vaccination at the end of the month. They will administer 10,000 shots. Governor Pulis sent a letter to the new boss at RTD urging the transit agency to complete the Northwest Rail corridor from West Mister to Longmont. Theo governor tells CEO and general manager Debra Johnson that RTD has an obligation to taxpayers who passed fast tracks which included Northwest Rail. The governor says our TV should begin the planning needed to complete construction by 2025. Hola sent the letter after Johnson reportedly questioned whether the extension of the B line was the best option for the region. Preschool through 12th grade public schools in Colorado have seen increases in enrollment every year for the past 30 years until this year. This is the first time The there's been a drop recorded on Dat is clearly because of the pandemic. State Education Department spokesman Jeremy Meyer says Colorado school saw a 3.3% drop in enrollment from the start of the pandemic until now. Highest decrease, perhaps not surprisingly, came in preschool and kindergarden and parents of Douglas County thought hybrid in person learning would start next Monday for their middle and high school students. But on Tuesday, the board voted to delay.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"TV, urging the transit agency to complete the Northwest Rail corridor from West Mister to Longmont. Theo governor tells CEO and general manager Debra Johnson that RTD has an obligation to taxpayers who passed fast tracks, which included Northwest Rail. The governor says RTD should begin the planning needed to complete construction by 2025. Pull a simple letter after Johnson reportedly questioned whether the extension of the B line was the best option for the region. Preschool through 12th grade public schools in Colorado have seen increases and enrollment every year for the past 30 years until this year. This is the first time The there's been a drop recorded on Dat is clearly because of the pandemic. State Education Department spokesman Jeremy Meyer says Colorado school saw a 3.3% drop in enrollment from the start of the pandemic. Until now, the highest decrease, perhaps not surprisingly, came in preschool and kindergarden and parents of Douglas County thought hybrid in person learning would start next Monday for their middle and high school students. But On Tuesday, the board voted to delay that start until February. 8th. Now some angry parents want to recall four of the seven board members. The recall group needs about 80,000 valid signatures to get a recall on the ballot. Our next update at 3 30. I'm Jodi Jordan on Kayla News Radio. A 50 A M and 94 1 FM from.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:42 min | 11 months ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News. I'm Derek Dennis. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is said to deliver the Soul article of Impeachment against former President Trump to the Senate at the trial won't start right away. The article of Impeachment will still be delivered on Monday. And, as you know the Senate trial that has to begin at 1 P.m. the next day, so members will still be sworn in his jurors on Tuesday, but then both sides are now going to be given two weeks to prepare. In the meantime, the Senate could work on other business like confirming bye. His Cabinet nominees and this covert relief bill. The trial in earnest will then begin the week of February 8. ABC is Mary Bruce, the capital Insurrection that Trump is accused of inciting as also in snared Kentucky's Republican attorney general, Daniel Cameron, who presided over the Briana Taylor investigation. Some former Briana Taylor grand jury members have weighed in on the shooting investigation. Joining a call for impeachment of Kentucky's attorney general for his role in that case, plus his engineering of robo calls that led to the crowd that invaded the U. S cap. ABC News legal analyst Royal Oaks growing outrage after members of the National Guard on Duty to protect the nation's capital after the insurrection were banished to the floor of a parking garage is still unclear who gave the direction the National Guard in Capitol police issuing a joint statement saying they're working together to ensure troops have appropriate spaces were on duty. Breaks and that off duty troops are being housed in hotel rooms. Members of Congress, also raising some concerns about covert 19 protocols. Those troops packed tightly together We're learning that more than 150 have tested positive for covert 19 and the military presence not going away. We're also learning that 7000 members of the National Guard could be here in the nation's capital until March. ABC is Rachel Scott. Just one winner being reported from Friday nights, $1 billion Mega Millions jackpot and the lottery's website shows the winning ticket was sold in Michigan. You're listening to ABC News. Keohane is radio time as well, though to