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Sharing data

The Tip Off

05:38 min | 5 months ago

Sharing data

"Back in Twenty Sixteen Semaj Arash had day job at the time I was working for a race equality charity but he always had an eye out for a story. The charity he was working for have been doing all kinds of research into the hostile environment an impact the government's immigration policy was having on various areas of life. Now, this was before the wind rush scandal broke said, it wasn't really much discussion going on about this. But Samir was interested in finding out more. At the end of two thousand sixteen. I started looking into data sharing agreements that been I. Think one that was nine about the time which was around the around healthcare data being shed with the heightened office. Then around the same time that was issue around education data. So the the people census essentially kind of being being shed potentially being used to target families because they had enrolled, they're in school. So we knew of some official organizations sharing information with. Authorities. But what about the please he wanted. So. I had a theory which was that. I wanted if victims of crime would be caught up in in this system as well. Man You police would work with immigration officials when handling the perpetrators of crime he wondered if the same was true for those who were victims of criminal acts, this was too big a topic to look into on his own after all he was working full-time in his day job. He needed help any new just who to contact. I'm Natalie blamer relaunch journalist. Nazli was working politics, dot co DOT UK and the powerful report about immigration authorities targeting people who are homeless. She hadn't spoken to Samir before, but his was a name she recognized. Followed the twitter and I think we've had a few interactions on twitter and it was shortly after I published The holiness story that he contacted me and said I'm looking into data share in between different organizations in the Home Office would like to. Do that with me and he explained he was he had two full time job and he was quite limited in how much she could do during the day. and. It was. It was it sounded really interested in it was. You know the areas that I was interested in. And so I agree very quickly and so Nutley and submit decided to start working together sharing tips divvying up the workload. We've naturally making calls during working hours and submitted digging away the data when he could we have a very good workmanship we've actually continued to work together since then really. Because I think we have different. Skill sets and. Different strengths the allow us to work together and sort of. US each of other's strengths are for things that we might found more tricky. Their first port of call was to draft some freedom of information requests. They wanted to ask the police if and when they worked with immigration officials. So we sent off some a couple of freedom. Of Information Requests one to the the mats and one to greater. Manchester Police as two of the logic of police forces but these requests a tricky they take research to get them. Right. Yeah I a long and harrowing experience from information requests like light might based. Let's say you have to think through what the piece of information or document that your looking for is, and you have to define it as clearly a narrowly as you possibly can. Especially, if you ask you about something which the places holy that information might find embarrassing that will find any reason possible till you are to delay you or come back and say, Oh, can you can you defy refined your question more say we specifically asked about about policy What is your? What is your policy on this? And if possible, provide the documentation. They waited. And waited. And then the response came back urban but thinking, Gotcha now this is this is significant. The. Met Police had admitted through the response that they would pass on details of by victims and witnesses of a crime if there were concerns over their immigration status. Migrants support groups reacted with shock warning that people would be scared to report crimes. If they feared, they could be deported as a result. The pair of journalist published their story on Politics Kerr UK, and they kept going. Natalie. Heard about a troubling case where Brazilian woman who was working as a sex worker was robbed at knifepoint by five men. When she went to the police to report the crime she said, they focused more on trying to prosecute her for the sex work. and. When she returned to UK after a holiday abroad she was detained. She was then facing deportation after you sort of instead of being treated as a victim she that case was turned and she was then being treated as a an immigration offender

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Boston - Police Arrest Man for Alleged Assault of Sleeping Woman in Manchester, NH

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Boston - Police Arrest Man for Alleged Assault of Sleeping Woman in Manchester, NH

"New Hampshire Police say they made an arrest in connection with an alleged sexual assault earlier today in an Auburn street apartment. Police say Jose Polanco Diaz is facing charges including aggravated Polonius sexual assault. Here's WNBC TV is Paul Burton. Manchester Police say they received a 9 11 called from a man who said his girlfriend had been sexually assaulted inside her apartment on Auburn Street had woken up to a man that she did not know and he was sexually assaulting her. She was able to struggle with with him him and and get get him. him. Off Off of of her her and and she she was was able able to to escape escape the the apartment. apartment. The The woman woman told told police police that that the the man man broke broke into into her her apartment apartment and and had had a a machete machete but but did did not not hurt hurt her. her. Police Police say say surveillance surveillance video images captured the suspect leaving the area they were able to make contact with Diaz and he was taken into custody

