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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And it was getting worrisome. For now. The travel advisory is only a recommendation, not a requirement. If they have the option. Definitely try to stay home in Indianapolis, Julia Dang wish TV and wish tv dot com. Abby sure to follow us on Facebook. 5 14 right now, and Colts watch various Leonard has something to prove on Sunday. I wish to be Colts player analyst has found some new motivation for the showdown with the Green Bay Packers, thanks to something, Aaron Rodgers said. There is. I know you're a guy who likes to find some motivation for yourself was a couple weeks ago, Aaron Rodgers told Fred Warner. He was the best linebacker and football. I think you already know this lesson that I've seen it so she said, No, you know. You hear things like that? That just give you that extra motivation to go out and play. I've been looking forward to this game. Everything you said that, you know, just gonna know He's been asleep for a long time. And you know for him to say that a friend one you know they're playing time. 20 years So you don't know the first time. I wanna know I wanna be with Mark. Hopefully, you know, change changes, my love. You know what he said about that? Way will get you ready for the game Tune into Wish TV for analysis and live reports from the stadium. Countdown to kickoff is from 11 A.m. to noon. It's the only one hour Colts pregame show in the states. And a group of retired Lawrence police officers Air helping a local man out with a new ride. John Wessel says his bike was stolen twice in the past couple of months. He uses it to get to work at Goodwill Industries at the federal building downtown in order support his family. The former officers work security there. They say they have personally seen Wessels commitment to his job and family and wanted to help so they reached out to the Lawrence Police Department to help donate a new bike. Wessel says the bike means a much more than just a mode of transportation. People are his kind. Got a good heart. You.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Police officers and the Lawrence Police Department's motorcycle unit. According to the Eagle Tribune, Ari, Skilled to Eddie Southworth was named the first female on the Lawrence motorcycle unit with nearly 20 years on the force. She's also the first Latina assigned to the department's policing unit, Police chief Roy Vasquez says they're trying to represent the community they serve, and they now have 18 female officers. Most of them are. Lotina's luxury flights are now in stock at a popular wholesale store as we hear from WBC's match, Shearer Okay, So here's my Costco shopping list, hand sanitizer, toilet paper and private jet service. They have it and the customers air raving, no, not really interested in that. I don't think anybody in there would be that's a little bit over my means. If you're gonna provide me the resource is to pay for. Maybe I would for the bargain price of 17.5 grand. You can purchase a one year membership two wheels up a private aviation service. This guy's car was a little too full for flights, Deeds, guacamole, peppers, no private planes up. I'd like to stay on the ground. Still, the impulse buys are part of the fun of shopping here. It's Costco and you come to be Surprised a little bit in Waltham. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio, a Steamship Authority employees on the Martha's Vineyard Island home has tested positive for covert 19. As a result, the authorities taking additional preventative steps to ensure the public and its employees safety. The employee last works on the vessel that Thursday due to that employees work. Duties. It's unlikely they had any long term exposure with the public on this ship. The authority says employees are being notified and no operational changes or interruptions are anticipated as a result of the incident. Coming up at 5 45. Some promising news was announced this week on the covert vaccine, the latest on that we also go to Bloomberg business Right now. This has been an unusual year for all kinds of businesses, even for those who've seen exponential growth as a result of the pandemic, including shippers year like they've never seen before, and may not see again. Bloomberg reporter Tom Black says FedEx and UPS are already pushing up against capacity constraints. For them. Business is up, but so, too is there cost of doing business. The shippers are incurring extra cost. A lot of that has to do with the extra spending they're doing to protect workers with personal protection equipment and the testing and the cleaning of facilities so those shippers are adding more delivery days, implementing surcharges and hiring more workers. And hoping customers do their holiday shopping much earlier than usual. I think where they're really worried is in the traditional peak season, which is after Thanksgiving all the way up until Christmas, and they're encouraging people to order early like now I'm ELISA Parentally Bloomberg business on WBZ, Boston's news radio. That's smart speaker does more than play the hits. Oh,.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That works on it. The Chelsea curves that earlier crash a car street has cleared the river road slur in good shape, so the airport tunnels, David said. Ronnie WBC's traffic on the threes and taking a look at the four day forecast. We're currently under a wind advisory could be looking at 20 to 30 Mile an hour gusts maybe up to near 50 miles an hour, especially near the coast. That, combined with a thunderstorm crossing the area could mean some damage. And some power outages, otherwise clearing tonight low of 45 Tomorrow's going to be blustery, feeling colder intervals of sun and clouds eyes between 50 and 55 real fields in the thirties, though, for much of the day Tuesday chilly sun and clouds, maybe some rain highs in the upper forties. Wednesday is going to be cooler, but Sun's out highs in the upper thirties. Right now it is 48 degrees in Gloucester, 46 in Methuen. 47 overcast in Boston at 5 35. Hurricane Iota is taking aim at Nicaragua and Honduras, the same countries clobbered by a hurricane Ada just two weeks ago. Unfortunately, it is running into the same places that saw ADA in Central America. So this is Nicaragua and Honduras. San Pedro Sula, which saw up to 2.5 Ft of Rain from ADA will see another 1 to 2 FT. At least there could be another tune of half feet in spots of a CBS meteorologist, David Parkinson. Significant milestone today for Latina police officers and the Lawrence Police Department's motorcycle unit. According to the Eagle Tribune, Ari, Skilled to Eddie Southworth was named the first female on the Lawrence.