tomorrow you see, health will host a mass vaccination side of Coors Field. They hope 1000 people will show up for the appointment only event that requires drive up. We want to be able to to provide The vaccines as quickly as efficiently and as safely as possible at the clinic. You see health stand, Weaver says. If it goes well, they hope to do it to day mass vaccination event at the end of the month that will administer 10,000 shots. Governor Polish sent a letter to the new boss at RTD, urging the transit agency to complete the northwest rail corridor from Westminster, Longmont. Pulis told CEO and general manager Debra Johnson that our TV has an obligation to taxpayers who passed fast tracks, which included the Northwest Rail. The governor says RTD should begin the planning needed to complete the construction by 2025. Pulis sent the letter after Johnson reportedly questioned whether the extension of the B line was the best option for the region. Preschool through 12th grade public schools in Colorado have seen increases of enrollment every year for the past 30 years until this year. This is the first time the there's been a drop recorded on Dat is clearly because of the pandemic. State Education Department spokesman Jeremy Meyers says Colorado school saw a 3.3% drop in enrollment from the start of the pandemic until now. Highest decrease, perhaps not surprisingly, came in preschool and kindergarden and parents of Douglas County thought hybrid in person learning would start Monday for their middle and high school students. But on Tuesday The board voted to delay.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Watch for emergency vehicles east of the town on I 70 as well as west of town. Announce our both will be very slick it in town. You're also seeing in a very slick drive. I'm Darren Copeland on K Away News Radio Live everywhere The I Heart radio app box 31 pinpoint whether snow showers tonight with a low of 22 Mostly sunny tomorrow, warming up to 50. Right now. It's 25 our top story on K O a news radio. The governor has extended the statewide mask mandate for another 30 days, he says. Even though every county is different, we all have the same fight against Corona virus, no matter where you live in our state. Avoid social interactions with others outside your household these next few weeks. Wear a mask whenever you're out. Physically distance at least 868 10 ft from others where you can and wash your hands regularly when he returned from a time that you had to go out. Governor Pulis's covert 19 is surging in Colorado, and there are over 1000 Coloradans hospitalized because of the virus. Word of a possible covert vaccine led to record numbers on Wall Street today, experts say, the news of a possible end of the pandemic has done wonders for consumer confidence. Consumer confidence is very important to the economy, so when people are able to envision the successful into and N ick, they're going to start spending again and that takes effect right now, do you financial Professor Chris Ewan says. The perception that there may be light at the end of the tunnel. And the peaceful transition of Joe Biden into the White House. All led to today's financial rebound on Wall Street are tedious. New GM and CEO is on the job. Debra Johnson, she has experience working in transit that ranges from the San Francisco Bay Area to Washington, D. C. She says the pandemic dictates that we remain nimble. Literally and figuratively. You cannot spell challenge without change. I encourage is all that be flexible and agile as we forge this road ahead. Johnson is taking on the transit agency plagued by massive budget and staffing issues. Many officials are recommending folks and not travel during the holiday season. A United Airlines is taking steps in case people decide to fly. There will be 1400 additional flights offered by United during Thanksgiving week. President Trump firing Defense Secretary Mark Esper Trump tweeted. That escort has been terminated, effective immediately, and he thanked him for his service. Trump announced that Christopher Miller will be the acting defense Secretary. Miller has been director of the National Counter Terrorism Center. Trump is reported to have been unhappy with Esper for some time. A new poll shows that nearly seven in 10 Americans support legalizing marijuana nationwide, according to Gallup 68% of participants said they favor legalizing weed for recreational use. That is gallops highest reading since the firm started polling voters on the issue. The survey comes one week after voters in five states approved ballot initiatives to legalise cannabis for medical or recreational purposes. And the hotline. The Trump campaign set up to take reports of voter fraud, is contending with a flood of prank calls. Collars have been mocking the campaign are laughing at workers fielding the calls. I'm Chad Bauer on Koray News, radio 8 50 am in 90 for one. FM..