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"manchester police" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"manchester police" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Manchester police also worked four hundred and thirty six traffic crashes that is an increase of eight point four six percent from the previous year when it comes to specific crimes most crimes remain at or near previous year levels however cases of forgery nearly tripled from fifteen to forty three and fraud cases increased by over forty two percent from eighty to one hundred and fourteen robbery cases dropped from seven to one drug violations increased by almost fourteen percent station division cleared fifty nine point six percent of its cases in two thousand nineteen that was down slightly from the sixty five percent of the cases that were cleared in two thousand and eighteen you can see the report in its entirety on our website under thirteen twenty dot com click on this new story Manchester board of education has entered into a contract with Lashley rich ink oversee a four point one million dollar expansion project at college street elementary school the project is being operated as of at risk contract meaning that any project over runs will be covered by the contractor if the total project is less than the amount of four point one million the district and the city benefit from the savings this project means the addition of four classrooms to the school in the new kitchen the existing kitchen in the cafeteria will be remodeled to flow together and expand CD said Dr Joyce Banda rector of Manchester city schools quote the school has just outgrown at cafeteria area with the growth we are experiencing four classrooms are very much needed in close bond said he hopes to break ground this spring why shop at a big box grocery store when you can get the services smiled and convenience of a locally owned grocery store like spring street market check out this special happening this week at Spring Street market Angus eighty.

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Man arrested after Manchester stabbing

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Man arrested after Manchester stabbing

"Police in northwestern England say that a man held in connection with a series of stabbings at a shopping center has been arrested on suspicion of the commission preparation and instigation of an act of terrorism greater Manchester police assistant chief constable Russ Jackson said that authorities don't know the motive for the attack but it appears it was random police say the man entered the Arndale shopping center in Manchester at eleven fifteen this morning they were armed with a large knife to on our police officers confronted him he then chase those officers several people were

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 Brother of Manchester Arena suicide bomber arrested in UK

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Brother of Manchester Arena suicide bomber arrested in UK

"British police have arrested the brother of the Manchester arena bomber two years after that deadly suicide attack your CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker in London two years after this this greater Manchester police officers arrested Hashim Abadie for murder attempted murder and conspiracy to cause an explosion likely to endanger life suicide bombers younger brother and accused co conspirator extradited from Libya twenty two people died that night just minutes after Arianna Grande left the stage update will be the first person actually

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 Brother of Manchester Arena suicide bomber arrested in UK

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Brother of Manchester Arena suicide bomber arrested in UK

"British police have arrested the brother of the Manchester arena bomber two years after the deadly suicide attack there two years after this this greater Manchester police officers arrested Hashim Abadie for murder attempted murder and conspiracy to cause an explosion likely to endanger life the suicide bombers younger brother and accused co conspirator extradited from Libya twenty two people died that night just minutes after Arianna Grande left the stage Abadie will be the first person actually charged Vicki Barker CBS news

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Trump invites congressional leaders to White House

Lewis and Logan

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Trump invites congressional leaders to White House

"In the incident has been released from the hospital. Stephanie Ramos, ABC news, Greater Manchester. Police say a twenty five year old man arrested after three people were stabbed at a train station. Speaking held under the mental health act of terror police,

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"manchester police" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Peter's, but the government shutdown well into its second week, President Trump has invited congressional leaders to the White House tomorrow, president issued the invitation for a White House briefing on the border wall to Republican and democrat leaders of both the house and Senate. It would come just hours before Democrats are set to gain control of the house and vote on their own proposal to end the partial shutdown a plan that contains no money for the wall. It would Mark the first face-to-face meeting between the parties since the shutdown began Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes reporting. Three people were stabbed on New Year's Eve at a train station in the English city of Manchester. Two of the victims suffer very serious injuries and were hospitalized. Greater manchester. Chief constable Ian Hopkins Sky News, the New Year's knife attack at Victoria station is being treated as a terrorist incident. We all treating this as a terrorist investigation, which is being led by terrorism officers with support. From Greater Manchester. Police they working throughout the night to piece together. The details of what happened and to identify the man who was arrested. A busy rail station is next to the Manchester arena where a suicide bomber killed twenty two people at a concert in two thousand seventeen correspondent limb. Berry reports in American has been arrested for espionage in Moscow. She says he works in the security field. Allen is a former US marine, according to his brother. He did multiple tours in Iraq. He now works for a Michigan auto parts supplier as the director for global security, the company's called borgwarner and a spokeswoman for the company says that Paul Whalen is responsible for overseeing security at the facilities. Not only in Michigan. But at the company's locations around the world has brother David Whelan said his brother was last in touch that afternoon. And when he failed to show up for the wedding. It was extraordinarily out of character. Waylon faces a possible twenty.

