35 Burst results for "First Homicide"

Ex-nurse sentenced to probation in patient medication death

AP News Radio

01:12 min | Last week

Ex-nurse sentenced to probation in patient medication death

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Who Is Sgt. John Mattingly?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Who Is Sgt. John Mattingly?

"Show. John Mattingly, sergeant Matthew, welcome to America first. Mister gorkum, I'm excited to be here today. Call me Sebastian, please. All right, let's start with who you are. Let's talk about your record, how many years you've been in the police force who you served with in the various duty posts that you filled. Please just give us a little biographic summary if you would. Sure. So I served for 21 years all in the same department, Louisville metro police department. I started back in 2000. I did 5 years on late watch, which is a midnight to 8 a.m. shift. After that, I went to what's called a flex unit, and it's a small narcotic style unit within each division. And I did that for four, four and a half years. In 2009, I was promoted to sergeant, where I went back to late watch for about a year. My body was screaming at me at that point. You get too old. Let's do something else. I had ten years on the department at this time. So I went to our division detective unit and was able to do that for about a year and a half, but the whole going into work every day and suit and tie and doing a lot of paperwork just wasn't my style on the police department. I like the hands on staying busy type stuff. So then went back to what's called our viper unit in 2012. And that was a violent crime unit we started because our increase in homicides and robberies had gone through the roof and so we went after the worst of the worst and I did that until late 2015, early 2016. That's when I went to our major narcotics unit. I've been up there until 2020 and March 13th when this incident took place and the rest is history.

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Lila Rose: No Autopsy Conducted in Alleged D.C. Infanticide Case

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last month

Lila Rose: No Autopsy Conducted in Alleged D.C. Infanticide Case

"Now these are very serious allegations coming out of this Washington D.C. case Where do we stand now is the D.C. mayor or the authorities going to look into this over there Is metro looking into it What's going on with that case What happened Just the contours of it as it stands now Sure So here's the breakdown over two weeks ago pro life activists were given two boxes of medical waste They said medical waste on them that they were actually boxes of the babies that were killed by abortion outside of the abortion of cesare saint Angeles clinic in D.C. So this whistleblower gave them these boxes live action we sent in my private organization sent in our field where we documented the findings there were images of we've got images of children that were nearly full term by babies in particular looked like they had been maybe even born alive one child looked like she had been the victim of partial birth abortion which is illegal a little beautiful baby girl whose neck had been cut and brain removed Really the most gory heartbreaking findings that you could imagine I mean it's like coming across a murder scene truly And so with this documentation the reached out to the D.C. homicide unit saying listen we have the bodies of children that may have been born alive and then killed we don't know what actually happened that you need to investigate Please hear the bodies and arrange for the bodies to be given over to D.C. police Well the D.C. police homicide unit shows up They take the bodies into their possession and then they say down two days later they say we're not going to be investigating These were abortions and it's legal in D.C. but then they admit that they didn't do an autopsy So there apparently has been no medical examination of these children's bodies no proper examination And yet they're claiming the abortions were done legally whether they were illegal or legal it's still I believe murder It's horrific I mean the children are savagely

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Nursing (MM #4039)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Nursing (MM #4039)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. The nursing profession is one of the most stressful, sometimes frustrating jobs, even though it can be very rewarding at times. But a recent court case here in Nashville is changing all the thought process for a lot of people in nursing because it's causing them to reevaluate why they do what they do. And is it worth doing what they do? Here in Nashville the former Vanderbilt nurse was found guilty of criminally negligent homicide based on a lethal dosage of the wrong medication. This isn't anything to do with the pandemic. It goes back to 2017, where a local nurse accidentally killed a 75 year old patient because she administered the wrong medication. Courts went in and wanted to find her guilty of reckless homicide, the jury came back with a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide. We've already had one nurse come out in Nashville, resigning her position because of this particular case. And while we're not seeing the numbers grow yet, nurses around the country are paying attention to what happens, because just one mistake, possibly yes, could kill a person, but more importantly than that, could put them in jail. And that's scary.

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Nursing (MM #4039)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Nursing (MM #4039)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. The nursing profession is one of the most stressful, sometimes frustrating jobs, even though it can be very rewarding at times. But a recent court case here in Nashville is changing all the thought process for a lot of people in nursing because it's causing them to reevaluate why they do what they do. And is it worth doing what they do? Here in Nashville the former Vanderbilt nurse was found guilty of criminally negligent homicide based on a lethal dosage of the wrong medication. This isn't anything to do with the pandemic. It goes back to 2017, where a local nurse accidentally killed a 75 year old patient because she administered the wrong medication. Courts went in and wanted to find her guilty of reckless homicide, the jury came back with a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide. We've already had one nurse come out in Nashville, resigning her position because of this particular case. And while we're not seeing the numbers grow yet, nurses around the country are paying attention to what happens, because just one mistake, possibly yes, could kill a person, but more importantly than that, could put them in jail. And that's scary.

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Nursing (MM #4039)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Nursing (MM #4039)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. The nursing profession is one of the most stressful, sometimes frustrating jobs, even though it can be very rewarding at times. But a recent court case here in Nashville is changing all the thought process for a lot of people in nursing because it's causing them to reevaluate why they do what they do. And is it worth doing what they do? Here in Nashville the former Vanderbilt nurse was found guilty of criminally negligent homicide based on a lethal dosage of the wrong medication. This isn't anything to do with the pandemic. It goes back to 2017, where a local nurse accidentally killed a 75 year old patient because she administered the wrong medication. Courts went in and wanted to find her guilty of reckless homicide, the jury came back with a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide. We've already had one nurse come out in Nashville, resigning her position because of this particular case. And while we're not seeing the numbers grow yet, nurses around the country are paying attention to what happens, because just one mistake, possibly yes, could kill a person, but more importantly than that, could put them in jail. And that's scary.

