35 Burst results for "Los Angeles Police Department"
Los Angeles Police Dept. Statement Regarding Proposed Layoffs
"Los Angeles Police Department says proposed budget cuts would result in what they say are crippling reductions and officers and services that which would threaten public safety. In a statement posted to Twitter, l A. P D chief Michael Moore said the Michelle more that is, said the city's project, it projected $600 million shortfall may force public safety cutbacks that would devastate the department. Among walk protests. The city cut 150 million from the budget in July.
Los Angeles Police Department Set To Disband Special Units Due To City’s Financial Crisis
"Angeles say difficult cuts will be needed, including the shuttering of high profile units to put those officers back out on patrol. More from ABC is Alex Stone in L. A. Over those summer amid calls to defund the police. The L. A City Council voted to cut the LAPD budget and now amid current budget problems linked to Cove in 19. Chief Michael Moore is making cuts. In an internal memo obtained by ABC News. A chief says specialized units will have to be shuttered, including the sex assault section that has investigated high profile cases like Harvey Weinstein. Other LAPD units are being cut way back plus. Police will stop responding to some car crashes and minor incidents. Like Stone, ABC News
East Los Angeles Woman Gifted New Car After Old One Destroyed In Hate Crime
"A pretty nice gift from the Los Angeles Police Department. But after she had gone through so much, they gave her a brand new car. You see him there clapping for her is she was given the card. This was her car. The department posted this video of social media. Police say someone destroyed it. They believe gang members and some type of hate crime. Department decided to surprise her with that brand new sedan there. Thanks to help from several organizations, they were able to do it. Police have arrested a suspect by the way for the hate crime, but Certainly hope that makes her feel better.
Victim Of Hate Crime Receives New Car Thanks To Los Angeles Police Department Officers
"LAPD officers team up to buy the victim of a hate crime. A car applause from onlookers as the disabled 62 year old woman was handed the keys to her shiny, newer model Chrysler. Theo l. A Police Protection League badge of Hearts and East L. A auto sales pooled money together to replace her car. Her old one was destroyed by gang members with history of hate crimes towards people who are black. Captain Rex to Bill tells KNX. They also got one of the suspects were able to obtain a blood sample from the damage to the car. One of the suspects cut himself during while he's damaging the car. So we got a blood, no hit, and we also obtained latent prints from the car. Filed hate crime and gang enhancement. Charges to police also had enough money left over to buy the woman. A new wheelchair. Emily, Val DAYS KNX 10 70 News
LAPD declares unlawful assembly in downtown Los Angeles
"The Los Angeles Police Department says officers dispersed what LAPD officials called AH, large and unruly crowd elsewhere, Hundreds of people marched through streets in Raleigh, North Carolina, and Portland,
The Mysterious Death of Elisa Lam
"Was a sunny sixty six degrees when a Lisa, lamb arrived in Los Angeles on January twenty sixth two, thousand thirteen. It felt vastly different from the frigid winters back home in Vancouver Canada. Lisa was a student at the University of British Columbia. She had decided to spend her winter break traveling up the coast of California by train. This trip was a big opportunity for Lisa. She was fascinated by the film and fashion industries. So what better place to experience both then Los Angeles? Over the past year she'd gained some traction on her blog, a site where she discussed her favorite style and beauty trends. But Lisa also opened up to her followers about her personal life. At Lisa's parents were a recent theme in her blog. They had immigrated from Hong Kong Years Prior, and we're particularly worried about their daughter traveling through America alone. But at least had promised to call them every day to check in operating on a student's Budget Lisa booked a cheap hotel in downtown. Los Angeles about a twenty minute walk from union station. It was called these stay on main, but it used to go by a more infamous title the Sicel Hotel. When Hotel Your William Hanner built the Sel in nineteen, twenty four, he installed its marble lobby stained glass windows and Parisians. Sure. Hanner hoped these ornate features would attract socialites and businessman five years later, the Great Depression hit and over the following decades, the property fell victim to the economic disaster. While glamorous visitors continued to stay at the C. Soul in the nineteen thirties and forties. By the time World War Two had passed most guests were transients or low income citizens of the city. The neighborhood surrounding the hotel gradually became known as skid row it streets hosted thousands of homeless citizens. Skid row grew to be the epicenter of criminal and drug activity in Los, Angeles and the seasonal hotel was at the heart of it. Countless sexual assault cases, several murders, and over a dozen suicides have happened behind its doors Elizabeth short more famously dubbed. The Black Dahlia was rumored to have had a drink at the hotel the night of her murder in January nineteen, forty seven. Whether. Or not. She actually stepped foot into the sea soul her body was found only blocks away. In. One thousand, nine, hundred, sixty to a guest named pauline in dough from the ninth storey window landing on a passer-by. Both people died. In the Nineteen Eighties serial killer Richard Ramirez better known as the night stalker lived at the hotel during one of his murder sprees in return there each night after committing his crimes. It's unclear whether a lease, a new, the properties history, but the neighborhood didn't sound any alarms for her. On January twenty eighth her third day in Los Angeles she checked into the hostile style shared room at the newly rebranded stay on main hotel. On January twenty sixth and Lisa updated her blog. She seemed excited about going to a speakeasy at discreet cocktail lounge where she planned to catch some live jazz. Her next update shared some concerning news. She said she lost a cell phone that evening keyword being A. She wrote that the phone wasn't hers but had been borrowed from a friend. It's not entirely clear if Lisa had another device on hand or needed to borrow this one because her own phone was broken. She had a laptop with her to her blog but complained about the bad WIFI in the hotel. On January thirty, first, a Lisa was switched from shared dormitory to a private room. According to the Hotel Management Elisa's roommates had filed complaints about her odd behavior. Just what this behavior was is unclear even so at Lisa's trip appeared otherwise uneventful until January thirty first, which was supposed to be her final day in Los Angeles. She was due to check out the next morning on the thirty first she visited a bookstore close to the hotel. The shots manager said she spoke to a Lisa who seemed to be in good spirits. At, Lisa told her that she was buying gifts for her family. She was also looking for a book that wouldn't be too heavy to carry on her journey. According to the police the bookseller was one of the last people Lisa had contact with. When a Lisa's parents didn't hear from her that evening they called the Los Angeles Police Department in a panic. Lisa had been checking in daily.
Police Looking For ‘Armed And Dangerous’ Suspect Who Stabbed Los Angeles Metro Employee To Death
"In L. A metro employees been stabbed to death at a rail station in downtown L. A police say they're now looking for a woman who's either white or Hispanic. Between 25 30 years old Los Angeles Police Department says the woman got into an argument with the metro worker late Friday night. She was last seen exiting the B Red Line at Theseventy Street Metro station, pushing what police say is a distinctive green bicycle.
Los Angeles Police Department facing challenges meeting hiring goals amid civil unrest
"The Los Angeles Police Department says it has faced challenges meeting hiring goals, especially in the wake of civil unrest and the attitude some people have toward police work. LAPD's top brass told police commissioners. They expect 100 retirements come January within the department and that they do have a goal of hiring more women and minorities are goal is still to continue, You know, 100 African American officers and increased in hiring for for women includes about 131 deputy chief Bai is along with chief more talking with commissioners about these goals and how they plan to achieve them to focus lawfully but significantly on Africa America And women as our applicant pool. Everyone will be qualified. They also talked about obstacles specifically money within the upcoming fiscal year. LAPD has enough money to hire just 251 new sworn officers.
Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City, Los Angeles among several major cities seeing a surge in homicide cases this year
"Shattered a window and Pierce the head of a 10 year old girl in her home in Chicago. She died at a hospital Sunday morning. A toddler just 20 months old and strapped to a carseat was shot in the chest in Inglewood, while his mother drove home from a laundromat. Over the weekend, More than 60 people were shot 14 of them fatally in 49 shooting incidents in the Windy City alone. Chicago is among several major cities experience a big spike in shootings and homicides so far this year shooting incidents in Philadelphia. You are up 57% from last year in Milwaukee homicides, up 95% In the first week of July alone, the Los Angeles Police Department reported that homicides increased 250% and New York City has seen a 44% spike in shootings this year. Then, during the same period in 2019. Police believe the surgeon gun violence on a combination of the early release of people from jail during the pandemic and the fact that police are being defunded. For use a
Los Angeles - Rapper Megan Thee Stallion Says She Was Shot Over The Weekend
"Megan. The stallion says she was shot multiple times over the weekend. She made the revelation after the Los. Angeles Police Department said Rapper Tori lanes was arrested, following a shots fired investigation and incident she was. was reportedly present
Police can't access Los Angeles PD gang database records after scandal
"Shutting the Los Angeles Police Department out of a program into track gang members is a statewide database used by many police departments of suspected gang members across California known as Cal Gang. LAPD has admitted to misuse of this database entering people a suspected gang members without reasonable suspicion that they're gang members. Attorney General Javier or Bashira says that the Department of Justice for California Has blocked files entered by Los Angeles police officers. Nearly 80,000 people are in the Cal gang database. 1/4 of them entered by LAPD Chief Michael Moore's acknowledged the flawed data entered by LAPD and has cooled his department's use of the cow gang
Senior Los Angeles Police Dept. Detention Officer Erica McAdoo Dies Of Complications From COVID-19
"Angeles police are mourning the first death in their ranks due to the Corona virus. Pandemic tweeted announcement The LAPD says it is with extreme sadness at the Los Angeles Police Department is reporting the tragic passing of senior detention officer Erica McAdoo from complications. You DeKoven 19. McAdoo passed away Friday.
Los Angeles PD Senior Detention Officer Dies From Complications Related to COVID-19
"Erica, back into senior detention officer with the Los Angeles Police Department has died from complications related to Corona virus back. Adu died yesterday and is believed to be the first lap the officer to die from covert 19 the disease caused by the virus. LAPD says there are 287 department employees who are currently at home after having been exposed to or having tested positive for Corona virus.
Senior Detention Officer Dies Of Complications From COVID-19, Los Angeles Police Dept. Announces
"Erica, back into senior detention officer with the Los Angeles Police Department has died from complications related to Corona virus back. Adu died yesterday and is believed to be the first lap the officer to die from covert 19 the disease caused by the virus. LAPD says there are 287 department employees who are currently at home after having been exposed to or having tested positive for Corona virus.
Technology Helps Train Police Officers
"Around the country for the past few weeks, protests have erupted over the killing of George Floyd. The arrests kindle renewed outrage over the deaths of black Americans like Brianna Taylor Eric Garner Michael Brown among many others and the mistreatment of people of Color by police. The protests have also sparked and national reckoning for many police departments. They've been trying to reduce the use of lethal force and improve accountability among other things through training. From The Wall Street Journal this is the future of everything I'm Janet Baben. Today on the show we'll consider the future of police training with virtual reality technology. What's most powerful about the are? You're able to create worlds and circumstances and experiences that you wouldn't be able to create in the real world that can help you shift your perspective, which is really different than a training. We'll speak with researchers about how the brain perceives are and whether it can address bias. Notwithstanding or conscious beliefs or conscious convictions, and we'll talk about why a future developments in Vr police training may fall short. Tell me why you shot. Shot because he was within that zone, you know I felt there was leased departments have long used actors playing and instructional videos to train officers to deal with real life scenarios, but this can be. Pricey and not very realistic. People who make and sell virtual reality say the technology can improve training. If you play video games. You're probably familiar with VR. It's been around for a while, but we asked Wall Street Journal attack video game reporter Sara Needham, in to explain virtual reality is all encompassing. It's a matter of hardware so when you put on APR headset. Everything you see up down left right turnaround. Everything is in there virtual world one hundred percent. You cannot see anything else, so you feel very immersed the main difference between VR other video simulations you can actually interact with this computer generated three D world. It's so. That Sarah says you can get sucked in and lose yourself. I experienced this myself. playing a racing game where I was sitting down very low, and we felt like a cockpit of a vehicle, and as we went around the turns, I literally felt like we were going to crash into the wall, because I wasn't driving very well, and it scared me. For Police. It's not about the thrill or fear of race track. It's about learning how to lean into the fear and still be able to deal with it calmly. If you feel like you've done something before been in a situation before. You're better at knowing how to react. You can practice your actions in these potentially life, threatening situations and hopefully resolve altercations peacefully. We'll talk more about this in just a bit. It's one of the reasons that some of the biggest law enforcement groups in the country like the Los Angeles. Police Department are turning to Vr. The LAPD has a history connected to police, misconduct and misuse force. In Nineteen ninety-one. Were caught on tape brutally beating motorist Rodney. King a black, man. The officers acquitted of criminal charges sparking riots in Los Angeles. In the early two thousands. The department was put under Federal Investigation for. Engaging in a pattern or practice of excessive force, false arrests and unreasonable searches and seizures, the government came in with what's known as a consent decree to change the culture in the LAPD. Dr. Lou Pinella joined the department in the middle of all that in two thousand five. The Rodney King incident put a laser focus on LAPD, tactics and training as well. I believe that we have continued to expand on that every year, both by how we work with our community and the training that we offer. She's the director of Police Training and education at the LAPD and she revamped its training. Process Department currently trains officers with something called a forced option simulator. It's often referred to as first generation. VR says it trains police in real life scenarios you walk into a room and one walls, completely blank and on their, we will project a scenario that an officer has to handle. Handle, it could be anything from a person in a park to a bank robbery to an office scenario, workplace violence scenario, something like that and officers will get a call, and they'll come into the room and and try to respond to what is in front of them. In the meantime, there's a instructor at the back of the room who be on a computer. Computer and as the scenario unfolding, they are able to branch in different directions, where either the officers are calming, the situation down, or it becomes more difficult to handle
Los Angeles City Council votes to slash LAPD budget by $150 million
"Los Angeles Police Department's budget is being cut by $150 million. The 12 to 2 vote comes as city leaders continue to face activist calling for major cuts, The department will likely see staffing levels at their lowest point in a dozen
Budget cuts will take Los Angeles Police Dept. ranks below 10,000 officers
"The Los Angeles City Council is cutting the Los Angeles Police Department's budget by $150 million. Ellie's school police are also seeing major cuts. The number of officers in both departments will drop
“SAFE LA Task Force” created by Los Angeles Police Department
"Say Fella Taskforce is calling on the public to help solve crimes that were committed during the recent protests against police brutality and racial injustice. Most of the protests were peaceful, but several spun out of control when demonstrators in what police have described as opportunist, committed acts of vandalism and violence. This case your W's Kelly Wells reports, authorities unveiled a new Web page today for the public to leave tips. About those crimes. Local officials formed the task force earlier this month, and it includes police from Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, and torrents as well. A zealous city's fire department and the FBI. L A P D says that since the taskforce started, they've investigated hundreds of assault, attempted murders, arsons and looting incidents and made several arrests. Now, law enforcement is turning to the public to find additional suspects. The website shows photos of people from surveillance video breaking into buildings or destroying property and law enforcement is offering up to $10,000 for credible tips. You confined the photos at LAPD online dot org's slash, Say fella tips or on instagram at safe Lha tips.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on 790 KABC
