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Fresh update on "endangerment" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "endangerment" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Overdose. Doctor Jonathan Rich echoed previous medical testimony, blaming Floyd's death on the actions off former police officer Derek Chauvet. The defense is expected to call it's all medical experts after the prosecution wraps its case The defense has instead of Mr Sheldon will take the stand 7 33 Bond wave today for the off duty Pentagon police officer charged in connection with the murder of Two men and two come a park waving a right to a bond hearing. It's rare but certainly not unheard of. That's Montgomery County State's attorney John McCarthy. Speaking after the initial bond review hearing for David Dixon and Rockville this afternoon, Dixon of Tacoma Park is charged with two counts of second degree murder, two counts of use of a handgun in commission of a felony and reckless endangerment in the alleged killing. 32 year old Dominic Williams of Hyattsville and 38 Year old James Lionel Johnson of District Heights last week. His public defender Lucy Larkins, had no comment. When reached by W t o P Ah, preliminary hearing is set for May 7th Matt Small W T O P news breaking.

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France Investigates Secret Restaurants for Paris Elite

Mark Mason

00:31 sec | Last week

France Investigates Secret Restaurants for Paris Elite

"NEW YORK An investigation is underway after a TV report accused government ministers in France of dining at secret luxury restaurants. The Paris prosecutor's office saying an investigation has been opened after a documentary airing on French TV showed a man saying he had eaten in two or three clandestine restaurants, quote. With a certain number of ministers and quote. This comes as bars and restaurants and France were still closed. Members of the government are denying the allegations. Possible repercussions could include charges of endangerment and undeclared

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San Diego man arrested for taking 2-year-old inside elephant exhibit at zoo

The Armstrong & Getty Show

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

San Diego man arrested for taking 2-year-old inside elephant exhibit at zoo

"I've seen the news footage. Miami went unhinged. A father has been arrested on suspicion of child endangerment after he carried his two year old daughter into the elephant habitat at the San Diego Zoo to take a photograph of the animals. Good Lord Dad thought it would be cool to take his two year old little girl. Into the elephant habitat for a cool social media picture. Wow, the man bypassed multiple barriers and common sense and purposely and illegally trespassed into the that that's That's not the problem to me that he Broke some law. Into the habitat for Asian and African elements of Fuck. You gotta bring the gotta bring that into it. Whether they're agent elephants or not, makes no difference. Wow, I'm glad there are no white supremacist elephants. In there. There was a safe space Jack for the Asian and African elephants. The witness who provided video and you'll hear the sound again here in a little bit. Shows a man dropping the child as they flee the enclosure as a trumpeting elephant charged at them. The man picked up the toddler was able to get her out safely. Thank God I don't care if he gets trampled, of course, then the little girl's father this but Police said the 25 year old man wanted to take a photo with the American bull elephant. Ah, being held $100,000 bail. What do you do with somebody? That makes a decision like that? Well, this is a difficult moral ground for me if he had been childless, I always root for the animal in this scenario of the gorilla to tear him limb from limb the tiger to eat him the elephant to stomp him into the ground just because I don't want his genes in the gene pool. On the other hand, he has reproduced beautiful little girl dated, Jim. I don't know. You know, I want the little girl to be okay. Obviously,

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San Diego man arrested for taking 2-year-old inside elephant exhibit at zoo

KOA Programming

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

San Diego man arrested for taking 2-year-old inside elephant exhibit at zoo

"Father faces charges for allegedly carrying his daughter into an elephant enclosure at a southern California zoo. A man was seen taking his two year old child under an electrified fence into the elephant exhibit at the San Diego Zoo. This witness says he hollered at the guy. Dude, What are you doing? Get out of there! Get the baby out. One of the animals became agitated and charged. The man fled but dropped his daughter on the way out. He's unaware of what's going on and barely got out of there with his life and with his child's life could have ended tragically, with the elephants so close it was about maybe a foot from making contact with the gentleman and his friend. His baby's father could face child endangerment and trespassing charges.

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Man arrested after taking daughter into San Diego Zoo elephant habitat

Under The Hood Show

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Man arrested after taking daughter into San Diego Zoo elephant habitat

"Took his two year old daughter inside an elephant exhibit at the San Diego Zoo. Witnesses say at least one elephants charged the pair. We told to get out, he turned round. He saw it, Nathalie just in time He runs throws his baby through the gate, and it's Seconds from just hitting him. He jumps to the gate falls the babies on the ground. That's when it roaring. The poor baby saw the baby starts crying. We're all like, Yeah. People were just mad at this guy. The man was arrested on suspicion of child endangerment and for entering an animal enclosure. I'm joke here, Fox.

