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05:03 min | 1 year ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Had 502 It is 51 degrees an anthem. Katie are breaking news alert New this morning Senate being equally divided the vice president votes in the affirmative. And the concurrent resolution as amended, is adopted. A marathon session stretching more than 14 hours ended early this morning when the Senate voted 51 to 50 to approve a budget bill. It paves the way for passage of President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package. 88 hours. Jeremy Foster joins us Live with more. Yeah, they call it vote a Rama Jamie. It's ah senators can theoretically offers. Many amendments to the budget resolution of they won. One of the key amendments came as part of a bipartisan effort. Group of senators that would prevent upper income taxpayers from being eligible to receive $1400 Covad relief checks, According to the Washington Post, Arizona Senator's Kiersten Cinema and Mark Kelly supported a Republican amendment to block stimulus checks to illegal immigrants. There's also an effort to prevent a federal minimum wage hike to $15 an hour but again, this is the first step Senate passing a budget resolution early this morning. That gets us a step closer to that. $1.9. Trillion. Joe Biden relief Bill Live in the news center Jeremy Foster Key to our news the way Governor Doug Ducey is spending federal relief funding is being questioned by Arizona's five Democratic U. S representative. Congress members Reuben Kay Diego, Raul, Ger Haba and Kirkpatrick, Tom O'Halloran and Greg Stanton. Want to know why $397 Million of Arizona cares? Act funding was used to offset operational costs that 11 State agencies the state now A budget surplus and more than $950 million in this rainy day fund. The Democrats say that's not what the money was meant for. They believe that should have gone towards schools and housing relief. Deborah Dale Katya our news, Katya, Our eyes on education last week was probably the roughest week I've experienced this Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo of the Tucson Unified School District is mourning. The four staff members who passed away from Cove in 19 last week each to USD Family member Lost Represents Years of Relationships influence love, commitment, passion for $2 and its students. The superintendent points out. The staff members were not working on campus when they were infected. A total of eight staff members from the district have died from the virus Scientist from our state's three public universities are teaming up to detect dangerous Corona virus mutation. They're analyzing test samples to try to find mutations that might make the coronavirus more infectious or more deadly concern. Of course, is you Get one of these mutations that takes hold and there's no vaccine can protect you have a president Robert Robbins warrants. That's what happened with HIV. Several variants of covert 19. Have already been detected in the U. S, including one here in Arizona that concerns they used to President Michael Crow. If we allow this virus to continue to it evolve into the human species that scale we will get mutations for which there is no defense gristle. The city No, Katya, our new state to our eyes and immigration in Arizona Sheriff is sounding the alarm is something happening right now at the border, a lot of dangerous drugs or pouring across law enforcement is responding to overdoses in. Unfortunately, death as a result. Overdosing on fending off heroin, cocaine and meth. Now, Yuma County Sheriff Leon Wilmot tells Arizona's morning news The Mexican cartels have tapped into PF F two, which is an even more toxic form of fentanyl comes out the Booker and he's gonna healthcare workers will be among the first Phoenix Suns fans welcome back in the stands next week. 1500 Healthcare Workers will be in the Phoenix Suns Arena against Boston this Sunday. It will be the first home game with fans since the pandemic shut things down tickets sold. Been up to the general public for Monday's game. So when can you get tickets are six men season ticket members will have the first priority for those tickets? And then after that, whatever is not a lot of you are our season. Ticket holders and purchase will be open up to the open market. And it's just basically first come first serve since President Jason Rally tells him my broom head shell. They will reevaluate how many people are allowed inside as cases trend down nightly alone, Katya your new C T a R news time 507. Loved a traffic. Now as we head live to the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center, and we'll check in with Danny Sullivan. Well, I don't see any major delays this morning, but I do see a couple of accidents on your freeways. One of them is on. I 17 it's north bound approaching McDowell. That's all off to the right hand side of the freeway. No delays. Be careful in the West Valley crash, clearing on the loop on a one of a free of freeway. It's North bound at the all of exit ramp, and that's all off right at an injury accident in Scottsdale. It's on Camelback Road. Just west of Scottsdale Road. The support it's brought to you by Arizona State University with the nation's most innovative university working for you. It's time to look forward to. What's next. Learn more at.

