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"Aren't black and white. Think red. 6 15 what's going on, Dave? Hey, Astros outfielder jazz McCormick grew up a Phillies fan. You know, he was that kid in the stands, hoping to catch a ball, but the last night he was on the field with the asteroid. McCormick on the move. He's at the track. He's at the wall. The old crashing wall end up a laying down on the warning track. It worked last night, Fox on the call. My karmic helped the Astros beat the team that, well, he used to root for the Phillies three to two. Again, at any before trade, Sadie, a great grab at first base, so defensively part of the ASTRO story last night, but Justin Verlander. First World Series win after 16 years of trying even zero and 6 and 8 previous fall classic starts, Sirius goes back to Houston, the Astros one went away. Capital's losing Detroit and the red wing spree to one, but the lone goal, Alex Ovechkin, 786 tying Gordie Howe for most goals with one team and head coach Peter laville. Obviously, that's an incredible record. Not many people will do that play that loan for an organization, certainly not score that many goals. You know, I wish it could have been a winning effort for him, but incredible feet. Yeah, that's rob. You got to get the win. Eagles, first 8, no season, 29, 17, whatever the Texans, 15 of the last 20 18s, they've gotten 8 zero have made the Super Bowl. Wizards home tonight against the Brooklyn Nets. I don't know how your week's going, but how about American Tommy Paul, he's a tennis player at the Paris masters, beat Rafael Nadal before that, he beat world number one, Carlos alcaraz. That's a good week. Not bad. Dave Johnson, whatever you TLP sports. The top stories we're following for you on WTO, Paul Pelosi has been released from a San Francisco hospital, the husband of House speaker Nancy Pelosi will continue to recover from the hammer attack at home. Federal officials say the Canadian man accused of breaking into the Pelosi's home was in the U.S. illegally, they say he overstayed a Visa that was issued 22 years ago. It's a layoff day at Twitter, new owner Elon Musk will reportedly issue a bunch of pink slips today as he begins the work of overhauling the company he has criticized as being too relaxed. Today's layoffs could reduce the company's labor force by half. By early next month, metro rail riders could see wait times decreased significantly for the first time in more than a year, followed by another drop in the spring. Metro officials released a plan yesterday, they said, will boost service to pre-pandemic levels. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. Family members of a 22 year old woman whose boyfriend admitted to killing her last year have filed a wrongful death suit against the Moab Utah police department. They say negligence on the part of the Moab officers led to her death weeks later. Gabby petito and her 23 year old boyfriend Brian laundrie were stopped by Moab police officers last summer. Ultimately, though, they weren't charged with domestic violence despite signs of distress and their own statements about physical conflict, petito's body was later found on the edge of a national park in Wyoming, she had been strangled, laundry was later found dead of a self inflicted gunshot wound. At 6 18. Traffic
"moab police" Discussed on WTOP
"Heard the shots fired. This is a family neighborhood and it just feels unsafe at the moment. Why is this happening? Why is my house getting hit with bullets? Like it just doesn't make sense. No one has been hurt, but two homes and a car were shot. Police do believe these shootings are related, and they're asking people who live in the area to look at their security cameras and call detectives. Family members have a 22 year old woman whose boyfriend admitted to killing her last year. I filed a wrongful death suit against the Moab police department. They claim their negligence led to her death weeks later. This is Gabby petito, the case of Gabby petito. She and her boyfriend, 23 year old Brian laundrie, had been stopped by Moab police officers. She was later found dead. Money news of 25 and 55, getting shoppers to spend this holiday season won't be easy. The national retail federation expects holiday sales during November and December to rise between 6% and 8% from last year, but it will not match the blistering surge of inflation. The bleak outlook comes after the pandemic fueled two years of exceptional demand during the key holiday shopping season. Home equity wealth is still rising but Jeff claw says the share of equity rich homeowners and D.C. metro area trails the national average. Almost half of homeowners with a mortgage nationwide are now equity rich, owing the bank less than half what they could sell for. That's 10% more than a year ago. In the D.C. metro 34% of homeowners are equity rich, most equity rich homeowners are in San Francisco and San Jose. About 2% of D.C. homeowners are currently seriously underwater owing the bank at least 25% more than they could sell for. Hey, Northern Virginia
"moab police" Discussed on KOMO
