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"detroit police" Discussed on Counter Apologetics

Counter Apologetics

05:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"detroit police" Discussed on Counter Apologetics

"Sometimes I think on both sides the answer is not always overly clear as far as getting an explanation. And so I think for me, individual cases on both ends, whether it's her evil from America, was the ones that I think are more persuasive. See, to me, that kind of highlights what I think is the pitfall in this case study approach to the miracle question when you make that comparison to the problem of evil, because I think we'd all recognize that it's a bit silly to if someone were presenting the problem from evil to go to the Detroit police department website and just pull up a list of all the reasons recent crimes that have happened in Detroit and be like, oh yeah, the how do you explain this one? And this one, and this one, and to move down the list. But that happens in the miracle debate. People are like, all right, Craig keener's book opened a page

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"detroit police" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 4 months ago

"detroit police" Discussed on KOMO

"Help small businesses victimized by crime. It is 8 o'clock. From ABC News on chuck sievertson, going to the top. Former president Trump is hoping the U.S. Supreme Court will intervene on a technicality. His lawyer said a federal appeals court lacked the authority to overturn part of the order that appointed a special master to review everything sees from Trump's Florida residents, the 11th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals excluded documents marked as classified from the special master's review and restored the Justice Department's access to those documents. Trump said the special master should review everything, but his petition notably did not ask the Supreme Court to halt the ongoing criminal investigation. ABC's Aaron kucharski, Justice Department has a week to respond. A hero in Naples, Florida, his 84 year old mom phone Johnny lauder that hurricane Ian floodwaters were rising. He swam four blocks to her home and got a kayak. Life. It's like a computer. You have two buttons. You have power and reset and thank God it was just my reset button that was hit and we can push forward. With more victories for Ukraine against Russia's as ABC News contributor and retired marine colonel Stephen ganyard. There's always been a hope that there would be some sort of a diplomatic off ramp. No more. Putin has essentially shut the door in any kind of a diplomatic resolution. And then again, today we say it saw president zelensky saying he would not negotiate with Putin, didn't say it wouldn't negotiate with Russia, but not with Putin. So with his military losing, badly on the battlefield, mister Putin is personally running out of options and it's in danger of losing control of his regime. Detroit police releasing body cam footage to explain why cops shot to death a man with a knife Sunday Night. His family says that phone police about trouble but excessive force was used, Detroit police chief James White. As they were trying to negotiate with mister Burke's without warning, mister birch charged at one of our officers with the knife in his hand. The officers fearing for his safety, and the other officer string for their partner safety, fired their weapons. You're listening to ABC News. Do you know what people see when they Google you, search engines, don't always get it right. And when they're wrong, it's your reputation on the line. So what do you do when you

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"detroit police" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:12 min | 11 months ago

"detroit police" Discussed on Native America Calling

"And then that happens. I think all of us can agree that it definitely it bonded us, you know, trauma Bond you, but it made us stronger. I Detroit community is very strong and very resilient and I'm really, really proud of the work that they've done and how everyone has handled themselves. Thus far, you know, we had we still have work to do. We went back out Saturday and picked picked up where we left off and debriefed and gave everybody a chance to talk and reset everybody and Sunday we went back out and put taps out and I think we talked about 70 trees on Sunday. And then the group, the group that's doing that's down there that's local, they're all communicating with each other and collecting buckets and then we'll move on to boiling and making syrup and sugar. Yeah. Yeah, that sounds really awesome. I mean, all of this is happening within the city. Of Detroit and we're going to go to a break in just a bit here and I want to ask you more about the Detroit sugar bush project, but there was an apology on Facebook from the Detroit police department. I mean, what did you think about that? And do you feel like meeting with city leaders and community leaders? Do you think that's going to smooth things over? Or what do you hope kind of comes out of out of all of this? Yeah. Well, I'm glad that we'll be opposed to what's put out there. It definitely shows that you know that they were in the law. Yeah. You know, I think this opens up for a bigger time decision about communication within all of these city departments. Yeah. Okay, so sorry, rosebud, we're going to go to a prick just now. We'll be back right after. Wisconsin is the latest state to push strict new voting laws. But native voting advocates all over the country are sounding the alarm over the drive to pass laws that disproportionately hinder native voters and other people of color. We'll get a look at what is being done to counter the trend and encourage a native voter participation on.

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"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

"I believe you up at the anonymous I believe about that Can you talk about a couple of instances where tipsters have helped solve crimes Well I have to talk very general Jack because we're always afraid that even if we give a hint of a particular crime that somebody may have called in on that the perpetrator of that particular crime who may have shared that information with someone else may be able to identify who the tipster is I can tell you this That there are a number of very violent fugitives taken off the street every single week because of the chips we get in that end up going to the United States Marshall service The Detroit police department receives through us a number of tips Not only just for homicides but animal cruelty sexual assault missing persons assault and batteries robberies et cetera all these kinds of all these kinds of calls And I'm so happy Jack because one of the things about this program that I think makes you feel good about it is that with all that money that we give out over the course of the year right now as we track it only 30% of the people who are issued rewards actually go and take it which tells me 70% of the people want to do it because it's the right thing to do and it keeps their neighborhoods safe for them their families their grandparents children et cetera We're talking to Dan Dave and crime stoppers mission is to empower people to anonymously report crime to prevent.

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"detroit police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"detroit police" Discussed on WTOP

"7 36 developing news this morning police have arrested the parents of a 15 year old boy who's charged with shooting and killing four students at a Michigan high school Ethan crumblies parents James and Jennifer crumbly were taken into custody in Detroit after a statewide manhunt They were in a commercial building in a room We were able to take them in a custody without answer that But however they were very distressed They were walking out Detroit police chief James White says the parents are charged with involuntary manslaughter their son is accused of killing the victims with a gun that his father purchased four days before the shooting As we continue to struggle with supply chain shortages during the pandemic there's a concern that the U.S. government is not prepared to deal with cyberattacks that could make the shortages even worse Remember the chaos after the Colonial Pipeline hack it was a little more than 6 months ago It triggered panic and long gas lines but it also revealed something about the U.S. government We're not sure And in many cases for the supply chains whose accountable for what Chris inglis the first national cyber director speaking during the national initiative for cyber education symposium He said there's no more time for assumptions or finger pointing It's all of our problems and we have to figure out how we use all the talent All of the expertise in the room to address this Figuring that out is of immense importance because more incidents like the Colonial Pipeline hack are expected JJ green WTO P news Up ahead after traffic and weather Maryland lawmakers have a very full agenda next week on Kate Ryan 7 37 If you've.