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"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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04:34 min | 2 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And chat show afternoon right to solve this Monica Yuma county sheriff Leon Wilmot is is going to ignore the face coverings in Yuma county welcome why I mean does he have a reason I don't know I look like is people can't breathe with a face mask I looked up Yuma county so what did I say they had three thousand cases and fifty eight deaths something let just it was over three thousand well and that's total right today but tomorrow total so it has its total is about one and a half days here in Maricopa county our let's see we had twenty five hundred new cases today that's all its era zona that is terrorism okay so maybe that's why it is I don't know but are you are we gonna start seen some you know sheriffs and we're gonna start seeing some people say you out well we're just we're we're not seeing anything that I think that the deal is you wearing them in public if you can't social distance in there so many places that you can't social distance and that's why but maybe in Yuma county you don't come across as many people let's talk about daca because that was a huge win for docket kids in the Supreme Court or was it because if you if you go and you know trying to figure out what happened today the supreme court's been really busy transgender and homosexual protection they're protected class now that happened earlier this week and then today what happened with doc in the Supreme Court so the Supreme Court came out and said that to the daca program cannot end it the way that the administration wanted it to end at this time if you remember of the trump administration came out and said that we're doing the wind down essentially of Dhaka right and we're not going to renew certain things and basically it's going to go bye bye and so a lot of people and a lot of groups decided to appeal it ended up going to the Supreme Court the Supreme Court said you can't you can't wind it down you can't end it not because the inside of daca was bad right because it was a legal not the heart of daca it was because you didn't follow the proper procedure so when the department of homeland security and the Attorney General got together and they made the decision to do this and when they put out that decision the Supreme Court says they didn't consider another factor so in other words they didn't take the reliance that all that seven hundred thousand daca recipients had on the program weighed against the policy concerns they didn't do that so they don't follow the proper procedure they didn't take enough into consideration when they decided to wind down daca and that's the problem but here's a here's the rub Gatos is this doesn't mean that this is over right this is just kind of like a pause because if they'd ministration once it could turn around tomorrow and start the investigation again a good start deciding whether it wants to wind down daca and as long as it looks at the reliance issues and all the consequences that are out there reasonable consequences that are out there it might be okay for them to do it so was it really a win for dreamers today I think it was a win in the fact that it gives them more time and it gives them more time to show that they're reliant on the program but most importantly I think it gives Congress and others time to figure out what we can do so that the seven hundred thousand people are not stock yeah I think how many in Arizona I'm I'm not sure I think you said thirty three thirty eight some like that said something like that the thirty thousand okay well I mean the Supreme Court really has been busy and usually are in June okay and Jack justice Roberts has been by leaning towards the liberal judges and driving president trump crazy well you know one thing is when you put someone on the Supreme Court Gedo city you know there are appointed for life yeah they might be your buddy before you put a mom but as soon as there are and they can do their own thing all right coming up next will the Atlanta cop that shot and killed Arbor shard Brooks get the death penalty we're gonna talk about that in a second only tell you about my friends at the loan mortgage team the ready to help you get your home refinanced and right now is the absolute best time to get your home refinanced why interest rates are as low as they've ever been so the corona viruses pushing these mortgage rates down.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Kate guy. Go on the case of a young girl gunned down in her driveway. There are new developments in the case as you heard live on KTAR the twenty year old man police believe shot and killed her as been taken into custody. KTAR's Ali vetnar is live from Phoenix police headquarters with the details. That's right, Bob. Phoenix police confirming twenty real Joshua Gonzales has been arrested in connection to the murder of ten year olds summer melody, bell Brown. She's the girl who was shot and killed in her driveway near thirty ninth avenue and Roosevelt after an apparent road rage incident where her dad cut off the suspect in traffic. So it was critical information from a tip that led us to this person of interest. Where we discover the truck the residents the search warrant discovered the the inside the home and everything else totality of that. In this occasion, gave us probable cause to arrest identify. Josh Gonzales, Phoenix police sergeant Vince Lewis. Confirming the white pick-up truck. The suspect was driving had its tires and rinse changed. Disguising the truck the truck in the twenty year old suspect were located just five miles from the crime scene at his house near sixty seventh avenue in Maryland. He's now booked on one count of first degree murder in three counts of aggravated assault. Live from Phoenix police headquarters vetnar KTAR news on immigration immigration crisis. The border patrol says the rush of Central American migrants to the southern border has reached a breaking point. And now comes another big concern. Yuma county sheriff Leon Wilmot says the heat is coming on the Yuma areas. One of the nation's hottest places in the summer mess. What were.

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"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:56 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You must coming federal agents have begun releasing migrants into the city on their own re recognition heavy sheriff Leon Wilmot has been warning Washington. Politicians we've been ringing this Bill says some Timur last year they ignored it now border patrol agents. Cannot hold the record numbers of Central American families seeking asylum before their court hearings at least a year from now their shelters are full knit large and humanitarian crisis that this is what we're at due to the laws and policies that are in place agent. Justin calendar says border patrol is working with NGOs, Peter say, more KTAR news. This is the last call for officer, Paul Rutherford. Good night, sir. You'll be deeply miss rest in peace frequency clear at fourteen zero seven that sound of the last call for falling. Phoenix police officer, Paul Rufford, the Phoenix police department honor. Heard him today along with his family at Christ Church of the valley in Peoria Rutherford served on the department for twenty three years before being killed in the line of duty last week. They're always very sobering. As much as their powerful in Maricopa County. Sheriff Paul Penzone tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos, the moment that stood out to him. Most from the fallen officers funeral was when his father spoke, although he was speaking of his son. He was speaking to the community. You know, he had woven in a message about what it means to have principles. And to be a servant leader. Penzone says this puts into perspective how grateful we need to be for all those who serve the community KTAR is on the economy. Two point nine percent is how the GDP closed last year despite a slight slowing of economic growth last quarter valley economists Jim round says right now, here's Ona's is in solid shape. He says even if the rest of the nation search to move at downturn. Arizona will come out strong. Now, let's get a check on traffic. I'm only seeing one accident on valley. Roadways accident reported in Chandler on the loop bound wanna one southbound.