"At all the jobs that were taken from the early nineteen nineties save that taxi driver in history while that that is really interesting and you knew there had to be some reason why the Green Line doesn't go to the airport that is the reason Dr drew that is the reason and you know the birds have done a lot to roll in the taxi drivers and the taxi drivers are heavily heavily regulated by the city there has been the right hand they didn't have the chart by the city and many of the politicians are trying to get that back because it's a big cash cow for them and and and you know what they're doing is they're doing it at the expense of uber over I work for the Los Angeles Police Department for thirty years than ever and the taxi industry with heavily regulated and usually have a lot of the strip clubs and stuff they have what was called bandit taxi cab that would pull up and take people where they wanted to go these workshops that were either license in other cities are not license at all but the work life by the city of LA and they the city the Los Angeles Police Department your CPAP bandit cab who go ahead I took out of yeah to get these bad the cabs out of the city and this is just an extension of that they're trying to reclaim the lobbyists and reclaim the taxi drivers from Los Angeles I gotta tell ya I can this is talk all day may be the more you talk the more disgusted again by the situation is the city and state and it's it more defies me I gather gone wherever they yeah where the journalists wired the journal is reporting stuff like this because the journalists there in the pockets of the policy right we have no journalism in Los Santos was Joe yeah all right Gerry thank you very much man.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"This is Chris joined in studio with nobody. And Mark and nobody formerly the artist formerly formerly known as Rich Paul there, you go. Bug with political and Certes. Formerly known exactly with aspirins of political change rich has decided to change his name to nobody with the hopes that nobody will be voted for and view of the choice would you vote for your current politicians? Or would you vote for nobody? I think it's a good idea. I'm game. Nobody hopes nothing happened. This is just confusing. So is isn't it? I think I might quite mad by the time. I'm done with the shirt. Very bad is Ben Shapiro? Ben Shapiro has been facing some threats Mark you have more on that story. I mean, those don't who don't know Ben Shapiro is. He's become pretty wildly popular in the last couple years conservative commentator, young guy, and apparently somebody was threatening him. So the story here from Fox News. I mean. Yeah. Well, a man was arrested in Washington state on Wednesday after reportedly making death threats against conservative talk show, host bench Pero. Shapiro told Fox News he couldn't comment on pending legal proceedings, but confirm the situation as reported by TMZ on Twitter thanking law enforcement for their quick and hard work here. The suspect reportedly threatened both Shapiro and his family sources told the outlet the threats were extremely serious Spiro who currently serves as editor in chief of the daily wire and hosted an election show on Fox News last year filed a report with Los Angeles Police Department related to the threats according to TMZ. So the suspect was arrested in Washington state. The filed a report with Los Angeles Police Department, I don't know where this Sapiro guy lives. But my presumption is that he filed it with the organization in the town. He lifts one would think so I I don't know. Maybe he lives in Chicago and filed it with the police department for over at all. But either they didn't pick him up and L LA the perpetrator. So. I guess there's a little tour here about the hat that Shapiro was wearing in the picture. And that's really about it. It was a joint task force with the FBI and the agency along with the FBI reported creating joint task force to search for the suspect, and that's it. So I wanna know why does law enforcement spring into action and bring down this guy who I would imagine threatens Shapiro relatively recently compared to the guy who's been threatening me and my family for five years. That's a good point. And they. I mean, you know, the I was told by the police department when I reported locally that I needed to call the folks in Phoenix as though I need to know where the person who is threatening me is. So then I called the Phoenix department. They told me they would have to investigate right? It'd be too much police work. That's I suspect as the reason. And so I called the Phoenix police department. They told me sorry. We can't do anything you have to go to your local police department. So I dropped it for a little while that I called a lawyer in Phoenix to get a restraining order on the onset person. Right. Just so that if they contact me, no contact order, if they contacted me again, I'd be able to say, look he broke this law too. Right. As family isn't enough. I wonder what the keen police thought the air Zona police were going to do. All. Yeah. We'll send a couple of guys right over to take notes. Shrug their shoulders. I mean. It's it's obviously if he's in less, you're going era Zona the police knowing that this guy is is threatening. You really isn't useful. Because the concern is that he would actually come here and do it. So it really was the Kean Kean believe I don't know who supposed to do it. And it's not Jon call the police, right? But the question of why does why do police jump into action when it's Ben Shapiro and not when it's Mark edge. And a what heroes got a lot of money. And that means they're getting a lot of phone calls. Well, what what's going to happen is they are going to get lots of press and and police are motivated by things like the opportunity for good press. Right. That is a motivating factor there also motivated by personal relationships. I'm known as somebody who critiques law enforcement here on free talk live true. And I'm also known as a Free State or locally and thanks to my co host. Ian that is a bit of a pejorative in town. And you know, I imagine these guys. Really think I mean, certainly there's there for some it is. But there was a time when police law enforcement in New Hampshire is taking bets on how many free staters they can arrest who get the most of that doesn't that doesn't surprise me. It didn't it. Well, it didn't do the most good really the keen police were. I mean, they've always been in my experience the most decent. They may be the most decent. I don't know. I haven't had a lot of experience with police outside of keen. But the experience that I've had in New Hampshire with police has largely been teen. And I've had them stopped me while recording a police encounter. I've had them. You know, I've had them basically dropped the ball on a case where they were investigating vandalism. My car that was done here in the studio. You know, they they. I can tell you. Stuff going on or or it happens to you. We should form a coupla squad. I don't wanna go bother these people. And I suspect you they're getting what they want right. And I just want them to do their job. They get paid very very well pick up. I mean, this this sergeant you loss I called in twenty fifteen and I can give you the date and the time I actually posted on my Facebook page. This sergeant you last wouldn't take the time to look at the Facebook page where I record for the last five years this mouth, breathing Dullard and his is threats on my family here. I'm quoting from March twentieth. This has quotation marks around it. I'm gonna hurt your family. Is what he says to me. It's right there on free talk live. I've got the date listed. I'm gonna hurt. You vincent. He's talking about a co host here. He says, I can't wait. Yes. Vincent. He hates everybody. Hating Vincent's leg hating puppy. You're talking about you're talking about. You're applying rationality irrational situation. I couldn't tell you know, that prevents us from hating puppies. The irrational that makes us love them. I am only tangentially related like I've I've been a co host here we've taken some calls from this individual, and I have faced page upon page of tirades from this guy. There's no rationality here. And I do think he is dangerous. Now, the reason why various that he just doesn't mess with me. I'm going to repeat this one more time. It's because you're not Ben Shapiro. And it's because these guys want things they can brag about I'm talking about the police. They want to go home at the end of the day and say, Honey. I had to work. The Ben Shapiro case. I'm gonna brag to my buddies. When I go bowling, we're working on the bench apparel case. Nobody's going to brag about the Mark edge. They aren't I would I wouldn't occur with you. And I think that that's just goes to show that you know, some animals are more equal than others this little farm, and I would argue that that should be the case to some extent. I mean, when you think about it consider an end cap protection agency, if you pay them more for your policy than they're going to devote more energy to getting you back because they want you to keep paying this. But this particular protection agency won't let me protect myself, this particular organization will enforce the felon in possession of firearms statutes that exist in tell me, I can't own a gun. But at the same time, they won't log onto a computer and look at a page. I asked him to look at. Yeah. All they are collectors of protection money. There's police right now that are listening to the show. We know they call all the time that aren't going to do anything about this case. Well, I got to say to you guys. There's a there's gonna come a time when there's a revolution in this country officers, and guess what it's none of your business lawn. There's a right to revolution. Which means that if and when there is a revolution. It's law enforcement Studi to stand down and let the military handle it. If anybody has any questions about this. Please look go to Facebook look up things.