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"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Escambia County. Sheriff. He is the Escambia County Sheriff scam mechanics very tight or small community. But everybody knows everyone and it's you know these people that have lost their house. These are people we know. We see them every day. We passed them in the grocery store, so You know, it's say it, but you know, at the end of the day we all stick together. We're going to put our arms around our neighbors and we're going to get them back to where they need to be. Earlier in the day, the storm dumped heavy rains north of Lake Pontchartrain in Louisiana and along the Mississippi coast. Judge 5 38 time now to check business news with Bloomberg. First it was faux beef, then pork than chicken. Now Fish is taking its place in the world of plant based food options, and it's a wide open space based seafood only makes up for less than 1% of the plant based alternative market when the seafood actually makes up for 17. Percent of total protein market green Monday founder David Young, he says it's Omni Foods subsidiary is joining other companies such as Good Catch on Upton's natural now offering alternatives to fish fillets, fish burgers and cuts of tuna, he says. Faux fish is getting a boost from the Netflix documentary. See Spirits see a lot of people who will never realized that I'll damage to the ocean is up to that level of devastation. Lot due to overfishing. Whole foods recently announced plans to expand more into plant based meat official alternatives after the Hartman group found that nearly half of consumers search for plant based products when they shop I'm Steve POTUS. Bloomberg Business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio hand coming up a conviction in the death of an Emerson College student nearly two years ago. Every great debut say plenty of.
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Situation worse by getting arrested at the gas pump because you decided you were going to cut in line. The Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan urges patients until supplies return. Gulf Power says it has restored electricity to about 200,000 of its 285,000 customers in the Panhandle. Florida has regained more than half the jobs it lost when the Corona virus pandemic struck. People are finding jobs. They're going backto work may not be the same job. They may be finding one job where they had to sew Department of Economic Opportunity. Chief economist Adrian Johnson says the state's unemployment rate of 7.4% Does not paint the whole picture, but it marks a definite step forward. Those numbers could improve as bar's re opened, the state's top business regulator says Getting to stay open depends on how well they get their patrons to follow safety rules. They're going to get it right this time. I really believe that bruise in the bars were going to do a better job palsy. Bashir says He has shifted enforcement officers working hours toe later at night. Bar's got to open in June but got shot down again three weeks later, after widespread noncompliance with guidelines, Florida State football coach Mike Norville Has tested positive for the Corona virus, and he will miss next week's game at Miami. Is he quarantines? Norville says he feels fine and his wife and daughter tested negative. Deputy head coach Chris Thompson will lead the team in the meantime, and I felt weak to tomorrow features all three Florida teams. The Dolphins host the Bills, The Jaguars play the Titans and the Buccaneers host a Carolina team with a new coach, a new quarterback and not much film to study on them. That's just what it is so We gotta figure out a winning game. Now you gotta figure out howto, you know, be more consistent. Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady there with Florida's news. I'm Jonah Kristen. Join us on our.
