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"You pulled on him, and he was number two on your list of favorables. Which that makes sense. Marin County is a blue County 40. It was something like 49 21 49 favorable 21 Unfavorable. That's uh, I mean, look, no one's ever beating Andre Carson, right. We can agree with that that if you're a Republican, and you're running, it's Andre Carson has anything other than a vanity project. You're wasting your time. I would say right now. Yes, the best time to run against and Andre Carson type, uh, elected official is usually it's years six of a presidential term. Because actually, Andre had, obviously when Julia Carson ran Back in. Oh, gosh, like 2006 ish. I think it was that was like her worst showing against a guy named Eric Dickerson, not the football player. But the other airports and the auto dealer guy, which helped him people like Eric Dickerson he's running for. Actually, It did help but uses like that. It's usually like that those off year elections or The or the or year six of a of an eight year presence because people are just kind of tired, just ready to move on. But once again, Mayor County being very democratic or heavily democratic right now, Um, I don't see Andre losing, and it does go to a topic that we've talked about on this show numerous times in the process, as has begun of redistricting, and when the Republicans in the state draw map to protect their other incumbents, they said, Well, we're just gonna make Marion County so blue. It does a disservice to the people of Marion County because it doesn't make Andre Carson a better congressman, because he's never worried about losing. But here's the thing about Marion County, and it will be interesting. What happens with the redistricting? Because, uh, Marion can't the the old seven district used to be like a baseball diamond? Yeah, like a baseball diamond in the square. So like the the Northeast corner was like in the six and the Northwest corner was in the fifth and listen the ninth. I was in the fourth. It was actually that that was ridiculous, right? But now it's basically draw a line along 60 seconds 71st Street, and that's where the That's where the fifth meets the seven. I would argue, if if I were Republicans Probably end up moving that line north to 86th street. Uh, just just to compensate for population. Um, is it It's a little bit more Republican. Um Yeah, but Mary kind is basically a Democratic county from from congressional perspective, So you're really not going necessarily lose anything. Also, what she had to be very, very careful of is when we when we started drawing maps, is those keep those committees of interest together. Particularly you. You You cannot draw maps to dilute racial minority voting that you that the courts are very, very Very very hasn't about so say, say. So. So instead of so, uh, Here we go. So you have your Merry County square and so draw the line east to West is one thing online north to south of something totally completely different. Hey, Speaking of drawing the maps, you had Jeff more on your show. I listen to that interview. I'm a big fan of Abdul at large here Saturdays 123 here on W IBC yet He's the going to be the libertarian nominee for secretary state. We had him on the mark and Rob Show last week. Hey, you gotta give the Libertarian party credit They have because we talked about this after Rainwater's success. Is it a one off? And then you're back to bad candidates that can't connect with people that can raise money that don't and they don't. The party doesn't create infrastructure. The libertarians. Oh, they're not going to come out and start winning elections left and right, But at least they're doing the things that people like us. Look at and say. Okay, you're taking it serious? Yes, they're they're no longer Acting like a dungeons and dragons group of guys in the basement, You know, just, you know, eating Cheetos and drinking diet, drinking Pepsi and playing Dungeons Dragons are actually turning into a political party because I got, uh Evan, Uh, gosh. Evan McMahon, Ed McMahon, who's head of the Who is head of the party. Now who takes things a lot more. Who's Who's a lot more of a political creature than previous, Uh, statewide chairman. The Libertarian Party owes us a lot of thank you's, don't they? Um, I would say yes. Going back to rainwater and the pool we put out actually, a year ago, Uh, this week. I think it was. That's right. You and I are the two most important libertarians in the Libertarian party. Remind people I'm not a libertarian, uh, real quick. Let's wrap this up because there's a couple of actual political topics I wanted to get to When will people be able to see more? Learn more? Where can they do that about this poll? Because I think it's great that you do this. I would check any politics later this afternoon like my my my conversation with Andrew White shirt by pollster we spoke for about 28 minutes and 50 seconds and some change, which makes it great for any issues. That's convenient. How you work that out exactly which by the way that will run actually next week on network Indiana We had a really good conversation about how he did how he did the methodology while we chose registered voters are supposed to likely voters and also this poll was difficult. This poll wasn't a phone pole per se because usually the oldest was No. You have a list of voters you call like Hey, I'm blah, blah, blah, blah. We actually did. Online and text messaging is how we did this one. And these conversations of dual has with his pollsters are super interesting. Like if you're interested in Hey, I always see the results of the poll set and you wonder how did they do this? You do a great job with these pollsters of going inside how they came to these conclusions. And the scary thing is I technically have three of them now. Oh, yeah, That's right. Yes, Yes, yes. Okay, so let's get to some political stuff. By the way, it's Rob Kindle will keep trust program statehouse happening. This story came out yesterday and we didn't talk that we're going to talk about it, But I'm sure you're up on this story involving Kelly Mitchell, the state treasurer, and Jim Holden. Yes, I knew it. I knew as soon as I saw the name I said, that's going to be the reaction and you did The IRA. Okay, so the state treasurer is being sued. Over the fact that she would help me here. I'm trying to. I'm trying to capsize to, uh, make simple a very complex. Jim Holden is saying that Kelly Mitchell handed out $6 million worth of contracts that were not competitively bid out. Yes, Okay, perfect. And he's saying then that those contracts should be null and void. They relate to financial decisions for the state of India. Financial advice, investments, those sort of things right, right, Okay. Who is Jim, who is Jim Holden? Let's see. Can I say the word bas hole on the radio like you just did. So I guess I just did. That's bass, by the way. Laser, uh Jim Holden used to work for Richard Mourdock. Um, when Richard Rodak with straight treasurer, and when Richard Mourdock ran for the Senate, Jim Hall was kind of his campaign manager and holding just did a whole bunch of really, really, really unnecessary things. In my opinion, like Like co opting like databases and the whole nine yards and but nothing illegal. Nothing illegal. He's just a jerk. Okay? He was a jerk. He was people say.
