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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:27 min | 7 months ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"EVN gentlemen thank you for taking the time to discuss tiger King okay okay I want to start with the cultural significance of tiger king I must start with the jobs on this one you recently changed your actual Twitter handle to Justin exotic Justin's your legal name talk to me about how this particular TV show resonates with you on a cultural level I changed it back by the way it was only a couple days things are going abroad there's no way you can live up to that exotic last name no yeah another thing is I think I've learned that my dogs are really short I have no idea you were able to have these guys I think that's the biggest thing we've all learned that any of us any time with twelve hundred dollars our pocket which we get from the government hello you know if you are user check wisely we can all buy baby Tigers that's excellent I stops that's excellent advice I feel like part of that part of the intrigue of this is that people on the in the coastal states let's say you might not realize this kind of white trash is actually pretty relevant and and I would almost say as an underlying current in a lot of small communities out there I'm sure you heard that Saxby said word like there's more Tigers in captivity here in America than there are in the wild in the world and that tells you what kind of research and that's why we are from have you tried using these people like looking back I was like he was basically a grifter had no job and no nothing looks on Craigslist two days later he's training Tigers how close we are to a child's Pakula Sir I will disagree with you there and say it is not a populist but the realization of an American dream two days from being no one and nothing to be eight to being a bear trainer at a zoo I mean that's pretty incredible you don't have to go any further but looking at Joe exotic stay at the head of Pacific those were literally people off of Craig's list out of a bus station he threw in a trailer in the next day the patent and the walking tiger cubs I need an American dream it is it really is and Tony what was it about tiger king that drew you in what what I don't I don't even that that's that's one of the hardest question the government faced I'd I went to the combine experience but this is the hardest thing to me was explaining to others in my family about tiger came because I think like the first three or four episodes as I sit here with my wife we don't even talk like we just made eye contact in the Donna Smith like thirty different times and don't tell people what looks to the there's Jonas doc and and there's there's Terrel but the the crazy thing about the show is there's a basically a a mob kingpin that was one of the most notorious drug dealers in Miami he got sent to a hundred years in jail he helped cut up the body and he was the most normal character in the show yes he was actually the true inspiration for Scarface and he is a minor character he was not interesting enough to be one of the top three no but but you look at him out of that hole translocate that seems the most normal totally well adjusted comparatively to everything else that's really going on in the show I would say duds I want to ask you it was talking about his ex yes watching the show what was it like for you in the initial episode did you did you take it in slowly what you do I watch your home one day I went to back to back to back to back I didn't take one break during the whole thing wow we made roll Michigan where it's it's not far off no room what do you sad yeah jobs out of cable ten people are it was like when the local fare would come to town every summer and interacting with the U. B. R. yeah it was just it was watching that for eight hours I think what I do here what aid official G. seven episode seven yeah yeah and I I'm really bummed that I didn't spread it out though because there's little long quarantine I feel like we we we find that the best part we really did as a culture we all collectively binge watch too much too soon because we got it we should and you know what I blame Netflix guys tell me I'm wrong they should have released one episode a week yeah it's like Netflix knew that the world was in a crisis and they threw a tiger came it was a truly we we took it in like we were Tigers indicate that were being set we we typically we we ate it but it's like that I don't know it after watching the show it's it's crazy because I still don't know how I feel about each coming you have your little have a character that has three node wives you have a character that arguably children husband yeah you have a character that two straight men into getting married with another man I mean it's it's it's the craziest seven episodes not all the theories that I can remember it it's best not only in go ahead if there is any way gate they would have scripted this may would have played out in like a scripted form and they put the actual of bench description no way anybody believe it would be rationally you are is totally correct you can't make this up and I I feel that you have all of these minor characters that are also equally insane because you don't I mean the guys that has all of the I guess swinger sex in Vegas with the tiger because he doesn't even show up until what episode five he wasn't even like talking about for the first I'm sorry I think he's the biggest piece of garbage out of the whole crew I think I think definitely when I saw him through the place you're in everything I do all travel yeah I know you totally he wore he wore the basically he wore the typical uniform of a douche bag and I think I can say that I don't know if I can but I just did it because you know what that guy is worse than dirt yeah it was it was funny I I was a little walk around the neighborhood today and there's a neighbor of mine is an older guy his name is Dennis barrage and he told me before he listened to the ESPN show but what I do and because there's no support I talked about how you're getting on fifty three sixty this weekend he stopped near them walking from a safe distance away and he said man United I heard about the tiger King medical much so much set them to watch all the episodes and made up I'll tell you what that Jeff was will this come back in and and Carol she definitely children how totally killed her husband I know do you do you agree with killing yeah absolutely I'd and I don't know who actually I think Joe exotic was set up so again I don't know if it was by pushing dude orders by Carol I think there I I I think a lot working against enemies Jones park coming up changing him dot I do think that he was Apache in this whole thing and I think you know every day the abortion dude it is a world class con man who had your name and he just got handed a boatload of assets but now he can you know run a little tired to get out of I totally agree I totally agree and I think to that when you see the feds go after Joe exotic the way that they did you understand that there was a grave miscarriage of justice and I am waiting for someone to step up I've heard that Cardi B. as actually started a go fund me for Joe exotic and I applaud that she is actually becoming a voice of reason right now in our culture which is kind of crazy but you know Joe exotic was railroaded by the system and I just I've asked our dear friend rob Sanders who is actually the Kenton county Commonwealth attorney to take a look at the series he's gonna watch it and I'm going to get him back on I want to see if there was some entrapment that's what I think Joe what what was the show a couple years ago and network with making a murderer yes the outrage came in they actually re try the case and that's what needs to happen right now Joe exotic because the stuff don't everything everything you watch from the series Joe was a very he's a guy that can be easily imports say crazy stuff because that's just the nature and you rarely take that stuff seriously what it's worth but the company I'm going for Joe exotic the the most like the most underrated parts for me outside of Joe's music videos actually back tell me I wonder can you hold on jobs can you hold on for maybe a few minutes because I actually want to get to some tiger King right now before you go into news it's very important.