"Easy called 8 8 8 74 steel that's 8 8 8 747 8 three three 5 8 8 8 74 steel. The family of slain traveler Gabby petito has filed a wrongful death lawsuit. What's going on? When police in Moab, Utah stop Gabby petito and Brian laundrie last year to investigate possible domestic abuse who was all caught on video. They were separated and sent on their way. Laundry was not arrested and now Gabby petito's family is claiming he should have been arrested and if he had been the two weeks later, their daughter would not have been murdered by him in Wyoming. Demanding accountability and working for change. Petito family attorney James mcconkey Moab police say officers are not responsible for petito's murder two weeks after their investigation. Alex stone, ABC News. It's a new era for Netflix. It will now cost you less to watch Stranger Things. See on the other side. Netflix launching its cheapest subscription yet, 7 bucks a month, but there's a catch you're viewing will be interrupted by ads. The streaming service says to expect about four to 5 minutes of ads per hour. Netflix making the move as it looks for more subscribers after earlier this year, lost subscribers in a quarter for the first time ever. But with the ads, if you hit shows and movies or missing, look at the bigger picture. How's the cards Arrested Development and more not in the new tier because of licensing restrictions? Jason nathanson, ABC News. Hollywood. The national retail federation expects holiday sales to grow this year between 6 and 8%. That isn't as strong as the 13% growth last year. Consumer spending accounts for nearly 70% of U.S. economic activity. This is ABC News. And this is northwest news radio 1000 FM 97 7. We check your traffic every ten minutes on the fours. Let's head to the dubin law group traffic center where we find Tama Fulton. Also, good news in Seattle that earlier crashed southbound 5 at south forest streets, finally been cleared away. I'm still seeing some slowing though from olive ways. It had through downtown Seattle. You have some construction going on in Seattle, northbound on 99 aurora between south Hudson street and marginal way the right lane there is closed. So you want to stay to the left to get by and watch for crash and Everett on westbound highway two at the rampton northbound 5 partially blocking with emergency crews on the scene. Our next northwest traffic at 8 14. Come a
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"Might just have a light Christmas this year. We're all gonna do a little less buying at Christmas time. The Federal Reserve announced another federal funds interest rate increase Wednesday, the fourth consecutive three quarter point hike this year. A single dose of synthetic magic mushrooms could improve severe depression. A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found just 25 milligrams of psilocybin helped ease treatment resistant depression. A Professor of psychopharmacology told CNN the maximum effect was seen just one day after receiving the treatment. I'm Brian shook. Russia says it wants to avoid nuclear war, Mark Mayfield has the details on Wednesday, Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a statement, saying the country wants to reaffirm its commitment to preventing nuclear war and avoiding arms races. They went on to say Russia believes nuclear war can not be won and must never be fought, and would only use the nuclear option in retaliation to the use of weapons of mass destruction. This is a stark contrast to Russian president Vladimir Putin's recent threats of using nuclear weapons in the war on Ukraine. I Mark Mayfield. The family of Gabby petito is suing police in Utah over her death, the 22 year old was interviewed by Moab police after fighting with her boyfriend last summer two weeks before she was murdered on a cross country trip. Today, attorneys for the petito family said if police followed procedures involving domestic violence, Gabby would still be alive. A California man accused of threatening to kill school district officials in Thousand Oaks must stay behind bars. Daniel martindale reports. On Wednesday, a judge ruled the 44 year old man from goleta must stay in jail without bail. He had been free on $20,000 bail after he was arrested on October 13th. That's when prosecutors say he left two voicemails with the kneehole valley school district, in which he threatened to kill district officials, including the superintendent, investigators say he was upset about one of the districts educational policies. I'm Daniel martindale. The man who dressed up like Adolf Hitler in Wisconsin last weekend has been fired from his job at a children's museum managers yesterday, said the man who has cognitive disabilities thought he was mocking Hitler when he wore the costume Saturday night in Madison. The costume touched off a wave of criticism over the weekend and pushed the university of Wisconsin to issue a statement, a number of Jewish groups on campus and in Madison decried the costume as well. I'm Brian shook. I was in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean when it happened. There was a sudden jolt and our submarine crashed on the sea floor. We were in total darkness. That's doctor Dijon figueroa, a
