22 Burst results for "Elliott Isaac"

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center, we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help Abidi sedation. Learn more at no fear, debt dot com. We're currently under a winter storm warning until about seven o'clock this morning, a snow and rain mixed today with about four to six inches of accumulation. We'll have a high of thirty two light snow continues on tonight with a with a slick roads and a low down to twenty nine and then a late morning snow on Sunday with cloudy skies and a high of thirty five it is thirty five degrees right now. More discussion about police officers using racial slurs. Chief Elliott Isaac told a council committee on Friday that the N word is never acceptable. I'm deeply concerned to know that two of our officers would lose their professionalism in this matter, even if for only a moment this behavior damages the public trust that so many have worked long and hard to build notification yet on any punishment for those officers who were caught on bodycam using the slur in separate incidents on white and one black. President Trump says that he won't be declaring a national emergency at the border immediately. However, she does this if they can't do it. If at some point, they just can't do it this a fifteen minute meeting if they can't do it. I will too. A national emergency hosting around table discussion at the White House yesterday. Trump remarked that he's not looking to declare a national emergency right now. He added that democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer need to tell him. If congress can't do its.

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"City leaders are looking at ways to improve crosswalk safety following the death of a western hills. Student back in September, a meeting is planned January second between members of Cincinnati city schools, rather Cincinnati public schools metro police city council also looking at improving the lighting at Crosswalks near school bus stops. I'll Cincinnati police officer is at a desk. Job after he allegedly made a racial slur during an arrest last weekend. Elliott Isaac sent an Email that Dennis Barnett can be heard on another officer's body camera video using the slur and rose law on Saturday night. He says Barnett was trying to arrest a woman from outside the Brownstone nightclub and use the term after she pushed him chief says this type of behavior isn't tolerated inside the department Barnett has been placed on desk duty while the department investigates. Libby Cunningham, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl. Wwl's showboat. Majestic is for sale. The business career says the park board owns the historic boat, and it wants to sell it because it costs about one hundred grand a year to maintain that the public landing. It was a day of wild swings. On Wall Street. The Dow finished up more than two hundred fifty points after being down more than six hundred earlier in the day that swing combined with yesterday's record gains. And the worst Christmas Eve selloff ever mean. The only consistent thing about this market is its volatility. The indices remain sharply lower for December and down for the full gear as well and blizzard warnings flood watches possible tornadoes as. Severe weather moves across the country in Austin flash flooding, Julie Butler had to be rescued after record got pushed a quarter mile off the road by floodwaters thanking the firefighters who got her to safety. All of.