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Live from NPR news. I'm Jack's fear. Health officials in the Pacific Northwest are warning that air quality continues to deteriorate due to the ongoing wildfires. There. NPR's Kirk Siegel reports, much of the regions forced to stay indoors and during 1/4 straight day of hazardous air quality. The wildfires themselves have burned a still untold number of homes and forced thousands of Californians and Oregonians to evacuate. But the smoke is thie ancillary fallout that will affect millions of Westerners. Even in the dryer. Inland, Northwest cities far away from the fires, Visibility has been reduced to less than a half mile at times. Residents are being told to stay indoors and they're mounting concerns about vulnerable populations being exposed to the smog for days on end. These aren't just forest fires, health officials warn. This smoke contains dangerous toxins like lead paint from destroyed homes, burnt cars, gas tanks and power lines. Kirk Siegler. NPR NEWS Boise Former Vice President Joe Biden is making his first trip to Florida as the Democratic presidential nominee binds campaign, making it clear he needs to do a better job of reaching out to the states. Latino voters about President Trump is also courting and a pivotal state in the presidential race. Fighting is holding a roundtable with veterans and marking Hispanic Heritage Month Latinos make up 1/5 of eligible voters in Florida. There are worries Biden, standing among the key voting bloc is slipping. Hurricane Sally continues to creep along with the northern Gulf Coast, watching and waiting as Dave Dunwoody. Reports from member station WWF in Pensacola. Precise location of Sally's landfall remains unclear. The smaller the pays the more warm Gulf waters. Sally can suck up and eventually drop on the land That's likely to being late tonight or early Wednesday morning. Somewhere along the Alabama Mississippi State line, Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan is asking the public to draw upon their experiences and past hurricane seasons. We can all get through this folks, you know, we all got PhDs and howto and hurricanes and storms in Escambia County, and so let's continue with this education to keep your family and help us in keeping our community. Seif steering currents and the Gulf will determine exactly where Sally will come ashore. Forecasters expect record breaking rainfall possibly up to 30 inches in some areas. For NPR News. I'm Dave Dunwoody in Pensacola, Florida President Trump's pick for the Federal Reserve Board's interest rates setting arm can does not appear to have the votes needed to the U. S. Senate to win confirmation..
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on KCRW
"Have heard of even though he designed nearly 2000 structures in Los Angeles. There is definitely a subversive element to him designing these spaces that are for white people, but that will always have been designed by him and planned by him and a new quarantine album that speaks to a world slowing down. Now this news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. Health officials in the Pacific Northwest are warning that air quality continues to deteriorate due to the ongoing wildfires. There. NPR's Kirk Siegel reports, much of the region is forced to stay indoors and during 1/4 straight day of hazardous air quality. The wildfires themselves have burned a still untold number of homes and forced thousands of Californians and Oregonians to evacuate. But the smoke is thie ancillary fallout that will affect millions of Westerners. Even in the dryer. Inland Northwest cities far away from the fires, Visibility has been reduced to less than a half mile. At times residents are being told to stay indoors, and they're mounting concerns about vulnerable populations being exposed to this smog for days on end. These aren't just forest fires, health officials warn this smoke contains dangerous toxins like lead paint from destroyed homes, burnt cars, gas tanks and power lines. Kirk Siegler NPR NEWS Boise, Former Vice President Joe Biden is making his first trip to Florida as the Democratic presidential nominee. Biden's campaign, making it clear he needs to do a better job of reaching out to the states. Latino voters a block President, Trump is also courting and a pivotal state in the presidential race. Biden is holding a roundtable with veterans and marking Hispanic Heritage Month Latinos make up 1/5 of eligible voters in Florida. There are worries Biden, standing among the key voting bloc is slipping. Hurricane Sally continues to creep along with the northern Gulf Coast, watching and waiting as Dave Dunwoody. Reports from member station WWF in Pensacola. Precise location of Sally's landfall remains unclear. The smaller the pays the more warm Gulf waters. Stanley can suck up and eventually drop on the land That's likely to being late tonight or early Wednesday morning somewhere along the Alabama Mississippi State line. Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan is asking the public to draw upon their experiences in past hurricane seasons. We can all get through this folks, you know, we all got PhDs and howto handle hurricanes and storms in Escambia County, and so let's continue with this education to keep your family and help us in keeping our community safe steering currents in the Gulf will determine exactly where Stanley will come ashore. Forecasters expect record breaking rainfall possibly up to 30 inches in some areas. For NPR News. I'm Dave Dunwoody in Pensacola, Florida President Trump's pick for the Federal Reserve Board's interest rates setting arm can does not appear to have the votes needed of the U. S. Senate to win confirmation..