Bloomberg Radio New York
"moab police" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Update. The White House is pointing out the importance of an independent Justice Department following the FBI's raid of former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago property. Press secretary karine Jean Pierre said The White House leaves law enforcement matters to the DoJ and the president has always believed in an independently functioning DoJ. Meantime, Republican Pennsylvania representative Scott Perry says his phone was taken by the FBI Tuesday after being approached by agents while traveling with his family. The chairman of the House freedom caucus said in a statement that he was given a warrant requesting the cell phone. The primary suspect in the recent murders of four Muslim men in New Mexico is in custody. Albuquerque police chief Harold Medina says it was help from the public that led to the arrest of 51 year old Muhammad said a big thank you over the past year I've made an appoint to ensure that we built a ambassador program that focused on ensuring that all members of the community had a ear that would hear their voice within the Albuquerque police department. Another round of heavy rain is heading to the already saturated valleys of eastern Kentucky. Governor Andy beshear says a flood watch is in effect through Wednesday as multiple rounds of heavy rain and storms are expected through tomorrow. Rudy Giuliani's testimony before a special grand jury in Atlanta is now tentatively rescheduled for next week, Lisa Taylor reports the attorney to former president Trump was set to testify today in George's 2020 election probe that his lawyers filed an emergency motion to delay, citing Giuliani's recent heart procedure, prosecutors say the Fulton county district attorney is an interested in Giuliani testifying via Zoom or participating in an interview in the New York area. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is calling for at least a full year suspension for Cleveland brown's quarterback deshaun Watson. Goodell said evidence from sexual misconduct allegations against Watson shows egregious actions and predatory behavior. I'm Brian schuch. Officials in Moab Utah are offering no comment on the announcement of a wrongful death lawsuit by the family of Gabby petito. The Moab police department and the city of Moab both declined to speak yesterday citing pending litigation. The department is accused of neglecting to provide proper resources last year during an altercation between petito and her then fiance Brian laundrie. The people for the ethical treatment of animals is asking the U.S. Department of Agriculture to investigate an incident at sea world San Diego. Cliff Albert reports the animal rights organization told ABC ten that it had received a complaint in a video from a SeaWorld visitor about an orca being attacked by other orcas. A spokesperson for SeaWorld San Diego is calling the video released by PETA, misleading and mischaracterized. The statement says the video shows common or it could be behaviors exhibited by both wild populations and those in human care as part of natural social interactions. Peter says it wants an investigation into possible violations of the animal welfare act for allegedly housing incompatible marine mammals together. I'm clave Albert. Johnny Depp is announcing a new 7 figure deal with fragrance company Dior. Fearless. And human. Survive. I knew it looks. Deal. TMZ reports step sign the multiyear deal to be the face of the band sauvage men sent the actor signed with Dior in 2015, and at one point his ad stopped airing after his ex-wife Amber Heard made domestic abuse allegations against him. He recently won a defamation suit against herd in which she has to pay depth $10 million in damages on Michael kassner. A combat ready bra could become part of a female army soldier's uniform, the army tactical brassiere is still in development at the U.S. Army combat capabilities development command soldier center or devcom at a base in natick, Massachusetts. I'm Brian schuch. And I'm Doug Krishna at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets, consumer inflation in China accelerated last month to the highest level in two years, the consumer price index was up 2.7% compared to last year. However, economists were expecting a gain of 2.9%. Meantime, the producer price index rose by 4.2% in July, that was below a median forecast calling for a gain of 4.9%. Elon Musk has sold about 4.88 million shares in Tesla, the value of the sale is about $4.3 billion and the transaction reduces Musk's directly owned shares to about 158 million. After the belly in the U.S., a big earnings miss from the online gaming company Roblox, the stock was down 17% in late U.S. trading, we also heard from coinbase after the closing bell quarterly revenue missed estimates the crypto platform also narrowed its forecast for average monthly, transacting users for the full year shares were down more than four and a half percent in late U.S. trading. National security officials in Taiwan reportedly want a force Foxconn to unwind and investment in Chinese chip company tsinghua unit group, the FT says this steak is worth $800 million, the move would come as Taipei is seeking to align itself more closely with the U.S. in the face of escalating threats from Beijing. We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg right now in the Asia Pacific textures are weak after the chip maker micron said there will be significant sequential declines in revenue and margins in Hong Kong the hang seng down 8 tenths of 1% than EK weaker by 6 tenths of 1%, the cost be down 7 tenths of 1%, Shanghai composite flat and the ASX 200 weaker by a tenth of 1%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than