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3 stabbed in New Year's Eve 'terrorist' attack in Manchester

24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

3 stabbed in New Year's Eve 'terrorist' attack in Manchester

"To twenty years. Police in Manchester England are questioning a man arrested in the New Year's Eve stabbing. Three people at a train station treating this as a terrorist investigation, which is being led by terrorism officers with support from Greater Manchester. Police chief constable Ian Hopkins says a man and a woman suffered very serious injuries in the attack and remain in the hospital. A police sergeant in Manchester was stabbed in the shoulder. He has been released a witness says the suspect shouted Islamic slogans

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"manchester police" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on WTVN

"Michelle Franzen, thousands of federal workers starting out two thousand nineteen without getting paid. They're even for either furloughed or working without a check because of the partial government shutdown ABC's Tara Palmeri says the president's standing firm on his demands for billions for the border wall. President telling democratic leaders to come back to Washington to strike a deal telling Fox News in Washington, I'm ready willing and able in the White House. I'm ready to go. They can come over right now. We are not giving up we have to have border security and the wall is a big part of border security. The biggest part the border wall at the center of the deadlock Democrats set to take control of the house this week. They're proposing a pair of bills that would reopen the government three people, including a police officer are heard in a stabbing attack in Great Britain. The bloody rampage took place on a train platform in Manchester, Victoria station. Police chief Ian Hopkins treating this as a terrorist investigation, which is being led by cash terrorism officers with support from. Grayson Manchester police or working throughout the night to piece together the details. What happened until identify the man who was arrested? He's being held on suspicion of attempted murder. He was brought down with a taste ABC's. Tom rivers police in the Houston area say they're trying to find a gunman who killed a seven year old Sunday. It's been nearly forty eight hours since it happened LA Porsche Washington editor her four daughters. Drove through a Houston. Suburb of pickup truck came alongside the driver pulled a gun and opened fire. That's an Iran in my son. Investigators have released surveillance video of the suspects truck. But so far the killer has not been caught ABC's. Jim Ryan NASA waiting to hear back from a probe visiting a tiny icy rock out past Pluto. Queen guitarist Brian May inspired by the mission. This mission to me represents more than the mission itself had actually represents to me the spirit of adventure discovery and inquiry which is inherent in the human.

