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"justin graham" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

09:40 min | 3 months ago

"justin graham" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"On its our number three. Welcome, Muppets. One thing's recording Georgia and if you're just tuning in, I was discussing at the end of last hour. Of course, the importance Of the Georgia Senate run offs. I think it's the understatement. Clearly, you understand the ramifications here. And why. The Republicans need to win these seats, because if they don't if they go democratic, well, then it's a tie and then Kamila Harris will break that type. In the United States Senate, So that would be just a little bit of a problem. Massive money is gonna be spent. It's predicted that over $200 million is gonna be spent. By both sides, Democrats and Republicans for this runoff. In Georgia. Now there is some indication clearly because of what the secretary of state is saying. Brad Ratzenberger s O. Secretary of State Rapids Burger. Is saying, And this is a quote. Make no mistake about it. I will seek to prosecute those who try to undermine our elections to the fullest extent of the law, he said in a statement last week. The integrity of our elections is paramount. Outside groups who seek to interfere with democracy in Georgia should be four warned that the consequences will be severe. So what does he was he talking about? Well, there is chatter and clearly they must know something. That there are Out of staters. Who are planning to or who have moved to Georgia just Will vote. In the upcoming Senate runoff. People moving just to try to affect the election, which way for the Democrats for the Republicans doesn't matter. If they can determine that you moved to the state. For the sole purpose of voting. They're going to go after you. Guns a blazing, so let's Ah little warning from the secretary of state in Georgia and interesting I got around to checking out this interview. And speaking of the secretary of state. Rapids Burger. Justin Graham. This is folks. Hey, attention to this. This is important. It was an interview that was conducted last week and I finally got around to seeing portions of this. In interview with Justin Gray. He is a reporter. He handles politics. I think he's the Washington correspondent for Atlanta television station, WSB TV. In Atlanta. Let me bring up this traffic is Washington correspondent for the Channel, and he's bringing up here quickly. Yeah. Oh, Investigative Reporter. All right, so any any, uh, he's a recovering Washington correspondent. So an investigative reporter for WSB TV in Atlanta. And it is Twitter profile, he says. He's a recovering Washington correspondent. He did a report. And this is interesting in a new interview with me, this is what he tweeted out at Georgia Secretary of State talking about reference Burger. Says 24,000 Republicans. Who voted absentee and the primary did not vote in the general election. And the secretary of state, the Republicans Second state in Georgia Raffles Burger. Rapids Burger is saying that Donald Trump cost himself the election. By sowing distrust in absentee. So, the Georgia secretary of state told this reporter for WSB TV in Atlanta, Justin Gray that Trump would have won the state. Would have won Georgia. By 10,000 votes. He actually suppressed. Depressed his own voting base. So what does that mean? Well, it means that the president, this happened in Florida, and if you remember the president had to do an about face And this is also important to note important to recall that in my home state of Florida, the president had to say Oh mail in voting absentee ballots, the biggest fraud ever. But remember, he backtracked. This was back in. It was August at the president. The president said. Oh, fraud is rampant. All but Florida. Florida's okay. I did several commentaries on this and I said, Mr President, What are you doing? You need the mail in vote. You need these absentees. You need elderly voters. Older population voters in the state of Florida. You need these individuals and you could be scaring them off. And clearly, party officials in Florida. Got to the president must have got the agronomy Daniela Thorin say here got the President Trump directly or surrogates and said, Well, Whoa, Stop! Stop! Stop! You gotta tell the president to stop talking about it's all fraudulent at mail in voting absentee ballots, yet it's the worst. And they read Trump the right act. You're hurting yourself. You're gonna screw the pooch here in in calling off votes that you need that could be mailed in. By senior citizen voters in the state of Florida. And then the president did a reverse if you remember I talked about this somebody, Mr. President, What are you doing? You know, and then it was a couple of days later. What the president said. Oh, except Florida. Absentee Mayland. Every in Florida. It's okay. Well, now it seems that we're getting some information here from the secretary of State, the Republican Ravan's burger up in Georgia. We got essentially the same story here, and the president who attacked mail in voting attacked absentee balloting that That suppressed And we have the secretary of State and Georgia here, saying that Donald Trump cost himself the election he is saying. 24,000 GOP's who voted absentee in the primary. Did not vote in the general election. You so you do the math here, 24,000. And you look at the margin. And he would have won by 10,000 votes. So if you would have added that The 24,000 who voted absentee but then vote in the general if you want to put those into the pot Look at the difference in Georgia and the numbers here from this interview it The numbers are off just a little bit, because I think that the numbers came in where the recounts, uh, brought biting them from what from 14,100 or whatever was to Ah 12,000 voters so margin, but the point remains the same. Is that Trump suppressed his own votes. He talked. These Republicans who voted in the primary, talked them out of voting in the general election. And here we have the Republican secretary of State and George is saying, Mr President, all your talk about fraud and the ridiculous massive fraud of Mallon, absentee, etcetera. It cost Trump, Georgia. That's a pretty significant statement. That is being made here that Trump's own words. Suppress vote that he needed. His own voting base, so Trump would take in Georgia. If you believe the secretary of state if you believe the numbers on the discrepancy between the the primary Republican voters and then what? Actually turned out for November 3rd that's significant folks. 808 01 89 99 You want to get in 808 01 89 99 You want to bring something new. Agree with me. Disagree with me. You want to add to the sniff conversation? Well, that is how you do it. 808 01. 89 99 is the nationwide number here on sniff. And I'm just curious. So you think they're gonna be in the prosecution's You think that George is going to be able to find in the folks that literally moved into the state just to vote? One way or the other..