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Quit my county judge this morning to medicate charged with V. I. Loveland police say she would not perform field sobriety tests but smelled of alcohol when she was pulled over its work for swerving this past weekend Kate is attorney says though that the evidence is not back up claims that she was under the influence she is expected to plead not guilty a northern Kentucky man will find out his fate this coming spring after causing a fatal accident that took the life of his wife the Kenton county Commonwealth's attorney says Yakama Buckley of independence had a lot on board he was under the influence of stuff like fennel opiates and cocaine when the recce because killed his wife crystal and an injured a couple of other people the forty year old independence man has pleaded guilty to the rack in Taylor bill last June Buckley's Cadillac across the grass median on pride parkway and was T. boned by an S. U. V. caring a couple of kids when Buckley sentence this coming may the prosecutor recommends he do fifteen years in prison I'm Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW that investigation is under way into a deadly garage collapse in reading police say a seventy one year old man was killed yesterday when the structure fell on top of him along third street man's daughter telling police he was trying to fix the garage after it was recently struck by a car college basketball last night another come from behind win for the UC bear cats they beat Memphis in overtime to fit their to read at ninety two to eighty six trace.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Currently distracted driving including texting making calls or surfing the internet while driving all considered secondary offenses for drivers over eighteen to one wants to upgrade those two primary offenses an investigation is under way into a deadly garage collapse in reading police say a seventy one year old man was killed yesterday when the structure fell on top of him along third street the man's daughter telling officers he was trying to fix the garage after it was recently struck by a car the northern Kentucky man found out his fate yesterday after causing an accident that killed his wife the Kenton county Commonwealth's attorney says Yakama Buckley of independence had a lot on board he was under the influence of stuff like fennel opiates and cocaine when the recce because killed his wife crystal and an injured a couple of other people the forty year old independence man has pleaded guilty to the rack in Taylor bill last June Buckley's Cadillac across the grass median on pride parkway and was T. boned by an S. U. V. caring a couple of kids when Buckley sentences coming may the prosecutor recommends he do fifteen years in prison I'm Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred WLW college basketball last night another come from behind win for the UC bear cats they beat Memphis in overtime to fifth third arena ninety two eighty six trace got led the way for you see with twenty five points and nineteen rebounds the forecast is up next Hey it's my McConnell here for the blooming garden center and it's time to start thinking about lawn care yeah already George W. worry but Danny McEwan first created this back in two thousand seven and it really has created and maintained the best looking ones in the tri state now is when you get busy on it you see a.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:04 min | 9 months ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I understand the president pointed to other past presidents who it outside lawyers and argued there's nothing wrong or one of the norm with what Giuliani's doing Karen Travers ABC news the White House ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Clowes three day break a morning low of fourteen now for the rest of our Friday partly sunny my hide just twenty six at night clear and a low of fifteen for the weekend partly cloudy and in the forties from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. this morning's low were right at it fourteen degrees I don't know about you but fourteen degrees on the fourteenth day of February creepy a new snapshot of an aging America two new reports from the US census bureau say by twenty sixty almost a quarter of all US residents will be over the age of sixty five and life expectancy will reach an all time high of eighty five years but with life comes death government officials predict preventable health risks like smoking obesity in drugs will slow down gains in life expectancy women are projected to live longer than men by twenty sixty but black men American Indian men and Alaska native men are projected to have some of the biggest gains in life expectancy Dave Packer ABC news a woman is dead after she was hit by two vehicles in Hamilton County police say the victim was first hit by an S. U. B. in Springfield township then struck by another vehicle and then dragged three hundred yards both drivers stopping cooperated with police now the victim has been identified as forty two year old Landry a haze of Springfield township well said the northern Kentucky was seven hundred Matt Rees the Kenton county Commonwealth's attorney says Yakama Buckley of independence had alone lot on board he was under the influence of stuff like fennel opiates and cocaine when the recce because.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Bit sluggish between Galbraith emphatic two seventy five wed put the no major issues for you across the top side and the accident on the lateral just up past paddock road has been cleared all lanes open there as well J. so they're hard on newsradio seven hundred WLW album his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center advanced dentistry are you afraid of the dentist to learn how IV sedation can change your life visit no fear status dot com rainy and windy today with a high of sixty one showers continue overnight tonight your low dropping down into the mid fifties and then more rain expected on Saturday we could see a few storms as well with high winds and a high of sixty six it is fifty one degrees right now a man is dead after a shooting in Westwood this morning Cincinnati police called out the Schaefer Avenue around three thirty on reports of shots fired I found a man with a gunshot wound to the chest he was pronounced dead at the scene his identity is not yet been released no word on any suspects you can help in the investigation call crime stoppers at three five to thirty forty a Covington man is behind bars accused of sexually assaulting a child the Kenton county Commonwealth's attorney is not releasing many details on the case of forty two year old Keith west the Covington man has been indicted west is accused of sexually abusing a child under the age of twelve west was arrested back in mid November by fort Mitchell police and a crime allegedly occurred at the child's home in fort Mitchell west is expected in court for arraignment this coming Monday at the Kenton county justice center I'm Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred W. O. W. meantime Kenton county being added to the list of northern Kentucky communities adopting a second amendment sanctuary resolution the measure was approved last night but is mostly symbolic basically it means the county.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ovation parole or the sex offender registry or anybody else where they're living Ron Sanders the Kenton county Commonwealth's attorney let's check the roads now all the latest traffic and weather together the only slow spot on the screen tonight is seventy five south bound at seventy four and that construction zone otherwise looking good album his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com more wet weather carry the umbrella tonight along with thirty six tomorrow more rain high of forty four at night a chance of flurries in a low down to twenty eight by Sunday cloudy skies and thirty seven light snow will develop Sunday night going into Monday when a remix by Monday morning pretty severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. radar shows most of the tristate getting rain right now forty three degrees in Cincinnati bad fire in Winton hills today leaving more than twenty people homeless happen in the fifty six hundred block of garden hill lane and silver oak St damage about fifty thousand dollars the fire was in a lower level apartment in Warren County near eleven in the sheriff's office tonight investigating a double shooting earlier today eighteen hundred block of Oregonian road there'd been a nine one one call about prowlers an eighteen year old turned up dead and a juvenile was critically wounded that eighteen year old identified as Mason Trudy X. of Centerville who was a student Warren County career center Wall Street today the Dow closed up three points nasdaq up eighteen and the S. and P. five hundred up a fraction of a point next update coming up at eight thirty Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred W. up twelve days of deals it's going on right now by find something for everyone on your list at our lowest prices of the season but don't wait the only last today Best Buy he doesn't bestbuy dot com introducing the Capital One Walmart rewards cards earn unlimited five percent back on everything you buy at Walmart online it's the perfect car for all your families this holiday season like five percent back on the air fire Grampa told you about when he fell asleep in his chair or five percent back on the laptop your sister had carolers sing about read the Capital One Walmart rewards card earn unlimited rewards including five percent back in Walmart online what's in your wallet terms and exclusions apply Capital One getting ready for the cozy is Christmas ever get told maybe for up to sixty percent off everything that's right the entire store is on sale including mix and match jingle jam is infested prints for the whole family from a box.