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Prices and get your rock star data Bose sound bar that speaks volumes spend a little one gets from eBay. That's a lot, David said. Ronnie WBC's traffic on the threes and taking a look at the fourth day forecast. We're currently under a weather or a a wind warning that's going to stick around until 1 A.m. could be seeing some gusts up to 50 60 miles an hour, especially around along the coast. Also So a thunderstorm crossing the area, so that's possibility for damaging when Gus or some power outages, otherwise clearing tonight down the 45 Tomorrow's going to be AH, colder day with some war win intervals of sun and clouds High 55 but feeling like it's in the thirties. Tuesday chilly sun and clouds, maybe a shower upper forties Wednesday colder, but the sun's out. Hi 35. Right now It's gonna be 48 degrees in Belmont 49 in Norwood 48. Mostly cloudy over Boston at 5 15 Window world. The bosses the choice to make to save on energy bills every season, beautify your home with award winning windows, doors, siding and roofing. It guaranteed everyday low prices visit When the world love boston dot com. Now that is Window world of boston dot com. Local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ news radio. Evening. I'm Madison Rodgers. Here are the five things you need to know. At 5 15 for Boston schools are set to reopen tomorrow for the highest need students after the district switch to a fully remote learning model last month because of the cove, it's spike in the city Hurricane iota expected to make landfall at landfall late tomorrow or early Tuesday. Next week in Central America. Eagle Tribune reports. Eric Stella Eddie South Worse, has become the first female officer on the Lawrence Police Department Motorcycle unit. Military officers are keeping a close eye on the weather today, saying there is a 50 50 chance for a space X launch set for just before 7:30 p.m. this evening. President Trump tweeted today, saying that President.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Without power the city of Somerville is canceling all major events through the end of the year here's mayor Joe Carter Tony communities ExxonMobil some of the most densely populated city in the women were the most densely populated in the country with one of our populations who have a higher level of transmission of the virus high death rates have to be extremely focused on developing approaches that informed by science by health experts and they keep as its guiding compass safety at the highest level in sustainable recovery the city of Boston has announced the cancellation of major events through Labor Day a wrap up of the latest code outbreak numbers for the state we're expecting new numbers after four the number of total confirmed cases topped eighty three thousand over twelve hundred of those added yesterday the state health department also announced a hundred and ten more deaths bringing the total death toll to nearly fifty six hundred there are still more than eight hundred people in the I. C. U. the hospitalization rate remains at three percent these officers and Lawrence are looking to make sure residents are informed and their faces are covered WBZ's Karen regal for ports Lawrence police chief Roy Vasquez wearing his mask emblazoned with the seal of the Lawrence police department it's a three hundred dollar fine if he doesn't it's a very serious issue but if you can have a little smile on your face is results in some way I think it's a good thing out on the streets walking down Broadway officer Eduardo dela Cruz approaches people without a.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ninety three say coverage coming into the city Sumner and Callahan dolls all doing well sixty five degrees in Boston it's a cloudy sky jacquard WBZ's traffic on the threes here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast early on the Saturday morning as clouds linger there will be another shower or two around but no intense storms like we had early Friday night lows will be in the mid fifties and patchy fog should develop prior to daybreak near the coast later today with a blend of sun and clouds highs will be in the mid sixties near the coast to reach the mid seventies though in some inland spots partly cloudy tonight low near fifty tomorrow clouds limits on high sixty five to seventy a bit of rain will arrive late tomorrow night that'll continue on and off Monday with a high of fifty five on accu weather meteorologist Carabins ski WBZ Boston news radio when you think of what a police officer does you may not consider handing out informational flyers and coverings WBZ's Karen regal tells us about the city's efforts to endear everyone is complying with Lawrence police chief Roy Vasquez wearing his mask emblazoned with the seal of the Lawrence police department it's a three hundred dollar fine if he doesn't it's a very serious issue but if you can have a little smile on your face is results in some way I think it's a good thing out on the streets walking down Broadway officer Eduardo dela Cruz approaches people without a mask or with a disposable one not to fine but to give them a mascot very important to have it on the massive been donated by the regions who have made them by hand it looks was in his car he had amassed but officer did accrues gave him one anyway in case he or anyone he knew needed it it shows that is not only health authorities that are promoting this in Lawrence Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio the vast majority of the state's congressional delegation has come together on a new letter to immigration and customs enforcement asking the agency to put an immediate moratorium on all in person check ins the letter urges ice to put the moratorium in place until at least August first it also calls on ice to allow bond payments to be done either through the mail or online both senators Markey and Warren signed off on this and all the states wraps except for the north shore's rap south Molton meantime.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Listening to fox news three W. Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go he's coming in with a plan on thirty three and cloudy on medicine McGill here's what's trending at two one two the new police chief of Indianapolis promises much will stay the same within the police department receives a report on his strategy to defeat violent crime do solemnly swear you solemnly swear that I will support the constitution of the United upon his swearing and Randall Taylor promised one change from the Brian roaches ministration visibility you should expect to see me and events and community meetings I will stand there with you both dark times and happy ones he says the police can cut down on violent crime by keeping an open dialogue with the community keeping a good working relationship with the feds and investing in people and equipment Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news what comes up must come down that includes bullets that come from a gun that someone might shoot off tonight to celebrate new year's captain trees he can travel with the Lawrence police department to his best to stay inside thirty minutes before the new year and thirty to forty minutes after that police are mind you that if you fire your gun into the air it can damage cars and houses or injure someone and you could be arrested tracking weather next it's two oh three turning C. P. H. O. Cordell divorce is never an easy decision nor should it be you didn't get married to get divorced and if you're thinking is right you won't choose divorce when good alternatives exist having said that if you're a man facing divorce you should know that like many things in life timing is important too often gas find themselves in a divorce court when their businesses are thriving when their.