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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"Down to the South and Cooper, mostly sunny and 66. We've got 65 sunny in Bellingham, right now in downtown Seattle, Currently 67 at 11 36 detectives still investigating the deadly shooting of bottle police Officer Jonathan Shoot almost Frank Lindsay. Reports. Jonathan Shoop was killed during a traffic stop on July 13th when bottle officers tried to pull over a driver headed west on Highway 5 22 After a short chase, the driver struck a man on a scooter and crashed through a center median along wooden will drive. Investigators say the driver got out, walked toward the patrol car and fired two shots. One broke the driver's side window. The other hit shoots partner's gun ricocheted. And struck the partner in the head. Detectives believe the partner than fired multiple shots, one of which struck and killed Officer Shoup in the crossfire. The other officers survived. The suspect was arrested. Video from that night shows a Toyota forerunner behind the patrol SUV as the shooting begins. If you were in that four runner or know who was you're asked to contact Snohomish County authorities. Frank Lindsay Ammonia. A driver lead Thurston County sheriff's deputies on a chase in the lacy area early this morning to try to pull him over because he had expired Tabs. They say he took off on a highway 5 10 came back around and hit one of their cars with his pick up Nobody was hurt. The driver, then got on the I five and began driving south in the north bound lanes. Deputies called off the chase, though, because it was too dangerous to continue. Protests characterized as riots continue in downtown Portland, and an African American police officer there says the chaos absolutely has to stop. Here's coma. Score one take with more dispersed the area Now. Last night, police broke up a protest near a southeast Portland precinct. Saying they believe the protesters intent was.

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"Olympia and the Boeing Field, 63 other probably Sonny's guys at 9 36 Detectives are still investigating the deadly shooting of police officer Donovan Shoot. Jonathan Shoop was killed during a traffic stop on July 13th when bottle officers try to pull over a driver headed west on Highway 5 22 After a short chase, the driver struck a man on a scooter and crashed through a center median along wooden will drive. Investigators say the driver got out, walked toward the patrol car and fired two shots. One broke the driver's side window. The other hit shoots partner's gun ricocheted and struck the partner in the head. Detectives believe the partner than fired multiple shots, one of which struck and killed Officer Shoup in the cross fire. The other officers survived. The suspect was arrested. Video from that night shows a Toyota forerunner behind the patrol SUV as the shooting begins. If you were in that forerunner or know who was you're asked to contact Snohomish County authorities. Frank Lindsay, Come on, You're going to time, 9 37 A driver lead Thurston County Sheriff's deputies on a chase in the lacy area early this morning, they tried to pull him over. We're having expired tabs. They say he took off on the highway 5 10 returned around and turned around and hit one of their cars with his pick up. Nobody was hurt. The driver then got on the I five and started driving south in the north bound lanes. Deputies called off the chase because it was too dangerous to continue. Protests characterized as riots continue in downtown Portland and an African American police officer there says the chaos absolutely has to stop more from comas. Corwin hate area Last night, police broke up a protest near a Southeast Portland precinct, saying they believe the protesters intent. Was.

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"Evening news news time. 706 Art Sanders along with the least, Jaffe All this primary Election Night top stories from the camo 24 7 news center being Election day. It means you've got less than an hour to get your ballot in a this point, your best bet. Is to put it in a ballot Dropbox there about 470 of them across the state, and they will all close uniformly at 8 p.m. Tonight. If you use a USPS facility, you want to make sure it gets today's postmark because if it doesn't you will not have your ballot counted. Secretary of State Kim Woman says she expects a turnout of more than 60% of the 35 people running to replace Democrat James Lee in the governor's mansion will soon be whittled down to two Cuomos. Ryan Harris talked to some of the top In tender. Republican state Senator Phil Fortunato is among those hoping to unseat Endsley and he tells me First thing he'd do is fire transportation Secretary Roger Malark because he says, Millar believes nothing can eliminate traffic congestion. One of the jobs of the Transportation Department is to relieve contestant So I wrote him a letter and I said, If you can't do it, get out of the way and let somebody else who can. Fortunato says he'd also get businesses reopened, as would Republic police chief Lauren Cope, who says he'd bring out medical and other experts to advice? People on how to protect themselves and make sure their supply chains open. That's governor, you know, for equipment is needed and then let free individual citizens decide what's best for themselves, their family and their business. The other Democrat in the race is Don Rivers, who says the first thing he'd do is audit state departments, starting with the employment Security Department. Brian Harris. CAMO NEWS. The retirement of Congressman Danny Hecht has left an open seat in Washington's 10th Congressional District generally thought of as a safe Democratic district. The open seat has attracted 19 candidates, including the former to coma. Mayor Maryland, Strickland. And Seattle's chief of police is speaking out about a City Council plan to cut the police budget by 50%. Chief Carmen Best says she cannot lay off more than 70 officers overnight as proposed by the council push from counsel. Some of our community is to do these large scale changes in 2020 with no practical plan for community safety. I believe wholeheartedly that is completely reckless. Chief Best and Mayor Jenny Durkan are instead proposing $76 million in budget reductions for next year, which includes 20 million and cuts and 56 million and duty transfers from police. The City Council could vote on its proposed police budget amendments next week. The brothers have fallen by awful. Police officer Jonathan Shoop spoke of a good man who always did things the right way comes Carmine. Take reports on Officer Ships Memorial today at a location deliberately kept secret family members of the 32 year old Seattle native spoke of a cheerful little boy who grew to be a humble, dedicated public servant. My brother lived in humility. Older brother Jared Shupe is a Duval firefighter. He notes that Jonathan gave up a lucrative tech career at Amazon to become a police officer Jonathan valued character and service over title in status. The Ballard High grad also earned a B A from the University of Washington. Shoop was killed July 13th after a traffic stop in downtown brothel turned into a car chase than a gunfight. Korwin Hey HQ. Momo News. Five black lives matters. Protesters have filed a federal lawsuit claiming their civil rights were violated. Plaintiffs say there were the victims of indiscriminate police violence. We're forced to defend themselves or buying gas masks, helmets and other protective clothing, according to the Seattle Times. Their suit says this limited their right to peacefully protest a hearing on their motion set for August 25th. Lovely Tuesday night in Seattle Mariners taken on the Angels, the Miami Marlins getting to play baseball again more from Como's bill Sports July 26 when the Corona virus outbreak hit the Miami Marlins playing histories in Philadelphia test in contact, tracing determined 20 players and coaches first picked up Cove in 19 in Atlanta. Miami CEO Derek Jeter says contrary to rumors team members were not involved in risky behavior. You have to have dinner teammates house There were no other guests on site. There's no salaciousness activity. There's no hanging out at bars. Cheater admits A few guys let their guard down. Miami has been forced to call up several players from its taxi squad. The Seattle Mariners have brought up relief pitcher Joey Gerber from their 30 man reserve starter Kendall Graveman goes to the 10 day injured list with a chronic stiff neck. The Seattle Seahawks have put Runningback Rashad Penny on they physically unable to perform list. He's still recovering from a tornado C L last December. And first the Indianapolis 500 was moved from Memorial Weekend late August and now officials have decided no Spectators will be allowed inside to watch the great race. Sports updates in 10 and 40 after the hour, Bill Schwarz come on in. Come on news time. 7 11 In the small town of Elmira, New York, a boy was born into an all American family. The odds of him opening his own clothing store at the age of 18 1 in 138,000 excited to be a part of pop culture he packed for the Big city. The odds of finding someone to invest in his vision, one in 4.5 million theosophy him achieving his dream.