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"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Wash your hands whenever you get back from anywhere with so the governor realizes that every county in the state is different When it comes to the virus. Mesa County, Colorado, They're experiencing Avery first wave of Corona virus in areas like Denver. They're experiencing the largest wave, but it's the third ineffective time that is peaked, and it's greater rates now that it was in March in April, he says, no matter where people live, wearing a mask is imperative. Arapaho and Elbert County is the latest that state health officials are moving to a level orange on Colorado's covert dialled dashboard. That's due to a rising number of covert 19 cases and positivity rates. Increased restrictions go into effect Wednesday. Word of a possible covert vaccine sent stocks soaring across the globe. We saw a record numbers on Wall Street today, the you financial professor Chris Human, says the potential end to the pandemic. Has done wonders for consumer confidence. What we're seeing in today's stock market reaction Israel optimism about an economic recovery. It's not going to come tomorrow. But people concede on the horizon and the stock market is really a reflection of expectations. You and says the perception that there may be a light at the end of the tunnel led to today's record showing on Wall Street. RTGs, new general manager and CEO is introduced to the media today. She's Debra Johnson says she grew up riding a public bus to school. And she knows personally how much black women depend on transit systems. As you look at research has been done by the Pew Research Center. 54% of transit ridership across the country. Single mothers of color, Johnson urged everyone involved in our TD to be flexible and agile as they deal with issues related to the pandemic. 30, former Republican members of Congress, calling on President Trump to accept the election results. In an open letter. The group argued that Trump is trying to quote undermine the legitimacy of the election by alleging fraud. They called it unacceptable, adding every vote should be counted. The former lawmakers also insisted the final outcome should be accepted by those involved with the contest. The letter notes that Republicans and Democrats will recognize President elect Joe Biden as the winner. I'm Tom Roberts. I'm Chad Bauer on K.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Outside is beneficial to those people that won't come in who knows eating on the street in September. Is a much different dining experience than November, December and January. The ability for us to have those tables outside and put a tent up of some heaters is goingto be beneficial if it's necessary for us to survive as a small business, Julie and Joanne, I love those little heaters. I mean, we also come. They given ambience plan to be catching up in those months as well. Fox 30 one's Greg Nieto reporting a casualty of covert 19 and the pandemic, maybe education for our kids. While most parents have Rolled their Children in remote or in classroom instruction. We're seeing a strange trend and roll that is down, especially the younger grades, and governor, Pola says. Some kids are being home schooled. Others, though, are quote unquote. What he calls lost kids missing school days that could affect them for the rest of their lives. Many k troll students in the U. S. Could lose 60 to $80,000 of Lifetime earnings is a result of covert relating. Related learning gaps if they're not enrolled in school or miss a year or miss half a year. So the governor's urging parents to enroll their kids for either in school or online programs by this Thursday tomorrow, and that's when account has taken that affect school funding our TVs board of directors Tuesday, finalizing a contract with Debra Johnson to be the agency's next general manager and CEO. Johnson currently serves as deputy CEO of Long Beach Transit in California. Her five year contract includes an annual salary of $315,000. Ours with cost of living adjustments and potential incentives. Johnson says she understands the financial challenges facing RTD and is prepared to stand in solidarity with employees in taking similar pay productions and furlough days. Johnson's going to start her new world on November 9th. She'll be the first female general manager and CEO and are tedious history. Our temperature is going to be up and down over the next several days, but it's going to remain dry. Dry conditions are going to stick in here for not only the end of September, but to start the first week of October. Out there. We could certainly use some rain or snow. It's just not in the forecast as the weather pattern will remain dry right through the middle part of next week, Fox 31 chief meteorologist, Dave Fraser says today's high is going.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News radio time 8 47 Right now, In Colorado's morning news. RTD gonna be putting a woman in charge of its operations for the first time in history, the board selecting Debra Johnson to be the agency's next general manager and CEO. They did so last night. She's going to be coming to Denver from California's Long Beach Transit, where she's been deputy CEO for the past six years. The board still needs to negotiate a contract in salary for Johnson Morrison chief George Mama Junior says he was forced to resign He shared with our partners at Fox 31 that he accepted retirement earlier this month after a meeting with the town manager. He claims Carol Winters told him that the police department's budget was based on revenue from tickets and that they weren't doing enough in that area. Winter, said Mama retired because of issues related to face face mask policy, vehicle noise and failure to control speeding employees sent a letter to the town's board