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of the Kentucky Senate wants the US attorney to investigate the hundreds of pardons issued by former governor Matt Bevin Roberts Stivers says the Republican majority condemns those pardons and commutations as a per version of justice concerns were raised after it was discovered that the family of one of the men pardoned Patrick Baker had thrown a fundraiser for the former governor Baker was convicted of reckless homicide in a home invasion over the course of twenty tweets the former Kentucky governor called allegations that is pardons were politically motivated quote highly offensive and entirely false he goes on to say that no community is either more or less safe now than it was before I'm Heatley hands in Kent County prosecutor rob Sanders says former governor Bevan insulted police and victims in those part is there any explanation that one can come up with reasonably to justify this behavior now there's just not willing I mean this is the most outrageous conduct I've ever even hold of from the governor much less seen in my lifetime county Commonwealth's attorney on the bill Cunningham show earlier today blasting Bevan who's pardons resulted in the release of more than four hundred convicts one of them Michael shot all who was convicted of raping a nine year old one all these people were talking about these killers these child molesters when they get their part and they can go out and buy guns don't have to return to anybody or tell ovation parole or the sex offender registry or anybody else where they're living Ron Sanders the Kenton county Commonwealth's attorney let's check the roads now.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:25 min | 11 months ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on KCRW

"Secular in San Juan Capistrano it's All Things Considered from NPR news Ahmadi Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro there is controversy in Kentucky after outgoing governor Matt Bevin issued four hundred twenty eight pardons during his final days in office some of those let go ahead been convicted of violent crimes like rape murder and child molestation in one case a convicted killer was released after a family member held a fundraiser for Bevans failed reelection Kentucky public radio's Ryland Barton has more in two thousand fourteen Patrick Baker Christopher Wagner and Elijah message pretended they were police officers and forced their way into the home of Knox County Kentucky resident Donald mills Baker ended up fatally shooting mills and was convicted of homicide robbery and impersonating a police officer governor Matt Bevin pardon Baker on his last day in office the other two who are serving time for manslaughter and robbery did not get pardons the only difference I see is that one time when at a fundraiser deal to do it that's laurel county Commonwealth's attorney Jackie Steele who prosecuted the case last year Baker's brother and sister in law held a campaign fundraiser for Bevin in their home they raise twenty one thousand five hundred dollars and personally donated four thousand dollars to baton that's what the part was given absolutely I have a problem in his pardon message the Republican Bevin called the case quote sketchy at best and said he wasn't convinced justice had been served but didn't say why he left the other two in prison most of the other pardons that Bevin granted with the sort of clemency normally given by outgoing Kentucky governors low level drug offenders who turn their lives around cases widely thought to be miscarriages of justice but many of Bevins moves have drawn quick outcry like the pardon of in northern Kentucky man who was convicted last year of raping a nine year old rob Sanders is the Kenton county Commonwealth's attorney and prosecuted the case I thought I knew Matt Bevin I thought Matt Bevin was a lawn order guide dot Matt Bevin was a public safety guides all Matt Bevin cared about children and obviously not seven also pardon another man convicted of brutally murdering and dismembering a woman in nineteen ninety four seven wrote that he pardoned him because the prosecutor didn't use of DNA evidence in the case university of local political science professor duty Clayton called Bevans pardons highly unusual because of the severity of the cases we are finding out that just because we want something to be judicious as in all ways what we get both Republicans and Democrats in Kentucky have criticized Bevans actions a prominent Republican lawmaker has called for limiting a governor's pardon power in the weeks before they leave office in Kentucky's new democratic governor eighty Bashir told N. P. R.'s here now today that he takes issue with at least one of Bevans pardons a case prosecuted by his office when he was the state's Attorney General it was an awful case where a young man in high school was attacked was violated it was filmed it was sent out to different people at his school it's one of the the the worst crimes that we have seen this year said he's trying to avoid criticizing his predecessor because he believes Kentucky is ready to move on and move forward for NPR news I'm Ryland Barton in Frankfort climate.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:57 min | 1 year ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is unbelievable gorgeous wednesday afternoon in the tri state i can't believe what weather's been like the last two days it's been fabulous if we had this weather constantly property prices will be twice what the art today coming up after two o'clock today's they use of force expert p._d. about how cops handle terrible incidents on the scene we had a terrible incident a couple of weeks ago where a man named jacob julich a bum and wanted on three attempted murder charges in kentucky was found hiding tuesday evening last evening and a third floor attic like a rat of a house on the west side of cincinnati and lieutenant saves tom saunders of c._p._t. said quote there was no struggle they found him in a little hiding spot in the attic president the scene of course was a kenton county commonwealth attorney rob sanders who may be doing some serious prosecution of this fellow in rob sanders welcome again in the bill cunningham show rob how are you i'm doing great bill it is a great day to be a northern kentucky not only because of this fantastic weather but because of the work of our local law enforcement and jacob julich off the streets no one has to worry about anymore shootings at police officers are getting caught in the crossfire nobody has to worry about anymore police chases for mr julich he is now in the kenton county detention center as of eleven thirty six a._m. this morning thanks to our u._s. marshals taskforce let's go back in time described the activities and i particular feeling for the people of erlanger and ellesmere because my great grandfather john patrick graham was mayor of ellesmere and great feeling that's remind mom my aunts everyone grew up on shaw street i love the people there i love what they do hurts me when any cop is shot at describe what julie dead two or three weeks ago there in the ellesmere orlando area back on june six on dixie highway lakeside park police officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle that mr julich was actually a passenger any wasn't even driving but mr julich knew that he had a warrant out of it for his arrest for scanning is parole from his last felony conviction and he hopped out of the passenger side of that vehicle wanted to come to a stop took a shot at the officer that was pulling them over about that same time a backup officer was rubbing on the scene and he then proceeded depart multiple shots at the backup officer and fled into the woods nearby he led a number of different northern kentucky agencies on an hours long man hunt unfortunately was unsuccessful in earlier police took over that investigation and they've been looking for them the u._s. marshals task force has been looking for them a number of other different police agencies have been looking for him as will for the next couple of weeks he was spotted on saturday june twenty second bikes covington police patrol officer who foam on nineteenth street headed turnaround by the time she got caught up to him he's all madison avenue near la vassar he took off from her litter on a high speed pursuit all over the south end of covington from about the mid town area near homes high school all the way out into the la- tonja