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Buying experience. So at the close of business yesterday said I'm gonna try to get some answers for you. And why the city of Cincinnati would shell out two hundred twenty thousand dollars for an officer doing his job. Now, granted the optics are not good. The teasing of Denisa gowdy happened on August sixth at these spring village Kroger, and she's eleven years old right the optics. Don't look good. But we've learned a lot since then about the case and what's going on. And now it turns out the city and a lot of people are upset about this. We're going to show up two hundred twenty thousand dollars on top of the twenty Kroger's gonna give them for well, essentially, preventing someone from shoplifting or sending a message shoplifting won't be tolerated. Yesterday late yesterday. It was announced that the officer involved in this Cincinnati Cup. Kevin brown. That chief police chief police Elliott Isaac suspended Brown for seven days without pay. He's going to be barred from working overtime for the next two months, and I'll have to go through retraining on use of force this story that layer the story broke late yesterday after we got off the air, and let me circle back here with the head of the F O P, Dan hills. Now, Dan, I said I want to get some answers here. I tried to reach out to various members of council. Some of them were out of town somewhere in meeting. Some just didn't respond to me. And I think maybe one or two is okay. But when you talked to a number of them or reach out, and no one gets back to you. I think that's kind of telling Dan good morning. Good morning. You funny. You can you can always call me. Fair enough. I think the question is this the city pays out to twenty another twenty from Kroger in during this whole settlement. Wind up occurring was that they said, well, we're not really gonna change our use of force policies that was never part of the settlement. But yet they suspended off of their Kevin Brown for use of force. If Cincinnati's use of force policy doesn't need to be changed. Why would you suspend the police officer? Well, they're contention is is that he acted out thought of the use of force policy, and in that part of the policy is to follow the supreme court standards, and the the biggest supreme court standard case. And this is is a gardener. And in that case, they they kind of lay out when you can use course, when you start Graham, and they kind of laid out the garners like the number two important case crumby Connors, the number one case layout where you can use force or your camp and their mind of comparing this case to the Graham case, and what the supreme court said that they their mind, I'm talking about the police chiefs mind, the city flusters mind that the force in this case was excessive. Okay. So what was he didn't warn her? Also, he was going to use his tasers that's part of the protocols. Prime didn't rise to the level of of pulling the taser out is what you're saying. Yeah. Well, or actually using the tasers there's four things he he was ding-dong, shall we say one was a simple procedure violation of not warning her before taking one was a simple procedure violation of not turning on his camera. I don't think either one of these were deemed to be nefarious in any way, you know, the cameras are still fairly new and working detail you're going to encounter a lot of people. No matter what said procedurally every time you talk to somebody. If you return that game on and off on and off, you you'd be you'd be burning up to film, the rose to this level by procedure should've turned on his camera. And if he had time as she was running from him he was supposed to one of those are both procedural things. The third one was depression discharge, which I've been, you know, constantly remarking about in the media and everything. Of how ridiculous I thought that was and I think he ended up for oral reprimand on that one. I think maybe maybe they kind of one that just being oral reprimand. I think it kind of went through that one again and realize that maybe that was a little bit of a reach. I think it was a whole lot of a reach. I think he actually was talking to her and a parental mode and trying to give her some council on. I think that's I think that's a good thing. By the way, he said it is one thing. But we know say this is sweetie. This is why are there no grocery stores in the black community. I mean, you know, I the Kroger's I shop at in the burbs. We don't have security guards. And it's a different mindset. We're we're poverty is obviously because people don't have enough money for things, and they will pilfer stuff from time to get the economics. And that that's what this is a lesson in economics. Right. Yeah. It was harsh lesson ability to you know, what he was trying to tell her is. Hey, listen, your actions have a result on others. And that's exactly the point of of. Of criminal behavior. You know, when you are committing a crime, you're you're you're treading on somebody else. And in this case, she was treading on Krogers and intern treading on the other customers, you know, if if they if folks deal, then prices, go up for other folks up a point where I can't handle it anymore in Curtis quote closes, you're paying a guy in extra cop to defer detail in that store to prevent this from happening, and it's proof. We need the cop and the store in the first place and yet who the shafts or the the, you know, the good hardworking people who are trying to get by the people on fixed incomes, the elderly. That's able in that community that rely on their Kroger for fresh produce. So it doesn't become a food desert that this is why we food desert, right? Yes. I mean, that's essentially what what was being drained. God forbid, you tell somebody the truth and you get in trouble for that. But Dan hill, president CFO pianist show, but you're telling me outside of that nonsense is it he didn't warrant he was gonna use as teaser, and it was the incident wasn't a serious enough to warrant the use of that teaser is that ultimately we got him the seven days. The seven days. No, it's not fair. I think there is room for debate in this manner. I had reasonable debate with Microsoft Office with higher up in the police department. You disagree with me on whether or not this. This was within the use of force your Grammy. Connor I think there's so much confusion because they'll talk about well, she was no threat or government say anything that you have to have a threat. That's not what Graham says it says, you know, when when when making an arrest number things, they have to be considered the seriousness of the crime theft is a misdemeanor of the first degree. And it's the very reason of why he was there and she working with others was about ready to escape without the without being apprehended without being stopped with with for stealing. And that's the very reason that he is there. But like I said we can enter into a discussion with this without. Throwing off Brown under the bus clarify the procedures what we want. You're saying he was kind of a sacrificial lamb to some degree in this now. Definitely. Gowdy got caught up in this. Because here's eleven year old kid trying to work our way through life. We're all that agents. It's awkward, it's tough. Especially for kid who doesn't have means in lives in poverty. I don't blame the kid for that. But but let's face facts here. She was caught earlier and said, listen, we'll let you go. We won't prosecute. You're not gonna go to jail, but it happens again, you are in this is the reason she admitted that she ran the second time. And if you shoplifted and got caught twice, Dan. What are the odds, you probably stolen the past? They. Could only venture to get the number of times did have been done. Correct. But, but the, you know, that's the the other point here is nobody seems to be really concerned about her direction and her guidance and where we're going wrong as a society there. Everything was all about the fact that she had been tailored, which is back to the level of force. This is one of our lower levels of force. The use of peyser is designed to do exactly what it did in that case, which is stop somebody. And in the end in the end run not result in any significant injury at all which this did not it is not pleasant. Let me tell you. I've been taste. I'm not going to. I'm not going to deny that hurts that hurts. It's not a done it before. And it's not a pleasant experience for about fifteen or twenty seconds. It's terrible. It is you know, it's a it's a five second ride, and let's to Mike continues to resist, but it's five seconds at you'll never ever forget. But at at the same time, I don't think. This five-second caving is the biggest question what is the direction of this young lady's life? I think it's her behavior that was finally at this point stops by Brown for for this particular incident, anyway, and then he, you know, he ends up getting dinged again for trying to counsel her about her behavior. And then we saw everybody overreact to the use of force. Like, I said, I can engage in a debate about it. There can be reasonable debate about but autumn throwing off Brown under the bus. If we don't wanna use tasers. If we want to say, the tasers are not to be used for people escaping from misdemeanor thefts. Then I think we need to train our officers and put that out there for them. Rather than take some responsibility. As an agency. Rather than just just just well, let's go back to the reason. Cincinnati police you guys got tasers Dan hills or the F O P is a case from Nathaniel Jones. And this was that an maybe ten or more years ago where here's a guy at that white castle on Taft believe that's where it was. He walks in Mitchell street missile, right? He walks in. He's he later they found out that he was smoking a wet which is marijuana laced with formaldehyde eighties act out of his mind and patrons were calling nine one one. So Cincinnati police show up and here's a guy who's morbidly obese. They tried to get them off premises. They can't they wind up tackling. I'm coughing him. And because of his morbid obesity, he winds up. I think having a heart attack is how it went the corner ruled it a homicide, but just because it's a homicide doesn't mean that it's murder because it's either homicide suicide unknown causes those are the reasons that the corner will check the box and say, here's how people died natural causes for example. And so natural causes really doesn't work. It's not a suicide. It's not other. It's clearly homicide. He died at someone else's hands. But it was of his choosing. And so he said, hey, listen instead of wrestling suspects like this to the ground because of the damage it does to the suspect as well. As the officer. Why don't we start getting tasers? And at that point CPT got tasers, isn't that how the story played out that is that is very much the case. And it's also the case out the country where incidents led to the tastes which is a wonderful tool. And and it prevents us from getting physical struggles. Can you imagine? Can you imagine? Kevin Brown and him grabbing this young lady and her shoulder being dislocated. No work falling to the ground. Something of that nature that gets caught on videotape. His body worn camera and all the cry that comes out afterwards..