of trustees demanding that he be reinstated as chief first lady Melania Trump says she's confident her husband's going to win re election in November. I believe that we need my husband's leadership now more than ever in order to bring us back Once again to the greatest economy and the strongest country ever known. The first lady, noting the ongoing Corona virus outbreak and expressed sympathy to all who have lost loved ones. She called the virus an invisible enemy that has changed. Americans lives drastically. Jerry Falwell Jr is not leaving Liberty University empty handed. He'll receive a severance package of more than $10 million. It includes roughly eight million and retirement that was agreed to in the contract is signed last year. Liberty officially accepted his resignation Tuesday after leaving the university for 13 years. This comes as he faces allegations of a sex scandal involving his wife and a business partner. Coming up here in Colorado's morning news is going to be a demand for commercial space in real estate with working conditions of working from home with the pandemic. Go ask an expert those questions next year drive right now, John.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Richard Roper in the studio right now, and we're about to listen to your interview that you did a little earlier this week with Joseph Gordon Levitt, the great actor. I would like to say the great young actor, but it is a veteran, but he's still got that youthful appearance. Yes, he does. And we'll talk about sitcoms. Third Rock from the Sun, Right Justa Kid Dominique Fishback, also in this project Power movie. We talked about it a couple days ago, but let's refresh. Everybody's memory here. This is kind of a superhero film. Yeah, and I'm giving you the early prediction and this this is going to be the number one viewed movie on Netflix. Netflix is now a lot of things. We're getting to see what's popular and Netflix and this is going to do a huge business. It's Jamie Foxx, Joseph Gordon Levitt. And Dominique Fishback, who were going to be talking Tio, Joseph and Dominique. The setup here. Rose is ingenious. So it's set in New Orleans and modern day times. Basically, you know, it's kind of modern day set in the The parallel universe if you will, and someone has developed a magic pill, and it has become the drug of choice on the streets, And if you take this pill, it gives you super powers. The minute you take this very expensive for the pill was like 300 box to get the pill if you can even find on the street Now. There are a few caveats about this, though, when you take the pill for one thing, your superpowers are not known to you and will not be revealed until you take the pill. So you won't know until that moment if you're gonna have superspeed or you could be invisible so you could fly Or you could be able Tio have bullets bounce right off you If you don't know what it's going to be on. The other thing is they only last for five minutes a super powers and then they go away. So you got to make sure that you're not You know, for example, there's a scene in the movie where somebody robs a bank. And then you know during the chase sequence, just record love its character. Who's a cop? I could see you. I can see. You know, the other thing is there are side effects. You know they're doing those commercials, possible side effects and the possible side effects include You could be frozen solid and then crack apart into a 1,000,000 little pieces. You could burst into flames or you could just completely die on the spot of a heart attack. You don't know. So this is why the criminals are more interested in taking the super pill than the crime fighters. So that's the ingenious premise of this. Just Gordon Levitt plays a veteran New Orleans cop who's trying to figure out what's going on and where this is coming from. Dominique Fishback plays a AH young teenagers. She has no father. She's got a mother who's very sick. So even though she's very bright and knows better, she's dealing the drug because she needs money to take care of her diabetic mom, But she's also working. In tandem a little bit with Joseph Gordon Levitt cop and then Jamie Foxx plays a former military guy, and, you know former military guys in the movie. Did you see Jason State thumb or the rock there? You don't wanna mess with them. They're very particular set of skills, and he his daughter has been kidnapped because it seems like she might be kind of patient zero. But she has some sort of system that is, you know that they're kind of almost trying to like. Maybe data mined her entire being because it seems like she is the human version of The power pill as they call it was fascinating is kind of a side by thing. Action movie. I did like it. It's it's It's really well made it very cool Looking movie shot entirely in New Orleans has almost a comic book superhero look to it, But then it got this gritty thriller thing. Which is pretty cool and a lot of nice touches in this just going to love its character. Where's the jersey of Steve Gleason? Number 37 off the New Orleans Saints, who was the great safety who has a less Lou Gehrig's disease. So it was kind of cool tribute there. He and the irony, Then we talk a little bit about this, too. Of course, I know Steve Gleason still with us, but he's completely paralyzed. And just scored 11 playing an act kind of an action hero, and they did that on purpose. To save their heroes come in different forms. He visited the set of the movie. And thought it was really cool if they were that this character was wearing the jersey so and another really interesting Chicago thing is Joseph Gordon Levitt is going to play the prosecutor in the new movie coming out about the trial of the Chicago seven. Aaron Sorkin. The Greater Sorkin has written and directed this that's going to be coming out right after the first of the year. He's going to be playing the prosecutor and Dominique Fishback, who's the teen girl in this movie I mentioned is going to be playing Debra Johnson, whose was the fiance? Of Fred Hampton on there's a movie coming out called Judas and Black Messiah, which is also coming out in a few months. It's the Fred Hampton story. Daniel Kalua from Get Out, is playing Fred Hampton. She was in real life. Debra Johnson was eight months pregnant and lying in bed with Fred Hampton when the raid took place, so This is a young actress who's getting some great parts that she's a huge talent. Wow! Project Power is out now and let flicks let's Let's listen to a clip. Would.