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Arkansas deputy convicted in teen's death, gets year in jail

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Arkansas deputy convicted in teen's death, gets year in jail

"An Arkansas policeman has been convicted in the death of a teenager a former Arkansas deputy has been convicted of negligent homicide and sentenced to a year in jail for fatally shooting an unarmed white teenager that death last year drew the attention of national civil rights leaders Michael Davis is also white was acquitted of the more serious offense of manslaughter well the jury found him guilty of the misdemeanor charge in the death of seventeen year old hunter Britain during a June twenty third traffic stop the Arkansas Democrat Gazette reported that Davis will also have to pay a one thousand dollar fine I'm Shelley Adler

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Yes, Something Bad Is Happening in Ukraine. But What About the US?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Yes, Something Bad Is Happening in Ukraine. But What About the US?

"It's amazing to see how the media continues to kind of be a 24/7 network around this. We're not getting calls back from the Saudis. We're asking Venezuela for oil, Macron is meeting with Putin, not Biden, Iran is wiping the table with us and the JCPOA two talks. We have a hundred and a 100,000 dead mostly young people from fentanyl, our southern border is wide open, we have double digit inflation minimum, 24,000 homicides last year, 24,000 homicides happening in our inner cities. Our educational literacy rates are going down is the most depressed, suicidal, alcohol, alcohol addicted, drug addicted, anxious and Medicaid generation in history. Yet I have to be lectured about our leaders that the American thing to do is to go and force a no fly zone 5000 miles away because something bad is happening. I get it. Something bad is happening. Vladimir Putin is evil. I agree. Something bad is happening here as well. Why are our priorities so upside down? Why do we get out of our chair enthusiastically and go buy a Ukrainian flag to go fly outside of our home and yet the kind of destruction and deterioration of our own citizens this kind of makes sense whatever kind of scoff at it. The same Americans by the way, the same leaders, by the way, who just lecture us last two years. It's the American thing to go get vaccinated and go stay at your home. Stay at home and be locked down. Why do you want to ignore our own problems? And you put all of that together, no one has yet to answer the question. Okay, the house is on fire. Fine, I'll take the analogy. We don't know what we could do about it, but do we even have the competent fire department to put out the fire? No. You know what they would do? The house is on fire. The fire department that we are calling, they bring out their hose, they open it and out comes gasoline.

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Police arrest man suspected of stalking, killing homeless

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Police arrest man suspected of stalking, killing homeless

"Police in Washington DC say they've arrested a suspect in connection with the killings of homeless men both in the nation's capital and in New York City the suspect is in the custody of the Metropolitan Police department Washington DC mayor Muriel Bowser we believe that there are at least five separate shootings linked to the same suspect police department and officers in New York had been going into homeless encampments trying to convince people to go into shelters for safety and showing them close up photos of the now captured suspect picked up by surveillance cameras the string of deaths and attacks on homeless people started March third bringing sorrow to this New York man experiencing homelessness as well that was very painful like guy who live in the she who probably one of my all business game murder for no reason police say a homicide captain in Washington saw surveillance photos from New York City and realized they were both looking for the same man I'm Jackie Quinn

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Justices to weigh if trafficking defense applies to homicide

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Justices to weigh if trafficking defense applies to homicide

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court considers whether a woman can argue she legally killed the man under a law that absolves sex trafficking victims of their crimes prosecutors say crystal Kaiser shot Randy will Laura in the head that is good no show home and burned it down and stole his BMW in twenty eighteen she was seventeen Kaiser says she met him on a sex trafficking website and he sexually abused her and sold her to others her attorneys want to argue at trial because his actions were legal under the state law a lower court judge ruled immunity only includes trafficking related charges like restraining someone extortion or slave labor and extending that to a homicide would be absurd I'm Julie Walker

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How Democrats Stopped One Man's Fight Against Gang Violence

The Larry Elder Show

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

How Democrats Stopped One Man's Fight Against Gang Violence

"Chico, we've got shooting in homicides up over the last couple of years year to year about 40% and almost all of the victims as you know are black and Hispanics. Why in your opinion have we had this increase in shootings and murders in the last couple of years? It's definitely political for me because I can tell you what happened to me in the city of Compton. I formed a continent and I did this, put crips in Paris rouge together. To stop all the gay mothers in the city and had a program I had this work and it worked. But guess what happened for political reasons, the political reasons they stopped my program and content. I was meeting with first and started off with four crypts and four blood at the end of the day I was meeting with 3000 crypts and pyruvate. So I went in front of the city council, which is I can say that it's all Democrats. And what happened, they denied my program.

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CNN Blames Fox News for Rise in Crime

The Larry Elder Show

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

CNN Blames Fox News for Rise in Crime

"Search and homicides. It's not bad guys killing people. It's not people coming from rootless homes, it's because of the surge of coverage by Fox. You see if it weren't for the dastardly people over at Fox, talking about crime crime crime, we wouldn't have a problem with crime crime crime. So all we have to do is shut down fox and we're good to go. You can now walk around the city, you can eat outdoors, you can go to high end stores without anybody threatening you without smashing grab stores. It's all about Fox News. So all we have to do is shut down Sean Hannity, shut down Laura Ingraham, shut down Mark Levin, shut down Jesse waters and we are good to go. So good to know. Now,

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California Democrats Choose to Be Soft on Crime

The Larry Elder Show

01:48 min | 4 months ago

California Democrats Choose to Be Soft on Crime

"And lot. a Democrat lawmaker here in the state of California. Has introduced a bill that would reverse proposition 47. A proposition that was passed in 2014 reduced shoplifting charges regarding theft of 950 bucks or less from a felony to misdemeanor. And by the way, you can have three grams of meth, and that's just a misdemeanor not a felony. And LA county sheriff Alex being nueva has told us on this program that it took the stick away from him. You got a bunch of homeless people, some of them doing meth, no longer can you say, get off the streets? Are you going to jail, get off the streets to go into rehab? Are you going to jail? And now the attic says, or what? Because you can't do anything to them. That's also part of proposition 47 does not talk about very much. Anyway, this lawmaker has now done a one 80 on proposition 47. And hopefully more and more people in California will eventually do a one 80 on governor Gavin Newsom. So by the time he's up for reelection in November, may be just maybe the outcome will be somewhat different. I'm not gonna hold my breath because as you know, this state is outnumbered. Three to one Democrats and independents who vote Democrat compared to Republicans, and both houses of our legislature, the Senate and the assembly. Have not majority of Democrats, they've got super majorities of Democrats, and they pass one brain dead Bill after another after another, and to port one brain dead proposition after another like proposition 47. And one we haven't talked about that much politician 57, which had reduced a whole bunch of felonies to nonviolent offenses, including attack on a police officer, Syria arson, rape of an intoxicated victim. I kid you not. And felony domestic homicide are now are now perceived to be nonviolent.