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Cincinnati shooter's gun jammed during four-minute rampage, police say

Colleen and Bradley

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Cincinnati shooter's gun jammed during four-minute rampage, police say

"It Cincinnati mayor John cranley praising the four Cincinnati police. Officers responded to the shooting yesterday and the fifth third building downtown three people were killed and two injured before officers shot twenty nine year old Omar setup Peres video released today shows Peres pointing his gun in different directions firing then turning on police fifty five seconds pass from the time mister Peres fired his first shot until the first nine one one call was received at nine seven AM. So our our response was approximately three and a half minutes chief Elliott Isaac who says they are still looking into a motive for the shooter. You can see that police body Cam video at seven hundred WW dot

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That nature roller circle here? Cincinnati police captain speaking from the hospital university hospital where at least four victims have been taken today from the shooting that happened to downtown Cincinnati on fountain square. We've got the details on that what we know at this point coming right up instigators are still looking into the background of a man who opened fire in downtown Cincinnati. I'm Jack crumley seven hundred wwl w dot com. It's heartbreaking. I mean, this is not normal, and it shouldn't be viewed as normal. This is abnormal. No other. Industrialized country has this level of active multiple shootings on a regular basis almost on a daily basis. Cincinnati's mayor John cranley on the shooting at the fifth third building this morning that killed three and injured to the gunman is now been identified as twenty nine year old Omar in Rica, Santa Peres, he was shot and killed by police. Perez was not a current or past employees of fifth third. The police chief says the gunman entered the building and started shooting people randomly in the lobby. They have not found any motive, we don't know. We hope in the coming days that maybe we can determine more about his planning and his motive in what again what caused him to commit such a horrific at police chief Elliott Isaac says Peres had one nine millimeter handgun and hundreds of rounds of ammunition on day three of supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's confirmation. Hearing Republican lawmakers rose to Kavanagh's defense senators continue to ask the court nominee Brett Cavanaugh questions about presidential privilege Wednesday. Senator Kamala Harris ask cavenaugh if you discussed the special counsel invest. Negation with anyone at the law firm of President Trump's former attorney and in a follow up today. Cavanaugh responded more definitively. I haven't had any inappropriate conversations about that investigation. Would anyone this Kavanagh's final day in the hot seat? Friday, senators will question others who know the judge. Lana Zak ABC news. The capitol and Twitter is permanently banning right wing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones and his info wars show for abusive behavior. Twitter says Jones won't be able to create new accounts on Twitter or takeover any existing ones. Twitter says Jones posted a video Wednesday that is in violation of the company's policy against abusive behavior. Remember for news anytime on demand at seven hundred w w dot com. I'm Jack crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w on demand. Iheartradio online on your smartphone. Ipad, and tablet. Seven hundred wwl W dot com. All.

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I mean, this is not normal, and it shouldn't be viewed as normal. This is abnormal. No other. Industrialized country has this level of active multiple shootings on a regular basis almost on a daily basis. Cincinnati mayor John cranley on the shooting at the fifth third building this morning that killed three and injured to the gunman is now been identified as twenty nine year old Omar Enrica, Santa Peres. He was shot and killed by police. Perez was not a current or past employees of fifth third. The police chief says the gunman entered the building and started shooting people randomly in the lobby. They've not found any motive we don't know. We hope in the coming days that maybe we can determine more about his planning and his motivating what again what caused him to commit such a horrific act police chief Elliott Isaac says Peres had one nine millimeter handgun and hundreds of rounds of ammunition on day three of supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's confirmation. Hearing Republican lawmakers rose to Kavanagh's defense senators continue to ask the prem- court nominee Brett Cavanaugh questions about presidential privilege Wednesday. Senator Kamala Harris ask cavenaugh if he discussed the special counsel invest. Education with anyone at the law firm of President Trump's former attorney and in a follow up today. Cavanaugh responded more definitively. I haven't had any inappropriate conversations about that investigation. With anyone this has Kavanagh's final day in the hot seat. Friday, senators will question others who know the judge. Lana Zak ABC news. The capitol and Twitter is permanently banning right wing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones and his info wars show for abusive behavior. Twitter says Jones won't be able to create new accounts on Twitter or takeover any existing ones. Twitter says Jones posted a video Wednesday that is in violation of the company's policy against abusive behavior..