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"detroit police" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"detroit police" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"He was unconscious and i went to throw him out of the door. Anyone face first into the cement clue when he wasn't walking. You're just dragging him like a puppy on a leash or something. Nothing registered drylands going. And everything you know so you know divest when the fbi came to investigate me. I told him it's not my fault. It was all their fault. That's is the same story. Joe all right so. This man tripped and fell obviously several times. He couldn't hold his liquor so but none of that's obviously that didn't keep you out so you take a couple of months you get hard on. How many are in your academy class when you join. What's what's what's your food. I would say there was about thirty of us We were two sisters classes. We were ninety. Three is i got hired in february of nineteen ninety three ninety three b and c in the class was a wing county sheriff's office class and they would go through our detroit police academy at the time so i think there's around thirty of us are so how long it take you to get through the academy who i think that academy is like about four months. That's pretty extensive back. Then i mean that's you don't normally find city academies like that. He and i ended up graduating tok academic in my class. Which i didn't think was no no great shakes. You know for a detroit. Police academy and i got this little plaque. Trophy had the lamp of knowledge. Honored like a little genie lamp stuff. So cool. I don't don't say sell short there mr because you're five nine now. I mean you grew up and it was one of the big muscle guide. Beat out this other guy. Class with the talk epidemic. And he's still on the job now and i can never let him live that down. They also hand out athletic award. Did you place for that if they had one. No they didn't really have when i it's you know the. Pt consists of like a lot of pushups in all different diamond. Push ups knuckle pushups this and that you know we did some running and stuff and academy formation runs but it's designed for the lowest common denominator. So i would think the pt was any great shakes and that but the d. cat da. Academy i did get the top. pt award. And i missed attack academic by half a percent so that was a you know show that i really wasn't that dumb so and that's a big deal more because if you get number one your class you get to pick what pushed found out by michelle leonhart. Yes we did all right so a so but when you got on the pd..

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"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

"7 60 wjr. It's the best of the guy Gordon Show on WJR. I got to imagine it is precedent setting a 52 year old. Former convict is suing the FBI over child abuse. I can't think of the last time that a 52 year old person sued somebody over child abuse and case maybe the priest cases or the boy Scout cases. But this is a totally different kind of case and no one has been covering this more in depth. And our colleague Kevin Dietz, who occupies the nine to noon slot here on news talk. 7 60. Hey, Kevin. Hey, guys, How are you? Good. This is really extraordinary. After a year after getting out of prison, Rick, where she is Suing the FBI, the Detroit police and others claiming that as of 14 and 16 year old that they engaged in a form of child abuse. Tell me the background on that. Well, uh, somebody engaged in child abuse when it comes to request a junior, because this kid was out on the streets as a 14 year old kid and the police. Basically, we're paying him to be an informant to tell. Them who the drug dealers were in the neighborhood, and they were paying them cash. I think he made $50,000 to give information about the curry gang, which was selling drugs in the neighborhood at the time. Rick would give them the information and then, uh, He would. The police would make the raid The police would get, uh, pass on the back promotions, all kinds of things based on Rick, where she's information. And then Rick, where she got a bullet for all his good works when one of the gang members was suspicious that he was the Informant giving information to the FBI and Detroit police and he nearly died. Uh, as a result, he says, Anyway of the information he was giving the police what's interesting about this, though guy is that Require she junior father was a police informant. He was a gun dealer over and turkey side and he was paid informant for the FBI. And so the the younger where she had a lot of information that his dad didn't have. And so the question is. Did require she junior become an informant as well, Just a young informant, or were they taking his information and putting it under his dad's file number and file name? Which would be wrong that would be illegal. You can be an informant, the FBI said. Informants 12 years old, You just have to have permission of your parents, and there's some paperwork that has to be followed. So that everything is on the up and up. And the question is, was this on the up and up? Was he actually an informant? Or were they just using his information and then putting it in the informant file of his father? Was his dad pimping him out to cover his own behind. Which could be child abuse to Yeah, I just, uh is there any precedent for a case like this? That you know of? I mean, we've seen informants that end up getting convicted. Try to come back and And claim they were unjustly you know that they were, in some cases their Fifth Amendment rights were infringed upon because they gave up information that they thought were was part of the arrangement that ended up convicting them. But can you think of anything like this? It's ever happened before. And what do you think His prospects are for prevailing? Yeah, I have not seen anything quite like this. I think it's a real uphill battle. To be honest with you. It's hard to sue the FBI. It's hard to see the Detroit police Department. Um, you know if his name was put in his father's file instead of his own. File wasn't done Accidentally. What can you prove that I've seen? I've seen the records. I've I've investigated this thing thoroughly for about seven years. And I know that information that Rick, where she gave To the feds that resulted in bus ended up in his father's file. But can you prove that was intentional? Or was that accidental? Do they mix up Richard where she's seen her with Richard? Where she junior? We'll find out. You know, that's the one thing about depositions, lawsuits and depositions. People have to go under oath and swear to tell the truth. And when you're former FBI agent, a former police officer, the likelihood of you telling the truth is probably pretty good, but it is very difficult to win these kinds of cases..

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"detroit police" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"detroit police" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Check this story out big story here in the detroit area saw it on the news last night a newly graduated detroit police officer just recently went through the academy and actually just graduated on. Saturday gets arrested by his new fellow. Cops on saturday night partying in a bar fight in downtown detroit in greek town but greektown is turned into free craziness right now. So he's a probationary detroit. Police officer he actually received his badge on friday and then was arrested in the fight on saturday after graduating on saturday and went out to the bars guerin his badge and gun which i think is a no no. Yeah not a good idea. This is a story i pulled from. Wd iv local four in detroit. New detroit police officer on the wrong side of the law. Just hours after graduating the academy topic our news at six that officer was one of several new recruits who took the oath to protect and serve and the graduation ceremony took place friday morning in downtown detroit. But want you to take a look at video from hours later. It shows the officer in a brawl in greek town. Defender lane joins us live with more on the officer. And what happened here. Sean will walk you through it. We have video the officer getting his badge from the chief on friday morning. Taking pictures with the cheat hours later. He was arrested by members of his own department. Those arresting officers reporting that the officer was disruptive and making racial comments after they took him into custody. The local for defenders. Have the video of a detroit. Police officer getting into a fight in greek town at one thirty saturday morning. Now look at this that same officer only hours before graduated from the police academy saluting chief white getting his badge and posing for a photo with the chiefs and then getting this message department expects your bass this community expects your best and this community deserves your best. Let's take you through the video. The officer is on the left in the white t shirt. He's in his uniform pants. And you can see his new batch. Detroit officers jump in and the new officer continues to throw punches. Retired assistant detroit police. Chief steve dolan has never heard of a new officer being arrested by his own department. Hours after graduation never happened. The officer was arrested for disorderly conduct. He suspended with pay arresting. Officer's report that once the new officer was in jail. He was quote very disruptive using profanity and racial comments. By the way. This guy is guys like going at it as fight it's craziness and the interesting thing is wearing this white shirt with these These detroit police pants. He's still has his pants on from from wearing his uniform. Job my opinion we asked the chief. Fifty officer will be fired immediately. This will not be a heavy left. We were to pull the video conduct this investigation and concluded seven days. Wow cheap added in a statement. I'm extremely disappointed in the behavior and actions of this probationary officer. There's more we're learning that arresting officers took out a ziplock bag of pills in the officers pants. They called them suspected narcotics and a report. We did check them out. They do not seem to be controlled substances at this point. I'm also told however internal investigators very interested in what his officers blood alcohol level was and time in greektown showing local. All right very upsetting. thank you imagine. Imagine that you go out. Hey didn't i see you earlier today in our graduation and the guys out there causing some cousins issues. He's celebrating obviously being a new Get a new hire. Has this ever happened. Anybody's anybody ever been hired and fired in the same day which is pretty much. What happened here melanie. You had to hire and fire someone in the same day yeah. She came to work drunk home healthcare. So that's that's walking to fly. Family ended caller Someone to call them pick her up she can she can say wow so she must have been good enough when you hired her you know background and had been doing field for years and she also was a clear Clergy minister. I'm sorry maybe it was church wine. She got drunk off. What's up elizabeth. Hi what's going on. We're talking about people who had got hired and fired in the same day. I got hired to work at grumpy sometimes. Went in for my shift for lunch. And i worked at like two and a half hours and was fired because i was too nice to the i am. I was not grumpy way. What is grumpy. Yuck never heard of grumpy is either downtown toledo ethics type of place. Are you supposed to be mean there. I don't think so. I i don't know if they're eating some openness probably ten years ago at least they actually told you you were just too nice. Yes 'cause i filed. I chatted. I ask that they wanted more one or more. But were you. Were you tending all your tables or were you just sitting there talking to too many too slow everybody but i also i mean only had four tables because i was new but so i would go. Martini. 'cause i think more this than i was. I gonna serve before anticipate meet unless they ask for it to you. Don't get too many people get fired for being too friendly. I hate those places by the way. That are where you're supposed to be mean like dick's last resort themed restaurants that throw napkins at. Why don't wanna go somewhere. Diety i know why. Do you want to go to somebody that That you know yelling at you. They were all backing today whereas a novelty to see someone freak out in a restaurant now we see it on a regular basis. They just have a restaurant called. Karen's going on how you doing good was having. I worked at the grumpy. That i just heard all about. Yeah administrator. there in that restaurant seem wasn't to be mean right is that was just the name of the restaurant. No that was just the name of the restaurant. No it wasn't like you had to be like you know jerk or anything you're not supposed to be. You're not supposed to fill people's glasses unless they ask for. No not at all so there is something more to that story. My wedding yeah. The owner came to my wedding and then fired me the day after through time. We'll maybe the owner is grumpy. She's the to own a restaurant place. Still open yeah. They have like another location then allegedly. He's not meant to restaurant he didn't wanna get involved wedding and fired you by text. The next day yes like gave me so one of my bridesmaids told her that i was quitting. Which i wasn't so that's a whole other topic but then she texted me the day before my wedding that she might fire me and then she came to my wedding gave me a generous gift and then texted me the next day that i'm fired interesting. That's kind of crazy it again. These are all alleged. I don't on these stories. 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"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

