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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"The la county district attorney in a closely watched police shooting case da jackie lacey said she will not file criminal charges against former lapd officer clifford proctor he fatally shot an unarmed in homeless african american men in venice three years ago the decision not to prosecute isn't particularly surprising the da's office almost never files charges against cops who shoot what's different about this one now is the lapd chief charlie beck had taken the rare step of saying that de alesi should file charges on kpcc's francs stoltz joins us live now former downtown bureau to talk more about the decision by via district attorney hello frank and well tell us suffers let's go back and talk about the shooting it happened in 2015 what happened that night while it was nearing midnight and officers clifford proctor and his partner jonathan kawahara were responded reports of a man inside of bar off the venice boardwalk a man accused of being loudon obnoxious refusing to leave the bar and they ended up in a fight outside that bar with twenty nine year old brendan glenn proctor says he opened fire after a glenn reached for his partners gun and that's the moment that g a jackie lacey and chief beck seed differently one sees at one way one sees it another way yet laixi in in this exhaustive report issued today 83 pages assists 10 civilian witnesses did not see glenn's hands immediately prior to win proctor shot and she says there was no video from proctor's angle she says the video does show the glenn free hand one that was not visible at the time of the shooting was on the same side of his partners body as his partners gun so lacey says proctor could have reasonably believe the glenn was going for his partners gun uh i asked lacey if she thought this decision was a close call not in my mind on once i got a chance to really look for myself at everything that we hand i came to the conclusion that we would not win this case that we could not ethically file this case mets da jackie lacey and conversation this afternoon with kpcc's frank stoltz is with us now from my downtown bureau all right frank now chief back he looked at that same moment the shooting moment and saw something very different what did he say yeah yeah he.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"Lacey will not press charges against a former cop who fatally shot a homeless man during a struggle in 2015 that shooting happened near the venice speech boardwalk former officer clifford proctor upset he shot twenty nine year old brendan gland when he thought glenn was reaching for his partners gun the video did not back that up and lapd chief charlie beck called brandi a lacey to file criminal charges but in an interview with kpcc lacey says her offices lengthy investigation concluded that prosecutors could not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that officer proctor broke the law there is no video taken from the angle were officer proctor was during the struggle and so we don't know or we could not do is prove that officer proctor didn't see what we think he saw which is that there was some sort of danger that has currying chief beck says he still thinks lacey should have filed charges is my belief the former los angeles police officer proctor committed manslaughter by what is called in perfect selfdefence in other words he unreasonably believed that his life was in danger and therefore he took alive and j d alesi later told reporters that she would prefer it if police officers would police officials that is would not tell prosecutors that they should file charges in such cases city valet paid four million dollars to settle wrongful death lawsuits filed by glenn's relatives a lawyer for glenn's family called lacey's decision not to prosecute proctor spineless and said it demonstrates the need for independent reviews of officerinvolved shootings proctor by the way is no longer a police officer he wasn't fired he quit in five minutes will talk with kpcc's frank stoltz to get more on the dis decision not to prosecute the police shooting of brenda in glen well cool it with a hug that's the advice from state senate bulls committee the state senate rules committee that is to van nuys democratic state senator bob hertzberg known around the sacramental political communities huggy bear lights to hug people men and women alike several women.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The trump administration is suing california the lawsuit is over state laws enacted this year and designed to shield undocumented immigrants from federal immigration authorities the suit comes as the us attorney general is slated to speak in sacramento this morning to the california peace office there's association from kqed's politics and government desk katie or reports california has been at odds with president trump since the day he was elected state lawmakers often cast themselves as the leaders of the resistance against trump with immigration becoming a flash point the us department of justice is suing california over three laws it says are unconstitutional they include a state law that limits how much local law enforcement agencies can cooperate with immigration officials california attorney general heavier ba sarah says the state is prepared to defend itself but we've added your with the trump administration's attack on our state for crankier