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"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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03:07 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"As the president rallied for his border wall and El Paso, they're fully crap where they say it has it made a big deal may have been reached in Washington DC, but we'll President Trump go for it. It includes billions for a barrier, but not a border wall that tentative deal could prevent another government shutdown. Meanwhile, Arizona border sheriffs just met with the president Pinellas county sheriff Mark lamb was among them lamb says he doesn't want to see another partial shutdown but getting it right on border security is extremely important tonight. I hate to see money out of a job, but the president's doing what's right for the American public. Whether they believe it or not, it's it's what we do have issues on the border there. We do need to secure borders. Huma county sheriff Leon Wilmot was also at the meeting. The latest now on the controversial traffic stop involving Glendale police and a man who has taste eleven time Glendale has shown absolutely no interest in trying to resolve this case whatsoever. Mark Victor with attorneys for freedom law firm says the man was also arrested by Glendale PD had an opportunity to resolve it early on. But basically they chose to do nothing mostly ignore us on the case in. So whatever offers we've put out there have been withdrawn earnings representing Johnny wheat crops say he had no illegal drugs or weapons on him during the arrest. Glendale police are now giving what few details they can about the arrest. Lyndale police claimed Johnny wheat crops shorts came off while they struggled with him in a parking lot. During a traffic. Stop week cross claims the body camera. Video shows officers pulled them off and tasers him in his genitals police gave their accounts of events from the video from the officers involved, but they would not grant media interviews, pending ongoing civil litigation Glendale police officer Matthew Schneider had one violation during the encounter and was suspended for three days. Peter say more KTAR news somewhere sound police. Officer Brandon Tatum says there's no reason to taste someone that many times. The thing is appropriate. But once you start to go past the threshold of a use of force. That's not affectively working you'd have to transition to something else. We learned this and academy without giving the officers a pass Tatum told KTAR's MAC and Gaydos, the man who was as Johnny. We'd cropped should have complied with the officers commands from the beginning KTAR is on education, even teachers say four hour blocks of English immersion for non English speaking students is too much a major interruption to the school day. Now the legislature has unanimously passed a Bill at schools decide how long they need that isolates these kids from their peers who are native speakers. I mean think about how you and I learned how to speak English we picked it up from just talking to our piers state Senator Paul Boyer. Also, an eleventh grade teacher says ELL students than fall behind in math and science Rebecca galvastan for children's has Bill give schools more freedom to determine like the blocks. How to structure them appropriately for their kids needs. How to use alternative types of programs such as dual language governor Ducey will now review the Bill..

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm Ashley flood. Here's our top story. We're learning more details about the man accused of sexually assaulting an impregnating. An incapacitated woman at hacienda. Health care. The facility says Nathan Sutherland underwent an extensive background check extending to criminal history as well as a sex offender registry. Before he was hired a CNS says he was cleared for his nursing license in two thousand twelve his license is current and in good standing the facility did terminating his employment as soon as they learned of his involvement in the case Sutherland was suspected to be the nurse of the woman who gave birth to a baby last month. Nyla Leon KTAR news DNA evidence led Phoenix police to the man charged with sexual assault at that facility. Kimberly. Koba? Check is a forensic science professor at ASU and used to work for the department. She tells Arizona's morning news. There have been cases where DNA evidence implicated someone before unusual circumstances were discovered. Such a secondary transfer from one object to another however further investigation and the Justice system took care of that and rectify the wrong in that case Koba check says the crime lab has more work to do to prove their case in court new this morning, DACA recipients can now get their driver's licenses here in Arizona. The department of transportation will now be issuing the licenses to anyone who has employment authorization cards, DACA recipients who are shielded from deportation are typically allowed to work legally in the US. The new decision comes following the end of a lawsuit that prohibited from issuing the driver's license. KTAR is on immigration as the government shutdown heads the thirty four day. Mark an error Zona sheriff has nothing but praise for the men and women defending the border despite not getting paid you mackanty sheriff Leon Wilmot joined Arizona's morning joined Arizona Senator Martha mcsally near a portion of the border where nearly five hundred migrant. Were caught sneaking into the US illegally every.

