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"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

04:55 min | 2 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Trier Spinning. Sam, Schreier spinning the hits the Republican convention has kicked off that will be every night through Thursday. Tonight one of trump's on speaks tomorrow night the other trump son speaks. Here's the thing I I don't like the Sun's they I they strike me as idiots I. Forgive me I'm on the I'm on the trump train. Now I like the daughter I. Liked it. Actually the daughter is smart and you're saying, don't say anything I also think Kushner is smart i. like him a lot. I think the Suns are idiots though debated this be honest with you so. but anyway, it'll. It'll be some watch. Maybe I here's here's how the Democratic National Convention went for me. It was like you know I could stop and watch this or I could go to bed. So I went to bed. And you know maybe the next morning I listen on the way in or something like that. You know little on the off the IHEART deal and maybe I'll stay up and watch their Republicans but I do like getting a good night's sleep. Is that bad. Is that bad? I won't even stay at my for my own party I'll catch don sure. I'll I'll pick and choose which ones I like At least a fantasy is going to speak to night the member congressman by watertown listen and see what she's got to say, John Glad you called up buddy. Welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Bob Dornan. Andy close down more bars and restaurants over the weekend and people die from the Chinese virus. That's that's number one. and. We can call them all you want and everything else and that you know hopefully it has an impact, but I think if people would get together. And stage a national walkout day and I'm talking truck drivers everybody to back up the little guy because this is affecting everybody farmers to restaurant workers to casino. Workers. Restaurants operating a fifty percent. I mean, you need national walkout other than hospitals and doctors office in my opinion. I don't know if I'd go national I would go state wide, but the deal is people won't do it because he has them so frightened. The he the the. Victim Against. Against businesses that have done stuff in on bars drinker, but it is astounding. How hard he's making it for bars to succeed. The whole music thing there can be no advertising there could be no ticketing. He can't have any no pool no Karaoke no plan cornhole no dancing you cancer of alcohol unless you're also serving food is just preposterous and again we are at background levels for the covert and and here's the deal when I. He put the chain around your neck. It was He said because we've got to stop. We've got to stop it now. And now that it's stopped and largely gone right now it is. We've got to be got to be prepared when it's GONNA come back. It's GONNA come back. We've got to be prepared for when it comes back. So now the boogeyman down the road, you can't live the way you want to right now because he's telling you about the boogeyman down the road. And he's got all his here's the thing I and to be honest with you. The Evening News I is is just a reinforcer of this and I I mean at network evening news. Just, a reinforcer of this I I'm watching it last night and I just him. So exasperated it. They don't tell you that in the areas where the surge resurgence came about California Texas and Florida all of those states are on a two week significant decline of new cases that's not come up. You check out CDC has all graph chart that'll show you then, but you just want to say watching the end of the world and all this. Bad, stuff they're doing you just want to say you know what can you sign a waiver I will take none of your. PCP. E I don't want any of your healthcare I you know. I know you hate me anyway I just don't want it. Let me frigging live alone and if high survive the covert great if I die I guess that's on me but get the frig off my back news with Todd holiday. Then you on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Have you inherited luxury items like heirloom jewelry, Diamond Rings, golder coins that you want to sell if so call Samuelsson's to schedule your one on one consultation. Samuelsson's understands that choosing to sell your items as a personal choice they provide a safe private and clean environment to meet with you evaluate your items and with the price of gold and other precious metals at an all time high now is the time to sell Paul Samuelson today at three, oh one, two, three, four, seven, zero, two, five, or visit samuelsen's buyers dot com Samuelsen's sell with competence..

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"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Can go through that same screening procedure whatever else like that, and it can be safe with them to this is unnecessary torture and Andrew Cuomo behind it. Here's what I'd like to suggest you do. Call up his office I'll give you the phone number two moment and and tell him that you would like that you are unhappy with the inability of most people to visit their relatives, the nursing homes, and you would like him to change his twenty eight day ban on visits. After Cova Test, you'd like that to go away the here's the Centers for disease. Control has a maximum recommendation in circulation situations like that of fourteen days he's doubled it. Just say you'd like that twenty eight day thing waived that you are not happy with the ability of people to visit other loved ones are nursing homes. I can't tell you how many people will be grateful to you. If we could move this little, here's the governor's office number. It's five, one eight. Four, seven, four, eighty, three, ninety, four, seven, four, eighty, three, ninety, they take calls from nine to five. If five, one, eight, four, seven, four, eighty, three, ninety. If you go to my facebook page Bob Berry or am I twitter account at Bob Lyons Berry I've got that number there and The little 'cause were trying to move along today. This shooting, the homicide last night genesee valley. Park, man, you've heard the stories by ten o'clock in the night fellow probably around thirty or so a shot in the upper body. He's there at the pavilion. and. He's in a very acute stage. They try to get him out in the car they being you know, maybe friends or relatives I don't know but the people there tried to get him out in car but but but here's the deal. There were hundreds of people at Genesee Valley Park. I mean, I know there's a ban on gathering of less than fifty of fifty people are more but that only applies to you. Okay. Not to stuff like this. You understand it that that's yes. It you any more than fifty and you you're GONNA be in trouble but but not not these people five th there it's not your business. So anyway. they there are many cars there. So many people were there that was a big giant traffic jam police had a tough time getting in ambulance ask tough time getting in ultimately ambulance got to the man took him to the hospital and Sadly, he was deceased shortly thereafter but again, I, just want to point out hundreds of people were gathered there. And Somehow. Nobody knew right. somehow nobody knew. and. I just want to point out that this over the weekend. The state of New York went to court to get a restraining order against a family that was going to hold a wedding where at one hundred, seventy five people were believed to be in attendance, right? I mean a court a sad district in. Albany behalf of you know we spoke to the folks over in can't I? Think it was golf course a court said you can't. You can't do it but the state said we'll go to a different court. And so the state of New York just think about this for a second. This is the same governor who last week said you can't dance at weddings if if it's a facility or if there's a caterer who has a liquor license, right? Not Dan the bride and groom can't dance. Okay. a couple of hours. Later they're going after the hotel screwing each other's brains out but they cannot dance at their own wedding because that would spread Cova. That's Andrew Cuomo. Also the state of New York when after a fan, the a man woman. To families, they want to wedding. You know again like weddings, the those used to be good things in our society. They're going to have one, hundred, seventy, five people there. The State of New York using your tax dollars went to court to get an injunction to tell them. They could not have their wedding. Right, that's Andrew Cuomo. Tell to people they cannot get married. Will they do it in secret? Will they have to jump over a stick when Sunday night he's looking? Is that how it will be? Is going to Georgia and the eighteen fifties is worth thinking now. Andy. But he went to court and happy. So so that wedding for this weekend. By a action of the state of New York was shut down. Again, the same weekend that hundreds gathered at. Genesee Valley Park. Nobody pays them any mind. And got shot dead. Right but we shutdown that wedding because don't you dare don't you dare stand up against this governor don't you dare think the your interests or your rights in any way? Rival his authority and power. Don't you dare question his Authority Right Cartman. Don't you dare. That's your governor friends. His phone number is five, one, eight, four, seven, four, eighty, three, ninety everybody's afraid to say anything because he's a vengeful sob. Right Five. One, eight, four, seven, four, hundred, ninety That's That's that's Andy's office. We'll be back with you in a moment on Newsradio wham eleven eighty..

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"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:02 min | 2 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Laws Bury starts now on newsradio of eighty. Thank you very much. I appreciate that Good Morning Americans in hello my friend. It's always a delight to be here with you also delight to welcome chief Deputy Liberty County, Sheriff's Office Dan Rittenhouse Sir good. Morning welcome to the broadcast. Thanks. Thanks for having me. We appreciate your time chief. You guys had a your agency covered a crime at a church over the weekend sir? Yes. Yesterday morning on. Sunday. What happened please well, is. You know early in the act of investigations preliminary everything we have now but would appear that We had some someone or some people break into the Lima Presbyterian church on West Main Street in Lima and started a fire inside the church. Speaking the chief deputy Dan Rittenhouse Livingston County. Sheriff's Office. WHAT WH-? Where's the fire? What did they burn please? Well what they burnt was They started a Bible on fire and and then there was some other additional. Damage done to a pew as well as the floor area right near where the Bible start on fire. The feeling pastor I think post on facebook that it was the Altar Bible and. Now sin do we know was accelerate or something used sir? It's all preliminary right now hard to talk on that we have act investigation going on right now with you know with the case so it's hard to to get into the details of the case but You know. That's what we have so far. We have a Bible that was started on fire and Luckily, it didn't take off and the fire department was able to. Clear the building of the smoke and. So. I really don't want to talk about you accelerator was the was the. Was the you mentioned that it that the appeal is also damaged. A piece of floor was the Bible moved to the Pew Sir or was it up at the altar whereas the Bible when burnt place? Well it was near the Pew. But again, it was moved from the area where it was originally at. But you know I don't want to really get into a lot of the specifics. At this point we do have active investigation going on we're checking the area video. We ask if anyone had seen anyone in the area to please you know contact our sheriff's office at five, eight, five, two, four, three, seventy, one, hundred we took the call. At about nine o'clock in the morning we do believe that sometime overnight was when the fire was we're not one hundred percent. Sure exactly. The timeframe could have even been the evening before So if anyone's seen anyone any anyone in the area that church you know, please reach out to us and We'll get them in contact with the time investigators and You know try to see if we can bring some resolve to this case. Is His chief deputy Dan Rittenhouse Listen County sheriff's Office did you mention the Fire Department came in dissipated smoke? was there was there still smoke in the building the yesterday morning at nine when they when they showed up sir? Yes. Yes. It was still filled with inside the building so that we have heavy damage smoke damage to the to the building but yeah, there was still smoke in the building at that time. that. Helps pinpoint time any right small I don't know how fast smoke dissipates on its own. Yeah and when you get things for smoldering is just gonNA continue to smoke so You know wh what sort of. Dan How's the chief Deputy Winston County Sheriff's office? What What what crime would this be? Well. You can look at If you start something on fire, you have nursing charge they're in a you know obviously with the burning of the Bible you've got criminal mischief, which is destroying property of another as well as if you entered into a building with intent to commit a crime there and you've got a burglary so but again, we don't know this time you know active investigation we don't know if we are if it's Somebody WHO's trying to make a statement against the church? We don't know if it was kids that were in there and you know cause a little mischief and maybe didn't realize what they were getting themselves into. We really don't know. But again, it's back to if you have any information on this or you know anything, you know give us a call again were tip lines a the we tip line is one, eight, four, four LCS. Oh Tip. Again. One eight four four L CSL tip as well as the five, eighty, five to four, three, seventy, one, eight, hundred number, which is the number to the sheriff's Office So we're. We're looking at everything. We had our forensic investigation unit up there and You know photo the whole thing, and we're just trying to piece it back together to figure out why someone would go into this church and start a fire lives in county chief deputy an rittenhouse could the smoke damage raise it to a felony level crimes Sir Well. Just entering into the building a felony level. So if it's a locked building going in so You know I mean. But again, we'd like to know what their intent was. Was it just someone playing with an accidentally started you know or was it someone who is trying to make a statement that we don't know we'd like to get to the bottom of it we'd like to. Try to bring some resolve to the people of Lima and all the people the prisoners go to that church You know they wake up on Sunday morning they WANNA, go to church and. And pray and all that and next thing you know they they show up and they're not allowed into their church so. Visit Lima Presbyterian church listener is there is there any possibility may get motive whatever but could this be a hate crime? Well again, that's all going to be something that'll be developed through the investigation and then you gotta look to see what their motive wasn't at this point where we can't give a clear motive. So it's hard to say whether it would be a hate crime or not, but it very well could be if they were you know out to do something against the church against for religious reasons. The it could very well raised of that and no cameras inside the church there direct standing anything else on this we had no or anything else going on in the county. I know this is something that you know hits home to everyone, and again, if anyone has any information this, please reach out to us and we'll have someone swing by. Talk with your you can leave an anonymous tip on the eight, four, four elsia. So tip line and standing here geno question, and then you may or may not know and is maybe for the other side of the house but with the whole covert thing, what's what's visiting like at the Livingston County jail now sir. It is the house I do believe non contact visits are open Contact visits I do believe or not. But again, now, my area that would be chief Deputy Jeff, Ham of the corrections, Correctional Bureau but I do believe it's just non contact because it's the same standing. Sir Appreciate all the deputies you lead doing. Thanks for visiting with stay we appreciate it. Thank you. Thanks for all you do you Betcha it's my honor chief deputy Dan Rittenhouse of the Louis. County sheriff's office have achieved chief deputy in charge of the day all jail and a a chief deputy in charge. What many would call a row patrol So again. That's Lima. Presbyterian church the and this is what I get from facebook. Let me see if the man wrote me back a message here the pastor fellow no there but there is a fill in pastor who went in yesterday a gentleman who I think is retired from her may work at a Presbyterian church in Monroe County I don't WanNa identify him without a permission, but he went down. To to the to lead these people in in in worship, I went down there for church and as they went into the building Lima Presbyterian they which is I looking at the picture on facebook I and I apologize I cannot picture this in my head from being down there but it's a beautiful.