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"manchester police" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Toll free number. Should you wish to do that is eight fifty five four fifty free? That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. And also, we have discord. There are the discord on air call in line rooms over at discord dot L dot FM factor of three of those however, one of those discord rooms is currently occupied with us special guest that we have on the line tonight, by the way in the studio with you, it's Ian, and Melanie our special guest actually is all the way over in Manchester, New Hampshire, Melanie, which is where you live. So you make the trip all the way out here every single week to to be on the radio with us. Jeremy Kaufman is with us from library. Now, we've talked about library in the past here on free talk live. It's LB r y dot I O that is the website of library, which I'm. Sure. Jeremy can do a great job of giving a thirty. Second elevator pitch. So let's let you start with that. What is library? Jeremy you're in charge of it. You're the founder of it. It's blockchain related. It's media. Tell me more. Well, I don't I don't know if there's anything that would jive with your audience more than what we're doing a library because we're trying to in fact, I say we can say pass trying at this point. We've created a service that that functions quite similarly to YouTube or Spotify or services like that about the differences. Ours is entirely decentralized and blocking so we do not have that same level of control and those censorship that exists with traditional services. Yeah. And it's been up and running and public for what a couple few years now when did it officially get I guess public? Art blockchain has been live for over two years when we launched the blockchain is just, you know, kind of like command line based hacker type savvy way of using it we released our first graph qualification to the public almost a year ago. We've had hundreds of thousands of people download that application the spark there's hundred and there's four or five hundred thousand videos on the network now. Oh, wow. Popular YouTube streamers Hollywood movies that have been released on the network. There's some really great stuff there that is so cool. I actually got it running here on the studio machine. And it's a nice looking piece of software. I guess it just went through an upgrade recently. That's a sentence. That is basically always drew. In fact, this this call in coincided with the fact that there are traditionally a remote company, we do have an office here in New Hampshire where several people were, but we have over twenty people working fulltime at this company. They are all in Manchester going after this. Well, it's so cool. It's like a little library convention going on we have people from India Africa Europe, all over the world. Well, thank goodness you aren't in jail for the library convention volume. Co workers that's going on because as of a few days ago, you were at least temporarily in police custody there in Manchester for the dastardly crime of trying to leave your property. Can you kind of paint the picture what what happened here? I mean, honestly, I still don't really know. I know that I didn't do what a police officer. I guess told me to do which was to stop filming and go back in my home. I was arrested about twenty feet from my back from my driveway. While filming a police officer completely quietly. It looks like you're in your driveway. Where were you not in the drive because the video by the way? That's an alley. In the video available. I don't know if you have a preferred link I can share the one on Facebook or on Twitter Facebook. No, just go to. We can share the speech one. What's the speech one? In fact, the shortest form of that is if you believe since I've got the winning if you go to speech. Speed dot CA slash arrest. Okay. Cool, and you can also get a free keen dot com where I wrote up a a fairly detailed as details at as as it could be for the night of when it happened wrote a piece and put a cropped version of the video to kind of go wide screen on it. It's not pretty, but it shows the most important parts of of what happened to you. And it's realtively short encounter. I mean, you're out in the in the alley way. It's probably just over two minutes in length this cop who according to Manchester police is let's see named Ryan Olson, he's patrolman starts shouting. At you from across the street. Did you have any idea why the police were occupying your streets and locking people in their homes. So I think I missed the part of that question. I did not I could tell something was going on. Right. It's normal. Police officers are how many cops were you seeing around. Like, what were you inside your house? From inside my house. I can only see one or two. But there were also thirty or forty in the in the area turned out. I didn't know any of this. Right. I came home from work. Tell did see a police officer down the road biking. But I I didn't know any of this. I came out. Know the extent what they're why they're there. I came out. I wanted. There's there's like maybe one or two minutes before the footage starts came out. Got my car. I was going to pick up my son from his center, and I just started. You're driving down that alley. And the cop says, you know, has the gun says you can't go this way. Robot my window? Hey, I'm just trying to, you know, go pick up my son. What's going on? All he would say was you're not allowed to go. This way. You're not allowed to go. At that point. I went back parked my car. Of course, I got out my cellphone because I'm someone who who cares about my civil liberties. Thank goodness. Thank thank you for doing this for recording this interaction because it's just you know to interrupt your story. I think it's so important that we have people here who are willing to do this stuff because to show the police state to show people what this is actually like, you don't know, you know, from some mainstream media report of what it's like to be caught in this. What essentially was a net, they weren't letting you out of your own home. I try to be try to be an optimist, and it has an optimistic. One hopefully, this can can be positive causing the and we can get the police to stop doing. This. Also to me is someone I work pretty actively for for causes that I believe in is a nice encouraging reminder that how quickly that that boot will go to your face. I don't know if I would call it encouraging reminder to keep working, but it's motivating right? If I'm trying to put an optimistic spin on this that I'm motivated, well, good. I'm glad they haven't beaten you down into into submission over there. So you're you're coming out of your house. You're trying to leave. You're getting in your car. Some cops says you can't go this way. Then what? Yeah. I really say watch the video. Kick us when it picks up. You said you started right? Why? Why can't goes right, essentially because I say very common. What they want? And so I started asking him. What law said there, you're causing your disorderly conduct you're shouting? And I'm always shouting because he's telling me not to go that way. Right. I don't I'm not trying to I did not get into this trying to to this guy. I wanted to know what was going on. And if the police start that I wasn't allowed to leave my home. I wanted to at least have evidence of that. I wasn't trying to get arrested when this guy couldn't say any law, and then started to say that it was disorderly conduct QB standing in the street, filming him quietly what any law or any reason because it's not like he was like, well, I don't have the citation on me. But there's a gas leak or something like that. It was just no reason whatsoever. So there was a reason. I don't I look I. The my liberty credentials here. Like the reason that he stated in the video. And that would so crazy right is even if you're the most Kroger released guy, and it doesn't make sense made the way the cops did role in with a bunch of people with guns wearing big guns flashing lights making lots of sound. And then refusing to say anything about what's going on. How does that encourage people to stay calm? Also, according to so I called Manchester police that night when I was trying to find out what's the officer's name. What were the charges? What was the the bail that kind of thing as I was writing the article? When I when I when I talked to these people, and I asked what was going on. They said they acted like I should have known like didn't you the press release on Facebook? Press release out to the local and I'm not on their their media list. It's like, well, I live out in Keene. So I don't know what you people are doing like, oh, well, it was a homicide investigation. And had they said something like, look, sir. There's a potential murderer on the loose. Would that have changed? How you handled yourself in that situation? I mean, probably. Yeah. I'm not trying to get endangered. To tell you that. There was a potential murderer on the loose. Now, you should be able to make the decision and you can stick with us and keep talking about this, right? Jeremy because we're just instant. Jeremy Kaufman is with us. He he is a founder of library LB r y dot I got arrested earlier this week or this weekend. We'll continue with the story here in your calls and thoughts also welcomed if you got a question for him. You can.