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seventy beautiful degrees in Boston on this Friday afternoon good afternoon the weekend is nearly here it's been a busy news week it continues today I'm Laurie curbing here's what's happening right now. governor vapor give the all clear in Lawrence for most residents after a major gas leak in scare. have a news conference along with a Lawrence mayor Dan Rivera and our WBZ's Karen regal is there joining me live right now. good afternoon Laurie most residents are going to be allowed to go home there are exceptions if you live on Broadway within the impacted don't you're not being allowed to go home and you probably will not be allowed to go home tonight she was the go to the Lincoln street school. Columbia gas officials are there to help you get a hotel room there also there to help you with the claims process Laurie item in them that I am in the middle of the very dizzy command tender scene because there is an investigation under way the question is how this happened it's important to note right now there is no threat to public safety any gas leak is contained people are being allowed to go home but the department of public utilities is investigating to find out exactly what happened detail police officer with the Lawrence police department notice the smell of gas and sounded the alarm and that is what triggered this response and may have kept a lot of people say that today. according from Lawrence Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio so they got lucky. our Karen thank you Columbia gas is still working out the details of the one hundred and forty three million dollars settlement from last year's gas explosions and fires the plan calls for six categories of pay outs ranging from fifty Bucks to fifteen thousand there were an estimated one hundred and seventy five thousand people impacted businesses can also qualify this is separate I should tell you from an eighty million dollar payout made from Columbia gas to Lawrence and over and north Andover the affected communities in the Merrimack valley there is another court hearing planned for next October seventh while all of this was going on students in Lawrence high school were in lockdown told to go home Mike Macklin from Laura and it was just horrifying because we're all scared and we don't know what to do. Cisco unity in embraced his mother outside the school still shaken after being locked down in his classroom while heavily armed police search to school looking for reported gunman thing they're telling.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The food I'm John Herrick here's what's trending this hour Indiana's twist on iron chef has crowned a winner at the state fair Merrick Berman it's the fourth year the Indiana grown initiatives invited Hoosiers to cook up their best recipes as long as the include at least three India grown ingredients Lori Wilson of north Salem took first prize of the basketball size apple pie dubbed mile high caramel apple pecan pie I think we're all floor there was an apple pie with a cake I honestly thought there was meringue or something because it's just huge but are great flavor circle city sweet Cindy Hawkins is one of three judges all from India this team of chefs in the upcoming world food championships in Dallas at the state fair Eric Berman ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news a data breach involving Carmel clay students it was traced to Pearson clinical assessment which is the online system the district uses school leaders say they sent letters to families letting them know if their child was impacted they believe students names and birthdays were leaked but not the assessment information or the grades at a Lawrence police department officer rescued a dog back in may now that dog is his officer Stuart bishop freed the dog from a fence all responding to a call about an abandoned puppy and that rescued was captured on a Anne's life PD show the dog was turned over to animal control after they couldn't find his owner so bishop decided to adopt the dog he has since named the dog Rizzo I'm John here wreck on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three W. Y. B. C. and W. Y. B. C. dot com now.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

11:43 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"How much are how little, I think it's hard to tell but you can point to cases where there is a crime that would not have happened in the United States had ice been able to do its job of arresting someone who had committed the crime of entering the country illegally. That person would be gun or if the reporter security was better, that person ever would have entered the United States. And so, again, the crime that person committee, here would not have happened. And so it's not about. Legal immigration when people want to enter the country legally, there's a screening process for that. Right. Right. Permission. United States government to enter, but when people come illegally through a porous border, you over there. And for example, that is how MS thirteen replenishes its ranks we arrest fifty or sixty MS thirteen members. How do you think they replenished their ranks? They do it through illegal immigrants coming over the border up to Massachusetts. How else are they doing it? Would you say online, recruiting on social media? What other tactics are they using that you think? Druce in schools. Ellen school is a lot of it is in the schools. We do a lot of work with local police departments who have school resource officers. So police officers who are posted at middle schools and high schools. We do a lot of work with those officers to try and keep kids from being recruited by thirteen but it happens a lot in the schools, and I mean MS thirteen which you say it's a student who's been radicalized and then that student is now radicalizing other students, or is a gang members waiting outside on the streets, finding school, kids and trying to recruit them out. Is it happening on school property outside school? Private happening proper, okay. So you'll have students in the school who are themselves investors. He members who try and recruit younger students into the gang. What you also have is MS thirteen is much more coordinated than it used to be. And so what we've seen in the past is MS thirteen groups here in the greater Boston area. Coordinating with MS thirteen in El Salvador to have more senior people sent up to fill gaps created by us prosecuting people and putting them in prison. And so the gang is constantly trying to rebuild itself, after we are costly trying to prosecute them and dismantle the gang. So it's sort of sort of cycle, right? And with respect to sanctuary cities, they are harboring criminals and not they're not all violent. They're not all going to be a threat. You know some people are obviously, you know, here illegally, but non violent, but there are har- dangerous criminals. Sometimes in these sanctuary cities, is that making it harder for law enforcement to do their job, and