"Smith Show News Talk 7 60 w J R 7 20 on this August 24th 2021 when I get the and Introducing for the first time. Our 43rd, Detroit police chief. Moving from interim to the full time job. Detroit police chief James White. Congratulations, Chief White You earned this Well, thank you very much. And good morning to you. Good morning to you. I hope we can have a good, ongoing relationship of many conversations that will I think benefit. The folks that you serve as our police chief, and we appreciate the work that went into getting this job. You must feel very good to have this over with. Well, it's not completely over with yet, but that's right. 30 days. That's right. Sorry. Sorry. I forgot. I said it earlier. Now is the important time to say it. You do have to be approved by the City Council. Absolutely, and the City Council's part is a very important part. I get to go before them and speak with how I hope to to bring. Um you know, strong leadership to the police department and leave the men and women that dude is very important work, and then they get you to weigh in on this election, and then it's over with. Well, I've got my fingers crossed, but I do believe I'll stand by with what I said in the beginning. You've earned this and through your 24 years as a veteran police officer, you left just for a moment if you will. Um to head up the Michigan Department of Civil Rights and frankly, You bring to the table Chief James White. Quite a background, including being a licensed mental health counselor. How do you think that will help you? Um, take charge and lead these officers. Yeah, You know, I certainly think it will. And I think it has, um There's no more of an important time than we are in American history and policing them right now. The men and women of Detroit and other agencies. They do an amazing job. But certainly there have been incidents and in circumstances where You know, the relationship with the communities around this country have been eroded and rightfully so. Based on some actions, um, you know, in law enforcement We're here in Detroit have a fantastic relationship with our community. It's very important that we maintain that relationship and that we that we do what we can to strengthen that relationship. And so you know, understanding the mental health of the officers. Understanding the mental health of our community. When you look at the level of violence that we see we see people making really poor choices to resolve relatively simple disputes. Using firearms and other violence. You no one has to ask themselves. Is this something that is driven by impulse decision making? Is there some some issues with mental health and and in certain parts of our community? You know what drives crime? And so I'm I'm excited to bring my education to police leadership. To at least help me informed some of the decision making as relates to programming support for the officers and really support for our community. It seems James White, the New Detroit police chief, once he gets the final approval from City Council within 30 days. I think we may be discussed in the past that Chief James Craig left big shoes to fill, but they're pointed in the right direction is one way of putting it and you have said that you're going to run the police department a little differently than chief Craig. You're going to move the department forward in ways such as seeking grant funding for counseling services for Detroit police officers. And as your first day on your first day as interim chief, you set a goal with your command team to reduce violence in Detroit. And I know that's what you're working on right now and continues to be your goal. Yes, it is my goal. And certainly it was cheap scraps. Go. I think, uh, you know, running the department differently, you know, is simply saying I'm going to run it as James White. And I'm not going to run it. James Craig. I mean, right, we know the the work and the hard work that James Creek put into this agency. But certainly you know, I'm a different person and I've got my visions and he had his vision. And it doesn't mean that my vision is better or his was worse. It just means that is different. And what I want to do for the officers in the agency. As I said earlier is informed by, you know my work, uh, and mental health. It's also informed by my desire, uh, to, you know, really strategically. And, uh, you know, drive down crying, but But looking at crime, uh and and data driven, uh, decision making from the standpoint of, you know, when we came in, and we met with the command team right out the gate. You know, I said, you know this, this really lofty goal of Let's see what we can do to reduce crime. And you know, some crime really does is not impacted necessarily by the police. I mean, there's things that happened in living rooms that you know short of having an officer in the home with the perpetrator. You really can impact but we took a look at one of the things that we can drive. You know the crimes where people you know, are crimes of opportunity and things such as that, Uh, and we've been I don't want to call it successful because we still have a crime problem that we truly have to drive down. But we have seen the impact of you know using that approach are five point plan. To address certain aspects of crime crowd management throughout the city. Uh, you know, noise enforcement, uh, drifting and drag racing. Lot of those types of of what would seem to be smaller problems really do have a nexus to bigger crimes when it comes to conflict fights and things like that, that that conclude with or could end with, you know, gunfire and violence. You know, we've really done a good job. I think what they've done a good job. Uh, I got to get a credit to the men and women that are out there on the ground doing this work. They've done a good job of driving down. The violence in that regard, Chief this job and the responsibilities that come with the job of being a police officer have changed greatly. In the quarter century ago that you join the force. What do you How do you in as few words as you can? How do you describe today's police officer? Well, you know, I think today's police officer has to be, uh, educated and aware, uh, that it starts with the community and you know, community policing is a concept for some agencies. There has to be an enrollment. In the fabric of any successful policing organization. So today's police officer, you know, has to be acutely aware of the responsibility that they have with his badge to engage the community at a high level and be transparent. Today's police chief has to be transparent has to make time. To talk to Paul W. In the mornings has to, you know the approachable by the From the community standpoint, so it's a different job than it was 25 years ago. Well, I promise you we will be always ready to talk with Chief James White in the morning. And just consider this an open invitation to this very large megaphone that we have to help you. Get the word out whenever you need it, sir. I appreciate it, sir. And thank you very much for having me on. I look forward talking to you again. Well, we will look forward to that. And, uh, you know, this is a no brainer. There was an officer in a fight right after graduation from the academy that was getting some news. That person is clearly not going to be an officer, I guess. That person is suspended. I'm very troubled by what I'm finding. I'm looking forward to concluding this investigation and then six days and I'll leave it there for handled very well handled. Very chief like chief. Thanks very much. Already as we approach 7 29 with James White Detroit police chief Hi It's Frank Beckmann here and something I'm really enjoying in retirement. Is that extra free time I get to go golf more and spend more time with the grandkids..