engage in public safety and and not how our resources commandeered by the federal government jerk court to do their bidding on immigration enforcement embassy partition governor jerry brown issued a statement saying sessions has come to california to further divide in polarized america activists and lawmakers have announced plans to protest outside of sessions speech the speaker of the state assembly called on the peace officers to rescind sessions invitation for the california report i'm katie or in sacramento meanwhile the los angeles police department submitted its first annual report yesterday on department interactions with homeless people kpcc's frank stoltz reports that arrests are up the lapd arrested more than six thousand homeless people last year four misdemeanors like trespassing and failing to appear in court police commissioner shane murphy goldsmith said that's too many pie wanna see it now furor sera citations on more services more housing lapd chief charlie beck defended the homeless arrest numbers we use it as a last resort commander dominic choi who oversees the department's efforts to combat homelessness said officers only arrest people after repeated.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"From eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman would news as you're heading home the trump administration is suing california over three new state laws that the feds say illegally interfere with immigration enforcement one of those laws bars local police in in california from cooperating with immigration authorities attorney general jeff sessions will be at a law enforcement conference tomorrow in sacramento where he is expected to make a formal announcement of the lawsuit in a call to reporters this evening state attorney general hobby epa sarah said california will fight the feds in court and we hope that the federal government would recognize that under the constitutional amendment bet state of california and the fifty stake how that power to decide how to do public safety and so as i said before everything we do this in terms of our law enforcement activities for the state of california are consistent not just with a constitution but what federal law california in the trump administration have clashed repeatedly over policy from immigration to environmental action la police commissioner say a today they want the lapd to cut down on the number of homeless people that officers arrested for minor offenses we get details from kpcc's frank stoltz the lapd arrested more than six thousand homeless people last year four misdemeanors like trespassing and failing to appear in court police commissioner shane murphy goldsmith said that's too many i wanna see it now fuhr last year citations than more services more housing civil rights attorney carol sobel said it makes no sense to arrest someone who refuses to move their belongings off a sidewalk what is gained by that chief charlie beck defended the homeless arrest numbers we use it as a last resort commander dominic choi who leads the pds efforts to combat homelessness said officers only arrest people after repeated warnings the best way to arrest fewer people he said his two houses individuals but homelessness has been growing faster then.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"Live from eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick rahman would news as you're heading home investigators were the la county da's office today executed search warrants hold on a second that is not the right story at all four this time of evening leah bring up the correct story for you as we go through the news on a friday evening here at eighty nine point three kpcc a federal judge in los angeles has ruled that la county sheriff's deputies sometimes violated the law in the way they cooperated with immigration detainers that's the paperwork that federal immigration agents use to hold someone they suspect is in the country illegally civil rights attorneys sued the sheriff's department claiming deputies often help people named in in the detainers without probable cause and sometimes held them for days after they should have been released they also claimed immigration agents often issued detainers based on evidence of a person's foreign place of birth and no weather information he was district court judge andre baratt sided with the civil rights lawyers now that baratt his issue that ruling it's possible that immigrants held illegally by the sheriff's department could sue for damages and a to a different story about immigration and local law enforcement kpcc's franks told says the lapd has cut back even more on its already limited cooperation with federal immigration agents the changes came in a directive chief charlie beck issued without fanfare in december officers will no longer ask people where they were born when interviewing crime victims witnesses and others they stop but don't arrest sometimes that information has ended up and databases available to immigration and customs agents backs order also prohibits officers from participating in any joint operation with ice that involves identifying people who are in the us illegally immigrant rights activists emmy mclane praised the cheap but said he should also ban immigration agents from city jails unless they have a warrant i highlighted that they're going to go after california at they're going to go after the either trying to protect their record at the department's arf ali khan says lapd policy already protects people ice tries to interview in jail they have a right to refuse to be interviewed if they want to be interviewed the can have an attorney present ice has criticized the lapd and other departments that don't cooperate with it covering public safety i'm frank stoltz more now on the lapd.