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04:31 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Jamie west with three things you need to know right now. Phoenix police investigating the discovery of a deceased newborn in a bathroom at an Amazon facility near fifty first avenue and lower Buckeye. We'll have more on this story. Coming up at eight police say remains found by a hiker on this over Peba America for Indian community appear to be those of an elderly man missing. For nearly a decade. Hugh Turner last seen on Christmas Eve twenty ten more winter storms taking aim at Arizona's high country tonight and tomorrow. The national weather service says flagstaff will get about an inch of snow higher elevations of the White Mountains in eastern Arizona could see up to a half a foot. You're never more than fifteen minutes away. From today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. KTAR in-depth. We talk with a US Senator Martha mcsally earlier this morning about the government shutdown which isn't appear to it will end anytime soon at least not until President Trump gets the more than five and a half billion dollars. You once for a wall on our southern border frustrated with is I think most Americans most zones agree that we need border security, and that does include barriers Sonos a little bit about the border. And what's needed is? Yuma county sheriff Leon Wilmot who's the chairman of the southwest border sheriff's coalition sheriff not joins us. Now, you're not Johnny-come-latelies on this issue, by the way, you are just serving your second term as elected sheriff. You started with the Yuma county sheriff's office back in the eighties. Yes, sir. I sure did those uh station here in the Marine Corps and working as a reserve officer went on wasn't performing my duties with the Marine Corps. Gotcha. All right. So do you agree with Martha mcsally that? Are you one of those Arizona's she says believes we need a physical barrier. Well, I will tell you that every sheriff along the border has said that you have to tailor it to geographic needs. And Yuma was a prime example of. Yes, we did need a actual physical barrier to complement the rest of the technical infrastructure technology, boots on the ground to be able to combat the situations that we were dealing with back in two thousand five two thousand six when we were the worst in the nation for local law enforcement. We've seen a ninety one percent reduction in crimes that the transnational criminal element was exploiting because of the poor snus of our border. So it's gotta be. A situation where they're engaged with the local communities and local law enforcement boots on the ground to have an effective resolution to what's needed. And that's what we have always said and the president's standing up for what the boots on the ground of our homeland security partners have said that they need it most particular areas, we're talking with Yuma county sheriff Leon Wilmot what what are the biggest problems. You're seeing now with the border is it is it the drug trade. Is it human trafficking is it is it really a lot of families coming across looking for asylum. What's the biggest issue right now? Well, there's two issues that were facing right now, obviously, the family NS for the immigration side of it for our border patrol in icy are all partners and for us on the local level as well. So sheriff's throughout the United States is the the transnational criminal organizations smuggling these large amounts of hard narcotics into our country. It's a devastating argues us right now. And you know, the one of the biggest problems that we're seeing in our boots on the ground down. Here told us is that, you know, Congress's run on a continuing resolution for the past ten years. And the unfortunate thing is that when when they continue to do this type of activity they've not seen an increase in their operational funding because they never adopted a budget during the last ten years to be able to fun or federal partners adequately to be able to do their job. And unfortunately, they as well. L as sheriffs have testified to congressional leadership for the last ten years on what the needs are. And I think this is what you're seeing is an impasse where they need to actually sit down and do their job adopted budget fix the immigration loopholes that are being exploited, especially when you see that one in nine actually actually have a asylum claim. All right. Appreciate your time. Yuma county sheriff Leon Wilmot joining us on Arizona's morning news. It's time now for.

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"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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02:52 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A tragic story out of the west Bali were deceased newborn has been discovered inside an Amazon facility so many questions this morning after newborn baby was found dead inside a bag in a trash can in a women's restroom at an Amazon warehouse near fifty first avenue and lower Buckeye road. Police out here for hours, they say, they got the call around eight thirty last night first responders showing up, and they say that baby was beyond saving an Amazon spokesperson calling this a terribly sad and tragic incident they say they're working with local authorities to support their investigation. I'm ABC fifteen Johnson VC for KTAR news has the government shutdown drags on valley. Italian restaurant is helping local federal workers affected by the restaurant. Rigatoni is near Warner and McClintock road is giving free meals to anyone who shows a federal ID any item on the menu. We've got a huge menu and full service Italian restaurant. So any meal comes to their pasta salad and bread? And so on and it comes with a. Monocoque beverage owner, Michael per xio. We have decided to be as crazy as the government and go for the distance until you people start getting paid. Again. He says this is only a small way to give back nylon. Leon KTAR news is on immigration, a large group of illegal immigrants has been caught at the southern border hundreds of migrants in border patrol custody after they were discovered by agency New Mexico Wednesday. It was a group of two hundred and forty seven people. They turned himself saying at the end of the world port of entry to border patrol agents out there border patrol agent for the El Paso sector feed El Bacha out of those two hundred and forty seven at least fifty almost immediately request medical. Attention officials say the group included families with small children and teens without a parent or guardian the border patrol says most of the migrants from Central America. Dave Packer, ABC news. Yuma county sheriff Leon Wilmot is scheduled to join Amazon is morning news around seven forty this morning to talk about what he's seeing at the border a deadly harmful and wasteful border wall. That's how Jennifer Johnson with. The southern border communities coalition describes President Trump's border wall. She told the US house natural resources committee yesterday that people who live along the border have already endured hundreds of miles of wall construction. They harm our homes quality of life. Endanger wildlife and the environment reflect a colossal waste of taxpayer dollars. She says Moore border barriers will only make matters worse. Arizona's Latino community is mobilizing to get out the vote well ahead of next year's presidential election. It's not just about promoting Latino candidates. It's about empowering people understanding that they're not giving away their power that they have in their hand by the power level. David adama. With chicanos por LA CASA says, Arizona, Latinos helped elect democratic Senator Kirsten cinema and also re elect Republican governor Doug Ducey because of his good relations with Mexico in twenty twenty Adama expects Latinos to vote for candidates who will fight President Trump and his border wall. It's kind of a slap in.