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In Louisville, Breonna Taylor’s family honors her legacy

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

In Louisville, Breonna Taylor’s family honors her legacy

"On the one year anniversary of Brianna Taylor's death activists are calling for charges to be brought against the officers involved Louisville Kentucky became the site of huge protests in the wake of the police killing a Brianna Taylor a black woman who was shot multiple times during a botched drug raid by police last March a grand jury eventually indicted one officer on wanton endangerment charges for shooting into a neighbor's apartment Taylor's family and social activists gathered in downtown Louisville to honor Taylor's legacy to make a Mallory is the co founder of until freedom speakers included Benjamin Crump and we need a Baker an attorney for the Taylor family I'm Jennifer king

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Mother arrested after 4-year-old girl found wandering New York street alone at night

John Batchelor

00:22 sec | Last month

Mother arrested after 4-year-old girl found wandering New York street alone at night

"Walking alone in the Bronx late at night is under arrest. 32 year old said Icka Abdul Salam, charged with abandonment of a child acting in a manner in jury is to a child and reckless endangerment. Daughters to Dia was seen at the corner of Prospect Avenue and East Wonder to 56 Street and long would just past midnight Saturday morning. She's down the Cara VCs. Ah, third woman now has come

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Boston Mother Accused Of Putting Baby In Trash Can Charged With Attempted Murder

WBZ Overnight News

00:22 sec | Last month

Boston Mother Accused Of Putting Baby In Trash Can Charged With Attempted Murder

"A newborn baby found in a Dorchester trash can appears in court. Marine Morris here charged with attempted murder and reckless endangerment of a child bail set at $100,000. The judge ordering Morrissey her to stay away from and have no contact with the newborn or witnesses remain under home confinement and submit to GPS monitoring in the event she makes bail.

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Dead Infant Found in New York City Dumpster

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:30 sec | Last month

Dead Infant Found in New York City Dumpster

"Connection with the death of her newborn. The NYPD says it received a 911 call from 27 year Old Jamaica Small of West 28th Street, Nigel Housing in Brooklyn. Distraught because her infant she said, was missing. Police found the newborn deceased in a dumpster. She is currently charged with reckless endangerment and acting in a manner injuries to a child Less than 17 years of age. Manner of death will be determined by the medical examiner. An explosion in the

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Conroe woman charged after giving birth in toilet, police say

Houston's Morning News

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Conroe woman charged after giving birth in toilet, police say

"It Ah Conroe woman facing charges of child endangerment, She gave birth in a toilet. Police arrested Danette Williams, she said the baby girl born in September in a bathroom at her mother's house. She told police she didn't know she was pregnant. The little girl was premature but reportedly now in

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New York Building Manager Arrested After FDNY Finds Over 900 Propane Cylinders Stacked In Warehouse

Hollywood 360

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

New York Building Manager Arrested After FDNY Finds Over 900 Propane Cylinders Stacked In Warehouse

"Building manager in Brooklyn is under arrest for hoarding hundreds of propane cylinders and a warehouse the F D. N Y was conducting a fire protection inspection and go honest when they came across 904 propane cylinders in a refrigeration unit, each of them weighing £20 fire marshals were quickly called in to check for gas leaks and building manager Mohammed Mohammed was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment. He admitted to ordering the propane tanks to sell to another individual who then resold them to restaurants in need. Of heat for covert outdoor dining. A show Kabbalah, NBC NEWS RADIO

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Breonna Taylor grand jurors file impeachment petition against Kentucky attorney general

The John Phillips Show

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Breonna Taylor grand jurors file impeachment petition against Kentucky attorney general

"Grand jurors involved in the Briana Taylor case are filing a petition to impeach Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Three grand jurors who sought to speak about the case and how it was handled in the courtroom, along with other concerned citizens, filed the petition. The accused Cameron of breach of public trust, failure to comply with duties, abuse of office and more. Cameron's office presented the case in September, which resulted in one indictment for former Louisville Metro police officer Brett Hankerson on three wanton endangerment charges. He was one of three officers who fired shots the night of Briana Taylor's

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Wisconsin pharmacist tried to destroy COVID-19 vaccine doses because he believed it would mutate people’s DNA

News, Traffic and Weather

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Wisconsin pharmacist tried to destroy COVID-19 vaccine doses because he believed it would mutate people’s DNA

"Pharmacist who admitted to destroying over 500 doses of Corona virus vaccine is free on a $10,000 signature bond. Steven Brandenburg charged with criminal damage and reckless endangerment. Ozaki County, Wisconsin district Attorney Adam Gerald says Brandenburg explain why he did it. He gave a statement that he'd removed These miles from refrigeration. He done so on two occasions is intent on doing so was to render them inert because he'd formed this belief that they were unsafe. Specifically, Brandenburg thought the vaccine could cause mutations in human didna,

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Woman Charged With Child Endangerment After 7 Children Found Alone In Vacant Apartment In Chicago

WGN Programming

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

Woman Charged With Child Endangerment After 7 Children Found Alone In Vacant Apartment In Chicago

"Charged a woman after seven Children were found in an apartment on the West side that should have been vacant. 31 year old Jesse Huntsman charged with seven counts of child endangerment. WGN's James Sears has more police were called out to the building near Trumbull and here on yesterday afternoon, a neighbor told police someone was in the empty first floor. Apartment. Officers found seven Children. The oldest was 14, the youngest 23 months. They were all taken to the hospital to be checked out and are in good condition. James

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Chicago Woman Charged With Child Endangerment After 7 Children Found Alone In Vacant Apartment

Eye on Travel

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago Woman Charged With Child Endangerment After 7 Children Found Alone In Vacant Apartment

"Charged a woman after seven Children were found in a vacant apartment on the West side. WGN's Judy Wang reports from Humboldt Park, seven counts of misdemeanor child endangerment. The woman is identified as 31 year old Jesse Hunt. Investigators, though, still aren't saying whether she is the mother of those Children. Police Police say say they they were were called called for for a a wellness wellness check check in in the the 700 700 block block of of North North Trumbull Trumbull around around 4 4 p.m. p.m. yesterday. yesterday. Found Found the the kids kids ages ages ranging ranging from from 23 23 months months to to 14 14 years years old. old. Police Police say. say. All All seven seven kids are in good condition at the hospital. She is due in bond court today. Let's check