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"With news as you're heading home we just got word from la fire that are metrolink train on the ventura county line as struck and killed some one on the tracks near roscoe boulevard in lake balboa happen about an hour ago no word yet on the circumstances that train was heading to more part b it's been stopped between the van eyes and northridge stations and ali county civilian watchdog panel might call on share of jim mcdonald to end almost all of his department's cooperation with ice us immigration and customs enforcement if something the sheriff strongly opposes the story from kpcc's frank stoltz under the proposal the pan would call on mcdonald to stop handing over to ice agents even the most dangerous criminals and less ice has a state or federal warrant for their arrest it would also cohen him to stop allowing deputies to participate in ice originated raids on suspected human trafficking operations the proposal goes beyond this year socalled sanctuary state legislation signed by the governor the idea sparked outrage from anti illegal immigration activists at the panel's meeting like greg susa who said it would endanger angelenos less say is just a hollow the yo you praise the idea attorney or non vera a primary author of the proposal says it would place la in the forefront of getting local police out of the business of helping to deport people evasion of words cooperation with ice could be and may be should be if the commission adopts the proposal it would be advisory only covering public safety i'm frank stals former olympic boxing champion pogon zaal as was in court today in downtown la to plead not guilty to a string of criminal charges including lewd acts with a thirteen year old girl the 53 road gonzalez has been working as an la parks and rec boxing coach in east la for about 10 years he was arrested in late december remains jailed in lieu of five hundred forty five thousand dollars bail he is due in court in about a month for another hearing might remember gonzalez winning a gold medal in boxing for the us in the 1984 olympics in la he fought in the light flyweight competition la county sheriff's department says the teenage girls family contacted detectives about her relationship with gonzalez the metropolitan transportation authority board had a lot to say today about a video the.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"Be made but it was as i mentioned earlier which charlie picked up cemented them in place and made them stay nick joe dominic you've been generous with your time thanks for talking with us about charlie back great to talk with you thanks a lot now the big question in the halls of police headquarters in downtown ally and really at every lapd division around the city and at city hall to is who will succeed back as the chief of police kpcc's frank stoltz joins us live now for a look at the process said at some possible contenders selo frank well what's the process for selecting a new chief you haven't done it in about eight years now white we all need to refresh your memory the mayor appoint the chief of police after considering recommendations from the fivemember civilian police commission whose member he also a so this will really be driven by mayor aircraft city and in fact of course it's one of the most important appointments you'll make as it he's chief executive on it you you me that once the chief was appointed he basically served as long as he wanted to because the lapd was such a powerful organization institution in la uh now under reforms approved by voters in 1992 after the rodney king riots the cheese is limited to two fiveyear terms all right well who do inside his clincy need to be considered to be the top contenders this time around yeah you gotta look first to the leadership directly under back uh first assistant chief michael moore and assistant chiefs of beatrice grandma and hor he's the vegas uh more the la's uh lapd second in command was among the top candidates for the job back in two thousand nine when off job uh he recently was a finalist uh to be chiefs a police in gala us so we know he wants to be a chief of police um got the aspiration of any wanted goes into command structures uh more right now runs the day to day a crimefighting efforts at the lapd biggest uh has been with the department for twenty six years all of them been with the department for over a quarter century and he currently runs the.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on 1A

