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IMPD, prosecutors open criminal investigation into arrest of protesters caught on video

Tony Katz Today

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

IMPD, prosecutors open criminal investigation into arrest of protesters caught on video

"Metro police in Indianapolis are under some scrutiny from city leaders about how they handled the arrest of a woman during week a weekend of protests and riots in the capital city city county councilor leroy Robinson talking with I. MPD chief Randall Taylor last night with the part time should resolve to protect yourself so high school I'm sure you saw that as well so good out there this video because I didn't see awesome resist arrest and that's why we offer tailor telling the counselor his officers actions didn't rise to the level of illegality but admitted they could be using different tactics that are less aggressive Marion County prosecutor Ryan Mears says he's considering filing charges against the

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In Indianapolis, Second Thoughts About Electronic Ankle Bracelets

All Things Considered

03:40 min | 4 months ago

In Indianapolis, Second Thoughts About Electronic Ankle Bracelets

"Are estimated to be wearing a look tronic ankle bracelets right now cities across the country are choosing to put bracelets on people rather than put people in jail now Indianapolis has the nation's largest electronic monitoring program but as Jill Sheridan of member station WFYI reports some in the criminal justice field are having second thoughts about the practice in the past five years Indianapolis's Marion County steadily increased the number of people monitored electronically either on pre trial or as part of the sentence Marion County community corrections director Tyler Bowman says the last time they ran the numbers we were clearly the largest municipal user of electronic monitoring of any agencies we could find an estimated four thousand three hundred people are monitored daily compared to two thousand seven hundred people in all of Chicago's cook county Bowman says the system does more than ease jail overcrowding he says when people are out of jail they can work stay close to families receive addiction treatment and maybe turn their lives around he sees electronic monitoring as another tool that helps us raise accountability level for our clients and provide some structure for our clients so that we can work with them to raise their readiness to change level and then address those criminal genic needs the psychosocial needs but as the number of people wearing monitors increases so do concerts fraternal order of police president Rick Snyder says the practice can place violent criminals back on the streets he says the program is being violated about one hundred times a month as those wearing the devices cut them off often times we can't begin even physically looking for them for at least usually forty eight hours you can commit a lot of axe bad axe in two days the county admits they don't have exact data on how many people cut off their monitors in Illinois last year similar concerns about lack of data led to a new law requiring yearly reviews of who is put on electronic monitoring and why and well most aren't cutting off bracelets many say the system isn't helping people turn their lives around Caroline Vance a social worker with the Marion County public defender's office says people assigned to wear the ankle bracelets also have to pay for them corrections charges a fifty dollar fee to get the device and the daily fee topping out at fourteen dollars for our clients are living at or below the poverty line that is a significant amount of money out of their budget every single month that could be used for other things more cities are partnering with private companies to outsource monitoring programs and for those companies community corrections is a growing revenue source Matthew D. Michelle who studies the trend for nonprofit research group says this is a problem what we're saying is that we're going to allow vendors to take over this interest they can make money off of them but they don't have to document anything that's in a where the rat or what happens to them none of that D. micelles concerned about a lack of accountability and joins others calling for more study before expanding monitoring but for those who wear the bracelets it's often better than the alternative our son bond is facing burglary charges he wears an ankle bracelet on pre trial I've sat in the sale and not been able to work I've been able to see my family certainly I wish that I didn't have this thing on my ankle I feel a little bit like a a tag Cajun but it could always be worse for those in the criminal justice system it may be jail time but there are still many questions about electronic monitoring does what it purports to and if it is good public policy for NPR news I'm Jill

Indiana Confirms 1st Case of Coronavirus

Dana Loesch

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Indiana Confirms 1st Case of Coronavirus

"We're here today to announce that Indiana has in fact received its first case of coronavirus coded nineteen I did want to also stress and underscore how we're moving forward I have just signed and declared a public health emergency to ensure that the state of Indiana is in the absolute best position to get the federal funding necessary to respond governor Eric Holcomb announcing that India has its first case of corona virus the patient is a man he's in isolation in Marion County he has looks like he went to Boston the came back and thought he made at a mild case of a called ahead to the doctor's office they put him in a like a side room at community north hospital with no like negative air flow and he is

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"marion county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:59 min | 4 months ago

"marion county" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Of it's time to check two to four states to lesbians right a Florida man is facing felony charges for allegedly stealing a twenty dollar tech trash can and flooding his neighbor's home with a water hose he is like all wound up in his mugshot he got arrested for a series of crimes felony charge for stealing a twenty dollar trash can't that's a felony twenty dollars I mean still is wrong between our trash cans really and for causing thousands of dollars in damage to a neighbor's home after sticking a host of the homes went up okay so I get the incident yes that's right the trashcan incident was upgraded to a felony charge as opposed to just petty theft because of his previous twelve prior convictions according to the Marion County sheriff's office Jonathan Babbage was arrested Thursday faces multiple charges what's a burglary on there and a post on the sheriff's Facebook page showed the serious damage to the home it was crazy so he's in a lot of trouble I'll let's see that one that one Florida man was arrested for the second thing he finally got arrested yeah one Florida man through eight Molotov cocktails at the department of children and families building after his kids were taken away I wonder why his kids were taken away said no one ever I he was but seriously though he had eighteen different interactions with them before he is facing now is facing federal charges for manufacture and possession of explosive devices they've never charge resistance people at that though I'd like to point out yeah I never it's never really it's really weird he did this barefoot too by the way WFTV had like the closed circuit footage of it so he had a lot of interactions and apparently they had some issues and he has some issues themselves so that's one of the reasons why they had so many run ins with children department children families but the Molotov cocktail thing that's secondary to.

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The Ghost of Eva York

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:00 min | 4 months ago

The Ghost of Eva York

"Continuing the investigation into the paranormal metaphysical world. Last week. I interviewed internationally known Psychic Medium Sharon our week before a psychic and clairvoyant. From right here in Ashland Oregon. These people talk to people who are deceased and on the other side of the Vale so to speak so I thought it only appropriate today so talk about a haunted hospital. In the state of Oregon. The Oregon State Hospital took two years to build and was completed. Eighteen eighty three and opened as the Oregon State insane asylum but by eighteen. Ninety one it house. Four hundred seventy eight male and two hundred twelve female patients and two additional ways were constructed to accommodate the influx at the time the most common cause of insanity was in temperance masturbation religious paranoia by nine thousand nine hundred. According to hospital documents over five thousand patients had been admitted census opening while two additional women's wards and four new. Men's wards were added to the main building miles of tunnels connecting that more being constructed beneath a narrow gauge railroad was established that allowed the hospital transport patients between buildings without the public observing as note the state capital and associated. Buildings also have a tunnel system to this day but they have never been connected to the State Hospital by one thousand nine hundred seventy five with the opening of the dommage and eastern Oregon state hospitals and patient. Transfers to these facilities the residency had been lower significantly and the superintendent allow shooting of the movie. One flew over the CUCKOO's nest entirely inside Oregon State Mental Hospital known to only a few a small law in the basement that contain thousands of copper urns filled with the cremated remains of inmates. It was Oregonian newspaper that I brought the room of forgotten souls to light in October. Two thousand three and two thousand six newspaper won the Pulitzer Prize for the story. While Oregon State legislators debated what to do with the airlines between nineteen thirteen in one? Thousand Nine hundred. Seventy one over five thousand. Inmates were cremated quite a problem. In two thousand five hospital records were found indicating that in eighteen eighty nine inmate. Either York was found in a bathtub. Dead even was thirty six year old. Marion County woman. Who probably wasn't even mentally ill. According to old newspaper clipping from the era she was an epileptic confined to the hospitals asylum era epileptic ward five years before her death in those days malady like depression. Alcoholism was viewed as Kintu Insanity. Eva died between two and three. Pm on Tuesday Past Day in the epileptic ward while left unattended in a tub. She had a seizure died from it. A corner ruled that it was natural and accidental. He found no evidence so drowning. An inquest jury declared the hospital to be in no way responsible. The news account went on to say that the Hospital Telegraph. Word of Asia's death to brother. Residing near Hubbard her remains however we're never claimed on the hospitals West Plaza in an area hard packed dirt surrounded by a ten foot fence topped with razor wire. It was once used as an outdoor recreational site for inmates locals at drive past that portion of the hospital facility staff say they often see the image of a young woman barefoot wearing a bathrobe standing in the middle of the yard? Speculation is the ghost of a