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"The moratorium he signed at the beginning of the Corona virus outbreak. Bruce Sawyer is with the Sierra Club, one of the groups advocating for the extension about time in March. Utilities were prohibited from shutting off service for nonpayment. Those protections could lapse on August 1st. If the mark for him is not extended, Sawyer says it could be disastrous for families across the state. If nothing is done, Charlie Harder camo new local police officers fatally shot a suspect last night in that community, second deadly officer involved shooting and barely two weeks A man who died was suspected of slashing car tyres near a Canyon Park area apartment complex. It's unclear what compelled officers to open fire 17 days ago, baffle police officer Jonathan Shoop was Fatally shot during a gunfight with the suspect. Bellevue City, officials say they're community must doom or to confront racism, but at the same time they will prosecute looters. The viewpoints emerged during a virtual state of the city address in comas. Kerwin Hate has more Bellevue was hit with a big city awakening the night of May 31st when a black lives matter protest devolved into vandalism and looting. I think Bellevue lost a little bit of its innocence that that day, Deputy Mayor Jared New in house We need to do more to confront racism head on during an online fireside chat. New in house applauds City government for committing to scrutiny of its police Department for racial bias and making reforms were needed. Then he salutes Bellevue police for aggressively rounding up the May 31st looters. Bellevue Police Department actively gone after a CZ many as possible. In fact, we've already made over 23 arrested eight. And there will be more coming in the days ahead. It's part of an effort to preserve Bellevue's business friendly reputation. Bellevue Still that place that you want to be Corwin Hey HQ.

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Seattle - Slain Rookie Washington Cop 'Always Wanted to Be a Police Officer'

The Sean Hannity Show

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle - Slain Rookie Washington Cop 'Always Wanted to Be a Police Officer'

"By the way Washington police officer was killed following a traffic stop that always wanted to serve according to his brother, Jonathan shoop joined the local police department, and but fell over year ago Washington State police officer thirty two years old. So sad seattle police chief says fifty percent of budget cut would be a tragic decision. Politically motivated

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected to stay informed Cho, Mo Saturday. Good afternoon. It is 12. 02 I'm Kelly Blow with the top local stories from the Comb 0 24 7 News Center. Officials in Oregon accused the Department of Homeland Security of illegally picking up peaceful protesters in unmarked vans and detaining them without charges. More from ABC is Andrew Dim, Bert. For weeks, Portland police and protesters have been entangled in conflict following the death of George Floyd. Now federal agents are stepping in and some being accused of abusing their power. Local and state leaders like Governor Cape Brown want them out. It's absolutely unacceptable that they're deploying federal officials for political purposes. Thie, Oregon attorney general filing a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security and other federal agencies. Alleging they seized and detained Oregonians without probable cause, and we're getting reaction to the death of civil rights icon John Lewis. Seattle Police chief Carmen Best says his legacy inspires me to promote justice and reform for a better world. Country and state City and Seattle Police Department and Congressman Pramila Jaipal says from sitting in at lunch counters to riding for freedom across the deep South from crossing that bridge in Selma Toe walking these halls in Congress, John Lewis was a true American hero who never stopped fighting for what is right. Detectives investigating the death of both a police officer Jonathan Shoop, now say it appears he was killed by his partner who was returning fire on a suspect, officer Aaron Snell, with the Snohomish County multiple agency response team says They've been chasing a man who opened fire on the driver's side of the patrol car. We believe that multiple shots were fired from inside of that vehicle. Endearing that the training officer officer come sure. Fired multiple times with one of those shots, striking and killing the officer. Shoot in that crossfire. He says, Officer Mustafa Come sure was wounded in the head but is expected to be okay, Officer. Come sure Had been field training officer Shoot 37 year old suspect was caught and charged with first degree murder, Attempted murder and vehicular assault and unincorporated areas of Snohomish County will soon see a burn ban go into effect due to AH High fire danger with hot water, whether in the forecast that goes into effect on Wednesday morning, the restriction bands outdoor burning except for recreational fires. Some cities in the county, including Edmund's ever and Mill Creek, will also be under the burn band. Someone whose time is 12 04.