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State Senate passes bill to repeal death penalty

Rush Limbaugh

02:53 min | 3 years ago

State Senate passes bill to repeal death penalty

"Week's top tv streams planet families doughnuts everyday people proud members of the network bumper rotation i don't have time to be fair with the with another caller here the chicago republican parties filed a lawsuit against the chicago public schools the student walkout was political indoctrination pure and simple says the loss this is good fighting back do you know that a student who did not participate in the walkout is being suspended by his school a student who did not participate in the walkout is being suspended for not participating in this in this protest and if you don't think the democrat party's behind all of this if you think this is spontaneously organic among the kids grow up you sure as news now partly cloudy tonight colder nineteen breezy colder tomorrow some sun high thirty i'm chuck taylor here's a look at the stories we're following president trump all said to roll out new plans to combat the national opioid crisis on monday senior white house officials tell nbc news those plans include calling for tougher penalties for drug traffickers maybe even the death penalty the president is also expected to propose new substance abuse prevention and educational efforts a bill to repeal the death penalty is making progress at the state house the senate passed the measure yesterday despite governor chris noonan suggestion he'll veto it no one has been executed in new hampshire since nineteen thirty nine but one man michael addison is on death row for murdering a manchester police officer in two thousand six new hampshire lawmakers voted down a bill that would have banned medicaid dollars from paying for sex reassignment surgery or hormone suppressing drugs the senate voted down the bill wednesday with the house voting down a similar measure last week it's a happy ending for baby seal found sick last month at handed beach state park the seco science center releasing the little guy named mac back into the ocean this weekend officials were the center marine mammal rescue teams spotted him eating santa sign of health problems and they found he was dehydrated for news anytime visit us online at wg am dot com i'm chuck taylor for newsradio six ten wg i are new hampshire's news traffic and weather station.

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"manchester police" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"To you every one it is time now for local news on march that i found wsr a manchester man was arrested on tuesday for drug possession austin de florence twenty out big fall circle manchester was arrested by manchester police officer derek moles on charges of manufacturing delivering selling possession of a controlled substance tampering with we're fabricating destruction of evidence and unlawful drug uses an activities according to warns obtained by the officer police were called to riverdale apartments on expressway drive in manchester to a person unresponsive when the officer arrived he found a person on the ground and unresponsive officers administered narcan to demand and he became responsive according to the police report witness his advised officer bowles an officer daring catechin that florence had disposed of what looked like to be drugs and paraphernalia in the rear of the apartment building the officers found a syringe a spoon with white melted residue and one plastic bag containing white powder believed to be heroin according to the police report fornts told the officers that he attempted to hide the drugs because he was afraid he would go to jail the unnamed man who was first unresponsive allegedly told officers that he had not felt well and he called florence and he told demand that he had something to help him the man told officers that he snorted what he believed to be heroin vote was not sure how much he had snorted he said the next thing he remembered was when he came to an saw officers and ems personnel florence was arrested in booked into the coffee county jail on the charges is bond is thirty six thousand dollars in he is to appear in coffee county general sessions court on april 24th attention copy county residents phone calls are being made to people in our area from police officers support alliance asking for donations to help support police officers coffee county sheriff steve gray's wants to lead the citizens of the county know that his department is in no way associated with this company the caller has actually called at least two employs of the department asking for donation sheriff graves and others at the department have research the police officer support alliance and.

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"manchester police" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"The cause of death has not been determined at this time manchester police assistant chief adam floyd says the woman has been identified but her name has not been released the females body was taken to the state medical examiner in nashville for an autopsy the manchester police department is investigating the death wmo sr news will update this story as soon as we receive information from police let the coffee county election season began candidates are already on the hanging signs in shaking hands as the election season cranks up in coffee county here's rundown of the countywide races four comfy county mayor republicans mark allen and gerry cordell a running democrats john constantine and david pennington an independent candidate tim brown there will be a primary on the democratic side republican side on may first the general coffee county election is august the second four circuit court clerk republican natalie brooke dotson rounding again's heather heinz ducan four trustee it's democrat robin done and republican john marches sony for sheriff in the republican primary will be harry conway chat parton and larry swollen the winner will face off against democratic incumbent steve graves in the august general election four county clerk jenna all marker will run against theresa haniger mcfadden in august register of deeds there will be a primary on the republican side as christly lemon donna tony will face off in the winner will run against theresa right she is a democrat wrote superintendent will be contested in august as republican vinton bartlett the incumbent will run against democrat ronnie wides there's also twenty one commission seats up for grabs 5 of those will be uncontested for a list of candidates and offices they are seeking go to wmo.

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"manchester police" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"The treasure back on the air on thursday when they play host to calgary beds electra sports you wednesday i'm dennis waiver don't miss manchester's basketball night of champions the third annual mayors it's the benefit at a charity how you can of hope against wa 21st are location has changed to the manchester recreational park manchester police department manchester recreation apartment in manchester city schools between israel square off to determine basketball superiority manchester police warm has too many weapons but were not even allowed to carry guns his getting we do have a star player at manchester police department the school system told us that were not allowed to have our canine mentors through a great performance where he's but this game we don't bring doughnut through gm this is john graf from manchester city schools in we are ready to put a show on manchester city police saying the wrecks in may think they're going to bring in i recall the athletes manchester city schools is going to make it range from beyond the arc and rebounds don't matter when you hear the swish of the net gains tip off at six pm donations will be accepted at the door and concessions will be available mayors manchester recreation world lorde nbn loan la land you.