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"justin graham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The boy's father is a US citizen last year. He brought his son to California for medical treatment for genetic brain disorder. Six people hurt after a jet bridge at the Baltimore, Washington international airport, partially collapses overnight. Here's the AP's Julie Walker airport in Baltimore tweeted that six people were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening in. Injuries due to the incident. Southwest. Airlines says flight eight twenty two had just arrived from Kana and the Dominican Republic and requested paramedics to help with a medical situation involving a passenger the airline says the passenger loading bridge known as the jetway experienced a failure, while medics were helping the sick passenger outside the aircraft. I'm Julie Walker. Three fifty right now on WBZ man's best friend saving a New Hampshire. Couple when fire swept through a home in Barnes, dead a home with no working smoke detectors, the occupants sound asleep. But their dog who was deaf was awakened and alerted everyone in the house. Several other pets died in the blaze hall was destroyed. The cause of the fire is under investigation. California's attorney general says Pacific Gas and electric could be prosecuted for murder Independen submitted to a federal judge. Here's ABC's Todd end with the latest attorney general heavier Sarah says if investigators determine that reckless operation of its power equipment caused any of the deadly wildfires in northern California over the past two years, then Pacific Gas and electric could be prosecuted for murder manslaughter or lesser criminal charges PG, and he could be liable for billions of dollars in civil damages in connection with last month's campfire that killed eighty six people. In the paradise area. More than any other fire in California history, a dramatic scene at a Taco Bell in central California. Police in Paso Robles swarming the fast food restaurant yesterday to take a saying Clinton prison escapee back into custody last capture ended a three days statewide manhunt said Raphael. Police sergeant Justin Graham says the president was initially spotted in that city hours after the escape since the arrest. We've been able.

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"justin graham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston. To twenty four now on WBZ time for health watch to viruses, are the most likely culprits when it comes to acute flaccid, my elitest or a FM the condition that's caused over a hundred children nationally to experience muscle paralysis, Matthew Elrick, a pediatric neurologist at Johns Hopkins, and colleagues have examined the clinical data and come up with a more precise definition. The rough estimate is that only about one out of every hundred children who get this virus will actually develop paralysis we suspect that one of the reasons may be that some children are genetically susceptible to develop infection of the nervous system. Whereas others are not the viral infection appears to be relatively widespread, but the development of paralysis is rare pattern has been seen in some other viral infections as well that have been linked to genes one of the major ones being on satellite as caused by the herpes virus. The hope is that primary care and emergency department docks will be able to spot af FM earlier. At Johns Hopkins, I'm Elizabeth, Tracy. To twenty six on WBZ a dramatic scene at a Taco Bell in central California yesterday. Police Roble swarming the fast food restaurant to take a San Quentin presidents KP into custody ending a three day. Statewide men hunt said Raphael. Police sergeant Justin Graham says the prisoner was initially spotted in that city hours after the escape since the arrest. We've been able to.

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"justin graham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For the two year old boy whose Yemeni mother had successfully fought the Trump administration's travel ban to reunite with her dying son in northern California ability Hoskins, father, telling mourners at the service that he hopes the families struggle will lead to a change in US policy that will help other families the family's attorney Saad swim echoing the father's concern. Hopefully, you know with with people and people see this case, and then the support gathers around these countries in these communities that are impacted, you know, hopefully, they're going to have a chance to be reunited with their families as well. And and you know, we pray that that's what happens the boy's father is US citizen last year. He brought his son to California for medical treatment for genetic brain disorder. The head of a Boston Catholic seminary hit by allegations of misconduct has been tapped to lead the cathedral in Worcester. Monsignor James Maroney will become interim director at the cathedral of Saint Paul beginning. The first of January the announcement, not mentioning the staff. Atis of the investigation, but Maroni said the blog post he looks forward to the results of the inquiry. Boston's archbishop cardinal Sean O'Malley launch the investigation and placed Baroni on sabbatical leave in August after two former seminarians said they'd witnessed inappropriate behavior including sexual misconduct and alcohol abuse after the school. California's attorney general says Pacific Gas and electric could be prosecuted for murder in an opinion submitted federal judge ABC's taught in with the story. Attorney general heavier, but Sarah says if investigators determine that reckless operation of its power equipment caused any of the deadly wildfires in northern California over the past two years, then Pacific Gas and electric could be prosecuted for murder manslaughter or lesser criminal charges p genie could be liable for billions of dollars in civil damages in connection with last month's campfire that killed eighty six people in the paradise area. More than any other fire in California history, a dramatic scene at a taco. Bell in central California yesterday afternoon. Police and pasta Robles swimming, the fast food restaurant to take a San Quentin prison escapee into custody ending a three day statewide band hug say Raphael. Police sergeant Justin Graham says the prisoner was initially stopped in that city hours after the escape since arrests. We've been.