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"marion county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:25 min | 4 months ago

"marion county" Discussed on WTVN

"Marion County pleasant local on a two hour delay today can the list is always on always updated at six ten WTVN dot com attorney extraordinaire Loretta powers joins us on the live line right now and Loretta there's always a big cases of you know going on I suppose a for a lot of people the biggest one is of an S. Bryant wife to Kobe she's decided to file for wrongful death against the helicopter company tells what you know about that case what is going to win this case the defendant island express helicopters has expanded their flights indefinitely after the accident they might be scrambling around to file for bankruptcy but she certainly has a case against a pilot and I think everybody who look for the evidence will be that that claim should never been in the air that day I don't know all the you know the flight history but from what I read especially early on it didn't seem uncommon that that copter would be up in that condition with that type of very type of payload I mean you seem only I mean I would safely regularly but it wasn't like the first time they've flown through fog was it it was a really license to father it's a flight during those those weather conditions and the aircraft also didn't have a trade alarm system that would have orange that pilot if the if you with nearby train so what's what should she expected she winds that lawsuit to what's coming her way someone probably just an insurance policy to be honest that's usually how these cases go but I think she just wants to erase the message that works this this was a really tragic accident that really shouldn't have happened yeah in in I suppose to there would be some onus on the the flyers I mean you know you would look at the conditions and go Hey should we really be flying in this or is that not enter into it that's right I think the LAPD actually suspended their whole helicopters that day they said it was your fault you for them yeah so I I think that this would have been a good judgment call on the pilot okay so that's the that should be the president I got it now there's this other story a five year old autistic boy was being registered as a sex offender for hugging a classmate and kissing another one on the cheek what's going on with that what kind of see the knife that he was ever labeled as a sex offender but you live in a world where people are rushing to judgment false accusations happen all the time and told me to report any situations that raise concerns to the department of child services that's what we had here no ten states actually have the option to put an indefinite civil commitment on sex offenders even if they're minors so theoretically a minor can be committed for life if they suffer from a mental abnormality or personality disorder predisposing them to commit sexual offenses but pretty subjective if you ask me and according to reports the five year old was told repeatedly not to hug or kiss classmates could he be labeled as somebody who would offend a lot I don't know I maybe six first warning meteorologist here about Michael good Thursday morning everyone to be a little slippery on some of the roads outside windy and cold today a high of twenty nine.

Marion County
4 teens arrested in connection with quadruple murder on Indianapolis's northeast side

Hammer and Nigel

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

4 teens arrested in connection with quadruple murder on Indianapolis's northeast side

"The four people charged with robbing and murdering for other people and it easy side were caught with the aid of eye witnesses in technology that allowed us to really kind of establish the links and really recreate it what individuals were doing on this particular night ride three Sanderson Cameron banks Desmond banks and lasted what kids are due in court Thursday to face murder and robbery charges says Marion County prosecutor Brian mir's what happened or where did we go wrong where people thought it was okay to literally kill someone by shooting multiple gunshots into their body says to stop these kinds of crimes a good start is holding people accountable which is his intention with the four

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Miami: Caregiver Accused of Elderly Abuse At Tampa Hospital

Glenn Beck

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Miami: Caregiver Accused of Elderly Abuse At Tampa Hospital

"A woman blamed for the death of an elderly man in her care in Tampa is now facing charges Rebecca Furley was arrested in Marion County for aggravated abuse and neglect of an elderly person she was guardian to a seventy five year old man who died nine months ago at Saint Joseph's hospital after Furley signed a do not resuscitate order despite his

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Boy, 9, allegedly stabs sister, 5, several times, faces attempted first-degree murder

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:16 sec | 5 months ago

Boy, 9, allegedly stabs sister, 5, several times, faces attempted first-degree murder

"Boys accused of stabbing his little sister in Marion County nine year old for strong Joseph was arrested for attempted first degree murder Ocala police say Joseph stab the five year old several times at the Berkeley point apartments there's no word on the girls condition or a motive for

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Marion County reports first flu-related death of the season

KNX Programming

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Marion County reports first flu-related death of the season

"This flu season has already turned fatal in Los Angeles county the first confirmed flu related death of the season has just been announced the person who died is described as middle aged with underlying health problems there were one hundred and twenty five flu deaths reported in the county during the last season the doctor Sharon Baltar with the county's public health department says not all flu deaths are reported and it's estimated the actual number of deaths was closer to fifteen hundred immunization is recommended for everyone more than six months old if you get sick Balter says

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"marion county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:33 min | 9 months ago

"marion county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"His folks is no good luck there I mean you know for old metal objects you don't roll quarries into an airplane jet engine. for some reason along with opening up aircraft door for the bathroom or to get fresh air their Chinese people think you your throat make a wish were throwing coins into a fountain now throw your call he's into a wishing well throw your coins into the Trevi fountain in Rome. don't throw your toys into a jet aircraft engine. how do you say schmuck on wheels him Chinese. only. is that incredible. but also as the morals of the news continuous feels good I we get to do a couple of other things here but I'm not a some loose ends and the final segment which might give us a way for more on just a a quick review and and I got a couple of things we haven't gotten to but how about this this is all messed up. now that that was not a list folks now this is really messed up M. E. T. H. E. D. not not mess any SS ET this is messed up. Delhi worker. spike be there. that was then served the coworkers with math as in meth amphetamine that's why there's all mad. hold it this is a deli worker in Oregon. let coworkers eat meth amphetamine spike dip. at least two coworkers they were sent to the hospital. according to the Marion County sheriff's office in Marion County Oregon. she's an ex con as well Cassandra Medina Hernandez arrested. last week after surveillance video showed her giving the doctor to be there the fellow Thriftway employees back on September ninth. that was enough for a probable cause affidavit. Medina Hernandez thirty eight letter colleagues eat the dip after removing something from her broad that's great. we got the big we got. sweat math being mixed into some kind of being there. and she she grab something from a brawl and then she seen going behind the microwave inside the deli section of the supermarket. and she also she ate some of the being that Purcell sounds like she might have some experience with math. a Walter white. did you guys sell the stuff was that the blue tinted stuff. and assistant manager of the store called cops. later the night to report that her daughter was in the hospital after eating the mixture the manager's daughter told the deputy that she asked the Medina and ask Medina Hernandez to try her recipe for lunch and even took some home to enjoy it later all my god she thought one of the bites tasted odd. I did not think it this woman isn't so much and she's also an ex con well guess what she's going to be a a con again she's gonna be coming I mean this is serious this could actually be a bring federal charges I would imagine. the woman who had never ever use math felt queasy only even. a third employee who ate the bean dip told deputies that Medina Hernandez told her that the dish was intended for herself and another employee rather than the coworker who got sick. they don't think that any customers. eight the contaminated depth. you know this is gonna be a hungry for maybe some Mexican for dinner tonight with that without the math and they'll say Hey Michelle you want to look at let's go to talk to real. it's a Mexican food Tonite. an adult she's been not charged with suspicion of delivery of methamphetamine causing another person to ingest the controlled substance still in jail fifty thousand dollars bail as as of Friday at least can't imagine she yeah she bother it was in fifty grand ten percent of that you know five thousand cash to get her out. yeah this is this is a lovely woman what a what a treat this thing is so previously convicted of assault robbery identity theft ed guess what you've got a delivery of math and FFT possession of math. possessing a restricted weapon as a felon. that was a good a higher over there the supermarket was is the right way what what the hell was this name is our server Thriftway. that's a hell of a higher over there you guys do any background checks over the Thriftway. I mean what out what our record here and she was most recently said the were the two years of president twenty fifteen for robbery and assault. what the freak. so when she was in prison I would imagine Ford twenty fifteen she just got out what like twenty eighteen twenty seventeen or so right right. because one he's going right back to.