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Prosecutor: No charges in Black Kansas teen’s custody death

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Prosecutor: No charges in Black Kansas teen’s custody death

"No no charges charges will will be be filed filed in in the the case case of of a a black black teenager teenager who who died died following following an an altercation altercation with with staff staff at at Wichita Wichita juvenile juvenile center center district district attorney attorney Marc Marc Bennett Bennett says says he he struggled struggled with with whether whether a a charge charge of of involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter over over the the death death of of seventeen seventeen year year old old Cedric Cedric Loftin Loftin was was justified justified the the prosecutor prosecutor cited cited Kansas's Kansas's stand stand your your ground ground law law in in declining declining to to pursue pursue charges charges saying saying a a judge judge would would be be duty duty bound bound to to dismiss dismiss the the case case authorities authorities say say the the Lafayette Lafayette was was aggressive aggressive towards towards his his foster foster parents parents and and assaulted assaulted Wichita Wichita police police officers officers before before he he was was taken taken to to the the Cedric Cedric county county juvenile juvenile intake intake and and assessment assessment center center in in September September when when he he was was led led out out of of a a cell cell to to use use the the bathroom bathroom he he punched punched a a staff staff member member in in the the head head leading leading to to a a struggle struggle with with multiple multiple staff staff members members a a December December autopsy autopsy ruled ruled the the death death a a homicide homicide finding finding it it locked locked its its heart heart and and breathing breathing stopped stopped after after he he was was handcuffed handcuffed while while lying lying on on his his stomach stomach but but it it said said there there are are legitimate legitimate questions questions but but the the evidence evidence supports supports workers workers explanations explanations that that he he continued continued to to resist resist the the whole whole time time the the case case sparked sparked outrage outrage among among community community activists activists I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Man who bought gun for Kyle Rittenhouse pleads no contest

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Man who bought gun for Kyle Rittenhouse pleads no contest

"The the man man who who purchased purchased an an A. A. R. R. fifteen fifteen style style rifle rifle for for Kyle Kyle Rittenhouse Rittenhouse pleaded pleaded no no contest contest today today to to a a reduced reduced charge charge of of contributing contributing to to the the delinquency delinquency of of a a minor minor the the plea plea deal deal with with dominate dominate black black was was explained explained in in court court by by Kenosha Kenosha county county circuit circuit judge judge Bruce Bruce Schrader Schrader resolution resolution that that we we reached reached in in this this case case involves involves the the issuance issuance of of a a county county ordinance ordinance citation citation for for contributing contributing to to the the delinquency delinquency of of a a child child that that was was because because Kyle Kyle Rittenhouse Rittenhouse was was seventeen seventeen when when black black got got the the gun gun for for him him Mr Mr in in house house was was legally legally considered considered a a child child at at the the time time of of the the purchase purchase of of this this firearm firearm and and therefore therefore Mr Mr black black would would be be liable liable for for violating violating that that county county ordinance ordinance we we have have agreed agreed to to a a fine fine of of two two thousand thousand dollars dollars Rittenhouse Rittenhouse used used a a rifle rifle to to shoot shoot three three people people killing killing two two during during a a night night of of protest protest in in Kenosha Kenosha in in twenty twenty twenty twenty over over the the shooting shooting of of Jacob Jacob lake lake a a jury jury acquitted acquitted Rittenhouse Rittenhouse of of homicide homicide and and other other charges charges in in November November I I Shelley Shelley Adler Adler

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Chinese immigrant attacked in NYC dies months later

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Chinese immigrant attacked in NYC dies months later

"A a Chinese Chinese immigrant immigrant attacked attacked in in New New York York City City during during a a rise rise in in anti anti Asian Asian hate hate crime crime across across the the country country has has died died from from his his injuries injuries making making the the case case a a homicide homicide police police say say yell yell Panama Panama died died December December thirty thirty first first after after being being knocked knocked to to the the ground ground in in East East Harlem Harlem back back in in April April and and kicked kicked in in the the head head repeatedly repeatedly by by Jared Jared Powell Powell and and acts acts caught caught on on surveillance surveillance video video the the NYPD NYPD says says mom mom was was out out on on the the street street collecting collecting cans cans and and bottles bottles for for money money in in a a criminal criminal complaint complaint detectives detectives say say Powell Powell admitted admitted to to beating beating a a Chinese Chinese man man bidding bidding laws laws description description and and said said he'd he'd done done so so because because he'd he'd been been robbed robbed the the day day before before by by the the man man hell hell was was previously previously charged charged with with attempted attempted murder murder felony felony assault assault and and hate hate crimes crimes Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York

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Suddenly the Left's COVID Response Looks a Lot Like Donald Trump's

The Larry Elder Show

01:21 min | 4 months ago

Suddenly the Left's COVID Response Looks a Lot Like Donald Trump's

"Here's what I don't understand. Looking at Biden's first year. He said he's going to shut down COVID. It's going to be all about the testing. Now, people can't get tested. COVID hasn't been shut down. And what does Biden now say? Well, there isn't a federal solution to the virus. Isn't that what Donald Trump said and you guys hammered him? Donald Trump said the economy shouldn't be shut down. Donald Trump said school shouldn't be shut down. Now, people like Paul Allen from Harvard say the science is in. It was a bad idea to have shut the schools down. Suicides up. Homicides up. Domestic violence up. Opioid addiction up. Public school kids lost a whole year of in school education. And pre-pandemic R scores weren't anything to. Write home about when you compare our achievements to our rivals in Europe and in Asia. Now the realizing it was a mistake. Joe Biden now says schools ought not