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"detroit police" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"detroit police" Discussed on Double Toasted

"That point. Don't even think that was really. I thought that was a dummy. They would track. Gosh real added to it dan. He is saga said about him. Biologist lie i'm not letting this male walking bianca face to face with a guy. She says her brand new benz is me. You've got that dan's out there. Yes you do like when animals attack. He's he's nothing to lose. It went down wednesday at a barbershop. At and grand river is seven days west. Driest twisted lamar costumers stepped in making citizens arrests. Then bianca's slashed her own tires as last audit tires. And i thought that he was gonna take off and i didn't know how long it's gonna take for the police to pull it and i refuse to let him pull off again bitches hardcore man if buckingham rod. Nobody will so as people like yeah had to break my own again. These hands detroit police came. You'll never steal from me again. Detroit police say officers responded. Four times to bianca's nine one one calls as she tracked the car using a web of social media tips but when officers got there the car was gone. Omar god seen my car thief so bold. He even a pit. Stop at this stroz mott. Let's let's get mixed up not both stupid jay. Come on come on own boot teak. They was driving. You know they was having a good time. You know they were smoking but yes. My car was very clean. he even got the car. Detailed sources tell fox to the thief now in police custody has a history since he was seems like your joy riding in my car like one. Nobody going to see reporting on. Detroit's west side jessica duke. Nak fox news tom. He was getting his braves titans by her. That is the face of somebody who's giving up did see. That is the face of somebody who was happening. That he's still chick. Go around what they get so blurry. Take net show where he brays. Hit yet at that point on the way going. You don't you don't you. Don't know he's being like us. A broom sweep off the how stupid guy just stole a car. You didn't change anything de now now is yours now. That's it you just riding around ain't changed none fuck probably plays. Gte all day long. Learn a goddamn thing into chops up where he got to pay pays bree getting his his brace titan ours drills titan. Should i'll get some detachable dreads right. Now it's the my next by grandma. His love what a handful of hair up. Yes.

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"detroit police" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"detroit police" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"City officials say trash dump It has always been an issue in Detroit. However, it is worse after the pandemic, the Detroit police Department as a team that works the track trash dumpers. Residents can use the improved Detroit APP to report illegal dumping and the city will work to clean up the mess in 48 hours. Residents with debris and the curb due to flooding will not be ticketed. House Republicans are not committing to serving on a select committee to investigate the January six capital attack Louisiana Republican Steve Scalise that they're standing committees they have jurisdiction in the formation of a new panel would be inherently partisan. Speaker Nancy Pelosi has introduced a measure to form a committee which will be voted on tomorrow. Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw wants a woman thrown off the Olympic track and field team for turning her back on the national anthem was played. He told Fox News that we have enough activist athletes Olympic camera store, Gwen Berry has been outspoken about racial injustice. In the United States. We update traffic another four times an hour. I'm Tim Cook on the Patriot FM, one of 1.5 a. M. 1400. Whatever. At six o'clock. Talk with Darryl would the fastest our on radio. 809 239385 go.

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"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

"So very helpful in these unfortunate circumstances and stories like the The shooting on the freeway last week where two year old boy was killed. I mean, it's just unbelievable and unacceptable. And I'm not sure. Michael. What in the world we can do about that? I got a couple of ideas, but otherwise good morning and tell us what you think. Good morning, So I think there's a few things we can do. I mean, this is not just a law enforcement issue. This is a whole community, totally community because people know about these shooters and don't speak up and they are then as full of blame as the shooters because they allow this to continue. They can march on the police department and say, what are you gonna do about it? It's in the community where it has to begin. And it is I mean, right from the very bad we even talked about it before, even in our hiring practices and stuff like that. All the police officers that we draw into our police departments come from that very community. So this starts rave way at a very young age where we have to start talking again about, you know the the importance of human life and you know what to do. If you're confronted with something to sometimes, you know, the violence spills out from crimes that are happening in the city onto the freeways. But also, you know, these are events that are happening, you know, in homes with families that are just an arguments and No different things that we're seeing. And it's not only in the city of Detroit because I think a lot of people would just say, Well, that's the trade. We don't have to worry about it. We saw you know an incident happening. Brighton yesterday we've seen it across the state where you know, gun violence is something that you know is really taking over. The Metro South posts alone, and that post just covers Wayne County. You know they seized over 800 guns last year, and this is during the pandemic. 800 guns were seized by these troopers, and we'll probably top that again this year, so there's things that we can do as law enforcement. Working together. We have an excellent working relationship with the Detroit Police Department. We have an excellent working relationship with a lot of the local departments where this is going on, but we can only do so much if the community Doesn't get upset as well. I think we remember. Two years ago we had a three year old that was shot during a road rage incident, and people were very upset about that. Rightfully so, um, but it just kind of faded away after a while, and we need to take what happened. To this poor two year old and maybe build upon that and say, all right, we're not going to tolerate. It doesn't matter the age of the victim. What the circumstances are we as a community? We as Michiganders are going to say enough is enough, and we're going to work together with law enforcement. That kind of clean this stuff up, and hopefully that anybody who justifies this staying out of this or whatever they know, not telling anyone say, Well, I'm not in a gang. I'm not into Drugs. I'm not there. I'm not really into this, so it's not going to affect me are not paying attention to these people who have a total lack of regard for bystanders. And those bullets are not smart bullets. Bullets are really dumb, and the people handling the gun often cases, even dumber, But even worse than that, they have no regard whatsoever for people's lives. I've watched the videos. Where this past a couple of days. Some guy out on the street wants to shoot a guy doesn't matter. The two kids are with that guy, A little boy and the little girl and he just starts shooting its total lack of regard. It was by the grace of God. Those kids weren't hit. Then I'm watching the news. And it looks like a guy jumps out of a car and shoots at an SUV. What appears to be as close to an actual machine gun that I've seen, meaning more than one shot is occurring when he presses on the when he pulls the trigger. So I'm calling that a machine gun. I know guns. People will tell me. It's not, er It's not an assault weapon. Call it what you will. I don't care. This guy was holding the trigger down and it just kept shooting. That's illegal, but PS I'm watching international lose and I find out it's here. That was happening in Detroit. And that's very true. I mean, people just don't There when they get involved in these incidents that time and some of it is straight up crime, and but some of it also can be probably brought down by de escalation. Some of the things that we've seen as far as people getting upset because you didn't use a turn signal or that that word of disrespect or they disrespected me, so I shot at them, But you're right. I mean, it doesn't matter what you call the weapon if you're on the other side of it. And it starts shooting at you. It's whatever you want to call it to, you know? Get those bullets are going everywhere and they're just going to continue on until they either stopped by hitting an object, hitting a person or finally go far enough, or they fall to the ground. But these guys don't care. They're just doing whatever it is that made them angry in the first place. They're pulling the trigger at whatever is in that way, and you know innocent people are getting hurt every day. One of my biggest fears that I always talked about when we started seeing violence that was taking over was innocent people getting harm anybody getting harmed is is bad. But if you're just walking down the street or, you know your two year old sitting in your car seat after coming from a basketball event with your with your parents, and this happens to you, and that's just I mean, it's very It's hard to Describe. I mean, I can't even imagine what their family is going through, and we'll go through forever and that extended family and everything else. Meanwhile, as we wrap this up with the Lieutenant Mike Shaw, Michigan State police You're doing what you can do, including keeping out, uh for speeders, because nothing good comes from speeding, especially these days. Absolutely. I mean, it kind of all goes together. We're trying to get back to normal is benefit very big, saying that everybody is saying about everything. But, yeah, we had over 200 speed relating fatalities last year during the pandemic, so traffic goes down yet to tell these go up, and it's the same type of thing where people are just They're not. Worried about what's going on around them, and they want to get paid to be as fast as they possibly can. And, you know, I I understand that we run late. We do different things, but you've got to slow down. Uh, you know, cars are great. The safety features that they have in those vehicles today are awesome. I mean, they are designed to keep you alive. But not at 125. They just aren't made for that type of speed, especially from an experienced drivers, and I think that's the worst part about it is the people that are doing these speeds and he does. Youngest drivers at the very beginning are most in experience or Or bad drivers. Yep, Michael, Always a pleasure. Thanks for your help, as always, and reminding people don't look the other way. Don't engage. But let the police know what you know about some of these people. Who are shooting up your community. Appreciate it. Keep up the good work. Be careful out there..