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Missing woman and 4 kids found dead and her husband arrested

AM Tampa Bay

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Missing woman and 4 kids found dead and her husband arrested

"A missing Ocala mother is found dead in Georgia along with her for young children Marion County sheriff Billy woods says the bodies of the kids ages ten five two and one we're located in the Brunswick area in southeast Georgia Casey Jones is husband Michael Jones is facing second degree murder charges in her death is also suspected in his kids deaths as well we have finally locate located the remains of all four children. as a father as a parent. smart Michael Jones was caught in Bradley county after a traffic accident his wife's body was found in his car Jones and the children had been missing for six

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Missing Florida mother and her four children all found dead, sheriff says

AM Tampa Bay

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

Missing Florida mother and her four children all found dead, sheriff says

"First they found the mother's body then the bodies of her four children all five are from Marion County thirty two year old Casey Jones had been reported missing after relatives hadn't heard from her in about six weeks the bodies were discovered in Georgia an emotional Marion County sheriff Billy woods as a father as a parent it breaks my heart. as a share of it angers me. to know when. something to this degree how human being could even do this. Jones's husband thirty eight year old Michael Jones is suspected of killing his wife and the four kids six weeks ago and recently transporting the bodies to Georgia where he was caught law enforcement their claim Jones warned deputies they would find the bodies the kids ages range between one and ten

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7 cases of dangerous encephalitis investigated in Michigan: What you need to know

Paul W. Smith

06:14 min | 11 months ago

7 cases of dangerous encephalitis investigated in Michigan: What you need to know

"Trucking about a problem couple cases of triple he and it's called that because its eastern equine encephalitis so we just say triple E. had only hit horses at that point but the crossover was inevitable front page of this morning free press Michigan girl gets a rare virus from bug bite she's hospitalized suffering with swelling of the brain our thoughts and prayers with her and her family the fact of the matter is the mosquitoes now have crossed over it's not just horses that are suffering with this Tripoli and we need to do something to protect ourselves and our family in the summer nights or early mornings prime time for mosquitoes we've said it before will say it again use mosquito repellent more on that coming up now would beyond west Nile and again according to the folks who joined us last week the Michigan department of health and Human Services it's triple E. that we're worried about doctor Frank make George Henry Ford health system of physician giving us kind of a summary and what we should and maybe should not do good morning doctor good morning Paul yet you know the alerts by the Michigan department of health were actually very specific to eastern act one apple ID can initially as you mention the alert was regarding several forces that had tested positive for the virus over on the west side of the state and that's important because the horses were basically a marker that the virus was active in the area well here's what's different now humans don't carry the virus normally it has to spread from forces it's important to know that eastern according to avoid virus can only be spread by mosquitoes humans don't get it directly from a force or from each other only from a Kerrier miss you know and you also need to know that eastern act pardon that white it is an incredibly dangerous fires killed by a third of people who become infected so here's the really important part and the change that different from last week this week the Michigan department of community health issue and expanded alert the virus was now also suspect it in several people from Kalamazoo and Marion counties so it is definitely more active and in point of fact there was one girl in particular that had been identified it definitely having it and the only real way to prevent infection is to avoid miss you know by now as the name implies eastern EC one satellite is it is more common on the east coast you started the United States and in fact Massachusetts is also experiencing at a severe outbreak right now as well it's all relative but the numbers the numbers sound small but because it's such a dangerous disease it is a severe outbreak and they've already had one eight Allah the in the R. Massachusetts area we're gonna talk again about how we tried to avoid those Miskito still nobody's come up with the reason why we have an Iraqi KV dim the skaters off the face of the earth they cost way more trouble than any positive thing that they bring to us but be that as it may there is a Tripoli vaccine available for horses but not for people if you have it if you have it for horses how far away are we from having it for people well where did it impacts I mean the you know to acting a horse is is not as complicated it back many people and I say that because eastern act wanted their flight is the fact far more worse than excel defect here as well and so you know you can vaccinate of a pool of course is and it would be in it's reasonably effective it is off the back the program because it also highly fatal in horses vaccinate every single human would not be very practical because in the big picture eastern act one insect bite is although it is really pretty rare there had actually only been seven cases and people in the state of Michigan in the whole decade from two thousand nine twenty eighteen only seventy eight so that's not that big a deal the reason this easterner point that white is the lease is easier in general are really a big deal is because they are transmitted by mosquitoes and because Miskito soon because so many different diseases in particular in this case and strap light it that's really the big messages that you can't take this ghettos lately as you mentioned briefly west Nile virus is a much more serious problem much more common and it can also cause encephalitis there are other very should die for example there's also a confirmed case of California and stuff like that eight of Michigan that actually in Tennessee county they're all caused by different viruses but that she is they are all spread by mosquitoes so it's not really practical to to develop and eastern EC one step wide vaccine for humans because the cases are so rare it's more practical to prevent mosquito bites and you try to prevent the population of forces from becoming infected and hence the horse back the next available me just to quickly say that the signs of it could be fever headache nausea vomiting fatigue and lethargy all of that but more importantly how do we avoid it apply insect repellents that contain the active ingredient DEET what other suggestions quickly doc well the biggest one protect yourself I'm from the steel plates in general long sleeves long pants avoiding the times when they're most the most active Baskin don it's also important to try and keep them from breeding around your home make sure that you empty water our water pools around your home where they could be breeding and make sure that you keep your screen in your doors protect it so they don't enter your home is easily if you you know basically you don't want in your home either also fans are actually reading of effective because they are not very good fliers so if you keep a fan blowing keep the air circulating away from you that makes it less likely that they will get you but the best protection is by far need an inspector palette a very good advice as

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Infectious disease found in dogs of Marion County breeder

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Infectious disease found in dogs of Marion County breeder

"Why some of our best friends may need antibiotics or even quarantine. It's an outbreak of the dog disease. The conspired to humans happened at a small dog commercial breeder in Marion county, Iowa did double G kennels before you get to alarm some information on canine. Bruce alot sus. It is a nasty bacterial disease that mainly affects dogs reproductive systems can cause infertility and stillborn humans most at risk or breeders, and vets and people who helped the birthing process, but any doggy fluids are suspect symptoms in humans include fevers, sweats, headache, joint pain, the threat to pet owners is considered very low but two good prevention. Tips have your dog. Spayed and wash your hands, even after handling your own

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Dog disease that can be passed to humans confirmed in Iowa - NBC News

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Dog disease that can be passed to humans confirmed in Iowa - NBC News

"Health officials in Iowa telling dog owners about a disease they can get from their pets. The state veterinary said veternarian says they found several cases of canine russillo sus at the commercial breeding facility and marine Marion county that disease. Can be passed from dogs to humans ficials are working at tracked on anyone who got dogs from that facility that disease can cause infertility and stillborn births in dogs while in humans the symptoms include fever sweats, and