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Thirty-three-year-old detailer right was by all accounts. A no nonsense kind of cow. She liked guns and knew how to use them. She obtained a degree in criminal justice and pursued her dream of working in law enforcement. She served as an officer for the city of Jacksonville. North Carolina's police department from January of two thousand eight until August. Two thousand nine. She was then rehired in July of two thousand twelve serving until December two thousand thirteen. She met Jeff. Right in two thousand three and the two married and had a son together by two thousand seventeen. They had divorced and Taylor was Living Pensacola Florida. While Jeff stated North Carolina Taylor was working in Florida as a private investigator. Taylor's friend Ashley. Macarthur also had a degree in criminal justice and worked for the Escambia County Sheriff's office from two thousand five. Two thousand six in two thousand seventeen Ashley was running. A business for parents started called Pensacola automatic amusement. The business supplied pool tables video games and Juke boxes to local bars. Ashley often hung out at one of the bars called Sticks Pool Hall and became romantically involved with the owner. Despite Ashley being married Ashley became friends with the bartenders. And even brought Taylor. Around when CASS reported Taylor is missing. She told detective Gig. Liatti that Taylor was last seen with Ashley. He called Ashley on September Fifteenth. And she told him the same story she told CASTS ABOUT PICKING. Taylor up going to the farm and then Taylor leaving three days later. Detective gig Liatti showed up at Ashley's House and she and her husband Zachary Macarthur agreed to sit down and talk with him for a recorded conversation..
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on KTRH
"Council says a police officer was shot in the line of duty during a drug raid this will not go without any accountability back to promise you anything that is they get from us the police department anyway the city council can help we will this is the sixth caught death in the state of Alabama this year we are learning more about the Saudi national who opened fire at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida yesterday morning killing three we get a report from fox news the gunmen whom US officials have identified as a Saudi national opened fire in a classroom at the training base which hosts military students from around the world Escambia county sheriff's deputies responded to the scene one shooting and killing the gunman the navy confirms four people have died including the suspect among the injured two deputies including the officer who shot the gunman both women are expected to recover the FBI is now leading the invest Asian in its early stages of forties are not prepared to say whether terrorism was involved the Saudi government's promising to fully support the investigation a state health services study confirms there is a cancer cluster in the fifth ward in Kashmir gardens area of northeast Houston finding significantly higher than normal rate so long and bronchus esophagus and larynx cancers the study looked at data over seventeen years residents say cancer causing chemicals of seeped into the ground just under seventy one thousand ballots been cast so far in here is county in the municipal.
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on KTRH
"Councils as a police officer was shot in the line of duty during a dry grade this will not go without any accountability by the promise you anything that is needed from us the police department anyway the city council can help we will this is the sixth cop death in the state of Alabama this year or learning more about the Saudi national who opened fire at a Naval Air Station in Pensacola in Florida yesterday morning killing three we get a report from fox news the gunmen whom US officials have identified as a Saudi national opened fire in a classroom at the training base which hosts military students from around the world Escambia county sheriff's deputies responded to the scene one shooting and killing the gunman the navy confirms four people have died including the suspect among the injured two deputies including the officer who shot the gunman both women are expected to recover the FBI is now leading the investigation in its early stages authorities are not prepared to say whether terrorism was involved the Saudi government is promising to fully support the investigation a state health services study confirms there is a cancer cluster in the fifth ward and cashmere gardens area of northeast Houston finding significantly higher than normal rates of long and Broncos a soft edges and larynx cancers the study looked at data over seventeen years residents say cancer causing chemicals have seeped into the ground just under seventy one thousand ballots been cast so far in Harris County in the.