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"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:18 min | 2 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"God bless them. Let that go forward and give people a good time. The naming of the airport Frederick Douglass is, of course, an appropriate action the. Like fly in the ointment is that for I literally years and years they've been people saying we ought to name the airport after Frederick Godless. We ought to name the airport after Frederick Douglass and nobody does anything until there's a riot which makes it looked like it was the riot that got the airport named after Frederick Douglass, which it was the riot they got the airport named after Frederick Douglass but Frederick Douglass is worthy of having the airport named after him even without the riot. So you know it but we're getting to the right place. So that's a good. an issue I think that we all ought to try to. Raise some stink. About is the continued fact that the American flag is flying at. Half Staff. Never, in American history has the a flag flown as long at half staff as it is currently doing in the state of New York four times longer than any account I can ever find it is by the order of Andrew. CUOMO. It is an order which is at odds with a flag tradition, which says that it may be Lord for a period of thirty days to honor the death of a united. States an end for a shorter periods for other individuals. There is no in perpetuity there is no indefinite it's never been done this governor care. So little it seems about our flag in the country represents that he just soon keep it down. To me every time I see it, and this is more reflection probably a me and I'm a jerk or something like that. But every time I see that flag at half staff I, just WanNa f you old Andy Cuomo because I feel like he's disrespecting our flag and those of us who truly care about it right? He's ordered the flag to me in new. York and we're going into the fourth month of doing at it's been since April eight so I am hoping. Listen if you're a town supervisor if you're a county sheriff, if you are a the, you know the county manager Chairman of the Board of supervisors or if you're a county executive Mr Bello. Walk out the front door. Untie the rope, raise it to the top of the pole tie the rope up just your hands off and go back inside. Why not? You know I I I, I admire Sheriff Baxter I. Haven't I. Drove by Season I. Think yesterday I know if I looked looked over but like for example, at the public safety. Training facility out there across the airport it probably has a flagpole. Right? Is that flag flying at the top of the staff if not why not if you are the supervisor of a town or the mayor of a village or something like that if you're the superintendent of a school if your flag is not flying at the top of the plague Paul? Why not? And where where's The governor said his thing. The governor said his thing but I reject his authority to command you in this regard I reject his authority to inflict this insult upon our flag where's your backbone Mr Mayor Mr Sheriff Mr Supervisor Mr Superintendent. You walk out front or Ms. of course you go out there and you raise the flag let the flag hi, fly high or your area of stewardship if he wants to send the troopers National Guard out here to lower it again let's do. So he doesn't care about the flag as evidenced by the fact he's not mentioned it again since April eighth. But you do and we do. And it matters. It matters. It is stopped being some sign of honor respected has started being a sign of disrespect to the flag itself. Lorraine? I'm glad you call Ma'am welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Hi, good morning to you as well. I just wanted to say got a brand new gorgeous flag beautiful from Valley Forge. Just got it. I'M GONNA go out today I'm GonNa? Put. Up. Standing. Because it's a beautiful slack. Outstanding. I'm going to get my mitts on one of those thin blue, right. Back police officers and first responders that'd be awful. Nice. As. Well. That'd be awful. Nice. Thank you Lorraine Real Quick Valley Forge and I need to stop religion on loosen half a moment. But down at Groveland there was this thing called the Grove Groveland Amber Skate during the Revolutionary War when Solomon was up here and it was at at trying to break the back of a Senecas who were supplying. And fighting for the British in the Revolutionary War he came up to to to break the SENECAS. There at the Grove One ambu ambitious Gade, a group of American soldiers were ambushed name suggests and they were killed summer buried under all buried probably over it. Mount Hope Cemetery now. But the deal is that the best I can put together most if not all of those men who were killed at Grove land or at a little beard's time where collar villa's now the horrible torture deaths of Boyd and Parker. though those were all revolutionary soldiers who had been with Washington at Valley forge right so we Kinda we written these people off. We don't pay attention to them. We think while they were fighting the Indians so they must've been bad guys. We forget that they were America's defenders they were establishing our liberty they're engaged in creating this country and they had been there and done that and I think we've gotten obligation to keep faith with them and recognize that they are American heroes in spite of contemporary political correctness time. For listeners on the loose to two to eleven eighty, get fifteen seconds and fifty thousand watts and listen if you listen to me. 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I said not the Moron thing but I said that executive orders were wrong for President Obama. They are wrong for Governor Cuomo and they are wrong for Donald trump you can't do the right thing. The wrong way we have a congress we have a legislative branch It's the one that appropriates and taxes and it is the one we should listen most to when president or governor can't get legislation than that's tough they can't wield their pen and do an on their own. Hello you're on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Different reasons, outside punishment for putting some of these miscreants in jail. So how come we can't find a way to put some of these half baked judges in jail. Gracious. Well, we all have our own fantasies. Hello. You're on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. I miss all about the rest like clash, Song. Horry Honk. OFF ON. We we do need more wrestling though here's thing I guess I it. Professional wrestling has kind.

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"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:11 min | 2 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"And and you know on that front. Before we speak into Greg McCaffrey DA account. Before we get to like this last action that's been taken the his be frequent release was a impart It may be the charges and the bail reform out of Albany. But also because of decisions made by local judges, it wasn't just the legislature he was also judges. correct and again I mean it it's the judges. It's their purview to set bail as they see fit I mean that that's you know ballast set by the core on again I mean I I liked these judges I respect these judges I think the difficulty here in the example I've I've talked to a lot of people about. Judges are elected by the residents of their community. They know their community probably better than anybody especially here in Livingston, county where basically everyone knows everyone and everyone knows what everyone's doing i. think you're putting when you're pulling a judge out of a different municipality and placing them in charge of a case I don't think they have the same level of knowledge invested interest that that the presiding judge should. So I feel a case such as this that this gentleman should have been arraigned in the village of Morris and I. Truly believe we would have had a different outcome and again it's up to the judge to do what they see as right. But I think this was a flaw in the system that I did not create about why different judges are here in these cases as opposed to the judge that the village of Mount Morris residents selectively, there's a real strength I believe in having a locally elected judge of. And and that understanding of the dynamic the community is an important part of that is this from the judicial district that created this system or or why is it this way that you know instead of going being arraigned before the local judge you go seven and seven at the jail to whoever's on schedule? Well, I think there's a lot of reasons I mean I think the most significant change? was when they we you know the herring Hurrell settlement out of seven counties had where council now needs to be present at arraignment that a defendant is entitled and mandated have counsel present. So I think for Livingston County it it's easier to have a public defender conflict offender appear at the jail at am seven PM as opposed to driving all over the county and to option to Monday to my. Morris. At various hours up at night. So I think that was the most significant reason but I think again, decisions were made in this county over my objection to do this cap court as opposed to take them in certain circumstances to the Court of original jurisdiction, which which again, the law requires the defense attorney is there. It doesn't require that it be held a centralized place with with visiting judges. Pushed on our county that I don't think was appropriate to be a crap disturbing who made the decisions that Judge Dora, or who made that decision that it would be that way. Well, ultimately were parties in my county that signed on present self excluded judge door and had this protocol and I, mean he can't mandate that we do it but it got it. They created in Ontario County and most counties have an and it does you know ninety percent of the time it does work very very well if not more but again, this, this was a creation of the unified court system for sure it's being with Louis Kenny's fraternity Greg, McCaffrey so in the case of the gentleman and Mount Morris where things stand now please. while he's been in one indictments bent been handed up by county grand jury and he was arraigned on that earlier this week. So he is now incarcerated He hasn't living's county jail on on ten thousand dollars bail a county court judge did set that bail So he is currently incarcerated. The other cases are still pending prosecution. So we have various matters still-pending in courts throughout this county that will kind of deal with and hopefully. You know we can keep him incarcerated for for the foreseeable future have whatever needs. He needs addressed. You know work with US defense attorney in the court on and what we deem to be an appropriate resolution hoped to give some some peace of mind to the residence of Ma. Morris at least for the short term appreciate that and I know that you are you're pursuing the interests of justice in all this but pursue the indictment was that a tool that you? Thought of to help address this other issue of of repeated releaser. Well it is I think in all honesty, I. Think we're very fortunate that we have you know two very new county court judges, but also too hard charging county court judges that again, kind of look at the merits of this kind of kind of understand the purpose of bail and why at certain times maybe you know what? Maybe he does need to sit in jail. For a short term to have some needs address. So the attorney can kind of talk to him because again, he keeps committing or allegedly committing these crimes. So yeah, and I think the indictment you know serve a useful purpose. The other difficulty we've had a lot of these crimes. We've only recently started grand jury again in this county because of covid nineteen and this pandemic. We've been going grand jury at fast and furious pace travel catch up for cases. So there was a period of time and again, no one's creation but we have crimes being committed that we can't do anything because we didn't have grand jury I mean just recently we started going to grand jury and and putting these cases through so I would have liked to have this. Case screen by a grand jury subpoenas But again, what we were limited by the confines of what the law allows us to do sure Greg McCaffrey thanks for your service. Thanks for talking to us today we so appreciate it I'll absolutely anytime you bet he's Livingston, county, District Attorney, Greg McCaffrey back with you a journalist or just a moment on newsradio ham eleven eighty. Welcome back. Here's the deal why the so-called bail reform is dangerous where people just get turned loose. Some people need to be in jail some because they're bad people other because they help there are people who are mentally ill. There are people who've just had a trauma. There are people who may be having a bad trip to use the word from another century, but there are. People who may need to go get some help and the jail I know we you might think bad things about it but in the jail, people can get help and they can be protected from some of the consequences of their own confused or stoned or mentally ill choices. We'll be back right after the newscast with Alexa Olson, which is up next on newsradio wham eleven eighty. Saint Tall is not the same thing out of the Fisher House the Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. 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"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