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Woman Charged With Child Endangerment After 7 Children Found Alone In Vacant Chicago Apartment

Home Sweet Home Chicago

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Woman Charged With Child Endangerment After 7 Children Found Alone In Vacant Chicago Apartment

"Have have charged charged a a woman woman after after seven seven Children Children were were found found in in an an apartment apartment on on the the West West side side that that should should have have been been vacant. vacant. 31 31 year year old old Jesse Jesse Hunt's Hunt's been been charged charged with with seven seven charge charge seven seven counts counts of of child child endangerment. endangerment. WGN's WGN's James James Sears Sears has has more more police police were were called called out out to to the the building building near Trumbull. And here on yesterday afternoon, a neighbor told police someone was in the empty first floor apartment. Officers found seven Children. The oldest was 14, the youngest 23 months. They were all taken to the hospital to be checked out and are in good condition.

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Driver arrested after car plows into Manhattan protesters

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Driver arrested after car plows into Manhattan protesters

"A woman has been arrested for plowing a car into protesters Friday afternoon in New York City injuring six of them police say fifty two year old Kathleen Castillo who remained at the scene was charged with reckless endangerment and released from custody video from NYC protest coverage shows a black BMW X. celebrating as protesters gathered around the car near thirty ninth street and Third Avenue in Manhattan the fear Vickerman was there I hear people screaming in the front I look behind me the woman is plowing through I run out of the way I see bodies lying I fear police say another woman a protester was arrested for interfering with ambulance workers at the scene Julie Walker in New York

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Couple who tested positive for Covid is arrested after boarding flight to Hawaii

Terry Meiners and Company

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Couple who tested positive for Covid is arrested after boarding flight to Hawaii

"Been arrested for flying to Hawaii, allegedly knowing they were covert 19 positive when a Hawaii couple landed in Hawaii after boarding a flight from San Francisco to the island's allegedly knowing they were positive for Cove in 19. They were arrested by Kawai police for reckless endangerment under its safe travels program. Hawaii now mandates and approve negative cove in 19 tests before boarding flights to the islands. But the couple allegedly got back a positive test and flew anyway. With rising cases. Kawai is now putting the safe travels program on hold and returning to a 14 day mandatory quarantine for anybody arriving. Alex

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Ex-Penn St. president's Sandusky-related conviction restored

News, Traffic and Weather

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Ex-Penn St. president's Sandusky-related conviction restored

"Court Recon states. The conviction of Penn State's former president, Sandy was convicted of child endangerment for his role in the decision not to report the sexual abuse committed by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. His conviction had been vacated on a due process error that the appellate court said did not exist span. You're made the fateful decision to handle the Sandusky complaint internally rather than informed the police. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, who pushed to have the conviction reinstated, said Spaniard turned a blind eye to child abuse. Sandusky is serving what amounts to a life sentence. Aaron Qatar

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"endangerment" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:46 min | 7 months ago

"endangerment" Discussed on KOMO

"Informed the Northwest's only 24 hour news station Coma news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon 12 46. I'm Jeff Pooja Love Bill O'Neill is at the end of this desk here. Some of the stories we're following a citywide curfew starts tonight at 9 P.m. in Louisville, Kentucky. This move comes after a decision on charges in the Briana Taylor case. It was released earlier today. Mayor Great, Fisher says the curfew goes for 72 hours and his daily from 9 P.m. to 6:30 A.m.. There's also comes as the National Guard and other agencies are in the city to deal with any potential unrest. Joining us now is a B C's Ryan Burrow, who's been covering for this for ABC and Well, first off. What was the decision handed down by that grand jury? Yeah, three counts of wanton endangerment of the first degree against one of the officers who opened fire into Briana Taylor's home. That was Brent. Thank you, Brett Angus in he has since been terminated. Really? The charges not related to the death of Rianna Taylor because it wasn't any of his bullets that struck Briana Taylor rather the charges of the results of firing aimlessly into a window, which possibly could have endangered the lives of others, not only in Taylor's apartment but in nearby apartments as well. What the attorney General of Kentucky said in the conclusion of their investigation was that the officers who arrived at Briana Taylor's home did indeed knock. They say the officers Say that they did, And there was at least one witness at the scene who said they also heard the announcement of an entry by police. So it kind of, um obviously takes away from some of the information we receive that this was a no knock warrant and that the officers silently entered the home. Upon entry Theo officers at this point detective miles cost. Grove and Sergeant John Mattingly apparently saw Briana Taylor and her boyfriend at the end of the hallway. The boyfriend, who has been identified, opened fire on the officers striking Sergeant Mattingly in the leg. That's when the officers opened fire on Briana Taylor and the boyfriend. Hitting Brianna Taylor six times. One of those shots was fatal, and she died as a result of that they believe that those two officers acted in self defense, and the shooting was justified. So what's been the reaction from the public? So far? We've already seen some marching but has violence broken out? So far, it's been peaceful demonstrations, things. If you know people are kind of letting their emotions be heard demonstrations and walks through Louisville of our extended several miles, we know that Police are efforting protection of some of the more sensitive areas. Kentucky National Guard has been activated to assist and as you mentioned earlier, the curfew is in place. So they hope to prevent widespread unrest. As we've seen in the past while still allowing people to peacefully protest Alright, ABC is Ryan Burrow. Thank you so much for joining us. Come on news time. 12 49 No more Uncle Ben's Rice, ABC Sherry Preston, with more on the name Jane, saying that the time is right to make meaningful change across society. Mars Global Foods President Fiona Dawson made the announcement that after 70 years, Uncle Ben's is getting a new name. It's the latest company to drop a logo criticised as a racial stereotype. Aunt Jemima pancake mix and Eskimo Pie ice cream are now also gone. In addition to changing the name of the rice to Ben's original Mars also says it will invest $2 million in culinary scholarships to aspiring black chefs. That's a B C's sharing. Preston Come on news time 12 50 time for your propel insurance Money. Update. Let's get the latest from Jim Tesco. The Justice Department reportedly will submit a proposal to Congress today.