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"manchester police" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Authorities are searching for an inmate who escape or the third time from the jail and bedford county early thursday morning the bed for county sheriff's office says that andrew marshall escaped the bed for county jail during the overnight hours marshall was among three inmates who escaped from jail in september of last year and he escaped once again with two other inmates in october he was being jailed on misdemeanor charges anyone who knows marshalls whereabouts his i to contact the bet for county sheriff's office at nine three one six eight four thirty two thirty two we have an update on a story we brought to you yesterday we reported that around two hundred copies of the manchester times had been stolen from walmart manchester man has been fighting for shoplifting after allegedly taking the papers without paying for them the 20yearold manchester man was cited by manchester police department officer daniel ray the man is set to appear in coffee county general such an scored in february mattress police viewed surveillance video when salt to male subjects allegedly removing the newspapers from the store police identified the man as one of the male subjects involved in the shoplifting according to officer raise report the man admitted that he did take the newspapers from walmart after initially stating that he thought the newspapers were free the report states the 20yearold said he was mad about an article win the paper one person was injured in a fire at a home and that for county wednesday evening the fire began at a home on coop road in bell buckle around five o'clock the bed for county fire department said one person was taken to an area hospital for treatment of unknown injuries the fire department returned to the home later wednesday died after the fire rekindled the calls of the fire remains under investigation the emergency crews including the winchester fire department were called to twelve eighty baxter lane at nine o'clock on wednesday night to a fire that had occurred at the universal lenin service plant according to winchester fire chief gary grason firefighters were at the scene until two thirty thursday morning the fire chief stated that the plant was heavily damaged on the inside noone was injured in the fire the cause of the fire was not immediately known but an investigation is underway with some areas having outside temperatures of nearzero tv aisol near record winter energy use wednesday morning as millions of customers salt to ward off.

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"manchester police" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

"Then he might become insufferable walt i think he's pretty inseparable now but it certainly would make it harder for people to detract away from his uh yeah because it's always the knock on him is bright he doesn't have international success yes uh i mentioned in this to you earlier are you aware of the thing called the happen half scarf on not only look it up not all look it up all this gravity okay euro at the operative out of the the a coocher mont the soccer fan wears is our scars it's a scarf generally that has all the colors and names and slogans of their favorite club right off you're aware of this with as a weird thing where people sell a half and half the scarf meaning that if it's a game between two teams half the scarf is dedicated to one team in the half the other scarf has dedicated the other okay let's like when you see all see like parents of like nfl players when their sons are on different teams don't make these little happened after is yes exactly now you'll see a commonly like it a final or a friendly or like some big game of note of maybe two teams you don't commonly see play against each other but earlier this week the manchester police read tweeted a tweet that had been sent to them by a fan group who had put a photo up of a manchester united and manchester city half and half scarf and had just that the police should arrest anybody from than wearing said scarf cry that had sealed at all i had the manchester police actually said anybody think this is a good idea lake may be seriously we should consider they were suggesting that may be anybody that war that w was a a danger to the populace because it would start a riot that is man i'm surprised that they get away with that over at is over it's rhode island even over here you would get a lot of crap for that that's a legitimate sports rule violation uh the aleague down in australia has taken talk about their commercialism a little too far k uh now we see star wars days and various games killing mary kissel the maps have star wars date well uh the aleague actually staged an entire weekend of the entire league of star wars where characters dressed up in helped with.

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"manchester police" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"The good news out of manchester new hampshire where manchester police are being ordered to shell out two hundred and seventy five thousand dollars unfortunately that's coming out of the pockets of taxpayers and not directly from the pockets of the officers in question who arrested a man for peacefully recording the officers inside his own home while the officers were conducting a search warrant attempting to find some evidence of drugs which they never did find and whether they founded or not it is absolutely your right to record the police and there have been multiple court decisions that have made this clear the glick decision is probably one of the most recent that is within the last decade that is the most important on this matter they cited the glick decision in the garrick decision which came out later which was a new hampshire base case with carla garrick who's a free state project former president she got fifty seven thousand dollar settlement now alfred of allenton who is i don't think he's a libertarian or anything like that he's the man who stood up for his rights sees a man who recorded the cops and they arrested him for his trouble and now he's getting two hundred and seventy five thousand dollars attorney gop senator from the new hampshire civil liberties union he had this to say quote the settlement recognizes that the right of citizens to observe and record the police is a critical check on the use of power and force by law enforcement the police need to understand that individuals who are recording their work without interference have a constitutional right to do so and it is not cause for their arrest so i am happy to see this case and the way that it did obviously you know it's traumatic to go through what this man went through with his door being kicked in and grenades being fired through the windows of the property that's pretty terrifying but nonetheless he's come out two hundred seventy five thousand dollars a head and.