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Com. It's heartbreaking. I mean, this is not normally, and it shouldn't be viewed as normal. This is abnormally. No other. Industrialized country has this level of active multiple shootings on a regular basis almost on a daily basis. Cincinnati's mayor John cranley on the shooting at the fifth third building this morning that killed three and injured to the gunman is now identified as twenty nine year old Omar in Riquet, Santa Peres. He was shot and killed by police. Perez was not a current or past employees of fifth third. The police chief says the gunman entered the building and started shooting people randomly in the lobby. They've not found any motive we don't know. We hope in the coming days that maybe we can determine more about his planning and his motive in what? Again, what calls him that permits horrific at police chief Elliott Isaac says Peres had one nine millimeter handgun and hundreds of rounds of ammunition on day three of supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's confirmation. Hearing Republican lawmakers rose to Kavanagh's defense senators continue to ask the court nominee Brett Cavanaugh questions about presidential privilege Wednesday. Senator Kamala Harris ask Cavanaugh if he discussed the special counsel invest. Education with anyone at the law firm of President Trump's former attorney and in a follow up today. Cavanaugh responded more definitively. I haven't had any inappropriate conversations about that investigation. Would anyone? This is Kavanagh's final day in the hot seat. Friday, senators will question others who know the judge. Lana Zak ABC news. The capitol and Twitter is permanently banning right wing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones and his info wars show for abusive behavior. Twitter says Jones won't be able to create new accounts on Twitter or takeover any existing ones. Twitter says Jones posted a video Wednesday that is in violation of the company's policy against abusive behavior..

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"He was eighty two years old Burt Reynolds began his acting career and TV westerns in the nineteen sixties that it was his breakout performance and the big screen film deliverance in nineteen seventy two that made him a star. Nineteen seventy seven Reynolds had a hit with smokey and the bandit Reynolds returned to TV in the late eighties. And in nineteen Ninety-two. He won an EMMY for the comedy evening shade. Then he made a comeback on the big screen scoring an Oscar nomination for nineteen ninety seven's. Boogie nights. Corner. Thumbing reaction to the combination y'all stratovarius place better than Bill deal. ABC news, a priest and p walkie facing charges of sexual assault. Father Charles Hannele of Queen of the apostles Catholic church accused of inappropriately touching a now fourteen year old girl during confession back in December. The allegations coming to light in may when the girl's family came forward in a series of meetings with the walk shock county DA's office he admitted to holding confession. But denied those allegations if convicted he could face up to forty years in prison in a one hundred thousand dollar fine. The archdiocese of Milwaukee through a statement says they'll continue to cooperate with authorities during the investigation, the sixty one year old is due in court October fifteenth, Mike Spaulding, WTMJ news ABC news, national security analyst and former Trump homeland security advisor, Tom Bossert says he thinks whoever wrote the Trump the New York Times op Ed blasting the president should get over it. And do their job Bossard says the president should be allowed to talk off the cuff and struck me as somebody that's trying to have their. Cake and eat it too. They went to work for the president serve the country. But then they want to go out and deny that they ever did it or like them. And so that's just not something you can do either your job or don't and the op-ed piece has some questioning the papers handling of the situation. The Puerto institutes L Topkin says the media has to set a high bar in publishing unsigned editorials and be transparent about the process next twenty four hours or so the times is going to have to say more about the process. How did they do have? They make their decision. Thompkin says the times is adding to the intrigue and buzz with the anonymous approach is opposed to reporting the claims just a nameless source had said such a thing in a story that's been reported. I don't think it would be much different. There's not very much in here that we haven't heard gene Miller, delete g news Cincinnati police releasing the name of the gunman who opened fire at a banking center Thursday, killing three and hurting too before fatally shot being fatally shot by police. Police say twenty nine year old Omar Enrico Santa Perez was armed with a semi-automatic pistol and had as much as two hundred rounds of ammunition. Cincinnati police chief Elliott Isaac says they're still trying to determine a motive. There may be a possibility that there's some mental health issues involved here. But again, the investigation is only hours old. They don't believe he worked at the fifth third tower where he carried out the attack they're reviewing police body Cam video as well as building surveillance video that video could be released to the public as soon as Friday Ryan burrow, ABC news and the Packers popular pick to be a Super Bowl contender this season a season that is finally upon us. The Packers are used to being a shoe in playoff team last year that didn't happen after Aaron Rodgers broken collarbone.

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of anything that nature roller strictly here. Cincinnati police captain speaking from the hospital university hospital where at least four victims have been taken today from the shooting that happened to downtown Cincinnati on fountain square. We've got the details on that what we know at this point coming right up. Gators are still looking into the background of a man who opened fire in downtown Cincinnati. I'm Jack crumley seven hundred wwl w dot com. Heartbreaking. I mean, this is not normal, and it shouldn't be viewed as normal. This is abnormal. No other. Industrialized country has this level of active multiple shootings on a regular basis almost on a daily basis. Cincinnati's mayor John cranley on the shooting at the fifth third building this morning that killed three and injured to the gunman is now been identified as twenty nine year old Omar in Riquet, Santa Peres. He was shot and killed by police. Perez was not a current or past employees of fifth third. The police chief says the gunman entered the building and started shooting people randomly in the lobby. They've not found any motive we don't know. We hope in the coming days, and maybe we can determine more about his planning and his motive in what again, what caused him to commits horrific at police chief Elliott Isaac says Peres had one nine millimeter handgun and hundreds of rounds of ammunition on day three of supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's confirmation. Hearing Republican lawmakers rose to Kavanagh's defense senators continue to ask the prem- court nominee Brad Kavanagh questions about presidential privilege Wednesday. Senator Kamala Harris ask cavenaugh if he discussed the special counsel invest. Education with anyone at the law firm of President Trump's former attorney and in a follow up today. Cavenaugh responded more definitively. I haven't had any inappropriate conversations about that investigation. Would anyone? This is Kavanagh's final day in the hot seat. Friday, senators will question others who know the judge. Lana Zak ABC news. The capitol and Twitter is permanently banning right wing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones and his info wars show for abusive behavior. Twitter says Jones won't be able to create new accounts on Twitter or takeover any existing ones. Twitter says Jones posted a video Wednesday that is in violation of the company's policy against abusive behavior. Remember for news anytime on demand seven hundred wwl w dot com. I'm Jack crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w..