"Isolationists in many in many views uh so in california you know the republican party uh is uh extremely weak to says to put it mildly um so i in these both of these districts uh have turned bleuer uh i don't have the numbers in front of me but there i think uh thereabouts even in terms of uh uh republicans and democrats uh of course declined to state is growing as well so there's a chance that uh maybe uh voices or isis uh districts will turn blue we'll see if that happens but uh you know i think it it you're right it's it's part of this larger trend where republicans who are like at gorey's rethinking their relationship for the party in the direction of the party and just calling it quits uh and in isis case uh the same more or less that is frank stoltz a reporter for kpcc public radio frankly really appreciate your time thanks for talking to us they're did talking to you let's come back to the panel here margaret if eto keys and stephen dining i saw uniting edwin frank was describing the the party affiliation in california interesting that these districts many of them are turning more blue no party affiliation is also growing for a variety of reasons i wonder what you're read in terms of icao royce and kind of the the broader public in socalled exit is let's look at that as of isis announcement this week there are at least twenty nine house seats currently held by republicans that will be open in november squalid back to 1994 when republicans retook control of congress after decades of democratic power only twenty seven democratic incumbents retired that year so that shows you we've already exceeded the 1994 numbers we've exceeded the numbers from two thousand six when democrats retook control from republicans this signals the incumbents now the party is realizing that a wave is coming and they're getting out of the way royce an ice have faced two of the mark he challenges from democrats this year they believe they can get three or four other congressional.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"That allows the legal sale of cannabis for recreational use kpcc's frank stalled visited them mad men dispensary in west hollywood there he met lien a twenty two year old woman who declined to give her last name she's afraid her employer or her parents might find out them here to celebrate the legalisation we i do mainly for a little bit of medicinal use and but mostly for recreation help me unwind helps a lot of anxiety how'd you trimmer want to before even before the medical marijuana before that really talk about that i did o west hollywood has dispensaries opened so to santa anna los angeles will start accepting applications for canada's shots tomorrow cap packer who heads up the la department of cannibus regulation says next monday could be the earliest date that some shops will have the required licences in hand the lapd today promise aggressive enforcement of two aspects of california's new law legalising the sale and use of recreational marijuana for that story let's bring back kpcc's frank stoltz assistant chief michael moore says officers will first pay particular attention to impair drivers researchers have yet to fight a reliable way to test for cannabis impairment so cops who suspect you're under the influence will test you the old fashioned way where they are asked to perform a series of tests growth to their coordination their balance he says the gang and narcotics division will lead enforcement of the new law focusing on sales to minors too but he says the department isn't shifting a lot of resources to the effort for the past five years california has regarded marijuana possession as a misdemeanor and many times is never enforced of even a misdemeanor the big concern remains stone drivers more is worried that legal recreational pot will make the roads less safe covering public safety i'm frank stoltz we told you earlier this evening about tyler barras the twenty five year old south la man arrested friday.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"In the fade the golden globe nominated thriller starring diane kruger as of mothers seeking the she after her family his targeted by neonazis now playing its members supported eighty nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman earlier this month the la times published the names of twenty two sheriff's deputies were found to have allied on the job or otherwise engaged in misconduct that could raise questions about the credibility those names came from a secret 2014 list of nearly three hundred such deputies who've helped convict thousands of people kpcc's frank stoltz joins us now for a closer look and how the publication of these names has thrown a spotlight on a longsimmering issue in criminal justice identifying cops who lie okay frank tell us about the reaction to the publication of the deputies names by the la times let's start with andy booth v eight brown he's a criminal defense attorney in la he first saw the names when a colleague emailed them while he was in court i remember opening ever thinking oh boy that's the actual list well as an the actual secret sheriff's list of deputies who have engage in misconduct the raises questions about their honesty but he was a partial list from three years ago and something nobody outside the highest ranks of the department ever sees brown looked to see if any of his current clients were arrested by one of those deputies none were uh but he's now looking to see if one of the deputies helped send one of his own clients to prison and whether police and prosecutors fulfilled their obligation to inform him uh at that the deputy had a credibility problem that would maybe lay the groundwork for an appeal it's unclear how many defense attorneys are now doing this it's a huge undertaking and the chances of success nick are actually not that great what will why would that be frank because the sheriff's department has already said that most of these deputies lied in some way at one point or another well first of all a a lot of attorneys don't have the resources to review all of their cases but even if they do that they face legal obstacles there was the 1963 supreme court decision notice brady which requires police prosecutors to hand over.