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Scrubbing The Past To Give Those With A Criminal Record A Second Chance

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:59 min | 1 year ago

Scrubbing The Past To Give Those With A Criminal Record A Second Chance

"Here's a startling figure. Almost one in four American adults has a criminal record. That's according to federal statistics people charged with or convicted of even minor offenses can face consequences long after they have paid their debts to society, a criminal record can be a barrier to finding a job a home or getting alone in the past two years, though, many states and cities have been passing or expanding laws to help restore rights. And peers Eric westervelt has been looking into this and joins us now hair. Our Rachel can you just remind us of what the extent of the barriers are your lawyers who work in the series. They look you can't underestimate, you know. How much conviction even for a misdemeanor and the vast majority of convictions in America are for misdemeanors can have this ripple effect and relegate someone with a record to kind of permanent second class status as they try to get their life back in order. I mean, take the case of Jay Jordan, Jay served seven years in prison for felony robbery when he was young. He's been out for nearly eight years he completed his probation. He has no offense is not even a traffic ticket. And he told me he still faces almost daily hurdles as he tries to get his life back to normal. You know, I'll try to adopt right with turned down. Tried to volunteer at school with turn down tried to sell insurance with turn down trying to sell us cars with down. So, you know, every single step of the way when I try to better myself, and you know, be able to take care of myself, and my family there, these massive barriers, right? And I'm not alone. He now works for a nonprofit Rachel that advocates for the rights of the formerly incarcerated and really the question. His group is asking is how long should these? Convictions. Be on somebody's record, especially when people have done their time and wanna move on and become good citizens. So there are a lot of states that are trying to change this rate. I mean, my understanding more than twenty states have passed some kind of laws or made changes to lower these barriers. Why is it happening? Now, I think two things Rachel driving. This more people on the right and left agree that mass incarceration and the drug wars just clog the courts and prisons, you know, in his hurt society and the economy one study shows that unemployment among formerly incarcerated is twenty seven percent and even higher for African Americans over thirty percent. Number two. I think the legalization of marijuana is a key driver here. Again, there's this bipartisan sense that it doesn't make sense that people are still paying a big price for something. That's now either legal or decriminalized in many states, and one of the most progressive laws that was passed is in Indiana solidly Republican state Barbara brochures, reporter with our member station W F. Are you in Bloomington? She's part of NPR's criminal Justice collaborative new reporting partnership with some of our member stations, and Barbara looked into how Indianapolis is helping people who want a second chance a stick. Listen to her story. When Indianapolis residents with a criminal record one to turn their lives around many of them end up in the sub basement of the downtown city county, building the long, gray ward or has concrete walls and almost resembles a jail, but people come to this underground room to escape their criminal pass through one of the only open doors is a large quiet room, bold, black letters on the back wall, say don't look back. You're not going that way, a young volunteers helping a man fill out some paperwork, if you don't mind signing right there right there in today or splintering. This is the neighborhood Christian legal clinics. Expunge -ment help desk, they help people file petitions to expunge their records under Indiana's second chance law which legislators passed a few years ago while it's called expunge -ment. It doesn't actually erase arrests or charges. It just hides. Them from public view. So they won't pop up during a background check. That's what kept happening to LaTasha post in before she came here for help. Sometime we get stuck on our past and let our past guide us. She's forty four now, but ran into trouble shortly after she had her first daughter as a team, she racked up a lot of arrests over the next two decades for everything from public intoxication to receiving stolen property, but long after she changed post and says the charges dog term by was asset move from a low income apartment because every year, they do your recertification, and I had like three theft charges and receiving stolen property, which in low income. You can't have that post and says getting her records expunged helped her land a much better job in a hospital after working in home health care for nearly twenty years. She is among thousands of people filing petitions under the second chance law. The process appears pretty simple, you file a petition with the court in for more minor offenses, it must grant the request to seal the record if it meets requirements laid out in the law. A judge has discretion with more serious felonies and victims can give input the prosecutor's office reviews petitions in can object to ceiling records, it helps that Marion county prosecutor Terry curry advocated for the expunge -ment law. If our goal is to have individuals, not re-offend than an Armindo. It's appropriate to limit or remove obstacles that are going to inhibit their ability to become productive members of our community. The process is time consuming and costly there filing fees for every petition. And there are still plenty of people who don't even know expunge -ment is an option. That's why post and tries to tell everyone. She knows about the help desk. Ask it took her a couple of trips down here and forty seven days of waiting before the state sealed her records if select something was lifted off because now I feel like. Conflict like a human. Interesting to hear what a difference. These so-called second chance laws can make in people's lives. If there is as you say, Eric a lot of bipartisan support for these kinds of changes. Why isn't it everywhere? Well, spoke with an attorney who's worked on this issue for nearly thirty years Margaret love, she heads, the collateral consequences resource center, and she put it state legislatures are all reinventing the wheel here and not talking to each other. They're not sort of sharing best practices or studying what programs have the best outcome and defender offices that help people clear their records. They're often, you know, overworked understaffed and underfunded NPR's Eric westervelt. We also heard a report from Barbara brochure of W F you in Bloomington. She's with NPR's criminal Justice reporting collaborative

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"marion county" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"marion county" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Retired Marion county public schools officials said the school district was investigating claims that the forest high school teacher drown records enter possum that we're killing chickens with students from his agriculture science class pictures and video recorded by a student show, a raccoon and a metal wire trap, which the teacher and students then lifted into garbage Ben well, then filling the been with water from several houses the teacher who has been with Marion county schools for thirty one years was placed on paid administration now leaving pending the outcome of the investigation, the Florida fish and wildlife conservation commission and the Florida Department of health are also investigating the complaint Marion county public schools superintendent Heidi mirror slammed actions of the teacher and recommended the district. Fire him the teacher submitted his letter for retirement to the district his decision to retire and the schools districts investigation. However, the investigation by the F W C and the health department continue law enforcement is determining whether this teacher's actions were criminal or not according to the F WC website raccoons are classified as a nuisance animal which are still to be euthanized. Humanely the w c refers to the guidelines for using his Asia of animals prepared by the American veterinary medical association, according to its latest publication acceptable forms of euthanizing an animal include a single shot to the head unacceptable farms include drowning even if the teacher was removed from the classroom school board members said they had been inundated with phone calls from all over the United States. They're just appalled. That's it's just so horrific to think about it. They don't understand how anybody could be so cruel to animals that all life is valuable..

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"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:44 min | 1 year ago