ice because they can't get the cooperation of those local officials in that stance the level of cooperation varies. Even if something is quote unquote, a sanctuary city. But I think overall does make the job of law enforcement harder. Because over the years. Federal authorities have counted on cooperation from local authorities to be able to do their jobs and it's comes up at one hundred different ways. So in, in standard law enforcement cases, gang cases, whatever we work a lot with state police with local police local police know their towns, better than the feds due to count on that kind of cooperation, and ISIS the same way. So if local authorities will not cooperate with ice. Yes, it makes it harder for ice to do its job now there is some variation in this. So, for example, I don't think the saints secret in fact, I've said publicly that we're doing. Aggressive enforcement in Lawrence on the subject of fennel trafficking other opioid trafficking, all that stuff, and we actually have a pretty good relationship with the Lawrence police department despite Lawrence itself being a sanctuary city, because the Lawrence police also want to clean up the town and get rid of drug traffickers, a high percentage of drug traffickers Lawrence who are Dominican nationals who are here illegally. The LARs PD helps us arrest. Those people, despite the immigration issue looming in the background, that's sort of an exception to the rule. But overall yes, the sanctuary city phenomenon makes it harder for the feds do their jobs. So with respect to MS thirteen what could they possibly be offering? These students to entice them to become a gang member and commit horrible acts of violence and potentially get killed or find themselves in jail for the rest of their lives. I mean what are they offering them? Are they getting them hooked on drugs? I and so that they have to keep coming back, and they basically pimping them drugs, or what are they offering them that someone would risk throwing their life away to this gang? I think it's simpler than that. I think it's that. A lot of these kids who get recruited don't have their own support networks like at home. They don't have a strong family, broken families, or maybe they've recently arrived in the area with they're looking for is friendship, their own social group, their own social network. Identity and MS thirteen is able to give them that if they don't have it, otherwise the drugs, actually don't play huge role that we've seen drug use, and drug trafficking are not a huge factor that we've seen within a searching, it's all about the violence, get recruited into MS thirteen and you spend a lot of your time trying to figure out how to ambush and kill rival gang members. Peers to be what MS thirteen says most of his time doing these are not long-term thinkers. It's like the old mob cases where it was about the money right about the money it's just about killing the other guy, and so these kids, get recruited in very soon after being recruited, they are being induced to commit serious. Violent crimes, and if they're caught for them then they wind up in prison for long periods. Right. And what schools are you saying this are the most vulnerable right now? Massachusetts, which you say Lawrence since they have. Gang. Where are you saying, I think the parents and communities, Massachusetts really be concerned about their children? Where are you seeing this happening for us over the last few years, east Boston, and Chelsea were hotspots for this, but they're actually better now than they were I single out those two because we did a massive MS thirteen prosecution. That is mostly wrapped up now involving sixty one members thirteen we prosecuted, and many of these kids have been involved in murders or other serious assaults racketeering case, some of these kids got sentences of thirty years, or more that did a lot disrupt MS thirteen in those towns, and you saw the violence, trout. So now it's a little better there than it used to be, but those examples come to mind other working class cities where you've got kids maybe don't have anything to do. They don't strong families at home either exposed to all these influences. So Lawrence is one of them Fall River and New Bedford a little bit of this issue place. Springfield. We used to do cases involving the Latin kings. Remember them in Springfield for years. So it tends to be sort of second tier cities like that, where there's not a lot of money is not a lot of prospects. Then you have a lot of kids who are open to this kind of influence, so tragic, it really is. And this big bus. She just did with MS thirteen gangs. How many of them were here illegally roughly say, I don't remember off hand. There was a good percentage that were here illegally, including some who were involved in the conspiracy to murder charges that were part of that case. And it's a constant problem with that gang. And so, for example, we heard from sources that we cultivated that after we made these arrests we just swept the sixty one gang members of street which did a lot to dismantle MS thirteen greater Boston. We heard from sources afterward, that they remnants of the gang was going out of its way to specifically recruit people to come up from El Salvador illegally to help replenish, the gang known method. The gang uses to replenish, its ranks once the feds arrest, a bunch of them. So it is definitely an ongoing problem in the immigration. The failed immigration system is making our cities and communities, obviously that much more dangerous because soon as you lock up a keg member. Another legal gang member is making its way into its into our countries that, right? Yeah. I think there is a connection there, I think stronger border security would allow us to better decide who we want to enter the country. And again, at least in my view, it's not. About legal immigration. Right. You can debate whether whether whether more or less legal immigration is what, what the country wants personal legal immigration things is great country. People wanna come here country was built on waves of immigrants. Coming here legally in legal immigration. You have no idea what you're getting. And so if you have a porous border, then you just rolling the dice, every person who enters could be someone who is just coming in search of a decent job, or fleeing persecution, or it could be someone who's a killer. Right. You just don't know or the next marathon bomber or al-qaeda. And so, it's always better to note with seems to me at moreover, it seems to me. That's what the federal government owes its own population. Right. Right. The one thing you think the federal government should be doing is protecting its own borders. It should be, it's a fundamental obliga- shin for government of a country. Absolutely. So we should be doing absolutely even the president's primary job. Has the safety and security of the American people. And so it starts with our border when we know we have to vet, who comes in to keep to keep everybody safe, especially given the fact of this massive global refugee crisis. You have all these refugees fleeing from places like the Middle East. That is just saturated with ISIS, or radicalized individuals that could