06:49 min | 2 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Attorney of Livingston County the Greg McCaffrey Good Morning. Welcome to the broadcast Good Morning Bob. How are you? How are you doing? Very good. I'm glad to hear that this. We just heard the news report about a child sex abuse case out of none day. Is there anything in tell us about that sir? I am aware of an ongoing investigation and as you know from my past practice as well as most prosecutors, it's pretty difficult for me to comment on pending investigations and quite frankly I don't have much information at the current state. Grand jury morning. Yeah it speaking of which I think you have brought an indictment and the reason we brought John I'm grateful to you for your time. Is there a? Negatively characterized the guy in a bad way but there's been a man in my Morris for awhile. least is the Chitter chatter from all. The people on the block has been have some breaking into houses and and there hasn't really been a criminal justice solution for that problem. It are you familiar with that situation? Sir. I am aware of a defendant who's been arrested multiple times recently in Mount Morris, and just recently we had a case that was indicted by the Livingston County Grand Jury with them. Yes. Arrested multiple times and then released. Yeah it's a long long fluctuating story for sure you could you tell us that story please I can give you a little bit of information the you know th the gentleman's name is Justin Glad Hell He's twenty two year old resident. My Morris He's been arrested just by the notes I'm seeing about six times in the last six months for various allegations of criminal trespass of of burglary of attempted burglary all similar allegations of him. Allegedly, I'm going into residence for for various reasons whether to commit a crime to ask questions Just kind of a public nuisance at this point each time he's been arrested my office like the protocol here in Levy County is is contacted to be heard relative to bail and many times. He's been rain by our local court judges and our bail recommendations have been acknowledged have not been followed, and in all honesty, a lot of these offenses that he's alleged to have committed aren't qualifying offenses under this new criminal justice reform that was passed. You know earlier this year that I think has had a lot of public discussion about. And so whether he's a bad guy or needs help or whatever the issue is, there's no, he's he's not going up jail to get. He's just been just been released. Correct that the the most the most recent cases that I was personally involved where at the end of July July twenty, six, July, twenty, seven, he was arrested on two days two consecutive dates with attempted burglary in the second degree, which is which is a Class D violent felony. It is actually a qualifying offense under under the the new legislation it is something You know it's a little bit of a misstep by the New York State Senate and the Assembly because burglary second was initially excluded as equality and offense, but they failed to An attempt to commit that crime. So it is something that was a bail eligible or qualified offense to put somebody in jail. And when my office was heard relative to bail, and in fact, it was me personally that that spoke with the judges on these cases our recommendations were not followed, and in one case he was released on his own recognizance without any bail allegations he was just essentially sent home and within twenty four hours he was arrested for a similar offense and we recommended that he be held and the amount of five thousand. Dollars Cash Ten thousand dollars, credit card or bond, and the judge said the amount of two hundred and fifty dollars cash and he again bailed out and again allegedly refunded. So it really was a true catch and release with this gentleman is speaking with the District Attorney Greg, McCaffrey Livingston County was that a town and village justice or who's who, what's what sort of judge was released him. It was what what happens here they're. Both town judges in each case Livingston. County. What would happen? We have what's called a cab court, which is essentially a court within our county jail. So local judges take turns rotating into the CAP court to do these arrangements at at seven and seven pm you know three, hundred, sixty, five days a year if necessary. So in the instant case again, these are village of Mount Morris cases with with elected village of Moore's judges he was released on his own reconnaissance by a ton of. Leicester Judge, and then the subsequent gay he was released on two hundred and fifty dollars cash bail by a tunnel lavonia judge. So there was definitely some frustration on my part that an elected judge by the Leicester residents and elected judge by the Lavonia. Residents is again basically determined the custodial status of a of Mount Morris. Kid who has caused a lot of problems in that community. Gracious and again though the judges made those decisions even though you personally district attorney, the county made different recommendation to them. Correct. I did not actually physically appear in the cap court. Those mornings I was on phone I I was contacted. I didn't gauge and back and forth with both defense attorneys as well as the core trying to make my pitch again that these are qualified defenses, these are jail remarkable offenses trying to relay the information I had on this defendant what he's doing to that community, and again he's he's presumed innocent and he has rights and things, but again, it's frustrating and I can only imagine. I. Know this is your home village. Again th, this is a person who continues to reoffend and I very frankly told the judge on the July twenty, six arraignment he will be released and he will be back very very soon and you know that's one time I. Wish I wasn't right because that's exactly what he did. Your Greg McCaffrey, and again on the other side of this, you know he's he's creating certain angst for residents of of Mount Morris. But like you know and whether he's got mental issues or drug issues or I don't know what ever the gentleman situation is if you walk in to enough of other people's houses at some point, something bad could happen to you. M saying he's he's he's disquieting to the community, but his conduct also could create grave danger for himself. Then, that is a great fear of I think this office as well as you know, Chief Jeff, we reckon the village about Morris and I think all of law enforcement in this community is something bad could potentially happen here whether a homeowner is poor position where they need to to defend their castle and I know you talk about that quite frequently in. Your own show something bad could happen to that homeowner something bad could happen to Mr Glad Hill and again we don't want anyone to get hurt trying to do justice and do what's right I don't WanNa just warehouse people in jail but again, we need to look in someone at this age who's been arrested this many times for these kind of accusations. With a little differently and again, I feel like we're not being hurt and.

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"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Year for like what do I tell the people in Livingston County like. Hey you should still come to court or do you say hey. Come to court. Because they don't come to court so nobody I guess you come to court. It's a really really odd situation. That again two thousand twenty. We just take away the consequences to a lot of different actions. Doherty's the sheriff of Livingston County. This is rhetorical question. But why why does law and order matter How do we have laws? And why do you enforce laws? Simple Simple Safety. If you value your life if you value the lives of those around you whether it be your friends your family your mom your dad your kids. That's why there's rules we're not here. We're not the stoppable. We're here to keep people safe whether it be on a roadway in your home in your community at the park all those different facets of law enforcement are put in place to keep people safe people constantly say. Cops are peacemakers we are. That's what we do. We go job to job to job. It might be family troubles neighbor. Troubles car crashes high speeds whatever we constantly are keeping the peace so people can live their everyday lives just as normal as can be without that. It's the wild west. It's it's anarchy it's chaos. It's death it's Gore that that people don't WanNa see so I hope is the starts to hit home with people that they start paying attention and educating themselves. Because we don't make the the loss law enforcement we enforce them. But the the legislators do so you're senators your assembly women Suddenly men governor those people. You should educate on what you believe in telling people how to vote all. I'm simply telling you is educate yourself on the candidate and then work hard to get them elected. If that's what you feel and that's what you believe in that's what you want for the future of your your county your state your country outstanding share Tandoori. Thanks with service of YOU and the noblemen women lead. Thanks for visiting with today. We appreciate it. You got it. Thanks Bye Care Governor. My friend that Sheriff Tom Doherty of Livingston County. We'll be back in a moment with you. Living listeners on loses next on newsradio wham eleven eighty now listeners on the loose with Bob Lansbury on newsradio. Am Eleven hundred zero. Quick Sam Schreier. You just heard a little bit of governor Cuomo talking about screw school reopening yeah. He seems very enthusiastic. He's he's come up with a plan as far as time and tracing the whole deal and I think I think he seems pretty excited. He said it was great news. I felt he's dragging his feet but if he's excited. I'm grateful to I want him to be because I'm excited. Hello you're on. Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Here's your choice for November. Two doddering old fools both serious landers one who doesn't know what state is in and one who wants to go visit the Yosemite great country. I don't know that By is truly a serial flavor and I love the Yosemite and their boss El Capitain. He's the best. Hello Newsradio wham eleven. Eighty Bobby Uruguay called to tell you that. My brother potato chips for breakfast. Well guess what your later. He's still eating potato chips for breakfast. You know what I think I might have some tomorrow. It's Saturday live high. God bless You keep your Chin up? God bless the United States of America. Weekend assignment is what it always is. Tonight's get out to Temple Mosque or synagogue. Failing now joined bury via church on Sunday. And you and I'll be back here Monday morning. Eight till noon on News Radio Cam. Eleven Eighty at tropical smoothie cafe. They want you to get away every day unwind with their watermelon. Moheda AND NEW GUAVA MARGARITA. Smoothies pair one with their delicious new barbecue pork case idea for a mini summer vacation this summer. Tropical smoothie cafe is bursting with flavor made to order with fresh quality rocket ingredients with sixty Washington DC area locations. It's never been easier to ride the summer. Wave of flavor order ahead online for carry out side pickup or delivery at participating locations tropical smoothie cafe. You're on tropic time now..