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"Fair begins today and Matt Bear. Did you know that there is an application here online where you could become a performer or an entertainer at the fair? I did not know that. Well, we're going to get this filled out right now. Tony Katz 93. W I B C Good morning. Matt Bear is the performer. There's just one performer in the group. Max stands on stage looks. Oh, no. Awkwardly at people. Begs for love. Wets himself. I don't think anybody wants to see that to be honest. Okay, alright. You're right. We'll just What's this? Get rid of the banks for love Part. There you go. There you go. There. It's fine Social media links That would be twitter dot com slash Hammer and Nigel. Is where people can go and find more we're going to. We're going to get in there and you can be part of it. Usually part of the Marion County Fair, which starts today. It's just five bucks. Abdul Kim Shabbas. He is one of the people who runs this thing. The man who's got his fingers involved in enemy everything from indie politics dot org joins us now on the drive. People are dot com Hotline. I'm sorry you're going to have some some rain that goes with it this week. But this is one of the bigger events going on in the trying to be post Covid world. How's it going? Actually not bad a little bit of rain overnight, So we're kind of hoping the rain Oh, hold off. If we do get any rain. It'll be earlier in the day because the fairer officially opens up at three o'clock this afternoon and runs to 11 Monday through Friday. Then 11 to 11 on Saturday and Sunday, So hopefully the rain will not be an issue and folks will come on. Now That's only five bucks admission. Children under 12 Get in for free. And also if you are their kids under five, get in for free. If you are military, police or firefighters are first responded with an idea. You get in for free as well. So this fair, the Marion County Fair? Uh, different, of course than the state fair. When did this thing start? And how many people do you expect? It started actually back in the 19 thirties as a street fair over in the want to make area and was relocated 220 acres of land out here on Troy Avenue and Fisher Road like 91 years ago. We used to have a few 1000. Quite a few 1000 people show up over the course of the 10 days between now on the Fourth of July, and we're actually expecting even bigger crowd this year because, like I said, you know, as well as anyone. We just went to the pandemic mask, mandates and state homeowners. So people been kind of locked in 14 15 months. So folks really want to get out. And so we're here to provide them with a safe and good opportunity to have a good good family fine. Talking to Abdul Kim Shabbas talking about the Marion County Fair. Uh, I know that you've you've talked to the WBC newsrooms about concepts of of restrictions and what it is, people are doing or not doing But have you run into anybody is actually worried that A fair whether it's this or whether it's the Indiana State fair. We're going to get back to the idea of super spreader events, which I would argue never necessarily came. But is it I have people brought up those kinds of concerns. Obviously, we're going to comply with the Merry County Health Department rules and also keep in mind to remember asking questions after but became the director of public health in Marin County. When the mayor had their news conference past week. How many? So how many known case of Covid 19 came out of the Indy 500. It was only like 19 out of 130,000 people. So if you can look at 19 case out of 130,000 people, we think we should be okay here at the fairgrounds, which is primarily an outdoor event. So I'm looking at at the line up here, right? You've got music acts that are that are going on Rodney Atkins on June 27th the band Perry. Is there a July 3rd. But the best July 1st lead afford. Lita Ford is still alive. This is the part that amazes me. Yes, I'm over. Marcy's playground. Blessing is always going to pre person is going to be on July 2nd, But, yeah, we got a lot of different actually. Country we've got Papa got R and B. So basically, we got something for everybody out here. But you don't have Matt Bear as a performer, and luckily there's a form. That I can I can fill out. Are you saying that the Marion County Fair allows anybody to just show up and perform? Well, we'll talk about it. We're negotiating with mass agent right now. Do you want like a jar of green M and M's like every day we're like, No, that's not going to happen. We'll get your red M and M Clearly in this situation. I'm Matt Bears agent. I I think that's that's obvious right there, Lord, But like people can just be like you know what I want to give this a try. I want to sing a song and we've got a dance troupe or whatever they could just be a part of it. We made you a talent show maybe in the next couple years, But right now we're we're going with the more traditional accent. We know. We'll draw a big crowd. Matt Bear. I'm sorry. I tried man. I tried as hard. As I possibly good. Abdul Kim Shabbas. It's the Marion County Fair. Marion County fair dot org Marion County fair dot.
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"Was lit, it was supposed to create a big flash noise and smoke balloons on the mailbox in overturned cooler. It was a baby shower that they were at the celebration derailed in an instant when a candid meant to signal the new arrival. Exploded into the crowd instead, for Pete's sake. And you know if it was just one time you could say, Well, bad luck. Um, I don't know. Do you remember this story amid pressure to go viral over out Landis Gender reveals, Uh, First of all this. Wow resulted. It could be honest. Yes, it ain't the dudes did use like, why can't I just tell my friends were having a kid? And it's gonna be a point in the women okay? Amid pressure to go viral over outlandish gender reveal stunts. This one resulted in a plane crash. Oh, for crying out loud crop duster and its preliminary report the NTSB Determining this airplane overturned during one such gender reveal in Turkey, Texas, Turkey, Texas You've ever been there? No, no, no, I haven't. 30 sounds God's God's country. It happened in early September. According to the agency. The plan was to have the crop dusting plane dropped 350 gallons of Pinkwater. Oh, but according to the report, the airplane flying at a low altitude was going too slow installed, causing it to flip over the two on board. One person sustained a minor injury. Seriously, Right. This is great. All right. So let's see. We've got a cannon that killed a man. We've got a plane crash. How about this explosion in Iowa? What was supposed to be a joyous occasion at this world? Max? Go home. Isn't it funny? They always say that what was supposed to be a joyous occasion or rural? What was supposed to be a joyous occasion at this rural Knox go home. Ended in tragedy. Late Saturday afternoon. We received this press release that region Park, the Merry County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call of an explosion. A gender reveal announcement resulted in the explosion.
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"Dot com or call an agent to get a quote. I'm mad Bear with traffic on the fives. Follow us on Twitter. W. V C traffic. Let's send it over to Randy Alice with the look at the weather. Yeah. There. Thanks for having factor. Rain is just now started moving across parts of a merry county, Especially the city's south side. Some light Sprinkles. This is going to increase and get study her and heavier as we head for this morning into this afternoon. No thunder, no lighting. No severe weather, but a wet one. Stay under way here. High temperature 48 degrees Gonna turn colder tonight. The rain will probably change over to period of snow showers before ending. Or any accumulation should be under inches. No could be some slick spots developing perhaps later this evening. We'll have to kind of wait. See about that Lower 25 a break Thursday, becoming partly sunny tomorrow side near 40. And then on Friday, warmer weather periods of rain likely there may be a couple thundershowers around. In fact, the rain could start out in the wee hours of Friday morning is a little bit of freezing rain. They quickly changed over the all rain and Friday side near 50. So there you go, Rob. It's gonna be a very active pattern. Now heading into the brand New Year we will hit a high of 49 today currently at 37 in the American Standard Heating Weather Center Times, 707. This hour on 93. W. V. C is powered by right away heating and cooling your American standard air dealer in Hancock County..