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"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

"AM, seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time now is for nine. The suspects arrested provided a platform for the Stanislaw county sheriff to rip in the California sanctuary laws. Those who wrote the loss found themselves on the defensive KCBS Kim foster as part of our that part of our coverage. Stanislas county sheriff Adam christianson says officers things shooting could have been prevented under Espy fifty four in California based on two arrests for DUI and some other active warrants that this criminal has out there. Law enforcement would have been prevented prohibited from sharing any information with ice about this criminal gang member. Ladies and gentlemen. This is not how you protect the community. But former state Senator Kevin de Leon who authored many of the sanctuary laws says the laws are meant to protect immigrants with no criminal records who have been in this country for a long time. It is not to protect those who break the law. There's a long list of more than eight hundred crimes that are eligible for local sheriff's those are in charge of our county jails at the fifty eight counties in California to collaborate and cooperate with ice agents. Liliane says he is not sure why this suspect was not picked up before this because he had two outstanding warrants Kim foster. KCBS a twenty three year old man who stabbed the classmate to death in thrill kill when he was fifteen could soon be getting out of jail. KCBS is my Kogas says it's because of a new state law that goes into effect January first utter Espy thirteen ninety one. No, one sixteen can be tried as an adult. No matter the crime, the new laws retroactive, which means resentencing one of the beneficiaries Jay Williams who told investigators he killed his classmate just to see what it would feel like Santa Clara county prosecutor Carolyn Powell, he was originally sentenced to twenty six years to life in state prison, and it's SP thirteen Ninety-one becomes a lot. He will do two more years. That's it. That's it legal analyst Stephen Clarke thinks we could see a lot more young killers street gangs will use fifteen year olds as the hitman for their organization knowing that a fifteen year old cannot be punished as an adult. So the most that that individual could spend in custody would be ten years in juvenile system. The man. Convicted of the twenty fifteen killing of eight-year-old, Mattie Middleton in Santa Cruz is also for resentencing why Colgan KCBS search for a can convict who escaped from San Quentin prison is expanding across California. Shallow Mendoza walked away from a prison work crew on Wednesday night. He later carjacked a woman in the parking lot of a Home Depot in San Rafael and drove off in her twenty eleven silver Toyota RAV four SUV San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham says Mendoza should be considered armed and dangerous. If they happen to see the inmate.

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"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Seven twenty the search for a convict who escaped. The San Quentin prison is expanding across California. Shallow Mendoza walked away from a prison work crew on Wednesday night. He later carjacked a woman in the parking lot of a Home Depot in San Rafael and drove off in her twenty eleven silver Toyota RAV four's SUV San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham says Mendoza should be considered armed and dangerous. They happened to see the inmate or the or the vehicle in this particular case that they immediately call nine one one keep their distance and be a good witness the license plate for that Toyota is six S T Z five zero to Mendoza was serving a five year sentence for a carjacking in LA county and leading police on a chase. He was arrested last. Year by the L A P D for workers over the age of fifty the decision to retire may not be there's a new report by propublica. And the urban institute says that more than half of US workers are forced out of their jobs before they're ready to retire which can do irreparable harm to their finances and their quality of life. Rich Johnson is an economist economist rather at the urban institute who contributed to the report he spoke with Cape KCBS anchor is Melissa call Ross and Jeff bell. Who are these workers? Are there any particular industries that are more likely to be sort of dangerous for older workers in terms of keeping their job things, we found in the study was widespread these risks? Are that's not just confined to one particular industry or one type of worker, but every older worker and economy face this risk of about a fifty percent chance probability of of losing your job before you retire? We did find the risks were. Slightly higher in manufacturing than other industries. But it's really across the board. We're talking about a big group. Here you cite in your piece, the census bureau figure of what forty million Americans age fifty or older who were working. That's right. The people fifteen older make up about a third of the workforce. So yeah, it's a big part and growing part of the workforce. And so, you know, there are protections for workers over the age of forty when they lose their jobs Howard, do these factor in and why are people over fifty were why were you able to ascertain why are people over fifty still getting pushed out, right? So you are right. There are protections in place in nineteen sixty seven congress passed the age discrimination in employment act, and it says employers can't discriminate on the basis of age an priorities protections for people over forty, but it's really hard to to to to to prove that you've been discriminated against and in two thousand nine the supreme court said, well, not only do you have to show that age was a factor. But you have to prove that it was the only factor in an older person losing his or her job. So it's become really hard to to prove age discrimination and actually increasingly hard big part of the story is you folks point out is the fact that the traditional pinch news is pretty much gone for a lot of folks in their fifties right now. That's right. And you know, ironically, I think that the the the arose and the almost elimination of the traditional pensions has actually made employers a little less likely to hire older workers because with the pension what the French did is provided a sort of orderly retirement of older, folks. So when you became eligible for your pension people, generally left, and so the pension age was sixty two people tend to leave at sixty two. And now, you don't see that as much, and so I think that's maybe one reason why employers are reluctant to hire older workers because they don't know when they're gonna leave to what have you found that workers who choose not to retire are able to do what kind of jobs are they able to get a lot of them are really physically demanding jobs. You know, one of the most common jobs for older workers or things like janitors and housekeepers healthcare is a portent part of dot for older, folks. But, but these kinds of home health aid work is also very physically demanding. So it's you know, people do sign. Jobs. But when they find them, they they they tend to pay much less. We're finding that on average. You're losing about half of your pre layoff salary when you become reemployed at older ages that was economist wrist rich Johnson with the urban institute. It's onto the money. Watch at seven twenty five till lati- continued on Wall Street stocks ended mixed the Dow Jones industrials fell seventy six points or third of a percent. The NASDAQ closed a tenth of a percent higher the S and P five hundred closed a tenth of a percent lower. It's not just federal workers who are concerned about how the government shutdown will affect their finances. Farmers are worried that aid payments from Washington could be delayed. The payments were authorized by the Trump administration after the trade war with China lowered crop prices the Federal Communications Commission looking into a nationwide internet.