area ran latonya shopping center the one point during that pursuit he actually tried to ram the pursuing police officer after she had him cornered on a dead end street tried to hit her head on and kill her that pursuit was eventually terminated after julich was speeding through the latonya shopping center in the middle of the afternoon putting all the people in the parking lot it risk of being run over and killed so took a few more days but the u._s. marshals task force tracked him down to a residence on the west side of cincinnati with the help of the cincinnati swat team he was taken into custody as you mentioned without incident now there's no good reason to do this but what was the reason that on a minor traffic stop julie would get out and just start firing at cops well he was wanted for this parole violation he skipped out on the drug treatment that they let him out of prison early on the condition that he go complete some drug treatment and he left that treatment facility and he knew he had a warrant out for his arrest it's still dumbest can be willie because he was looking at going back to prison for only a few months until he finished out that prior sentence they probably will let them back out early again or just send right back to the treatment facility but rather than go do a couple months to finish up that sentence he decided to pretty much take his own life as far as freedoms concerned because i am dissipate he's going to be locked up for the next several decades sanders ever speculation at the time when he got out and ran into a wooded area that he had assistance because it is very difficult when this dragnet and a wooded area with canines and all the rest to get loose do you have any information that others were involved in helping him to abscond i certainly suspected somebody came in picked him up from out in the erlanger area and trans supported him away from the scene because there were so many officers involved even the hamilton county sheriff's department helicopter was involved i think somebody helped him out we don't know who got him out of erlanger but we do know a number of people who've been helping him hide if been giving him a food and shelter things of that nature over the last two weeks there's been at least two or three different people that have been arrested biter erlanger covington police for assisting mr julie there's some additional people being investigated including mr juelich zone mother and whether or not she was involved in providing assistance to mr juelich and helping him run from police so yes there's there's already a number of people that are facing charges there could be additional people facing charges for hindering apprehension and that's something that we're still looking into we're still investigating there may still be additional arrests in days to come at this point in kentucky if you try to kill police officers wants to penalty for that well amazingly the penalty for attempted murder of a police officer in kentucky is only ten to twenty years but because mr jokes prior record he's looking at sentencing enhancement for being persistent felony offender in the first degree that raises his possible punishment for both the attempted murder of the lakeside officers any attempted murder the covington officer to twenty fifty years or life in prison on each one of those charges looking at sixty to one hundred and fifty years well it would be a minimum of twenty because that's the minimum of jury salt sit to run each of the counts concurrent or at the same time it could be a minimum of twenty all the way up to life in prison so on the run for three weeks you better enjoy those three weeks of freedom it's the last time as jewelry he looks like a total bum is in his twenties thirties he was born in ninety two so i am not very good williams twenty eight twenty twenty seven twenty twenty seven yes so he's got a ways to go yes sir unfortunately i think the taxpayers are going to be housing him and feeding him but at least community will be kept safe from him but it'll be on our dime but you know what that's why we build prisons in america's to house people like mr julie as far as the reasons why i think drugs i think have a lack of morality lack of ethics when you try to kill it in uniform cop several times you'll kill anybody it's incredible you've been in business a long long time your family's been in the business along longtime when you run across people like julie pad seat something's wrong that's why we have prisons and can you give us any explanation since you're in the businesses the white someone like julie born and raised mother father family all of a sudden would get an drugs decimate down on the bottom go to prison have to get drug treatment refused to get drug treatment which happens all the time only about twenty thirty percent of heroin addicts for example ever get off the great majority do not then all of a sudden he finds himself in a diminished diminished situation where you simply submit okay i'm i don't do it but he's incentivized to try to kill a cop what's in his head you don't really it's hard to say you know drugs are a blamed for a lot of things in certainly drugs play a role in a lot of things addiction plays a role in a lot of crimes but there's plenty of addicts in the world people using heroin pain pills cocaine all sorts of different substances that they're addicted to that never shoot it police officers that don't rob liquor stores the don't assault people rob people burglarise houses there's plenty of addicts in the world that have their own demons have their own addiction issues that never turn in to the violent criminals that some people do and those people are not speaking i'm not allowed to talk about mr julich in particular when it comes to this but some people in the world are just animals they're criminals they're dangerous they're evil and those are the kinds of people that we bill brisbane's four because it's not safe to leave people like that loose in the community and and you know this is the kind of thing that law enforcement has to deal with on a day in and day out basis that you know most of the people in society are blessed that they don't have to go home at night close their eyes and see the things that law enforcement is seen all day we pay them to take out the human trash that we don't wanna look at you know model on a work get to see what law enforcement deals with but generally speaking i'm not the one out there getting spit on or getting punched or getting shot at or any of the things that are enforcement officers do so i've great respect for him and this is why are everybody you know when we hear that law enforcement did this or long enforcement that you know cut them a break listen to what it is that actually happened because you don't realize what these brave men and women put up on a day-to-day basis coppers there they simply have a minor little traffic violation their their hackles are not up there and ten is not up there thinking okay i've pulled this guy over i'm going to give them a ticket and all of a sudden they're in a life and death situation they go from zero to one hundred fifty miles an hour in a split second whether life flashes before they could have been hidden ahead with one of those one of those shots from julie and and i think a lot of the critics have cops and law enforcement don't understand why didn't you de-escalate why you know we had this thing at the y._m._c._a. about a week ago in cincinnati or they that they call the coppers they come this guy was like pushing girls off the basketball court and as soon as the cop showed up he jumped on top of them and the cops go there for some minor little basketball court suddenly you're in the life and death struggle and now they're criticized because it didn't deescalate the didn't evaluate the mental health of the person that they're trying to arrest the coppers crestview hills they go there every day i want to go home i'm gonna go to my husband want to go on my wife got my kids i got dinner tonight i got a big party this weekend i got my bills to pay they're just showing up to do their job and selling bullets are flying past their head and i think the critics law enforcement don't understand that you know there's times when i raise my browsing there's times when i shake my head when i see something that went on that law enforcement was involved with the ninety nine times out of a hundred the amazement i've feel is not what officers do but what they didn't do how many times i couldn't tell you how many times the i probably couldn't help that high the number of times that i look at police reports are looking bodycam video and shake my head and go i cannot believe you also didn't shoot this guy or i cannot believe that the officer didn't bump this person hit or whatever they have to do due to put an end to that threat because it's it's goes on far too often and i think in the media only drives the threat to police officers because they criticize police officers so heavily but it just emboldens the criminals and emboldens the evil people out there that would do harm to our law enforcement officers they think that it's okay because that's what they see on t._v. a couple of days going mt healthy cop shot a dog and large dog that was charging him and now animal rights activists are angry at the cop for shooting a dog because the dog had bit the copying it was maybe a second two seconds away and a large dog is charging the cop and he shoots the dog and now people are online are unhappy about a cop shooting a dog the argument is what you gotta let him bite you once or twice how do you know that the dog wasn't gonna stop how do you respond to silliness like that well it's crazy way i tell you what in this whole pursuit of mr jill what i've learned through the investigation of course in the last two weeks really led me to the opinion that he was not going to be captured and he was going to go out in the hail bullets and gunfire in essence commit suicide by calm because you know he wasn't trying to skip town he wasn't trying to head for the border or anything like that he stayed right here in northern kentucky probably spent most of the time right here in kenton county and that he was armed most of that time that he was making threats.