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"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

07:50 min | 2 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Your host on portrait's find US wherever you get your podcasts back trends The governor has said all school districts in the state are authorized to reopen. He also characterized it and I quote S. Great News is feels that way. I'm enthusiastic about it and I hope he is. He also says that. Some one hundred twenty seven districts have yet to submit plans for reopening to the Department of Health and fifty of those that were received ring completer deficient and The Department of Health is going end up deciding what those districts can or can't do but this is what the number said ought to happen. And I'm grateful that the governor has Said they can reopen and I I it is great news. I hope that this can occur in the new obstacles. Don't pop up or aren't to be joined by the sheriff of Livingston County. Sheriff Tom Daugherty Good Morning Sir. Welcome to the broadcast glorying Bob Time no talk. Yeah I know and I. I've missed talking with you. Hope you're doing great real quick. How has your department fared through the covid month sir? There was a lot of unknown with it but for us. It's it's a Lotta back to normal here and we continue to do some education out in the community but most times. It's it just takes that we stop out have conversation and move on You you've been okay in terms of your jail in terms of your deputies and such like that yeah we. We've been very fortunate. We have quarantine in jail for new intake. So whether it's martial inmates or Folks coming out of county court because they've started the sentence now again They sit in the quarantine period. So we're taking all those precautions. We work with our medical staff Out in the community. Yeah we we haven't had a lot of problems. We had one deputy That worked outside the facility. Contract Colbert and He's recovering so we've been very fortunate outstanding speaking with to county sheriff. Tom Brady and earning. It's occurred since last we spoke as we've had these demonstrations we've had the defunding police Stuff going on I I WANNA touch base and get your thoughts on on those things in the state of of American law enforcement. What are your thoughts sir? I think that we're just in a rare rare time. And really crossroads of what people want in this country. Do you want law? And Order and rules and peace or do you want anarchy and chaos and Certainly feels like right now. There's great rhetoric across the country against law enforcement. But I continue to say DR members here that we are well supported and Livingston County and you know it might be simple letter into the members. It might be You know a post to our social media and might be cookie drops or young kids coming in showing their support or just a simple. Thank you in route in the community. I know that that we're blessed in this county but I also know that we work hard to do a lot of community policing building that trust so I'm not saying that all law enforcement perfect and in fact I think that there's some agencies who could work on on their their stuff but I also don't like it when all law enforcement painted with the same brush. It's like anything you know Whether it's a priest who's done wrong doesn't mean all priests are bad whether it's a cop. I mean we could go on through it No matter the profession there's imperfections. It's impossible to root out every candidate coming in the door Predominantly our police officers are excellent and serve those that they don't even know risk their lives serving those they don't even know so. I go on and on with that but yeah there's there's great concern for the future of our country and I think that diversity in that play out right now I just the the greatest divide that I've seen in my lifetime. Speaking of live is a county sheriff. Tom Daugherty that because there do seem to be those including an early high political office. Who seem eager to embrace the chaos and lawlessness. Yeah I mean I just. It's hard to wrap my head around. I got in the law enforcement and all five so it's not like I'm an old salty vet but it certainly has changed and so has this country you know nine eleven we saw our country come together and you look at cove it and you'd think that we'd come together but they're still this great. Divide to the point. Where the news is hard to watch. Social Media's hard to follow and really what what I do time is just be with family. Be With friends because it's hard and it's I know it's hard on people's mental fatigue of of what the rhetoric is no matter which side you believe in whether it is the the Law and order side. Or if you believe in decriminalizing everything across the country we look in. New York State. I put out a press. Release the other day and a guy who fifty three suspensions and some people may go. Yeah big deal. He drove without a license or he was revoked. Fifty three times but what it really means is either failed to pay or failed to appear fifty three times Regarding a traffic ticket so it might have been a speed or something simple. But it compounded compounded compounded so now with bail reform. We can't we can't hold him. The judge is not allowed to set bail so we let him go and based on past history. That guy's probably gonNA go drive again. I don't think on the fifty fourth time it's GonNa Change but if you look at what the Senate and the Assembly did now in New York state. They've passed through both that. They're gonNA do away with the scofflaw so if you get a ticket a judge can no longer suspend your license. If you don't show up due to address it a judge can no longer suspend your license even if you do show up and you don't pay the fine so there won't be any you. Oh it's basically more decriminalization. Instead of trying to change the behavior through education and consequences. They just changed the rules to fit their narrative. And that's that's very troubling for public safety so when people say to me like you know you seem like you're try and stay politically sheriff and I do as best I can but when it comes down to this stuff you look at it closely and you're you you make a decision sheriff. Is this making my counting safer or less safer? And the answer is very clear on on a case like this where why do we want these folks out driving around with no consequences and potentially doing damage doing harm on our roadways that we work so hard to protect and then on top of that if the governor signs this which I believe it still hasn't been sent over to him so probably? I believe the rules are it has to be before the end of the year and then he has ten days to decide if he signs it if he signs it it means that really because there's no scoff that probably a good defense attorneys. Just GonNa tell people when they get a traffic ticket. Don't go to court because you can't be found guilty if you weren't present and they can't stop your license anyway so it's more more again. Decriminalization no consequence for any wrongdoing. Right in a means that there's a at the end of the day. No restraint on the way people drive. Which as you say creates potential risk for other motorists that say yeah and you look at the people who follow the laws and even the people L. K. simple traffic ticket big deal People are late they speed. I'm not condoning that but I'm also a realist. But average law abiding person who gets a citation for not following a rule handles responsibly. If they can't pay the fine immediately a deal with the courts paid over time but in this case the law abiding person. Who does that if this is passed or signed by the governor? They would really I mean. The lighting is being held accountable. Where the person who doesn't want to follow the rules is not and that'd be hard as.

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"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:08 min | 2 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"I'll probably get myself a tweed jacket pads on the and pretend pipe to smoke as I sit and sign them at cove signings. Where normal will be allowed to attend? But the point is that we saw that one little Criminal ripple if you will. The attempted robbery was a big deal to the people involved in the context of the crime that is across the city and across this region. You is nothing but it gave you a chance to sort of you. Know peer to be through the blinds. And see what's going on when you peel that back as the Alleged perpetrator in. That incident was was identified. You I it's like pulling a string and everything unravels and what we have here and we haven't been able to get you know as you saw there any information very much in this guy. But we ha- you've got about Six or ten months of his life where any seems to have been pretty active in terms of criminality what he did before that we don't have any access to information or allegations but That that's the deal. There are those Who ARE PROFESSIONAL CRIMINALS? Which is a nice way to call it what they are as predators on their neighbors and in this situation if this man is guilty of what. He's a accused of he has traumatized Significantly The lady who owns the restaurant. He has left the man who saved that lady quite possibly with lingering physical discomfort in some small degree of disability And he's also left one of his Heroin infant all customers again. If these allegations are true dead That's an awful lot of harm for one person to do in a small stretch of weeks. We'll be back with you in just a moment on newsradio at eleven eighty. Dow's I OUGHTA I'd ask how your garden is doing right because this is the year. We're all growing garden Case the food supply grabs the bit. You're probably eating like crazy out of it. Everybody's got Zucchini right now. We're about two weeks into Zucchini bread. Season highly delicious The corn is out there Robustly Find someplace long aside of the road to buy plenty take it home eat it. You will enjoy like crazy reading You know out of our garden and by Armie my wife's Here's another thing to do right about now if you want some of the Greens for the fall. You know like people will want spinach or a new thing of K. Or whatever like that as the cool weather comes on right about now is a really good time to plant that or transplant. That get that into your garden so that you're eating right up through and beyond Frost Ron thanks for calling. Thanks for holding on Syria. You're on newsradio eleven. Eighty this is Ron. Yes sir. Welcome I just want to comment on the NRA lawsuit here about Louis? Certain that there won't be any help coming from the ACO you nor will there be any help forthcoming from that. Mediocrity morality who's never seen a gun control law that he didn't like either he'd rather just keep snowden the public trough possibly can and that's France reality check for today. It's Ron's reality check for today. Sam Sam yes sir. Should we make Ron's reality check for today? Regular Feature. I think you think wrong. Well tai-bo one to one and you always win the you know what honestly Oldest guy in the room is not so bad. It's not true it's true you any big weekend plans coming at the house. No nothing nothing big this weekend. I don't think Ashley's parents are out of town so we might use the pool to get warm again as Ashley. You're you're my wife okay. So when her her people go away you can use their stuff. Well we can use their stuff anytime. You're not welcome. When they're they're no problem for you okay. Are you a bad son? Not at all mean to you when they say bad words that you know they feel safe. Are you okay? I feel good all right. Good all right. I'm the thing is is that They they have some friends that have a condo or MC key cabinet. I'll be okay. A cabin up in the end around so they to go there a couple times over the summertime so when they go away they'll say pools yours you can go over there and and use it just not. We're here right right not to hear okay so I can talk to them. Are there problems? Here's feel safe. Here's the here's the thing. I'll tell you blink your eye if you're in danger right now all right the thing. I'll tell you is that sometimes. They're like and really want you guys to come over and release. Yeah and you talked about it on the radio. That is great. That's Kinda relationship to have well it. Sometimes they don't listen well they do but they're out of town right now so maybe on the APP. Maybe we look at that. It'd be any website's no service up there okay. Here's the thing it is. It is good that we all you know if we all had to live together we could. There'd be no pressure of bring all the family and but it is good that we have our separate places. Yeah Yeah I think an and they can only do so much i. It's tough for them with the boys because they they want. I'll go inside. They WANNA go down in the basement and play. He's got a train table down. There Jackson does and they have to constantly watch. They don't always want to go in the pool. They want to run around the back yard. They want throw the ball so it's just a lot so I think the kids are very like kids. Oh absolutely a hundred percent. Got a train table in the basement. Jackson does okay. Grandma GRANDPA set up a train table. Yes that's awfully nice. Yeah the you say. The grandparents don't like them. I don't say that out loud. It'll scar the children's just think. Sometimes I just think sometimes it might be a little too much. We spend too much time over there so we try to balance it. Plus you know I go over there and I talked to them. This is how I feel personally. Did you do this did you? That's what your house needs this. Your House needs that they say that and that well the father in law does. Yeah God bless him. He's not listening right now. He shouldn't do that. The it's the after. Remember that as a as a as a gross and great people. Yeah it brings you. It just makes me feel you know like he says you guys need to live close to us. I Oh why? Why do we need to live close to you? You need to live close to us because if you don't I won't be there to help you with your things which he likes to come over and say no. I think that might be in his defense fat Though I I accept that annoying not a to be. This may be the way he shows love. He's like probably some old guy you know what I'm saying. He's probably handy's probably figured out. He thinks that's how dads they're supposed to be. He still sees himself as the Alpha male. Dad whatever else like that. I think you're right about. Yeah Yeah I take it out. I take my wife though. Come on stop. I don't WanNa hear it anymore. Okay showing a lot of problems that we're exposing today. Don't worry Alexa keep your eye on. We'll be back after electoral newscast on newsradio eleven eighty at tropical smoothie cafe. They want you to get away every day unwind with their watermelon. Moheda IN NEW GUAVA MARGARITA. Smoothies pair one with their delicious new barbecue. Pork case idea for a mini summer. Vaca- The tropical smoothie cafe is bursting with flavor made to order with fresh quality rock ingredients with sixty Washington DC area locations. It's never been easier to ride the summer. Wave of flavor order ahead online for carry out curbside pickup or delivery at participating locations tropical smoothie cafe. You're on tropic time now. Have you ever looked at a poetry and wanted? Who was this person? Really? It's really in love story Harry. It was motivated by love and he became known for his undercover reporting. He got himself arrested but also men's dress. Ll Cou. 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"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