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"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

"Is dead. A nine year old boy is in serious condition after police say someone opened fire on the truck they were riding in on Detroit's High 75 Thursday night has happened on the freeway, so Michigan State police has jurisdiction over the case. But the Detroit Police Department homicide section are here to support and assist in the investigation to help get this monster off the street. Interim Detroit police chief James White as the search continues for the suspect's vehicle, a late model silver Chrysler 300 with no license plates right now, no motive, this the latest of several recent roadway shootings in Detroit. Jeff Manasso. Fox News, California Governor Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency today after the state's second largest reservoir dropped to a record. Low threatening electric power could be cut to about 800,000 residents. This comes as the Golden State Broyles under a heat wave, with temperatures climbing over 100 degrees. If Lake Oroville Reservoir drops below 640 FT above sea level, there won't be enough water to generate electricity, and it appears that wind turbines and solar panels are not picking up the slack. Effective Tuesday. Indoor and outdoor capacity limits are gone and unvaccinated people no longer have to wear a mask Governor witness had her top priority now is moving forward in putting the state back to work. And jump starting the economy. Milford Restaurant is shutting its doors after 36 years in business. Tomorrow is the last day for Hector's and Jimmy's owner, Jim Engel, talk to November about the struggles of business shutdowns, but it's not clear how bigger role the pandemic plate in his closing up shop. On Wall Street. Today it was a bad one, The Dow was down 533, the S and P down 55 Ken Wriggles Kw Jr News back to Mitch Album in two minutes. Nickel has always been a leader ahead of the curve. But his growth wasn't keeping up. So his pediatrician recommended PDS share nutrition shakes to help him grow and support his immune system. And he says they're delicioso Learn more. A pds shirt dot com. Lows knows you work hard to take.

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New Fallout Over the Hiring for the Columbus Assistant Police Chief Job

Mark Levin

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

New Fallout Over the Hiring for the Columbus Assistant Police Chief Job

"T V N, pushing back on new leadership in the Columbus Division of Police. Not long after a lane Bryant was named to be the new chief of Columbus police there was reporting on a new position of assistant chief to be filled by her colleague from the Detroit Police Department. Luciana Pots now Columbus deputy chief, Ken Keebler has filed papers for the Civil Service Commission to review that move, ABC six is reporting that he is among those who were being considered for

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"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

"About vaccinating her kids. We're going to keep an eye on that and let you know what else she has to break under 10 30 presser that she's got with the state of Michigan. But we are tickled pink. You have the chief of the Detroit Police Department, one of the longest serving chiefs and someone that I tremendously respect James Greg on. He's No. Uh he's been on this fan or the show quite a few times, A Zola's Paul W show, but I got to tell you as as a military veteran myself and I was both an enlisted soldier and an officer and the and the army. And retired as a colonel, I got to tell you that I've seen great leaders and I've seen some not so great leaders. And when I look at Chief Craig, I look at a great leader, a man of incredible intellect, A man of incredible discipline and educated man, a self made man, someone that truly embodies the art of leadership that if you do something wrong, I'm going to throw the book at you. I'm gonna discipline you according to the book, But if if you did nothing wrong and you're being he's there's something wrongfully or if you're being attacked, I'm going to stand up and stand by you or in front of you and protect you. And we're proud to have Chief James Craig on with with us during the late morning show. Chief Craig, How you doing? Hey, Colonel. Rocky, I gotta tell you, man, Um I'm really humbled. By your words of support. And you know leaders do they stand up? Uh, don't See which way the wind is blowing, and they stand up and do what's right because it's the right thing to do. And, you know, I'm so disappointed and some of those who sit in my seat Other major cities today and watch what's been going on since last year, and chiefs who have opted to stay quiet on issues like Indian qualified immunity for Men and women who serve the vast majority. As you know, rocky serving distinction, honor that American heroes and the Chiefs don't stand. Because they're connected with their elected leadership, so they are, they're more concerned about keeping their jobs. Then they are but motivating our folks to do this very dangerous job. It's really Saying to see what's happening in our profession was great folks like yourself, who understand it so many great people in the city of Detroit On metro Detroit around the state and I got to tell you is bittersweet for me. But you know, 44 years and I was telling someone I hadn't had a bad day. The best time of my career, Not a bad day at all. Well, you know what they say. They say that if you do what you love, you'll never work a day in your life right on And you know, we're gonna hopefully hopefully have you on Uh, to talk about your after chief life in the future. Everybody speculating about all that, But I really want to know it in a couple minutes. We've got a couple minutes here. I want to know what your highest point was. What your lowest point was as chief of Detroit Police Department. You know, I don't My highest point. Was how we handled The 100 plus days of Protests in the mist of cold, but, you know, as you know, as a covert surviving at 1.650 members of our department were in quarantine, so we had to make some adjustments to how we were staffed. And so certain that that was the high point of fact that Detroit didn't burn. There was no rioting, looting. Certainly there were days where officers were under attack. Some, but police vehicles were destroyed. But in comparison to other major cities lay the name one boat home. Chicago, Philadelphia, Portland, Seattle, You know, even here locally. Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, looting burning It didn't happen here. And there's a reason why it didn't happen. And it comes out on one basic thing. Leadership. Yeah. No, no going Yeah. When I left Cincinnati I had well, this is my third chief shot and you had a good run in both Portland and Cincinnati. Portland man that Portland, Oregon, but Good run in both places. That took on the big challenge. You know, As you know, Detroit was facing Uh, Largest municipal bankruptcy. When I came in the police officers here had been defunded. Since anybody want to talk about de funding Detroit police officer would defund it. And, um 2012 10% pay was taken. The morale was at the very bottom that close police stations. It didn't feel supported. Forced in 12 hours shift. Uh, they had a merry go round of chiefs in and out. This department under a consent judgment 12 13 years and then a community that was also demoralized. I mean, there was no real crime fighting. It was just a big mess. And I guess Shouldn't be a low point for me because what we did in the days and weeks of my appointment. Really started to change the trajectory of this police department and the respect Was coming back very quickly. So while I was a low point coming in It actually became a big win. And so I got to tell you, Rocky. It was very emotional day. Monday. I'm sure men and women served with dry. I've got countless emails. Uh, what are we gonna do now? And while departments like New York Chicago police officers were leaving because of the lack of support. Um He's also stay and I pray that my successor understands what's important. You take care. Take care of troops support. Yes, sir. Uh, Chief Craig jury of you, chief. I've got to tell you it's been a pleasure to have you on the program. We're looking forward to the next chapter of your journey and looking forward to hear how we can get involved in the future. It's been great to have young on the late morning show. I'm rocking. Mexico City will be on with Ambassador repeat Hoax truck. After.