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected. Stay informed Cho, Mo Saturday. Good morning. It is 11 02 I'm Kelly Bleyer. With the top local stories from the Comb 0 24 7 News Center Governor Inslee met with self sync South King County leaders pushing for more compliance when it comes to mask use in our fight against Cove in 19 That was Jeff Pooja will report saying the area is a hotbed for the Corona virus. The governor reiterated the need to mask our business leaders expressed appreciation for the state is doing To encourage mask usage, and I am appreciative of the business leaders. You are stepping up to the plate in the state of Washington encouraged people to use mass ends early, said he and the leaders in South Kane County are unified in their efforts to fight the disease. Jeff Pooja look Comeau news protesters once again converge near the federal courthouse in Portland last night. As the actions of federal agents come under fire. Portland police and federal authorities deployed CS Tear gas outside the courthouse to disperse the crowd. And an Oregon U. S attorney is opening an investigation into reports of federal officers, arresting people in unmarked vans and the state attorney general announced a lawsuit against multiple federal agencies. It follows six weeks of nightly protests that often and in violent clashes with police. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan has vetoed the payroll tax bill, but it will still become law. The payroll taxes the successor to the failed head tax, and it passed with a veto proof majority on the City Council. Durkin returned the bill on sign, saying it will have a devastating effect on local business. But with supermajority support among council members, it will still become law. Detectives investigating the death of both the police officer Jonathan Shoop, now say it appears he was killed by his partner who was returning fire on a suspect, officer Aaron Snell, with the Snohomish County multiple agency response team says They've been chasing a man who opened fire on the driver's side of the patrol car. We believe that multiple shots were fired from inside of that vehicle. Endearing that, uh, training Officer Officer come sure. Fired multiple times with one of those shots, striking and killing the officer shoot in that crossfire, he says. Officer Mustafa come sure was wounded in the head but is expected to be okay. Officer come shirt had been field training officer Shoup, The 37 year old suspect was caught in charged with first degree murder, attempted murder and vehicular assault. Someone whose time is 11 04 time Tio Take another check of area roadways.

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Seattle now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my northwest dot com With Kobe. 19 cases spiking in our state were probably headed for another lock down, according Tto one medical reporter. I think it's likely we're going to go into shutdown. I don't think it's just a possibility. I would bet money on it. Tom Paulson is a former science and health reporter for the Seattle P I and now writes for Humanity's fear, he tells Cairo nights at this time, he doesn't know if it'll work. I'm not sure how successful the time room there's going to be graver economic consequences from people are tired. They're just tired of this stuff. New details show that baffle Police officer Jonathan Shoop was likely shot by accident by his partner, Cairo Radios Nicole Jennings has more A gunfight happened when Henry Gene Washington allegedly approached bottle officers after a car chase and opened fire. Investigators say. Officer shoots training Officer Mustafa Come shore accidentally shot him during the crossfire. Officer Aaron Smell with the Snohomish County Multiple agency response team says Washington is still being looked at as responsible. It's believed that the actions of the suspect led to the ultimate shooting a death of authorship, having walked away from the vehicle coming back towards the officer's vehicle being armed with a gun shooting. I need to the vehicle. Washington is being charged with aggravated first degree murder, attempted first degree murder and vehicular assault. Officer come sure was wounded during the crossfire, but has been released from the hospital. A former Spokane assistant football coach who raped two teenage girls in 2018 has been sentenced to more than 22 years in federal prison. Spokesman Review Review reports that 31 year old Charles Eagle, it was also sentenced to lifetime supervision once he leaves jail exit was arrested in August of 2018 after he'd met and raped a 14 year old twice using Snapchat to communicate with her. Court documents say England also raped a 15 year old girl after communicating with her over the Social media platform. Sonny today with a high of 78 63 degrees in downtown Seattle. Smart Stream Cairo Radio at home on your smart speakers. Cairo Radio at my.

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"Mo Nightside a couple news time. 905 ART Sanders. TOP local stories from the Comb Over 24 7 News center. Investigators looking into the death of a Buffalo police officer now believe he was killed by his partner. During a shootout with the suspect, Como Su Romero as the later detectives with the Snohomish County multiple agency response team say it appears that Officer Jonathan Shoop was caught in the crossfire of shots exchanged between his partner and a 37 year old man who lived them on a car chase Monday. Spokesman Aaron Snail says the suspect fired on the driver's side of the patrol car and because Officer Mustafa come sure was in the passenger seat returning fire. 32 year old officer, Shoop was in the middle and hit by a bullet from his partner's gun. It's tough knowing that you know, officers are out there doing their job and something like this, you know, unfortunately occurred, he says. The suspect was charged with first degree murder, attempted murder and vehicular assault. Sue Romero Comeau news A family of Attila Tribes member who died after a run in with police is taking action. Five years after his death Attorney Gabe Gallon This is 46 year old Cecil Lacy Jr was having a mental crisis in 2015 minutes, Snohomish County Sheriff's deputy responded. It ended with Lacey face down on the ground, saying I can't breathe. He died shortly afterward. Elena says the family sent a letter to the governor asking for an independent review of the case and accusing Snohomish County of covering up details of Lacey's death, such as not including his last words in the police report, We would not have made this request. If George Floyd did not die in the manner in which he died. But we felt compelled. Given the historic moment we were in to bring forward the evidence that we've generated for the last five years. Governor's office says they will have conversations with the attorney general's office about next steps. The city of Seattle is threatening the shutter businesses and throw people in jail for violating Cove in 19 orders. The mayor's office is They've been doing outreach and education. With the cases continue to rise for repeated or egregious violations. Individuals could be jailed, and companies have their license revoked. Tip line has been set up to report violators. Governor easily visited South King County today, talking with local leaders about the cove in 19 pandemic came away with a belief that we're unified in an effort to use our heads. To follow science to be guided by science and ultimately by saved by science, he said. The single most important thing people can do to stop the spread of the disease is toe wear a mask. Fire Investigators are sifting through debris in search of what started a large fire that destroyed dozens of apartments under construction along the waterfront and Everett last night, almost 10 Natasa as the update Every Fire department says the damage is estimated between 25 to $30 million. But that number could go up because it only counts the destruction to the south building of that complex. It doesn't count damage from the softball sized burning embers that hit homes, roofs, decks across marine view drive or three fire apparatus that were damaged Fire investigators from the Fire Department ever Police Department and the F got aerial photos of the site. Then they'll be combing through the debris looking for any clues, Investigators say. It's just too early to tell what the cause of the fire is. We got to hear from a fire investigator. Fought that fire firsthand. We don't have fires like this often in our communities anymore. So when things like this do happen, there is definitely a sense of intensity, not only for the firefighters, but Even walking through the neighborhoods and talking to the citizens. There was a number that we're really anxious and very scared. This was a four alarm fire..