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"It is the day after Thanksgiving. It is the market Rahm show I'm Rob Mark is out. Abdul is in. And what do we got to get to this Supreme Court ruling that came down on Wednesday that is fascinating related to Cove in 19 restrictions, But first I was driving in today You were doing the morning show for Tony Katz. And you had the Reverend Charles Harrison on who has obviously been a huge fighter and a great hero and in the fight to reduce violence in the city, and I've got to ask you this because the interview what was fascinating. He makes great points. There seems to be contention between the mayor's office Joe Hawks That's office and Charles Harrison in my rate right in that, and why is that? Well, it is. How's this for lawyer answer There. There isn't there isn't What can't understand is this kind of goes back like years to like 6 4007. When Greg Ballard ran for mayor, and when great ballot ran for Mayor Bob he was snow can talk about the crime issue and proper tax in the whole nine yards. And was great ballad Ballad versus Bart Peterson, and with some of the black churches in town. They were not happy with the way the Peterson administration was dealing with the crime problem in the crime issue. And so a number of them decided to support either Greg Ballard by said Hey, go vote for ballad or Hey, just stay home. And don't don't vote at all. Wilson a message Toe X Y Z, right and so That kind of sort of started the back and forth between revving Harrison and a certain number of urban churches vs the Merry County Democratic Party, and so there's always been that back and forth. Tension. There was attention with Melina Kennedy because you had half the black churches supporting Kennedy other have churches supporting ballot. And so Ballard got reelected. We'll throw this interview did was great as I was driving in because he lays out and I think it's a pretty compelling argument. That the problem is we have this top down approach. And this is a person to person type of solution. Right, Like every neighborhood has its respected group of people, people who are influencers. It's It's not a law enforcement thing. It's a respect issue. And right now this top down approach. These people don't respect that. And they're doing whatever they want. And then the top down approach. What whatever it is, we would do with this top down approach or or the change in the way we do Crime prevention grant money It has not been working because the crime problem particularly murdered homicide rate keeps going up and up and up and up and up every year, and I remember asking the mayor's folks about this and a recent kind of media briefing on the East Side Criminal Justice Center. I was like, Hey, are we do, isn't it That's gonna work, because once again we had another year record murders, record homicides. Now, in fairness to the mayor, What they were talking about did necessarily go to the murder homicide rate. But still, the question is there which is we spend millions of dollars on crime prevention. What if we got to show for it except form or dead people and I hate to be crass about it, but it's true. And I remember asking some form of City council about this Nebraska the mayor about this, which is like hey, We're going to take a step back and our crime prevention, grand dollars. Look at them and see what's going on to see if okay, maybe we can change some things around. And so what? They did this time around, which I doubt if it's gonna work. Is the they put out crab, which money in the budget, But what they did was they said, if you're a city Council member, let us know which programs should be funded. I'm not making this up. This is literally a precinct by precinct type of thing. Then, Um, uh, that initially precinct by precinct, but more like, uh, City Council district by City Council. Which means that if you're say, Lawrence, where Alan Brown is, you're probably going to get us much as say, if you're you know, in the heart of the city, but you could have done that. Anyway, But ever since they started changed around the crime, Avenger grand dollars the murder rates been going up and up and up, like, okay, obviously something is not working. Maybe we need to just take a step back and look at this all over again. It is the mark and Rob Show. I'm Rob Mark is out of duel in for mock. We're talking about the interview he did this morning on on the morning show with Reverend Charles Harrison. Which I just thought was so fascinating one thing. How much for phoning it In a minute. I told the fuel I've never seen somebody get more with left. But he also talked about this idea. Of and I'm not using the exact word that he is. But they're the closure of the rate at which we closed cases in that that really that sweet spot between probably say 05 and 2012 where we kind of had for, like, a better term things under control here, here in the city, and it was like an 80% rate by 2012. Yes, it was 8% rate by 2012. And also in that time there were four years just gonna sound really weird folks. Where the murder rate was actually under 100, like 85, If, like 79, Like what? Yeah, like there are like 100 fewer murders about 10 12 years ago. Then before then around 12 4013 to start to creep back. Get back up again. And some of that goes to no budgetary problems with the MPD and just not having the resource is available. But also it did go to do the capture rate because when someone if someone commits murder, and they get caught That makes the family feel better. And it's not like you sound like one of those things where justice wasn't done. And I can't believe they let Rob Kendall back out on the street after the shot my baby's daddy, so I'm gonna go get justice on my own. Do you know how many people have said I can't believe they let Rob Kendall out on the street? Oh, yeah. Like your dad. Mr. Kendall had nothing to do with any sort of violent offenses, but it really was interesting. And I was just floored that politics something from I mean Ballard was elected with 13 years ago. Something from 13 years ago is still impacting how we police and try to secure this city because clearly we have a major issue here. And that sounds like that's what it is. We have a major issue and I'm not not necessarily being judgmental about what the city has been trying to do, because some of it did kind of go from the ballot administration. For example, wraparound services, for example, if I take the drug dealer take him off the street. Well, the this gonna sound really weird. But unfortunately, the drug dealer was also the main breadwinner for the drug dealer's family. So let's go see if we can help the family to get them their services that they need. So they're not. We're not creating Maura or more criminals of war crime, which I totally get. And I totally understand. But the problem is you got to put the bad guys off the street. I'm a big weed and see kind of person. Gotta weed the garden. Then put in the seeds. Yeah, your big weed guy. There's no doubt about that. Well, that's the other kind of we'd see when we come back. We're gonna get into this. I really think was a way I guess Land. I don't know. It's like your legal guys landmark the right way to describe the Supreme Court ruling on Wednesday not they're not really landmark because they don't really change anything. They just sort of reinforced the rule that was already there. All right, so it's fair to say it's at least a change from the rulings we had earlier from the Supreme Court. Regarding government's ability to shut down or limit religious institutions will talk about that..
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"Mobile hot spot so that they can have more reliable service that had to be, you know, one of those enabling conditions in order for us to be able to do. Remote learning with to be able to solve that Internet access at home issue because I know in addition to the hot spots, it's also the technology as well. And also the fact that some kids know may not necessarily be computer literate and their parents may not be no computer literate as well, could also present a challenge to the school district. Sure we had to do a lot of development, You know, for our staff. Teachers are also used in teaching totally remote. So just learning a different online platform in the different ways you can use different system, Tio Tamir, something that would be quite easy to do. If you were in person on DH, Then we know for our younger learners, pre K and kindergarten first grade. They need a lot of assistance from adults to help them navigate. Their iPad and where to log in and that kind of things. Certainly, technology is not unfamiliar, Tio young student who know you know our kiddo these day, they're interacting with a lot of technology. But that's different. Then you know, locking into different platforms and and being a class setting in that way, but certainly that then a lot of support. We've done parent institutes over the past several weeks. Were you offered you no time for parents to log in and you walk through the different platforms. Their Children were going to be taking parted in that kind of thing. Our guest today is ELISA Johnson. She is a superintendent of schools, I guess. Being largest school district in the state getting caught up on return to school up in person running loose and faces that began this week. Superman and Johnson. I also while I want to ask you about the teachers, how are they handling both the the end person learning and the remote learning right now. Well, sure. So, their first week with teachers doing both. I was able to visit some classrooms and and look at the different way that teachers have structured that again. It's a tall task. Tio both make sure you're providing high quality instruction to the kiddo. You see, sitting in front of you and then making sure you're keeping the students who are at home. But also participating. That lesson engaged as well. So it's you know, require the level of sort of attention to detail and planning that above what what we've had to do before. They're certainly an adjustment to doing it and doing it in a way where you're keeping all of your students engaged in with you and you know, and you're doing a technology in a way that keeps them engaged. So I think Something they're taking a little bit longer than they would normally take, cause you're just getting used to that. I hit the paid. As you know, we're in the face more than it'll. It'll become. More common and teachers feel more comfortable. They'll get the bugs worked out. Um, so soon is able to get to school. Okay, Because obviously you gotta coordinate transportation. And you may not need is much translation. Now is you will say ah, a couple of weeks when when more kids side the Appian and going back. Yes, but we made a pretty explicit ask of our parents on marrying County Public Health Department recommended this well that if they were able to transport their students With their own personal transportation to do so. But we've definitely seen even this week. You know, pretty big uptick in our car writer lined and pick up for for students. Because of that, then we were able to get our buster out such that to the extent possible we are, you know, ableto social distance and have one student. Mercy. It won't be perfect across every single route, but because we've had a good number of folks who are now car writers that is helping. We also made an investment in bus monitor than all of our buses so that the driver could do their job and get kids to school safely. But you also have an adult. The student who can do things like unsure there sitting in the find the kind of keeping track of where the others are in the event that we have to do contact tracing from a safety standpoint. So so far this week, so good. You know, we have a new location partner as well. Um, we've been in very frequent communication to be sure that we're on the same page. We're getting kids to become politically. Last question on covert 19 are released may be the last question over 19 for right now. What is what is the district monitoring to make sure the schools can't see open and under what circumstances do you guys have to close back up again? Yeah, That's a great question. You know, we are talking with the Merry County Public Health department. I'm talking, you know, with their team, at least weekly, sometimes more than that. And our chief who's heading up our Kobe response at the district level is probably talking with, um you know, everything will be okay. They've not given clear cut criteria in terms of, you know, I mean, once you reach a point, your school must close down. We have schools that are very small and some that are larger. It was a little bit tricky to be that clear Cut. So for us, we have probate response team at the district level button. Also at every school there, monitoring exposure, quarantine number, isolation, number, positive cases and blowing that information back to us so that we can determine In consultation with the Mir in county public health Department. If we get to a place where we need to say okay, we're you know, we have to close the school down physically, and then be all no moat, learning. We've not gotten to that point at that point, You know? Clearly we're in week one of being back. It does not appear to be a frequent occurrence in the district around us who have been open longer. So you know, my hope is that because we're coming back at a time when the rates have been lower than they were will be able to stay together in person longer..