very well be making their way to United States via the poorest Mexican border because we know from for a fact that it's not just Mexicans coming through our ports for people from all over the world coming in. I'd like to talk to you about marijuana legalized here in the state. What type of challenges that presenting for? Law enforcement with respect specifically to driving impaired because I'll just tell you quick story. So last week, I was riding my vice ical in a rural part of Massachusetts, subunits day, which is a novel here. But I was riding my bike. It's actually was a week ago today. And a black convertible comes zooming by and I got hit with a massive whiff of marijuana smoke. And so this wasn't somebody just taking a little hit off a joint, because that would have been a faint smell. I and this was like, they obviously smoking, like a major pipe or getting getting major wasted in the car, and I thought my God, I could kill me, obviously, they're impaired driving. And so that's a big public threat. And thank God, I was okay, but we don't know about future pedestrian or future, another car crash. So now that's legalized more readily available. Are we going to say more highway accidents and people getting killed as a result? It remains to be seen. I can tell you the cops are worried about it. I spent a lot. Time talking to police chiefs like these regional police chief meetings, and they're really concerned about an uptick in marijuana related.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

13:08 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"A crime that would not have happened in the United States had ice been able to do its job of arresting someone who had committed the crime of entering the country illegally. That person would be gun or if the reporter security was better, that person ever would have entered the United States. And so, again, the crime that person committee, here would not have happened. And so it's not about. Legal immigration when people want to enter the country legally, there's a screening process for that. Right. Right. They get the permission United States government's enter, but when people come illegally through a porous border, you have no idea. They are. And for example, that is how MS thirteen replenishes its ranks we arrest fifty or sixty MS thirteen members. How do you think they replenished their ranks? They do it through illegal immigrants coming over the border up to Massachusetts. How else are they doing it? Would you say online, recruiting on social media? What other tactics are they using that you think recruits in schools, Ellen schools? A lot of it is in schools. We do a lot of work with local police departments who have school resource officers. So police officers who are posted at middle schools and high schools. We do a lot of work with those officers to try and keep kids from being recruited by thirteen but it happens a lot in the schools, and I mean, MS thirteen which you say. It's a student who's been radicalized and then that student is now radicalizing other students, or is it gang members waiting outside on this in the streets, finding school, kids and trying to recruit them out. Is it happening on school property outside school properties happening on school proper? Okay. So you'll have students in the school who are themselves, Mr. members who try and recruit younger students into the gang. What you also have is MS thirteen is much more coordinated than it used to be. And so what we've seen in the past is MS thirteen groups here in the greater Boston area, coordinating with MS thirteen in El Salvador to have more senior people sent up to fill gaps created by us prosecuting people putting them in prison. And so the gang is constantly trying to rebuild itself, after we are constantly trying to prosecute them and dismantle the gang. So it's sort of sort of cycle, right? And with respect to sanctuary cities on they are harboring criminals, not they're not all violent. They're not all going to be a threat. You know some people are obviously, you know, here illegally, but non violent, but there are har- dangerous criminals. Sometimes in the sanctuary cities, is that making it harder for law enforcement to do their job, and ice because they can't get the cooperation of those local officials in towns, the level of cooperation varies. Even if something is quote unquote, a sanctuary city. But I think overall does make the job of law enforcement harder. Because over the years federal authorities have counted on cooperation from local authorities to be able to do their jobs and it's comes up at one hundred different ways. So in standard law enforcement cases, gang. Cases whatever we work, a lot with state police with local police local police know their towns better than the feds to, to count on that kind of cooperation and ice is the same way. So if local authorities will not cooperate with ice. Yes, it makes it harder for ice to do its job now there is some variation in this. So, for example, I don't think the saints secret in fact, I've said publicly that we're doing aggressive enforcement Lawrence on the subject of fennel trafficking other opioid trafficking, all that stuff, and we actually have a pretty good relationship with the Lawrence police department despite Lawrence itself being a sanctuary city, because the Lawrence police also want to clean up the town and get rid of drug traffickers. You've a high percentage of drug traffickers Lawrence who are Dominican nationals who are here illegally. The Lawrence pity helps us arrest. Those people despite the immigration issue looming in the background. And so that's sort of an exception to the rule. But overall yes, sanctuary city phenomenon makes it harder for the feds do their jobs. So with respect to MS thirteen what could they possibly be offering? These students to entice them to become a gang member and commit horrible acts of violence and potentially get killed or find themselves in jail for the rest of their lives. I mean what are they offering them? Are they getting them hooked on drugs? I and so that they have to keep coming back, and they basically pimping them drugs, or what are they offering them that someone would risk throwing their life away to this gang? I think it's simpler than that. I think it's that. A lot of these kids who get recruited don't have their own support networks like at home. They don't have a strong family broken families or maybe they've recently arrived in the area. They're looking for is friendship their own social group, their own social network density, and MS thirteen is able to give them that if they don't have it, otherwise the drugs, actually don't play huge role that we've seen drug use, and drug, trafficking are not a huge factor that we've seen with MS thirteen. It's all about the violence, you get recruited into MS thirteen and you spend a lot of your time trying to figure out how to ambush and kill rival gang members that appears to be when MS thirteen says most of his time doing these are not long-term thinkers. It's like the old mob cases where it was about the money right silent about the money it's just about killing the other guy, and so these kids, get recruited in very soon after