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Live now to the press conference downtown LA about this domestic terror plot. Chief of Los Angeles Police Department, Michael Moore. Chief Robert Luna, the Long Beach police department. NCIS special agent charge Garrett wall. Captain Darren Harris, Los Angeles County sheriff's department and Lieutenant Thomas Giandomenico feel the criminal complaint. Charging a San Fernando Valley man with plotting terror attack designed to inflict mass casualties at a political rally that took place in Long Beach this past Sunday. The complaint charges. Mark Stephen Dominica Domingo's the twenty six year old resident of recedo with a felony offensive providing and attempting to provide material support to terrorists Mr. Domingo's the United States army. Former United States army soldier who served in Afghanistan. And also a recent convert to Islam. Mr. Dominguez was scheduled to make his initial appearance today at two o'clock in federal court here in Los Angeles. Members of the J TTF specifically special agents with the FBI and officers of the Los Angeles. Police department arrested Mr. Dominguez Friday night after he finalized plans to conduct his terrorist attack. He was taken into custody after you took receipt of what he thought were pressure cooker bombs, and after he traveled to Long Beach to survey the site where he intended to wear his intended victims were to congregate. Mr. Dominguez had requested the construction of improvised explosive devices, which he planned to use the attack he allegedly purchased several hundred three inch long nails to be used as shrapnel specifically because the nails were long enough to penetrate, the human body and puncture internal organs. But fortunately, the I E DS that he planned to use more actual bombs. They were hurt devices provided by the FBI that posed no danger to the public. There were delivered by person. Mr. Domingo's flaw was a confederate. But who was in fact, an undercover law enforcement officer. I want to emphasize that there is no ongoing threat to the public related to this matter. There are no known co-conspirators Mr. Dominguez was under constant surveillance by authorities as he prepared his attack. In short. This is a case in which law enforcement was able to identify a man consumed with eight and bent on mass murder and stop him before he could carry out his attack. Nevertheless, the criminal case outlines a chilling terrorism plot that developed over the past two months and targeted innocent Americans that he expected together this past weekend. At times. Mr. bingo, said that he wanted to kill Jews as they walked to synagogue. At other times. He said he wanted to kill and target police. Officers attack a military facility or or attack crowds at the Santa Monica. Pier. He even wanted to murder a neighbor, which she could which he said could serve as a prelude to a much larger attack. All of these plans were related to Mr. Domingo's, stated belief in violent jihad and that Americans should pay for attacks on Muslims around the world. Following the attack at two mosques in New Zealand last month. She wrote quote, there must be retribution unquote. Earlier Mr. Domingo wrote quote, America needs another Vegas event, unquote, referring to the two thousand seventeen mass shooting in Las Vegas that killed fifty nine people. Mr. Dominguez repeatedly spoke about becoming a martyr at one point. He said he would pledge allegiance to ISIS if they managed to create a presence in the United States. The criminal complaint describes how the FBI learned of Mr. Domingo's online support for violent jihad and his aspirations to conduct a terrorist attack in the Los Angeles area. In response. The JT TTF introduced an undercover source who had a series of meetings with Mr. tobacco and recorded conversations to document is plants the terror plot culminated with plans to bomb innocent people causing dozens of deaths and serious injuries as detailed in the criminal complaint over the past week. Mr. Domingo finalized, his plans and took specific steps to implement the terrorist plot. He drove to multiple stores to purchase the nails that were to be placed inside the eye and made sure they were delivered to the purported bombmaker further offering to buy additional parts for the I if needed. Inspected remote control devices that he hoped could be used to detonate the bombs from a distance. He even considered a backup plan to target another political rally in the case that the primary target Long Beach was cancelled or delayed, even as he lamented that the backup site was in an open location, which would impact which would minimize the impact of the blast. According to court documents, Mr. Dominguez carefully considered implementing the plan specifically saying he wanted to sleep on it for a few days. He then gave the final go-ahead last Thursday and the dummy bombs were delivered Friday evening during a final meeting with two hundred cover operatives Mr. dimicco received instructions on how to detonate devices he believed to be bonds, and then he drove to purported confederates to Long Beach where they walked around the area of the planned rally to find places to plant the bombs for crowds would likely gathered in order to inflict the maximum number of deaths. He was arrested shortly thereafter. This case demonstrates the value of the joint terrorism task force in the cooperative efforts of federal and local law enforcement agents, six diligent work by the FBI was the first step in uncovering and ultimately disrupting a terrorist plot that had the potential to cause significant bloodshed. From there all levels of law enforcement worked together to uncover. And disrupt. The plot that sought to do significant damage to the people of the United States. Well, we always have to remain vigilant. We can always all sleep a little bit better knowing that the FBI in our local law enforcement agencies are working around the clock to keep us safe. We owe an enormous debt of gratitude to all of our law enforcement officers for stopping this terrorist in his tracks. Thank you at this time. I'd like to turn it over especially charge Ryan. Yeah. We're listening to a news conference from the US attorney's office. They have arrested a guy that they say was planning a bomb attack on a political rally in the Long Beach over the weekend. This is a good day for law enforcement too often police officers in agents responding to attacks on vulnerable groups, whether innocently attending a concert attending classes or praying in their respective houses of worship it's not inconceivable that I'd be standing here today beginning my remarks by offering condolences to victims of a horrific attack. But not today this word attack can be attributed to the excellent law enforcement efforts by many departments assigned to the joint terrorism task force. I'd like to say up front behalf of all the partners undertake TTF that we have no information suggesting there isn't any known credible threat to south southern California. For the past month or so since establishing that Mr. Domingo post a credible threat to any number of targets. We have conducted surveillance around the clock thoroughly investigated insured intelligence with our partners. Investigators expertly crafted and undercover scenario took ten evidence and to safely take dimicco into custody. Well, we can't get can't discuss all of the aspects of this case at this time because of the ongoing investigation, I can tell you that you can be proud of the joint terrorism task force and the law enforcement professionals at all levels of the government who collectively reach successful conclusion. Some of the partners should contributed to a great deal of resources to me up here on the podium today. They were partners in this case from inception in contributed significantly sources. Resolve this investigation. Some of the young people in cases like this or the line agents. Detectives the bomb technicians surveillance teams technical teams analysts in the mini others who manage the various moving parts since the minute the JT f- established a credible threat. To the to the defendants intentions, we covered them twenty four seven at no time where we in the dark. We thoroughly investigated as the undercover case was built and saw evidence of any potential assistance. He may be receiving physically financially or otherwise. I'd like to speak briefly about the motivation while there's a great need a great deal of detail in the criminal complaint. That will inform you I will point out the we are continued to process the an exploit his digital media and Connecticut interviews of associates close to him. Through the process will paint a clear picture of what motivated, but this time we believe he was conducting attack to weaken the United States and retaliate against Americans for what he perceived to be violence incurred by US actions around the world. It dish in the defendant expected expressed a desire to retaliate for the New Zealand attack defendant claimed he would swear allegiance to ISIS if they formed in the United States in praise the leader of ISIS L Baghdadi recorded conversations with the source talked about attacking churches, Jews police and military officers. It's not always simple to put an ideology into a distinct category, particularly when you're dealing with an alleged criminal behavior. And in many cases, a perverted view of the world and twisted interpretation of religion. Enclosed like to provide an update on the investigation following the arrest Friday evening by the FBI swat team. Investigators conducted a search of the subjects residence and vehicle during the search three of the known firearms belonging to the subject, we're located including a century arms. Wassenaar arrangement. AK forty seven style rifle a Tulsky corruption SKS semi-automatic rifle and as a STA and forty-eight both actual additionally J TTF, investigators found ammunition, high capacity, magazines and numerous large fireworks these items were seized as part of the digital evidence. And the fireworks were turned over to the special agent bomb technicians in the firearms were turned over to FBI firearms destructors for further analysis. We're releasing a photograph of Domingo in the event anyone has information that might assist the JT in this investigation, bingo with an active duty US army infantry. Assigned to Fort Campbell Kentucky, and then spent time in the military. He was deployed deficit Afghanistan for four months in the fall of two thousand twelve he's twenty six years of age and a resident of Reseda agents have reviewed online post in which the Mingo described his support for violent jihad and his aspiration to conduct an attack in the Los Angeles area. Anyone with information relative to the allegations? We're announcing today urged to contact joint terrorism task force. We can be reached twenty four hours a day at three one zero four seven seven six five six five. Thank you. I'd like to introduce chief Michael Moore, Los Angeles Police Department. Thank you Ryan and to just turning HANA Istan here as a member of the local law enforcement network of the fabric of Los Angeles of men and women of of of local law enforcement that finds it not just a privilege, but an honor to work alongside our federal estate counterparts. Today is an example of a number of things one of which is the complexity of the violence in which we deal with. Secondly, is that the framework that our government has put together in the aftermath of nine eleven. Is working that the investment in agencies sharing information working together towards the common goals of keeping our communities safe rely upon.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on KCRW