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"People out. Lt. That's amazon dot com slash Indy jobs. Amazon is an equal opportunity. Employer. I'm mad Bear with traffic on the fives. Father was so on Twitter, a W IBC traffic. Randy Allah Switch TV meteorologist. That is a lot of fog. It is the story of the morning. What brings in and when they headed out. Yeah, I know. I will hear Tony's man matching here. The visibility is down quite a bit. Merry County is not in a dense fog advisory. But still it's just counties north and west of here until nine o'clock. So be care Pro have those low beam headlights on here. I think the fog will get out of here after 8 30 or nine o'clock and then we should become partly sunny over all, not a bad day Cooler day. I kept right around 81 Partly cloudy tonight. Not bad. We dip down around 62 Friday. Mostly sunny and Nice Day should be good for the high school football games. High temperature is 78 degrees, and that we can not bad Saturday afternoon Saturday night was sticking her threat. Foursome. Scattered thunderstorms highs up around 82 Saturday, then partly sunny skies with a high near 80 during the day on Sunday, so after 8 30 or nine o'clock here Tony, the fog should start to. Ah, burn off and get out of here. That is Randy. Alice. Of which TV Randy. Thank you very, very much. 67 degrees in the American Standard Cooling Weather Center the time right now, with 606 Thiss hour on 93 WNBC is powered by the Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing partnership. So you've got Boone and Hamilton. In that fog advisory That's going on Tony Katz 93. W IBC. Good Morning Madison.
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"Was glad to see the marrying county fair happening. Glad of some semblance of normalcy. Coming back. Tio, Central India. My name is Nigel Jason Hammer's here. Abdul licking Shabbas. Attorney at law. Longtime host here in 93 WNBC. You sit on the board for the marrying County Fair. Yes, I'm on the board of the barren county fair. I know it's freaking everybody out Duel on the board of a What? Huh? Yeah. What does that mean? When I think of carnies, I think exactly, exactly. Yeah, I love it on the board for about a year, so been bailed out with their communication stuff. And so based after this weekend, I've been all over television and once again all over radio, so it's going to be here on the hammer and I just feel so Thank you very much. Let's start from the beginning here. Nige said he was happy to see the fair. Stay open. How the hell did you get it Open, like the Marion County Fair was closed. Couldn't go to a lot of places around the city. And they were gonna have just rides only at the state Fair fair yet at the state Fair grounds, and they even put the kibosh on that, But that was all me. So my amazing realism There's no I'm just kidding. No, really. The first must take place back in May, but because Kobe, 19 were still in, like no level saves two or three. We got pushed back and pushing it back until we decided. Hey. Let's just do it to the week of July 11th were Kevin Stage 4.444 point five, but we had to submit a plan to the American Health Department. Hey, what you plan to do with mass when you planted with social distancing when he played with X Y Z, and so we submitted a plan. The improvement. We were good and was based on the same plan is 500 the Colts and the Pacers all dead, So we took that and they approved it. And so we were all good to go. We opened up. We could go Saturday, July 11th and for that first a week, Everything was No, perfectly fine. We've had five arrested like juvenile's just You and juvenile chick fights. Yeah. Chick doing stupid juvenile stuff. But Saturday at about 8 45 is where everything got ridiculous. All right. So you were out of town this weekend, taking a little break some R and R, with the better half. And I'm assuming your phone started to blow up. Take me through What happened next? Um yes. Because we just got done with dinner. We're about to go to casino. Just do what you do up in northwestern India. You're dealing with carnies in your gambling. When did you turn it? May northwest Indiana. Check my father. What in the world. Like what? Then I'm watching them. Some of the life is like what the Blankety Blank is. Going on here. And so it wasn't so the next time on the phone, just talking to are to are fair board people. And apparently, what happened was the fair we were at our capacity was about about 10,000 people. And some change. What was the policy of attendance inside? For when you said you were at capacity. What is about 50% was at 75. Ours was about 10,000 people because it's basically no. Six feet per square foot are Or 60 social distancing, So we just took the Of the length of the entire fairgrounds and divided by six like okay, That's how many people that we could have, because you had a lot of open space out there because I thought there were restrictions on how many people you could have in 11 spot here with this, this phase 4.5 right around the world outdoor event. So that's all okay, but their fur than an endorsement, okay, and so and so we've had about 10,000 people or it's change. And so that was our capacity so his people would come out. We let other people in it just sort of the normal, similar to a restaurant, like dressed like a restaurant or or or the big box stores. Well, it turns out that ah, bunch of the young people Juvenile's We don't know if it was gang related or not, gang related, doesn't Don't really matter. They bum breast a gate, and about 100 of them ran in Know the Sheriff's department. Police member like what in the world is going on here, Then a fight breaks out. Then the person isn't getting shot. Now. Luckily, Maren County I am PDT got everything under control relatively Relatively quickly. It's only two people were were hurt. But still there's people arrested to write about three or four rests. But our thing Wass is like, Look, the fairgrounds is not a baby sitter. It is not. It's not a baby sitter. We're not. You're not. You're a pear. And so what we have to look at for next year is do we allow un escorted or on its an unaccompanied minors on fair grounds by themselves? I'm a firm believer in no, We should not do that, because if you're going to be there on the fairgrounds if you're going to be a safe environment Be a family friendly environment. It should be safe for vendors safe for a customer say for everybody, and so having un escorted or unaccompanied minors have floating around the fair is not going is not good for you at the mall. Yeah, right. Yeah. Don't just drop the kids off. It's it's the marrying County fair, not Baby Sitters Circle City mall, and they're not your baby sitters. And when you say the majority of the problem here with juveniles Because the whole time of despair and there there are no adult arrests whatsoever. It was all was all believe all kids and it's too bad again because I I like the fact that the marrying County Fair happened, they had to cancel the Boone County Fair for whatever reasons much smaller area. I'm glad that sum. Some normalcy returning Indian and families were able to take their kids and things and enjoy a week of the fair. Just too bad that now you guys the board. You're on the Marion County Fair Board. You decided to end it a day early. Yeah, Yeah. We just basically decided that We? We couldn't keep everything safe, Plus also of this crime scene because somebody got shot around the midway, and so you can't. So you gotta block all that off as well. So it's just easier just to just, you know, shut everything down. No, that that Saturday night and then just start planning for next year. Would that have financial ramifications this year for you guys for for against for the 1,000,000 County Fair that I don't know yet because a lot of things were still kind of feel like what was our total tendons population? How do dollar wise only because we are we? By the way, the Merry County Fair is not a governmental agency. It's a not for profit, so it's privately owned. So it's all No private there. So sometimes what we want to see X y Z. Well, well, technically, you can't because it's all right. But But we are take a look at our numbers looking our financial data our attendance data to see if we made a profit this year. So how many years has the marrying