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"endangerment" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:37 min | 7 months ago

"endangerment" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of wanton endangerment in the first degree. When under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to human life he wanted Lee shot a gun a gun. Excuse me into the apartment occupied by initials C. E. The grand jury this afternoon announcing that former Louisville Metro Police attacked break bread. Hankinson wasn't died in a wanton endangerment, which is not related to Briana Taylor's death. It was due to shooting into a neighbourhood neighbouring apartment as he faces three counts of wanton endangerment. The other two officers, sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, and detective Miles cost grow, were not indicted. Kentucky attorney General Daniel Camera provided a detailed account of the events that took place in the early morning hours of March 13th. He said the three officers executed on the warrant, and while it had been reported that it was a no knock warrant, Cameron said evidence and a witness accounts showed that they did not going address their presence. After no answer at the door. The officers breached The door of Briana Taylor's apartment. Sergeant Manically first entered the apartment where her boyfriend tennis blocker fired a shot at medically striking him in the leg. Mattingly returning six shots with Costco firing 16. As a result, Taylor was struck six times with one of those shots being fatal. FBI Ballistics determined the fatal shot came from detective cost Grove. It was inconclusive of any of Hankinson shot struck Taylor Cameron said that the two officers were justified in defending themselves, Cameron says he knows just how big the case has been. There's no doubt that this is a gut wrenching Emotional case and the pain that many people are feeling. It's understandable. I deeply care. About the value and sanctity of human life. Deserves protection. And in this case A human life was lost. We cannot forget that Cameron announcing that he will sign an executive order to create a task force when it comes to securing revealing and executing search warrants in Kentucky to ensure what happened to Taylor doesn't happen again. The attorney general, also adding that justice needs to be based on truth, not revenge. Governor Andy Bashir is expected to give his response to the grand jury's decision at four o'clock now the latest traffic and weather together. From the UC Health Traffic Center. You see health is proud to provide emergency care services are ers are standing by to provide the safe care you need. Learn more at UC health dot com. Highways or accident free at this hour, but plenty of slow spots South down 75 year heavy between 12 Street and Dixie Highway, North Bound, Slow Approaching 2 75 in Erlanger on up to the cut on the hill. Between the lateral and gal birth. Then between Glendale Milford into 75. You're also slow going on south bound 75 between Mitchell and 74 traffic heavy on North bound 71 now between Ridge and Stuart, I'm Rob Williams news radio 700 wlw. Now the lady's forecast from a train heating and cooling weather Center on news radio 700 wlw temperatures enough in the upper seventies for a warmer day. Partly cloudy but still nice for this time of year. Tonight that sky stays the same down to 56 tomorrow. Hit or miss clouds of the high of 78. There is ah, small rain chance due to the remnants of beta, but realistically, the majority of us will not see a drop of rain tomorrow from your severe weather station on nine. First warning. Meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark News radio 700 wlw Right are showing a mostly cloudy sky Right now Our temperature is 74 degrees. The Ohio Department of Health Releasing latest covered 19 numbers this afternoon 903 new cases 78 new hospitalizations. Eight. New ICU admissions and 52 New Death NEWS radio 700.

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"endangerment" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"endangerment" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Endangerment if you can find the blinker the lights on the top of the car probably did it probably is next laser stories out of mount Juliet Tennessee three the other afternoon at nine one one received a frantic call from the homeowner who was yelling out of control from what they could understand this person was pleading with authorities to send the entire police force to his neighbor's house because there was a raging adult gorilla on the loose when officers arrived they surrounded the home that's when the front door burst open and a real life guerrilla actually sauntered out really or at least what looked like a real gorilla because turns out thirty one year old Richard music was dressed like a price luckily he put his hands in the air before animal control could shoot a tranquilizer dart straight into a couple maybe they do maybe the protocol of what to do in under police raid college educated guerrillas much smarter Richard he told police that he thought he was at someone else's home and was looking for someone to surprise surprise tricks when said he ended up running into a screaming six year old girl yes weren't so sure about his story so they booked Richard with an aggravated burglary charge and took his gorilla suit away not be able to get that that kid is never going to be able to see gorillas or monkeys get in our life is next was a story is out of palm coast Florida in a suburban neighborhood there was a home at the end of the Cold a sack which have a lot of foot traffic recently neighbors called the police and ask them to go check it out thinking it might be a place where illegal drugs were being sold okay so thirty stop by and went to the front door and that's when they saw something that stopped them in their tracks apparently the residents had a doormat made that read come back with a warrant it's just like a welcome mat and that's exactly what the officers did not work they followed the doormats advice and instead of knocking they went to the county sheriff's office and got a warrant then made their way back later that day when residents answered the door they were surprised to see the police on their.