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Report paints grim picture of Chicago-area gun deaths

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Report paints grim picture of Chicago-area gun deaths

"A a new new report report paints paints a a grim grim picture picture for for shooting shooting deaths deaths in in Chicago Chicago last last year year officials officials say say more more people people were were shot shot to to death death in in Chicago Chicago and and surrounding surrounding cook cook county county in in twenty twenty twenty twenty one one then then in in any any other other year year on on record record the the county county medical medical examiner's examiner's office office says says there there were were one one thousand thousand and and two two gun gun related related homicides homicides last last year year in in cook cook county county that that includes includes Chicago Chicago and and its its surrounding surrounding suburbs suburbs that that was was one one hundred hundred and and twenty twenty one one more more than than the the previous previous mark mark set set in in twenty twenty twenty twenty and and nearly nearly twice twice as as many many as as the the year year before before that that the the numbers numbers come come out out two two days days after after police police in in Chicago Chicago announced announced that that the the nation's nation's third third largest largest city city recorded recorded its its most most homicides homicides in in a a quarter quarter century century I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Adler Adler

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"first homicide" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"first homicide" Discussed on WTOP

"The intersection of off Way in Temple Hills. Prince George's County Police are investigating the two car crash. Ah, man in Newport News has been charged in Fairfax County's first homicide of the year. County police. A 20 year old Jalen Keane is responsible for Wednesday's shooting Death off Samuel Own Yuka off Royston both attended South Lakes high school and rest in the motive remains under investigation. Fairfax police Major Ed O'Carroll, We can every act of violence very seriously. And our officers, Detectives and professional staff get everything they have. Day in and day out. What's making this one of the safest jurisdictions in the country? Well, Carol's his police used video surveillance and financial records to track keen to Newport News. He was arrested late Friday night, faces an extradition hearing. He's charged with second degree murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony. All. Loudon County Elementary School students who chose two day a week in person learning will be back in class beginning Tuesday. Middle and high school students who chose hybrid will return March 3rd. There is a to do list to make sure the return goes smoothly and safely. Parents here in Loudoun County will have to fill out an online symptom checker each day before putting their kid on the bus or driving them to school. Each school hasn't stole the thermal camera at the most used entrances. It can scan 45 people per second. If someone has a temperature of 100.4 orm, or they'll be escorted to the care room, each school has set one up apart from the health office. Full time substitute teacher or health contractor in the care room, will coordinate with the school nurse and supervised the child until a parent or guardian picks them up in Loudon, Counting the log unstained w T L P no coming next in money news, the tough road ahead for the economy to create jobs. It's 5 23. For the ones who know safety isn't a catchphrase, bits of culture and the ones who help make sure everyone makes it home safe for the safety minded who watch everyone's backs. Granger offers supplies and solutions for.

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"first homicide" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"first homicide" Discussed on WTOP

"Be in the upper thirties to low forties. Store team four meteorologist Matt Better 34 degrees outside the glass enclosed nerve center and friendship Heights. Brought to you by new Look home design. Find out why 30,000 homeowners have chosen new look to do their roof. It's 2 21, A man from Newport News has been arrested after a shooting and Fairfax County on Wednesday. County police have charged 20 year old Julin keen with the deadly shooting of Samuel own Yuka in only his hometown of rest in, police say both men attended South Lakes High School in Reston. Major Ed Oh, Carol says Keane left rested after the shooting and the car he was driving was later found in Newport News. First Homicide of the year. Perfects County And the arrest and apprehension of the accused was an example of the exceptional multijurisdictional and interagency team effort. Police in Newport News arrested keen late Friday night, Major Oh, Carol says he hopes Keane will be extradited to Fairfax County later this week. Keane is now charged with second degree murder and use of a firearm in commission of a felony. Sheriff's deputy who was shot last month, is now out of the hospital and recovering at home. He got a big salute as he headed back to familiar surroundings. Loudon County Sheriff Mike Chapman says hundreds turned out to offer well wishes to deputy first class Cameron Gentry on his road to recovery, so much community support and I think that really is a reflection on the way people feel about Deputy Gentry and other members of like a sheriff's office. Deputy Gentry was shot multiple times. Well, taking a man into custody at the Wal Mart at Dulles Crossing Plaza. January 2nd two loss prevention officers were also shot. Ah, go Fund me page for wounded Deputy Gentry has set a goal of $125,000. Dick Uliano w. T. O P News Elementary school students who chose two day a week in person instruction will be back in Loudon County classrooms on Tuesday. Middle and high schoolers can come back March 3rd, But there's a lot involved before kids can get through the doors stay, a parent will have to fill out a symptom checker online before sending their taking kids to school thermal cameras have been installed at the most used entrances of all schools. Those skin up to 45 people per second and identify anyone with a temperature over 100.4. Students with the temperature in any who developed symptoms during the day will be brought to a care room. Each school has a designated one separate from the health office, the care room and staffed by a full time.