"American Airlines says it will continue canceling ninety flights a day on the max through June fifth and United Airlines has also pulled the max off the schedule until the same date. United flies the max nine this is NPR news from Washington. You're listening to KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer. The Los Angeles Police Department is doing away with a program that uses data to predict where crimes might occur and who is likely to commit them. Critics say so called predictive policing is biased against people of color today. The chief of the LAPD expected tell the department civilian oversight panel daily police commission, he scrapping this particular use of crime data KCRW, Jenny Hamill has. The story activists say predictive policing unfairly targets blacks and Latinos that outcry led to the LAPD suspending its chronic offender program back in August, that's where the department assigned points to people based on past criminal history. The problems were further outline last month in fifty two page audit by the LAPD inspector general Mark Smith who found that most of the people identified as chronic offenders had few if any actual contacts with police ahead of his reports the police commission chief Michael Moore since a memo to the Commissioner stating that the department will not use programs that don't work and will attempt to quote identify new or emerging ideas that hold promise. More also says he plans to increase oversight by developing precision, policing manuals to be completed the summer for KCRW, I'm Jenny Hamel. The LA county board of supervisors is expected to take critical vote today on a proposed designed for the alley county museum of art or lack Ma KCRW's obscene. Artsy has more on. On that lack? Mas leaders want to tear down four county owned buildings on the miracle, mile campus and replace them with a sandy colored single-story building that spans Wilshire boulevard, the six hundred and fifty million dollar designed by noted Swiss architect, Peter's tour has been attacked by critics as too costly and too small, but lack director Michael goven, tough KCRW's design and architecture that the renderings don't tell the full story of the project nothing of the experience of building. And you don't an architect creates an image. She wanted architect creates an experience because experience in time and three dimensional space. The supervisors are scheduled to vote today to certify the final environmental impact report for the new Lakme building. If they signed off that frees up nearly one hundred twenty million dollars in county funds or about one fifth of the total cost. The rest of the money will come from private donations supervisors are also set to vote on whether to approve the proposed design and to authorize the demolition of the existing. Buildings for KCRW. I'm office artsy. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. And from the financial services firm of Raymond James, offering personalized wealth management advice and banking capital markets expertise along with the legacy.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Ma'am. There's a shooting at the Gable house. Bowling alley on Friday night right before midnight group of women got into a fight. Then the guy's got involved. And one of the guys was an ex con legislating and brought a gun to them fistfight. Am three people were killed three men all fathers with young kids are now dead over what a fight at a bowling alley. A really dumb thing to do. Right. A lot of lives changed forever. Well, I asked you earlier is did the Torrance police department who caught the guy with the swat team. Do they have their own swat team or do? They utilize the sheriff's department of LAPD officer. Dana Monday was with is with us. He is a good pal of mine, and he was fifteen years with the Torrance police department. He's with us. Dana. How are you, sir? Well, Tim what what was your highest ranking it tonight? Hey, thanks for calling him. And appreciate what was your highest rank in there. In torrence. I remain a police officer the whole time. I'm the kind of guy who love being out in the field for you and being hands on. And now that I kind of guy describes my career. I was not a paper pusher. But let me correct you on one thing with the police department in different capacities for almost thirty two years and the last fifteen years of my career, I spent as part of our swatting. Okay. So they do other on swatting. Yes. We do. But. Has a swat team did just designated swat team. I imagine Torrance cops do other things. Yes. Yes. And most most small to medium sized agencies. Do in fact have their own swat. But there is a collateral assignment. And as you say, you know, you can't really dedicate that kind of manpower to the swat team on a full-time basis horns never needs it. Well, that's that's very rarely. Thank god. Yeah. They do. They do a lot of high risk search warrants and a lot of felony arrest warrants, which I'm sure that's what transpired when the suspect was arrested. They were they were serving a felony arrests more trip. Let me ask you question when when Torrens cops have to leave their city the city of Torrens, which they protect and do a great job, and they have to go into Los Angeles. Either LA county LA city, maybe Culver city to get a guy. Are they obligated to tell the local police department? They're looking for a guy and going after him. Well, it's it's pretty much common practice, and the reason for that, obviously is is for safety more than anything else. Because if something occurs where there's loud noises, there's gunfire. There's slash bangs or whatever. Obviously the the local agency where this is occurring. Their phones are going to be ringing off the hook. So so usually they they allocate officers to be in the area. Just just to keep the the watch commander reprise of what's going on. And then we don't really meet up with one or two of the other agencies, and then can share some of the information that we have. So they have a better understanding of what we're dealing with. I say, okay. And how how big is the Torrance swat team when I was on the team we had about twenty five officers that were part of the team because because you have officers. That are assigned to a lot of different specialties as part of the team, including the entry team and the gas grenadiers who introduced tear gas. If necessary. And then the snipers, and so I had the opportunity to kind of worked my way through all of those things, and which made it very very interesting. A lot of very very good training did now. I think if if I'm not mistaken here, and I've read this and people have told me the chief Daryl gates was the creator of swat is that correct? You know, he was probably instrumental in in the creation of it, especially as it involved in Los Angeles Police Department, but but you know, the, I I think one of the big biggest events that I can recall. Yeah. That really prompted more more emphasis on the on the Neto swat for for all agencies was that incident in the Texas university tower shooting in about nineteen sixty six because he's officers were responding and they had nothing but the regular patrol year to try to handle that kind of a situation. So it really is a specialty deal and the members of the swat team, you know, are geared up and and prepared for it. I mean, they wear special vests, and and a lot of a lot of important tactical gear, which keeps them as safe as possible under the circumstances. You know, the acronym. I think you misspoke when you told me earlier on the phone for you said it stands for studs with weapons and tactics. No, no. That's exactly what it says. The weapons and tactics. Right, exactly. Special weapons and tactics. But you know, when you're on the swat team, and you know with with Torrance exit is a smaller police department. How many sworn officers when you were there when I was there we had almost two hundred and fifty that's pretty big. Yeah. I think they're down to because they still civilianized some of the positions officer used to fill and just you know, as a money making money saving deal. And I think we're down to around two fifteen to twenty now. But when you're a swat, you could get a call twenty four hours a day, and you had to respond. That's correct. Yep. Did that ever happen? Oh, yeah. Yeah. We had a number of calls. It. Result of the things that happen spontaneously from shooting or like this Gable house. I'm sure you've been to Gable house a million times a million times. And, you know, thank thank God. We've never had a situation like that occur prior to this incident. What has always been a safe family oriented place? I didn't see him over there. Well, he was there a lot back when he did, you know, when he was really into karaoke. Yeah. I been there only once or twice in my life and the family owns it could have been nicer, and it's a great family atmosphere. And I hope they don't lose any business over something like this because as you know, quite often when a restaurant or bar is shot up. The there's a vibe there that that people get turned off about bringing their kids. Well, and that's understandable. I hope not too because you know, it's been a it's it's it's been a place. That's been. Well, it was there. I don't know what it forty years. I think most. So it was air before I even came to work for towards 'cause I remember it always being very