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Seattle - Bothell Police officer killed by bullet from partner's firearm

News, Traffic and Weather

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle - Bothell Police officer killed by bullet from partner's firearm

"Defectives now believe the fatal shot that killed a bottle Police officer this week came from his partner's gun during a shootout with a suspect. Aaron Snell is with the Snohomish County multiple agency response team. Terrible situation is now even more tragic in the fact that an officer unfortunately being across for situation Killed his partner and that's that's very tough, He says. Officer Jonathan Shoop was driving the patrol car when the suspect they were chasing opened fire on the driver's side. Officer Mustafa Come shore. Shot back from the passenger side and one of his bullets hit officer Shoop come sure was also hit but is expected to be okay. Snell says. The suspect, 37 year old Henry Eugene Washington, was charged with first degree murder, attempted murder and vehicular

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"His running the controls is our technical director. The top expert on Corona virus is urging city and state leaders to be forceful and making people wear masks. Dr. Anthony found she telling that to the Chamber of Commerce. When asked about France issuing a mask rule, he stressed, physical distancing is also very important. On the local scene here around the Puget Sound area, charging documents filed in the fatal shooting of bottle. Police officer Jonathan Shoop say it was the officer's partner, not the suspect who accidentally fired the deadly shot. Prosecutors charged Henry Washington with aggravated first degree murder today, alleging he fired into the patrol car, Shoop and his partner returned fire and one of the bullets the partner fired. Struck Shoop President Trump seems to have a significant hill decline before the 2020 general election. Cuomo's Taylor Band Size takes a closer look at some new numbers. There's a new Washington Post ABC News poll that finds that fewer than 2/5 of Americans approve of the way that he's handling the covert 19 outbreak. Joining us with more on the pole is Washington Post polling director Scott Clement, 38% approval of the president's covert performance. How does that compare to earlier points in the pandemic? Well, it's significantly lower. When we first asked representative sample of Americans how Trump is handling the Corona virus outbreak in March 51% approved of how he was dealing with it. That dropped to 46% in May and as you mentioned 38% in the latest survey Disapproval, of course, has gone up at the same time. He's now at 60% disapproving of the way he's handling the issue and in a strong fashion to you right is that twice as many strongly disapprove. Now, that's right. 52% strongly disapprove of the way Trump is handling the outbreak, compared with 25% who strongly approved. And strong disapproval is also up from 36% in March. So we've seen a pretty start shift in attitudes over the last four months. A lot of people notice that we haven't had a White House briefing with the president specifically about Corona virus in some time how much of this comes down to credibility and what the president is saying? Well, quite a lot of Americans had doubts about comes honesty and trustworthiness going into the outbreak, but We ask people how much do you trust what Trump says about the current virus pandemic, 34% said they trust him. At least a good amount. 64% said they don't trust him much, or at all. 46% within that latter group. I said they they don't trust Trump comments on this issue at all. So he really I is facing a bit of a credibility problem, which could impact his ability. Teo turn those approval numbers around. The poll also asks just other general questions beyond presidential approval, like how some of us choose to or not to wear masks. And and it was interesting to me to see just how big of Ah chunk of us are kind of in solidarity right now wearing our masks everywhere. That's right. I can point out anyone can point out people that are not wearing that when people are out in public, But nearly eight in 10 Americans say that they're wearing a face mask. Either all of the time or most of the time when they're around other people outside their home, which follow CDC recommendations, 57% say they're wearing one all of the time without exception, so that still leaves about foreign 10 Americans who are wearing one all the time. But they're largely the public is following recommendations on this, and as far as American priorities are concerned what ranks hires controlling the spread of the virus or getting the economy going again, Americans still prioritized controlling the spread. I mean, that's a bit of a false choice. To be sure, there are ways to restart the economy and still control the spread, but 633% Coz, controlling the spread when forced to choose. That's actually up 6% points from late May, Uh, when 57% of a prioritized controlling the spread about 1/3 currently say they they would rather restart the economy even if it hurts efforts to control the spread. Plenty more numbers to dig into online at washingtonpost dot com. Or you confined. The new poll from The Washington Post and ABC News Post polling director Scott Clement with US. Thanks, Scott certainly The interview there with Cuomo's Taylor Vance ice. We're coming up on 6 20 times for another update on your money News. Thie Coma Propel insurance money check now and here's Jim Chess coach. It was a mixed finished for stocks. The Dow industrials ending 62 points lower P S and P 500 NASDAQ composite edging higher gains of nine and 29 respectively. Shares of cruise operators Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise shed between 1.5 and two and 1/4 percent following word that the Centers for Disease Control extended its no sale order through the end of September. It had been set to expire next Friday. American consumers are much gloomier as we seek the virus infections picking up new speed across many states. The early reading of the University of Michigan's July consumer sentiment survey dove close to a pandemic low down to 73.2. From 78.1 last month, suggesting a longer economic recovery or even a prolonged recession. Once again, a mixed finished for stocks. The Dow nostrils slipping 62 points. That's your money now. Catch her money news on coma with 20 and 50 passed every hour. Another look a traffic Next Homo.