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Reports seat cover a couple different floors this is a of a rather large building chief deputy chip sevens is with the Escambia county sheriff's office and when you get into the the thing like that it is a bit like a movie because you have spent shell casings all over CBS news has learned the gunman was Mohammed Saeed al sham runny a member of the Saudi airforce his motive is unclear he was in training at the Naval Air Station the navy's primary base for aviation training Saudi officials have condemned the attack the FBI also investigating Thursday's robbery in southern Florida that ended with a wild shootout on a busy highway during rush hour four people were killed including the two suspects more from CBS evening news anchor Nora o'donnell new information from the F. B. I. they say two men who robbed a jewelry store hi jacked a UPS van and got into a deadly shootout with police were already wanted for two heights near Miami please turn away the bullet riddled you PS van today the suspects were killed as was the UPS driver and a seventy year old man in another car as the house pushes toward drawing up articles of impeachment against president trump lawmakers are considering the political impact of such a trial your CBS's Natalie brand the White House is ramping up preparations for a possible Senate trial early next year a time when five senators running for president plan to be campaigning in Iowa and New Hampshire this couldn't happen at a worse time for them professor Todd bell to George Washington University says the trial could give the candidates who don't serve in the Senate more face time with voters and could also help president trump's reelection campaign as the house so again the next hearing in the house impeachment inquiry scheduled for Monday it happens before the Judiciary Committee the Supreme Court preventing for the moment the trump administration from restarting federal executions next week following a sixteen year break the court today denied the administration's played on to a lower court ruling in favor of inmates have been given execution dates the first of those was scheduled for Monday an unexpectedly good jobs report lifting spirits on Wall Street CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger Jr of the two hundred sixty six thousand jobs in November forty thousand or so were attributed to GM workers who came back on the job after being on strike and stocks would you take in a head on trading Jenner's rose on the news today with the Dow closing up three hundred and thirty seven points this is CBS news and your green was executed could have been his ex wife was a professional hit forty eight hours Saturday on CBS pop quiz if you sell a home.
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Know crediting a really quick response by sheriff's deputies once the shooting started early this morning now just to recap four people were killed including the gunman another eight are wounded including two Escambia county sheriff's deputies you mentioned that the gunman was a member of the Saudi airforce how common is it for foreign nationals to train on US naval bases you know it is common for an allies regularly train on US bases the commander here says NAS Pensacola has an international training service that's been active dating to at least World War two when the royal airforce trained here Kinsella said there are a couple of hundred international students right now on base and that the Saudi gunman was in what he called the aviation pipeline a Naval Air Station Pensacola we should remind people is home to the blue angels it's the primary a training ground for all military flyers whether they be navy Air Force Coast Guard and marine it's a sprawling very active base with more than twenty thousand military and civilian personnel here so I imagine the shootings raising all kinds of questions about how exactly this happened on what was supposed to be a secure in naval base have you heard anything about how the investigation is going so far you know only we know that the FBI is taking the lead along with five other federal and state agencies participating now some interpret that as an indication that this is considered an act of terrorism that's how Republican congressman mac gates of Pensacola sees it and he says this incident represents what he calls quote of failing in the vetting process for the people who come into the country to train at military bases Florida governor Rhonda Santis has he spoke with president trump about this and wants to see the Saudi government held accountable one of the things that I talked to.