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Stimulus Check Argument Leaves One Shot, One Arrested in Detroit

Hugh Hewitt

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Stimulus Check Argument Leaves One Shot, One Arrested in Detroit

"Stimulus check led to a shooting Detroit's West side. Detroit police say two men got into an argument yesterday morning at a home on Rutherford Street near McNichols and Greenfield. One man left the scene but returned with a gun and shot the other man who was listed in temporary serious condition. We update traffic and weather

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Feds investigating 'violent' Tesla-trailer crash in Detroit

Frank Beckmann

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Feds investigating 'violent' Tesla-trailer crash in Detroit

"The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a crash early this morning Detroit southwest side involving a Tesla and a semi truck. Two people were injured in that crash. The crash. Circumstances are similar to two others in Florida, in which Tesla's drove beneath tractor trailers, causing two deaths and both crafts. It crashes in 2016 and 19. The cars were being driven while using Tesla's autopilot, partially automated driving software. Ah Detroit Police spokesperson could not say if the Tesla driver was using the company's autopilot or full self service driving. Saying that was all under

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"detroit police" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"detroit police" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A butch up on you. So I look out into the backyard and on top of the Iike Chicken coop who's up there, crowing at the sun. That's just about Above or paying tens are happy, just having their own chicken time. And that girl is adorable. Just trying. Just trying to bring the party. And that's when I looked at. My wife said. We gotta get rid of him way We can't keep him. Now my wife was concerned that we were going to somehow get arrested to get a ticket. And I informed her that we were in Detroit in the Detroit Police Department had a bigger fish to fry. That Like we didn't make the list of the things that Detroit police Department had on their plate, But she was still concerned, and Natasha wasn't getting quieter. So I found a woman north of the city who had her own flock of chickens and we move them. Here's another thing. You need to know it's easy to move chickens when they're asleep. Way didn't do that. I just found it was easier. Six fully awake Chickens in a dog kennel and the back of the element going down the road. That was easily a mistake. But we get to this woman's farm and we release our chickens. Into her flock. So a couple of things that we noticed number one. Our chickens were huge. Because my wife left of eat whatever they want it also my chickens are chickens were a little weird because my wife decided that since they didn't have a mother, she would teach them how to scratch the ground and dig up worms. And the way they scratch the ground looked a lot like the way my wife's crashed the ground, but nothing at all the way a chicken scratches the ground. So we drop them off. And about two days later, the woman who has the flock calls us and says, What is the deal with these birds? We said, Well, whatever do you mean, And she said, When I go for coffee in the morning, they come up on the porch and sit with me. I said, Well, they used to do that with my wife while she was teaching them how to scratch for worms. Lady just hung up on me. Thank you Gain. Wilburn is a storyteller artist. She's the chief marketing director for Twisted Will a soap company and host of the podcast games neglected brain. During the pandemic. David, her wife became chicken owners once again to see a photo of game and one of her newest chickens. Waffles. Go to the mosque, Dad or G'kar while they're even color pitch line and leave us a two minute version of a story You'd like to tell Do you have a story about the bird or cat or another animal? Please call us up and tell us about it. The number to call is 877799 moth or you can pitch is her own story at the mosque. Dad Gourgue coming up. A scientist recounts her life with a very special parrot named Alex. That's what the moth radio hour continues..

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"detroit police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"detroit police" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You. Move it. What So I look out into the backyard. And on top of the like a chicken coop. Who's up there, crowing at the sun. That's just about Above or being tens are just having their own chicken time. And that girl is up there. Just trying to Just trying to bring the party. And that's when I looked at. My wife said. We gotta get rid of him way can't we can't keep him. Now my wife was concerned that we were going to somehow get arrested to get a ticket. And I informed her that we were in Detroit in the Detroit Police Department had a bigger fish to fry. That, uh Like we didn't make the list of the things that it's right Police department had on their plate, but she was still concerned, and Natasha wasn't getting quieter. So I found a woman. North of the city who had her own flock of chickens and we move them. Here's another thing. You need to know it's easy to move chickens when they're asleep. We didn't do that. I just found it was easier. Six fully awake Chickens in a dog kennel and the back of the element going down the road. That was easily a mistake. But we get to this woman's farm and we release our chickens. Into her flock. So a couple of things that we noticed number one. Our chickens were huge. Because my wife left of eat whatever they wanted. Also, my chickens are chickens were a little weird because my wife decided that since they didn't have a mother, she would teach them how to scratch the ground and dig up worms. And the way they scratch the ground looked a lot like the way my wife scratch the ground, but nothing at all the way a chicken scratches the ground. So we drop them off. And about two days later, the woman who has the flock calls us and says What is the deal with these birds? Way said. Well, whatever do you mean? She said. When I go for coffee in the morning, they come up on the porch and sit with me. Said. Well, they used to do that with my wife while she was teaching them how to scratch for worms. Lady just hung up on me. Thank.

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"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"detroit police" Discussed on WJR 760

"We're going to schedule 20,000 vaccinations in the next four weeks. That's what the governor believes she can get to us. If more vaccines come, will ramp it up, But that's what we are projecting to get. Our city workers are going to start to get vaccinated beginning tomorrow at their work site, starting with the Detroit Police Department. Indeed, at Governor reported. 152,000 doses of the vaccine have already been administered. But a total of 520,000 vaccine doses have been distributed to the state Health Department as of Monday. Meaning most of those shots have not been administered to patients. Washington. Police confirm explosives were found of the U. S capitol and a pipe bomb discovered of the Democratic National Committee building and another at the Republican National Committee Building. D. C. Metro police also confirm Molotov cocktails were found in a vehicle on the Capitol grounds. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has banned President Trump from using its social platforms indefinitely. This includes Instagram, where the president has 24 million followers, and the president's Facebook page has 36 million followers. In a statement sucker, Berg wrote. He believes the risks of allowing the president to use their service during this transition period is too great. Crime ends up in Detroit, especially homicides and aggravated assaults. Chief James Craig says it's the lock down the number one factor and it's clear that the pandemic Was single, most factor and driving violence in our cities, including here in Detroit. Craig also said there's been an increase in fatal and nonfatal shootings. He blames it all on the Corona virus and the restrictions. New details are coming to light about a far reaching foreign hack on government government websites. Fox is Brett Larson has the latest. We're learning Maura about the massive cyber attack that hit many large companies and several federal agencies, including the Justice Department. A report from The Wall Street Journal says hackers were able to access department emails and about 3% of the accounts were affected. No classified systems were accessed. U. S. Intelligence agencies have pointed the finger at Russia for the hack. All of those hit were customers of I T software provided by a company called Solar winds, which reportedly contained an unknown backdoor for access. Russia denies involvement. Brett Larson, Fox News. The All new 2021 Jeep Grand Grand Cherokee, was unveiled today at Fiat Chrysler. Knew was Cherokee will come with.