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Reynolds character declares the world. I'm scared of scared to. Women in the ponies Reynolds, often had scary encounters with both on screen and smoke in the band at. There was a police pursuit involving beer a runaway bride and a very fast Pontiac transam. In the movie starting over. He was newly single man in search of romance just one hundred dinner with somebody anybody a person, I'm not gonna touch you might not even talk to you. The accurate was also famous for his real life loves, including actress wives, Judy Carne, and Lami Anderson and girlfriend Sally field and Dinah Shore. Sam Litzinger CBS news, Cincinnati police identified the killer who shot up a regional Bank headquarters in Cincinnati earlier today, Omar Santa Perez was one of four people killed in the rampage at the fifth third Bank building downtown police chief Elliott Isaac says they haven't figured out why he did it. There may be a possibility that there some mental health issues involved here with again, the investigation is only hours old we're still trying to determine motive there's nothing that has given us conclusively as to why he would do such a thing to others were injured in the gunfire. At the thirty story headquarters in Cincinnati. And coming up next a local ban loses some ammo with a name change. All right. Let's see if you're hitting a sour note on your drive.

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Doing a great job. Hundreds of rounds on desk, correct? He and I've heard some we haven't counted the exact rounds are criminalists in the process of doing that now, but he did have he said he had multiple magazines, and he did I believe somewhere in the neighborhood of a couple of hundred rounds. I believe that I believe that several the victims were south more than once. We hope to have more information on that tomorrow. So thank you. Cincinnati police chief Elliott Isaac giving an update on this morning shooting on fountain square for responding officers shot the suspect who has now been identified as twenty nine year old Omar Enrica, Santa Peres police have been searching his home in north bend processing any evidence on the seen. Nothing yet conclusive as far as motive goes yet. According to the chief chief says that he does not know yet if the suspect had any connections to any of the businesses on fountain square fifth third has already said that the suspect is not a current or former employees of there's no word yet. Exactly how the suspect got on the scene. He used one gun a nine millimeter semiautomatic pistol. And the suspect also had multiple magazines along with a significant amount of ammunition somewhere in the neighborhood of two hundred rounds the police chief saying right now, it does appear that gun was legally purchased as well, we will bring you more on this throughout the day. And other update from police is expected sometime tomorrow. But again police chief Elliott Isaac officially identifying the suspect from this morning's shooting as. Twenty nine year old Omar Enrica Santa Perez. I'm Jack crumley more to come on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w. Stay tuned as we keep you updated with the latest on this story. On News Radio seven hundred w l w..

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on KOMO

"At these headlines Tatum insights and Eric Heintz at the editor's desk. I'm Tom hutler. Three people are dead after a mass shooting at a downtown office building at Cincinnati police chief Elliott Isaac said the suspect shot and killed three people at the fifth third center and wounded at least two others before he was killed after a shootout with cops day, three of the Senate Judiciary committee hearing to consider the nomination of Brett cavenaugh to the supreme court turning into a tense exchange. New Jersey democratic Senator Cory Booker threatening to release confidential Cavanaugh emails on racial profiling he hasn't yet. But acknowledged a penalty that comes with potential ousting from the Senate KOMO news time now ten sixteen who wrote it that's the big question at the White House warning after the New York Times published an opinion piece. It says was written by a senior Trump administration official blistering, the president saga megani has more. The pieces has set off wild speculation in the west wing. And beyond top administration. Officials are scrambling to clear themselves is not my secretary of state Mike Pompeo denies he wrote vice president Mike Pence's office took the rare step of tweeting that Pence puts his name on his op EDS. Adding our office is above such amateur axe to people familiar with the situation say the president's demanded staffers. Find out who wrote the piece he tweeted last night, the time should immediately hand over the writer to the government for national security purposes, though, it's unclear what that means. Saga megani Washington? A judge ordering a New Jersey couple who raised more than four hundred thousand dollars donations for a homeless veteran to appear in court to explain what happened to the money. It was the feel good story of generosity that swept in nation. The homeless veteran jumping to the aid of a stranger in distress. Harris driving down ninety five. Then. Right out of gas. He walked up, and he said, I'll be back outta gas to help her get back on our way wasn't expecting anything in return last November Johnny that gave Kate McClure. His last twenty dollars for gas in return McClure enter boyfriend, Mark Dan, Moco, set up a gofundme me account for him. We were thinking what if we started a gofundme for this guy just to get him. To get them off the streets even for a weekend. They raised over four hundred thousand dollars in just weeks winning the lottery, but that was then this morning. It's a whole different story today. The money attorneys claim the couple spent the money themselves since receiving the money. The pair could be seen on social media. Enjoying a variety of activities going to Vegas visiting the Grand Canyon on a private helicopter tour sitting front row at a Broadway show in New York riding around in a limo in LA going on shopping sprees and gambling, according to the couple's lawyer, they gave two hundred thousand dollars and we're managing the rest because the veteran struggles with drug use. It says he's only received seventy five thousand to ask them count on any beginning. It was a joke. Like, they were like my parents. The joke's funny. After a while judge asking for the remaining funds to be put into escrow, but that never happened where did the money go. Kate avoiding reporters questions on Wednesday lawyers for the couple who did not appear in court tried to plead the fifth on their behalf with the judge was having. None of that. And is now ordering them to appear before her to defend themselves. Not allowing you to be their voice anymore. From many of the more than fourteen thousand people who donated to help the homeless veteran outrage. Tickets disgraceful overall is four hundred thousand dollars that these people might very well stolen from lots and lots of people ask for that couple. The judge is moving ahead. She's ordered them to give their statements to the court on Monday, ABC's, even pilgrim propel insurance business update. Now, better behavior self in the back of that Uber. If you don't you might be kicked off the site. Here's ABC. Sherry preston. You've always been able to raise your Uber driver. Now, they can rate you and the number of stars. You get could determine if you get picked up in the future. Uber is implementing a rating system for writers that'll be made public in Australia and New Zealand anything less than four stars will lead to an Email. And if you don't clean up your act, you might get banned for six months. Some things drivers say bug them about writers include the obvious drunk passengers as well as those who don't pick up after themselves those who slammed doors and those who insist they know a better way to get there. Cheri Preston, ABC news. I do know never mind. Dow is down seven and three quarters of NASDAQ's off percentage point eighty four and a half the s&p.