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"manchester police" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Keen dot com a story that i've been following for a while now number of years crisies that's how long these things take to make it through the court system menem alfredo valentine was arrested a few years back inside his own home four recording the manchester police department on his phone in his house while they were rating his home and the reason they were rating his house is i think he had a tenants or maybe a family member christopher chapman different less names of probably attendant but they were looking for not chapman himself they already arrested him so he was in custody christopher chapman they were looking for drugs that purportedly some heroin i believe was the alleged drug here that chapman they believed he had ultimately police did not find anything in their search but that didn't stop them from firing incendiary devices through the properties windows kicking in the doors and entering the property swat style with semiautomatic weapons and damaging property and terrified to women who are still in the house and creating an unjustifiable risk of accidental death or injury according to the suit brought by the civil liberties union of new hampshire it was originally a one milliondollar lawsuit the city alternately settled for two hundred and seventy five thousand dollars in this case yet another cash in for another victim of police oppression police trying to come after video augur furs for socalled wiretapping charges now one of the problems in new hampshire is that new hampshire had is a allparty consent state where everyone who is part of a conversation that's being recorded has to consent to that recording their only like three or so there's not many states that have this most states are one party consent which means that only one person if if one person is aware the recording is happening than it makes it legal so if you are in a conversation in most states and i believe this is the federal law as well please call and correct me if i'm wrong about that but that if your part of the conversation and your recording the conversation and you don't tell anybody else than that's legal in pretty much every stay with the exception of new hampshire i think massachusetts is also one of the bad ones inch believe illinois is one of the.

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"manchester police" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"On a manchester woman was arrested on charges of aggravated assault following a stabbing incident theresa marie short 33 of geneva road manchester was charged with aggravated assault and violation of probation after she allegedly stabbed a man while at the royal in manchester on expressway drive on the weber 23rd manchester police officer jason fowler was dispatched to the motel but located the victim who had walked to the subway on hillsborough boulevard he told the officer that short stabbed him during an altercation warned state that the victim had approximately a one inch stab wound to the chest the unidentified person he was flown to vanderbilt medical center for treatment of the wound short was later located by coffee county sheriff's deputies on nolan road in manchester she was arrested on the assault charge are bond was set at one hundred fifteen thousand dollars she appeared in coffee county general sessions court on tuesday in lohman connect has received a one point five million dollars federal grant which would allow the company to extend broadband service and to the rule polka harness area in northern coffee county according to see eo i've been lohman lisa cope been lohman which is a mcminnville based company providing broadband digital tv phone in home security applied for the grand in march the usda announced that been lohman was chosen as a one point five milliondollar winner for the grant under the community oriented connect tivi brought.

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"manchester police" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on WDRC

"I've ireneo qatar with channel 3 eyewitness news with your connecticut news on the talk of connecticut the summer has come to a close for more than twenty thousand students in the capital city are going to be hitting the books today for the first day of school in hartford high ranking school officials will meet with students as they start a new school year manchester police need your help they're trying to find a driver who hit a man and then took off officers were called to north street at about six o'clock last night police say the 22yearold victim is now in critical condition officers are now looking for a tan or brown oldermodel suv if you have any information please call me manchester police or the town of voluntary on will be deciding today if they want to invest in tearing down and nearly two hundred year old church and former meeting house a study found that the building was in bad shape and should come down demolition would cost taxpayers forty thousand dollars town leaders say they can't afford to revitalise building which would cost half million dollars the local historical society wants to sell the meeting house instead of putting tax payers on the hook to tear it down those of some of your headlines here on this tuesday i i read o'connor with channel three eyewitness news with your connecticut news on the talk of connecticut talk of connecticut is available everywhere dial six twenty four km online at talk indeedcom or street two channel three early warning weather from the talk of connecticut.