County fair operating? It's been like 90 right? Okay. Has it ever had to shut down for violence or anything before to the best of my knowledge was like one time back in 2017 where teenager got shop. It was a shock. But there was just close down for the David was open up the rest of the time. Okay. But to the best of my knowledge, the answer is no. So when you and your fellow board members get together, what are some things on the agenda for next year? You already bring up the fact that You going to discuss having juveniles be escorted by an adult? What about other safety measures? Is that something that the fair board is willing to discuss because there are lot of viral videos of the fight on night number one multiple fights at the same time, chicks, Poland hair and punching and everybody's recording it then, of course, what happened Saturday night where it escalated into gunfire. Legs, and I think both of those go to unaccompanied minors. I think it really does. So that's going to be our one of our main priority is like how do we deal with unaccompanied minors? And my rule is like releasing like unless you're here with a parent. And got the recipe and show that you're here with a parent. You don't get in period end of discussion. Now there's some other things we could probably talk about doing like with No. Four eights and some other things, But for his kids are the problem and by the way, also Ah, I did an interview earlier today. And someone ask this question of duels. This African American problem like no. The race. The Children dull Doesn't matter. It is unaccompanied Minors were out of control period. Me black, white blue purple Polka dots. Race doesn't matter. So if the marrying county fair was able to pull this off and get a safety plan to the health department Is there? Why couldn't the state fair to do the seeming? I mean, they were everybody was up all up in arms. If they just wanted to have rides down the midway, and nothing else is there. I mean, there's probably a definite distinction there. I'm just not seeing it, even a state welfare public Gant State fair, but he's got a lot more people. Yeah, but they could do the same. Matthew guys did right square footage and six feet and social distancing and Yeah, I think I think the state fair. Their big thing is like, said you'd have to ask them because I'm just understand, especially here is because of the state fair. How big it is just a number of people that are there as well..
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"Here on 93 W. II D. C. We're thrilled you're here. We're taking your calls, as we always do. But we're Going back to our roots a little bit, as I've said throughout the show. Can. We haven't asked the gun lawyer. We started off with a little bit of discussion of the law of brandishing quote unquote, which is a great question. But we don't have any such law. But we have pointing a firearm will get back into that because there are some exceptions to the crime. Appointing a firearm. You need to know what those are, because obviously, if you're legally justified in shooting someone you must be legally justified in pointing your gun at them. So what are the rules along those horns, But in the meantime, we had folks who were extremely patient stayed on the line. During the break, and so let's go. Let's go, Daniel Daniel, Welcome to gun guys show. Daniel, are you there? Yep. You're on the air phone. Terminal velocity. What's your question? You don't know what that is. What's that? It's having trouble hearing you. Well, let me I think I think you talk Tio producer Zach. He wanted to know what terminal velocity means, Daniel. We're not hearing you very well. But I think that's what I heard you say, And that's what you mentioned to the To our producer. What terminal velocity is it's really kind of an interesting thing. That's something that's not well understood. What it is is one of bullet leaves the barrel. Of a gun. As soon as it leaves the barrel. There are three forces. Acting on that bullet. There. There's the entry of the propellant, typically the burning gunpowder. That forces it down the barrel and all the muscle. So whatever energy Is acting as a propellant. Slowing it down range coming out of the barrel of a gun. That's one forced the other two forces that continuously act. On that bullet or drag that is the resistance of the air as the bullet passes through it and gravity. And what's interesting about a lot of people don't understand is from the time of bullet leaves the barrel. It's falling now. Trajectory affects this, but gravity doesn't start working on a bullet sometime down range. People say Oh, well, my gun, my gun, the bullet. The bullet rises for some number of feet or meters, and then it starts following. No, that's simply the difference between how your sights are set up for your optic is set up and the direction the barrel is aimed when the bullet exits the barrel and at some point It appears to you that the bullet is rising after it leaves your barrel. It's not. It's always falling. Gravity is always working on that bullet. The issue with terminal velocity what this is is At some point the energy from the propellant from the burning gunpowder. Is lost at some point that's lost completely. If you shoot a gun straight up into the air. That energy behind that bullet. Created by the propellant at some point Goes away, it dissipates had become zero. At which point there now there are only two forces acting on that bullet gravity. And drag. The general rule of gravity is that as an object falls toward the earth It continues to accelerate. The velocity continues to increase. I believe God, this is going back away. I believe it's a little less than 10 meters a second. 99.69 point eight Something like that, so it continues to accelerate as it reaches or as it descends toward the ground, however, at some point Of the pull of the Earth is equaled by the drag on the bullet, and it stops accelerating and it never goes any faster. That's why we call it terminal velocity. It's where the gravity Exerting its force. Pulling the bullet down is equaled by the drag on the bullet, which is trying to stop it. Doesn't stop it just Stops accelerating. At that point, it's only going to fall at that rate, and that's greatly dependent on the weight of the bullet and to some degree the shape of the bullet so The for particular ammo like like for, say, 45 ball ammo. That you know again affected a little bit by shape, but that's pretty standard. People can calculate that out and say the terminal velocity once that starts descending straight down toward Earth is going on ly be about and I've always heard somewhere in the around 500 feet per second. Then the question becomes. Does that projectile falling at that? Speed. I might be a little less than that. Now that I think about it. What's that going to do to somebody wanted it. Think of how fast it is where it hits him. The answer. That's going to be different, but that's what terminal velocity is. It's where the drag on a bullet equals the gravitational pole so it stops accelerating. And it then falls at a constant rate. I have personally found that fascinating when ah, when I first started reading about eight years and years and years ago, so that wasn't too poor. It's we went through science class there a little bit. And thanks to Daniel for Colin, I'll tell you what. We've had a gentleman call in a couple of times. And he's dropped off. But he's asked the same question of producers actually let me get into it. I believe the question Wass that he has a gun that was taken by MPD and it's in storage. They're in the city County Building and the Merry County property room, the MPD property room in the basement. Of the City County building, and he wants to know what's the time limit on how long they'll keep your gun and John was called in and he's dropped off and he's been really patient with us. So I'm gonna answer his question. There is no time women. Let me tell you how exactly how that works. And I get this call all the time. Probably a couple times a month, Somebody would call my office and caramel. And say, I am pedis had my gun for, you know, a year year and 1/2 and they won't give it back. What the hell's going on? And exactly how that works. Is this first of all, um The the There's any kind of a pending case..