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Seattle - Bullet that killed Bothell officer came from partner’s gun

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Seattle - Bullet that killed Bothell officer came from partner’s gun

"Charging documents filed in the fatal shooting of bottle. Police officer Jonathan Shoop say it was the officer's partner, not the suspect who accidentally fired the deadly shot. Prosecutors charged Henry Washington with aggravated first degree murder today, alleging he fired into the patrol car, Shoop and his partner returned fire and one of the bullets the partner fired. Struck

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"Marina Rock, Inger These headlines President Trump reportedly considering cutting troops in South Korea. The Wall Street Journal says Trump wants more money from South Korea to keep the 28,000 plus soldiers there is already cutting forces in Germany. Charging documents filed in the fatal shooting of bottle. Police officer Jonathan Shoop say it was the officer's partner, not the suspect who fired the deadly shot. Prosecutors charged Henry Washington with aggravated first degree murder today, alleging he fired into the patrol car. Shoop and his partner returned fire in one of the bullets accidentally hit the officer striking Shoup, our camo news time now for 46. Did you see an odd tweet from a high profile person recently something maybe from former President Barack Obama or it was something to do with Bitcoin? Well, it all happened, of course, is we've been reporting on Twitter and was more than just a few profiles getting hacked. It has larger implications now for the company. Reporting on this in the Washington Post is Rachel Lurman, who talked about it with comas. Tom Hubler. How many resources air going into this Twitter investigation? Understand? It goes well beyond an internal company matter. That's right. Yeah, actually, we're seeing quite a few resources go into this. The FBI announced yesterday that they're going to be investigating this. Several lawmakers are also calling for their own investigations were seeing the state of New York look into it. It's become quite a detailed process isn't clear why this took so long for Twitter to fix the hack as it was happening, so it's interesting. Basically what we know that happened is someone these hackers got. Ahold of some Twitter employee's credentials were not sure if they said them a fake email or if they somehow managed to bribe or blackmail Twitter employees. We don't know that yet, but they've got a lot of these Twitter credentials, and they were able to get into the company's internal systems and take over several of these high profile accounts. And it took Twitter quite a few hours to get to get control of those back and they ended up. She is shutting off Verified tweets for a couple hours on Wednesday, and stomach is some account holder's actually got locked out until this morning. Do we know anything about the motive of the hackers? Is there any association, perhaps with a foreign government, as some have speculated. So we haven't seen that so far and the FBI said, although they haven't said much, they said that they does appear to be just a fraud related scheme into the hackers were just trying to get Bitcoin money through Bitcoin. But we don't know that yet The investigations are still ongoing, and it is possible that the hackers had access to some of these high profile people, public messages, private messages and some of these CMEs that they were sending to other people. The cyber security experts are saying we're actually kind of lucky here that it wasn't somebody trying to get ahold of you. No more private government information. I mean, they were trying to get Bitcoin, but we could have seen this used for mass destruction. I was going to ask what what kind of long term fallout could we be talking about here? Yeah, the hell with Twitter is that it's become such an important platform of politicians and other world leaders to use And the media are on there all the time, you know, and they trust the tweets that comes from these verified accounts. And so if somebody else was Impersonating them, we could see some really important people tweeting out things that could cause Political issues. Very interesting reports that the Washington post dot com Thanks for being with us, Rachel Rachel Lurman, You can read all about it. Washingtonpost dot com. Thank you time. The interview with therewith Cuomo's Tom Hudler and just ahead of our money update. It's time once again for today's afternoon sound by schools must Underscore must provide meaningful instruction during this pandemic, whether they are physically opened the schools or not, That is California Governor Gavin Newsom saying today, schools in the 32 counties on the state's watch list due to Cove in 19 infection rates will not be re opening in the fall. Red flag. Mom guessed its and gets a $25 lunchbox Laboratory gift card. Listen for the Co Moh afternoon Sound by weekday afternoons at 4 40 right here on Co Moh news. Time for an update on money happenings, your couple propel insurance Money Update and Jim Ceausescu a mixed performance for US stocks today, The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 62 points, but the S and P 500 edged up nine while the NASDAQ composite rose 29. Amid recent spikes in Corona virus cases around the country. We're feeling more pessimistic about things. The initial July.

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Crossfire, Investigators said today. They determined that baffle police officer Jonathan Shoop was shot and killed by his own partner during a gun battle with the suspect. Monday night was driving the vehicle and then you have a suspect coming around to his side of the vehicle in engaging the officers. In that course of action, the returning fire it truly was a crossfire situation. Erin Snail with Snohomish County Multiple Agency response team today. The suspect, 37 year old Henry Washington, was charged with three felonies, including first degree murder. Prosecutors say his actions led to Officer shoots death. The USADA's 77,000 new Corona virus cases just today, and in some cities were seeing a surge in the hospital morgues were knowing that funeral homes are also backlog. Mario Martinez with the San Antonio Health Department here in Washington, state Governor Jay Inslee is cracking down on social gatherings that he says are driving an increase in coded 19 infections here. Starting Monday. Counties in Phase three of reopening must limit gatherings to 10 people. Counties in Phase two are restricted to five gallon water. Park says it will close Monday after being handed a big fine for vice violating the state's cove in 19 restrictions have radios nickel, Jennings reports. The Department of Labor and Industry says it reached out to slide waters with several letters and phone calls, giving the park multiple chances to shut down before things got to the point of a $10,000 fine. Ah burn Ban kicked into effect this afternoon and Stand county. No residential yard waste or land clearing. Burns are allowed. Outdoor fires for recreation are OK if they are in approved fire pits. A similar rule takes effect into the home ish county next week. Your Cairo radio forecast calls for increasing sunshine this afternoon with pies around 70. It's 66 degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Bosch Stream Cairo radio at home on your smart speakers. Cairo radio ad by northwest dot com. Cairo Radio..