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Look at some person standing outside in refrigerators two three feet from from my interest to that allows frightened frightened because Watson was expected to be armed dangerous and desperate authorities at the West Tennessee state penitentiary say that Watson escaped and sexually assaulted corrections administrator Debra Johnson and strangled her in her home that was on the prison grounds Taylor recognized Watson from his wanted photos that were released and called police Watson was later captured authorities say walking out of a soybean field near Henning with his hands up for what it's worth Michelle Franzen ABC news witnesses say glowing debris rained down like bullets after a seven eighty seven Dreamliner suffered engine trouble over Europe more from Cuomo's Corwin hake the Norwegian air seven eight seven dash eight was forced to turn around just two minutes into a scheduled flight from Rome to Los Angeles it landed safely back in Rome according to a forgery parts flew off the plane's left engine in flight showering a town near Rome with glowing pieces of metal the debris rained down like bullets according to one witness another witness told an Italian newspaper it was a storm of steel and iron the report says debris struck twenty five vehicles twelve houses and one person that person reportedly suffered minor burns the planes serial number identifies it as a five and a half year old Dreamliner assembled in Everett Corwin hake komo news voices were aware of the situation supporting our customer at this time we stand ready to provide technical assistance to the authorities were investigating the cause of the incident triple a traffic.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on KOMO

"Is also on high alert with concerns of copycat attacks domestic violence extremist inspired by the recent mass shootings in el Paso in Dayton committing their own acts of terror police say a sixteen year old boy and his mother both suffered minor injuries in that mall scare the mother was reportedly stepped on several times on her back as she was trying to help her son authorities say the suspect is described as a white male in his teens or early twenties that's ABC's linsey Davis reporting komo news time ten twenty seven for what it's worth I'm Michelle Franzen usually we hear about criminal spotted on residential doorbell cameras stealing delivered packages left outside in Tennessee it was a prison escapee wanted for murder following days of a manhunt prisoner Curtis Watson turned up outside Harvey Taylor's house rummaging through his outdoor refrigerator Taylor watching him on his home doorbell camera you look at some person standing outside in refrigerators two three feet from my from my interest to that yeah I was I was frightened frightened because Watson was expected to be armed dangerous and desperate authorities at the West Tennessee state penitentiary say that Watson escaped and sexually assaulted corrections administrator Debra Johnson and strangled her in her home that was on the prison grounds Taylor recognized Watson from his wanted photos that were released and called police Watson was later captured authorities say walking out of a soybean field near Henning with his hands up for what it's worth Michelle Franzen ABC news homeowners time ten twenty eight a look at world headlines with ABC news straight ahead we have to talk.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"TV W. I. T. C. welcome back it is five twelve now developing this morning multiple investigations are underway after billionaire and Q. sex trafficker Jeffrey obscene died in prison John Laurence reports on why the legal battle against him will continue the F. B. I. has started an investigation into Jeffrey up steam staff he was probably the highest priority and highest profile person in the custody of the bureau of prisons at the time second of all he reportedly had a recent suicide attempts Attorney General William Barr released a statement Saturday that said he was appalled that the multi millionaire died while in federal custody bar also said the inspector general is opening an additional investigation because Epstein staff raises serious questions that must be answered it is very difficult to understand how he was not on a suicide watch on how this happened with with al does some involvement with of those who were responsible enough to hold him safely Eckstine was reportedly found with marks on his neck July twenty third and was placed on a suicide watch psychologist took him off suicide watch at the end of July according to a source familiar with the matter on Friday unsealed court documents revealed new allegations of sexual abuse claims against abstain and several associates he was dead the next day and although I've seen is dead the alleged crimes linked to him are still alive anyone who helped Jeffrey obscene run this sex trafficking ring promoted profit from it should still be very worried something different is made clear we're not done we're still coming after the co conspirators I'm John Lawrence reporting a five day manhunt for escaped prisoner is over police captured Curtis ray wants and yesterday in West Tennessee about ten miles away from the prison the forty four year old inmate was last seen on Wednesday at the home of corrections officer Debra Johnson that was three hours before she was found dead the Tennessee bureau of investigation says wants and sexually assaulted Johnson and then kill her authorities found Watson after home surveillance video showed him rating a family's outdoor refrigerator Massoud.