"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Our guest today is Ben strong. Ben is a Republican candidate for Marion county prosecutor of one of those offices that is on the ballot. This november. It's not just congress and the legislature. That is getting all the attention been something that has come up, and it's something that the legislature was probably going to deal with next session. But does impact of new folks at the the process jury level is the issue of hate crime slash bias crimes. And whether if someone is attack whether the if the what part of the motivation was because of race gender sexual orientation that becomes part of the statute whether that should be an enhanced syncing factor or an aggregate aggravate aggravating factor right now. The speaker of the house has sort of taken the position that judges already have the ability to so sentences already under the current statutory scheme. There are other people say no we need to something specifically. In the law as somebody who once again has been on both sides of this fence as a prosecutor, and as defense attorney what what is your thought on a hate crimes in general and be how how should we do it? Should it be a separate offence or an enhancement? Well, I'll answer your question in two parts of do. I'll start with the back end question, which is the how should it be done? Well, I'll leave that up to the state legislature. That's their that's their bread and butter. That's our wheelhouse. That's what they do. They make the laws and as the prosecutor, I just enforce them here in Marion county as far as what my thoughts are on having a hate crime legislation. I am a hundred percent in favor of any law that the state legislature wants to pass that allows the prosecutor's office to have another effective tool to put violent people in prison. So if that is in the mode of a hate crime legislation if that is increased penalties for certain crimes with certain weapons, I'm going to support that if that gives me as a Marion county prosecutor a nother effective tool to keep the citizens of Marion county safe. What is it like I said having practice in the Marion county judicial system as prosecutor, what do you think needs to be fixed or change because obviously people don't run to maintain the status quo you run because you want to change anything. Absolutely. And I think it's it's more of how we do business. As the prosecutor. I can't I don't have any say in the in in how judges sentence individuals. Right. That's the whole point of the separation of government, and is different branches of government as a prosecutor focusing the resources of and I should say the finite resources of the prosecutor's office on dealing with this out of control problem of violent criminals in the murder rate has to be priority number one. And again as we talked about earlier, it's not so much of a pass to the other individuals. But it is sort of how are we going? Are we going to dedicate the same amount of resources to enforcing the marijuana laws in Indiana as opposed to the ones that are out there, killing, you know, the laws that are out there designed to stop people from killing our citizens is your thought on marijuana. You mean me and listen to the show notes. Eventually this question is going to hop up. I freely admit, I don't care as long as you don't get behind the wheel of a car or crane or a seven forty seven. If you want to listen to pink Floyd's dark side of the moon will watch the wizard of Oz with line does a third war and doesn't have to be backwards. Backwards. I frankly don't care, but I have some friends of the prosecutor universe who are very hard nose. This is against the law. So don't do it. I understand that. But I argue we have once again limited resources in this state. And if we're gonna walk up everybody for every crime, go find six point two million jail beds. Because eventually that's what you're going to need at some point in time. Yeah. And I think that comes back to my original point that we can't dedicate those limited resources of the prosecutor's office to enforce every single crime. I'm not saying that we won't enforce every single crime. But how we prosecute crimes is really the most important issue when it comes to possession of marijuana charges. When there are not anything else. There's not a resisting law enforcement. There's not anything else writing on it. You know, those are typically diversion eligible offenses as as you know, what a diversion is. It's it's you take a class you either do community service dismissed, so it doesn't impact your your future. And I think it's now is the time for those opening up divergence for a lot of the the possession of marijuana charges. It's typically used now when it's a first offense and there's nothing else. But if somebody was a knucklehead twenty years ago, and he did something and they get arrested now for possession of marijuana. I don't see why a diversion would not be considered a suitable resolution to that matter. And then Furthermore on the diversions in going forward, as you know, expunged mints are a huge. Issue here in Indiana. Now now that took a class on how to do those. Yes. My case. Now now that everybody has access to my case and can look up somebody's individual criminal history. Expunged statues are very limited. And it gives a lot of discretion to the prosecutor's office on whether or not they'll agree to an experiment, and based as as again on my experiences, a defense attorney, I sit here and look at some people who have a criminal history that you know, may not have been violent. But it was enough to maybe prevent them from getting a job or being able to relocate out of their residents because they can't sign a new lease because of a drug charge fifteen years ago ten years ago five years ago and offering those sort of experiments you, hey, if you do your prostate you do your probation. You do your time you pay your crime. Well, we're not gonna make you pay for this five years later. We will offer an experiment once you successfully complete and that is an effective tool that I don't see very many prosecutor's office around the state even offering or or contemplating and it's my position based on offering expunged agents at an earlier time. The prosecutor's office actually has a provides a more pivotal role in offering people employment opportunities than say any other programs out there. So I I would I would ultimately use expunge moments in connection with those low level misdemeanors and non violent felonies been strong candidate Republican candidate for American prosecutor with us for few more minutes on the program today talking about the prosecutors race, and what that all entails been, obviously, the American prosecutor doesn't just deal with violent crimes, murders, etc. Etcetera. Also, they do a lot of child support enforcement, and one of the things we always hear from people is, you know, the prosecutors come up to me for child support. But my wife will let me or girlfriend or whomever. Let me see the kids and on the other side. It's a so and so owes me child support, but I can't get anywhere to the downtown won't do anything. Are we doing enough with child support to make sure everybody is doing what they're supposed to do? And also as a should've mentioned this earlier. But also as a criminal defense attorney. I also practiced family law as well as so sorry. God love you. I do not have the patience for that. Well, and it's, you know, family laws and interesting topic. Because it's a very emotionally charged subject in the law and a lot of people don't deal with it. And they can't deal with it. Or they choose not to deal with it. Unfortunately, that doesn't help the person who's going through the issues that you've just mentioned with child support. And so one of the roles and responsibilities of the prosecutor's office is to enforce child. Support orders in Indiana and not so much just Marion county, but as long as there's a child support order, it's it's are mandated responsibilities you title for d to enforce those orders, and as far as the issue of you know, you brought up two subjects in two different issues. One is child support and one is Xiao custody. And so that's where the prosecutor's office won't get involved with the child custody issue, but enforcing child support orders against the non custodial parent to ensure that the non custodial parent is paying for child support provides a benefit not only to the child and the. Rodeo parent, but also to the state of Indiana. So that this the average taxpayer is not picking up the tab for non pain parents a question for rep appear. Obviously you run as a Republican. This is Marion county Democrats usually have like a sixty forty edge over Republicans this midterm. So that means use of the party that's owns a what runs the White House tend to lose seats, a lot of people MIR Donald Trump is not very popular here in Marion county. How do you run? How do you win as a Republican in the very blue Marion county? I just have to understand this the the makeup of Marion county, and what my uphill battle is in this election. But at the end of the day, I think the average person in Marion county just has to ask themselves are you satisfied with the way things have been running for the last eight years. Are you do you think that the people that you have elected are keeping you safe and are doing everything they can to make sure that public safety is priority number one and public safety and crime prevention and keeping family safe in Marion county is not a Republican or democratic issue. It is it is a issue. And if everybody wants to bury their head in the sand and not take a proactive role in this will then continue to keep doing what we've been doing for the last eight years, but if it's time for a fresh start in his time for fresh ideas in order to combat these problems that have been plaguing us. Well, then I think you have a decision to make it the ballot come November six. All right. Well, I guess it hasn't been strong band the Republican candidate for America. 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Student arrested for posting vid of himself shooting AR zombies in school

WIBC Programming

05:41 min | 2 years ago

Student arrested for posting vid of himself shooting AR zombies in school

"A southern Indiana high school student now facing expulsion after. Being arrested for posting a clip from the video game that appeared. To, show a school shooting at his high school eighteen year old Sean small was arrested for intimidation After posting a video from the zombie augmented reality game but lets you use your own locations from your phone. The video posted to Facebook, showed small shooting zombies inside Scott's Berg high

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"marion county" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"marion county" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Eight fifty wwl news. Rake Twenty-four-year-old undocumented immigrant Christian Rivera has been. Charged with first degree murder in. The case of, missing Iowa jogger Bali Tibbets according to, law enforcement, Rivera had, been working locally in the area. For several years officials say. He was an undocumented immigrants a detail that Iowa governor Kim Reynolds quickly tweeted about saying in. Part we are angry that a broken immigration, system allowed a predator like this, to live in our community and at a rally in West Virginia President Trump talking about Rivera's, arrest and his immigration status should have never happened. Rivera led police certificates body in a cornfield an autopsy will. Be performed today President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani is reacting, to his clients former lawyer Michael, Cohen pleading guilty to several charges. Yesterday here's part of Giuliani statement there is no allegation of any. Wrongdoing against the president and the government's charges against Mr. Cohen it is clear that as the prosecutor. Noted Mr. Cohen's actions reflect A pattern of lies and dishonesty over a significant period of, time, complex guilty day eight counts. Of taxation Bank fraud and campaigns finance campaign finance violations he admitted, that at the direction of an, unnamed candidate he made hush money payments to two women Marion county sheriff's, office launching operation can't touch this initiative to identify and capture offenders seeking sex with children online Marion county sheriff Billy woods when he made arrangements he was making arrangements with parents to meet up with a thirteen year. Old paraplegic child when he arrived are you. Found in his vehicle a sleeping. Bag and so, that was he was talking about a, suspect seventy, two year, old Donald willing ham all the. Men arrested face several charges. Including soliciting a child for unlawful sex congressman Brian masks we'll speak with Bill and four minutes. Or just a couple minutes here about the, toxic algae problem on The treasure coast the attorney for the two manatee county men accused of animal cruelty for that shark. Dragging incident that went. Viral because of the video off the Gulf Coast claims the shark might have already been. Dead before it, was dragged behind the vote more than one hundred. FAU students forced to move off campus to a hotel is university overbooked it's, on campus dorms, and MTV's music music video Ward's got, their lowest ratings ever in history your, next update at, eight o'clock I'm Karen Curtis stay connected with news anytime at eight fifty w. f. t. l. dot com This.