very busy, especially on the weekends. And and in the in the same complex. There's a there's a number of party places for kids, and you know, and parents love to take their kids there, and and celebrate all kinds of events. So it's really it's really sad. Something like this has happen anywhere for people that don't know the is Torrance is a fairly big area. I know that on the north end of Torrens, it's bordered by you know, the four zero five in Gardena, and then the east is I think western and then south into palace Verdes. But a lot of people don't know this Torrance does have their up a mile or two three two three miles of beachfront. Yes. Yeah. They do they have their own beach and on the northern border. It's the Los Angeles County sheriff's. And then on the eastern border. It's the Los Angeles Police Department and then on the southern border part of it is LAPD and then part of it is palace Verdes estates. Now, that's a small police department. Very small. Yeah. They had I believe they have around thirty two or thirty three sworn officers. So I didn't even know they existed. And then Redondo has their own correct. Yes. Redondo Redondo is not a huge area. But they do have a considerable police force. Yeah. Yeah. They do. I think Redondo is is on the order of six square miles and Torrance is about twenty one. Oh, wow. It's a good size area. That's gotta be patrolled. Redondo people just assume that Redondo beach is being where the crown plaza and the beach front just south of Hermosa, Redondo goes all the way up north all the way to marina. Yes. Yeah. And it it, you know, it's just about where the four oh five freeway. Yeah. Cuts cuts diagonally angles through the city of Hawthorne. Touches on Redondo as well. And I imagine when something like this happens in Torrance that there's a lot of mutual aid that Redondo Hermosa and Manhattan beach would show up as well. Well, I it depends on what's necessary. Fortunately, most of the time you're searching search warrant or serving arrest warrants and search warrants, and that type of thing usually we had enough manpower. But we had we had a major incident occur. Oh back in the mid nineties where a gunman went into the Lexus national headquarters located on one hundred ninetieth street. And fortunately, it was a holiday, and so there weren't a lot of people working at the time. But that call went out about six o'clock in the evening, and we were there until about six o'clock in the morning. So it was a it was a long we, and we had Redondo beach gave us mutual aid. We had Manhattan beach, and so we really need it because it's a huge huge facility. So at the end of of of that. Incident did the guy in the building understand. He did something wrong. Well, he was neutralized. Really? Yes. Well, I think I think he did an answer your question, but part of the crime part of being the crime game is that there's a downside to it. That's true. Absolutely. Really? Appreciate coming on. I hope you have a happy new year and looking forward to seeing it one of these next events. Oh, same to you Tim and look forward to seeing you and and the crew real thanks for coming on great job in Torrance. Absolutely. All right. Thanks about. Dana Monday police officer retired where Torrance police department member of the swat team as well. Thirty two years on the forest are really good guy helps us around the station here whenever we do events. He always shows up and make sure that no lunatics coming in put a fork in our back. All right. We're live on KFI benders. The new.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"It's Monday, December third twenty eighteen. Good evening. I'm Mary himself. Thirty one degrees in Chicago under cloudy skies, going down to a low of about twenty three degrees tonight. We'll have complete AccuWeather five day forecast coming up, but first our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ and the city of Chicago has announced it will add fifty more sergeants to the police force next year. The Tribune reports it's part of a plan to improve the police department supervision of detectives investigating violent crime. The police department also plans to bring in experts for the Los Angeles Police Department and the US department of Justice to recommend Chicago police how to solve more homicides and shootings. Chicago public schools has abandoned a plan to convert an elementary school into a neighborhood high school the Tribune reports the move came hours after a Cook County judge. Temporary blocked. The move to convert the national teachers academy. Meanwhile, CPS recommends closure of too poor performing charter schools and denial of all new charter school applications WBZ, Steve Miller visited one of the charter schools recommended for closing. I am a and b also see student. I'm still working on the cease guessing Solomon Kwamena is seventeen years old junior at urban prep west one of the schools recommended for closing because CPS says the charter school hasn't implemented a remediation plan and hasn't improved enough from his perspective Kwami says urban prep west is good teachers in there when you don't understand some things they will actually sit down and spend time with you like some schools out here. They won't do that the school does get closed. Well, you know, I honestly. We have to move on Steve Miller. Newsradio one one point nine FM. WBZ news time nine oh. Seven the grand ballroom at navy pier is playing host tonight to an important day in our state's history. WBZ's Michelle Fiore joins us live at the anchor desk with more will Maryanne while hundreds bought a ticket to the bicentennial bash somewhere honorary gas like Dennis Thompson among veterans asked to stand and be recognized during the two hour event. Range. The program featured back to back greetings from governor. Rauner and governor elect Pritzker -gratulations to everybody in the state of Illinois. Happy birthday, we should all be proud to be from this state from the heart of America. But the biggest crowd pleaser seem to be the thousand pound cheesecake that looked like the state capital before they cut it and let everyone have a slice live at the anchor desk. Michelle Fiore NewsRadio on one five point nine FM. You can sign up for regular news updates. And breaking news alerts at WBZ, NewsRadio dot com slash alerts. WBZ news.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on Start Here
"He's a pug nations. Lawyer he came to fame representing stormy Daniels in a lawsuit against the president. And he's risen to infamy. He's been toying with making a run for office himself will last night in Los Angeles. Michael Levanon was placed under arrest. I am not going to be intimidated from stopping what I am doing got ABC's James hill with us who has dealt with over ninety many times before James, what do we know? Well, I'll tell you that you know, about mid afternoon on Wednesday. The Hollywood news site TMZ broke a story that said Michael of Noddy had been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence charges. We don't know who the alleged victim might be. We don't know really many details at all about the allegations. But we do know that the Los Angeles Police Department has confirmed that yesterday afternoon around two Pacific time. They placed Michael avenue under arrest, and they charged him with intimate partner violence, or what you might commonly know as domestic violence. He was charged and released bail set about fifty thousand dollars, and he will be back in court on December fifth. Well, and so you were reaching out to him immediately. Has he been talking at all I've been dealing with Michael now for several months, and he's usually pretty responsive to me when I text or call understandably he did not reply to me in this circumstance, but he did speak to reporters outside of the police department after he was released I want to thank the hardworking men and women of the L A P D for their professionalism and their work today. They had no option in light of the allegations. He said nothing about who the allegations were made by said nothing about the details. He said simply that he would never strike women. He never has struck. A woman he basically called bogus charges. Well, and so as you said, there's still a lot of questions left to be answered here. But I mean, just with the arrest put this in perspective for me, how significant is this. Well, I mean, just to give you an idea of naughty was supposed to be in Vermont Friday and Saturday for events with the Vermont Democratic Party within hours of this news of the arrests, the Vermont Democratic Party bailed, he has described himself as just the type of streetfighter, and who can take on Trump that Democratic Party has to stop playing nice. They need to strike back when hit again, we don't have any idea what these allegations are this point. But you know for someone who is considering running for president. It's obviously not a welcome develop in both the women have announced he has been married to his ex wife and the woman he is currently separated from have both put out stay. Moments saying, he's never harmed either of them it, Jim. I know you keep us updated. Thank you. A pleasure. Brad. Brexit. We were told was a done deal. Just a matter of hashing out details. Well, the problem, of course, is that. It's all details and for years British negotiators have gone back and forth with members of the European Union trying to figure out which parts of the government will keep dealing with the EU, and which are just going to break off entirely goodbye. And this is fractured. British politicians. Even the ones serving together with Prime Minister Theresa may yesterday. She met with her fractured cabinet after five long hours to his finally able to come out and say we have deal these decisions when not taken lightly, but I believe it is a decision that is firmly in the national interest Marcus Wilford runs ABC's foreign desk in London. He's been explaining Brexit for like two years now, Marcus, I know people are still poring over the fine print these five hundred pages. But did Theresa May get her compromise. What does it look like I think what we're learning is that Britain will stay initially at least within. Some kind of trade zone, but not the trade zone is cold. In other words, it will stay closely allied to the EU, and it's trading community..