08:19 min | 2 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Bury starts now on newsradio WAM eliminate. Thank you very much. I appreciate that and hope you have a wonderful weekend. Good morning my friend. Thank you so much for tuning in. It is a plan out beautiful day for radio program. Some clouds up there. It's all right I'll take it. You may have heard this story out of Orleans County about a man who is charged with a couple of drug counts in relation to a several month investigation which had arisen from A fatal overdose. someone who died a taken heroin infant. All the belief was and so the question was as we've had asked by a variety of agencies across our region the last year per chance to is sold those drugs. And let's find that person well in Orleans County. They believed that person is cost be sanders A name that is one distinctive and and to one that that you and I may remember here to talk about the alleged criminal career of Kospi. Sanders is the Chief of the Major Felony Bureau of Monroe. County District Attorney's Office Juliane good morning. Ma'am it's in to To speak with you. Welcome to the broadcast Komo morning. Thank you for having me a silly question I apologize. What does the Major Felony Bureau prosecute policemen We've I we prosecute. Violent crimes Armed robberies assaults on side Home invasion burglaries All violent crimes in Monroe County that are non domestic bureau. Chief Ma'am do you prosecute or oversee and manager. What do you do? Please both I do both I. Deputy chief that helps me with administrative duties with the bureau And we have About ten people assigned to the bureau. All prosecuting as I said. Violent Felony Crimes But I do handle my own cases Most of the cases that I handle our homicide cases But I do also occasionally take robbery case or other type of case speaking Julianne at the Monroe County District Attorney's office. How long have you been in our service? As a prosecutor male twenty one years outstanding outstanding. I appreciate that. Who WHO's cash sanders? Which should we know about him policemen? Well all I can really tell you is that I do have a case With Mr Sanders. He currently has an indictment pending and supreme court charging him with attempted robbery in the first degree Two counts of criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree and one count of criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree events from November or from April. You know it's a combination of the two The first three counts of the indictment alleged that had happened on December twenty third of Twenty nineteen in the fourth count pertains to April eighth date December. Twenty one the one. Maybe most folks out the attempted robbery at the People's choice kitchen over at Thurston Brooks and in what was. What was the incident in April? Ma'am the allegation is a weapons possession. Count for criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree and was there also an additional count of something or other from November. For which he'd been a released do you know I know that in early December he had a aggravated unlicensed operation charge pending And it was Some vehicle and traffic Charges in addition to the aggravated unlicensed operation in the first degree and he was. I believe out on that charge. So he's got that was pending. has got the attempted robbery That allegedly took place in December in April. He's got the weapons and were there also was their second degree assault with that thing. April Ma'am or no now. Okay there's no assault with the April charges now okeydoke the just weapons charges April correct and in the folks in Orleans county alleged that that Through that timeframe and before he was selling drugs over there. Yeah that's obviously their investigation In Orleans County You know that they. They went ahead with their investigation and as we know they just launched their charges do are is it common for The people who are charged with crimes to be charged with a series or a variety of crimes. Like this man. Well it's certainly can't happen You know we. We all have an obligation to investigate the crimes that are reported and certainly Do our due diligence and investigating those matters and the is evidence points to a particular person Then obviously we would act accordingly So I'm sure that that's what Orleans county did with respect to their case You know that's that's obviously what we did hear him on our county with with my case right so what you said was if we suspect people doing bad things we investigate them and if we find appropriate evidence we charge them yeah. I think that's how it works gets CORREC- Julianne is the Chief of the Major Felony Bureau County District Attorney's Office A anything else you can tell us about this man. Kosh B. Sanders mamber. Not Really. I mean I can't really give you any more than what is filed in court That's what's charged in the indictment He's still Held in custody in the county jail And I have a later date in August to Be Back in court with him outstanding outstanding. Anything else we should know. Ma'am no or No no I don't think so. Very good well. I appreciate your service and I appreciate you speaking with US Sarah. Thank you for having me. You Bet you take care I was Joe Friday's granddaughter at their But here's here's that my understanding is that Kospi Sanders Had the difficulty In November December. He was released on his own recognizance. He was on his own recognizance when he allegedly engaged in the violent a tax attorney robbery at the People's choice kitchen. Remember that we had that lady out there evangelist Stanley. On by the way she's doing great sends her best I had a real nice jerk. Chicken Salad out there we to ago. I might When I save up some calories go back and get another one Maybe some octane or something but the point is so he was out on j o o of John's recognizance when that crime was allegedly committed or when the crime was committed allegedly him and and While you know they were looking for him. in regard to that or trying to develop who The the suspect was he. Allegedly was selling drugs in Orleans. County It it I think the allegation is to several individuals one of whom guide and also there was the subsequent apprehension in April wherein He you know weapons charges so I think the point we're trying to make there is that There are some people who do a lot of bad stuff who don't just have a bad day but are living a bad life style and Who Don't make poor choices but are serial predators From the standpoint of criminality think. That's the reality. I think that's the point of that per chance. We ought to take away and in this again. You know we we. We last Christmas time got caught up in. You know that story about the attempted robbery at the place. By the way last Sunday I came in I worked a day off. Sit and writing my little desk and I have written a very poor very weak little book at That sort of pegs off that robbery and We'll get that publish this fall and you'll be charged way more than it's worth and You know.

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"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

04:25 min | 5 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Basically people stepping up that every single day they go into their job. Not Knowing you know it's, it's people may think sleepy and bucolic, and for many days and weeks and months it'd probably isn't Livingston County, but those same people who are handling the everyday needs to be y that the traffic enforcement know that when they step up that gun at their their ways along gun in their car may have to be used for the protection of civilians protection of life protection of. Public Safety, and and that's what they did. And they stepped up. They didn't know they were going to go another job that day and have to do that. But they did and testament to them and the work that they do so. He meant so well said, sir. is is as they were being fired upon UNH. Listening to the scanner there was such calm in their voice, and also as they were forced into these very unique tasks is speaking of training. They just fell right to them. It was just it was astounding, and then clearly an ignorant outsider looking in. It seems clear that the that they the sheriff decided he's not getting into the village and and they decide to draw a line. Exactly and really it was. It would've been in the in the in the trend line of what happened. It would have been getting into the village again so. Yeah Yeah so yeah, so he he actually had gone through it. Crazy speeds had gone down three heading south. started spraying bullets it at different entities that were involved in the in the chase turns around uterine. More bullets thrown his way. More bullets thrown our our way, our collective way and then. And, then he just kinda slow to a crawl with various spikes and hits that he took by eventually coming back with that essentially, if a mobile tank can and and guns and little, we'll find out what the guns or the the weaponry used, but you just you just never know as far as what else this individual has in there..

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"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

04:49 min | 5 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Honor of going out in the world and doing something nice for somebody in honor of them I. Think and I think any military soldier or any military personnel. Tom Thank you for your service and thank you for keeping his country free for us to be able to live in like that and I think that should be something that we should all do not just because we tell you. I think it should just be something that we should do from our hearts to tell you to let them know that we honor them because of what they did for. Your! You're an army and I always think you for your service when I see you as well. You're awfully kind and thank you for the incredible sacrifice. You made for our country Mirim of Villa's God bless you ma'am. Thank you for speaking with last question. I should add got it. Forgive me. I'm going well after the break. How you? Your Son Gone now these thirteen years your husband best way before that. How are you doing yes? I it's hard, but you know I I have a God that I believe in and I know he's keeping me and giving me the strength that is hard. I mean I I do have my breakdowns I'm not saying they don't and you know I. Do have a broken heart I mean I. Don't let people show that because that's not what people are about. There's sometimes people don't care. If you have a broken heart, they have to live their life so I tried to live. Live my life as best as I can you know I smile and I do what I need to do because that's what people want you to do, but deep down inside my heart is broken a million pieces, but I keep it going because I know there's one of my son and my husband would not want me to do was sit around and frown. Hoping you know, make life miserable, other people so I just you know what I need to do to keep moving. Keep working helping. You know that keeps my mind occupied in other things so. Was I. Love You and I appreciate you. God, bless you! Thank you so much for talking to us today. Yes God bless you and God. Bless America. No Me and thank you for your services. Well, thank you God. Bless you, lady, Miranda's a Goldstar mom her son. Rain Old Armand buried up. Riverside perished in your service, two thousand seven in Iraq to be honored with the sons and daughters of our region at this new war on terror, a monument for which ground was broken on Monday Mac with you in a moment on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Welcome back my friends welcome back just to taking the temperature of the region. See and how? Things are going to be joined by the administrator. Livingston County many Coil Good Morning Sir welcome to the broadcast. Hour. I'm delighted to have you I. Appreciate Your Time and all. You're busy before we get to the details about how the county's going. You know you and I are both Livingston County. Residents a last night. We had this truck come through town. outstanding From our sheriff and his deputies. Were you aware that as it was going on? Do you have any thoughts or reactions are insights into it? Sir. Yes, I was and. I think we are just really off the air wisdom, the valour shown by all of the law enforcement responders especially the Least County sheriff's Office..