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"first homicide" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"first homicide" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"To fringe right group militias. National Guard Bureau, referring questions to the Secret Service, which had already said earlier. It wouldn't comment on any guard members being pulled. America is listening to Fox cities. This report is brought to you by positive coaching alliance. Staying connected Continues with 1061 FM Talk ahead of tomorrow's presidential inauguration Wake County Sheriff Gerald Baker has a simple message for anyone curious about headed to downtown Raleigh home, he told ABC 11. It's about not having to put officers your deputies into harm's way. If the situation turns unruly something those curve here that all those people be safe. Be home. We won't have to make enough to target Get them all of the soldier. His department's working in cooperation with authorities from Raleigh, police, capital, P d, the Highway Patrol and the National Guard. Ah suspect is accused of killing his own mother in Hickory, investigators say Billy Hahn Junior stabbed the woman to death at a home on 16th Street. Monday, he allegedly barricaded himself inside another home after stabbing a second victim. Police in Winston Salem are investigating their first homicide of 2021 1 man was killed, Another injured at apartments on South Stratford Road near Kim Well drive. Both had been shot. Officers were called out around 9 30. Last night. The deceased identified his 40 year old Michael Westerberg was found dead inside one of the apartments. The other victim was found injured outside. Advanced coronavirus vaccinations are set to begin in Buncombe County, Mich. Evans reports. County health officials said they will open scheduling for the covert inoculations to health care workers and those 65 years of age and older. Beginning later this week, Phase B distribution of the vaccine included on Lee, those 75 older until Governor Cooper shifted the requirements last Thursday. Keep in mind, though the current supply of the vaccine and bunkum County is limited and remains low, according to county officials. I Mitch of its sports Duke travels to pit tonight here and see host Wake Forest tomorrow night while N C State won't return until Saturday, when they take on the Tar Heels with continuing news updates from around the state. I'm Kyle Wilson. Yeah. Quiet. Start to this week. Our temperatures in the mid fifties this afternoon or low tonight 40 degrees. Those numbers a little bit above average will be in the upper forties tomorrow with sunshine and mid fifties Thursday Friday.

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"first homicide" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"first homicide" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Asking for the public's help in solving the city's first homicide. They say anyone who heard gunshots at around 7:15 A.m. Sunday morning should step forward. That morning. 44 year old Tillman Hodge of East Providence, showed up at Rhode Island Hospital where he died of gunshot wounds. The car he arrived in was found nearby and it was riddled with bullets. Please say the investigation is active. Congressman Bill Keating says security in our nation's capital needs to be improved considerably in the coming days. There's the cloth of failure and a security breach on and one that opens us up to further threats, which were already being planned. As I think most of your listeners know by in some quarters. Surrounding the inauguration on it's open season. Keating was inside the Capitol building on Wednesday when a mob stormed the building. Justice vice President Mike Pence was presiding over a ceremony to certify the electoral college vote. Keating says the marauders did not prevail over American democracy, He said a full investigation must be conducted. Keating spoke with WBS sends. Chris McCarthy, the former co owner of a new Bedford seafood company, has been sentenced to serve three years in prison. Billy Scofield, who lives in Rhode Island, made hundreds of thousands over a 10 year period during his association with northern Politic L. L. C or nor pal. According to a federal indictment, he used a variety of mechanisms to avoid paying taxes. In federal court in Providence. He was not only sentenced to prison but ordered to pay 364,000 and restitution. Documents show that he's no longer with the company. Massachusetts now has more than 90,000 active cases of covert 19 after a weekend during which state officials counted more than 12,000 new cases. The news comes as first responders are lining up for the first time to get their Corona virus vaccines. And for the first time during the pandemic, Massachusetts has reached quote severe outbreak status, according to a national coronavirus data tracker in sports. The.

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"first homicide" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"first homicide" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The vaccine, which would include people over 65 teachers. Governors hoping to start those shots and phase one being about two weeks and Hamilton Kelly's so far less than 1% of the population's actually received their covert vaccines. Commissioner. Great testimony could provide an update on the slow process of the vaccination program at the county briefing this morning, which will have covered for you after setting a record for the number of homicides in 2020, Cincinnati's reported its first homicide of 2021 Man was shot to death in a barbershop in Roseland yesterday afternoon 38 year old Kevin Suttles gun Down on Brooke Crest Drive, 28 year old Jamaan Eakins has been arrested. Child hospitalized with severe burns after a fire and self Fairmount that stove fire last night and a home on Queen City Avenue. We don't have any other details. This year's Heisman Trophy winner, a wide receiver from Alabama now without further ado, the 2020. Winner of the Heisman Trophy is Devante Smith of the University of Alabama. That was the announcement on ESPN last night. Most mock drafts expect Smith still be available when the Bangles draft fifth in the NFL draft. Come April. If they do take him That would mean the second straight year. The Bangles have the Heisman winner from college last year. The award went to Bangles quarterback Joe Bird Our Next updates at 9 30. I'm Brian comes news Radio seven W W We can all stand behind, creating a greener planet win together, wants to help. That's why we're giving away a new test list. Cyber truck tow one Lucky ICO Warrior simply go to win together, not orc and donate to the Arbor Day Foundation's time for Trees initiative.

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"first homicide" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"first homicide" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Are not able to joke about what happened in 2020 are people who have been affected by violent crime numbers. Six in 2019 number of murders and homicides went down in Indianapolis compared to 2018. But in 2020, it was a different story. The first homicide was a 15 year old boy four days and the new year Peter Lambert mom was found behind a home on North Priscilla Avenue, shot multiple times and pronounced dead at the scene this year. While most metrics of crime continue to decline, Homicides have sky Rock. Andy Mayor Joe Hong sent. It only got worse from there as a pandemic head. This is probably the first time in 28 years I've been a citizen of Marion County, and I'm concerned about myself in my family. Said Reverend Charles Harrison, with the 10 Point Coalition been pretty peaceful when the weather is warmer. You certainly see a lot more people on the street, he says. The warmer months typically bring more homicides. But Harrison says it could be a little worse this year, especially once people are allowed out in about after having been cooped up the last two months. Bad year is far the number of homicides in October, Harrison said He thought Indy was heading toward Becoming the next Detroit or Baltimore the weekend before October 12 at least 15 people were shot and four stabbed for resulting in seven homicides and putting the city on the path to exceed 200 homicides. By the end of the year. Any homicide that Indianapolis experiences is morally unacceptable. The Corona virus had people cooped up locked away in their homes and domestic violence cases began to rise. Along with it..