"los angeles police department" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"The Los Angeles Police Department has cleared a possible bomb sent a congresswoman Maxine Waters, the package was found at an l a mail sorting center, which had to be evacuated the FBI confirmed that a second package was also sent to waters, but was intercepted. President Trump is softening his tone after possible bombs were sent to a number of Democrats that he frequently criticizes at a rally in Wisconsin Trump called four civility in political discourse those engaged in the political arena. Must stop treating political opponents as being morally defective. Details of the suspected bomb sent to several high profile, Democrats and CNN are emerging NBC news reports that the devices were similarly made of PVC pipe with digital timers and possible detonators attached inside. There was a low grade explosive powder and shrapnel after the United States. Dates announced plans to pull out of one missile treaty with Russia. Russia is now trying to extend another national security adviser John Bolton informed. Vladimir Putin this week that the US would pull out of the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. Now Russia is again proposing an extension of the new strategic arms reduction treaty that treaty is to expire in two thousand twenty one Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Trump I touched on the idea at the summit in Helsinki earlier this year, Russian officials say the United States has never responded to the proposal bills him for NBC News Radio. A federal judge is ordering Georgia election officials to stop rejecting absentee ballots US district. Judge Lee Martin may ordered that the ballots being rejected be marked provisional and voters need to be given a chance to appeal the decision or confirmed their identity. The Boston Red Sox now lead two games to non in the World.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Norman, Steinberg, pendulum, Billy Persky again at Asner Bill, Macy Norman Lear, Carl Reiner, Carl Gottlieb book. Henri Richard Benjamin, Richard kind Adam west future guest. Alan Alda will throw in DeKalb. It. You played Ed Weinberger who we had on this show. But you didn't mention captain kangaroo. I tell you he was a fabulous Bob shooting. Captain kangaroo. You didn't mention Robert Kennedy, rather John Kennedy people who are in here. These were all people. All. Fro our guests as ING. Yeah, mazing Twenty-eight. You break the record, you broke it? Well, not counting Gilbert, Gottfried. Most people don't. Okay. That's what's so amazing. Kept finding our our guests into the research. We've never had him on the show, but I had to get to this. Did you want to wrecked OJ Simpson. Not only direct them I worked with with him as he. He was the one of the executive producers on it was a rather low point in my career. I had wished to be a motion picture director. So I went out directed a couple of pictures. The mistake that I made was somebody came at me with a script and they said, do you want to direct this picture? And what I heard was, do you want to direct this picture. The question I should have heard was, do you want to direct vis picture. Oh. Yeah. So I picked the wrong script or two, and they sent me to movie jail. I see when you got your your newcomer film director and you fail in your first two films. The phone doesn't ring. It just sits there menacing. So I was really not desperate, but I was looking for work and OJ. Simpson had the show called first and ten. They were looking for it for a director, and it meant directing out of twenty some shows in fifteen days using football players and pads in the heat of summertime. So I did direct OJ and he was a very. Incredibly charming fellow. And incredibly powerful personality. You use the the word earlier sociopath. I did that with this tribe that would describe OJ. Yeah, clearly, and but I do remember his relationship to the Los Angeles Police Department. We'd be on location a lot every day we'd have lunch outdoors at big picnic, tables and hundred. A police would show up for autographs and they'd bring football's, they'd bring helmets being jerseys, and he loved the police. And they loved him. So when this thing happened with his wife. I wasn't at all surprised at the care they they treated him with because he was one of their own. They, they really liked OJ and I think they took a wild before they made the obvious decision to will wait a second when a wife is killed like that violently, who's the first person USA spent always always. It's the husband always in OJ. It took him like ten days to even say, well, wait a minute. Who's who she married to. And it's very slow, interesting how they played up like the racist police department, but me they were fans in his frail. They were, but that, but but they, they Johnny. Cochran was a fabulous lawyer. And the people who I think the guy who on covered was the police detective, urban fern Mark from Mark Furman the people covered that the person who uncovered that name was Jeff Toobin. Of the New York Times? Yes, he's the guy who did the research, yes, that that uncovered that name and that then that name got to Johnny Cochran and his lawyers can we history is history's very strange. This talking about troll business. I hope you never said to Jay's giving a performance. The fact is he didn't give bad performances, but he didn't give good performances either. He just behaved like OJ like like the sports guy that he was. He knew Nuff to behave like himself. He had bright mile. How will he was a sports announcer? He was a color guy. He was by the time he, he did the show. He had done any number of television commercials, yes, the Avis guide. Here's your towering inferno. By that point. This. A whole career? Yeah, yeah, yeah. The one one job that you failed to mention which was one of my last jobs was directing a circus show. Okay. Up in Seattle. And again in San Francisco called the TI throws in Zannini and it's a a in the round variety circus show. So I got to work with all these international circus stars..
"los angeles police department" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Can help begin the process of bringing some counseling and support to these many victims including I understand young, children as well as as adults I want to compliment a number of individuals and yet at the same time I'm I'm I'm hurting because of the loss of life that we've had in this in this engagement I'm thankful that the members of, Los Angeles Police Department as well as our members are fire department were here and provided such professional skills and and and tactics and their efforts have have brought this to a, successful and peaceful resolution and that is no easy feat And was certainly no. Guarantee so I wanna, commend their bravery I wanna and they're they're they're they're working, their their coordination together this was. A seamless operation in ensuring that as victims were brought out, from that, location that we rendered aid immediately that we were able to get the fire department and a triage, center to make sure that people if they were injured that they were that they were given support and then we got them shelter as quickly as possible as was stated earlier this location will be an active investigation well into. The night and I suspect early tomorrow morning so this is an investigation that would be, led by robbery homicide division as well as our force investigation division involving the crimes that. Began in Newton and that culminated here we are already working with the district attorney's office as well as the Dawson inspector general per per our normal protocols to ensure that this is a coordinated investigation into actions of the suspect as, well as the response by officers And it just at this time what I'd like to do is turn this over to deputy chief HOGAN from the fire department Good afternoon. My comments will be brief I just wanted my name is Mondale HOGAN spelled a. r.. M. a.. Indio last, name HOGAN HOGAN I serve. As the deputy chief of operations west bureau with the Los Angeles fire department it has I mentioned my comments will remain, brief I wanna thank the Los Angeles Police Department for the seamless operation as we integrated to make sure in this, unified command we provided the most exemplary service that we.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The los angeles police department leads the nation in police shootings we get the story from margaret carrero with our all news sister station knx in los angeles of the more than one and a half million contacts made by officers last year there were forty four incidents in which officers opened fire a ten percent increase from two thousand sixteen fewer than half were deadly with officials saying the department is committed to getting that number two zero this report is one hundred percent complete hogwash police commissioned vice president matt johnson the second most populous city so you would expect that we are going to be just on the basis of the number of people in our say the amount of crime in our city we're going to be at or near the top the department's training will continue to focus on several things including deescalation and building trust and reverence for human life margaret caro kcbs meanwhile police say a man was critically wounded after being shot during a struggle with los angeles police officers inside a hospital examination room it happened around five am saturday morning out white memorial medical center in the boyle heights neighborhood police spokeswoman says the man who was shot had been in custody at a police station when he suffered a medical emergency and was taken to the hospital she says the man was in an exam room when he began to struggle with two officers at least one of the officers opened fire striking the suspect the man was critically injured and taken to another hospital with a trauma center kcbs news time is two forty three sports is next you can eat at a restaurant without a menu but sometimes it's easier if you know what you.