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Shots fired at Detroit police when officers respond to grocery store break-in

The Paul W. Smith Show

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Shots fired at Detroit police when officers respond to grocery store break-in

"Detroit police are reportedly involved in a standoff with a gunman who shot at a police car on the east side after police arrived at the grocery store where the gunman had broken in. The men opened fire as police got there, and then they made a run for it. Reportedly. The officers on the scene say that those men got into a vehicle and took off, but police reportedly have the vehicle blocked near the fifth Precinct Police station. An officer was slightly injured by flying

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Detroit police chief defends 'necessary' force when protesters aren't peaceful

Rush Limbaugh

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Detroit police chief defends 'necessary' force when protesters aren't peaceful

"In Detroit police chief James Crag defending his officers tactics. I mean, you can see in the video where protesters are Literally grabbing on officers so they can freedom comrades from being arrested. That's not peaceful. That's resisting a lawful arrest this after a judge ordered his force to stop using certain tactics, including tear gas and rubber bullets. For the next two

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Kamala Harris meets Jacob Blake family to kick off Wisconsin visit

The Vegas Take

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Kamala Harris meets Jacob Blake family to kick off Wisconsin visit

"Kamala Harris just meeting with the family of Jacob Blake, who remains hospitalized after being shot by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The president also tweeting earlier about weekend protests in Rochester, New York, in Portland, Oregon, criticizing Democratic leadership of those cities in Detroit Police chief James Craig defending his officers tactics. I mean, you can see in the video where protesters are literally grabbing on officers so they can freedom comrades from being arrested. That's not peaceful. That's resisting a lawful arrest this after a judge ordered his force to stop using certain tactics, including tear gas and rubber bullets for the next two weeks

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Tense protests erupt after Detroit officers shoot, kill man who fired on them

Daily Detroit

01:32 min | 2 years ago

Tense protests erupt after Detroit officers shoot, kill man who fired on them

"Energy behind the ongoing protests in the city of Detroit renewed on Friday after a fatal shooting, involving an officer near San Juan and mcnichols on Detroit's west side. The protests built up as rumors spread across social media of Hakeem Little Tins. And the rumored 'cause that a teenager was shot in the back of the head execution style protesters marched from the Bagley neighborhood through the university district to the police precinct on seven mile near Woodward that spurred Detroit police to release body Cam footage from the officer within hours. It show that the incident in fact did not happen. As was rumored on social media, the video showed that the suspect reached for a gun in his pocket and shot I at a police officer at close range. Other officers are on the scene. Then fatally shot the twenty year old littleton. The whole thing escalated in less than five seconds at the time. Littleton associate who police say is a suspected gang member was being arrested on an outstanding warrant for distributing drugs. Protests were then subdued by whether and the realization that they came together over misinformation, widely shared on social media that police shot an unarmed teenager. Protests resumed Saturday with an attendance of about one hundred Detroit. Police chief James Craig called the officer involved a hero while critics say. Say the police don't have the strength and don't know how to engage with citizens in a way that's focused on de escalating conflict

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Detroit police kill man they say fired first; tensions rise

THINK! America

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Detroit police kill man they say fired first; tensions rise

"And killed a man, but they see officers did not fire until the suspect opened fire on them. First, I close range Detroit Police chief James Craig says police video backs his officers account. When you see the video, I would estimate that the suspect was probably Two at most three feet from The officer. You also see that as Mr Littleton raised the gun in his left hand, he was pointing directly. Att, the head of the officer Frank says police were trying to arrest Hakeem Littleton on an outstanding warrant. Acting

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Detroit mob surrounds police car

Frank Beckmann

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Detroit mob surrounds police car

"On anti police protests took an ugly turn in southwest Detroit as protesters swarmed a Detroit police cars surrounded and jumped on the car which then is seen on video going forward in the crowd video shows two protesters were set off the car Detroit police say they're

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'The Computer Got It Wrong': How Facial Recognition Led To False Arrest Of Black Man

Morning Edition

02:51 min | 2 years ago

'The Computer Got It Wrong': How Facial Recognition Led To False Arrest Of Black Man

"Police in Detroit we're trying to figure out who stole five watches from a show I know watch store and so they pulled security video that had recorded the incident they zoomed in on the grainy footage and ran the suspect to a facial recognition system I hit came back forty two year old Robert Williams of Michigan when I look at the denture of the gallon I just see a big black guy I don't I don't see a resemblance I don't think he looks like me at all in January police in Detroit arrested Williams for the watch theft Williams says he was placed in an interrogation room and police put three photos in front of him and he says so I guess that's not true either so I picked it up into my face when I told him I said I hope you don't think all black people look alike Williams was detained and then released on bail until his hearing that's when prosecutors dropped the charges against him academic and government studies have demonstrated that facial recognition systems misidentified people of color more often than white people what makes this case extraordinary is that police admitted that facial recognition technology prompted the arrest typically the tools used in secret lawyer Phil Maher is with the ACLU of Michigan they never even asked him any questions before arresting him they never asked him if he had an alibi they never asked him where he was that day the ACLU has filed a complaint against the Detroit police department the complaint asked that police stop using the tool in investigations in a statement to NPR the Detroit police department says after the Williams case the department enacted new rules now only still photos not security footage can be used for facial recognition and only in the case of violent crimes according to Georgetown law center on privacy and technology at least a quarter of the country's law enforcement agencies have access to face recognition tools Jamison's feedback is a researcher at the center most of the time people who are arrested using face recognition or not told at face recognition was used to arrest them the government use of facial recognition technology has been banned in half a dozen cities in Michigan Williams says he hopes the case is a wake up call to lawmakers Williams says there should be a nationwide ban let's say that this case wasn't retail for a one of those rape or murder what I got out of jail on a personal bond or but I never come home Williams and his wife Melissa worry about the long term effects the arrest will have on his daughters he was arrested on his front lawn his young daughters cried as her father was taken away in a police car in order to get arrested and that was their first interaction with the police so it's definitely not shape however seem long course man in his complaint Williams and his lawyers say if the police department won't ban the technology out right that leaves his photo should be removed from the database so this doesn't happen

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'The Computer Got It Wrong': How Facial Recognition Led To False Arrest Of Black Man

Morning Edition

03:05 min | 2 years ago

'The Computer Got It Wrong': How Facial Recognition Led To False Arrest Of Black Man

"Now a man who says he was falsely arrested after a computer algorithm mis identified his face is speaking out as NPR's Bobby Allen reports critics of the technology said case shows how unreliable the tool is police in Detroit we're trying to figure out who stole five watches from a show I know watch store and so they pulled security video that had recorded the incident they zoomed in on the grainy footage and ran the suspect to a facial recognition system I hit came back forty two year old Robert Williams of Michigan when I look at the picture of the guy out I just see a big black I don't at all I don't see a resemblance I don't think he looks like me at all in January police in Detroit arrested Williams for the watch theft Williams says he was placed in an interrogation room and police put three photos in front of him and he says so I guess that's not true either so I picked it up into my face when I told him I said I hope you don't think all black people look alike Williams was detained and then released on bail until his hearing that's when prosecutors dropped the charges against him academic and government studies have demonstrated that facial recognition systems misidentified people of color more often than white people what makes this case extraordinary is that police admitted that facial recognition technology prompted the arrest typically the tools used in secret lawyer Phil Maher is with the ACLU of Michigan they never even asked him any questions before arresting him they never asked him if he had an alibi they never asked him where he was that day the ACLU has filed a complaint against the Detroit police department the complaint asked that police stop using the tool in investigations in a statement to NPR the Detroit police department says after the Williams case the department enacted new rules now only still photos not security footage can be used for facial recognition and only in the case of violent crimes according to Georgetown law center on privacy and technology at least a quarter of the country's law enforcement agencies have access to face recognition tools Jamison Spivak is a researcher at the center most of the time people who are arrested using face recognition or not told at face recognition was used to arrest them the government use of facial recognition technology has been banned in half a dozen cities in Michigan Williams says he hopes the case is a wake up call lawmakers Williams says there should be a nationwide ban let's say that this case wasn't retail for a one of those rape or murder what I got out of jail on a personal bond or but I never come home Williams and his wife Melissa worry about the long term effects the arrest will have on his daughters he was arrested on his front lawn his young daughters cried as her father was taken away in a police car in order to get arrested that was our first interaction with the police so it's definitely not shape how they perceive law enforcement in his complaint Williams and his lawyers say if the police department won't ban the technology out right that leaves his photo should be removed from the database so this doesn't happen