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Lakshmi Singh. An investigation is underway into a second mass shooting this week at A. US Naval Base. A suspect opened fire in a classroom building at the Naval Air Station Pensacola killing at least three people before the assailant was killed by law enforcement. NPR's Jeff Brady reports reports military bases closed. Escambia County sheriff. David Morgan says deputies responded to the shooting just before seven this morning gunfire was exchanged and the shooter is dead. We have two officers at the game. Be County Sheriff's Office and the initial response That negated the threat that are now in a local hospital We expect them to fully recover. Recover authorities are keeping some details secret while they investigate the shooting including possible motives whether the shooter is in the military and what weapons were used the naval air station station. Pensacola is a large training base. That employs more than twenty three thousand people at home to the Blue Angels Flight Team and the National Naval Aviation Museum. Jeff Brady NPR news. US stocks are higher with the Dow up more than one percent since the open after the government announced the addition of two hundred sixty six thousand jobs last month the unemployment rate has take down to its lowest level in half a century to three and a half percent. Here's NPR's Chris. Arnold job gains. Were better than expected. Economists were predicting a gain around one hundred and nine hundred thousand jobs. Plus the prior two months were revised upwards to show an additional forty one thousand jobs more than previously reported. So all in all. This is a strong jobs. Report would suggest. The economy is pretty healthy and chugging along the numbers were given a boost this month from GM workers returning to work that added around forty thousand jobs. The manufacturing sector has been hurt by the ongoing trade war and has been facing big headwinds this year as far as wage gains average hourly earnings. Were up three point. One percent from a year ago which was a bit below the wage gains we've seen in recent months cruise arnold. NPR news the US and China are still exploring options that will get the world's two largest economies to a new trade agreement to that end NPR's. Emily thank tells us Beijing has announced it will waive the tariffs on some shipments of American pork and soybeans. China's is finance ministry said American pork and soybean sellers could apply for tariff waivers but didn't say the quantity of shipments involved American soybeans and Port Kevin Subject to an extra twenty I five percent tariff since last July but an ongoing swine. Flu Epidemic has decimated. China's pig hurts by as much as forty percent causing prices to skyrocket. NPR's Emily Really Fang reporting despite an appeal from Turkey. NATO allies at this week's summit in London appear unwilling to endorse anchor as policy of designating Syrian Rian Kurdish fighters as terrorists. The Turkish government's latest protests comes months after its cross-border offensive against Syrian Kurdish fighters despite the diplomatic clash Turkey. Turkey eventually dropped its objection to NATO. Pack that would bolster the defense of Poland and the Baltic states.
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Why our top story four people have been confirmed dead including the shooter after a shooting at a naval base in Pensacola Florida the base remains on lockdown Escambia county sheriff David Morgan giving an update on the response of the officers that rushed to the scene two officers that this can be county sheriff's office in initial response that negated the threat there now in a local hospital we expect them to fully recover it was a member of the Escambia county sheriff's office that did negate the thread I will share that with you it was one of our officers that did that one officer was shot in the knee and the other was shot in the arm authorities are also confirming that those injured in the incident were taken to local hospitals for treatment Albany County legislators have approved a seven hundred and thirty three million dollar budget for next year the spending plan included several adjustments including pay raises for top elected officials initially the county executive's your van controller were to receive those sixteen percent pay hike that's been reduced to eight percent under the new plan according to the times union that's more in line with raises leaning county employees union contracts legislators okay the one thousand dollar pay raise for themselves but eliminated any pay raise for the county controller like Patrick newsradio eight ten one oh three one W. G. Y. there are new indications that North Korea may be preparing for a new missile test the story from correspondent bills and for the information comes from a research institute in the United States after the analysis of satellite imagery of North Korea the images show new activity at a launch site in the northwest part of the country including the placement of a large shipping container near a test stand there is speculation that North Korea could be preparing for the test of an intercontinental ballistic missile before the end of the year bills and for NBC news radio it's been a tough morning in Rotterdam thanks to an early morning water main break in the five corners area police have closed off the intersection and you're advised to seek another route along with that Schenectady county health officials have re issued a boil water order for everyone along Princetown road from the five corners intersection to Ford street and for Caroline Avenue from Princetown to Marengo street democratic presidential candidate injure Yang says the effort to impeach president trump is a quote loser for Democrats in an interview this week Yang said he's pro impeachment but stressed that if voters believe Democrats are talking only about impeachment and ignoring other issues that will lead to trump's reelection Yang said all Republican senators are in what he called defend the president note one.