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"justin graham" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on KGO 810

"Now on Amazon just tell Alexa to play K G O eight it's two o'clock at K G O Nikki's off today. I'm Paul Rogers, a suspect is in custody and the killing of a central valley. Police officer Stanislas sheriff Adam christianson says he was captured near Bakersfield today. Gestapo, harass Arriaga. Thirty three years old was arrested earlier today during the execution of a search warrant he was found that residents in the Bakersfield Kern county area says the suspect has to prior arrests. He's also in the country illegally at a news conference announcing today's arrest fallen officer Ron sings brother, Reggie spoke. There's a lot of people out there. A lot of lowered force when people that I've known, no work days and nights. Thank you. Also under arrest where the suspect's brother and a co worker the search for an escaped. San Quentin prison inmate continues San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham says San Quentin has a longstanding reputation of being a secure institution in the time that I've been here. I haven't heard of anything like this before new surveillance video reportedly shows the inmate year shallow Mendoza carjacking, Dane, Newin in a Home Depot parking lot. She recalls the moment. Mendoza carjacker Wednesday night. He just came very fast. And then he's have something inside just said L the gun and the key the key. If not gonna kill you now. In other news three day music festival will be held at the original Woodstock concert site to Mark the fiftieth anniversary of the historic.

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"justin graham" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Seventeen on KNX the search for an L A convict who escaped prison in the bay area is expanding across California. Shallow Mendoza walked away from San Quentin prison work crew on Wednesday night. He later carjacked a woman in the parking lot of a Home Depot in San Rafael and drove off in her twenty eleven silver Toyota RAV four SUV San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham says Mendoza should be considered armed and dangerous. If they happen to see. The inmate or the or the vehicle in this particular case that they immediately call nine one one keep their distance and be a good witness the license plate for the RAB. Four is six S T Z five zero two six S T Z five oh to Mendoza. It was serving a five year sentence for carjacking in L A county leading police on a chase. He was arrested last year by the LAPD. And of course, the reason we mentioned this license plate don't know where he is could be here in southern California. It appears that the man who killed a cop in Newman has been captured reports are coming in from central California that the fugitive was arrested sometime between last night and this morning in Bakersfield, we're expecting a news conference to happen at noon. We will have the latest information on that lake Elsinore residents who already endured breeze and brush fires and flooding. Now have a new problem to deal with a massive die off of fish. It's not a new phenomenon. According to Nicole daily assistant for the lake Elsinore city manager. The summer months when the water's warmer temperatures. And usually that will lead to algae blooms alternately choke out the oxygen in the water. However, recent flood runoff into the lake from Dover hillsides containing everything from ash to mud to fire retardant chemicals may be a contributing factor. The die off and water samples are being analyzed. We're waiting to be able to take maybe you determine what may be causing this style, while crews cruiser cleaning up thousands of dead fish each day..

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"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS news time, eight thirty one CBS news update, the shutdown stalemate isn't over and it won't be until sometime after the new year. The White House continues to blame Democrats for refusing to fund the president's border wall. We're here, and they know where to find and we put it up. Well, we put the last offer on the table of the president's acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney. We were fully expecting them to come back. And and and continue those negotiations last night, they called us and said that they weren't even going to counter. Her that has doubled down on Mr. Trump's threat to completely shut down the southern border as well. Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern blames Republican lawmakers who've sided with the president is manufactured shutdown unnecessary and a lot of people's lives have been. Offended because the White House claims federal paychecks will go out today as part of the normal pay cycle. Governments personnel office is also giving workers advice on what to do when the checks. Stop CBS news update, I'm Peter King. KCBS news time eight thirty to this week's car jacking of a woman at a San Rafael Home Depot, allegedly by escape San Quentin inmate has rattled some nerves. He CBS is making gold be reports. This is an extremely rare situation says San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham, not a reason to avoid the area. Don't think it should be worried. I think this is a situation that was unique. And this shopper who actually pulled up in the same model car as the woman who was carjacked RAB four. Agreed. I've never thought about or worried about I mean, I thought it was pretty hard to escape from San Quentin. Right. It is. So now, it's not something I've ever really thought about but this employee has. Yes, I'm worried because they just right there. So if any if this could happen the end, they need security like ace at. Because there's a lot of female workers who do happen to leave late. Home depot. Didn't immediately respond to requests for comment in San Rafael, making gold, speak KCBS, tree, cutting and trimming operation underway. This morning at Berkeley's fabled people's park, and it may not be going. Well, the university of California. Of course, there controls that property and had sent to treat chippers and work trucks into people's park this morning to remove more than forty trees, and a bunch of other trees that apparently has already stalled at Berkeley side blog is reporting at this hour that a few people are sitting in front of some of the trees which were scheduled to be taken down saying they're willing to be arrested. The stop what they say is clear cutting of trees in people's park as a partial quote from Berkeley side, they are saying we can do whatever we want. I am saying bleep you said one of them, and he didn't use the word blade identified as Russell Bates. So that's underway right now at people's park in Berkeley six. Sixty seven million dollar lawsuit filed against the bay area's largest mushroom grower. KCBS Meikeljohn reports some Morgan hill companies accused of dumping wastewater into a stream that flows into Coyote creek. The lawsuit filed on the Santa Clara county DA's office alleges Monterey mushrooms was intentionally dumping wastewater containing ammonia into Fisher creek. This is a instance of pollution that has been ongoing for several years, and there are multiple points of discharge of the wastewater coming off of their spent compost piles coming from they're contaminated stormwater ponds. It's not just one instance Denise rob who was on the environmental protection unit at the DA's office. The action is not only unlawful but unacceptable. Our waterways are.