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Livingston County Administrator Dies Suddenly in October

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Livingston County Administrator Dies Suddenly in October

"The sudden death occurring in October in Livingston county for the county administrator and the county commission on a go shooting with a company to bring in a new exact here's Tom's report after the sudden death of lives in county administrator can hinted in October the search is on for new county leader a county commission is negotiating with Okemos based hiring solutions to conduct the search for a new administrator hiring solutions has been used already by lives in county to hire an EMS director and is currently being used to find a chief information officer loosen daily also reports that the firm was also use to bring on Hinton back in twenty fifteen cents Henson's death of deputy county administrator Cindy Cadillac has served as acting county

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"livingston county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:21 min | 11 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Between the crosses row on row the Cray wrote each metal Livingston county poppy is two feet wide painted red and fused atop a green iron stem of varying heights connected to the ground by Barings that'll sway when the wind blows when completed this spring the flag will cover one hundred ninety five by eighty five feet white concrete flag stripes between that make handicapped accessible rose perfect for wondering and quiet contemplation it's a monument designed to inspire awe but the process has been just as important as the product when I first presented the idea I said I'll do this project but with the stipulation I want that turns coming into the school being shown how to use the equipment and create their own poppies I could have done under poppies but it's not about me the significance should be them being recognized for their service and so this does that every poppy is designed traced caught molded welded and painted by the individual a dog tag on each identifies their name dates of service and any other information deemed particularly significant then a unique totem welded into the center or on a panel adds a personal touch only made one for his father a veteran of the Canadian airforce sold his poppy is a maple leaf there's all sorts of really unique centers in them stars one his uncle was a pilot and he put an airplane there's one with the VFW and one with an American Legion emblem I've built five copies one for a friend and roster all family members three of which were World War two veterans that's where a band common teacher's aide at the mount Morris sposi center and the metal trades program he's assisting only with the monument I'm also a veteran of the United States airforce and New York Air National Guard they all were slowly losing family members were slowly losing a World War two vets and Vietnam vets I'm proud to say I'm a veteran and sociais what's the organizations as one of them they emphasize self generating veteran involvement has been the incidental key to their monument success doctors were coming from other counties I am here to make a poppy they get so hooked up with their PP here and as soon as we got in the shop other veterans that have been coming regularly they could see that there was a deer in the headlights they just court let me help you this is where we start and we go from one step to the next veterans helping other veterans to create this monument and I wasn't doing it the finish is going to look great but really that was the most impressive part of this whole project creating a poppy gets the veteran or family member in the door but the greater service is they're inviting veterans into a space where people want to listen there were some nights that we were head over forty veterans which was almost too much because we're limited with the equipment and space but they all work together and and they shared equipment they share their time the share their stories then they came back psychologists are recognizing the power of narrative storytelling to help veterans acclimate back into civilian life and heal from combat conflict over months and years of military brigade training the veterans brain has become wired to move through the world in a specific way to follow orders and to make order of high stress scenarios the therapeutic narrative approach helps to reverse that wiring by sharing a story aloud we first take control of the story choosing to narrate with horror or as but does with humor we can paint ourselves as the victim or the hero has been kind of all generations and there's always a story behind each one of these copies the vets get to tell their story to other veterans and spend a very unique and and healing experience for some of these guys it kind of brings them together and make some more resilient as a bunch of veterans together with time intention and insight from new perspectives the veteran can choose to mold that narrative and tell a story no longer has any power over them over their physical reaction to past experiences or current triggers you can't talk to strangers or family about that they wouldn't understand this seemingly unbridgeable gap is often filled by veterans loved ones as well we want to help but don't know how rather than forcing conversation creating a poppy becomes a gateway for a shared experience a space for the veteran to talk in a loved one to simply offer compassion another young man that was ninety one years old his daughter came and said I want to make a copy for my dad but these a little frail so she's created this poppy inch springtime it come around here and she goes do you mind if I one day I just driving back here to show on the poppy soul overhead doors are open to the shop and I see this car pull up she steps out opens the door for dad tall man six four maybe six five sos daughter says dad I made this spot before you a service cry good friend of his Porter was here in the shop working on his poppy they were lifelong friends they grew up in the same town they're in the same service and he looks up was ordered isn't big hug he says this okay I did the same thing because his daughter started one in because I can do that it was a father and daughter makings poppy some of the stories were like that what started as a goal of one hundred poppies blossomed to two hundred and fifty by the time we left them in September but is their oldest veteran at ninety eight their youngest participant is for without wanting to detail specifics they relate how one younger veteran had remained so reclusive since returning home loved ones had been worried about him the project has gotten him returning to the group over and over again such accessible spaces invite veterans to come together and share their service stories ends the lives their newly carving they bring coffee and donuts warm this being farm country the varying kinds of garlic they're currently growing we left with several heads in our pockets maple syrup and local restaurant referrals mapped out unless such spaces are created the sacrifices that still bird and many of them will remain trapped where they remained for our World War two veterans in the past largely speaking at the bar or a a meetings I'm Iraq war vet in my.

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"livingston county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:14 min | 11 months ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The crosses row on row the crate wrote each metal Livingston county poppy is two feet wide painted red and fused atop a green iron stem of varying height connected to the ground by Barings that'll sway when the wind blows when completed this spring the flag will cover one hundred ninety five by eighty five feet white concrete flag stripes between them make handicapped accessible rose perfect for wondering and quiet contemplation it's a monument designed to inspire awe but the process has been just as important as the product when I first presented the idea I said I'll do this project but with the stipulation I want that turns coming into the school being shown how to use the equipment and create their own poppies I could have done under poppies but it's not about me significant should be them being recognized for their service and so this does that every poppy is designed traced caught molded welded and painted by the individual a dog tag on each identifies their names dates of service and any other information deemed particularly significant than a unique totem welded into the center or on a panel adds a personal touch only made one for his father a veteran of the Canadian airforce sold his poppy is a maple leaf there's all sorts of really unique centers in them stars one his uncles pilot many put an airplane there's one with the VFW and one with an American Legion emblem I've built five copies one for a friend and roster all family members three of which were World War two veterans that's where a band common teacher's aide at the mount Morris Bosi center and the metal trades program he is assisting only with the monument I'm also a veteran of the United States airforce and New York Air National Guard they all were slowly losing family members were slowly losing our World War two vets and Vietnam vets I'm proud to say I'm a veteran and sociais what's the organizations as one of them they emphasize self generating veteran involvement has been the incidental key to their monument success veterans that were coming from other counties here to make a poppy they get sucked up with their PP here and as soon as we got in the shop other veterans that have been coming regularly they could see that there was a deer in the headlights they just court let me help you this is where we start and we go from one step to the next veterans helping other veterans to create this monument and I wasn't doing it the finish is going to look great but really that was the most impressive part of this whole project creating a poppy gets a veteran or family member in the door but the greater service is they're inviting veterans into a space where people want to listen there were some nights that we're had over forty veterans which was almost too much because we're limited with the equipment and space but they all work together and and they shared equipment they share their time they share their stories then they came back psychologists are recognizing the power of narrative storytelling to help veterans acclimate back into civilian life and heal from combat conflict over months and years of military brigade training the veterans brain has become wired to move to the world in a specific way to.

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Officials: Swine flu detected in pigs at fair in Michigan

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Officials: Swine flu detected in pigs at fair in Michigan

"Four a health alert Livingston county where officials say swine flu has been detected in pigs that affair that wrapped up over the weekend the county health department says the infected pigs were detected last week at the follower ville family fare in pigs were removed from the event no human cases have been reported the update comes after Michigan health officials urged people to take precautions to avoid swine flu it county local fair statewide swine influenza is a respiratory disease and pigs that doesn't usually infect humans but human infections have been reported in the

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Livingston County And Michigan discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Livingston County And Michigan discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"Hour health alert in Livingston county where officials say swine flu has been detected in pigs at a fair that wrapped up over the weekend the county health department says the infected pigs were detected last week at the follower ville family affair and things were removed from the event no human cases have been reported the update comes after Michigan health officials urged people to take precautions to avoid swine flu at county and local fair statewide swine influenza is a respiratory disease and pigs that doesn't usually infect humans but human infections have been reported in the

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3 Things To Know Around Detroit

Daily Detroit

04:29 min | 1 year ago

3 Things To Know Around Detroit

"The city of Detroit is one of ten American cities to join a new. National program meant to figure out how to help residents make more money and improve their economic status. The initiative is funded by the Bloomberg philanthropies the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the bomber group, which is led by former Microsoft CEO and Detroit area. Native Steve bomber the program goes for eighteen months. The plan is to test ideas, that connect low income residents and affordable housing to opportunities for more income and provide services that help them become more financially stable, the goal is to make affordable housing throughout the city and access point to city services. This is a big deal across the United States as the likelihood that the current generation, earns more than their parents is declining, especially among the middle class and poor. The program came out of a recent survey of American mayors, who said economic issues are their biggest local challenge the results of the twelve million dollar program will then be shared across the country. Other cities in the program include Lansing, right here in Michigan. New. Orleans, Louisiana Newark, New Jersey and others separately. The bomber group last fall issued sixteen million dollars in grants to eighteen Detroit area. Nonprofits to help children and families in poverty. You've heard of hell Michigan, right? It's an unincorporated town near paint ni in Livingston county. It's famous for its road signs a tavern and stores selling, souvenirs branded with the community's name now a California youtuber has purchased the whole five acre commercial property, and officially renamed it gay hill in protest of the Trump administration. Elijah Daniel says the move is in protest of the Trump administration's decision to not allow US embassies to fly the gay pride rainbow flag during June for pride month. He also says the only flags it will be allowed to be flown. Our pride flags, though. That's apparently just joke. And no ban is actually in place on other flags. Daniel is a comedian and musician, who has around five hundred and eighty thousand subscribers on YouTube. He's also the owner of an LGBTQ cannabis business in Los Angeles in two thousand seventeen he participated in hell's program to become mayor for a day, but was promptly. Impeached. He has a video, documenting the experience, titled I became mayor and banned street people from my town, all in lower case letters, Daniel tells NBC news. He is trying to engage his young audience in politics. We picked an interesting place to do it gera-, because hell Michigan in Livingston county. That's deep red country there man. Let me tell you. So I gotta ask, like, how does one by town. I didn't know you could do that because it's on Inc. There is no it's not really a town. There's no village council or or or township board of trustees or anything. It's, it's I think it's sort of unofficially called a hamlet. I mean it's really it's, it's have you ever been there? No. It's so it's like five acres. It's kind of it almost feels like a theme park at this point. There's like I think there's a mini golf course. If I remember correctly, there's a tavern. There's souvenir store. There's technically ally berry. It's right near the banks of the Huron river and everything it's really pretty there. I mean it's beautiful surroundings. It's out near the Pinkney state recreation area. So it's. It's heavily wooded everything. But it's it's not really a town. Do you think we should do the show at hell? Hamlet. We'll keep that one into consideration. The conservatory in bells reopening nearly a month ahead of schedule. The one hundred and fifteen year old Anna scripts, Whitcomb, conservatory reopens Wednesday after a number of structural repairs water head severely compromised. The twenty one foot steel trusses that are original to the building the new trusses used galvanized steel, and they'll be more resistant to the weather the project cost two and a half million dollars. It was paid for by the Michigan DNR and the Ralph c Wilson junior foundation. You know, I'm really glad to see this project happen. I have some so many memories of this place because my grandmother was a member of the o botanical society, and she would drag me around, like ten eleven twelve years old, hauling pots, and plants and all kinds of stuff around that place. It's such a such a cool, little facility, not just the, the public property. They've got all those greenhouses as well. It's a true, gem, one of the best staycationing, especially like in midwinter like you know, if you've got, like a dismal February day, no better like mood. Up than to pay visit to the belau