being recruited, they are being induced to commit serious. Violent crimes, and if they're caught for them then they wind up in prison for long periods. Right. And what schools are you saying this are the most vulnerable right now? Massachusetts, which you say Lawrence since they have there's gang where are you saying, I think the parents and communities throughout Massachusetts really be concerned about their children. Where do you saying this happening for us over the last few years, east Boston, and Chelsea were hotspots for this? But they're actually better now than they were I single out those two because we did a massive MS thirteen prosecution. That is mostly wrapped up now involving sixty one members of MS thirteen who we prosecuted, and many of these kids have been involved in murders or other serious of salts. It was a racketeering case, some of these kids got sentences of thirty years, or more that did a lot disrupt MS thirteen in those towns and you saw the violence drought. So now it's a little better there than it used to be, but those two examples come to mind other working class cities where you've got kids maybe don't have anything else to do. They don't strong families at home. The other exposed all these influences. So Lawrence is one of them Fall River and New Bedford a little bit of this issue place Springfield. We used to do cases involving the Latin kings. Remember them in Springfield for years. So it tends to be sort of a second tier cities like that way. Where there's not a lot of money is not a lot of prospects. Have a lot of kids who are open to this kind of influence, so tragic, it really is. And this big bus you just did with MS thirteen gangs. How many of them were here illegally, roughly what you say, I don't remember off hand. There was a good percentage that were here illegally, including some who were involved in the conspiracy to murder charges that were part of that case. And it's a constant problem with that gang. And so, for example, we heard from sources that we cultivated that after we made these rests. We just swept the sixty one gang members of street which did a lot to dismantle thirteen greater Boston. We heard from sources afterward, that they remnants of the gang was going out of its way to specifically recruit people to come up from El Salvador illegally to help replenish, the gang. It's sort of unknown method. The gang uses to replenish, its ranks once the feds arrest, a bunch of them. So it is definitely an ongoing problem in the immigrant, the failed immigration system is making our cities in communities, obviously that much more dangerous because soon as you lock up a keg member. Another legal gang member is making its way into its into our countries that, right? Yeah. I think there is a connection there. I think she's wrong or border security would allow us to better decide who we want to enter the country. And again, at least in my view, it's not about. Legal immigration. Right. You can debate whether whether whether more or less legal immigration is, what is what the country wants personal level. I think legal immigration are good things great country. People wanna come here. The country was built on waves of immigrants. Coming here legally in legal immigration. You have no idea what you're getting. And so if you have a porous border, then you just rolling the dice, every person who enters could be someone who is just coming in search of a decent job, or fleeing persecution, or it could be someone who's a killer. Right. You just don't know or the next marathon bomber, or Al Qaeda. And so it's always better to know. It seems to me at moreover, it seems to me. That's what the federal government owes its own population. Right. Right. The one thing you think the federal government should be doing is protecting its own borders. It should it's a, it's a fundamental obliga- shin for a government of a country. Absolutely. So we should be doing even the president's primary job is. The safety security of the American people. And so it starts with our border when we know we have to vet, who comes in to keep to keep everybody safe, especially given the fact this massive global refugee crisis. You have all these refugees fleeing from places like the Middle East. That is just saturated with ISIS, or radicalized individuals that could very well be making their way to United States via the porous Mexican border because we know from for a fact that it's not just Mexicans coming through our pores for those people from all over the world coming in. I'd like to talk to you about marijuana. Legalized here in the state. What type of challenges is that presenting for? Law enforcement with respect specifically to driving impaired because I'll just tell you quick story. So last week, I was riding my bicycle in a rural part of Massachusetts, subunits day, which is nominally here. But I was riding my bike. It's actually was a week ago today. And a black convertible comes zooming by and I got hit with a massive whiff of marijuana smoke. And so this wasn't somebody just taking a little hit off a joint, because that would have been a faint smell. I'm in this was like, they obviously smoking a major pipe or getting getting major wasted in the car, and I thought my God that could kill me, obviously, they're impaired driving. And so that's a big public threat. And thank God, I was okay, but we don't know about up to put future pedestrian or future, another car crash. So now that's legalized more readily available. Are we going to say more highway accidents of people getting killed as a result? I think it remains to be seen. I can tell you the cops are worried about it. I spent a lot. Time talking to police chiefs, like, oh, these regional police chief meetings, and they're really concerned about an uptick in marijuana related crimes because of legalization and driving while impaired is one of them, I think tied to that. I'm very concerned about an increase in underage usage right now. I remember raising this argument around the time that, that legalisation really kicked off and saying, look if the age limit from for alcohol is twenty one just like you have a lot of underage drinking. When the for marijuana is twenty one you're gonna have love under-age smoking. I was sort of dismissed for, for making that point. But it seems to be patently commonsensical point there will be more underage smoking people whose judgment isn't great anyway, because they're teenagers. And so it wouldn't surprise me at all. If you see an increase in impaired driving, I think it's too early to see statistics on it. But yes. There's a real risk of that happening. Right. And also there's been studies that show that the marijuana that, let's that previous generations smoked was much weaker the THC level. It was much less potent. Now, there's extremely potent marijuana out there that they say, you know can increase psychosis. And that is dangerous for everyone, but especially teenagers who don't know any better. Yes. The, the marijuana that people have available in the street now stronger than it used to be, especially Canadian marijuana, which is very accessible here in New England is especially potent the prices of it reflect that on top of that..