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"manchester police" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Mm here's what's trending on new hampshire today and humidity and some sun out there some warmer temperatures but more humidity for your thursday morning possibility later on this afternoon with some showers but a humid start here thursday all right coming up in this hour new hampshire state police are going to update us live from true pay on their investigation a a hidden hit and run driver who tuesday night hit nearly killed the cyclist on route nine in mad berry witnesses say in the bike was mangled a broken the bike the cycler the cyclist was unconscious he was eventually taken a massachusetts general hospital is in critical condition personal hit the biker tuesday night on route nine never left the scene did not stop and pass that motorists and other people try to help the biker until first responders came so we're getting update on that that's an active investigation manchester police are not too happy with the county attorney at the police commissioner's meeting yesterday manchester captain captain ryan grand of the manchester police department said they are could not too happy quite upset with a county prosecutor because they caught a nineteen year old armed robbery suspect who had hit several locations in manta and in the city they caught him uh cutting red handed and the plea bargain means the nineteen year old robbery suspect may not even do any jail time so the manchester was not too happy with the county attorney no comment from the county attorney's office office according to reports new hampshire the ear to get a new inspection sticker unprocessed for your vehicle is going to be in a different part of your windshield gonna get a live report is well from the state police motorvehicle also joining us this morning trying to explain enda and diminish any confusion over that and a news just made moments ago on new hampshire today for the first time new hampshire veterans and you've heard me advocate this for a couple of years now going to be able to go to a private hospital quickly and.

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"manchester police" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Where where it's coming from and and what the story is first and foremost it was a it was a great bust and and we got to give credit where credit is due i think boston he did a great job on this they worked a long time we're not talking one or two people as you know darken thirty thirty nine people something like that i mean this was a a big part of the the organization and there are a lot of organisations out there in a lot of different areas the real problem it really is so we all going to be working together across the borders you know we're doing i think a lot new hampshire in it's not just in new hampshire i think the drug user learning borders are not going to stop us we have programs now the height of program and other things we actually empower even the local law enforcement in manchester police are salem police are state police were you empower them with da powers essentially and they work across the border and they were very beloved rnc do they do i'm release can go into larence there are some that are empowered on a federal program called haida that can do that and we were very closely with laurence pd with a mass the police with boston da it it it's kind of vertically and horizontally integrated interdiction efforts across the border in it's it's making just huge huge gains i mean this one is really a boston the epa bust and they deserve a lot of the credit but we work with him constantly all the time we work on a local level work with the us attorney's office that's where we like to prosecute a lot of our more serious cases because you could frankly just get better sentencing at that level it the regional process a problem and we're dealing with regionally were in charlie baker think has done some some good stuff here in terms of recovery and treatment programmes are trying to a learned from him a little bit in terms of how we fasttrack the permitting were being very aggressive with our prevention in our interdiction efforts with enforcement side of things you can away out of the problem to be sure but you gotta take the stuff.

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"manchester police" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on No Agenda

"Isis claimed responsibility for the attack carried out by a twenty two yearold suicide bomber a british citizen of libyan dissent he had travelled recently to libya and investigators believe syria as well when police raided the man's apartment they found no evidence there that the bomb was made in his apartment and that led to a dragnet and multiple arrests today mark fillets begins our coverage twodays of raised that at least six kelly is there this pelley if he's there why does some other deuce bag half to do the coverage hey all just sit there and reads a prompter yeah okay surgery two days of rave that at least six arrests later including the bomber's brother and police here have changed their minds that this attack was the work of one man manchester police chief he and i think it's very clear since vestige of self continues security sources of indicated they no longer think the suicide bombing suspect salman abu cd seen here in security camera footage late last week possibly buying a backpack in which to carry the bomb may the device himself he may have been just the mule to use the security parlance who carried it details of the bomb collected at the scene by british investigators revealed a sophisticated device with a detonator held in the bombers left hand and a powerful battery to make sure the device went off one triggered another indication abady was acting as part of a terror group come from the security chaos of libya where isis rather militant suffering and from which happy the return shortly before the bombing abu dis brother husham was detained in libya today by a selfproclaimed counterterror militia that operates there the group says his father ramadan was arrested as well at a building in central manchester police used an explosive device to break into an apartment fearing it was boobytrapped really loud bang smell inside as well as use of akmola's student to lives in the building.

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"manchester police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"manchester police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The update on the story is he manchester police department made an arrest a 23yearold man and south manchester has been taken into custody manchester police department can confirm it was linked to the incident last night no further information has been given obviously the suicide bomber they gave his name i'm not gonna read his name i'm not going to do that i'm not going to give him what he wants but this sounds like there are more people involved in this than just a few this was just a couple lone wolves as they call it rob this seems like this was a very organized multiple person attack and there were chatter online we talked about the tweet coming out an hour before the attack there are videos going on right now and it makes you wonder if you live in europe right now how should you feel because these attacks are happening all the time in europe and they seem to be attacking governments who have been sympathetic to these mass emigrations open borders that the things that you would think that they would kind of be okay with they're not attacking the united states thankfully right now they're attacking these countries that have appeased them and and been almost sympathetic to some form of ideology while maybe not is sympathetic to mass murder but the allowing the sort of people to flow into their country and we talked about this last night you know the timing of this there's never ever a good time you want something like this to happen but if you live in indianapolis where you're getting ready to host one of the world's biggest events the world's largest oneday day sporting event where three hundred thousand plus people are all going to be in one place and if they world.

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