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"livingston county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Leads to a tragic discovery in Livingston county a mother under young daughter dad, in an apparent murder, suicide jas Ron Dewey has the latest on the investigation resident Donald Trump meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa may later today. Researchers testing something new to help heal tissue damage by heart attacks that story's ahead. Good morning. I'm Tom Jordan morning, I'm Roberta just saying, but w w j NewsRadio nine fifty also coming up in sports, his Tony not feeling the blues in Saint Louis today after they tie up the Stanley Cup finals at two games each. We'll talk about that. Plus, who did the Tigers taken the first two rounds of the baseball draft will let you know in sports at six forty five. Accuweather says today, we should see a high of seventy six with rain later in the day today. Fair skies right now. At metro it's fifty four degrees. W w j news time is six thirty one investigation is underway after a woman and a young girl are found dead in an. Apparent murder suicide inside of a Brighton apartment more live and local now from w w J's Ron Dewey. Ron. And what is known Roberta is at Brighton. Police were called out to this apartment, Monday afternoon on second street off grand river avenue just north of downtown Brighton. After this mother Andrea child did not show for a custody exchange this past weekend. The father asked for the welfare check. And that is the officers discovered them the young girl, no apparent signs of trauma. The mother with a single gunshot wound. Investigators say they may have been dead for as long as five days in autopsies scheduled to help determine the actual cause of death live and local in Brighton. Ron Dewey WWE, NewsRadio nine fifty. Well. Some would be fees come up empty during an attempted to smashing. Grab on Detroit's west side. We have details live and local from the scene with WWE J's Charlie Langton. Hi, charlie. Hey, Tom, you're right. This smashing Graham here of the city pharmacy that's on mcnichols just east of the Southfield freeway about four thirty this morning. Sam the owner says that two trucks smashed, but one truck smashed through the metal barricade trying to get the controlled substances in Sam safe, actually, they tried to break in through a stolen car at saw stolen, white trailblazer. And the command come out, and there's a older model. Tahoe wedding for them outside the pick them up on leave. The Tahoe was the getaway car Sam says that these guys took less than one minute to do all the damage, but they got nothing. No drugs, no money, nothing except they caused a lot of damage. Luckily Sam does have insurance. And luckily, this was all caught on video, which the Detroit police now reviewing reporting live here on Detroit's west side, Charlie Langton Donald, J NewsRadio nine Donald Trump in London on day, two of a state visit to the United Kingdom, Elizabeth toasted, what she called the immensely important relationship between Washington and London. President Trump responded in kind on behalf of all Americans. Offer a toast, to the eternal friendship of our people the vitality of our nations, and to the long cherished and truly remarkable rain. Of her majesty the Queen last night's gallatin dinner marked the end of the ceremonial phase of this visit today, Mr. Trump gets down to business meeting with Prime Minister Theresa may and other leaders correspondent Ian Lee reporting WWE news time, six thirty four today, the federal government turns its attention to this country's biggest tech companies including apple Amazon, Facebook, and Google. The House Judiciary committee begins a bipartisan investigation into competition in digital markets to other federal agencies are launching their own investigation. CBS news chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cortes has historically, same time that this investigation is taking place. The House Judiciary committee says it's going to open its own probe. Looking at antitrust regulations at the power of these companies the committee, calling it a top to bottom review and saying that, it's the first time that congress has really systematically looked into this type of behavior. By these tech giants, other investigations have taken place in the EU in recent months. British scientists say a heart. Patch containing millions of living cells can be used to heal tissue damaged by heart attacks..

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A new era begins for the Boy Scouts of America

Warren Pierce

07:46 min | 1 year ago

A new era begins for the Boy Scouts of America

"There's an interesting story. That's been unfolding. I want to say for the last couple of years where the boy scouts of America changed their name their now known as BSA, right? And they're inviting girls to be part of the BSA the boy scouts, and we have girls from Livingston county as the first female scouts to join the B S A troop, I've got some questions about this particular story and checking in on our phone line. Now, the scoutmaster of this troop three ten in Pinkney, Michigan Heather Hudson. Now Pinkney is known for cheese to be sure as we stopped going up north on the I seventy five to get some. But now you kind of made news being the first. Scouts BSA with girls in it. Give us a little bit of the background as to how this unfolded, and what kind of impact it's having up there. And to those who are members of the troupe. Well warrant. Things are kind of exciting here in picky. We're all really excited about the new true. And I am hurt or assistant scout master with troops three twelve. Which is our linked true. So. A couple of different models. There's a all-girl troupe or you can have a link to which is the way we're doing things. So we have our three twelve which is all blade troop. And we have a troop three ten which is the all girl. True. We share a committee and are chartered organizational breath as well as yes assistant scout masters and all the troops trailer and all the gear. So for us troop three twelve it was an easy transition to make the decision. Start the girl. True. We had many. Well, there's girls right now and of them they've all had siblings. Either in a boy scout troop right or in our troop, specifically three twelve and they were watching what their brothers were doing things are. Well, the things they were doing and the places they were going, and they decided that they wanted to be a part of that. When the question I have and keep in mind, I'm the father of four daughters. But why wouldn't they want to be? And I know you were involved in scouting with your sons, but why wouldn't the girls wanna be in girl? Scouts. What is it about? The boy scouts are. Now BSA that they want to be part of. Well, like, I just said. These girls have been watching her brothers were doing right and the do the scouts BSA program. And maybe these girls are also in girl scouts and yet. They have also chosen part of the scouts BSA program. So it's really no different than them to saying they want to be part of a basketball team or volleyball team some of them on the swim team. It's all about choices and what they wanna do. And so some of the things that we've been doing and that your all the girls receive a nice from our the Lynch through twelve so we've gone over nice safety. How to whip infused rope. How to certifier safely? These are all things that the girls wanted to do. And they've been doing them in our meetings made them working at meal plan going Campo to do the shopping. So there. Campout just a really great program. And unfortunately, I don't know. What the girl scout program has to offer because I'm not part of that program, and I just know all the wonderful benefits at the scouts BSA program has to offer the one thing I saw suggested that the only thing for example, girl scouts couldn't. Get is a what was it? They kind of a leadership role and become what does that special thing in in the boy scouts were. They could become the eagle scouts go right there. That was the only thing I thought that girls couldn't achieve is be getting that eagle scout. Does have a gold award. And we in the boy scouts has the eagle scout award. And so now the girls that join starting your first in two thousand eighteen will have that opportunity to get the eagle scout award as well. Let me I was looking back and and recalling a story that I saw on good Morning America was two years ago when the boy scouts of America decided they were gonna change their name to BSA, and that they were thinking about having girls joined the BSA, and this was the breaking story. And I just and I know you mentioned, you know, a lot about the girl scouts, but listen to the breaking story that good Morning America ran about two years ago when this announcement came out, but leaders of the girl scouts are outraged in a strongly worded statement, they condemn the boy scouts move to include girls, telling ABC news the boy scouts. House is on fire instead of addressing systemic issues of continuous sexual assault, financial mismanagement and deficient programming. BSA senior management wants to add an accelerated to the house fire by recruiting girls. Girl scouts generate half of their annual revenue needs through those famous cookies selling two hundred million boxes a year, which generate almost a billion dollars in sales. No word if the scouts will attempt their own cookie franchise now, what what did you make a necessary thing that was like a two two years or so ago have there because obviously everybody was not on board on this decision for girls to join the boy scouts or the BSA. Oh, go ahead. No, you go ahead. Okay. It's interesting. You know, hearing that I just know what the scouts USA has to offer. And you know, I'm proud to say, it's a wonderful program. And that that's something that these girls have chosen to do. And you know, and I I don't really understand why everybody wants to, you know, make decisions for other people or tell these young ladies and their parents, what's right for them. Or what's not right for them. Or, you know, what type of program they want to be part of all I know is the scouts BSA, you know, once women and young men to join scouts BSA. And they're also, you know, backing them in any choices that they make join any type of program that they would like to join. So I don't really pay much attention to the media because a lot of attacked skewed one way or the other all I know is our cheap is really happy the parents and pick me you're really happy and everybody's proud of their sons and daughters, and it's gonna be a great achievement. When these girls reach the

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"livingston county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Watch never stops radio nine fifty. WBZ news time is one ten lawmakers in the US Senate and house of representatives convened for the first time in twenty nineteen that's going to be happening later on today. Michigan will have four new members in the congressional delegation. That's elisa's lock in Hayley Stevens. Andy Levin and Rashida to leap slacken defeated incumbent, Mike Bishop who talked with w J's Tom Jordan about his final week in office and the election to have thirty five billion dollars. Come in spent it's one of the most expensive races in the entire country. It happened in, you know, Oakland County Livingston county Ingham county USA, and it's just something you never expect to have happened. And hopefully, we'll figure out how to handle this. But until we can control the amount of money that comes in from out of the state ninety percent of it came in from out of the state. It really wasn't even my constituents that were partake. Disciplining they were just on the receiving end of this unending attack. I mean, every time you turn on the TV. It was just one thing after the next. So it was an onslaught. Yeah. Do you look back at your your Thomas, congress of you had a very eventful run? And you mentioned you being a target you physically? We're a target to play baseball practice in the shots were fired. But when you look back, do what do you think is the most? Valuable thing that you did while you're in congress the thing that you're most proud of. I will always be what we do for constituents. We we had so much success helping people, and what was up rake of of something had happened with our constituents with medical issues, or if we had a veteran come forward and need help. With a veteran issue, a senior we had so many successes in that regard. It was always a point of personal pride for me to have such a great group of people that I worked with who would out of their way every day and help people, and I think we have just an incredible record. People would come from different districts to our office for help because they knew how good we were. So that can be will always be my point of pride that's personal service. You know, you can get bills passed, but I've never teached successor any elected official based on the number of bills that they pass it just to me. It's not. The way you judge elected officials, but we're there to serve and I've I've probably what we did. And I'm I'm grateful for the opportunity to work with some really really good people any advice for your for alyssa's locking. I told I told her I you know, what I spoke with her. I said, oh, you don't wanna make sure that we pass alone. Our constituents and make sure that we make a smooth transition that we help people make that transition because it's not just the two of us. We've got to work with the people that have come to my office, and we haven't finished up, and and the open constituent files, but you know, I I think also I would say to her stay the course, you know, you you you made a a record of what you believe in now. Make everybody believe that. It's true. You know, if you're going to run it on on on a moderate tickets on a message, and you're going to pledge to do certain things stick with what you said you're going to do. And I think that it'll be successful. Because if she does what she says, she she's gonna do. I think it'll bring more civility back to the process, and that's really what's news, right. Yeah. Okay. What are your plans? Well, I you know, I spent most of my career in the private sector. Anyway, this transition won't be hard for me. I'm I'm prepared to go back, and I'm happy to go back. Do what I did before. Not sure exactly what that will be. But I'm putting that all together right now. And I'm excited for the next new challenge. That's former Michigan congressman Mike Bishop with WWF as Tom Jordan. The Marine Corps says the Novi man detained in Russia on espionage charges was convicted in two thousand eight court martial on charges related to larceny, forty eight year old Paul wheel it now facing up to twenty years in a Russian prison. If convicted of the charges of which his family says he's innocent. There's just no reason that I can think of that he would be detained by government. That's Paul's brother. David Paul runs. Global security for Auburn Hills based auto supplier borgwarner has been in custody since Friday in a statement released congresswoman elect Hayley Stevens of Michigan says she's been in contact with the wheel and family and has quote committed to working with them to bring Mr Wieland hall. Wsb News time is one fifteen..