"moab police" Discussed on WTOP
"It includes artillery rockets, mortar systems, ammo and other equipment, and it comes as there are indications Russia is moving troops to southern Ukraine to fend off a Ukrainian counter offensive. The white father and son convicted of murder and ahmaud Arbery's deadly shooting after they chased them through a Georgia neighborhood have now been sentenced to life in prison for committing a federal hate crime. Greg and Travis mcmichael are already serving time on state convictions. The third man in the case learns his sentence later today. Pulitzer Prize winning historian David McCullough is dead. McCullough was best known for his biographies of president John Adams and Henry Truman, he was 89. Stay with double DT op for more on these stories and just minutes. The family of Gabby petito has told the state of Utah it's planning to file a $50 million wrongful death suit. They're claiming Moab police missed signs the 22 year old was in a life threatening situation last year when officers investigated a fight between her and her boyfriend. That fight happened just weeks before authorities say the boyfriend killed her on their cross country van trip. The family's lawyer says if the officers had been properly trained and followed the law, Gabby would still be alive. The boyfriend Brian Landry later killed himself in Florida after being named the only person of interest in her death. But in money news, the Dow is up just 13 points, a dozen donuts for the price of a gallon of gas. I'm Jeff clay. Two 48. Traffic
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"Told the president. We needed to leave some troops behind an seems like twenty five of the kind of general one hundred with a general consensus president biden in an abc interview. Said that's not what he was whole. The president can make decisions like that right. There advisors sure. So that's all right. Here's the thing. I in hindsight you you listen to that. Abc george stephanopoulos Interview and given the specificity of the question posed to president biden by george stephanopoulos. At the time he said were you advised to leave. Any troops buys are. You should really know twenty five hundred troops. You were not advised. He went to that number. He went to that very number that we've heard in the country at the time saving rattled twenty five hundred bees to stay years of. No not to my recollection. So i went when when trump was president. Trump lies just just a blanket statement. You didn't have to give occasion. You didn't say he lied to in that interview. Abc news was given that that advice. You don't have to take it. But he was certainly given it which he denied here. Heard you know he said. Oh they'll never be a vaccine mandate. That's not true. He's absolutely advocating for that. He said of the. I can just go step by step and look at the things you know. The worst closed. Bogues voorschoten clubs starting president president for you. I heard it so much. What the trump administration from you. I would think that at least we'd have a democrat president that you can't just off the top of your head think of four doozy's a wise that he's just a big fan. You go so you can change your opinion but it does seem. There's been a lot of flopping from one site to another as we're talking about. President biden has the right to choose not listen to his advisors but didn't if to tell the people opposite i don't think so mara what do you think is this a bad thing for the president that his generals have had to come out and say we wanted these people to stay. Ultimately president trump wanted all zero. I i think we're focused on a singular aspect and one of the things that the general the debate about whether we kept a military base active and we decided to only have because we left troops. But we left troops only at the airport right and we sort of abandoned the rest of the country and i think the consensus was between the intelligence community and the military. We didn't have good information that we guessed wrong about the taliban certainly for sure and as i said a few weeks ago the buck stops ultimately the president absolutely unquestionably an interesting little facts. Though about american consumers of news is the fines approval ratings have gone up two percents in the last couple of weeks. Now they're dismal. I mean i'm not selling still forty. Eight dow's up there higher than trump's were so i bet like just say this listing thing about what we're listening to