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"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Beer sales in the US sagging. Few brands are up over the past five years. The beer that showed the biggest surge Modell, especially Al going on CBS news. Four zero five at the bay area's news station, KCBS cold and clear leading to a another sunny day. Good morning. I'm Curtis came in for John Evans. Here's what's happening. The carjacking of a woman at a San Mateo Home Depot on Wednesday night as rattled nerves as KCBS is Meghan golsby reports the thorns believed the man who did it may have escaped from San Quentin minutes earlier. This is an extremely rare situation says San Roselle police sergeant Justin Graham, not a reason to avoid the area. I don't think they should be worried. I think this is a situation that was unique. And this shopper who actually pulled up in the same model car as the woman who was carjacked RAB four. Agreed. I've never thought about or worried about I mean, I thought it was pretty hard to escape from San Quentin. Right. Eight is so no, it's not something I've ever really thought about but this employee has. Yes, I'm worried because. Right there. So if any if this happened the end they need security like eighth at because there's a lot of female workers who do happen to leave late. Home Depot didn't immediately respond to requests for comment in San Rafael, making gold, speak KCBS loose held a briefing on a deadly officer involved shooting that took place in San Jose on Christmas day, KCBS reporter, Keith men Coney says the family of the woman killed in the incident believes that police went after the wrong person when officers responded to reports of gunfire Tuesday morning, they spotted a vehicle that matched a description of one that was linked to the incident and was also determined to be stolen. What followed was a car. Chase that ended when according to police the driver, Jennifer Vasquez Randa, police vehicle and four police officers responded with gunfire killing this Vasquez and injuring another occupant. Now, though, San Jose police chief Eddie Garcia has revealed that the car they pursued was not the vehicle that was involved in the gunfire incident, but Garcia. Says given miss Vasquez's actions. It was reasonable for the officers to feel that their lives were in danger. Yes, they were not the individuals that were responsible for the shooting that they were individuals that were in a stolen vehicle. They were individuals that took police in a high speed pursuit. Members of Vasquez's family, though, say they do not believe the use of force was justified especially over a woman when.

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"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

"K CBS cold and clear leading to another sunny day. Good morning. I'm Curtis came in for John Evans. Here's what's happening. The carjacking of a woman at a San Rafael Home Depot on Wednesday night has rattled nerves s KCBS as Meghan golsby reports. Authorities believe the man who did it may have escaped from San Quentin prison minutes before this is an extremely rare situation to San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham, not a reason to avoid the area. I don't think it should be worried. I think this is a situation that was unique. And this shopper who actually pulled up in the same model car as the woman who was carjacked a four. Agreed. I've never thought about or worried about I mean, I thought it was pretty hard to escape from San Quentin. Right. It is. No, it's not something I've ever really thought about but this employee has. Yes, I'm worried because I'm sorry. So if any if this could happen the end, they need security like eighth at. There's a lotta female workers who do happen to leave late. Home Depot didn't immediately respond to request for comment in San Rafael, making gold, speak KCBS. Lucille, the briefing on a deadly officer involved shooting that took place in San Jose on Christmas day, KCBS reporter, Keith men Coney says the family of the woman killed in the incident believes that police went after the wrong person when officers responded to reports of gunfire Tuesday morning, they spotted a vehicle that matched a description of one that was linked to the incident and was also determined to be stolen. What followed was a car. Chase that ended when according to police the driver Jennifer Vasquez rand, a police vehicle and four police officers responded with gunfire killing this Vasquez and injuring another occupant. Now, though, San Jose police chief Eddie Garcia has revealed that the card they pursued was not the vehicle that was involved in the gunfire incident. But Garcia says given miss Vasquez's actions. It was reasonable for the officers to feel that their lives were in danger. Yes, they were not. Individuals that were responsible for the shooting, but they were individuals that were in a stolen vehicle. They were individuals that took police on a high speed pursuit numbers of Vasquez's family, though, say they do not believe the use of force was justified especially over a woman win..