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Tia, Prosecutor and Warner Cable discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:23 min | 2 years ago

Tia, Prosecutor and Warner Cable discussed on 24 Hour News

"Near Branson Missouri Colin family members memorialized including, three children and the husband survivor Tia, Coleman, Tia, works as. A paralegal for the Marion county prosecutor's office prosecutor Terry curry on behalf of your friends colleagues man IBM CPO may God be with, you And comfort you in the days weeks and months ahead to you is one of. Two family members, who survived the duck boat accident nine family members died seventeen people died in total the NTSB, is investigating, correspondent, Ryan burrow the public service commission has revoked its approval of charter communications merger. With Time, Warner Cable the PSC says charter needs to find another cable, provider for. It's more than two million customers in New York state regulators say, charter failed to reach some of the, conditions, service, a condition. Of their merger merger approval There's a new proposal aimed at easing. Traffic congestion, in the city by putting a cap on ridesharing vehicles like Uber this. Manhattan man don't CBS to he'd like to see more camps and fewer f based vehicles. Traffic it's unfair for Uber and lived to be in this market individuals paid a million dollars for for a.

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"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of, impropriety please take, this case that's exactly right and, then they can send to do they don't get paid any extra to do with. It they just take it as part of, their normal duties now in this case. You have the Marion county prosecutor who's conflicted because the attorney general represents. Prosecutors. Throughout the state on, a pellet work is that a valid excuse. Or does curry just I? Want to take the case so I have been critical of Terry curry for citing conflict on on Other. Cases where I didn't think there was a. Constant like Aaron Bailey like, Aaron Bailey, executive good memory but, in this case I no I think I think it's correct because, the because he does represent the Marion. County prosecutor's office rob kindle in for the chicks, speed with Carl Brizzi about these special prosecutor being named, in, the Curtiss hill case now this guy's name. Is Daniel Sigler he's best known as being one. Of the dudes who prosecuted Charlie white. Lead guy yeah and. Give us a. Little background because you know this guy defended Charlie did so the prosecutor's office I defended Charlie. White the case wind up going to trial in Hamilton. County, Dan siegler was, one of the attorneys delete attorney, his son DJ Sigler who was also a deputy prosecutor he worked on the case. As well as a former retired assistant US, attorney by the name of John doubt. Okay so what sort of prosecutor is Danial Sigler well he's an excellent He's an excellent lawyer. And. He's also been successful after being prosecutor he's? Methodical, thorough and what You. Know I look this'll be like his third very third. Or fourth very, public investigations last prosecution it does that far of a high profile public figures so in short. These guys know what they're doing and are not going to get distracted by by the publicity this thing is like setting up to be the alternate hype deal because you've now got Jim Bopp the guy who has, won, cases in front of the supreme court does well? Setting. Up a defence fund for courtesy Bill Jim Voyles who's the dude who defended. Mike Tyson correct is the criminal defense attorney for Curtis l. and now you. Got this guy this is like this is like may weather Paki. Owl up here for that Yeah it's the clash of titans for sure I mean Voyles is at the you know he's the real deal James Bopp as you said also another nationally respected lawyer setting up the defense on for Curtis Curtis hill, is, no slouch he's a he's a super smart guy? So. It'll be interesting to see how this plays out get our guest Carl Brizzi. Were talking a little bit about the special prosecutor. Daniel Sigler being set up For the case..

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"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Very good relationship raised about forty billion dollars over the last year so i think the secretary trump he may be the only ones but that's okay that's president trump there at the start as a meetings nato there he was walking with the secretary general i believe it's stoltenberg i can pronounce last name it's airlines jen's or or how it's it's properly pronouncing mean to do in any way be rude but the president started started this event by going right at germany and it was not kind at all germany is totally controlled by russian because they will get it for sixty to seventy percent of their energy from russia at a new pipeline you tell me if that's appropriate because i think it is not and i think it's a very bad thing for nato and i don't think it should have happened he also then gets into the idea of spending where germany spends one percent of its gdp on nato but the united states spends four point two percents of its gdp and a much larger gdp on nato the north atlantic treaty organ and of course he has been harping on this for a while that other nations need to pay their fair share there's a thought that of course vladimir putin loves this discord in nato is good for him he russia has never liked the idea of the north atlantic treaty organization because so much of it is built around the russian threat i do believe that nato should remain i have no problem with people paying their fair their fair share on that subject in terms of everybody's contributing to the defense of the world but the united states wants to engage the lion share i'm okay with that as well as long as we're completely in charge and as long as it keeps russia in a defensive questioning posture i would rather just have peace and everybody go about their day but that's not what russia's interested in so of russia's interested in having strength i'm interested in russia wondering what's going to happen to them on any given day and any given place just one man's philosophy and how you deal with the soviet union i mean russia isla you know what i mean you you didn't think that was purposeful we haven't met marion county prosecutor terry curry appointing a special prosecutor into the case of curtis l of course it's those sexual abuse allegations if you will sexual impropriety i'm going to say lawmaker a member of the democrats team their their their comms director as saying that curtis hill at an event back in march was inappropriately touching people rubbing people's bags grabbing someone's lawmakers rear end twice according to her that's the the story here and there supposedly to other people who have made the same claim curtis hill is denying it by saying that i can't tell the story yet but i want i want an investigation i want people to to know the truth so is there truth to come out that's what we're about to find out i'm in favor of the investigation i favor investigations to find out what happened and interestingly i got asked this question about mike broncos mike brown was on our show yesterday and mike braun i asked him about curtis hill right i asked him specifically about curtis l and he said you know that he should probably resign but he has a right to defend himself a couple of hours later he came out with a statement these allegations against attorney general hell are troubling and serious i support the government bipartisan leadership's call for his resignation and i support this being referred to the inspector general for a full investigation so seemed to strengthen his stance after speaking with us because i was the first person to ask him as he said no one's asked him his thoughts on this he's happy to tell me and then he kind of gave a very both sides kind of response now he's given a statement with with more strength that the attorney general should indeed resign that's what he says the attorney general will should do the attorney general is not doing this he's not about to do this it seems we'll see how this progresses we'll have more on the traffic updates what's going on i seventy and how you work around that that's coming up i'm tony cats swain co can help you with those problems in your basement and your crawlspace that mold that mildew that water that standing water that shouldn't be there in your crawlspace and swain co knows how to take care of it family owned and operated with over thirty years of.