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On Tom Foley the autopsy on Jeffrey abstains body is dawn what do your city's chief medical examiner's holding off issuing our findings pending some additional information still a published report says she is convinced defendants here and accuse sex trafficker hanged himself we get more from correspondent mauling a New York Times reported Sunday Epstein had been taken off suicide watch it was supposed to have been checked by guards every thirty minutes but that procedure was not being followed the night before he was found sources at the jail tell CBS news they often rely on certain inmates to assist guards and monitoring other inmates due to a lack of manpower which is something that comes up in other media reports and I can associate press reports under staffing at the jail with some reluctant guards forced to work overtime they really don't want to work for a big Tennessee man hunt is over convicted kidnapper an accused rapist and murderer pretty swat team busted in the back of a cop car and no longer a fugitive after five days on the run police say he disappeared after starting work detail mowing the prison long he vanished on a tractor and was reported missing for an hour in that time an affidavit filed the next day says he sexually assaulted and strangled to death prison administrator Debra Johnson Johnson was a thirty eight year veteran of the Tennessee department of corrections she leaves behind two sons and a daughter CBS news correspondent Jonathan vaguely RD in Las Vegas twenty three year old Connor climb all was charged with weapons crimes but investigators and prosecutors say he was plotting to attack Vegas synagogue or a gay bar clinal is now off the streets and in federal custody charged with possession of illegal firearms and destructive devices fed say the twenty three year old that bomb making materials in his home and was communicating with a white supremacist extremist organization or respond and Carter Evans democratic presidential politics now after a rash of deadly recent mass shootings it has been taking place in our what side of the nation's first popularity contest also there are political correspondent at oaky fish out of a a a national licensing program in this country I'm prepared by executive actions to ban the importation of assault weapons into our country we need far more bolder action to make our nation safe democratic presidential candidates spend yet another day on the campaign trail focused on gun control policy about a week since mass shootings in Texas and Ohio what we really need to do is also passed a ban on assault weapons particularly the military style weapons Asian financial markets are higher Dow futures up thirty three this is CBS news your latest Boston area traffic.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is a fox news alert nine Jean Metzler a developing story out of eerie Pennsylvania police there say five children are dead after a fire broke out at a daycare center it started around one fifteen this morning the victims ranging in age from eight months to seven years we will have more information if we get it back in custody an escaped convict and now an accused killer on the lam since Wednesday morning hunger got the best of forty four year old Curtis ray Watson it also got him caught we have a home doorbell one a ring doorbell go off this morning about three thirty AM residence home here in handing Tennessee Tennessee corrections commissioner Tony Parker watched was at that residence appeared to have got into a refrigerator the back of the house took some items out along with escape charges Watson also accused in the strangulation death and sexual assault of sixty four year old Deborah Johnson the administrator of the western Tennessee correctional facility she lived on the prison grounds wanton arrested in twenty twelve for repeatedly raping his wife and beating her with a baseball bat he was serving a fifteen year sentence for aggravated kidnapping Debra Johnson work for the state corrections department for nearly four decades she started as a guard guard should have checked on sex trafficking suspect Jeffrey yep steam every thirty minutes federal prison officials telling The New York Times that didn't happen abstain accused of sexually assaulting dozens of young girls found dead in his cell yesterday morning an apparent suicide by hanging the sixty six year old was in a special protection unit he had been on suicide.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"A developing story out of eerie Pennsylvania police there say five children are dead after a fire broke out at a daycare center it started around one fifteen this morning the victims ranging in age from eight months to seven years we will have more information if we get it back in custody an escaped convict and now an accused killer on the lam since Wednesday morning hunger got the best of forty four year old Curtis ray Watson it also got him caught we have a home doorbell one a ring doorbell go off this morning about three thirty AM residence home here in handing Tennessee Tennessee corrections commissioner Tony Parker watched was at that residence appeared three of got into a refrigerator the back of the house took some items out along with this gave charges Watson known also accused in the strangulation death and sexual assault of sixty four year old Deborah Johnson the administrator of the western Tennessee correctional facility she lived on the prison grounds wanton arrested in twenty twelve for repeatedly raping his wife and beating her with a baseball bat he was serving a fifteen year sentence for aggravated kidnapping Debra Johnson work for the state corrections department for nearly four decades she started as a guard guard should have checked on sex trafficking suspect Jeffrey yep steam every thirty minutes federal prison officials telling The New York Times that didn't happen abstain accused of sexually assaulting dozens of young girls found dead in his cell yesterday morning an apparent suicide by hanging the sixty six year old was in a special protection unit he had been on suicide.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on KTOK