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"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Stores, which the company owns when each let CBS news. He is the Associated Press male athlete of the year for the third time. Lebron James remains arguably the dominant player in basketball and in two thousand eighteen he continued to excel off the court opening the I promise school for at risk children in his hometown of Akron, Ohio. I'm Jim Taylor. CBS news. It's twelve o five at the bay area's news station. KCBS clear skies overnight with lows in the thirties and forties. Good morning. I'm Carrie Hodousek. Here's what's happening. San jose. Police are on the defense over a deadly officer involved shooting that took place early Christmas morning KCBS reporter Keith men Coney says it's now been revealed that the sequence of events that led to the shooting began with a case of mistaken identity. San Jose police officers say they I pursued Jennifer Vasquez because they believed she was driving the car involved in a shooting incident that had occurred earlier that morning that pursuit according to police turned into a high speed car chase ended with Vasquez ramming her car into a police vehicle to which four officers responded with gunfire. San Jose police chief Eddie Garcia says that it has now been determined that miss Vasquez was in no way involved in the original shooting that officers had responded to but he blames the incident on. Her refusal to stop her vehicle when she was told to do. So the driver could not have taken officers on a high speed pursuit. The driver could not have been tried to ram officers and put officers lives at risk. Members of his family say though, they believe the use of force in this case was excessive and they've issued a list of demands including an independent investigation. And that the district attorney Jeff Ross who fought file criminal charges on these officers and hold them accountable in San Jose, Keith men, Coney KCBS judge has suspended the murder trial of the man accused of fatally stabbing eighteen year old NIA Wilson on Bart this summer. So the court can determine if the man is mentally competent to stand trial. The judge says there's enough evidence that suspect John Lee cow is unfit to stand trial. Now. Cows attorney argues that his client is delusional and knock competent to face the charges. The judge has asked to psychiatric to evaluate Cal and determine if he's fit to stand trial a third doctor may be assigned to if they're. If the two doctors cannot agree. Meanwhile, there's a statewide search for a man who thirty say scape from the San Quentin prison on Wednesday night as KCBS is making gold's be reports. San Rafael authorities say he may have been involved in a carjacking as well. Think Quinton guards realized that twenty four year old Shalom Mendoza was missing just after nine thirty at night about fifteen minutes after a woman was carjacked in the Home Depot parking lot near the prison. She was approaching her vehicle after shopping when the suspect walked up to her. Had something under his shirt that was either weapon or something similar to a gun threatened her and demanded her keys San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham says she headed over the keys to her twenty eleven silver Toyota, route four and the man drove off she was uninjured officers and detectives are getting the carjacking we're trying to canvas the area the warehouses and other businesses in the area. See if we can't find additional video surveillance to either determine where the car went to or see where the suspect originated from to see if it ties in at all with the same Quinton case. The woman described her carjacker almost identically to how Mendoza is described Hispanic five seven in about one hundred and seventy pounds your coincidences a phrase that we could use. But it I mean, it kind of starting to look in the direction.

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"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's three at the bay area's news station KCBS clear and cool overnight leading to another sunny day. Good evening. I'm Curtis came in for John Evans. Here's what's happening. Stanislas county sheriff says the suspect in the shooting death of a Newman police officer is in the United States illegally. Authorities said that they at a press conference that they have identified the suspect but didn't name him. But they do believe he is still in the county. KCBS is Kim foster says it was an emotional day for the Newman police department. Newman police chief Randy Richardson choked up as he spoke about one of his officers Ronald Singh who was killed the day after Christmas his five month old. He will never hear talk. He will never see his son walk. He doesn't get to hold that little boy hug his wife. Say goodnight. Anymore because a coward took his life. Sang was shot during a traffic. Stop wednesday. Richardson pleaded for the public to help bring the attacker to Justice as a search for the suspect. The police chief calling the Fiji-born sing an American patriot. And part of the law enforcement family. I did not know Christmas morning. Laura clock in the morning when I say goodbye to him. And set him off to his family. It would be the last time. That I saw my department is hurting. We're a family. We're not an agency where a family Kim foster KCBS, President Donald Trump says the shooting death of that officer by a man in the country illegally shows the need for a border crackdown. Mr. Trump tweeted today that a full-scale manhunt is underway for the assailant and that it's time to get tough on border security. He ended the message with build the wall. There is a state wide search on now for a man who with authorities say escape from San Quentin prison last night s KCBS is making goals be reports. San Rafael authorities say he may have been involved in a carjacking as well. In Quentin guards realized that twenty four year old Shalom Mendoza was missing just after nine thirty at night about fifteen minutes after a woman was carjacked in the Home Depot parking lot near the prison. She was approaching her vehicle after shopping when the suspect walked up to her had something under his shirt that was either a weapon or something similar to a gun threatened her and demanded her keys San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham says she handed over the keys to her twenty eleven silver Toyota RAV four and the man drove off she was uninjured officers and detectives are investigating the car Jackie. And we're trying to canvas the area the warehouses and other businesses in the area. See we can't find additional video surveillance to either determine where the car went to. Two or see where the suspect originated from to see if it ties in at all with the same Quentin case the woman described her carjacker almost identically to how Mendoza is described Hispanic five seven about one hundred and seventy pounds your coincidences a phrase that we could use. But it I mean, it kind of starting to look in the direction that possibly this is the same in San Rafael, Megan gold, speak KCBS battles eight or on the defensive over a deadly police officer involved shooting that took place early Christmas morning KCBS reporter, Keith men Coney says it's now been revealed that the sequence of events that led up to that shooting began as a case of mistaken identity, San Jose police officers say they I pursued Jennifer Vasquez because they believed she was driving the car involved in a shooting incident that had occurred earlier that morning that pursuit according to police turned into a high speed car-chase and ended with Vasquez ramming her car into a police vehicle to which for officers responded with gunfire. Santa. Jose police chief Eddie Garcia says that it has now been determined that miss Vasquez was in no way involved in the original shooting that officers had responded to but he blames the incident on her refusal to stop her vehicle when she was told to do. So the driver could not have taken officers on a high speed pursuit. The driver could not have then tried to ram officers and put officers lives at risk. Members of Vasquez's family say though, they believe the use of force in this case was excessive and they've issued a list of demands including an independent investigation. And that the district.