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Slight chance for showers storm, Thursday, showers and storms likely that's your forecast for seventy wwl devil. Radar shows. No rain in the state right now and ninety two degrees. The Cincinnati police chief says he believes officer violated department policy when that officer taste an eleven year old girl for shoplifting in a Kroger store. Several members of city council have questioned the city's current policy that allows the use of taser on someone who's as young as seven years old who is actively resisting arrest there are maybe some areas in which we can tweak, but I believe we we do have a very solid policy around our use of force. And how officers deploy force, particularly in this sense. Just to use a taser police chief Elliott Isaac addressed the issue with councils law and public safety committee today a question was raised ever since a police officer used a taser to stop an eleven year old girl who was suspected of shoplifting from a local Kroger store that. Alec stone. Wall Street, the Dow is down sixty seven points, NASDAQ off thirty three and the s&p.

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on KOMO

"Abc's mona rivera says a youngster who wants to embrace police officers in all fifty states is now more than halfway through her mission old roslyn baldwin has traveled to twentyseven states so far in her quest to hug cops cincinnati police chief elliott isaac got a big one really wants a heart rosalyn hit the road with her mom after a sniper killed five texas cops in two thousand sixteen i didn't decide gosh shootings in dallas really broke her heart she said mama that killing our hero and the hugs were just what cincinnati officers needed a great feeling knowing that someone that you don't even know reaching out to you the little girl showing up friday as cincinnati was honoring cops killed in the line of duty mona rivera abc news and then you definitely file this one under bizarre human behavior abc's todd ant with the story of the laundry sniffer i called nine one one by was scared of phoenix area woman says her motion alarm went off after a guy crept through her backyard taking laundry from the clothes line smelling it several times before walking away jack couvert a father of three is outraged worrying about the children who live in the area all kids and families up and down the street i mean it's like sesame street the street says he doesn't want to creep like visit his neighborhood hop back there and start smelling laundry not good residents are being urged to install surveillance cameras and check their house alarms until the laundry sniffer comes clean todd at abc news this is abc news komo news time is seven zero four time.

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8-year-old girl on a mission to hug police officers all across the U.S.

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:14 min | 3 years ago

8-year-old girl on a mission to hug police officers all across the U.S.

"At a daycare center in arkansas as abc's linda lopez reports it appears the young boy was hit with rocks child services and police officers are investigating after seeing a video that appears to show a teacher ordering other children to throw rocks at a four year old boy to punish the boy for throwing rocks on the ground children can be seen in the video surrounding the boy who appears to be crying out in pain local parents are outraged people paying you to western he is in his child is getting rocks thrown at them the owner of the daycare reportedly blamed the allegations on a former teacher linda lopez abc news a little girl from louisiana is doing her best to thank police officers for all they do at the cincinnati police memorial parade which honors those who've died in the line of duty eight year old rosalyn baldwin hugged as many people as she could police chief elliott isaac expresses his gratitude it really warms a heart especially on a day like this when we're we're remembering those that we've lost rosaline is on a mission to hug police officers and fifty states and ohio is number twenty seven wbz news time four twenty seven and now healthwatch recent reports cited troubling symptoms for some people when they stop taking antidepressant medications were mean much to buy a psychiatrist at johns hopkins who assisted in the reports data analysis says for short term treatment there are guidelines if you go to practice guidelines they would recommend continuing these medications after starting between six nine to twelve months for people who have experienced one episode of depression for long term treatment the guidelines are generally silent mode devices the research record is also lacking there no trials that have looked at the long term effect of these medications or long term benefits of these medications to buy says there are likely many people who simply stay on antidepressant medications because of their concerns about a recurrence of depression symptoms but notes that a careful review of medication use with a provider is prudent with a plan for cessation at johns hopkins i'm elizabeth tracy wbz news time four twenty eight coming up at four thirty wbz's mike macklin with the.