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"first homicide" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"first homicide" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Estimates all in real time. Rocket can rocket mortgage Kevin Brennan. W B Z is traffic on the threes raining right now, and a lot of rain is going to be hitting us this afternoon into tonight. Tonight. The winds are really going toe with up and then it's going to get quite cold and we have that potential for 1 to 3 inches of snow north and west of route 1 28 that's starting at 2 A.m.. Tomorrow, and that's going to be through the Friday morning commute could be pretty tough. Looks like Boston's going to see a little bit of snow as well. Willam or coming up in 10 minutes local and fiercely independent, This's W. B C news radio. Well, good Thursday afternoon on Lori Kirby. And here are the five things you need to know. A 12 45. Police and Spencer are searching for a man they say Stab someone with a sigh Sword. The election five days away, the president and Joe Biden holding rallies, both of them in Tampa Bay, Florida today, Massachusetts Congresswoman I Hada Presley is in New Hampshire today, stumping for Joe Biden. Senators Marquis and Warren will be campaigning there tomorrow. The man is Sean and killed over nine in Franklin. It is the city's first homicide in more than 20 years, a pair of election rulings out from the Supreme Court allowing mail in ballots to arrive after.

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"first homicide" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"first homicide" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This community, A Z. They are ramping back up to go to school. This violence is happening right in front of where they live. This is the first homicide of the year in Charlestown deadly crash Also overnight in Boston's Hyde Park neighborhood. Ah, vehicle, in fact, split in half a theatre section of Hyde Park Avenue and American Legion Highway. Also the gravestone of 18 year old Leanne Elrond own killed the marrow Back Valley gas explosions, one of two gravestones found vandalized in a Lawrence cemetery. In addition to the death and devastation left behind by the West Coast wildfires Toxic Smoke forces the shutdown of one of the most popular national parks in the United States 70 National Park, closing down to all visitors and vehicle traffic because it is so smoky in the park. It's like a thick fog that's been impacting much of the west for over a week. The park is closing because of visibility. It's tough driving and the air is dangerous to breathe. Yosemite Rangers say they expect the closure to last Intel at least next week. Nearby Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are also closed at like Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles Just up the coast in Oregon, some help, possibly on the way for weary firefighters in that state, with a forecast of rain coming for today and into this weekend. Get a massive fire burning in Dorchester this morning. It's on Fairmont Street. And let's get right to the scene with w Chris Obama. Good morning, Chris. What can you tell us? Well, I could tell you now is that fire has been completely.

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"first homicide" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"first homicide" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Rain continues this early Friday morning forty seven degrees a shooting last night in nor would leaving one person injured it happened just before seven o'clock on Hudson Avenue police confirming one man was shot multiple times and taken to the hospital with non life threatening injuries one person has been detained as well for questioning last year the first homicide of the year in Cincinnati came in on the twelfth day of January this year Cincinnati police say the count begins on day one the first victim of twenty twenty is identified as twenty nine year old Eugene Halford he was found shot after police were called about two fifteen in the morning on new year's day to the fifty three hundred block of Bahama terrace in Mount Airy Wednesday morning he died at UC Medical Center Halford had a long criminal history in Hamilton County Cincinnati police releasing information about the man's death and asking for those with tips to call the homicide unit with C. P. D. I sandy Collins newsradio seven hundred W. O. W. fear of Iranian retaliation against Israel and American interests in the region following the US air strike at Baghdad's airport last night at least two high ranking Iranian military officials linked to violence targeting the US in Iraq have been killed in that strike ABC's cura Philip sang Pentagon chief mark asper has been sending messages to tear ran all weekend apparently crafting a plan to defense experts think it's time that a Ron start acting like a normal country so so if you listen to how asper has been speaking and you look at the strikes that have happened they are moving forward as if they have a strategic plan to know how to handle the situation news radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports the bangles update Samwise you because the bagels to an appearance in the Super Bowl passed away yesterday he was seventy four.

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"first homicide" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"first homicide" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The same for more information on adoption visit a doctor was gets done work a message from the US department of health and Human Services to escape to the ad council three W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go the last twenty nineteen I'm not some McGill here's what's trending this hour one woman was killed and two men were injured in a new year's eve shooting northwest of downtown Indy rock kind of reports in the metro police say around eight thirty three people were shot at the intersection of west think clear street in north Belmont Avenue near the White River the woman was dead at the scene two men were taken to Eskenazi hospital one in critical condition I am pieces the fatal shooting was a one hundred and seventy first homicide of the year at slightly down from one hundred seventy eight in twenty eighteen rob Condit ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news the woman that died in the shooting has been identified as fifty nine year old Eddie brown state troopers with the I. S. P. Evansville districts say a man they arrested for drunk driving on new year's eve was four times over the legal limit Isaacs meta then sends out a blood alcohol content on point three five when they pulled him over Tuesday night he's charged with driving while intoxicated something is missing from the clock for investigation Stanley reports the fetal remains found among the belongings of the late Dr all right club for may be from abortions he performed from two thousand to two thousand three but their preliminary report from Attorney General Curtis hill also says positive identification is not possible because of the condition of the remains of the records found with them Standley ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news I'm not as McGill on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three W. I. B. C. N. W. I. B. C. dot com now the forecast from the American standard heating weather center happy new year for today's guys become mostly sunny warmer day high temps right around forty five for.

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"first homicide" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"first homicide" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Up Ganic great Memorial Day weekend Memorial Day. Feels like Monday. But it is Tuesday. And on this day in Japan and unnamed suspect reportedly stabbed himself in the neck after stabbing. At least sixteen others. He has since died was victims described as an elementary school. Girl also come to her injuries. Officials say that the stabbing incident happened at a bus stop for school children and cows sake, which is near Tokyo, several of the people at least a dozen to the people who were hurt. We're also school age, children, three adults are said to be injured as for the attackers motives, nobody knows Japanese Prime minister Shinzo obey calling the situation heartbreaking, quote. We must keep our children safe at all cost of instructed the related ministers to take a median action to ensure the children's safety in going to and leaving school. Surprisingly, Japan, both one of the world's Lois. First homicide rates and is considered one of the world's safest developed countries obviously not today, president just returned from Japan. Speaking of the president is winner. Interaction rate is tumbling, why we'll find out San Antonio. I news correspondent Michael Bauer next. Here are some of the stories we're following for you. One young man shot to death overnight right in front of Izzy side. Home early voting begins today.