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"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Following nine eleven Steve Futterman, CBS news. The Associated Press male athlete of the year for the third time. Lebron James remains arguably the dominant player in basketball. This is CBS news capitol one is reimagining banking offering accounts with no fees are minimums that can be opened in five minutes Capital One. What's in your wallet, Capital One and a? It's nine three at the bay area's news station. KCBS clear skies with lows in the thirties and forties tonight. Good evening. I'm Carrie Hodousek. And here's what's happening. Authorities say they have identified the suspect in the shooting death of a police Newman officer and believe he's still in Stanislas county. Police also revealing today at a news conference that the suspect is in the country illegally. KCBS Kim foster tells us it was an emotional day for officers we're going through this Newman's chief of police Randy Richardson was fighting back tears would talking about officer Ronald saying at the press conference. You have to understand this not supposed to happen here. I've been I've been to too many of these funerals, and I never thought ever that. I would have to be doing saying pulled over the attacker as part of a DUI investigation Wednesday sing and the suspect exchanged gunfire. Stanislaus county sheriff's department is the lead agency in the investigation. They believe the suspect is still in the county Richardson says sing will be remembered as an excellent officer who was just doing his job. Please. Remember the man. Please. Remember, the husband, please? Remember what he was? Well, he came to this country to do. And that's how he would want to be remembered Kim foster KCBS President Donald Trump says the shooting death of the officer by a man in the country illegally shows the need for a border crackdown. Trump tweeted today that a full-scale manhunt is underway for the assailant and that it's time to get tough on border security. He ended the message with quote, build the wall. A judge has suspended the murder trial of the killing of eighteen year old NIA Wilson at the MacArthur Bart station over the summer judge James Kramer, says there's substantial evidence that twenty eight year old John Lee Cal is unfit to stand trial, citing the suspects history of treatment at state mental institutions Kramer had been placed on psychiatric hold twenty two times including three times this month for he was charged with fatally stabbing Wilson and severely injuring her twenty six year olds. Sister lift Latifah, that's actually. John Lee Cal rather? He if he is found incompetent, Kramer, how could be treated and tried once his condition improves he faces the death penalty. If convicted authorities around the state, meanwhile are on the lookout for a man who has thirty say manage to escape San Quentin prison last night KCBS is making gold's be has that story at nine thirty five pm Wednesday night officials at San Quentin realized they were missing someone twenty four year old Shalom Mendoza had been last countered at eight fifty five but disappeared by nine thirty five. So at nine seventeen PM our dispatch received a call carjacking that just occurred. Officers went out to the location in the interviewed the victim who provided a description while we're interviewing or in the process of doing the investigation for the carjacking. We received information from San Quentin state prison that they had an escaped inmate the description that was given there was almost identical to the description in our carjacking case, of course. In case. It is just a coincidence says San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham, they're investigating it as if it could be a standalone crime, the California Department of corrections and rehabilitation told KCBS they do have internal investigators who work around the clock on cases such as this. And this is their main priority Graham says they are looking for video surveillance that might help them determine if this was Mendoza the woman described him as wearing a white t shirt and tan shorts considering how cold it was last night. A t-shirt shorts. Probably didn't fit the environment in San Rafael. Megan gold, speak KCBS lease held a briefing on a deadly officer involved shooting. That's place in San Jose on Christmas day, KCBS reporter, Keith men Coney says the family of the woman killed in the incident believes that police went after the wrong person when officers responded to reports of gunfire Tuesday morning, they spotted a vehicle that matched a description of one that was linked to the incident and was also determined to be stolen. What followed was a car. Chase that ended when according to police the driver Jennifer Vasquez, rammed a police vehicle and four police officers responded with gunfire killing this Vasquez and injuring another occupant. Now, though, San Jose police chief Eddie Garcia has revealed that the car they pursued was not the vehicle that was involved in the gunfire incident. But Garcia says given miss Vasquez's actions. It was reasonable for the officers to feel that their lives were in danger. Yes, they were not the individuals that were responsible for the shooting. But they were individuals that were in a stolen vehicle. They were individuals that took police on a high speed pursuit. Members of Vasquez's family, though, say they do not believe the use of force was justified especially over a.