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Supposed to do when they see a potential crime being committed coordinate your lawsuit says this isn't this theft in office by the chief of police well you know that's that's again subject to further discovery it's certainly arguably theft in office by somebody and then your lawsuit accused the chief of theft in office i can read you the paragraph that's what the lawsuit says right and it's it's you know you know we we've gotta dig down deeper into this right we the dig down deeper the city has to dig down deeper you know the bottom line is that butler was compelled by ohio law to report this abuse the proper officials anyone right to the top and reported to the chief and then he gets demoted so at this point you know we've we've going around and around you and i for twenty twentyfive years this is a bombshell in the city of cincinnati well that's crazy willie i mean all the all the troubles we've had at city hall recently just make me sick you know nobody loves the city more than you and i i love it and just to see these distractions that are just totally unnecessary i mean let's just do our job what i'm gonna do with your permission is put the lawsuit on my blog and let the american people see it that's fine it's the public record it's been filed in federal court theft in office the chief of police elliott isaac that's the charge and i know there's going to be criminal investigations randy freaking thank well let's hope it all works out willie again this would not happen than for sales ohio dayton ohio hamilton ohio captain jeff butler says what i just said is accurate correct well captain jeff butler thinks that they're irregularities she thinks they ought to be further investigated further discipline lawsuit says theft in office that's not me that's the lawson well it'll be on your blog right willie it'll be there on the website that'll be you know it just you know it's at least a distraction from the reds troubles we haven't gone into detail on those willie randy freaking thanks for coming on the bill cunningham show we'll do it again let's continue with more i'm going to have more to.

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The great american a bomb cell was trying to cincinnati yesterday morning one a federal lawsuit was amended in the name of the plaintiff has captain jeff butler has been a cop i don't know twenty five or thirty years and they city cincinnati jeff butler is well known and well respected against the city cincinnati now added is the chief of police elliott isaac personally joining me now is one of the attorneys working on this matter along with brian gillen that would be randy freaking right and randy freaking welcome again to the bill cunningham show gratitude willie good how are you doing well i read the amended complaint that i gleaned from the federal court files it says in this complaint that your client captain jeff butler who's been a cop for about how many years about twentyfive willie twentyfive years has been a cop is accusing the chief of police elliott isaac of theft in office and what specifically are are the charges well willie what happened was chief butler who used to be assistant chief of police before he was demo a couple of years ago when he complained about the nine one one funds he was passed with arlene the overtime that was used by the police department and he found millions of dollars in overtime that he believed were misspent a lot of it going to officers in district five you know nearly a hundred thousand dollars each each fourth three of them in overtime pay each and he reported that to chief isaacs and rather than act on it chief isaacs demoted him again so run this through butler was kind of in charge of nine one one he blew the whistle on the nine one one system and chief elliott isaac said you're out of there they then put him into audit and in the audit part of the cpap he found millions of dollars in public monies that were wrongfully given to three or four individuals in the top district five when that was discovered he was taken down from that position wh where's he now in the canine unit what's what's he doing.

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U.S. agency seeks information on Honda Odyssey asphyxiation death

Mike Gallagher

02:23 min | 3 years ago

U.S. agency seeks information on Honda Odyssey asphyxiation death

"Now you're cooking with gas progressive casualty insurance and affiliates it's the little things like getting flowers for no reason at all love you too bill or feeling the love from your favorite store peebles customers get all sorts of perks like style rewards which gift card holders double points every day on every purchase or club forty and fabulous where everyone forty enough gets an extra twenty percents off on tuesdays even on our best thought on values fresh styles big savings and fun perks everyday people little things mean everything people's this part of our stage family offer exclusions apply bill cosby's accuser is on the witness stand now what is retrial and cording pennsylvania andrea constanze testimony comes after five other women who claim cosby drugged and sexually assaulted them decades ago told their stories in court as prosecutors try to bolster constanze case dan says he drugged and molested her at his suburban philadelphia home in two thousand four the only allegation among dozens against cosby that has led to criminal charges he calls the encounter consensual this is constance second chance to confront cosby court since his first trial ended without a verdict his lawyers have portrayed her as a con artist who just wanted cosby's money tanya j powers fox news tell my mom i love her words no doubt haunting an emergency dispatcher in cincinnati where police are investigating how a sixteen year old boy who said those words trapped in a mini van outside his school called for help and never came and he died waiting for it sixteen year old kyle plush was found crushed to death by the third row seating of a honda odyssey minivan in a school parking lot tuesday in cincinnati's madisonville neighborhood some six hours after he called nine one one one of two nine one one calls for help and something went wrong here and we need to find out why we weren't able to provide that help we hope cincinnati police chief elliott isaac kyle died of accidental s fix the nine one one dispatcher who cleared his emergency calls has been placed on leave as officials try to find out what went so wrong jeff monosso fox news actor will ferrell hospitalized in california tmz reports he was injured when the suv he was riding flipped over and accidentally last night in orange county there is.

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Political Director, Director and Fbi discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

01:09 min | 3 years ago

Political Director, Director and Fbi discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

"Again on the trans pacific partnership trade deal from which the president withdrew the us last year the president meeting with farm state lawmakers who urged him to rejoin the tpp or transpacific partnership because being left out is hurting american companies and farms they want to feed the world and they want a reduction of tariff and nontariff barriers republican senator ben says saying the president told his economic advisers to try and get back into the tpp unclear whether other nations will say okay andy field abc news washington defense secretary james mattis says the world's chemical weapons watchdog looks to have inspectors in syria within the week while the suspected chemical attack there has the us drawing up plans for a military strike the presence of poisonous substances has not been formally confirmed president trump said an attack could take place very soon or not so soon at all we're looking very very seriously very closely at that whole situation we'll see what happens we'll see what happens it's too bad that the world puts us in a position like that multiple investigations underway in cincinnati after the death of sixteen year old kyle plush trapped by a bench seat in a mini van in the parking lot of his high school plush called nine one one twice police never found him something went wrong here and we need to find out why we weren't able to provide that help it we hope we could ask cincinnati police chief elliott isaac says one dispatcher has been put on administrative leave in his forthcoming book former fbi director james comey says president trump sought loyalty like a mafia boss abc news political director recliners read an advance copy homey was so concerned about these interactions that he was dictating memo's writing memos in real time ultimately allowing a friend of his directing a friend of his to leak the contents put out the contents of one of those memos the white house says no comment about the book up day on wall street the dow closing two hundred ninety four points higher the nasdaq gaining seventy one you're listening to abc news komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven number one for news good afternoon it's four zero two overcast with fifty one degrees in seattle i'm elisa jaffe with tom glasco here are the top stories from.