"One thousand seventy okay AM and K. X. X. Y. FM ninety six point one eight this is a fox news alert on Jean Metzler a developing story out of eerie Pennsylvania police there say five children are dead after a fire broke out at a daycare center it started around one fifteen this morning the victims ranging in age from eight months to seven years we will have more information if we get it back in custody an escaped convict and now an accused killer on the lam since Wednesday morning hunger got the best of forty four year old Curtis ray Watson it also got him caught we have a home doorbell one a ring doorbell go off this morning about three thirty AM residence home here in training Tennessee Tennessee corrections commissioner Tony Parker watched was at that residence appeared three of got into a refrigerator to back to the house took some items out along with this gave charges Watson also accused in the strangulation death and sexual assault of sixty four year old Deborah Johnson the administrator of the western Tennessee correctional facility she lived on the prison grounds wanton arrested in twenty twelve for repeatedly raping his wife and beating her with a baseball bat he was serving a fifteen year sentence for aggravated kidnapping Debra Johnson work for the state corrections department for nearly four decades she started as a guard guard should have checked on sex trafficking suspect Jeffrey yep steam every thirty minutes federal prison officials telling The New York Times that didn't happen abstain accused of sexually assaulting dozens of young girls found dead in his cell yesterday morning an apparent suicide by hanging the sixty six year old was in a special protection unit he had been on suicide.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Out of eerie Pennsylvania police there say five children are dead after a fire broke out at a daycare center it started around one fifteen this morning the victims ranging in age from eight months to seven years we will have more information if we get it back in custody an escaped convict and now an accused killer on the lam since Wednesday morning hunger got the best of forty four year old Curtis ray Watson it also got him caught we have a home doorbell one a ring doorbell go off this morning about three thirty AM residence home here in training Tennessee Tennessee corrections commissioner Tony Parker watch was at that residence appear to have got into a refrigerator to back to the house took some items out along with escape charges Watson also accused in the strangulation death and sexual assault of sixty four year old Deborah Johnson the administrator of the western Tennessee correctional facility she lived on the prison grounds wants interested in twenty twelve for repeatedly raping his wife and beating her with a baseball bat he was serving a fifteen year sentence for aggravated kidnapping Debra Johnson work for the state corrections department for nearly four decades she started as a guard guard should have checked on sex trafficking suspect Jeffrey abstain every thirty minutes federal prison officials telling The New York Times that didn't happen apps teen accused of sexually assaulting dozens of young girls found dead in his cell yesterday morning an apparent suicide by hanging the sixty six year old was in a special protection unit he had been on suicide watch.

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"debra johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"debra johnson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"One fifteen this morning the victims ranging in age from eight months to seven years we will have more information if we get it back in custody an escaped convict and now an accused killer on the lam since Wednesday morning hunger got the best of forty four year old Curtis ray Watson it also got him caught we have a home doorbell one a ring doorbells go off this morning about three thirty AM residence home here in training Tennessee Tennessee corrections commissioner Tony Parker watched was at that residence appeared three of got into a refrigerator the back of the house took some items out along with this gave charges Watson also accused in the strangulation death and sexual assault of sixty four year old Deborah Johnson the administrator of the western Tennessee correctional facility she lived on the prison grounds wanton arrested in twenty twelve for repeatedly raping his wife and beating her with a baseball bat he was serving a fifteen year sentence for aggravated kidnapping Debra Johnson work for the state corrections department for nearly four decades she started as a guard guard should have checked on sex trafficking suspect Jeffrey yep steam every thirty minutes federal prison officials telling The New York Times that didn't happen abstain accused of sexually assaulting dozens of young girls found dead in his cell yesterday morning an apparent suicide by hanging the sixty six year old was in a special protection unit he had been on suicide watch.

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