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"All right everybody dennis prager here moving on from stormy daniels to important items i have two guests i'm honored to have them the police officers with the los angeles police department and there in there reserve officers both reserve officers we are and it was one of the important nights of my life by the way there was a video of that that video caused me to stop eating sugar yes that's one of the effect that video had a great effect on me i saw my stomach and said oh not good don't wear tight sweaters be do something i haven't had sugar since then but it's a very important video because it it's it's real life and i i was honored to be with you guys a lot of police who listen to this a lot of people who know how important the police are let me just say for the record it is so obvious that only the the willfully shelf deceitful condi that the police are indeed the thin blue line in in in civilization in good countries they are the the line between civilization and the forces of chaos i don't i don't know why that is difficult for people to acknowledge and here's a simple proof folks if the police went on strike most people would stay home okay.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"To be a lot of you know anti second amendment antigun stuff the los angeles police department deployed five hundred officers to wrap the dolby theater in multiple barriers of armed security there's always that level of hypocrisy when it comes to these awards this was for the ninetieth academy awards last night uh an event in which obviously many of hollywood's most celebrated stars actively first for more guncontrol in america do they forget you know who's protecting them and what they're using to protect them with while they're there spouting all of their bs v a lapd commander for the area and that guy in charge last night was a fellow by the name of blinked chow says we have these concentric rings of security that start in the middle and radiate outward and he was tasked with overseeing the whole operation last night we have a lot of officers and fix posts in foot beats keeping an eye on this event similarly celebrities i'm told wore orange lapel pins on the red carpet during the ceremony in support of gun control and the michael bloomberg founded gun advocacy group uh every town for gun safety indeed um you know they're they're going to be road closures to prevent people from breaching the security perimeter that you know made up a wall of 10foot gates and barricades fbi agents and firefighters erol involve you've got the police helicopters involve last night buzzing above the private security guards from a security industry specialists and that are going to be you know dotting inside of the of the dole beefeater they were all very busy last night there was an extensive police presence in oh um but yet none of this is a celebrated acknowledged none of these people are fanked for what they're you know.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Fever be prepared with the exegen temporal scanner thermometer it's backed by more than seventy clinical studies partly cloudy to below tonight fourteen now gimme gimme that day this is in my top of dirt alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment third what the dirt on my top might did you on its own something's bills forward charles in charge coast article eggert who has accused him of bluster bureau and she was a minor ski were serious she is that ticket requisitions to the police she met yesterday with the los angeles police department and there says that he did sexually abused her when she was a minor for attorney here's lisa said blew look this doesn't get more serious than that uh they said that she will fully cooperate with the police investigation okay sarah ferguson we mentioned this yesterday she has will examine the wedding of harry and megan she will be receiving an invitation they always intended to advice sarah to the wedding as you guys mention he is very close to eugenie and beatrice and their mother and is just as much family as their debt prince andrew i think she was not invited to blaming she was not milk now no she would not allowed to develop and you know we need another talent competition in order to get one this is from cbs the gather brought a survivor and the voice this one is called of the world's best a first of its kind the global tell them competition that features acts from every genre imaginable from every quarter of the planet contestants will have to impress us judges level also need to widow of a group of fifty internet lionel judges who are experts in their field of energy moved to follow that land of ikeda ikeda confusing i'll along interviewer title into that is your dirt alert of they go on the website of i talked with a civil war dark for the day dirt alert updates at the top of every hour plus get extended dirt alerts at 820 twelve twenty and 520 withhold uglier about and now flurry and julia with producer donny love on my tucked everything entertainment.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Sure you the response from the los angeles fire department the los angeles police department and the los angeles school police department was extraordinary a female student is in custody and a weapon has been recovered top white house aides are worried fbi director christopher ray could quit if a gop document criticizing the agency made public correspondent kaitlan collins reports the president hopes to tarnish the probe into russian meddling in the election and any trump campaign connections to moscow the president believes the release of this highly controversial republican memo could serve to further discredit the entire russia investigation and he spent the past few days calling his allies in his friends telling him that he believes the release of this memo will serve to expose bias at the top ranks of the fbi and therefore show that these investigations have been biased against the president the un stella gatien to the upcoming winter olympics in south korea has been announced vice president mike pence will lead the group accompanied by his wife congressman ed royce sent two thousand two ladies skating gold medallist sarah hughes are also part of the delegation along with three others meanwhile north korean at skaters and skiers have arrived in south korea correspondent paula hancocks so this is a very significant moment to have these north korean athletes come here the culmination of many weeks of a very intense negotiations between the north and south koreans and also be coming on the plane with some seif korean skiers who have been up at the must seek real ski resort in north korea on wall street the dow jones industrial average gaining thirty eight the nasdaq down three i'm anne cates.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Two two two five two two two do you believe the story the police chief just told you or do you believe there is something more to it we believe there something more to it what say you to go to morressy long beach morris k b c hello hey you know the thing that surprising everyone is normally we wouldn't walk away from the type of benefits that the chief of police in the city of los angeles was given and this was far as i'm concerned i believe that the me to movement has hit the los angeles police department i'm with you morris and let's get real about what these guys do so when they're done being police chiefs they either move on the some other city and they become a police chief there because they're not turned out of being a police chief for their entire careers or just turned out of being a police chief in los angeles or they become a consultant and they make a ton of money in the private sector well if you're going to make a ton of money in the private sector i guess the money could be the motivating factor where he just wants to get out and make a ton but you're worth more if you're nobody'd in office for a law where he leaves early i mean if you've got a secure gag with benefits like more as sat in a salary you don't leave early on your own accord yet doubt 'cause finding a job is not an easy thing in this day and age even as a police chief and and after you were saying there's various things they can do but it's not secure is not a given sara lee no that's true the next two years are given and he's leaving he's been forced out there's something brewing and i feel it i know it i'm telling you i'm i'm supportive of this me to movement uh i have not been affected personally like i'm reading an article today where the the guy from the la times used to be my boss at fox i totally for god and lisa grows in that you know everyone around me lien tweeting lawrence odd lisa guerrero tamil holder i haven't been effective.
"los angeles police department" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Anc robbers and members of the los angeles police department in 1997 both perpetrators were quilt killed twelve police officers and eight civilians were injured and numerous vehicles and other property were damaged and destroyed by nearly two thousand rounds of ammunition fired by the police and robbers this thing was it was right up the street it was uh where was the location nor hollywood oh it gives me the longitude latitude does handy the essence dudes you do in at nine a am with fucking a plethora of weapons a plethora of ammunition and full body armor full fucking body armor rolled in they had their car ready to go robbed the bank and then basically just mowed down mother fakhri's just but other at to kick bitter at an end it ended with one guy guinea shot never got committing suicide but the argument they have does sense that robbery would never happen without firearms or or or just just let's just say just say hey ruined and i millimeter you can have one of your rifle you can have one right and if you want to earn a shotgun ulirach on july retitled guns idolatry i get that but these are some of these semiautomatic or automatic fully automatic better at that i do see that there are no horta you're like well it's like when sarah palin tried to pass a law in alaska allows you to hunt animals from a helicopter with highpowered assault rifles a you like why is this this morning look i think if you talk imm among certain uncertain but i think if you talk to the majority of hunters i follow on instagram part of what they enjoy about hunting is the the challenge and the threat that it poses to them and getting one with nature i did find one on one on fucking totally by mechanic final hunting if you eat it i'm not into show trophy share.