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04:50 min | 3 years ago

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"Thirteen. Arizona's morning news news flash. I'm Jamie, west with three things you need to know right now to terrorism charges have been filed against a man shot by America county sheriff's sergeant and fountain hills. Eighteen year old is meal. Hamad allegedly provided advice assistance direction or management to ISIS. One of Colorado's ten most wanted has been arrested in the west valley. Goodyear, police nab the Forty-one-year-old robbery and assault. Suspect has been on the run since last April. If you're charged with a misdemeanor in Scottsdale, a new pilot program could allow you to resolve your case without stepping foot in a courtroom with the online dispute resolution project, a prosecutor can send a plea agreement and other documents online, and you can accept or reject it. You're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. KTAR in-depth. We we have quite a show today. A little later on this morning, a newly minted United States Senator Martha mcsally of Arizona will join us a little after six twelve this morning. We'll talk about the shutdown and some other topics around six forty two the former chief of CIA Middle East operations will join us to talk about this story comes from here. This guy apparently the least officials say tried to join ISIS trying to help ISIS out. And then goes to a deputy throws rocks at a deputy sheriff and goes to attack them with a knife. And then and then a little later on this morning about seven forty two. We'll talk with you MacKenzie. Sheriff Leon Wilmot who is chairman of the southwestern border sheriff's coalition. So a lot to do on the show today. But I wanted to talk about hacienda healthcare. I just learned something incredibly fascinating about them. What is not fascinating is how how things got to this point where? Yeah, you you mentioned this, Jamie. The state is saying guess, what you've got a check all your patients, you've got a you've got to provide test to make sure none of you know, any any more of your patients are pregnant we're having TD after this this this essentially comatose woman ended up pregnant and giving birth at the end of the last year. So they've got to do that. And then I just I just saw this easy family dot com. Has a story that says of basically hacienda healthcare is not at risk of losing its state licensed operate because it doesn't have one. It doesn't have a state license. They according to will humble who's the former director of the department of health services. He says most facilities would have a license. That's not the case with this facility. He was surprised he said to find out that hacienda doesn't have a license which is a requirement for most care homes. But here's how they get around. It. He said it specifically exempted by statute. In other words in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven which is when this happened. They they had a law passed this said hacienda healthcare doesn't have to have a state license their special. So. The state of Zona cannot hold that over their heads and say all right if you don't comply with what we're telling you to do we are gonna pull your license. Well, we don't care because we don't have a license. I don't know. If that's if I don't know if that's really effectively changed the way that hacienda healthcare has done business because they don't have a state license, and they're not worried about having a cold or. You know, what's fascinating about it. All is really all they can do is say, we're not going to send you Medicaid patients. We're not going to send you access patients anymore, which would hurt them financially. But that's all that the state of honor can hold over their heads. That's it. They cannot pull away. They don't have a license. I never heard of this before. It is another wrinkle in what is just an unbelievable story of a woman who almost drowned as a toddler and then as an adult. You know in this vegetative state and gets pregnant and gives birth and nobody noticed she was pregnant for nine months and the baby almost died because they didn't realize she was even pregnant here comes the baby. And you got a nurse on nine one one and do just this this. This place is just turning out to be. Well, let's just put it this way. I wouldn't put one of my family members in there. I think that's I think most people probably feel that way at this point right five eighteen KTAR and time once again for another check of traffic.

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The distance for the touchdown pass took a thirty five seven lead at halftime hung on to beat the chargers. Forty one twenty eight on CBS New England place Kansas City next in the NBA the league leading Toronto Raptors won their fifth straight beating Washington the defending champion. Golden State Warriors won their fourth in a row topping Dallas. While in college ball second ranked Michigan state undefeated beating north western. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. Securing America, President Trump's addressing the nation tonight about border security over the weekend. He said he might declare a national emergency Democrats like New York. Congressman Jerry Nadler says if he does that he better not try to build a border wall who would certainly oppose any attempt by the president to make himself a king and a tyrant by saying that he can appropriate money without congress. He was among Democrats like congresswoman social Torres small who went to Alamogordo New Mexico Monday to investigate the deaths of two Guatemalan children. They were in customs and border protection custody. We've seen some improvements, but we still need to have medical equipment in all of our facilities in the most rural reaches of the border. Leon Wilmot is the sheriff in Yuma county, Arizona, congress needs to get politics out of public safety period. He said he's glad President Trump is headed to the Texas border Thursday to engage with the border patrol. Jessica rosenthal. Fox news. From Compass media networks this America. First news this morning with your host, Gordon Deal. Waiting for power. Good morning. I'm Gordon Deal along with Jennifer Kushinka on this Monday, January.

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03:09 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Org. Securing America, President Trump's addressing the nation tonight about border security over the weekend. He said he might declare a national emergency Democrats like New York. Congressman Jerry Nadler says if he does that he better not try to build a border wall would certainly oppose any attempt by the president to make himself a king and a tyrant by saying that he can appropriate money without congress. He was among Democrats like congresswoman social Torres small who went to Alamogordo New Mexico Monday to investigate the deaths of two Guatemalan children. They were in customs and border protection custody. We've seen some improvements, but we still need to have medical equipment in all of our facilities in the most rural reaches of the border. Leon Wilmot is the sheriff in Yuma county Zona congress needs to get politics out of public safety period. He said he's glad President Trump is headed to the Texas border Thursday to engage with the border patrol. Jessica rosenthal. Fox news. This is Paul Perry with Fox News director of polling. Dana blending several hot survey nuggets this week. I Mitt Romney the former GOP presidential candidate and newly-installed Utah Senator made headlines with an op-ed critical of President Trump that should please. Most of his constituents are Fox News voter analysis shows about two thirds of Utah voters sixty three percent want. Romney to stand up to the president. Next house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi has the gavel again, more voters view her negatively than positively still she's more popular than her peers thirty six percent have a favorable opinion, upholstery. It's twenty eight percent for both Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer now one from the archive in August twenty seventeen must than one voter in five supported both border wall and a government shutdown to pressure congress to fund it. And at that time, a forty one percent minority of Trump voters favored both the wall and the shutdown to get it. I'm Dana Blanton. And that's your potpourri. Take a pause in Avon park, Florida police arresting an animal shelter, volunteer whose home was reportedly packed with seventy two dogs and cats some of them dead. Do you could tell how much they wanted to get out of there at Scott trestle with the highlands county. Sheriff's office says the homeowner was genus loughry and just got out of control. And I think he got out of control a while ago. And in fact, she's a volunteer for an animal rescue. She had people. She fall she's facing jail time. Many of the animals to be put up for adoption in damn berry. Connecticut civilians and firefighters rushing to rescue eighty six puppies in a pet shop near a warehouse. Fire people breaking down the shop door to get to those pups while firefighters tackled the blaze guys stand berry mayor marked out in getting the seen on video who's folks out here all came out to help the puppies the dogs, and it's just it's a great story. Local media report, the pups are fine. Take pause till NATO. Fox news. You don't see as well as you used to. And it's getting worse. You're not sure where to turn for support wondering, what's.