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"marion county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"marion county" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Us complains that china uses predatory practices including cyber theft to challenge american technological dominance bill rakoff cbs news washington yesterday indiana attorney general curtis he'll defiantly rejected calls to resign claimed he has been unfairly denied due process over allegations that he gripped a lawmaker and three legislative staffers at a party and he called the claims vicious and false today marion county prosecutor terry curry nasty filed a motion in criminal court requesting a special prosecutor i am a client of the attorney general's office bylaw by statute the attorney general is required to represent any prosecutor who's been sued in a civil action and in fact the attorney general represents us in two high profile matters at this time what are the suits was filed by planned parenthood over indiana's new abortion laws all twelve boys and their soccer coach are safely out of a flooded cave where they were trapped for more than two weeks cbs news course by anna werner has more on the intense and complicated rescue in northern thailand as the last ambulances raced away from the flooded cave crews in thailand celebrated the end of an eighteen day saga to save a young soccer team and their coach a team of international divers navigated a treacherous two and a half mile escape route to bring alaska boys out of darkness this morning everybody in thailand allowed the one i have to say thank you very much helicopters.

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"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"At five thirty kurdish hill says he's been denied due process by those calling for his resignation marion county prosecutor terry curry says that's not relevant unless and until the special prosecutor he has requested decides to file criminal charges due process only to a criminal proceeding are taking someone's property whatever's occurred up to this point in my mind does not implicate his due process considerations the marion county criminal court will name that special prosecutor soon attorney general hill is being accused of sexual misconduct by four women one of the mistakes legislator the trump administration is struggling to reunite immigrant families broken up at the border with mexico fox's jessica rosenthal reports health and human services and ice now say four out of one hundred and two children under the age of five have been reunited with their parents fiftyone children are eligible to be reunited the rest while it varies for another twenty kids their parents were either deported or released into the us on bond in fourteen other cases the parent either had a serious criminal history or turned out they weren't the parent at all authorities were using dna swamps match kids up with the adults federal judge dana lebron's says dna tests must be destroyed afterward and that they can only be used if their suspicion the parent isn't related to the child jessica rosenthal fox news joe donnelly vote to confirm conservative brett cavanaugh has supreme court justice the senator has been noncommital but vice president pence tells ninetythree wicbc's tony cats in the days ahead i know that senator donnelly has expressed a desire to study judge kavanagh's record to sit down and meet with them and i look forward to speaking with you about judge cavenaugh new survey monkey axios poll shows donnelly the incumbent democrat and a virtual tie with his republican challenger in little number election mike braun here's that bear with traffic's their website absolutely brutal today we're going to start on the northwest side southbound four sixty five staff go starting from eighty.

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"One for the record books": Heat wave hits Southern California

WBBM Evening News

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"One for the record books": Heat wave hits Southern California

"Continues at seven thirty one cbs news updates mantra california's broiling and record breaking heat and some parts of it are actually burning because of wildfires cbs news correspondent steve futterman is very hot here in southern california today in los angeles in san diego temperatures in the nineties above one hundred people are being urged to stay indoors if they can especially those who are elderly or who have health problems cooling centers have been set up in some areas as well not to the west under a fire threat because of high temperatures and drought conditions or wildfire on california's border with oregon has killed one person suzy brady with cal fire says crews are having a tough time gaining ground eight thousand acres and five percent contain we are going to experience the same kind of weather that we did yesterday so that doesn't make a concern for us we are strengthening our containment lines adding extra resources to the high in california is expected to last through tomorrow cbs news update i'm sam litzinger wbz news time seven thirty two indiana's embattled attorney general says he will not resign despite mounting allegations of inappropriate conduct one lawmaker in three legislative aides say they were groped by indiana attorney general curtis hill the republican says he will stay on as lawmakers from both sides sides of the aisle call on him to step down hill is a former elkhart county prosecutor he says he's being falsely accused of some of the same crimes he spent decades prosecuting he wants the marion county prosecutor to look into the allegations hill does not believe an investigation by the indiana inspector general's office would be fair or independent rob heart newsradio on one zero five point nine time the associated press reports yet another woman has come forward with allegations against courtesy and a rally is planned for tomorrow at the state house support hills accusers chicago police superintendent eddie johnson says felice made a lot of progress this week in the fight to get guns off the streets you says officers were very busy on independence day on july fourth chicago police officer sees the highest number of illegal guns for any one day so far this year fifty one weapons were taken off city streets from midnight to midnight on july fourth and twenty six people were arrested on gun related charges johnson also says officers conducted a series of precision rates from thursday morning until this morning and making one hundred six arrests one hundred four for felonies after being wrongfully convicted of rape and spending twenty years behind bars you'll receive a lot of money from.

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Health department issues warnings after raccoon tests positive for rabies in Marion County

Upstate Live with Joey Hudson

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Health department issues warnings after raccoon tests positive for rabies in Marion County

"Has been suspended pending the outcome of a district investigation because this happened yesterday that he was a spended he's on administrative leave with pay because students said that he took some class time to drown nuisance animals that would be raccoons i can't even imagine they are big in they're mean and i don't know how you go about drowning raccoons in front of a class this this probably was an unpleasant process and i i would question yeah i mean this is worse than waterboarding if you're drowning them i look i think that raccoons deserve a cruel fate but not in front of kids i mean i know they're high school kids and he was trying to make a point the district says we receive statements of the teacher drowned multiple animals in front of students and with student participation that would have been fun because the animals were nuisance animals to the ag program at the school so said kevin christian school district spokesman look eliminating raccoons from destroying the program at the school but maybe doing it in in class time now this is unless right he's making a contribution here to the student lunch program only teasing only teasing this is in marion county florida the florida fish and wildlife conservation commission issued a statement saying that it is looking into an incident that occurred at forest high school in marion county involving a raccoon i do not know what happened to the for of this animal but i do know that the coon skin caps that once were popular when back in the nineteen fifties when there was a davy crockett craze most of them were not actually made from real raccoon tails and for bill in lacey washington bill you're on the michael medved show afternoon michael how you doing doing well number one i hope you have not instigator they peter boycott of your show now.

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"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Consensus actually it's great right i have nothing nothing to lose and it is it is truly truly liberating because again bill and i have known each other for what fifteen years and when i heard he was running we had we had breakfast and you know it it reminded me of of all the great work that we did together you know that when he was in charge of homicide investigations for the for the city that he had a clearance rate rob for homicides eighty one percent eighty one percent clearance rate the highest clearance rate in the nation do you know what i am pd's clearance rate is now what is it forty percent while forty percent now i'm gonna tell you something else which is going to blow your mind the prosecutor's office you take that forty percent which means that if you commit murder in indianapolis you have a six in ten chance of never even being arrested for it you take that number the people who do get arrested and face charges the marion county prosecutor terry curry as a forty percent conviction rate rob kendall carl brizzi discussing the hotly contested primary contests on the democrat side for marion county sheriff carey forrestal the party establishment choice bill benjamin the outsider carl supporting bill benjamin you guys somehow got baby face to come here for a rally out baby face was here on on tuesday night tuesday night came in indianapolis bill and baby face have been childhood friends on centers yeah known each other since they were five years old spending the night at each other's homes maybe faces mom defeating bill and all this stuff and so yeah so he came in last night for a rally we had a rally at the willows over there on westfield and broader bill and and babyfaced was there he spoke bill spoke we had about five hundred people come out totally organic rob that's also we spread the message through the internet and i said that's awesome not because i i don't have a dog and if i don't live in marion county but it's awesome to see people involved in the political process will you may not live in marion county but let me tell you as somebody who's who's experienced what happens when you have this kind of a crime rate and how it extends out into the suburbs.