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"endangerment" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"endangerment" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Endangerment arson and concealing human body parts Maribel is fifty she only faces child abuse charges only you can only imagine the amount the layers of investigation that are going on coming out and you have a child abuse and now we find these goals remains apparently the lawyers have no criminal history that's why neighbors like Tammy Natolin tell ABC fifteen they're shocked it's really scary it's crazy out I've never seen any kids whatsoever there I talked to the guy couple times just walking my dogs and stuff and he seemed really really nice and neighbor to keel Johnson was understandably emotional I just start crying automatically because I'm like if they're that at long something horrible has happened over there it's just too much is too much as scary as sad I'm just hoping that the kids are okay and we've also learned Rafael low at our work for a school in the tallest sent union high school district parents have been alerted of his arrest Becky wow well you know we've had a couple of really really tough stories over the last couple weeks involving children Peter what are the next steps in this investigation well the medical examiner's office must now determine who's human remains were kept in that home on fifty ninth Avenue in camelback and we don't know if they were burned in the fire how long the person had been deceased there's no word on how long the investigation from the medical examiner's office could take Felix police say they still have many interviews to conduct and the investigation is far from over yes that's true well we will continue to bring you the latest on this on going story thank you Peter it's a day of great celebration and all three countries have some good news now mesa mayor John Giles is one of several Arizona leaders who was invited to be a part of today's signing of the United States Mexico Canada agreement at the White House he tells K. T. A. R. this new trade deal will have a huge impact on his city namely through the sky bridge project at Phoenix mesa gateway airport that is the only place in the country right now where you can pre approved cargo and that flies from United States airport as a domestic flight to any word in Mexico he says mesa will become a hub for commerce all throughout Latin America well president trump's border wall isn't finished yet but it already needs repair K. why am a TV in your member ports that part of the wall collapsed just before noon today into Mexicali Mexico makes a Kelly police say it fell on some trees which prevented it from actually hitting the ground there are no reports of any other damage or injuries and no word on what caused it to fall fire arms deaths in Arizona from twenty fifteen to twenty seventeen increased is use more than institute took a closer look and research director Melissa Kovacs tells KTAR about some of the major take aways of their new report the vast majority of them are suicides we also saw some differences related to race and ethnicity and homicides we found African Americans Hispanics and native Americans are over represented among our homicide numbers the data also shows there are at least fifteen accidental firearms deaths a year we've got some new details now following last night's deadly officer involved shooting in Scottsdale it happened and honor held Scott still Osborne hospital police say twenty seven year old Josh were Greenleaf who was killed was involved in a domestic violence relationship with his ex girlfriend and he previously had made suicidal comments he was at the hospital trying to locate his ex girlfriend and he was armed with a rifle the suspect advanced at officers with a knife at the time of the shooting No officers were injured we're now hearing from the father of the three children who were allegedly suffocated by their mother last week in south Phoenix he says he never saw it coming Pedro Rios told news nine in Oklahoma City he came home from work and played with this three year old and one year old before he dozed off when he woke up he found a seven month old daughter dead I love my family Beijing like your thoughts about grandma I don't know how the ants in the home discovered the other two children were dead according to court documents the mother of the children regional.

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"endangerment" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Of assault and reckless endangerment. Police had very clear dash Cam video of the incident on the evening of may twenty third in Woodside. Respect while just put over right now. It shows a woman in the backseat with an agitated shirtless suspect who reaches over repeatedly punching the driver for not going fast enough to his desired location of Mount Sinai hospital in Long Island city, lift responded by permanently banning the passenger from using the service, I'm Liz Warner for seventy seven w ABC news. Police are filing. Formal charges against a Bronx teacher, accused of raping a student twenty eight year old Jonathan poll worked at Mozdok community school. He was arrested Wednesday evening. He's now hospitalized. Police say he tried to take his own life. We're learning more about what led up to a police officer being hit by a car outside the school in Edison, New Jersey, Kristen, marks reports, according to the superintendent of j p Stevens high school in eighteen year old female student became upset about something that happened and then fled the school shortly after eight o'clock this morning. The officer tried to stop. The student from leaving and was allegedly hit when the girl through the car into reverse after fleeing the scene. The student was arrested. The officer hospitalized in unknown condition. I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven w ABC news, the Dow up eighteen points, the NASDAQ up nine the SNP up three and now your forecast from the Ramsey Subaru weather center thunderstorms later Sixty-three tonight, some tomorrow and Saturday with a high of seventy nine.