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In where he has to take drastic actions like declaring national emergency like even merely suggesting shutting down the border, and whatever that means in some way, Bank says he still doesn't know what the president means by shutting down the border. But he believes completely shutting it down would hurt the economy. Chris Davis Ninety-three WIBC mobile news student caught with. Gun on a school bus Wednesday and Lawrence police confirmed that Dana Altmaier with Lawrence township schools could say little about the students in privacy laws. Unable to provide further information and the matter has since been turned over to Lawrence police department, the Marion county prosecutor's office will determine what if any charges will be filed convicted or raping and killing a woman from Indianapolis named Kenya Edwards. Johnny Jones was found. Guilty of those crimes yesterday. DNA evidence linked him to the crimes in two thousand fifteen he'll be sentenced April twenty six the two Brownstown police officers involved in a shooting that killed a man Wednesday morning where the towns to highest ranking officers Stanley reports Brownstown police chief Tom hander and assistant chief Joe Kelley on administrative leave that's department protocol, even for officers in their positions. State. Police are investigating after a mandate. Berry Rucker was shot and killed ISP's Hanner and Kelly tried to break up fight between Rucker and a woman. Outside the police station when Rucker pulled a gun each officer fired at least one shot. It's not clear who's bullet hit Rucker. But he died later at a hospital in Seymour Stanley ninety three WIBC mobile news. And it's, you know, the mascot hall of fame calls, Indiana home. Rob Kahn reports on the grand opening of the new building in northern Indiana. The mascot hall of fame in whiting, Indiana is hosting its grand opening celebration this weekend, the hall of fame has been around for a while as an online venue only, but the plan to build a permanent facility in town off of Lake Michigan began back in two thousand fourteen on Saturday appearances. We'll be made from hall of famers, Tommy hawk from the Chicago Blackhawks Penn State's Nittany lion. And slugger of the Kansas City Royals and mission.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Yelling. Our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're going to get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not going to cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be signing. Who controlled my voice, nobody talks news channel, real news. Real honest opinion. Tweet WIP seeing mobile news all the level on the go. What it means to have a hate crimes law showers overnight, drying out and warming up Friday afternoon. I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending this hour, the legislative battle over Indiana's hate crimes law is over. But the battle over what it means may be just beginning. I'm Eric Berman. The hate crime watchdog Anti-Defamation League issued a statement calling the law inadequate and unacceptable because it doesn't include age gender or gender identity. Governor Holcomb suggests the DL has moved the goalposts read their letter at the outset that said it buys crimes law and needs to cover everyone and have an enumerated list, and we have both. I would encourage them to look at Indiana's biased crimes wall as the model says he hopes businesses will point to the lodge show. Perspective workers, Indiana is welcoming state Eric Berman Ninety-three WIBC mobile new Albany's favorite son tells ESPN he's about to declare for the pro draft. And there is more Romeo. Lankford is scheduled for surgery on a torn ligament in his thumb. So maybe that's why he said that those three games. In the United after playing through the regular season. With the injury suffered in late November Lawrence police confirm a student was caught with a gun on a school bus Wednesday. Dana Altmaier with Lawrence township schools could say little about that student privacy laws. Unable to provide further information and the matter has since been turned over to Lawrence police department Marion county prosecutor's office will determine what if any charges will be filed. I'm staying Lear on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WIBC.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In Lear. PC mobile news all the level on the go. Career is over showers developing the evening drying out and warming up Friday afternoon. I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending at five thirty new Albany favorite son tells ESPN he's about to declare for the pro draft, and there's more Romeo Lankford scheduled for surgery a torn ligament in his thumb so that's why he sat out those three games in the IT after playing the regular season with the injury suffered in late November. If you see something say something worked Chris Davis reports the gun found that a Lawrence township school bus the student who had the gun was arrested. Dana Altmeyer school district spokesperson says the gun never got into the school building in privacy laws or able to provide further information and the matter has been turned over to Lawrence police department. It was another student who told authorities about the gun. Chris Davis Ninety-three WIBC mobile news evidence shows a fourteen year old found in Kentucky is not the missing boy from Illinois. The boy turned. Yesterday morning, claiming he's Timothy Pitts new has been seems to two thousand eleven when he was six years old. Another lawsuit has been filed over the yoga aircrash. Fox's Goodall Scott has that story. Samya Stu MO was one of the one hundred fifty seven lives lost on the air jet last month. The lawsuit on behalf of her family mainly accuses Boeing end its parts maker Rosemont aerospace of Stu MOS wrongful death. Her mother Nadia Milleron says this lawsuit is intended to bring safety failings to light we as passengers need to demand that planes, be safe. So that no one else dies claim apart from the suit against Boeing is being filed against the Federal Aviation Administration with as the family says, and I toured the goal of not having the Boeing seven thirty seven Maxine ever fly again Grenell..

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Now the court says ten thousand we'll do it. The arrow was arrested after investigators discovered he had contact with the boy through the dating app grinder and allegedly had engaged in sexual acts with the pair or with the boy last summer in a park. He's pleading not guilty to all charges and VERA has been placed on administrative leave from the Lawrence police department. It's one forty nine and officials say the search for the missing is over in Alabama. The county sheriff says everyone is now accounted for in that area where a tornado killed twenty three people three of them children that tornado and e four clocking in with winds at one hundred seventy. Miles an hour ripped a twenty four mile long path of destruction from Alabama going over the line into Georgia tornado at one point was a mile wide. Well, new signs today that North Korea may be ramping up its missile program on the heels of last week's summit in Hanoi which ended without a deal at the construction site. You can see vehicles and supplies, right? By this launch site. The intercontinental ballistic missiles are shot off of mobile launchers. This site was actually for satellites, but the US says they were hiding the use of ICBM's at that site. They're looking more carefully at these images. Now, this of course, after that summit that completely broke down with no sort of deal. So this could just be an ago, she aiding tactic on the part of Kim Jong at summit in Hanoi. Breaking down over differences on just how far North Korea was willing to go in order to limit its nuclear program. And also the degree of US willingness to ease sanctions. On North Korea. Well, it's one fifty we've got some troubles out there west of town onto ninety right at the merchant four ninety five. Well, checking on that. Another traffic troubles coming up in traffic and weather together. Keep it.