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Michigan county fair attendees test positive for rare strain of swine flu

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

Michigan county fair attendees test positive for rare strain of swine flu

"Two cases of swine flu now confirmed here in Michigan among the first in the US this year two kids. Who attended the Fowlerville family fare last month contracted the virus from a sick pig. The Michigan department of health and human services confirmed that diagnosis today the kids are okay they did not have. To be hospitalized the. Virus is common among pigs, but normally does not

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The Newseum is selling "Fake News" merchandise

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05:19 min | 2 years ago

The Newseum is selling "Fake News" merchandise

"News and good. News this hour Grosse Pointe woods police say they have found a missing eighteen year old girl who's been gone. For more than a week shell bridges had been last seen wearing an. Insulin pump. At her home last Thursday her family were worried because they say she has illnesses and requires medications that. She didn't have on her police are saying that you may have been found in, the Waterford or Pontiac area. But not, saying exactly where but thankfully the search for this missing teen has come to an end the positives. And negatives, of. At home DNA tests Dr David Agathe talked with. Us on, CBS? This morning it's fun right you look at where your heritage are you park Neanderthal you. From Tagliani from northern Europe you can tell all of. That and people enjoy, that when you sign up, you put in your. Name have, the option to I mean you may find other relatives. A second or third cousin you never knew about because you have. Sex DNA similar to that, but when you sign up the first thing you do is you sign or you click the terms, of, service And the private agreements. This is that I, mean can you imagine anybody, that's ever read all. The stuff, I tried to read it in the green room and. I was asleep by page to go and so while there is, privacy and described here it's, very hard to understand or even read so are they selling our data yes period So this week it was, announced that one of, the companies sold their data. For three hundred million, dollars to a pharmaceutical company to develop drug well first of all this is twenty three, hundred twenty people opted in it's a yes you could use it for research using for research I'm? All excited if Harvard University is going to study and learn about a. Disease but a pharmaceutical company it's a very different story, the second part is is that. This is a select group of patients who can afford to do the, right and so do we want drug development only done on the haves and not on the whole population so. This was always the argument with. Something like twenty three and me let's say that died discover that. I have a. Disorder something that could then be disclosed and, then when I apply for a job that that, that employer says, I don't, want to appoint someone who has a chronic medical condition? Because that will drive up my medical costs insurance costs isn't that the worry so genome genetic. Nondiscrimination act said employers with more than fifteen employees, not small wants the large ones cannot discriminate. Based on genetics and so that's? Not, true For a life insurance that's not true for long term care but it, is true for employment in that regard so that way you're safe but you know look at the? Privacy side the Golden State killer is a fantastic example what the police. Did was they took DNA minister on the scene and, they sent it into one of. These companies and then they said who is he related to and then, they went to those relatives and they figured out who he was so what's amazing is is that you could. Send a DNA I could take. DNA from that coffee Cup and send it in and learn about Nora and so. What does that imply when you want to, don't give me that look I would not do it nor trust me Well, there when you apply for, a credit card you get all. Your identity but then you send a. DNA. You don't issues with those DNA tests, Dr David Angus speaking on CBS this morning Museum. That's all about journalism is selling fake news t shirts we get this story from CBS news correspondent Pat piper the Newseum is selling both make America. Great again hats, and fake news t shirts the nonprofit museums mission is to increase public understanding of the importance. Of a free press and the first amendment in an Email to the pointer, institute the. Museum says, the merchandise is an, example of, how the museum tries to foster environment, that encourages free speech they say the Maga an FBI hats. Are two of their best selling items Matt. Piper CBS news President Trump's one time campaign chairman Paul Manafort his trial continues as prosecutors lay out a pattern, of evasion and misreporting of his finances CBS news correspondent Paula Reid has been following the prosecution is trying to show how Manafort, earn tens of millions of, dollars from his lobbying work in. Ukraine but that money was allegedly deposited. Into offshore accounts and then allegedly laundered through Purchase a luxury. Goods all in an effort to avoid paying. Taxes the prosecution's star witness manafort's former business partner and former deputy Trump campaign chairman Richard gates is expected to, testify next week the defense has sought to blame gates for any illegal activity Sick pigs at a fair and Livingston county me of transmitted their virus to. Several people Lynch sought with the Michigan health department says to people who. Are at the, Royal family fair and we're exposed, to, the pigs, tested positive, for, influenza, a. It was, just days after, it was confirmed that those animals were sick with swine flu Sutton says those. Who got the flu. Shot are not necessarily, covered in this case the symptoms are very similar fever cough runny nose body aches nausea vomiting diarrhea but. Unfortunately like I said we know that it can cause some severe disease and how even healthy people and that includes, pneumonia it's up and, says are testing to see if the flu. Viruses found in the, pigs and the people are the same strain a few, more fair ten d.'s are also being tested. After reporting that they have come down with flu like symptoms Now time for sports on NewsRadio nine.

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01:18 min | 2 years ago

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"What's happening at six fifty one developing news Romulus police on the scene. Of a possible hostage situation this is happening at the corner of Wayne and wick roads. North of I ninety four we're told. It is an active situation the public being asked to stay faraway, suspects said to be armed are John. Hewitt is on the scene he'll have more in a. Live report at seven o'clock the mother of a little three year old boy found alone inside a. Parked car outside motor city casino early this morning. Has, been taken into custody police say the woman, was, gambling at, the time sick pigs affair and Livingston county bay of transmitted. Their virus to several people Lynn Sutton with a Michigan health department says to people, or at the Fowlerville family fair and exposed to the pigs. Tested positive for influenza a this was just. Days after it was confirmed those. Animals were sick with swine flu suck fan says those who got the flu shot or not. Necessarily covered by, it though in this. Case symptoms are very similar Fever cough. Runny nose body aches nausea vomiting diarrhea but unfortunately like I said we know that it can cause some severe disease and how. Even healthy people, and that includes pneumonia Says, they're testing to, see if the flu virus found in the pigs and the sick individuals are the same. Strain few more fair attendees also being tested.

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01:05 min | 2 years ago

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"After being exposed to sick pigs at a, fair last week several pigs at the Fowlerville family fair tested positive for. The swine flu shortly after two people in Livingston county or at the fair caught the, flu Len Sutton Michigan health department says they believe it was because of the exposure, to the pigs but they're doing further tests to confirm its the same strain was attendee in one may have. Been an exhibitor so obviously a lot more close contact. With, the swine, however you know if you were at the fair and you were in, that swine barn particularly if you are in one of those, high risk groups either folks that we really want to get this message out to because we want them to follow with, their healthcare provider if they are starting to feel Additional fair attendees also reporting flu like symptoms are being tested now you may want to check. That almond milk in your refrigerator could contain real milk. One, hundred forty, five thousand half gallons of vanilla almond breeze have been voluntarily recalled by, HP hood LLC because real milk maybe in the product which, is not listed allergen on the carton callback twenty eight states including Michigan company says.

Michigan governor and state dismissed from Flint water lawsuit

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02:33 min | 2 years ago

Michigan governor and state dismissed from Flint water lawsuit

"He do that I think you have to you have to have symbolic garden an ecosystem of what. A business, needs, capital training, examples, role, models So Tackles were trying to have all of those things in place with Gilbert and former NFL. Player Donnie Jones in a fireside chat at the national association of black journalists convention underway here in Detroit Gilbert also now that he is investing in a venture capitalist fund started by Jones defined minority owned tech companies in. Detroit Stephanie, Davis WW j. NewsRadio nine. Fifty several metro-detroit cities were under a tornado warning late Tuesday. Night and now we've learned that reports about a tornado have been confirmed NewsRadio nine. Fifty, sorry Huber with the latest national weather service says a tornado touchdown in Taylor near Southland mall on your Rica road at around twelve, forty four AM and for two minutes. Meteorologist Trent phrases damage to the three buildings in some trees was consistent with eighty mile an. Hour winds surveyors went to the area to assess that. Damage we look for the way that the damages. Spread, basically if you see some kind of chaotic nature to it or some kind of You know. Circular patterns to a indicates that its rotational damage no injuries were reported the last time a tornado touch down in that area was in garden city in nineteen eighty seven the last time metro Detroit thoughts her NATO was. In December, of two thousand fifteen in. The canton Plymouth area is a her Hoover w w j. NewsRadio nine fifty man it's just about fourteen hundred homes and businesses that are still. Without, power following those storms DTE energy says the outages are concentrated in western Wayne County the utility company says those without power should be, restored by late this morning at its. Peak it was thirty two thousand customers in the dark police are investigating a motorcycle accident that. Left one person with serious injuries the crash close westbound. Ninety six after m fifty nine near Howell Wednesday. Afternoon, Livingston county sheriff Mike Murphy says the victim has been hospitalized in critical condition A class action lawsuit in connection with the. Flint water crisis we'll be moving forward in federal court but not involving governor Rick Snyder a. One hundred twenty eight page opinion released Wednesday by federal Judge Judith Levy says the court action will move forward against twenty. One defendants including two former emergency managers attorneys for Flint residents say the state, violated people's constitutional. Rights when officials decided to move to the Flint.

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"livingston county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"livingston county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Who says his employees made it very clear they wanted to stay in pontiac lieutenant governor brian kelley pontiac mayor dear to water mini county executive bricks patterson will all be in attendance today i wish i had died those words from the livingston county man facing charges related to that horrific crash near how will in may that killed five people wwe gates pat by tally has more from the jailhouse interview matthew carrier sat down with a livingston daily telling the paper that ali remembers about the crashes waking up in a field with leg pain the 21yearold says he has overwhelmed by the impact of his actions and he wants the victim's families to know he has sorry that he would love to take it back but he can't carrier says before the accident he was at a party with friends and drank most of a fifth of botka investigators say carry was going about one hundred miles an hour when he ran a stop sign it argentine road amp fifty nine is blood alcohol content that night point one eighty now faces five counts of second degree murder the next court hearing is scheduled or next week path by tally wwtn newsradio nine fifty it's an update to a story that you heard first on wwtn green out township police say an eighteen year old from lansing drowned after falling off of a raft add springhill or spring mill pond in island lake in the recreation area investigators say the inflatable raft was out side the marked swim area and the team could not swim and wasn't wearing a life jacket the teen who hasn't been identified was at the park with his family for a party the livingston county dive team discovered his body in twenty four feet of water the historic motown mansion.

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