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"Head into downtown no troubles in the third street tunnel New York Avenue freeway looks good between the fourteenth in the eleventh year lanes are open Jack Taylor WTOP traffic there has our storm team four four day forecast a Maddie was so nice yesterday what happened yeah that barely two twenty twenty happened it was gonna be colder again this weekend mostly cloudy outside right now some light rain and drizzle be arriving around mid day and it'll become breezy highs are going to be in the low sixties today and then for tonight the light rain and drizzle be coming to an end it'll be breezy in kind of cold mostly cloudy lows ranging from the upper thirties to mid forties in most spots but out towards the I. eighty one corridor in the Shenandoah Valley it'll be near freezing in a freeze warning is in effect out that way blustery unseasonably cold for tomorrow a mixture of clouds and sun highs will be in the upper forties in the northwest suburbs to mid fifties elsewhere and more of us we going down to the low to mid thirties tomorrow night so even more of a frost and freeze concerns tomorrow night Sunday mother's day itself mostly sunny but with increasing clouds it will be as windy little bit milder highs low to mid sixties Monday mostly cloudy and cool with a chance of showers highs we the upper fifties to near sixty forty six right now in Frederick fifty four in Stafford it is fifty five at Washington Reagan national hi Matt thank you so much and here outside the glass enclosed nerve center it's fifty four degrees it's brought to you by a new look home design no interest and no payments for six months after installation six twenty one and let's get you updated here on the latest in the corona virus pandemic the Charles county nursing home that was ravaged by the deadly corona virus outbreak has to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines for widespread deficiencies thirty five residents and one Stafford died at sage point senior living in the play that sage point says it will dispute that decision like a merry county is closing a portion of Arlington road in Bethesda to vehicles on weekends so it can be used by pedestrians and cyclists the closures extend from Kenwood forest lane to Little Falls parkway intersection that run from nine AM on Friday mornings until six PM on Sundays hospitals are exploring how.
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"Right top stories today the whether it's called some school delays in some school closings for sure and hard right now Hartman county make merry county Hardin county and west to the sea they are closed today working off of a two hour delay will be desoto county this according to fox thirteen our media partner north skews me yet north temple schools all corn counting working on a two hour delay adds is desoto county working on a two hour delay apparently the winter weather one was a little bit rougher in the eastern part of the listening area and that explains why I guess we're going full steam ahead here in Shelby County this morning will continue on and and have what looks to be plenty of when the folks getting out and about on time today on schedule now and the roads heather York we'll have more on that coming up at twelve minutes after the hour on Memphis morning news and will keep you up to date with that we get Andrew Clark senior who will be joining us coming up at around seven fifteen this morning we'll have Jeff bright well coming up after the bottom of the hour and then we'll have Megan Nichols the managing director of the Memphis business journal who will be coming up as well on the program so whether a bit of the top story but also amongst the top stories of course president trump yesterday having his meeting I guess you could call a meeting or a press conference and we actually call the celebration yesterday to talk about his acquittal in the Senate on those charges of impeachment high crimes and misdemeanors or whatever you wanna call that the president trump us speaking it yesterday and he had a few things to say and here's president trump yesterday discussing that during his during his it press gathering we've been going through this now for over three years it was evil it was corrupted was dirty cops it was liquors and liars then they should never ever happen to another president ever we've all been through a lot together and we probably deserve that hand for all of us yeah because it's been a very unfair situation speaking about his family yesterday and he has more on this this is from the the press gathering yesterday I don't know that other presidents would have been able to take it some people said no they wouldn't have but I can tell you at a minimum you have to focus on this because it can get away very quickly no matter who you have with you we can get away very quickly it was a disgrace had I not fired James call me who was a disaster by the way it's possible I would leave me standing here right now this is really not a news conference it's not a speech it's not anything it's just were sort of as a celebration because we have something that just worked up I mean it worked out we went through hell unfairly did nothing wrong I did nothing wrong I've done things wrong in my life I will admit not purposely things will but this is what the end result is a corrupt politician named Adam Schiff made up my statement to the Ukrainian president he prodded at finance just made it up they say he's a screenwriter fail screen writer he tried to go into unfortunately went into politics after remember he said the statement which is a Bob statement don't call me I'll call you and say that fortunately for all of us here today and for our country we had transcripts we'll have more throughout the day and and of course you know on the national talk scene they'll have that two oh by the way word is that rushes back today and he's gonna talk about receiving that presidential medal of freedom on his show today which is also open line Friday I'll give you that number now just so you can try to get in later today eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two that's a little bit later on today big doings on Saturday will have tiger basketball at at three o'clock tipping off in South Florida pregame it too but before then starting at eleven is the entry Clark senior show and when you know what coming up next Andrew joins me on this very radio program will preview what he's going to be talking about discuss some of the other issues of the week right here on Memphis morning news it is thirty degrees now that is the updated temperature outside with the wind chill of twenty five Memphis morning news it's time to get a look at those roadway.
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"Traffic now he's jumping for forty four cast not writer instill some icing problems in those northwestern suburbs we've been hearing about from our traffic colleagues and of the ground is still pretty cold temperatures in the air are still at or just below freezing so those icy patches will continue for the next couple of hours the warm up is on the way but it's going to be a slow slow process still some party spotty a rain showers extreme southern Maryland up parts of the merry's county and over the year title tonic on to the northern neck with actors will be rising through the mid thirties but leader this evening into overnight tonight some patchy fog probably form in some spots as well before the breeze picks up and that late tonight or early tomorrow morning will be mostly cloudy breezy after the rise into the mid thirties to near forty degrees as a strong cold front will be moving through at that time so tomorrow morning's or tomorrow's highs will occur tomorrow morning you're forty degrees and then falling during the day on a blustery northwesterly wind most of Sunday after it will be in the thirties and then going down into the lower twenties Sunday night when we still have that blustery wind so Monday looks like a really cold day mostly sunny highs will be in the mid thirties Tuesday partly sunny still cold highs will be in the mid thirties thirty two degrees and gave this bird right now thirty three in Manassas and it's thirty five actually thirty six now that's the high for the day at Washington Reagan national and thirty two degrees outside our WTOP studios front to buy land the plumber trusted same day service seven days a week now seven twenty one all this flu season has been a deadly one for kids now it's claimed the life of a child in our area children's national hospitals as a child who arrived last week has died after testing positive for the flu so far more than thirty children.