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"ABC News, stay connected. Stay informed the camo afternoon news. Welcome back to the CO Moh afternoon news. I'm Rick Fanseyes. ELISA Jaffe with the day off, and we're looking at 66 in downtown Seattle still overcast, but some breaks in that cloud cover right now. Among our top story is the city of Seattle is about to begin strict enforcement of the governor's covert 19 orders more from Cuomo's Jeff Pooja alone in a press release, the mayor's office says they've been doing outreach and education for some time trying to get individuals and businesses to comply with masking mandates and chuck down orders, But now they say they're prepared for additional action. Should there be repeated or egregious violations? The city says businesses could have their licenses revoked and individuals thrown in jail for up to a year. They've even set up a tip line for people to report business is not in compliance. Jeff Pooja look come on News. Freight transportation has not been greatly affected by the closure of the Upper West Seattle Bridge, at least yet, but comas Ryan Harris says local port leaders are anxious exports are seen as a key, not just so Washington farmers and manufacturers can ship their goods but to attract those ships here. Those exports in the Northwest are down 8% in June, compared to last year. Imports down 15%. Northwest Seaport, Alliance chief John Wolf says the lower West Seattle bridge has kept frayed impacts to a minimum. But it is going to be critical for us and our customers that that lower bridge remain operable during this time repair a replacement to the upper bridge, which I believe will ensure that we're committed Mai's any impact of the Seattle Harbour. Wolf and his colleagues say it's not a Seattle problem but regional so they want to work with the mayor, the state and others on a fix to keep that cargo moving. Brian Harris camo news investigators looking into the death of a bottle Police officer now believe he was killed by his partner during a shootout with the suspect Almost. Romero with the latest detectives with the Snohomish County multiple agency response team say it appears that Officer Jonathan Shoop was caught in the crossfire of shots exchanged between his partner in a 37 year old man who led them on a car chase Monday. Spokesman Aaron Snail says the suspect fired on the driver's side of the patrol car. And because Officer Mustafa come sure was in the passenger seat. Returning fire. 32 year old officer Shoop was in the middle and hit by a bullet from his partner's gun. It's tough Knowing that you know, officers are out there doing their job and something like this, you know, unfortunately occurred, he says The suspect was charged with first degree murder, attempted murder and vehicular assault. Sir Romero Comeau news. Come. O news time for old for. Let's get an update on traffic..

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"KOMO Seattle KOMO FM, Oakville 20 minutes of nonstop news starts Now It's the co Moh afternoon news and coming up not wearing a mask could now land you in jail. I'm Jeff Pooja with the new enforcement actions from the city of Seattle. It's 65 at three. From ABC News. I'm Daria All the ER. The school year will start for millions of us kids the way the last one ended. Many state officials say Covert 19 is still too much of a threat so they'll continue with online education that includes at least 32 counties in California. Most California school Children will not be returning to campus is in the full due to Governor Gavin Newsom's new order mandating distance learning because of high Cove in 19 rates and in more rural areas where they May be allowed to return, Newsom says. There will be strict rules. All staff and students in third grade and above must wear masks. Students in the second grader below we strongly encourage. Plus, he says. Days will have to begin with temperature checks and regular cove in 19 testing of staff at like Stone. ABC News, Los Angeles, Texas will allow schools to distance educate for at least a week's The governor of Iowa. Kim Reynolds, however, says Kids must be in the classroom At least half of the time. Dr Anthony Fauci today told the Chamber of Commerce Foundation that masks are a must period. We know that masks are really important, and we should be using them. Everyone. New cases of covert 19 this week topped ah, half a 1,000,000 nationwide. And Iowa chemistry student turned meth kingpin was put to death today. The third federal execution this week just in Hong Kong, was convicted of killing five people, including two young girls. A Supreme Court justice is being treated again for cancer. But Ruth Ada Ginsberg says chemotherapy won't keep her off The job. Just Ginsberg says her cancer treatments getting positive results, and it's unrelated to an issue with her pancreas earlier this week. This time it's cancer of the liver. President Trump has said he would like to appoint 1/3 Supreme Court justice. But for now, Justice Ginsburg's She's fully able to continue working while receiving treatment. Amy sees Andi Field in Washington. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the camo afternoon news and we'll underline It's the Friday come. Oh, afternoon news. Hi. I'm Rick Fanseyes. ELISA Jaffe has the day off and in downtown Seattle. Now we're at 63 under cloudy skies. Here's what's happening. I'm Cyril Marrow investigators now, say both a police officer Jonathan Shoop, who died in an incident Monday during a suspect Chase was shot by his police partner during crossfire. Detectives say Shoop was Driving the patrol car when the suspect fired into the driver's side. The other officer was in the passenger seat when he returned fire with soup in the middle. He was killed when he was hit by one of the rounds. I'm Jeff Pooja loves the city of Seattle is threatening to shutter businesses and throw people in jail for violating covert 19 orders the mayor's office as they've been doing outreach and education, but the cases continue to rise. The repeated or egregious violations, individuals could be jailed and companies have their licenses revoked. A tip line has even been set up to report violators. Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson is finding a new laws who challenging the Trump administration's new rules that would roll back anti discrimination. Healthcare protections for LGBTQ, you patients. The A G says the change would allow a wide range of healthcare organizations to discriminate against patients, particularly those who are transgender. Ferguson's lawsuit says the new rules defy a recent Supreme Court ruling that said discrimination on the basis of transgender status or sexual orientation is unlawful. Firefighters in Everett battling that massive blaze the destroyed half of a waterfront apartment complex under discrediting under construction last night. The big, intense fire yesterday at the waterfront place apartments dropped embers onto a nearby hillside threatening existing homes, including Mary Morrissey, just watched as the fire grew on, it was.

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"Still early next week Tuesday highs in the upper eighties close to 90 and the common Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark, just 60 downtown right now. Come on His time. 906 20 minutes of nonstop news continues as a memorial continues to grow at the brothel Police Department for Fallen Officer Jonathan Shoop. Come on. Suzanne Font spoke to the man who was hit on his scooter by the man. Shoop and his partner were trying to stop. Jalen Irvin just got home from the hospital. He's got 20 stitches in his head, and he's still in a lot of pain. He says his leg broke in three places Monday night after Henry Washington allegedly plowed into him. Urban says he and his friend were out on their scooters when I hear a car, so I look I see him coming to see him go through the things I could see his headlights mainly and try to dodge. Whatever he smacks me. I was conscious little time. Remember him hitting me? I was in the air spun around a lot. It was like a flute like 50 feet. Then after that, I was just on the ground waiting for the cops. And then that's when he started. Shooting is also the man accused of killing officer shooting, Injuring shoots partner is Henry Washington and his partner stop Washington because he didn't have a license plate. Suzanne von Communists and Washington is expected to be formally charged Today. The Heat we've had this week is likely to get a jump start to our wildfire season washed out, says he's seen an increasing number of fires along state roadways. Cruise air behind in some areas mowing for the fire season. So brush maybe a little bit higher than normal. Some areas, washout says, never tossed anything, let out the window. Keep your vehicle out of the dry grass or brush. And if you're driving an RV for the first time, make sure the safety chains are secure A dragging Chang and easily spark a wildfire. Connell's Ryan Yamamoto, a Timber technology.