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"leon wilmot" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Tonight about border security over the weekend. He said he might declare a national emergency Democrats like New York. Congressman Jerry Nadler says if he does that he better not try to build a border wall would certainly oppose any attempt by the president to make himself a king and a tyrant by saying that he can appropriate money without congress. He was among Democrats like congresswoman social Torres small who went to Alamogordo New Mexico Monday to investigate the deaths of two Guatemalan children. They were in customs and border protection custody. We've seen some improvements, but we still need to have medical equipment in all of our facilities in the most rural reaches of the border. Leon Wilmot is the sheriff in Yuma county, Arizona, congress needs to get politics out of public safety period. He said he's glad President Trump is headed to the Texas border Thursday to engage with the border patrol. Jessica rosenthal. Funks news. Join him. Future. Same happiness. Future. Percy's? Screens. Thank you. Amount.

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"leon wilmot" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"You are listening to the conservative circus. I am your ringmaster. James? We're at a stalemate in Washington DC, you have the Republicans and the president who says he wants to a wall, you have the Democrats even earlier last year voted for of for for border fencing is that a problem here. So that's semantics I may was really really going on earlier today. I spoke with the sheriff Wilmot that full interview is up on the podcasts. But why is it when we have both houses of congress? Will we have Democrats who have voted for this in the past? We have Republicans. We have a President Trump who campaigned on this. Why are we at this stalemate? So I have to ask you in your opinion. What is the reason for congress trepidation? About the wall about border security. Politics. That simple. The politics is politics because I will tell you that the the wall defense, whatever you wanna call it the barrier. That was put into place here in back in two thousand and five was led by many of the same individuals that you see on television today saying that it's made up crisis. It's not a major crisis. We see it each and every day, and that's one of the problems at the border. Sheriffs have been saying for a long long time. It was like we're not being engaged by congress. None of these individuals that are standing up there saying, this is a made up crisis in your numbers are wrong are the ones that are down here on a beat that are having to pick up that dead body or handle that female that was raped when she was brought across the border illegally or deal with the child has been molested along the way, they're not the ones that have to deal with this each and every day, and I will tell you what amazes me. And I've talked to some federal officers that have worked in Central America. Do you know, the even though some of these Central American countries as corrupt as they are in their government? They still pay their employees even through all that corruption. That was told me about one of the federal federal officers because he he's seen it. He's lived it. And it's like, wow. That's kind of a kind of a a quote there that kind of rings in your hand is like even in a corrupt country at least they pay their employees for doing their job. And and the shame of it is that each and every time that we've marched congress through many, many years and and different administrations. They've always said the same statement is let's open government, and then we'll deal with border security Asian every time go back and watch it. And as frustrating to us is working on the front lines to see this. And then they don't do nothing. Wait till the end up with this situation again, and now is our individual boots on the ground. That are the ones that are getting paid. And you know, the one thing that was missing from the president's speech last night was the fact that he needed a thank those dedicated men and women that are working there and ice in customs and border protection and TSA for still coming into work each and every day because they believe in what they are doing, and that's protecting our country from this transnational criminal activity. That's going on to to allow this to still occur over what they're looking at. It's criminal. Just see. What's happened? It is criminal is nonsense. That was Yuma county. Sheriff Leon Wilmot was on earlier in the show. You can catch the podcast by downloading our free. Iheart radio app. How ludicrous is even Rachel Maddow. Even Rachel Maddow understands. How important it is for a country to build a wall? When.

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"leon wilmot" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