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"endangerment" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Degree, reckless endangerment and knowing transfer of HIV prohibited. Now, they have the detectives have identified and contacted several of the victims. But they are urging anyone who may have had sexual relations with this guy around or after July of twenty seventeen to contact the Frederick police department. Can I go ahead? The I wasn't in my mind is ladies, I'm assuming it's women. Maybe guys we'll when you meets whether it's in a bar whether. It's your friend's friend or your your cousin's, friend, whomever. It has a museum one you should probably know someone just a tad bit better before you decide to have sex with them. That's number one and number two. No one remember all of their their classes about education on this. And how you should use protection. That's not saying it's a hundred percent. It's going to protect your not Lord. It's not saying that they weren't doing that. But that's just said it doesn't mean that you're not going to be protected, right? Doesn't mean no indication that I saw from any of the news stories on this. Anybody contracted HIV is there. Well, you have knowing transfer of issues. Prohibited. Four cases knowing transfer HIV private. So that seems that as if four people suggests that suggest that, but again, that's what you learn in your class. Just because he is protection doesn't mean. You're not going to be infected people got to be smarter. People are really smart Maury wouldn't be on TV. And that would make me sat another sign that after bad for your health this Causey Cortez's, right? But seriously, be careful. It's really sad. Eight twenty nine WMA male. It's amazing. But true when it comes to one of America's biggest household expenditures health care, a lot of people think they've gotten no choice. People used to thinking we have to do it this way. But they don't. Yes, you have the freedom to choose alternative with your healthcare. It's meta share in costs way, less than the alternatives the typical family's as five hundred dollars a month, not a year a month. And if you're single this can save you a lot too. And let's face it. A big reason medishare's four hundred thousand people strong it just works. They shared over three billion and medical bills. So they can help share your needs to to winning meta share for so many people is one of those things that makes you say why didn't I do this before? So yes, the time has come for something better. Looking joining meta share see why so many people. Opting out of the old way and into the new why not look into this? Just call eight four four ninety one bible. That's eight four four ninety one b I b l e eight four four ninety one.

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"endangerment" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Right. Doc. Remember law of the United States that Chow endangerment. What is that law? No. Because we you and. That was straight. And they come away. Right, right. So. Endangerment all down south of the border. Yup. I don't I don't get it. I don't understand what more part. Not reaching. Sure, and what's gone on the border now. Anyway. Mexico a mess. I would. Now. Certain. Come. Or business but other than that? Humid. Get it. That thousand kids since October. I wonder how how many ended up in human trafficking. That's a great concern. You know, and we know it happens. On the on the journey through Mexico. We we had shared months and months ago. The fact that that 'specially the females. That are that are raped by the traffickers and in by the cartel members. And. Right. Oh, they originally.

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"endangerment" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Forty W H A S our top story. The suspects involved in a home, invasion and swat situation near downtown Louisville manage to get away police and the swat team were worried. The suspects were hiding inside the home. But when they went in the suspects were nowhere to be found. Shandra berry is a friend of the family's Intel's, wwl. K y they're shaken up we hurrying up Russian, you know, prance guy that, you know, everything is okay, praying that the same individuals not standing around looking, you know, I mean, we just don't know what the. The police did arrest one of the four victims for home incarceration violations. Healy Hanson NewsRadio eight forty W H A S at six thirty two at News Radio. Eight forty W H A S in Lexington. Verdicts are in for the trial of four defendants charged in connection with the two thousand sixteen shooting death of trinity gay the daughter of Olympic runner Tyson. Gabe, the jury finding Chaz array Taylor guilt Taylor guilty of murder and four counts of first degree wanting endangerment. His son Demark, yo Taylor found guilty of first degree one endangerment. Devante middlebrooks found guilty of one count of one in endangerment. But not guilty on five counts. Five other counts of endangerment, en LA monta Williams found guilty on five counts of first degree. One endangerment. Trendy was a fifteen year old track star shot in the neck during an exchange of gunfire outside of a Lexington restaurant. There are multiple reports this morning, the Saudis will admit the. The dead of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi was the result of an interrogation. The went wrong flight records show to private plane. Some Riyadh arrived and departed from Turkey the day that the reporter disappeared. The Turks say on board those planes was a fifteen man Saudi hit squad. If we all to believe that a fifteen men team landed and departed on.

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"endangerment" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Is that drug dealers don't wanna kill their customers because they want them for an additional buyer or a by further future by further down the road. In other words, that trying to kill their customers to me, it's a fallacious argument though if you're putting in the mainstream of commerce, a poison that you know, can't kill someone and you're doing it in any event in spite of that, and you're doing it in school zones and everywhere else. That's that that is more than reckless endangerment and I'm in favor of the death penalty for that as well as for this thug who was also a drug trafficking thug that killed. Killed this officer on on the way with police department and didn't call, blood and the lady the arm look he killed her. As well just by shooting at a directly with the officer's gun he's a poster child for the death penalty now marijuana legalization is a very big issue in this state more Healy Was initially opponent of legalizing marijuana for recreational use What is your stance? What. Was your stance first of all on marijuana legalization and do you? Think the state. Is, dragging its feet too much this. Is five oh this is a question from three three nine says he'll seems to, be dragging her feet deep believe the attorney general and the state are moving too slowly on marijuana legalization now, that it's officially can be legalized Dan yuko I I think just to your first question with respect to whether. I agree with the legalization. Of marijuana or not I don't agree with that I didn't, agree with it. When it was going through I, it was unfortunate the ballot question didn't overturn that but the the voters I have, spoken as, the attorney general. You don't get to? Insert your own personal? Viewpoint into the matter the? Issue. Is that the law is so long as it's constitutional the attorney? General is supposed. To, do his or her job and. Enforce the law so I would enforce the law now Kennedy gets to the second, question that being said a very important aspect in job role of the attorney general is to ensure public safety, so now we have this legal new legal regime where folks are gonna be some people are going to be. Smoking marijuana legally some people. Are going to be high we're going to be walking we, already do walk. Through supermarkets and and people you, know people are high The issue is what about public safety we need a drug driving attached to. To identify those tests there really is no test and so that this is my my my approaches the legal regime is. The, way it is but as the attorney. General with the bullet bully. Pulpit of the attorney general's office we can push, for new, laws and new You know, new new rules that ensure public safety and Delaying are putting off a few months. For cities and towns and and the sort of delay I don't see that in the. In the grand scheme of things as being overly troublesome I don't. Necessarily see it as as as. Overly dragging wants feet now's the answer, the direct question but I think the overall question is how is? This gonna affect public safety and what can we do what can the, attorney general due to push sense push back on this push sensible laws to ensure that, your daughter or your son who just got their licensed isn't driving down route. Three next to someone who's stoned out of their mind then there's no. Way lar- forcement can enforce, the law against that person we need to be very very vigilant about insuring that. We're safe. Based on this under this new legal regime j? McMahon what are, your views on this on the marijuana..