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"Savage in a crunch. There's no lunch rush or very little trash. And way just need to figure out how to pay bills. And now those Amazon workers will not return until January of 2021 at the earliest. It means some restaurants such as the Flying fish have temporarily closed, and others like Trattoria Cuoco and Brave Horse Tavern are now closing their doors for good. So this is a big deal for downtown and south like union here in Seattle, so there's going to be a big impact, not just on the businesses. Out on the employees and on our tax revenues here in Seattle, and as we head into the falls, so much remains up in the air. Will fans be ableto watch the Seahawks at Centurylink Field? Husky football has already canceled all of its nonconference games. Schools are still in limbo and it's anyone's guess as to win major events and gatherings such as a Bumbershoot will return. And that was called Miller reporting. We reached out to the state Health Department. Health experts say businesses are encouraged to telecommute. Those options going if possible to help spread stop the spread of the virus. Today, the state Health Department reported another big jump in new cases, 472 people tested positive, bringing the statewide total toe over 43,000. Another 17 people have died. And 41 people have been hospitalized. Out. Of nearly 734,000 Tests, 5.9% have come back positive Can county health experts say Reducing the transmission of Corona virus is crucial to safely reopening schools and right now the county's health officer says there's too much transmission for him to support bringing kids back to the classroom. A new report from the Institute for Disease Modeling shows opening schools could also impact the outbreak in the community. It's as opening schools without preventative measures could double the number of new cases in the county from September to December. Suggested counter measures include grouping students by age wearing masks and physical distancing New Tonight, the CDC confirmed the first known covert 19 death and kids Happ County happened. Back in early March. Until now, there were only two covered. 19 deaths reported in that county. Both of those patients died in April. Developing tonight some prominent Twitter accounts got hacked today. As you saw now, there's concern about future attacks were just 16 weeks away from the presidential election covers Joe Moreno live tonight with how this scam was meant to manipulate people. Compressed in the crooks were after Bitcoin. The damage was pretty minimal but posing as influential people to dupe their social media followers that could have far more sinister out comes down the road. A message started making its way across Twitter. Soliciting donations that could then be doubled was part of a covert relief, but it was part of a Bitcoin scam. The hacked accounts included Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Elon, Musk and others. Before Twitter shut it down. The unidentified crooks netted about $118,000 in Cryptocurrency. It was was an absolutely a dumb move, and here's why the financial take from this is nearly in significant, cybersecurity expert Mike Hamilton says. What is significant? Is the potential of using high profile accounts to influence followers into a course of action. It could have been weaponized much, much more effective way of my you know, Preferred outcome was to you know, affect election Twitter called it a social engineering attack by people who successfully targeted so of our employees with access to internal systems and tools. And goes on to say We've taken significant steps to limit access to internal systems and tools. While our investigation is ongoing. How did these guys come by this tool? Why would somebody pulled the trigger like this? To make such a pathetic amount of money? Is that really a statement? Somebody sending? Is this a foreshadowing of tactics? We don't know, but I just think the noise level is going to go way up. Twitter's locked down after the hack that does appear to be lifted. It seems like the APP is working. The lesson here is to not totally trust everything you see online. Active tonight. People continue to gather at this memorial for bottle Police officer shot and killed in the line of duty. This is a look at all the flowers, balloons, candles and other tributes. People have left toe honor Officer Jonathan Shoop. A second officer was released from Harbor View Medical Center yesterday. Tonight. The man accused of pulling the trigger, or Henry Washington is being held without bail. Investigators say he fired shots into the police cruiser killing officer Shoop. Court records show. He called another police department in Kansas and confessed to the shooting, Washington's mother tells Come on news. Her son lives in Waco, Texas, and was visiting the Seattle area. She says her son is a history of mental illness and was off his medication. Washington is now facing several charges, including first degree murder right now. Seattle police are investigating a stabbing downtown that sent one man to the hospital. Witnesses told police two men were fighting on the sidewalk there. Third and union Just before the stabbing happened. Officials say the man stabbed has non life threatening injuries. No arrests have been made. 11 The man accused of setting fire to Seattle Police Department's East Precinct is now facing a federal arson charge. Fire was caught on camera as you can see here before the chop zone was dismantled on Capitol Hill last month. Police arrested Isaiah Willoughby. Investigators say some of his Facebook post directed anger at police. This is the third federal case linked to the recent protests. The driver accused of driving into a crowd of protesters and shooting a man on Capitol Hill. Pleaded not guilty today. Nicholas Fernandez is charged with first degree assault. Fernandez's lawyer says his client shot in self defense The man who was shot survived The Seattle City Council continues to deliberate on whether to fund the Police Department and how right now seven of nine council members support the effort. The council is working with several groups, including de criminalized Seattle, They proposed eliminating data driven policing the North Precinct SWAT funding the navigation team. Police recruiting and a reduction in patrol and administrative staffing. I really have to get out of this paradigm of believing criminalization. Our response to harm with armed officers is the appropriate response. We know that it's not Dear Jenny Derek and is asking for a 5% where a $20 million cut for the remainder of 2020 But council members are asking for more this year and at least 50% for next year. The council will finalize your proposal on August 3rd. Come a new spoke one on one with Seattle police chief Carmen Best Today she's pushing back against the City Council, saying the council's being hasty best told us that a 50% budget cuts this.