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"first homicide" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"first homicide" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"News thirty degrees. Authorities are investigating the shooting death of Taunton in Taunton. Police responded to reports of a shooting and stabbing at about eleven fifteen on Saturday night. Police say one victim in the shooting. Thirty one year old Justin Paulo of Taunton was brought to Morton hospital and later transported to Rhode Island hospital. He died early Sunday morning. The death is being treated as a homicide. It's Totten's first homicide since two thousand sixteen no arrests have been made and the connection to the murder remains a no arrests have been made in connection to the murder which remains under investigation. A Fall River man has been sentenced to state prison for two thousand sixteen armed robbery of a convenience store. Bristol County district attorney Thomas Quinn. The third announced today that thirty nine year old Jose Teredo Sanchez was sentenced to serve four years in state prison with two years of probation after his release from offer the robbery on January tenth two thousand sixteen officers were dispatched to jerick market at three sixty two fifth street in Fall River where he was identified as the man who attacked. Store clerk with a knife and still one hundred sixty dollars. Sanchez was arrested. The next day. Sanchez pleaded guilty in Fall River superior court late last week to a three count indictment. Charging him with armed robbery assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in vandalizing property. New Bedford man is arrested on numerous charges after police find cocaine in his car police pulled over an unregistered and uninsured vehicle in the area of fifteen Bullard street. Just after seven o'clock last night. Police say the driver fifty year old bond. Dang of New Bedford was operating the vehicle with a suspended license. Police found cocaine during a search of the vehicle dang was arrested on drug and motor vehicle charges. And Kevin Spacey did not enter a plea in his Nantucket sexual assault case. Continue to March fourth two thousand nineteen for trial.

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"first homicide" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"first homicide" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Time. The time is right. If they hear, you know, the character of Alex. And if they do it for no other reason, do it for the right reasons. Video of a car at the scene was released in the days after the murder, but so far no suspect it's been formally identified. Kevin refused. News ninety six point five WDBO. Linda police are investigating the city's first homicide of twenty nine thousand nine after a man was shot to death yesterday inside a car. It happened in the eight hundred block of pulse street in paramour. I got some new fleet. Was shot in town. Police not identified the victim nor have they said anything about a suspect in his murder. All right. Let's talk about the Democrats as they tried to take control of the house reported Mary Bruce reports on their priorities after they tried to reopen the federal government the first piece of legislation that they want to focus on is this big anti-corruption package. This is really a way for Democrats to set a new tone. This will tackle things like the influence of money in politics, and it is also likely to get up against a brick wall known as the Senate Republicans, but it gives Democrats a chance to to to send a new message and also maybe to try to box in their Republican colleagues over in the Senate as well. Now, our own Jamie Dupree, says Democrats will try and change the rules to force lawmakers to pay for any legal judgment gets them. This could be sex discrimination or job misconduct. I don't think anybody. I don't think anybody could disagree with that. Right. I feel like that's a universal thing that everybody can agree on right? We shouldn't pay for other people's sexual. Out. Now, a who paid and how much and all that. It's all close and that and that came from last year when several lawmakers paid and it ended up coming out of taxpayer dollars. All right. We gotta get to traffic soon because we've got problems on I four first let's get your forecast. It's a nice one. Finally, some changes.

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"first homicide" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"first homicide" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"S our top story congressional leaders from both parties are being invited by President Trump to a briefing on border security, the meeting at the White House today will be led by officials from the department of homeland security. Everything comes just one day before the Democrats take control of the house. LAPD is investigating the first homicide of twenty nineteen police were called to a parking lot near twenty ninth in west Kentucky streets shortly after three AM New Year's day. Police. Said the victim was a black male in his twenties or thirties. No suspect information has been released style straight ahead. Touchdown ABC has Vinnie. Snail breaks the Kentucky rushing TD record to put Kentucky up twenty seven to seven on. Penn. State Kentucky went onto win the Citrus Bowl twenty seven to twenty four Snell who's leaving Aguirre early to enter the NFL rushed for one hundred and forty four yards and two touchdowns. Your next news update is coming up at eleven I'm delete chatman. Newsradio eight forty W H S Kentucky has breaking news, weather and traffic station man who wore a mediaeval style executioner's hood who has please and baffled. The media seems to crave publicity. He sent letters. Rams the newspapers and the fully stated I want to report a murder. No, a double murder. I did it. From iheartradio. How stuff works and Tinder foot TV? Don't miss the premiere episode of monster. Does sodium killer tonight at seven right here. Hey guys.