11:59 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Democrats and the press a fond of saying there's no crisis at the border. Well, the we talked to someone who should know. Two. James? At twenty fifteen Fox News came out with an article about Yuma and their border fits said it works you offensive manpower make border nearly impenetrable that was then now, according to the Arizona Republic Yuma is the second busiest smuggling route as numbers of migrant families are coming over the border. We need to get to the bottom of what is going on in southern Arizona too. I have reached out to Yuma county. Sheriff Leon Wilmot sheriff will the welcome to the center ring of the conservative circus. Well, good good afternoon. How are ya? Van tastic? You know, I'm sure you had an opportunity to catch the present the president's address to the nation last night. Do you agree with the president? Is there a crisis on the border? I will tell you that being engaged with our federal partners there. There's absolutely according to them a crisis that they are being faced with right now. And it's it's grown throughout the. The whole country basically because of the situation that we're in. If you look at the fact that year before lesser eighty thousand family innocent came across the border last year was one hundred forty thousand family units with another hundred thousand unaccompanied minors that were apprehended by our federal partners just that period of time, and they're only allowed about fourteen days to actually prostheses individuals. Now, it's come to impasse, especially for for us in the border areas where because of the vast amounts of these family in is coming across claiming either refugee status or asylum. It's overloading they're they're holding facilities. They don't have the capability to be able to handle that type of amount of folks, especially when you're considering that you're dealing with either unaccompanied minors or females with children. So. They're unfortunate thing is they relied heavily on the non governmental organizations to help them with when they were done processing these folks to try to meet that fourteen day deadline that they were relying on the NGOs to pick. These folks up give them place to stay feed them, and then get them on a bus or airplane to their final destination, which typically is San Diego, the Carolinas Florida. So it's coming to an impasse where the NGOs are being maxed out on their their abilities to be able to handle this influx. Even the transportation. Entities that were used in most cases was greyhound when I talked to our federal partners. They were to the point where they didn't have enough bus drivers to be able to handle the family NS that needed to get rides across the the US and on top of that the the biggest concern that they have is that are, you know? Obviously, this criminal element and the cartels and transnational criminal organisations are exploiting this whole situation because bottom line is anybody coming across the country and Mexico has to deal with the cartels. No, FM's or buts about it. And they're paying these cartels anywhere from five to seven thousand dollars AP's to be smuggled to the international boundary and then over into the United States. So this is a money making venture for that transnational criminal organization that were battling number two is border patrols finding that a number of these females and children are being sexually abused abused. Or in this trick that they're taking up through the border to get up here. And now, we're stuck with the fact that the federal court system right now is so backlogged last I got before this complex was close to eight hundred thousand individuals are in. In the system now that are pending their court hearing in regard to their asylum or refugee claim so and that process takes roughly three years to go through. So these individuals are given a promise to appear when they get to wherever they're going. They're released into another community somewhere in the United States. There's supposed to be wearing an ankle bracelet. But bottom line is a federal government only has thirty six thousand ankle bracelets. They're not able to handle what they gotta just last year alone. And for the most part ISIS finding out that they're getting to these destinations in the United States, cutting that ankle bracelet off throwing away their their court, paperwork and disappearing into society. Describing is absolutely absolutely amazing us sheriff. I mean, listen in the past has been held out as proof that the wall works. Can you tell us about that wall in that sector, a what does work, and and if it is how are we getting so much criminality and and smuggling going across the border. Well, I will tell you back in two thousand five two thousand six we were the worst in the nation in regards to the illegal immigration crisis as well as the criminal activity. That's for for the most part always follows this type of activity, and we only had five to six miles of actual fencing or infrastructure in place to to stop what we were experiencing, and I will tell you that it was it was a drain on local law enforcement because of the criminal cartels would smuggle. These folks across the river, another criminal element would follow that. And they would rape the females. They would rob them of their money and the federal government does not handle those cases. And in some cases, when they're being smuggled to the desert, they were left to die, and we were dealing with stolen vehicles. We were dealing with stolen tractors from our farm fields. And you talk to our farmers down here. I mean Yuma lettuce. Capital of the world, roughly a four billion dollar industry and insurance companies were looking at drop in our farmers from their insurance because the amount of tractors that they were losing their were being stolen and taken back into Mexico. So every sharp along the borders said that you need to tailor border security to that geographic area, and that and what is needed to be able to combat what we were dealing with. So the rapes robberies the homicides, the deaths in the desert were all a significant impact on local law enforcement because we are the ones that have to take those calls, and those cases, and I think the last number that I looked at backing all five we had roughly eleven hundred pursuits just in two thousand and five in regards to local drug smugglers and illegal alien smugglers getting involved with pursuits with local law enforcement, just hearing Yuma county, and that was almost a daily thing with the robberies too because it's not just one. Ersan getting robbed it was a group of fifteen to twenty. So that's a taxation on our local resources, we all sat together combined all of our resources as well as worked with congress to be able to have a positive impact to deter that criminal element. Now when you look at border security, you gotta have all three components in place. You're going to have the boots on the ground. You're going to have that tactical infrastructure. No matter what it is. Whether it's sensors cameras fencing, you gotta tailor it to that area. But you also have to have that prosecutorial side of it as well. And that's was asking for the president was asking for all three of those things you put it up as part of what you wanted for border wall security. We have Huma county sheriff a little innocent to ring of the conservative circus. You have more than fact, check the president's information last night. So I have to ask you in your opinion. What is the reason for Congress's trepidation about the wall? About border security. Politics. That's the politics is politics because I will tell you that the the wall defense, whatever you wanna call it the barrier. That was put into place back in two thousand and five was led by many of the same individuals that you see on television today saying that it's made up crisis. It's not a made up crisis. We see it each and every day, and that's one of the problems at the border. Shares have been saying for a long long time is like we're not being engaged by congress. None of these individuals that are standing up there saying, this is a made up crisis in your numbers are wrong are the ones that are down here on a beat that are having to pick up that dead body or handle that female that was raped when she was brought across the border illegally or deal with the child has been molested along the way, they're not the ones that have to deal with this each and every day, and I will tell you what amazes me. And I've talked to some federal officers that have worked in Central America. Do you know, the even though some of these Central American countries as corrupt is they are in their government. They still pay their employees even through all that corruption. Now that was told me about one of the federal federal officers because he he's seen it. He's lived it. And it's like, wow. That's kind of a kind of a a quote there that kind of rings in your hand. It's like even in a corrupt country at least they pay their employees for doing their job. And the shame of it is that each and every time that we've watched congress through many, many years and different administrations. They've always said this same statement is let's open government, and then we'll deal with border security each and every time go back and watch it and as frustrating to us is working on the front lines to see this. And then they don't do nothing. And then they wait till the end up with this situation again, and now is our individual boots on the ground. Then are the ones that aren't getting paid. And you know, the one thing that was missing from the the the president's speech last night was the fact that he needed a thank those dedicated men and women that are working there and ice in customs and border protection and TSA for still coming into work each and every day because they believe in what they are doing, and that's protecting our country from this transnational criminal activity. That's going on to to allow this to still occur over what they're looking at it. It's criminal. Just see. What's happened? Sheriff a Wilmot great great observations again, we don't see people like this on CNN. We don't see people like this on MSNBC because the left has no interest in speaking to experts. They just don't what they're interested in is propagating their lives continuing to spread their lies. You just heard from an expert a what is going on on the border. I wanna remind you once again for the Democrats, and what the what the media folks are saying about the president's comments in light of the Serras comments. We'll do that at four sorry at.