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:06 min | 1 year ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"App That's why I heart radio is number one for podcast. billy cunningham the great american welcome welcomed is unbelievable gorgeous wednesday afternoon in the tri state i can't believe what whether it's been like the last two days it's been fabulous if we had this weather constantly property prices will be twice what the are today coming up after two o'clock today's a use of force experts p._d. about how cops handle terrible incidents on the scene we had a terrible incident a couple of weeks ago where a man named jacob julich a bum one on three attempted murder charges in kentucky was found hiding tuesday evening last evening and a third floor attic like a rat of a house on the west side of cincinnati and lieutenant steve saunders c._p._t.'s quote there was no struggle they found him in a little hiding spot in the attic present at the scene of course was a kenton county commonwealth attorney rob sanders who may be doing some serious prosecution of this fellow and rob sanders welcome again in the bill cunningham show oh rob how are you i'm doing great bill it is a great day to be a northern kentucky and not only because of the stand tastic weather but because of the work of our local law enforcement and jacob julich off the streets no one has to worry about anymore shootings at police are getting caught in the crossfire nobody has to worry about anymore police chases for mr julich he is now in the kenton county detention center as of eleven thirty six a._m. this morning thanks to our u._s. marshals taskforce let's go back in time described the activities and i particular feeling for the people of erlanger and ellesmere because my great grandfather john patrick graham was mayor of ellesmere and great feeling that's remind mom my aunts everyone grew up on shaun street i love the people there i love what they do hurts me when any cop is shot at describe what julie dead two or three weeks ago there and the ellesmere erlanger area back on june six on dixie highway lakeside park police officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle that mr julich was actually a passenger any wasn't even driving but mr julia knew that he had a warrant out of his arrest for scanning his parole from his last felony conviction and he hopped out of the passenger side of that vehicle wanted to come to a stop took a shot at the officer that was pulling them over about that same time backup officer was rubbing on the scene and he then proceeded to fire multiple shots at the backup officer and fled into the woods nearby he led a number of different northern kentucky agencies on an hours long man hunt lit unfortunately was unsuccessful in earlier police took over that investigation and they've been looking for them the u._s. marshals taskforces has been looking for them a number of other different police agencies have been looking for him as well for the next couple of weeks he was spotted on saturday june twenty second bikes covington police patrol officer who sold them on nineteenth street had turnaround by the time she got caught up to him he's all madison avenue near la vassar he took off from her litter on a high speed pursuit all over the south end of covington from about the mid town area near homes high school all the way out into the la- tonia area around latonya shopping center the one point during that pursuit he actually tried to ram the pursuing police officer after she had him cornered on a dead end street tried to hit her head on and kill her that pursuit was eventually terminated after mr julich was speeding through the latonya shopping center in the middle of the afternoon putting all the people in the parking lot it risk of being run over and killed so took a few more days but the u._s. marshals taskforce tracked him down to a residence on the west side of cincinnati With the help of the Cincinnati swan team, he was taken into custody as you mentioned without incident. Now, there's no good reason to do this. But as what was the reason that on a minor traffic. Stop jewelry would get out and just start firing. At comes. well he was wanted for this parole violation he skipped out on the drug treatment that they let him out of prison early on the condition that he go completes drug treatment and he left that treatment facility and he knew he had worn out for his rest it's still dumbest can be willie because he was looking at going back to prison for only a few months until he finished out that prior sentence they probably would have let them back out early again or to send right back to the treatment facility but rather than go do a couple of months to finish up that sentence he decided to pretty much take his own life as far as freedoms concern because i and -ticipant he's going to be locked up for the next several decades rob sanders speculated at the time when he got out and ran into a wooded area that he had assistance because it is very difficult when this dragnet and a wooded area with canines and all the rest to get loose do you have any information that others were involved in helping him to abscond i certainly suspect suspected somebody came in picked him up from out in the erlanger area and transported him away from the scene because there were so many officers involved even the hamilton county sheriff's department helicopter was involved i think somebody helped him out we don't know who got him out erlanger but we do know number of people have been helping him hide if been giving him a food and shelter things of that nature over the last two weeks there's been at least two or three different people that have been arrested by their erlanger covington police for assisting mr julie there's some additional people being investigated including mr julich zone mother and whether or not she was involved in providing assistance to mr jila can helping him run from police so yes there's there's already a number of people that are facing charges there could be additional people facing charges for hindering apprehension and that's something that we're still looking into were still investigating there may still be additional arrests in the days to come so at this point in in kentucky if you try to kill police officers what's to penalty for that well amazingly the penalty for attempted murder of a police officer in kentucky is only ten to twenty years but because of mr jill prior record he's looking at sentencing enhancement for being persistent felony offender in the first degree that raises his possible punishment for both the attempted murder the lakeside officers and the attempted murder of the covington officer to twenty fifty years or life in prison on each one of those charges he's looking at sixty to one hundred and fifty years well it would be a minimum of twenty because that's the minimum if the jury salts it run each of the counts concurrent or at the same time it could be a minimum of twenty all the way up to life in prison so on the run for three weeks you better enjoy those three weeks of freedom it's the last time is jimmy he looks like a total bum is in his twenties and thirties he was born in ninety two so i am not very good williams on twenty twenty eight twenty twenty seven twenty seven yes so he's got away as to go yes sir unfortunately i think the taxpayers are going to be housing him and feeding him but at least community will be kept safe from him but he'll be on our dime but you know what that's why we build prisons in america's to house people like mr julie as far as the reasons why i think in drugs i think have a lack