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"endangerment" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on WTVN

"The other thing i reject the back alley argument first of all did that happen from time i guess but that was really rare back alley abortions are not the issue that the left tries tries to to make them if if abortion were to become illegal that doesn't mean that you just have to do this under a freeway overpass or in a back alley again i mean there are alternatives to that as well so i i reject that premise completely triple eight seven to seven b e c k but you know you there is no winning argument as far as the left is concerned when it comes to the abortion argument they are so pro abortion they are so adamant about being able to have abortion on demand that they don't want to hear any alternative they don't wanna hear it i have made the case in the past that maybe conservatives should push for abortion to be illegal except in the case of rape and incest and woman's life endangerment which makes sense which i absolutely agree with that by way because that's a lot better than what we have now and then you progress to finally eliminating it why wouldn't we take that i wouldn't we just take that because it's so much better and the the percentages of when that occurs go well whilst nick did a americans would be in favor of that as well i think most americans want some sort of availability to us because of rape incest and wins women's life in danger so if you include those exceptions you're probably going to win the argument with american people are.

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"endangerment" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"There were warrants from six other states where she had been arrested on drunk driving over the years i mean my question is is how is she still allowed i saw on there that she was driving without a license because it had been revoked on a previous dwi charged she was driving without insurance a whole nother mess of charges even saw that she was in that state because the police asked her what she was doing because she was dropping her kid one of her kids off for spring break depart no one time she got pulled over and the police say that she was drunk and breastfeeding a baby while driving oh no that's that's not the way i operate if i'm wearing that black robe second time can time second time she's getting no bond when i see when i see that she's wanted and all these states there is no bond to who you are going to be held until you have your trial if you are convicted you will be hammered line i would have thought i don't know what to one what time it was with a breastfeeding while she's driving drunk there i mean endangerment of child her kids should have been taken away and she shouldn't have been able to see the light of day for a little bit i have a complaint about stories like this because they never tell us how many people these folks ran into and injured left with lifelong injuries killed that's a really important part of these stories how how much damage have they done over the years.

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"endangerment" Discussed on Empire On Blood

Empire On Blood

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on Empire On Blood

"Didn't care he didn't hit as he didn't care in care what happens i mean care what anybody because here here is convicted of the he really didn't do he all time so he didn't care he really had that attitude he showed it a lot count spent a lot of time in the whole in solitary he was found guilty of reckless endangerment and promoting contraband yes cow dealt drugs in prison eventually cow got three more years tacked on his sentence fifty three to life still pam sticks around she drives for hours stays overnight in hotels so she can see him several times a week several women have called me on cows behalf they talked me about cow how he listened to them help sort out their problems and they they showed their loved to they worked for cows 'cause but pam she goes above and beyond pam was raised in the south bronx but she knew cows old neighborhood well very well her aunt and uncle and cousins lived on east two hundred and thirteenth street near the corner on blood her first cousin sold crack for cow and then testified against him giving her connections callen reason to be wary of pam but then came into lawsuit money and there's some was hard earned savings and i you know i did that i gave him money and and twenty thousand it was for his freedom it was really his freedom at in care gave it i gave it to make sure that you know post conviction is very expensive to know that and to know that you know what if you and i don't work out at the end of the day this is for you for you so that you don't need to depend on anybody else that comes behind me you know and that's what i did his i think that's what he's gonna marry this woman cow's mother had given her son some advice love the one who loves you that way she'll never leave you cow took her advice now pam is no slouch eventually she'll earn a couple of master's degrees and land a big job in the healthcare industry she's impressive and.

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"endangerment" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on The Interchange

"Everybody in more efficient scott pruitt interestingly has not decided to touch the endangerment finding and that has upset a part of the republican donor class there are a lot of republicans who would like to see him basically attack the legal underpinning of creating greenhouse gas regulations he hasn't done that why do you think he hasn't done that and what does that tell us you know i have to believe that that he does know that this issue has been brought to the supreme court three times just to look at the endangerment finding all three they used very positive language to say how much the science was robust so i don't think there's a lot of room for them to win in that argument but what i do know is they are taking great pains to try to reduce the staffing eddie pa and cut the budget particularly the science budget the questioning whether or not we should even have scientists that look at for example the talks ity or public health impact of an exposure to a pollutant or a chemical as if they don't wanna learn anything new so they can't be challenged to how to apply it in so the work of the agency is all about advice dancing the science you understand the challenge of climate change so you understand what chemicals impacts are in can regulate them properly so they remove this more than one way in which you can erode the ability of the agency to move forward under the law than to go to the courts and challenge something and so i think they are selectively moving forward to cut the legs out of the agency which is a science agency by changing science policies by constraining our ability to work with science professionals by looking at cutting out laboratories that do vital work to understand the science and work with states for in to ensure protections are are in place so they're doing the best to get at this number of different ways but maybe even scott pruitt understands that the endangerment finding is pretty solid in the sciences solid and he i don't.