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"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The quote unquote establishment and so joining us in studio to make the case is a good friend fellow lawyer called bracy crawl good afternoon thanks for having me so why are you a former republican prosecutor chiming in on a democratic race for sheriff of marion county cats and dogs dogs living together armageddon well here here's i've known bill benjamin for fifteen eighteen years now and he was my goto homicide detective when i was marrying county prosecutor and this was a time when we had record low homicide rates and now you fast forward to two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen we have record we have record homicide rates each year two thousand sixteen to two thousand seventeen and we are on pace this year for another also eclipsed the record so now the question is are we going to keep electing the same establishing people into office to keep the status quo or are we going to bring back and it doesn't matter what party the sheriff it doesn't matter what party the prosecutor is it's about who is going to do the job going after bad guys locked up bad guys and keeping the people of marion county safe now one thing that some of the pushback could probably come as well that works if we were show sort of the old days where the sheriff had those law enforcement duties responsibilities you remember all the all the all the days of the merger and who got what and no the purpose over here that over here here could you really expect that from the sheriff today since the sheriff's fundamental job is bail serving process sex offenders and city county building security.

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"marion county" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"marion county" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Many of them stop and say prayers others look down and meditate paying final respects to barbara bush steve futterman cbs news outside saint martin's episcopal church in houston where former president george hw bush is right now shaking hands invitation only funeral service tomorrow across the country today students walking out of school on this nineteenth anniversary of the columbine high school massacre student activist david hough register to vote and the folks because if you don't register to vote in you don't vote none of this matters is nothing's going to change another high school shooting in florida today one student shot in the ankle a suspect is in custody down south almost came here to marion county and they need to stop sheriff billy woods referring to the parkland high school shootings the democratic national committee is suing the trump campaign here's cbs's steven portnoy the lawsuit alleges that the hacking of the dnc servers pretty much two years ago this weekend affected the campaign resulted in a dramatic drop in donations to the democratic national committee in the summer of two thousand sixteen i they say it resulted in death threats to dnc staffers and for that the party is seeking damages e coli update from cbs's peter king that outbreak first reported last week is in sixteen states with nearly twenty new cases over the past few days nine people are hospitalized including two patients with kidney failure the centers for disease control says the likely sources.

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"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Seen route ten of the run in the show thanks for joining us follow me on twitter rob m kendall yesterday was a big day for the gop in marion county it was slating and slating is a controversial process that the gop and democrats in marion county used to select their candidates and some people are critical of this because essentially the party power structure decides who will represent the parties at it takes away a lot of the power for the people those on the pros i'd say it's necessary because in a place like marion county you need to allocate all of your resources to the fall election you don't want to spend them in the primary and with the state of talk about the lady a process the good the bad and the ugly is our good friend indian state senator jim merit is the chairman of the republican caucus in the indian a senate he's also the marion county gop chair senator merit tell us about this controversial process known a slating well what is it is where all the pressing committee men in marion county gather for a convention and uh they've heard from the sheriff candid soon and all the other candidates for office uh all year round of from pro a maybe last may on and and what they do is they get together and and um in pick arkansas' a we will support the may primary why hi uh because many years ago and i thought this was a wise idea a rather than everybody running the primary in spending a great deal of money uh republican money if you will we we narrowed down to one person in the hope that we can carry this late in the primary and thus their all in and like this year there won't be three can't candace miller republican party on the on the uh marion county ballot in hopefully just one end in in that saves money and and we can we can be efficient and and narrowed down to one and in support that one canada is the premise being hates really expensive to run ads and get the word out in indianapolis so we all want our candidates using all the resources in the primary that's exactly right and we also can run as a team is almost like a dress rehearsal for the for the.

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"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Exactly what went on but very inappropriate montages taking place that involve 10yearold girl's just disgusting disgusting behavior now what's going to be interesting rob is that's there may be a special special prosecutor placed involved in this case and the reason that may happen is that marion county prosecutor terry curry he has been very vocal against miller in the past to the point where he's donated money to the opponent that ran against miller and vents campaign against the miller i think it's the right thing to do for him to appoint a special prosecutor we don't know if that's going to happen or not but if it does is that's the right thing to do or are people going to complain that this is another high profile case here in marion county to go along with the erin case that a special prosecutor is going to have to handle absolutely would have to step aside if he's given money which he has to the opponents of than miller gene where a lot of people will feel curry blewett was stepping aside on the aaron bailey case because now does publicly look like you're you're you're dodging two big highprofile cases in a row but in this case as the territory will absolutely have to step aside who did you speak reverse earlier talked to indiana state senator jim it and he is also the marion county gop chairman i he called of for the resignation of council miller as soon as the charges were level will i believe that the charges are sickening and uh it's time for him to resign obviously he'll have to do the paperwork it too he asked right be a letter and and uh but i believe next week we'll see of proof that he'll be resigning we live in a world now where we see people calling on roy mortar resigned people called on al franken to resign is there a stand where he say okay crossed it's now time to call on someone to resign yes when charges are filed and they're they are it's a terrifying and i've my heart goes out to the victim terrifying went to the charges are and it's uh it's time how does that go do you make a phone call to him i called him and um i told me he needs to resign and uh i think you'll you'll be seeing the paperwork next week that's how to be.

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"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"marion county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"For sunday high of ninety mac hitler here's what's trending this hour over seventy years after being sunk by the japanese in world war two search team says they found the wreckage of the uss indianapolis i'm chris davis before last year headed all been guesswork they have been looking for indian atlas for seventy two years but last year said new historical records were found permanent previous ship that had cited at the indianapolis before it was sunk saturday morning billionaire paul allen's search team actually found wreckage from the idea of atlas fifty five hundred meters below the sea near the philippines of there are only nineteen survive asia the indianapolis left to appreciate for the moment chris davis 93 wibc mobile news alan says he hopes the discovery can bring some closure to all who have been impacted and arrest is made following online threats towards warned central high school stay in lear has the details the suspect is a girl who was taken to the juvenile center the school district says though stretch at no time were deemed credible and the administration tells parage the safety of their children was always the top priority the investigation by the indianapolis police cybercrimes unit is being reviewed by the marion county prosecutor's office where a decision will be made about possible charges stand earlier nutty redoubled you ivc mobile news and amac handler on the level on the go and on twitter at ninety three wibc and wibc dot com now here's the forecast from the american standard cooling weather center skies clearing out a bit overnight with temperatures in the middle '60s and very warm again for the second half of the weekend sunday we'll have a high of eighty eight with partly sunny skies a mix of sun and clouds for your monday warm still with a high of eighty nine i'm are tv6 meteorologist.

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"marion county" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"marion county" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"As 16yearold riding on any tv on a private road in the marion county town of busing this killed yesterday evening state patrol reports the youngster struck a tree resulting in a fatal injury just after six pm at this time the name is being withheld the iowa state patrol says vehicles collect going one hundred twenty five miles for our the east mixmaster sixty miles over the speed limit the patrol shared the picture the radar on its facebook page rescue crews were called to a nearby dale home yesterday after report of a gunshot injury crews were called a ninety one hundred willard court urban nail police tell who radio news at teenage boy reportedly shot himself in the leg or clean in a handgun was shaken new local hospital his injury is not considered lifethreatening here's the who threeday forecast the three day forecast keeps rain out of the way and humidity on the download we are going to see temperatures staying cooler as well toward the end of the work week temperature of eighty four degrees for our thursday it'll be cloudy in the morning few scattered showers left over in eastern iowa than will clear things out lots of sunshine on friday a high of eighty two and again sunny on saturday comfortable high eighty two degrees that is the news radio 1040 who threeday weather from channel thirteen i'm ed wilson and currently in the moines it's partly cloudy and north wounded five will drop to degree in last down 71 degrees at news radio 1040 who now he's the leak in office review dunkirk became the first nonfrench is filmed the tough the weekend box office this summer opening with a fifty milliondollar hall was strong.

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