of morality and lack of ethics when you try to kill it in uniform cop several times you'll kill anybody it's incredible you've been in the business a long long time your family's been in the business along longtime when you run across people like julius he's a bad seed something's wrong that's why we have prisons and can you give us any explanation since you're in the businesses someone like julie born and raised mother father family all of a sudden would get an drugs decimate down on the bottom go to prison have to get drug treatment refused to get drug treatment which happens all the time only about twenty thirty percent of heroin addicts for example ever get off the great majority do not then all of a sudden he finds himself diminish diminished situation where you simply submit okay i'm i don't do it but he's incentivized to try to kill a cop what's in his head you don't really it's hard to say you know drugs are blamed for a lot of things in certainly drugs play a role in a lot of things at diction plays a role in a lot of crimes but there's plenty of addicts in the world people using meth heroin pain pills cocaine all sorts of different substances that they're addicted to that never shoot it police officers that don't rob liquor stores the don't assault people rob people burglarise houses there's plenty of addicts in the world that have their own demons have their own addiction issues that never turn in to the violent criminals that some people do and those people are not speaking i'm not allowed to talk about mr juelich in particular when it comes to this but some people in the world are just animals they're criminals they're dangerous they're evil and those are the kinds of people that we build prisons for because it's not safe to leave people like that loose in the community and and you know this is the kind of thing that law enforcement has to deal with on a day in and day out basis that you know most of the people in society are blessed had that they don't have to go home at night close their eyes and see the things that law enforcement is seen all day we pay them to take out the human trash that we don't wanna look at you know my line of work i get to see what law enforcement deals with but generally speaking i'm not the one out there getting spit on or getting punched or getting shot at or any of the things that are law enforcement officers do so i've great respect for him and this is why are everybody you know when we hear that law enforcement did this or lawn point did that you know cut them a break listen to what it is that actually happened because you don't realize what these brave men and women put up on a day-to-day basis coppers there they simply have a minor little traffic violation their their hackles not up there and ten is not up there thinking okay i pulled this guy over i'm going to give them a ticket all all of a sudden they're in a life and death situation they go from zero to one hundred fifty miles an hour in a split second whether life flashes before they could have been hit in the head with one of those one of those shots from julich and and i think a lot of the critics have cops and law enforcement don't understand why didn't you de escalate why you know we had this thing at the y._m._c._a. about a week ago in cincinnati and they they call the coppers they come this guy was like pushing girls off the basketball court and as soon as the cop showed up he jumped on top of them and the cops go there for some minor little basketball court suddenly you're in the life and death struggle and now they're criticized because it didn't deescalate it didn't evaluate the mental health of the person that they're trying to arrest the coppers and crestview hills they go there every day i want to go home i'm gonna go home to my husband want to go on my wife got my kids i got dinner tonight i got a big party this weekend i got my bills to pay they're just showing up to do their job and selling bullets are flying past their head and i think the.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Are working without pay. It's day. Thirty four of the shutdown secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says former Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro does not have the legal authority to. To break diplomatic relations, the regime of former President Nicolas Maduro is illegitimate. His regime is morally bankrupt economically incompetent. It is profoundly corrupt Pompilio says the US will not withdraw diplomats from Venezuela. Despite Madero ordering them to do. So investigators report there's no threat after unexpected suspicious. Packages were found at the diocese of Covington Kentucky yesterday Kenton county. Commonwealth attorney rob Sanders. A lot of this is done. With grand jury subpoenas. The take weeks or months for the companies to comply with to get information. The records the proof we need to go forward with charges. So this isn't something that's going to be over in the next couple of days. The investigation follows an incident in Washington DC over the weekend involving Covington Catholic high school students at a native American elder possible. Salmonella contamination is prompting general mills to recall gold medal unbleached flour the recalled flour comes in five pound bags. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN is appreciative of a personal letter. President Trump sent to state media reports that Kim met with a North Korean delegation. Who recently went to Washington DC to set up another meeting between Kim and Trump. Kim said Trump has an unusual determination and will for resolving issues between the two countries. He also vowed to move step by step towards the goals set by the countries in the historic meeting between Trump and Kim last June in Singapore. Brian shook NBC News Radio. The world remains two minutes away from doomsday scientists at the National Press Club in Washington DC today announced the update to the doomsday clock, which represents the proximity to the end of human civilization. The scientists call the current state of geopolitics the new abnormal as they did last year they pointed to increasing nuclear arsenals and the specter of climate change as key factors in keeping the clock. The closest it's been to midnight since the Cold War. They also cited the spread of fake news as destabilising issue. The Los Angeles Dodgers are showing their appreciation for first responders Lou Currier with the L A county fire department was one of several hundred firefighters who participated in batting practice at Dodger Stadium yesterday. Seven.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Of a stray shower temperatures will start fall to around fifty by five PM, but we'll get to a low twenty nine tomorrow sunny a high near forty six right now, mostly cloudy. Fifty nine degrees. I'm Nikki Haley, WBZ traffic. Back on the Vince Coakley radio program over on the text line this forty nine year low for unemployment benefits applicants that's Trump's fault. He deserves all the blame. Now, the person that you're saying can you give a shout out to my friend Damon is a first time listener today. Well, greetings statement. Vincent is the constitution require all funding bills to originate in the house. Yes, it's supposed to happen that way. Why is the Senate trying to originate spending bills? That's from Dwight. Bunch asked Mitch McConnell that question. I'm sure he's got an answer. He's just trying to get things done for the American people. Fence votes each person make public information where can you go to see who voted for what on these two proposals? I don't know exactly what the site is. But there is I know you can find that information. You can see what the actual roll call votes is unless they do voice vote because those happened from time to time. Vince, I see we're seeing exactly why Trump said he would support Nancy for speaker. She keeps pushing more and more people regret voting for the dams in two thousand eighteen well that remains to be seen. I think there should be annual border wall funding if only to coat with pig fat to help prevent Russ to the steel slats. Well, different here. The dims are willing to let illegals in this country by the thousands and pass laws to where you can kill a baby nine months in the pregnancy. Do you hear about that New York state? Those people have lost their minds. These politicians are so crooked when they die. They'll have to be screwed into the ground. A new species of invertebrate discovered spineless creature called Cory Gardner. Do you think Americans wherever realize how effectively the government is run during the shutdown makes you think that maybe it's the people that make the system work and not the politicians. Marketing my Malvo hats, make America Venezuela again. Yeah. There's a great idea at last actually beat the rush once the democratic primary start it's going to be hard to meet the demand. So remember that one make America Venezuela