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Been negated our community a secure at this time we have no reason to believe or are we looking for any additional shooters within Escambia county sheriff David Morgan you just don't expect this to happen at home this doesn't happen is game to count it doesn't happen in Pensacola it doesn't happen to our friends and neighbors who are members of the United States Navy several people were injured including two deputies who were first on the scene this morning one kill the shooter based captain Tim Kinsella it could've been a lot lot worse if we didn't we don't train the way we do to try to minimize casualties of it's like this the shooting happened in a classroom building on the base which has been shut down until further notice those still there will remain until it is safe to evacuate CBS news special report hi I'm Gerry not multiple people are also injured being treated for gunshot wounds a gunman was shot out the scene keep hearing WBZ newsradio in Boston for continuing updates throughout the day over now to Woonsocket Rhode Island four people including two adults and two juveniles are in police custody in connection with the shooting that left a seventeen year old girl dead now you show Williams Thomas was sitting in the driver's seat of it S. U. V. on village road right outside an apartment complex when she was shot Wednesday night she was rushed to the hospital but died from her injuries police say the shooting was not random but they also do believe it may have been a case of mistaken identity the two adults are are facing charges in the case it will be arraigned at two o'clock this afternoon in Providence and the juveniles will be in family court today very busy street in East Boston is back open after shots were fired over night outside a bar more details on WBZ TV is Elise aggression we're here on Chelsea street in East Boston where police now confirm shots were fired at them a doll bar police were seen going in and out of the bar on Chelsea street in say the call for shots fired came in just before to this morning investigators recovered ballistic evidence at the scene and tell us at least two cars had bullet holes in them one man says he was woken up by what sounded like a shoot out and heard someone speed off and couldn't get back to bed.
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Longer an active shooter situation we do have several deceased and several wounded my heart goes out to those families of the deceased and of the world it is Gabby a sheriff David Morgan have two officers cities can be county sheriff's office in initial response that negated the threat there now in a local hospital we expect them to fully recover it was a member of the Escambia county sheriff's office that did the gate the thread I will share that with you it was one of our officers that did that the casualties or significant for dead including the gunman and at least seven others injured in the incident which happened in a classroom building on the base the Pensacola mayor Grover Washington says you just don't expect something like this to happen in your own community the base remains on lock down at this hour for the investigation to proceed I'm Mike moss the shooting in Pensacola comes just two days after an active duty U. S. sailor killed two civilian employees and injured another before killing himself at the Pearl Harbor naval shipyard in Hawaii investigators are now saying that sailor was on happy with commanders and was undergoing counseling former secretary of state John Kerry is stopping at all I work for Joe Biden a long time but we spent twenty four years together in the United States Senate we work together as a team the only team that's work more closely than us is Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin the five PM deadline for the White House to nullify it will participate in its impeachment hearings a very strong jobs report for November two hundred sixty six thousand new jobs were created in the jobless rate fell to three point five percent the only fly in the ointment the decline.
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on AP News
"Commanding officer Tim Kinsella says police responded quickly to reports of shots fired it happened in with one of our classroom buildings sheriff David Morgan says 2 of his deputies were first to respond the gunman was killed it was a member of the Escambia county sheriff's office that did negate the threat I will share that with you it was one of our officers that did that the 2 deputies were injured you just don't expect this to happen at home this doesn't happen this game be county it doesn't happen in Pensacola this is the second shooting this week at a navy base the sailor killed 2 civilians and turned the gun on himself at joint base Pearl Harbor Hickam in Hawaii I met Donahue
4 dead, including shooter, in gunfire at Florida naval base
"Commanding officer Tim Kinsella says police responded quickly to reports of shots fired it happened in with one of our classroom buildings sheriff David Morgan says two of his deputies were first to respond the gunman was killed it was a member of the Escambia county sheriff's office that did negate the threat I will share that with you it was one of our officers that did that the two deputies were injured you just don't expect this to happen at home this doesn't happen this game be county it doesn't happen in Pensacola this is the second shooting this week at a navy base the sailor killed two civilians and turned the gun on himself at joint base Pearl Harbor Hickam in Hawaii I met Donahue
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on KTOK
"Go where the food is so I'm wondering if they have mice slash were at problem they could thousand Katie okay it's the drive with Lee Mathews police now trying to sort out exactly what happened I'm Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center of fatal shooting in still water please have arrested a juvenile suspect with more here's Kerry Laki officers responded to an assault call early Sunday the forty one hundred block of west west brought a member shot and taken to hospital where he died police arrested a juvenile male and said there were four other juveniles present in the house at the time shooting a police to recover the murder weapon local media reporting a seventeen year old boy shot and killed his mother's boyfriend the spokeswoman for governor Kevin's death says the governor is disappointed with the decision by native American tribes to refuse to arbitrate existing gaming compacts governor state wants to renegotiate the fifteen year old contacts to give the state a larger share of casino revenue it says the contacts expire at the end of the year but the tribes to believe that the contacts will automatically renew matter what the governor tells the Tulsa world he will provide a full update in the coming days about the current state of negotiations and the police chief of Manford Oklahoma is dead forty four year old chief lucky Miller was at a hotel in Pensacola Florida over the weekend attending a conference with Manfred police officer Michael nearly the Escambia county sheriff's office says there was a fight fueled by alcohol between Miller and the late and Miller was injured and later died.