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"And i'm susanne whatley with kpcc news as you're heading home la county sheriff john mcdonnell says that he expects his deputies to follow the law when responding to emergency calls the sheriff made that comment in response to questions about whether his deputies involved in a deadly crash last night and boyle heights or or following protocol two young brothers died in their mother was critically injured when a sheriff's department suv and two other vehicles crashed into each other it are your boulevard in indiana and the suv struck the family sheriff mcdonald taller media partner nbc four the deputies were responding to a call shots fired going through a creditor surgery or going gold three killed three zero as lights and siren and that would be my expectation uh as they go through an intersection so again the investigation will determine what the circumstances were lapd is doing the investigation witnesses say the sheriff says she did not have light sirens running a surveillance video shows the lights were on but there isn't any audio to confirm if the sirens rana's well flowers candles and stuffed animals marked the scene where the family was hit meantime the la sheriff's civilian oversight commission has gotten its first look at the department's proposal to use body cameras the panel did not take a position on the planned outfit nearly six thousand deputies kpcc's frank stoltz reports at yesterday's gathering the commission heard a variety of opinions body cameras are touted as a powerful accountability tool michelle and foty is with the watchdog group she is unconvinced there are other priorities other than having cameras like improving mental health care and saw the county's jail she said the aclu's melanio chores supports body cams she said they should be on all the time or program so that when they're turned on they have a recording of the previous half hour without marked by the cameras can do more harm than good and are not worth the public funds to obtain and maintain up she also said camera should be used mostly to watchdog deputies not in prosecutions civilian panel member sean kennedy a former federal public defender disagree because i think there are a lot of defendants who will be wellserved by seem that foot is the sheriff says his bodycam plan would cost more than fifty million dollars a year the board of supervisors has yet to take up the.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"Kp ccm nick roman with news as you're heading home a police captain in charge of the la pds van nuys division is accusing commanders of downplaying violent crime in the city captain william karan czyz sacchi's asian is unusual began has it comes from a more senior officer three years ago chief charlie beck acknowledged the lapd is violent crime numbers were off he says they fix the problem but in a legal claim filed with the city of la captain karan's assess says that's not true details from kpcc's frank stoltz while she same essentially that the department is fudging crime i am numbers to make it look like the lapd is doing better at fighting crime that really is uh she focuses specifically on how the department is classifying simple assaults verses aggravated assaults sandy i bedie's labelling some assaults has less serious misdemeanor offenses when they in fact are felony aggravated assaults where someone is trying to cause serious bodily injury or actually does cause serious injury carranza says she's been denied promotions because of her complaints about the crime numbers the lapd issued a statement saying it does not comment on pending litigation and we'll have more with kpcc's francs stoltz in a few minutes and la pd officer at the central deve asian is among the fourteen known cases of hepatitis a ahmaz angeles county he central division is located in the heart of la skid row and now the police officers union says city and county officials should have pushed to vaccinate officers against hepatitisa are cronin is with the la police protective league or the it need worth the eu about sixty eight hundred off through literally impact on we shouldn't have this officer uh come down would witness la county supervisors will consider a motion to borrow to offer more vaccines to law enforcement the republican tax plan in congress is under fire on several fronts one proposal that scott less attention would do away with the medical expense deduction for people i demise kpcc's robert drove spoke with the man who says that's been a big help dale berman 60 he says he's had crohn's disease since he was fifteen after pick a lot of over drugs and prescription drugs those prescriptions at up and the inflammatory bowel disease affects his ability to work to when you get older the believe it you take told anybody too burman says without the medical deduction his tax bold gold at least two thousand dollars the deduction only kicks in if you spend more than ten percent of your income on medical expenses one expert.