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"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS clear skies lows in the thirties and forties tonight. Good evening. I'm Carrie Hodousek. Here's what's happening. Authorities say they have identified the suspect in the shooting death of a Newman police officer and believe he is still instant Solana's county. Police also revealing today at a news conference at the suspect is in the country illegally. KCBS is Kim foster tells us it was an emotional day for officers going through this Newman's chief of police Randy Richardson was fighting back tears would talking about officer Ronald saying at the press conference you have to understand this not supposed to happen here. I've been I've been to too many of these funerals, and I never thought ever that. I would have to be doing saying pulled over the attacker as part of a DUI investigation Wednesday sing and the suspect exchanged gunfire. Stanislaus county sheriff's department is the lead agency in the investigation. They believe the suspect is still in the county Richardson says sing will be remembered as an excellent officer who was just doing his job. Please. Remember the man. Please. Remember, the husband, please? Remember what he was? Well, he came to this country to do. And that's how he would want to be remembered Kim foster KCBS President Donald Trump says the shooting death of the officer by man in the country illegally shows the need for a border crackdown. Trump tweeted today that a full-scale manhunt is underway for the assailant and that it's time to get tough on border security. He ended the message with quote, build the wall. Authorities around the state are on the lookout for a man who managed to escape San Quentin prison last night KCBS is making gold's be has that story at nine thirty five pm Wednesday night officials at San Quentin realized they were missing someone Twenty-four-year-old Shalom and does had been last counted at eight fifty five but disappeared by nine thirty five. So at nine seventeen PM our dispatch received a call carjacking that just occurred. Officers went out to the location in interviewed the victim who provided. Description. While we're interviewing or in the process of doing the investigation for the carjacking. We received information from San Quentin state prison that they had an escaped inmate the description that was given there was almost identical to the description in our carjacking case. Of course in case. It is just a coincidence says San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham, they're investigating it as if it could be a standalone crime, the California Department of corrections and rehabilitation told KCBS they do have internal investigators who work around the clock on cases such as this. And this is their main priority Graham says they are looking for video surveillance that might help them determine if this was Mendoza the woman described him as wearing a white t shirt and tan shorts considering how cold it was last night. A t-shirt shorts. Probably didn't fit the environment in San Rafael. Megan gold, speak KCBS police held a briefing on a deadly officer involved shooting that took place in San Jose on Christmas day, KCBS reporter, Keith men Coney says the family of the woman killed in the incident believes that police went after the wrong person when officers responded to reports of gunfire Tuesday morning, they spotted a vehicle that matched a description of one that was linked to the incident and was also determined to be stolen. What followed was a car. Chase that ended when according to police the driver Jennifer Vasquez, rand police vehicle and four police officers responded with gunfire killing this Vasquez and injuring another occupant. Now, though, San Jose police chief Eddie Garcia has revealed that the car they pursued was not the vehicle that was involved in the gunfire incident. But Garcia says given miss Vasquez's actions. It was reasonable for the officers to feel that their lives were in danger. Yes, they were not the individuals that were responsible for the shoe. Shooting, but they were individuals that were in a stolen vehicle. They were individuals that took police on a high speed pursuit. Members of Vasquez's family, though, say they do not believe the use of force was justified especially.

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"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Five oh, three of the bay area's news station. KCBS a cold night ahead. We'll get you that forecast in just a few minutes with us. I'm Geoff bell, Patty rising. I'm Melissa Colorado. What's happening? Authorities say they've identified the suspect in the shooting death of a Newman police officer, and they believe that suspects. Still is in Stanislas county. Police also said today at a news conference that the suspect is in the country illegally. KCBS Kim foster tells us it was an emotional day for officers we're going through this Newman's chief of police Randy Richardson was fighting back tears would talking about officer Ronald saying at the press conference. You have to understand this not supposed to happen here. I've been I've been to too many of these funerals, and I never thought ever that. I would be doing saying pulled over the attacker as part of a DUI investigation Wednesday sing and the suspect exchanged gunfire. Stanislas county sheriff's department is the lead agency in the investigation. They believe the suspect is still in the county Richardson says sing will be remembered as an excellent officer who was just doing his job. Please. Remember the man. Please. Remember, the husband, please? Remember what he was? Well, he came to this country to do. And that's how he would want to be remembered Kim foster KCBS, Meanwhile, President Trump says the shooting death of the officer by a man in the country illegally shows the need for a border crackdown. Mr. Trump tweeted today that a full-scale manhunt underway for the assailant and that it's time to get tough on border security. He ended the message with quote, build the wall. That is not the only man hunt going on around the state or on the look for a man who say managed to escape San Quentin prison last night KCBS as Meghan be has that story for nine thirty five pm Wednesday night officials at San Quentin realized they were missing someone twenty four year old Shalom and does had been last countered at eight fifty five but had disappeared by nine thirty five. So at nine seventeen PM our dispatch received a call the carjacking that just occurred. Officers went out to the location and interviewed the victim who. Provided a description while we're interview or in the process of doing the investigation for the carjacking. We received information from San Quentin state prison that they had an escaped inmate the description that was given there was almost identical to the description in our carjacking case. Of course in case. It is just a coincidence says San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham, they're investigating it as if it could be a standalone crime, the California Department of corrections and rehabilitation told KCBS they do have internal investigators who work around the clock on cases such as this. And this is their main priority Graham says they are looking for video surveillance that might help them determine if this was Mendoza the woman described him as wearing a white t shirt and tan shorts considering how cold it was last night. A t-shirt shorts. Probably didn't fit the environment in San Rafael. Megan gold, speak KCBS police held a briefing on a deadly officer involved shooting that took place in San Jose on Christmas day, KCBS reporter, Keith Makoni tells us the family of the woman killed in the incident believes that police went after the wrong person when officers responded to reports of gunfire Tuesday morning, they spotted a vehicle that matched a description of one that was linked to the incident and was also determined to be stolen. What followed was a car. Chase that ended when according to police the driver Jennifer Vasquez ran a police vehicle and four police officers responded with gunfire killing this Vasquez and injuring another occupant. Now, though, San Jose police chief Eddie Garcia has revealed that the card they pursued was not the vehicle that was involved in the gunfire incident. But Garcia says given miss Vasquez's actions. It was reasonable for the officers to feel that their lives were endanger. Yes, they were not the individuals that were responsible for the shooting, but they weren't. Visuals that were in a stolen vehicle. They were individuals that took police on a high speed pursuit. Members of Vasquez's family, though, say they do not believe the use of force was justified especially over a woman when.

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"justin graham" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"justin graham" Discussed on WCTC

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