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"Of the large here on ninety three W. I. B. C. that they were going over to spec for twenty nineteen playing some of our more interesting interviews all one conversation we had recently was with Ryan Mears was American prosecutor making some big changes in the way they do things in the prosecutor's office one of which is marijuana possession and the other one was with respect to child support and so let's go ahead and have a conversation with Ryan yours was the first part of it Ryan thank you very much for joining us today we appreciate it great to be here are projected on so how long you been on the job now officially in this capacity two months okay well so has been well it it's been great it it's really been a tremendous opportunity over the last couple of months I really enjoyed the experience of of doing to to know the community as as well as really try to move the ball forward in terms of what we can do to deal with the issue of violent crime but also making sure that the Marion County prosecutor's office is doing everything that we can within our power to help put people in a position to be successful moving forward we'll start with the issue of violent crime as we sit down and have this conversation doesn't like we're going to break last year's homicide recommend once you were kind of coming pretty darn close we see some the usual transglobal victims and suspects both have prior S. adult felonies whether it's guns all crimes against person or other types of felonies what things I keep hearing this people aren't saying behind bars long enough and when they're getting out of jail somebody goes looking for street just because I don't think they got to the system what role if any does a prosecutor play in helping mitigate part of that part of our public safety infrastructure so one of the things that we take a really hard look at is take a look at kind of the information and what was the background of our victims was a background of our defendants and what led us to this situation where someone ended up losing their life and we do take that pay attention to previous criminal histories and are the there any indicators service or anything that we can take out of their past acts that would indicate or predict a situation where they become involved in violence in the future and you know one of the things that I would I would tell people is often times people are held accountable which is why they do have those criminal histories and that's why they do spend some time in the department of correction that's why they now or on parole we sent them to the department of correction but one when I came back into the community they were not prepared to they were not in a position to you know make that change in their life and so one of the things that I I think we're starting to realize enough we want invest more energy and effort into is re entry because we do see it's too many of our defendants too many of our victims are on parole which means actually went to the department of correction they're coming back into our community and what services do we need to provide them what can we do to help them as they come back into Merion county we get the numbers from the department of correction and it is staggering the number of people who are coming back in Ameren county that don't even have an address their address will be the wheel mission if you don't have a place to go if you don't have a place to leave the chances of you commit another crime or being involved in violence is pretty pretty close to a hundred percent and and so that's something that we need to do a better job as as a hold in our community to address that issue back in the nineties are either of those two things that box and popped up in the award is crime triton's unseen and so the old three strikes and you're out of once in any of the guys called a habitual offender statute already those tools of the pressures office use it to deal with and maybe the worst of the worst offenders are not talking John wells on still another blow for Brad but kind of the really hard core bad guys just can't seem to stay out of trouble yes individuals if you're arrested on any sort of a violent crime cure rested on a murder case or if you're rested on a strong arm robbery non fatal shooting in those types of cases were following the habitual offenders people are eligible now the official offender statute has changed significantly and there's not near the punishment that there there used to be if if you got a official offender attached to a B. felony back in the old days you're going away for a really long time the habitual punishment is kind of been brought back a little bit by the legislation you don't get nearly as much time on official offenders sentence that you but you did say even seven eight years ago so that is change the the ball game a little bit just in terms of what that maximum penalty is under the vigil for our guests they're lying mir's we're taking him on such right about all something's going on the public safety universal were always glad to have an in studio opinion lawmakers are looking at sort of jail and community corrections as when the big things talk to take a look at right now and the report that maybe like all twelve people brand I'm being like two of them basically said we need to do something about the way we sentence people and those like those very low level I think it's like classics felonies like the the lowest level that it's not quite infraction but it's also not quite six months in jail and that's part of what sort of leading to some are jail overcrowding problems are you folks see that here in Marion County absolutely that I I would say that's probably the biggest challenge that we face in the criminal justice system right now is what do you do with those level sex offenders I I think we have too many people in community corrections right now and certainly the solution is not to put people and the Marion County jail because there's no room for it and so this is something that the legislature needs to to take a look at try to give us additional tools to deal with these types of individuals and that's a pressing issue for the judge clears office for the public defender because we're just seen too many people too many of these types of cases that are it's not quite a misdemeanor but it's not really a major felony either you're kind of in that in between land and there's not really a good punishment structure set up for those types of offenders help our audience others what kind of crimes of sort of fit in that category yeah so we're talking about let's say you have a theft with with a prior conviction with after you theft of stealing more than seven hundred fifty dollars we see a lot of those it's a lot of the enhancement cases so you have it a prior misdemeanor conviction on something you've done it again so now it's enhanced to to a level six felony a lot of the people who commit or level six phone is a lot of traffic offenses and a lot of its drug offenses I would say the vast majority of our level six defendants are not violent people they're not people who you're afraid of if you're walking down the street in fact probably walking down the street with him right now and you just don't know it but they're also one of the largest segments in in terms of the number of cases that we actually see and and so the question becomes what do you do with these these individuals we try to be as creative as possible in terms of keeping him out of the system and and see what we can do in particular on the drug cases to direct them to treatment so we can help try to change their behavior but we need we need more tools and resources to deal with those individuals and putting them on home detention is not the solution those honest about that what about dental bill home detention ankle bracelets yeah obviously the look on your face so that's not bad maybe not as effective as it could be or should be if your crime is set at home smoking dope put your home detention doesn't change problem that's a that's a penalty sign me up for home right I mean I mean that that that doesn't solve our our problem or or the issue in so if you pick up a drug offense and then your issue is I have an addiction issue or I like to smoke weed cocaine methamphetamine one whatever it is and you get a level six felony confining you to your house which is the same place where you were using that drug doesn't help anybody a single turn of forms of sentencing for youthful offenders has there ever been any move to the best your knowledge and merry county or anywhere in Indiana because one of things that we talk about no what's often reentry is people don't get education that's sort of a contributes that life for crime compelling people to go to school as part of the probationary sentence yeah yes a lot of times that's one of the things that the judge asked and and the judge will want to know how are you doing in school are you making any progress while while you were in school so that's certainly something that that people have looked at unfortunately a lot of ours people that we see in the juvenile system are in nontraditional schools are nontraditional environments and so I think it's a little bit the different and and in terms of how you evaluate those individuals progress how about maybe the older adult offender que you know what for this and you haven't spent a year behind bars with us in the future year at ivy tech go get your certification and well being this particular skill tree I think I I think that's a great idea and I think those are the types of things that we need to do to encourage people to get that education to develop those those skills I'd much rather see someone in school than on probation or on home detention because then I know they're developing a skill that gives you know puts them in a better position moving forward those are the types of things that we need to be thinking about what we try to think about okay what can we do to help these individuals get out of their current situation also tell somebody look at what it costs to put somebody for a year in jail versus a year at ivy tech and see what's a better use your time and resources are absolutely it's way cheaper that's very kind of price you'd run yours over conversation kind of pressure just a bit your listing to the wi condition of a goal large here on ninety three W. IBC good.