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"Immigration agents at the jails as criticism falls a report by the county these inspector general that found contrary to what sheriff mcdonnell had said an ice head offices at the main processing center for inmates and their deputies were alerting immigration about the release of prisoners kpcc's frank stoltz has been following the stories in studio with us now leo frank and well let's start with the inspector general's report what does it said well you mentioned it the immigration and customs enforcement or eissa had offices inside the downtown la and make a processing center this despite a 2015 decision by county bore supervisors that ice should not have offices inside the jail's the fear being that uh undocumented immigrants accused of minor crimes would be deported immigrants who may have been in the city and the county for a long long time and otherwise been lawabiding in fact at ice basically did have an office there took the name off the door but still had the department of homeland security own computers inside that office and agents essentially came to work at the jail every day also uh the reports said that sometimes a deputies would give printouts of release date that included a inmates criminal violation birthdate and other identifying information not available to the public all of this as sheriff mcdonald told the board supervisors and the public earlier this year that immigration agents uh had to go to a public what website like everybody else to find out when inmates were being released all right well what is the sheriff i've had to say about all this well he he wrote a response to the inspector general which was included in the igc report and here's a quote with respect where statements that we were either no longer providing ice with lists of individuals be released or that we did not provide release information to ice those statements were not accurate it's not clear why those statements were inaccurate nikko whether it was his pr people who were were sort of either misleading or mischaracterizing or did not know themselves exactly what was went on or whether a low level jail employee provided wrong information to the higherups but he also said he was unaware of some mm of what was going on at.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"Of dollars from athletic shoe giant adidas to the families of top high school basketball players to get them to attend certain schools the fed's also same money went to assistant coaches at colleges to steer their players to financial advisers here's interim new york us attorney june kim talking about a conversation he says you as cs anthony bland had with others who are now facing charges anthony bland describe what he could do for the manages and advisers this way quote i can definitely mold the players and put them in the laugh of you guys also facing charges are assistant coaches at arbor arizona and oklahoma state as for us sees bland prosecutors told a federal magistrate in florida that he should be released on one hundred thousand dollars bail he's due in a new york courtroom on october tenth planned did not enter her a plea today you will see has put him on administrative leave was an unusual scene on temples street outside today's meaning of the la county board of supervisors dozens of grey metal bunk beds blocked traffic there as a protest against the county's plans to build a new jail in downtown la our story from kpcc's frank stoltz the bunk beds were occupied by activists from a variety of community groups they're trying to stop the county from building up thirty eight hundred that jail ford mentally ill inmates who would replace the ageing men's central jail gimmick hell with the justice coalition says the plan makes no sense any cage which for anyone that goes in mental health conditions at exacerbates it sheriff's officials say the twobilliondollar facility would improve care for the thousands of people behind bars with mental health issues supervisors first approved the plan to years ago and none of them has said there are opposed to moving forward patrisse cullors of black lives matter admits it's an uphill battle it is but no change what happened in america if it was it the coalition fighting the jail says the county should spend its money instead on mental health programmes in the community covering public safety i'm frank stals public health officials say the number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases jumped sharply in.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"At eight on eighty nine point three kpcc live from eighty nine point three p ccm nick roman would news as you're heading home in la county sheriff's deputy is free on bail after he was arrested last night and accused of raping two women inmates inside a jail in lynnwood we get the story from kpcc he's frank stoltz the alleged assaults occurred in the early morning hours wednesday at the century regional detention center one of the women told a staffer and by wednesday night thirty one year old deputy giancarlo scottie was under arrest sheriff joe mcdonnell is discussing to me somebody who's in custody is is in our care were responsible to ensure their safety mcdonnell would not say where the assaults occurred but that scottie a 10year veteran got the woman alone and out of sight at a facility that is sparsely staff we are spread very very thinly scottie is free on a hundred thousand dollars bail and has been placed on administrative leave this is the second arrest in as many months of an l a jail official accused of sexual misconduct last month a sheriff sergeant at the twin towers downtown lock up was charged with sexual battery he had allegedly demanded sexual favors from a subordinate in exchange for giving her time