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Community mourns fallen Seattle-area Officer Jonathan Shoop

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Community mourns fallen Seattle-area Officer Jonathan Shoop

"Grows in Bothell for the police officer, Jonathan Shoop, who was shot and killed in the line of duty. Monday night, Cuomo's Joe Marino visited the site, candles, messages and Mementos stretch across the plaza in front of both awful City Hall. The community came to mourn the death of Officer Jonathan Shoop. It was really early Jackie needed always really good guy. Greg Opal says he and Shupe would often talk sometimes about his dog, Lucy. You see it the bark and a bull over and come out and say at a Lucy just loved the dog and Only this chat. People filled the plaza throughout the day, and parents brought their Children as they paid their respects. We tend to come together pretty Pretty well when tough times comes so that I'll bring him down and support the police down here. Investigators say Shoop and his partner were chasing a driver who took off from a traffic stop. The driver got out after hitting a man on the road, then walked toward the patrol car and started firing a gun into the windshield, and a second officer survived the shooting.

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"News. Homo news Art Sanders. Now your top stories from the camo 24 7 news Center counter, James Lee has extended the current paws on reopening from the pandemic shut down until July 28th with the warnings that date could be extended and that he could decide to roll some things back before them and as a memorial grows to fall in Buffalo police officer Jonathan Shoop A hearing video of Monday night shooting from people who saw the whole thing from their balcony and captured it on their phones shooting, dude. You just shoot that cop? After an hour's long manhunt, Police arrested a man after he became wedged between two downtown baffle buildings. He could make his first court appearance today. A second bottle officer was also heard in what began as an attempted traffic stop that ended in gunfire. The person who was hit by the car being pursued is expected to be okay. We do it every 10 minutes on the fours time, check your co Moh traffic. In fact, Korea that eastbound and westbound I 90 off ramps to Bellevue Way our clothes for road work until 5 a.m. joint base. Lewis McChord on North Bound I five. The left lane is closed near the main gate to Pendleton Avenue until 4 30 The north five off ramp to the main gate is also closed overnight until 4 30 in the morning. I'm Jay Phillips. Homo 24 7 traffic. The co Moh forecast a starry starry night one for comic Ewing as well. If you're trying to spot neo wise look low on the Northwest horizon, right below.

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"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan shoop" Discussed on KOMO

"First of alive. Look at the growing memorial for Bottle Police Officer Jonathan Shoot who was shot and killed in the line of duty, flowers and balloons cards surrounding this police SUV outside Bottle City Hall tonight. Tonight, the community gathering for a vigil to remember Officer Shoot who was killed around this time last night during a traffic stop. Another officer survived. We're learning more about the man who died serving his community. Most droll Marino joins us with the loss that has left this city aching Joel. This is really something to behold. Molly Impression and justice. All the balloons and other tributes out here encircle this patrol car so too As a community wrapped itself around this man and this department and amid all the grief or some frightening new details about how officer Shoop was killed. Candles, messages and Mementos stretch across the plaza in front of awful City Hall, where the community came to mourn the death of Officer Jonathan Shoop. It was really, really touching. touching. He He was was always always really really good good guy, guy, Greg Greg Opal Opal says says He He and and Shupe Shupe would would often often talk talk sometimes sometimes about about his his dog, dog, Lucy. Lucy. He's He's seeing seeing it it at at the the park park and and a a bull bull over over and and come come out out and and say say at a Lucy just loved the dog and Only this chat. People filled the plaza throughout the day, and parents brought their Children as they paid their respects. We tend to come together pretty Pretty well when tough times come, so I thought I'd bring him down and support the police down here. Investigators say Shoop and his partner were chasing a driver who took off from a traffic stop. The driver got out after hitting a man on the road, then walked toward the patrol car and started firing a gun into the windshield. Shoop was killed at the scene. The other officer wounded. Their work is just so valuable. And so cherished and we're so thankful for Their willingness to give up their life to protect ours. Shoop. It also served in the Coast Guard for a time worked in the tech industry. Did he just Came from Amazon police partner by year ago. Shoop also had a fiancee as well as his mom to brothers. We really appreciate police in model for sure. The man arrested for killing Shoop should be in court tomorrow. Family members claimed that that man has a history of mental illness. Not

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Seattle - Bothell mourns slain police officer Jonathan Shoop killed during traffic stop

News, Traffic and Weather

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Seattle - Bothell mourns slain police officer Jonathan Shoop killed during traffic stop

"First of alive. Look at the growing memorial for Bottle Police Officer Jonathan Shoot who was shot and killed in the line of duty, flowers and balloons cards surrounding this police SUV outside Bottle City Hall tonight. Tonight, the community gathering for a vigil to remember Officer Shoot who was killed around this time last night during a traffic stop. Another officer survived. We're learning more about the man who died serving his community. Most droll Marino joins us with the loss that has left this city aching Joel. This is really something to behold. Molly Impression and justice. All the balloons and other tributes out here encircle this patrol car so too As a community wrapped itself around this man and this department and amid all the grief or some frightening new details about how officer Shoop was killed. Candles, messages and Mementos stretch across the plaza in front of awful City Hall, where the community came to mourn the death of Officer Jonathan Shoop. It was really, really touching. touching. He He was was always always really really good good guy, guy, Greg Greg Opal Opal says says He He and and Shupe Shupe would would often often talk talk sometimes sometimes about about his his dog, dog, Lucy. Lucy. He's He's seeing seeing it it at at the the park park and and a a bull bull over over and and come come out out and and say say at a Lucy just loved the dog and Only this chat. People filled the plaza throughout the day, and parents brought their Children as they paid their respects. We tend to come together pretty Pretty well when tough times come, so I thought I'd bring him down and support the police down here. Investigators say Shoop and his partner were chasing a driver who took off from a traffic stop. The driver got out after hitting a man on the road, then walked toward the patrol car and started firing a gun into the windshield. Shoop was killed at the scene. The other officer wounded. Their work is just so valuable. And so cherished and we're so thankful for Their willingness to give up their life to protect ours. Shoop. It also served in the Coast Guard for a time worked in the tech industry. Did he just Came from Amazon police partner by year ago. Shoop also had a fiancee as well as his mom to brothers. We really appreciate police in model for sure. The man arrested for killing Shoop should be in court tomorrow. Family members claimed that that man has a history of mental illness. Not

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