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"first homicide" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"first homicide" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's seven oh eight. Here's Bloomberg business in this edition and our series on trends in the year ahead. We look at what's next for tesla. And SpaceX founder Elon Musk in two thousand eighteen musk had a bit of a self induced image challenge or questions are not cool. He rated analyst who had questions about Tesla's finances. He smoked pot during the podcast and NASA launched a space x safety probe must try to take his company private by. Tweeden was sued for it. A twenty nineteen challenge actually selling cars. Bloomberg's Dana hall covers musk and tesla. Well, they did have a record profit in the third quarter. Thanks to delivering a lot of model. Three cars to customers who have been waiting for them for several years, but must still hasn't delivered the thirty five thousand dollar version of the model three that he promised years ago and this year, many of the incentives for buying an electric car some tax breaks and HOV lane. Use are going away. Definitely a consideration. As people make their purchase decisions as Lucy Lund Busk someone to watch in the year ahead. I'm Greg Jarrett. Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. It's seven oh nine a beloved member of the WBZ family has passed away longtime traffic reporter Joe Stapleton died unexpectedly today Joe was also known for his love movies and was an actor appearing in mystic river and edge of darkness among other films. WBZ offers condolences to Joe's family, and our thoughts and prayers are with them. Just three short hours into the new year. Boston saw its first homicide of twenty nineteen and as WBZ's. Chris. Palmer tells us police were busy overnight. Boston's first homicide of the new year claims of male victim in his early thirties who is found with a gunshot wound to the chest. Just after three o'clock this morning on Johnston road in Dorchester. He was taken to the hospital and later pronounced dead. There have been no arrests in the case. But police are investigating another shooting in Dorchester left. A man with a wounded hip. He walked his way into Boston medical center in was reportedly uncooperative with police. It was a stabbing in Dorchester to a female victim now in critical condition after she was found on clocks in St. authorities. Also answered three calls where pedestrians were struck by vehicles too in the back bay on Dartmouth and boylston street the other in west Roxbury on south street all three incidents victims to the hospital with serious injuries. Chris pharma, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty in New Hampshire. Good Samaritans corner and out of control drunk driver and hold him at gunpoint until. Police can arrive. Portsmouth officials say that. When they arrived at the accident scene. They found Aaron Jay Marconi being held at gunpoint. After his pickup truck had ping pong across main street striking other vehicles before ending up through the front of a restaurant on is Lincoln street. Marconi was arrested and charged with possession of heroin criminal threatening. And DWI updating you now to a story that we have been following here on WBZ a fugitive in Pittsburgh has turned himself in at the Fitchburg police department he was arrested without incident. Police say twenty two year old Sanderson Cuevas led them on a chase and an hour's long standoff yesterday afternoon and into the night. Police cordoned off an area around summit street in Fitchburg after reports of domestic violence. They later discovered that he wasn't there. He turned himself in early this morning. A now deleted New Year's Eve tweet from the US military didn't go over as plan the tweet boasted that they're ready if needed to drop something much bigger than the Times Square. Crystal ball and included video of b two bombers dropping weapons at a test range. They later put out an apology and said that the tweet was in poor taste and didn't reflect their values. The tweet was sent by the us strategic command which oversees the country's nuclear and missile arsenals. It's seven twelve time for sports. Here's WBZ's Brian Antonelli. The two thousand nineteen winter classic has wrapped up in the Boston Bruins defeat. The chicago. Blackhawks four to two at Notre Dame stadium. The Bruins got their first lead of the game. With under ten minutes to go in the third period. Thanks to a rebound. Put back by Sean corral. Other Bruins goals by David knock and Patrice Bergeron both power play goals and Brad Marchand sealed it with an empty netter goaltender to garage. Scott thirty-six saves in the victory Rask had this to say about playing in the outdoor stadium. I've seen the puck roll today. I.

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"first homicide" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"first homicide" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Started a witness protection program. A real fear out there of retaliation sense of concern for their own lives and the lives of their family. So when you ask them to participate in the court proceedings, which is open to scary thing for him. I am PD chief Brian Roach. So we're not talking about putting people up for years. This is something we can do in the interim that makes them safe. So that they can testify Madison McGill reports on why murder has a standard and some Indianapolis neighborhoods, and what the city is doing about as you can tell that the back window does have damaged curated first homicide of twenty eighteen happened just days after winning in the new year. Please. Don Rodriguez Anderson shot to death in the passenger seat of a car near show fueled avenue. It was the first homicide in yet another record breaking year. I'm John Herrick and there were three people murdered Monday night in the capital city. Indy return hundred homicide or on August, twenty third one day sooner. And then in two thousand seventeen Reverend Charles Harrison with a ten point coalition tool. WIBC what could be the cause for the rise in murderers, a lot more people on the streets now who have gone, and they're handling the conflicts with violence, and that's why we see this escalate violence a lot of it is not just drug related during the one hundred murder investigation. Lieutenant Michael Wallis, the Indianapolis metropolitan police were the plan mayor Joe Hong suggest injury do shootings violent crime in murderers by having community policing youth outreach and a greater. I am Hedy presence on the city street that witnessed something that they feel comfortable coming forward. And. Talking to us about and Wally told WABC that I in PT has invested in technology and equipment to help them get to the scene quicker. They're also getting better at identifying and tracking people who may be involved in violence. We need groups who have a history of doing this kind of work, and who have been successful that it's at the table working into Labra ratio with law enforcement. Well, twenty ish shaping to be another record-breaking year and homicides for the fourth year in a row, they're still hope to break that streak in twenty nineteen could be done within a year. If we put the right strategy in place get the right groups at the table, we can turn these stumbles around and twenty nine hundred from the top eighteen of eighteen I'm Nasima ghetto number twelve the incident that has lawmakers talking about hate crimes again in Indiana, Saturday morning, July twenty eighth a.

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"first homicide" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"first homicide" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nine thirty good morning. Happy new year. I'm art Cohen. And here's what's happening. Police in Manchester England are investigating the stabbing of three people during New Year's Eve celebrations as a terrorist incident. A witness told them that the man shouted something in Arabic during the incident. Two of the victims were seriously injured a police officer suffered a shoulder wound. Frazier more of Sky News says the suspect was tackled than taken into custody at the scene. The suspects is currently being questioned in relation to attempted murder as not being particularly cooperative. They say they will continue with this investigation down at the scene. Everything is complacent. Now the scene of Crohn's officers a finish their work, but the interviewing of this man continues. And the investigation is not broadened out to the chiefs and hill area of Manchester. British Prime Minister Theresa may tweeted, my thoughts are with those who were injured in the suspected terrorist attack in Manchester last night. A New Year's party in Dorchester turns deadly WBZ's Chris pharma now joins us with the latest Boston. Police now confirm the first homicide of twenty nineteen all part of a violent first morning of the new year here in the hub, the male victim in his early thirties was found just after three o'clock this morning on Johnston road shot in the chest, thirty stay. There was a party in the area, but cannot confirm if the victim had attended that one of two shootings in Dorchester during the overnight the other left man with a gunshot wound in the hip, please also found ballistics on the ground when they responded to a separate incident on Mariposa street. But there were no victims at the scene and a female victim was stabbed early this morning during a fight on Clarkson street. She was found unconscious just after five AM and is now in critical condition. Chris on WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty foul meth is dealing with a major water main break in the area of seven oh four main street near the Di Angelo's carpet barn in the seven eleven police say the water shot up like a geyser for a time. And as. Split the roadway wide open..

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