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"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on KTRH

"News Radio seven forty church. The big news. The day course presidential address coming up tonight. We'll get to that in a second border trip. Coming earlier in the day today. The sheriff of Yuma, Arizona. See border patrol the very supportive of what the president is trying to do. Same thing with those who have to deal with us along the border like this guy Yuma. Arizona sheriff Leon Wilmot. Here's what he said about the president's visit down on the border. Sheriffs are engaged with our federal partners on a daily basis. And it's nice to see that the president's gonna actually go down to the border and being gauge with the boots on the ground. I will tell you that the congress needs to get politics out of public safety period. They're they're creating a problem that is costing us more than what our border patrol and homeland security experts are asking for as far as the dollars to be able to do their job. The sad situation is that as long as they continued but politics in front of public safety, the cartels are gonna continue to exploiting these individuals and the whole system there's no reason for the cartels even smuggle drugs right now because they don't have to worry about investing any money into cross. No. I mean, if if if they really care about these illegals trying to make their way here about trying to help prevent them from becoming victims of drug cartels. Why isn't that why isn't that a concern? Now, it's not my job to help Democrats with any kind of an argument. But I think if it were me there's not a whole they want equal time tonight. So they can refute whatever President Trump has to say about the border national security. I think that would be the wrong tack. They should just take a page out of my cousin Vinny and leave it at this. Within a guide you says book. Just do that drop the mic and walk away. People will judge for themselves. No matter what sixty one time for traffic and weather together. Let's get you up to date on the drive.

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"leon wilmot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Pensions and benefits those underfunded liabilities without using general revenue that would free up that money that could then go into public education. So it's another way to to make money off of money to pay for seeing step free up GR to be used in other ways general revenue that state Representative Donna Howard of the Austin area. We also asked her about the possibilities, or at least the increase talk of while possible using a state income tax to fund public education. Her answer to that coming up at six o five when the Totta Don she'll begins right now, it is five fifty three. Securing America, President Trump's addressing the nation tonight about border security over the weekend. He said he might declare a national emergency Democrats like New York. Congressman Jerry Nadler says if he does not he better not try to build a border wall would certainly oppose any attempt by the president to make himself a king, and it's higher end by saying that he can appropriate money without congress. He was among Democrats like congresswoman social Torres small who went to Alamogordo New Mexico Monday to investigate the deaths of two Guatemalan children. They were in customs and border protection custody. We've seen some improvements, but we still need to have medical equipment in all of our facilities in the most rural reaches of the border. Leon Wilmot is the sheriff in Yuma county, Arizona, congress needs to get politics out of public safety period. He said he's glad President Trump is headed to the Texas border Thursday to engage with.

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"leon wilmot" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"leon wilmot" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Ash, five thirty five twenty seven minutes after the hour time for the KFYI. Download with Craig Martin governor Doug Ducey is heading into his second term with the state's largest budget surplus and more than a decade in his inauguration speech today at the state capital Ducey, promise fiscal responsibility when it comes to spending. We're going to fulfill teacher pay raises, and we're going to be better prepared for the next downturn. So it doesn't become a calamity Ducey was above six newly-elected. State officials sworn into office today, he was joined by attorney general Mark Bernie secretary of state Katie Hobbs superintendent of public instruction, Kathy Hoffman treasurer, Kimberly and mine inspector Joe Hart. President Trump is set to address the nation tomorrow night on what he says is a national security crisis at the southern border speech will begin at seven pm the president will then travel to the border near mcallen, Texas. This on Thursday to beat with national security. Officials. Leon Wilmot is the Yuma Arizona county sheriff and he appeared on your world with Neil Cavuto down on the border. Sheriffs are engaged with our federal partners on a daily basis. And it's nice to see that the president's can actually go down to the border and being with the boots on the ground. I will tell you that the the congress needs to get politics out of public safety period. The government remains partially shuttered due to an impasse between congress and Trump over border wall funding, hundreds of thousands of federal workers are going without pay as the shutdown enters week three. Jake. The snake is heading to the college football hall of fame before quarterback. Jake Plummer has been named the class of twenty nineteen the he'll be joined by another inductee with ASU ties. Dennis Erickson, coach the sun devils from two thousand six to two thousand eleven even though those were hardly his hall of fame worthy years in all thirteen players to coaches are being. -ducted this year. KFYI covers the valley with eastside. Westside traffic. Here's leap alad. Steve Trela current just taking a look at the superstition freeway. Looks like eastbound.

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