at last isn't that just wonderful, Michael good morning. Welcome. Warning. I just wanted to do recommend a book it's kind of role. What's going on right now? Vince Flanders the author. Familiar with every? Book quite relevant. What's happening in today's society Memorial Day? Okay. Okay. It gives us a I guess a general description without any without any. Anything that would reveal too much content. This would be a. Former operatives. That used to be taking orders are now giving the orders to the congressman. Senators president boy that would be pretty interesting. Very very much. So very good book. All right. Well, thank you very much for that recommendation. I'm going to put that on the list here. I'm not read any of his books by for a lot of good things about what he has written in the past. Let's talk about Covington. People associated with this still getting death threats, by the way, it's like come on really. We have several pieces of audio. I want to share with you and. They're definitely going to generate some conversation. I mean, you're going to be scratching your head. And you are going to. Some of you gotta go absolutely crazy. When you hear some of the stuff. By the way. There is another aspect of this. That's under review right now. A prosecutor the Kenton county. Commonwealth attorney rob Sanders. He says he's confident people are going to be held accountable for threats made after an incident this past weekend involving Covington Catholic students. By the way. They left school yesterday under close police supervision. First day they've been back in school since the events last weekend. Mr. Sanders says obviously there've been some threats made however, we felt the security plan in place. It was very very safe to send the kids back. Some of the social media threats the school and students have been extreme one person called the burn the school down and fire on the mega hat wearing students. Onsite. Lot of people reaching out to a saying why hasn't anyone been arrested yet, it's not quick process? Not as easy as running out and arresting a Twitter handle. In fact, we can't arrest a Twitter handle we have to contact Twitter. We have to send them search warrants subpoena and find out who the owner of the is. He said he has over a dozen threats. He finds associated with a credible person and their attention intention to do the score at students harm. I'm confidence before this is Oliver. Some people are going to be held accountable for what they said. Isn't this encouraging? It's about time. It's just reprehensible the people would do such an awful thing. We're talking about kids that was one of the things that struck me in as you hear the audio. Of this kid, who's the center of this controversy, and you see his face on television. I mean, I'm honestly heartbroken. I really am. This is a kid and being drawn into stupid questions by idiot reporters. Yes, I said it. Do you think you bear any responsibility for what happened what kind of an idiot? Are you? You ever thought about asking that question? Mr. Indian chief. I don't know that I've heard that question asked. And he still telling this lie if I see correctly, he hasn't stopped. He's still saying that they surrounded him. I want you to hear the account, and we may not get through all of this. Let's start listening to this package from NBC us news yesterday evening from Gabe Gutierrez. Mid.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on WTVN

"Back in session at Covington Catholic high school after threats as he national debate rages on over videos involving students in a native American protester, Kenton county. Commonwealth's attorney. Rob Sanders says an investigation into the threats will be lengthy a lot of this is done. With grand jury subpoenas. The take weeks or months for the companies to comply with to get the information the records the proof we need to go forward with charges. So this isn't something that's going to be over in the next couple of days concerns about safety prompted officials in Kentucky canceled classes, Tuesday and beef up police presence on campus. Meanwhile, the native American at the center of that media storm over those videos says they're adult chaperones are most at fault for the situation. Nathan Phillips appeared on NBC's today show to react to one of the students being interviewed on the same show the day before coach in written up in insincerity, lack of responsibility. Does the words. I I came up with Philip says, he's preyed on the matter. And he forgives Covington Catholic high school student nNcholas salmon who was seen facing off with them in viral videos after the conference. -ation at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC, growing number of patients who died while in the care of Dr William Houston. Mount Carmel are being identified a major concern that people continued to die after Mount Carmel had some notice or knowledge of the problem. Attorney Jerry Leesburg told six ten WTVN Mark blazer, we can expect to see more. Wrongful death lawsuits filed against Mount Carmel health system and their former Dr William hughesville who is accused of administering lethal doses of drugs to his patients with the security and safety protocols in place when an order for a clearly excessive dosage of drugs is entered into the system, it should be red flagged by the pharmacy. It should be red flag by the nurse. Our understanding that doctor Schuessel is subverting those safety protocols by claiming that the administration of this drug is needed on emergent basis and therefore the normal safety protocols. Don't apply Alison wyans NewsRadio six ten WTVN. The state. Says it does not consider an order by nNcholas Maduro for your personnel to leave Venezuela in the next few days as legal the d'oro issued a statement soon after President Trump recognize want one way though as he country's president Maduro was sworn in as nations president for a second six year term a couple of weeks ago. Wait, oh, took the oath of office and declared himself, the.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Service is being restored to some of the customers about three hundred and forty in Middletown several thousand more Newport, though are still without service as the effort continues to shut off meters in every home and business. A national grid spokesman says gas can't be restored to the system until every meter has been turned off. This is expected to take several days. Rhode Island's two congressmen are taking on new subcommittee leadership. Roles. Representative David Sicily's office has announced he'll lead the judiciary committee's antitrust commercial and administrative law subcommittee. Congressman Jim Langevin will be the new chair of the House Armed Services committee subcommittee on intelligence and emerging threats and capabilities President Trump says he'll give his state of the union address when the government shutdown is over house speaker Nancy Pelosi cancelled next. Week scheduled speech saying it shouldn't happen until the government is fully funded. Again, trumpet said earlier he was looking at other options for the address but on Twitter yesterday. He said he's not looking for an alternative site. Classes are back in session at Covington Catholic high school in Kentucky after threats as the national debate rages on over videos involving some students and a native American protester Kenton county. Commonwealth attorney. Rob Sanders says an investigation into the threats will be lengthy all of this is done. With grand jury subpoenas. The take weeks or months for the companies to comply with to get the information the records the proof we need to go forward with charges. So this isn't something that's going to be over in the next couple of days. Meanwhile, the student at the center of the controversy says he wishes things had unfolded differently. High school junior nNcholas Sandman told NBC news he had every right to stand his ground. But in hindsight he wishes he and his classmates had avoided the situation the Wisconsin teen who escaped after being held captive for months. We'll. Get twenty five thousand dollars that was put up as a reward for her safe return, Hormel foods, and Jennie O Turkey will put up the money for information for thirteen year old Jamie, clauses return close disappeared in October. After her parents were found murdered in their home. There'd been no sign of Jamie until she escaped captivity. Eighty eight days later, NewsRadio nine twenty and one zero four seven FM sports. The Celtics slammed the Cavaliers won twenty three to one zero three at TD garden. They welcomed the warriors to town on Saturday. Bruins are on a break with the NHL all star weekend approaching they're back on the Tuesday hosting Winnipeg as the patriots get ready for Super Bowl fifty three. The NFL is basking in the ratings of their win over the chiefs on Sunday fifty four million viewers up twenty four percent from the pats and Jaguars a year ago..