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the way, no deal the United States and North Korea and a second summit early Boston police looking for missing woman and for your health the three year old last seen just after midnight Sunday morning in sports, the air is quickly leaving the Celtics balloon. They lose another one this time to the blazers. The Bruins in action tonight at home against the thing. Back to our top story. Now, it is snow pretty much everywhere. This morning in greater Boston. And it's tough on the roadways WBZ TV's. Eric Fisher tells us there is lights believe it or not at the end of this tunnel winding down, and it'll be cold. In the twenty s and we'll rebound in the afternoon preaching types near the low thirties. Well, this snowstorm did hit us overnight. And it was not very easy on the roads. If you were driving after midnight, say John and Taunton checked in with Bradley Jay on Jay talking overnight. Not having a great drive at all. Yeah. It's been plowed. But I mean, it's it's piling up down here in the south shore like coming up bay street up to one thirty eight was like forget it was like thirty eight wasn't. He plows problems continue this morning. And as such police are reminding everyone to clean off the cars do not crowd the plow up to five inches of new snow. It's still falling in much of the area. Lot of stuff going on today from the snow. We've got North Korea. We're talking about Michael Cohen testimony in Washington, and we're talking to you. We've got you covered. Everywhere you go tune in using the iheartradio app. It's free. Download WBZ NewsRadio on iheart. Or maybe you're at home getting ready for the big day. You can. Also, listen on your smart speaker with Alexa, say play WBZ NewsRadio on iheart radio more high drama in Washington for President Trump's former lawyer and so-called fixer as Michael Cohen turns on his ex boss in front of the house oversight committee and in front of millions of Americans Cohen calling out the president for being a racist a con man and a cheat. I'm Bill Rakoff on Capitol Hill, ladies and gentlemen. The days of this committee for texting the president at all. Over and with that house oversight and reform chairman Elijah Cummings open the public hearing for former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen who brought a number of allegations against the president, including the infamous Trump Tower Moscow matter something the president said he was never involved in Mr. Trump knew of and directed the Trump Moscow negotiations throughout the campaign and lied about it. He lied about it because he never expected to win before leaving Vietnam in the middle of the night, our time President Trump weighed in on Cohen. But it was very interesting because he didn't lie about one thing. He said no collusion with the Russian hoax. And I said, I wonder why he didn't just lie about that too. Like he did about everything else. I mean, he lied about so many different things. And I was actually impressed that he didn't say, well, I think there was collusion for this reason or that he didn't say that he said no collusion Cohen will finish up three days of testimony today. This time out of the public eye. It's behind closed doors in front of a house committee. Cohen is also headed to prison this spring for lying to congress among other charges. Eight nineteen at Boston's NewsRadio. Some new numbers from the governors highway safety Traffic Safety Administration says more than sixty two hundred pedestrians died on the nation's roadways last year. That's the most since nineteen ninety correspondent Jeff Gilbert says there are a number of factors at play here. The steady rise in pedestrian desk being blamed on distraction impairment and inference. Structure study author Richard reading says there's also the growth of SUV's a person who struck by higher vehicle that more likely to be a serious impact to the head or upper portion of the body as opposed to a passenger car, which might hit the legs and lower portion of the body and called on carmakers to do more to protect pedestrians and drivers to pay more attention Jeff Gilbert, CBS news, Detroit Lawrence cop remains locked up this morning on child rape charges and his lawyer not happy with the judge's decision. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us while Carlos vierra will sit in jail with no bail his legal team will get to work on an appeal as office claims Twenty-one gotten some of them unregistered were founded officer Carlos Vieira's home along with thousands of rounds of ammunition, and Oxycontin, they also say in a ar fifteen rifle with a ten round magazine was found in the trunk of the era's personal car the day of his arrest. You'll make sense Vieira's defense. Attorney. He's a weapon the had on patrol was authorized by Lawrence police department. He has permission from the large police department to use it work that night went directly from work to a training, which was also in his capacity as a police officer. And then after that he was arrested attorney Nathan says his client continues to maintain his innocence. What he affirms that he had nothing to do with this my belief is there some kind of mistaken identity or made up story. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ. Boston's News Radio close call in air after car. Get stuck on some railroad. Tracks driver was following her GPS system and accidentally drove around seventy seventy five feet down some train tracks causing major damage to her vehicle. The car was eventually removed from the tracks. No charges have been filed after passionate performance of the Oscars by its co stars one of the biggest films of two thousand eighteen now taking a victory lap. A star is born is coming back to theaters..

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"lawrence police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"lawrence police department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And babies, plus the Lawrence police department rescued an animal this weekend. You'll find out how they did that coming up these stories and much more coming your way after Fox News. You're listening to ninety three WIBC WIBC HD one, Indianapolis, it's seven o'clock. They're celebrating across New England. Again, I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. Exciting. Outcome was awesome. So it's not too exciting. As the patriots six championship came in the lowest scoring Super Bowl ever being dubbed by some as the snooze or bowl the lowest scoring game in Super Bowl history. Posting a combined sixteen points as the New England Patriots defeated the LA Rams thirteen to three. That's the lowest score for a winning team in the Super Bowl as well. As the fewest for a losing team. But for the patriots there were better records set on Sunday tying the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most Super Bowl wins all time with six Tom Brady also became the winningest player in Super Bowl history. Pats receiver Julian Edelman took home Super Bowl MVP after raking in ten receptions for one hundred and forty one yards the first receiver to win MVP in a decade. Fox's Matt Napolitano who was at the game in Atlanta, a medical school yearbook picture from nineteen Eighty-four has Virginia's governor facing growing calls to resign. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in Washington. Dave the picture of two people one in black face in one and a KKK uniform. Form has Democrats including Virginia's two senators calling route north to resign after I acknowledging the photo governor north reverse course, telling reporters in Richmond by not either of the people in that photo for Virginia. Governor Terry McAuliffe says he believes north will resign. Ralph will do the right thing for the Commonwealth of Virginia. He will put Virginia I do. I shouldn't post reports north and called a meeting with senior staff last night. But he has not made a decision about stepping down. Dave. Rachel five people are dead in your Belinda, California. After a small plane broke apart in mid air. Then crashed debris fell onto a house sparking a fire that killed four people inside the pilot and the plane also died the debris.

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