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Mike Pompeo, Jared Adler and Euclid discussed on John Corby

John Corby

02:21 min | 3 years ago

Mike Pompeo, Jared Adler and Euclid discussed on John Corby

"At your severe weather station news radio six ten wtvn senators taking a hard look at cia director mike pompeo president trump's nominee for secretary of state's during a senate confirmation hearing pompeo talked about his military service and played down claims that he is a hawk or a hard liner he said he understands the value of diplomacy and the terror and tragedy that is war pompeo vowed to engage in diplomacy and model the very best of america to the world new jersey democrat bob menendez criticized president trump's approach to foreign policy americans scared that this president the commander in chaos will lead them into war this is not a time for taunts and tweets pompeo has run the cia for more than a year on capitol hill i'm terry moore nbc news radio a former doorman at trump tower reportedly confirming the national enquirer paid him thirty thousand dollars for a story about an alleged affair between donald trump and his former housekeeper story was never published know juden claims the affair produced a child in the nineteen eighties there is no independent verification of his claims something went wrong that assessment from cincinnati police chief elliott isaac about the death of a teenage boy trapped by a minivan bench seat sixteen year old kyle plush called nine one one twice tuesday afternoon office research the private school parking lot finding nothing family member responded to the parking lot at fifty four hundred red bank and located the gold honda odyssey van which was unlocked and inside the vehicle kyle was located not breathing unresponsive isaac is directing an internal police investigation and the hamilton county prosecutors also investigating the death was reportedly due to his fixation from a chest compression the ohio house has taken action to combat bullying in schools lawmakers in the ohio house voted to pass the ohio anti bullying and hazing act representative dave greenspan a westlake republican is the bills primary sponsor it's my hope that the districts are able to within their own framework address incorrect the behavior and hopefully stop the bullying that we're seeing within our schools representative dan ramos lorraine democrats spoke about how he was bullied in school representative kent smith a euclid democrat contends house bill three sixty falls short of protecting lgbtq youth at the state house jared adler news radio six ten wtvn wtvn.

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Colonel or police chief elliott isaac sent to harry black did i think just started all of this and in asking for the effective termination or as he said he felt that lieutenant colonel david bailey be separated from service effective immediately so he fired so black fired the assistant the second in charge and that was based on the recommendation of the police chief and the police chief listed i'm looking at the document seven points of canary black talked about a rogue element right being within the police force so i thought well great because now there's a rogue element harry black talked about a rogue element right being within the police force so i thought well great because now if there's a rogue element harry say rogue element and they're trying to undermine the police chief than something needs to be done about that needs to be addressed you need to flush out those who aren't being respectful of the office but after that it's all of a sudden like well no let's not talk about the rogue element let's talk about you harry black you're you're the problem get some popcorn and fasten your seatbelt because this is gonna be good now the the black leadership in greater cincinnati we'll talk about let's let's talk let's finish this conversation talking about city hall what's this is gonna be good now the the black leadership in greater cincinnati we'll talk about let's let's talk let's finish this conversation talking about city hall what's going on downtown with mirror cranley and city manager harry black when we come back we'll finish this conversation taking your calls seven hundred wwl w there are some things alexa can't do alexa we got my toenails i can't i don't have any fingers that if i did guess which one i'd be showing you right now what she can do the important thing seven hundred wwl w from iheartradio getting seven hundred w l w from iheartradio listen to wash on alexa seven hundred w l w news radio seven.

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"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"elliott isaac" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Traffic and weather newsradio 700 w l jelakeng cincinnati booed cincinnati city manager has backers despite being asked to resign by the mayor this is a 1230 report i'm troy adams breaking now some sources within cincinnati city hall claim that mirror john crane lee has demanded the resignation of city manager here we black this comes after earlier in the week black claim that there was a rogue element within these cities police department with an overtime when in overtime audit was leaked to the press black says to make chief elliott isaac look bad this lee had led to the forced resignation of assistant chief dave bailey they support city manager harry black and police chief elliott isaac a joint statement saturday from cincinnati end up alesi p the sentinels police association black agenda cincinnati and others says that the city manager was justified in his decision regarding the departure of assistant chief dave bailey but the statement is critical of mayor cranleigh and his reported request of the city manager resign saying quote a smear campaign on the part of mayor cranleigh is unprofessional and beneath the dignity of the office and quote the deeper issue the statement says is what it calls the police departments internal improprieties and the culture that exists matt reese newsradio 700 wlw now the latest traffic and weather together we are seeing a serious injury accident right now seven street ed vine street there is a little bit of slow traffic right now northbound i seventy one near the ohio kentucky border also on an northbound i 75 near exit ten that's galbraith rhode islanders forecast from the extra.

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