Mourners Gather To Remember George Floyd in North Carolina

AP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Mourners Gather To Remember George Floyd in North Carolina

"Mourners are gathering for a second memorial service for George Floyd this one in North Carolina where he was born Friday marked the third day of more subdued demonstrations Detroit police walked with marches and I'm just grateful to find the silver lining in George Ford staff and that's for the people now to listen to your Zara north over tells W. X. Y. Z. people are taking the time to think about what's gonna contact me Washington Saturday's planned demonstration against police brutality is expected to be the largest yet authorities have sought to reduce tensions by having National Guard troops not carry

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Philadelphia police inspector charged with beating protester

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

05:45 min | 2 years ago

Philadelphia police inspector charged with beating protester

"Tonight. PHILADELPHIA'S DA charging police department staff inspector. That's a high ranking police officer with aggravated assault. After a college student was struck in the head with a baton while protesting on Monday but police departments argue the violence goes both ways. Cameras have also captured images of and PD cops appearing to be struck with bricks and projectiles. Some. With US tonight to talk about all of it. Chief of police for the city of Detroit Michigan James Craig Chief. Thank you very much for coming on and the chicken egg question to you is happening more, or are we seeing it more? You, know it's happening. More Brian I can take I've been a practitioner now forty four years. I was on the front seat. Of the. Unrest in Rodney King after the acquittal of the officers and riot so. This is a very different time I'm not seeing anything like it. And certainly the videos show of the Brooklyn officers troubling. I mean is one thing to put someone I don't know circumstances that led up to that. Certainly appeared not to be resist he. Certainly up in age, and then once he hits the ground bleeding. DISTAL walk by and that Render A. That's the one thing that you know when I think about Detroit. Police officers. Ribbon confrontations with violent suspects that are also had to use deadly force. But quickly transitions from. A trying to protect themselves in the community and then render a right away. And then in instances, transport him to the hospital. So to see that It was troubling. That's not what we're here for. The Sad. So many of the protesters have said some version of you try living our lives with the threat. We feel to our lives every day. Friends of mine who are on the job and police departments have. Contacted me to say you try working at twelve, a twelve hour shift getting yelled at and being in equal measure. Fearful and angry on a protest line and there. We have the equation, don't we? We absolutely do Bryant I was out on the front lines with our officers and certainly fortunately over the last several days. We had piece of protests. There have been no confrontations the day, one two, and and some of three. We're talking about projectiles being thrown at the officers in one instance a m. a railroad spikes correct. Railroad spikes I mean. Have you seen? I mean this is the weapon Using a certain way can cause break bodily harm. And so Those officers warrant at Front Line Professional. Resilient. Some of them are being spat upon. The named they were calling. They maintain. I, started nineteen, seventy seven Brian. And it certainly was a different day, so my hat goes out the vast majority, but certainly. This is not to say that those who step across a lion talking about men and women. we have to take a higher ground, but also dealing with violent. Protesters, and I'm not talking about the peaceful protest because the vast majority of them. have been peaceful. They, just want the voices heard, and we support that here in Detroit and it's worked out whale, but there have been a few valid incomes. And you've made this point locally in Detroit so well that. These. Peaceful protests and what happens at night are literally like night and day Do you have a percentage on the arrests you've made at night. How of the percentage of arrestees are from Detroit and how many are not? Seventy Percent Ryan, seventy percent. From outside of Detroit, the Metro area. And then we arrested. Confu about estate three California. So three from California from Ohio Kentucky. And so the million dollar question is why are you here? Why are you in Detroit there? Protests going on out across country. You can stay in New York in protest. WHY COME TO DETROIT? CAN SPECULATE! But certainly those are the ones that are really triggering, but but here's the magic disclosing on Detroit right now Brian, track, the African American community stands with this police department stands with this blaze chief several days ago. they said in a resounding way go home. We don't need you here. You'RE NOT GONNA. Burn our city and I remember a young man growing up here in Detroit in nineteen, sixty seven was a boy. And I remember riot, and I remember what it was like I remember the racism and the beatings. That's it then I would never be a police officer. Tonight here are say many years later. And so excited to be back home in certain meeting. One of the finest booths department America.

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Detroit police employee diagnosed with coronavirus dies

The Paul W. Smith Show

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Detroit police employee diagnosed with coronavirus dies

"A member of the Detroit police department infected by corona virus has died of the CV a thirty eight year old dispatcher reportedly is the person who died the police department has more than two hundred officers in self quarantine the department may ask state police to help patrol the

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Michigan - Detroit Police: Man shot, assaulted by friend’s brother after dropping him off at Detroit home

Sean Hannity

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Michigan - Detroit Police: Man shot, assaulted by friend’s brother after dropping him off at Detroit home

"Detroit police say a forty two year old male who was assaulted Sunday on the city's east side is cooperating with the investigation the victim had apparently dropped off a friend at a home on Arlington street near Nevada and got into an argument with his friend's brother the man shot the forty two year old man physically assaulted him before someone was able to take the man to the hospital for treatment anyone who may have information on the suspect of the assault is asked to call Detroit

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Detroit police officer shot dead, another wounded in home invasion

Dennis Prager

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Detroit police officer shot dead, another wounded in home invasion

"Room a Detroit police officer has died after being shot in the neck responding to a home invasion police chief James Craig says the suspect was armed with a high powered rifle and shot the eighteen year veteran and another officer who has been with the department for three years that officer was shot in the left leg and is hospitalized in serious condition the suspect was also shot and is in

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Detroit deputy chief retires, becoming Southfield's next police chief

Sean Hannity

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Detroit deputy chief retires, becoming Southfield's next police chief

"From the town hall dot com news room deputy Detroit police chief Calvin Berendt has retired after twenty one years with the department and will now take over as chief of Southfield please a ceremony was held lasting for parents who receive an award for service from Detroit police chief James Craig will become self killed seven police chief and says he knows residents are expected to be trustworthy and accountable

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Detroit Police Fear 'Serial Murderer and Rapist' At Large

America Trends

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Detroit Police Fear 'Serial Murderer and Rapist' At Large

"Police in the motor city are searching for a possible serial killer, as we hear from USA radio's Vincent police in Detroit, say they think serial murderer and rapist is at large in the city. After the body of a third woman was founded a vacant home. Chief James Craig says they believe the homicides are linked to the sex trade suspect is targeting women in early fifties. Again, any sex were aware, particularly I is trying to lure them to a vacant dwellings two of the women have now been identified book in their fifties.

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