off covering public safety i'm frank stals three advocacy groups have sued the federal government to block construction of a border wall with mexico go and claim the trump administration overreach by waiving environmental reviews the sierra club the defenders of wildlife and the animal legal defense fund on wanted to stop construction of wall prototypes in san diego before they begin their legal challenge also asks for a halt to plans for new fence think to replace what's already up in san diego and collect sokoto under a two thousand five law the government can waive environmental reviews to speed construction of border barriers two of those waivers have happened under the trump administration fivetimes under previous presidents the la unified school district we'll pay millions to settle a lawsuit that aimed at that claimed the district short chain students who need academic help the money will be.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Wild fires burning in the western us but at least two new fires have cropped up in california one burning outside san jose and officials say it has destroyed two homes to the south in rural san diego county firefighters are getting wild fire under control but not before drove fifteen families from their homes california's biggest fire in terms of evacuations burning near oroville at least three dozen homes have been destroyed in the area a grand jury is found police chases in los angeles are causing unnecessary bystander injuries and deaths from member station kpcc frank stoltz reports the grand jury found three people were killed and forty five others were injured during four hundred twenty one police pursuits in la county over recent yearlong period it said seventeen percent of all pursuits ended in crashes yet most of the time police were pursuing people allegedly involved in nonviolent crimes more than ninety percent of highspeed chases begin in response to a non violent crime according to the national association of chiefs of police the report suggests police in los angeles rethink chasing nonviolent offenders and that officers undergo more pursuit training and lapd spokesman says the department is reviewing the report one more note during the year that it studied the grand jury found just two thirds of the drivers who were pursued were caught for npr news i'm frank stoltz in los angeles investors waiting to hear from federal reserve chair janet yellen she's to give testimony to lawmakers on capitol hill on wednesday and thursday fencers will be looking for clues about the timing of an interest rate hike i'm trial snyder npr news support for npr comes from osce with osce fast ideas music comedy and art on july twenty second in new york city's central park featuring jason derulo samantha b mark yuban and malcolm glad well tickets at oz wide dot com slash ozzie fast.

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"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"frank stoltz" Discussed on KPCC

"Org thanks on the next radio app pale brimstone endless rain i mean the kind of crazy time rarely hear this duet from down there live clarinet and wale yeah we live in a world of cycles of cycles on cycle thousand miles an hour of the opposite direction you will stop the day superman did that want anything when he had this thing with low implement what is so messed up everybody honor a sideways glance at our bizarre planning join us tonight at nine on eighty nine point three cape p c c from members supported meeting nine point three kpcc unmik roman with news as you're heading home well it doesn't happen often buddy did happen this week the la police commission has gone against lapd chief charlie banks recommendation and voted than an officer who shot at but missed an unarmed man violated police department policy details from kpcc's frank stoltz the shooting in june of last year happened after two officer stopped to talk to three men drinking beers on a south li sidewalk one of the men started to walk away at first define orders to stop then according to the officers account quickly turned in made a motion that one officer said look like you was pointing something at him the officer fired one shot missing the man it turns out he didn't have a weapon that she fall to the officers for tactical errors including failing to take cover or immediately calling for back up the commission agreed with those conclusions but it disagreed with back on the shooting itself it rejected his finding that the officer reasonably fee dear for his life the panel increasingly has demanded officers do everything they can to deescalate situations covering public safety i'm french tools to settlements okay today by the la city council the i four hundred thousand dollars to a man who spent thirteen months in jail before he was acquitted of murder charges royal van was arrested in two thousand eleven found not guilty a year later he sued la claiming that the to lapd officers faked evidence and bribery witnesses city settled and did not admit wrongdoing the detectives still work for the lapd city councils also approved nearly five hundred thousand dollars settlement of a lawsuit that accused police of working with a downtown business improvement district to seize homeless people's property illegally unskilled ro more now on the city council i council committees meeting right now to talk about replacing columbus day in la with indigenous.

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