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on WTVN

"A veterinary hospital for treatment for exposure, a growing number of patients who die while in the care of Dr William Schuessel, Mount Carmel are being identified. A major concern that people continued to die after Mount Carmel had some notice or knowledge of the problem. Attorney Jerry Leesburg told six ten WTVN Mark blazer, we can expect to see more. Wrongful death lawsuits filed against Mount Carmel health system and their former Dr William Hill who is accused of administering lethal doses of drugs to his patients with the security and safety protocols in place when an order for a clearly excessive dosage of drugs is entered into the system, it should be red flagged by the pharmacy. It should be red flagged by the nurse. Our understanding that doctor Schuessel is subverting those safety protocols by claiming that the administration this drug is needed on emergent basis and therefore the normal safety protocols. Don't apply Alison why into NewsRadio six ten WTVN two officers will serve alternate terms. As chief of police in Westerville wall search for a permanent replacements underway. Assistant chiefs Charles Chandler, Holly merged would. Each served three month periods while the city interviews candidates. Former Westerville police chief Joe morbid sir resigned after recently becoming the head of the Ohio bureau of criminal investigation. Classes are back in session at Covington Catholic high school after threats as national debate rages on of videos involving students in a native American protester Kenton county. Commonwealth attorney. Rob Sanders says an investigation into the threats will be lengthy lot of this is done. With grand jury subpoenas. The take weeks or months for the companies to comply with to get the information the records the proof we need to go forward with charges. So this isn't something that's going to be over in the next couple of days concerns about safety prompted officials in Kentucky canceled classes, Tuesday and beef up police presence on campus. Meanwhile, the student at the center of the controversy says he wishes things unfolded differently nNcholas salmon told NBC news he had every right to stand his ground. But in hindsight he wishes he and his classmates had avoided the situation the partial government shutdown drags on into day. Thirty four bells will be voted on in the Senate today. Neither expected to pass. That means the eight hundred thousand federal workers will stay. Furloughed or working without pay and frustration has been growing within departments. This is the coast guard commandant, I find it unacceptable that coastguard men and women have to rely on food pantries and donations to get through day to day life as servicemembers even the president's former homeland security secretary and chief of staff John Kelly signing onto a letter that urges they fund the department. Serena Marshall, ABC news, Washington radio six ten WTVN. Sports Purdue hands Ohio State, its fifth straight loss. Boilermakers beat the buckeyes seventy nine sixty seven Wednesday night at the shot. OSU rallied from ten point halftime deficit buckeyes within two halfway through the second half. But Carson Edwards is hot night was the difference. He led pretty with twenty seven points. OSU had sent Nebraska Saturday for a new tip. Elsewhere in the big ten Wednesday night, Wisconsin beat Illinois seventy two to sixty tonight in the conference. Michigan state. Looks to stay perfect in big ten play taking on number nineteen Iowa in Iowa City to the NFL. Larry FitzGerald says he'll be back for a sixteenth season with the cardinals. The NFL network says former OSU defensive coordinator Gregg Shana will join the patriots coaching staff after the Super Bowl in the NBA. The Celtics beat the Cavaliers one twenty three one zero three in Boston. The Houston Rockets get sixty one points from James harden, escape New York with the one fourteen one ten win over the Knicks and in golf, the first round of the farmers insurance. Open starts today at noon, more sports headlines in thirty five minutes. Eric research. Newsradio six ten WTVN. I'm Scott Jennings. Stay connected to Columbus central Ohio on the hour, thirty minutes.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"H A AS our top story and arrest has been made in the death of a man whose body was found in a duffel bag Paul miles with the details. Twenty two year old Jacob Dotson was found dead in October his body hidden in a duffel bag under a mobile home in Washington county and autopsy revealed Dotson died of a drug overdose. Indiana state police have now arrested twenty two year old just. Todd Shelton of Salem. He's facing a charge of dealing in a controlled substance, resulting in death, Paul miles NewsRadio eight forty W H WHAT S. It's six oh, two at News Radio. Eight forty W H A S in Covington classes back in session at Covington Catholic highschool after threats come in as the national debate rages on over the viral videos of arming students from the school at a native American protester, Kenton county. Commonwealth attorney. Rob Sanders says an investigation into the threats. We'll be lengthy a lot of this has done with grand jury subpoenas that take weeks or months for the companies to comply with to get the information records the proof we need to go forward with charges. So this isn't something that's going to be over in the next couple of days concerns about safety prompted officials there to cancel classes on Tuesday and beef up police presence on campus. Meanwhile, the student at the center of the controversy says he wishes things unfolded. Differently junior, nNcholas Sandman telling NBC news crew, he had every right to stand his ground. But in hindsight wishes he and his classmates had avoided the situation the video that went viral on the internet appeared to show him smirking as tribal elder Nathan Phillips drummed at the Lincoln Memorial on Monday Sandman saying he was not smirking. It's day. Thirty four of the partial government shutdown those signs still unable to come to an agreement as showdown reaches day. Thirty four two bills will be voted on in the Senate today. Neither expected to pass. That means the eight hundred thousand federal workers will stay furloughed or working without pay and frustration has been growing within departments. This is the coast guard commandant, I find it unacceptable that coastguard men and women have to rely on food pantries and donations to get through day to day life, a servicemembers even the president's former homeland security secretary and chief of staff John Kelly signing onto a letter that urges they fund the department. Serena Marshall, ABC news Washington. An Indiana school superintendent back work after being charged with insurance fraud Ellwood school superintendent, Casey smitherman turned herself into police Wednesday for allegedly passing an uninsured student officer own son during a trip to the doctor she's facing three felonies including insurance fraud and identity deception, but under a deal with the Madison County Indiana prosecutor, the charges will be dropped. If she has no other arrests for a year. Prosecutor Rodney coming says the cost of insurance fraud gets passed on to all of us to.

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

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"kenton county commonwealth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hit and run in Springfield township overnight injured a Hamilton county. Sheriff's deputies a Royal blue Honda was reportedly headed northbound on Hamilton avenue when they then struck the deputy in the intersection and then dragged the officer the deputy is in serious but stable condition at the hospital today. Police say they are on the lookout today for a Royal blue Honda Kentucky. Judges dropped a child pornography charges against the man who ordered sex dolls that resembled an infant and the sixty eight year old girl judge dismissed the charge of having an island portraying sexual performance by a minor saying there was no actual child involved Kenton county. Commonwealth attorney rob Sanders says he may appeal the case which he says is a first for his office a man facing felony drug charges pled guilty this week four year old. Dante Holdbrooke of Middletown was charged this past March one of eight local people and twelve in all accused in a federal drug indictment, accusing them of working with the scene alot cartel in Mexico to ship and sell drugs locally and auxiliary officer in the seven mile. Police department was also among those suspects on Thursday Holbrooke pleaded guilty for his role. He allegedly had a pound of the powerful painkillers Fenton in his car at the time of his arrest. Investigators say he distributed the drugs to other sellers in the network, Jack. Crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w greatest today's I dedicate a place for food. Trucks opens today in Westchester, the Queen city food truck court located a former gas station Tyler's villain Tyler's place boulevard. Nearly a dozen food trucks will be parked on the side from eleven to nine Tuesday through Saturday and the father of atop college basketball. Prospect is testified that his son was offered tens of thousands of dollars to play at major programs Brown Brian bowing, senior testified on Thursday. And a federal trial that an aspiring agents had told him. He could get fifty thousand dollars to pay at the university of Arizona one hundred and fifty thousand dollars to go to Oklahoma state or a hundred thousand dollars to go to Creighton Balan was testifying at the New York City trial of Dunkin's and two other defendants accused of making secret payments to recruits the forecast is next seven hundred wwl w news time five thirty four tap.

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