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"You're free to go that's officer Jones he yells as he walks away and heads towards his car and this is where most people stop watching this video then watch rest of X. I watch and see where the where everyone had dropped off this is the most interesting part of this incident their spawning officer the guy who is back up right comes over to the side of the car he purchased a car and it this is long but this is worth hearing this interaction this is what happened yes Sir so we came here and I don't want to be the first one to say he profile in those so whatever whatever you know or whatever but it is what it is sure so so when we come he comes out sure gets in his car right so once he gets in his car on like this obvious to us because the final show run your plate we had a word about mowing the plate before he is a nobody don't know man you've got to have some type of reason for running the place not necessarily we can we can run plates for any reason okay he does have to have is you have to has what's called reasonable suspicion in order to make a stop let's have some sort of reasonable suspicion that a crime has been committed correct and at that point you know that that's why I asked okay and they would suspicious have the top I know I heard you have to make it a month thing was just seen those buying these items and that's why when he's was explaining to you use like will also visit they stole some slow no that's not what happened you just seen those bodies still loaded in our core was what is making a suspicious then he said no that's why I question well we access and to identify and so is he supposed to identify which is as soon as I was and I'm off to the I don't doesn't tell you my name is blah blah blah well can we see your supervisor he's he's supposed to identify yourself as a law enforcement officer well you could say I'm with merry county sheriff's department okay the only kid does the other party to pull people over on the street we're still in the fifties merry county sheriff's deputies that's cool that's cool but we're still in the source of it at a traffic infraction yeah we're still in the parking lot the contractions of parking lot but the question is what infraction was committed to justify stop as far as I'm concerned there was no traffic infractions was no there's no reason to stop so so you don't have to give my idea of a mess and we try to do is we tried to be calm and taught school like that and he just Lehman and costs but not all in the car he uses all of you have a bad day you use wife love Mahmoud be on our guess is there's more but I'm out of certain you guys are good to go or so full of all.
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"Fourth two pine mon federal money is on the way for households impacted by tropical storm Imelda and Harris Montgomery liberty and chambers counties president trump signed a federal disaster declaration Dallas area congressman Pete sessions lost his race last year so he moved into another district in on Thursday launching a new campaign to run for Congress again this time from Waco which is where he was born and raised a Texas woman James an employer who tried to shame her a woman in Austin Texas says a social media photo of her in a two piece swimsuit was blasted on a marketing companies Instagram story the same day she applied for an internship twenty four year old Emily cloud tweeting a screen shot of the firm's post while her face isn't shown text on a photo reads do not share your social media with a potential employer if this is the kind of content on it I am looking for a professional marketer not a bikini model cloud tweets she is baffled by this posting she's been objectified the marketing company now facing backlash and has yet to respond krystin Goodwin fox news to your age news time seven oh three the quarterback Acadia high school's gonna be missing two district games and has apologized for foul language he used in the video. posted on social media seventeen year old Bronson McClelland is been stripped of leadership responsibilities Amazon merry county a hazing incident at Montgomery high problems the DA's office to consider criminal charges against several football players Montgomery I SP provides anonymous reporting hot lines to report hazing or bullying well we are in that magical time of year that Randy lemon and I like to celebrate with a nod to the great comic George Carlin the comparison of baseball and football football is played in any.
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"One year old Antoine brown was taken the custody as officers arrived at the scene outlaws that it appears the suspect got into a dispute in the office before the stabbings took place he says they were stabbed with a pocket knife style weapon police found multiple victims are being called to the building spike company just after eight thirty this morning hospital spokesperson says none of the victims are in critical condition an amber alert remains in effect for missing one year old girl in Hillsborough County sheriff's detectives say Phil Yanni Williams Jones was last seen with thirty seven year old Mercedes Jones in the eight thousand block of shady would drive in Tampa Percy Jones is an African American female five foot three and two hundred forty five pounds jadi is described as being two feet tall weighing thirty seven pounds of black hair and brown eyes they may be traveling in a two thousand five white Ford Taurus the tag number seven three seven one acts and what damage to the driver's side headlight call nine one one or contact the Hillsborough County sheriff's office immediately you see them or know where they are a separate amber alert for an eleven month old girl was canceled not long after was issued this morning and now the suspect is in custody as a case turns into a homicide investigation the alert was issued after deputies with the merry county sheriff's office down the baby's mother dead inside her home near Ocala they received information indicating that suspect thirty year old deangelo Clark I plan to commit a murder suicide Carabanchel be building a warehouse and distribution center in Haines city the new on my car sale operation is known for strong restoring its vehicles in the tower resembling a vending machine officials are not saying much about the project right now other than it will be a game changer for the city companies expected to spend a possibly forty seven million dollars in construction for the new facility overall the warehouse and distribution center will bring about four hundred new jobs to the area helping the homeless gain a fresh start was the goal for volunteers to members of the Tampa police department Hillsborough County sheriff's office and the Tampa International Airport police during special event on Tuesday more than fifty vendors specializing in services for the homeless pack the Sacred Heart. Catholic churches north campus auditorium.
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"Out there but when Alexander we can't sing parts of Manson carry some showers going on also merry county here in a little bit to light to moderate rain kind of zoom in telephone Mister matter on green castle Cloverdale ylighting out there nothing severe everything kind of tracking eastbound five thirty five forty miles an hour so they went stark in this line here goes back had across central and southern Illinois now the sagging slowly southward now as we head through the day today so things rationally proving here as we head into through this afternoon here's future cast not a clocking in come on a back into the showers by noontime the rain really kind of breaks so dryer comes in from the north to the south here as we head through the day today and again we may see a little late afternoon sunshine developing across the area rain probably hang on a little bit longer down into the southern part of the state now side round rain across the area seventy two degrees many still pretty high ninety three percent in the south wind coming in they went at about sixteen miles an hour temperatures seventy Richmond seventy two downtown and loyal to serve me two is out there seventy four back at around terror how it's a grand rain here for a while this morning eight o'clock seventy still chance of a shower noon seventy five I think we had back home from work or school rain is out some sunshine moving and four o'clock temperature right around eighty and high strung this afternoon mainly right around that eighty mark eighty here anyone moments in eighty four back out around Lafayette forecast high of eighty four degrees below average a record high ninety seven that goes back to nineteen forty eight heading out this evening things are going to clear out and more that's gonna pay the way for some fantastic weather coming in for a least a couple days so heading out this evening it means having game I believe they won last night's we don't sound great baseball whether seven o'clock semi former nine o'clock sixty nine by eleven o'clock tonight temperatures sixty six and check out these laws here on a Wednesday morning sixty one here in the city everybody else in the fifties fifty five Lafayette Kokomo fifty six Greencastle in fifty seven tomorrow morning down in Bloomington Wednesday a picture perfect day a lot of sunshine lower humidity maybe a few afternoon clouds decker in this guy but no rainfall expected during the day tomorrow high temperatures hard to believe that this is the latter part of August seventy eight here seventy nine Muncie eighty degrees tomorrow that comes in from Columbus area Thursday looks great then jump into Friday we have a little front coming on.