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on KTOK
"Traffic and weather together and Beth Myers with the news a high speed chase on the Turner turnpike I Beth Myers in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center a suspect is dead after a high speed chase on the Turner turnpike earlier today the chase started near Stroud with the highway patrol chasing the driver of a stolen car we're told at times the suspect was driving up to a hundred miles an hour the driver lost control near the Chandler exit and the car flipped to multiple times the suspect died at the scene the police chief of Manford Oklahoma is dead here's Brian Gannon forty four year old chief lucky Miller was killed over the weekend in Florida in a fight with a fellow officer the Escambia county sheriff's office as Miller and man for police officer Michael nearly got into a fight at the Hilton in on Pensacola beach they were attending a conference of the hotel at the time Miller died from his injuries Neil he was arrested and a fatal shooting in still water police have arrested a juvenile suspect officers responded to an assault call early Sunday in the forty one hundred block of west west brook a man was shot and taken to a hospital where he died police arrested a juvenile male and said that there were four other juveniles present in the house at the time of the shooting police say they did recover the murder weapon there are reports that it was a seventeen year old boy who shot and killed his mother's boyfriend from the news radio one thousand Katie okay weather center and the four warn storm team clearing tonight it's going to be windy though.
Oklahoma police officer charged with murdering his own chief
"The strange story out of north Florida the Escambia county sheriff's office says the death of a police chief comes at the hand of one of his own officers Manford Oklahoma chief lucky Miller was found dead yesterday outside the Pensacola beach Hilton motel he was there for a long Forsman training conference when he got into an altercation with one of his men that escalated into violence that officer is now
"escambia county sheriff" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Radio and ESPN at Marty. Smith. ESPN and I'm getting a lot of texts in weeks tweaks whatnot. What I said something about if you wanna make Sloan your honeymoon. And. That's not a there's no double. Meaning. They're the dude actually was like. I'm getting along nods here in in the SEC network studio. Listen, if you if you take in a jar nukes man as with you own your honeymoon. There's only one place to go from there. It's time for hillbilly headlines. It's now time. Southern gentleman's news briefing. Just kidding. Hillbilly headlines on Mardian McGee. Which goes on. We're going to lead off like Ricky Henderson here. Pensacola, Florida, a thirty eight year old woman was arrested by deputies after she dropped her pants, wlac traffic and exposed herself at a Florida waffle house. Okay. According to the report Escambia county sheriff's office, deputies responded to the waffle house located at sixty nine thirteen Pensacola boulevard in reference to a Baker act. A waffle house employee stated in the report when he came to work on Monday, freedom riders zobrist, what freedom writers zobrist? Was trespassing on the property and due to her behavior. She was asked to leave the premises. According to the report, the employees contacted police after Sobers continued to cause problems and eventually ran from the location leaving all her belongings behind the employees stated in the report did not want to throw zobrist belongings away. Therefore, he decided to move into the back of the establish establishment Sobers could retrieve them without interrupting any sober later returned to the waffle house and was sitting at the back door says the report the employee told reporters deputies in the report he asks overs to leave the property, and she became verbally abusive Cussing and threatening him. The report says over survives, the employees. She was going to retrieve a firearm shoot.