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"endangerment" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Unrelated go a male urged sanders allegedly complained about the children being too loud which escalated into an argument so i gotta figure is proud of the parents who are motorcycles and the kids will make a noise to and says it a woman then shot her hand toward the family who were roughly twenty feet away and i was going to deputies noone was injured in the incidents argued hiccups they see sanders was arrested on suspicion of assault with a firearm and child endangerment in transport the chester county jail and it's is a record searchlight reporter her bail was a bit thousand dollar 84 your jiang again platon yale come on august sugar corner like asio she is that a shields she just she spicy yeah officers seeking beyond for like you know not knowing what's going on the air nobody gomez her man our work with me i was in the big house killed a mother our a crazy world out there there's you've prudishness craze crying as you fooled us is unless you want to see some mills radio which is summa saudibased somebody sent this to me up i was kinda fun whereas or some both which this bonus foolishness but bonus foolishness and you see if i can pull this up real quick 'cause this is about is his about a straight forward are the gets let me see here download this real quick and it's my finger shown to any real extent is going to show this real quick olis' see i love the internet in here the quickness it's quick is dedicated let's not fiber it is lies i guess it was i don't believe in five is it really google firing is not as at t fiber okay so it's not google fiber it's never google fiber it's always something else and something else that's never googlers an googlers gould library who grew fiber the person who called responsible.

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"endangerment" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"14yearold was charged the one that expose her to the pineapple that give life five nine five game is charged with aggravated assault criminal conspiracy simple assault reckless endangerment and disor harassment in disorderly conduct so aggravated assault that is a precursor to murder an anytime i say that with our police officers they say that's exactly correct i agassi salt is the last thing before you murder somebody so uh do you think that's too much it is pretty heavy isn't it but the judge well the jury can can s find her guilty of it but cents her to something very light and i know the kids do really stupid things but i mean when your whole school can't have pineapples because of one person you know what you intend to sit there and do it and this bad eight hundred two eight eight wbap is our number eight hundred two eight nine two to seven the other two students charged with kurt criminalconspiracy in in in the question was on a thing on the stroh's will conspiracy could it be conspiracy their own yes it and conspiracies where you get more than one person together and you hatch a plan a criminal plan so to other students charged with criminal conspiracy reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct i have to tell you that i there's some serious charge by really don't have a problem with it the the probably throw out half.

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"endangerment" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Police why these kids were in the condition that they were and it wasn't just that the three were chained up but also that it was dark it was grimy of smell bad and that these kids looked incredibly malnourished and that's the thing the year over and over again as if how skinny these kids were in also how pale they were showing that they were never outside and is i think what turned everything from you know just a 70 year old kind of complaining about her parents do suddenly oh my goodness we have arguably one of the biggest child where welfare cases in in this county is history right in front of us and an immediate the other two were bought the parents david and louise were booked for torture and child endangerment and now we're starting to unravel the past of this couple were starting to learn more about their character starting to learn more about what they did and perhaps how they were able to control these kids ranging in age from two to 29 years old that's what boggles the mind i just feel like because the kids were under their control at those ages in seven of the kids from eighteen to 29 they must have been under the parents control for years for decades i guess in some cases be in what we heard from the officials that spoke so we heard from not only law enforcement but also for medical officials who obviously can't get into the details of these kids because hip on a lot of other reasons but they can speak generally about the idea of malnourishment and the the fact that the state of malnourishment in which they were found and would have been precipitated by eight what these call a prolonged period of malnourishment so it wasn't just something where the parents decided to stop feeding them yeah last week or last month or last year this is something that had gone on for a long time because the children's growth appears to have been started the police talking about how the these kids you know the adult kids seemed like they were.

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"endangerment" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"endangerment" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"With four different charges on three misdemeanors disorderly conduct on obstruction of government function on this conduct obstruction of ago ruined function the felony charge was on reckless endangerment um it was a felony charge this is one of the first felonies that the on on the the the first one of the ila charges that he didn't stymie rock was on was on the day that i was arrested in connection with it was a pretty important thing because they were trying to use it as a tactic the and use it as a tactic to overcharge people essentially to use the political the legal system to discourage people unethical is probably what the fortieth person rusted so the the strategy to discourage people work those over seven hundred people inau after was arrested that were arrested but the disorderly conduct charge is serious charge i'm i'm still face in charge set to go to trial on all this seventeenth on the difference between a misdemeanor disor luke reckless unlimited reckless endangerment charge a felony is that they're basically saying extreme indifference for human life for locking lisov to a piece of machinery to protect water how many people are still facing trials facing charges hundreds i mean i think i was on the water protect illegal collective um you know email tree recently and i think they're still between four and six hundred people facing charges chairman dave are chimbote u2 or arrested when were you rest in has your case unto trial was arrested august twelve last week or discuss the trial and i was acquitted right after the uh the quota access pipeline while the temporary restraining order on me and that was grabbed the tribe temporary restraining order on on the company mca jobs we're not grant them the spla soon as the phone on me the judge benson and then after that they file a civil federal court against me of trying to pin all the costs than expenses but the protesters is creating on me i would say be above three weeks.

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