our listening to it but i think what i appreciated about the military's testimony is that they acknowledged what they got wrong and what they would have done differently and and and how we should progress and that is what i expect sort of and that's been a real usually not always but usually reliable with the military and they'll sort about not to stop and yeah we got that wrong and that happened with these guys and so my faith incompetence was bolstered that still these guys are playing it straight and doing the best they can And and presenting. And i thought that that was a good moment for america to hear always from our leaders but the end of the day. I think the analysis that i've heard over and over again which i think is the most true which is this was twenty years and we've got to unpack plenty of. Yeah twenty years that we've got. We've got financial problems. Problems all kinds of problems. So we've got all kinds of things to fix if you need a diy project here. The united states afternoon. Yes we've got to work on. I wanna go local here for a minute Instead of talking military but police in arctic problem in salt lake city right now. Well i guess i. It's not our big problem. I think we have a couple of big problems. Homelessness is a problem. And i think policing is a problem right now. I think down at least fifty officers last time. I checked Response times are not great and that was highlighted this past weekend when university of utah football player aaron low was shot and killed at a party. There was also a twenty year old young women. We haven't been speaking a lot of but Her name hasn't been released also. Ian either critical are serious condition. The hospital and there was a lot happening. Mara where i think there was multiple calls of you know loud stuff going on to. The party is not the most important thing world but obviously those calls progressed into something works. Is that problem. You're coming from a police chief. Wife stand puts a huge problem. And i'm a supporter of the officers. Who were serving. I'm a double supporters of officers. Who are continuing to serve our community and what has been largely hustle environment for a couple of years and there is. There is nothing wrong with the men and women who are serving in salt lake city police department. I mean everybody makes mistakes but this is a group of people. But i do think this excuse making is over. I am astonished that we are continuing to keep chief that every time there's an accusation he essentially answers teary eyed. Things are really hard. So what i say is the step side for someone who doesn't mind doing the hard stuff some facts. I think that aren't getting out there. Are there five hundred in nineteen allowed officer spots now so like if they were to be at their fullest capacity. It'd be five hundred. Nineteen and from what i understand as of this week if are short officers at all as in men and women out on the street they're short maybe nineteen which means we have the highest level of police officers on our streets that we've had in salt lake city history. Salt lake city has not had interesting history of resourcing police department. We're not detroit. We don't have cars. that don't work. We have them short officer. We hear they're down fifty officers. That's that's what they keep saying but they have more entitled officers and we also just heard from chief brown this week that they hired forty in their class so of the five nineteen. There's probably thirty or forty. Who are in training or still in post training but even that number even let's take down to four eight. Let's say that's how many men and women are on the street that is still higher than any number. We have ever had on the streets of salt lake city and our population growth counters. so show. let's even say we have two to three percent population growth every year. Will you're seeing that number being end over end of enforcement officers being allowed in the budget. So we've grown as our city has grown and we have resources and so in my mind. This is really solely a question of leadership. I think every public service department needs more people. And i think that the relationship between the unfettered homeless issue that i don't think of being entrusted either and the relationship to police resourcing. I think there's a direct relationship between those. I think those are disproportionately taking resources. But at the end of the day. I think it is on management leadership issue We don't come from an era in which we end over end have underresourced our police department. And i will say i'm so bottom line. Should you get a fast response. Like if i call i here. My neighbors are being loud. And they're annoying. And i want my kids to go to sleep. Should i get a quick response from the police or is that kind of like. Here's what being karen priority want. Like sorry i don't like the priority one from what i understand. The standard across major cities is forty-five minutes is the gold standard up until a few years ago our average was about six minutes and what we know of the last few months. We started this year this year with about a ten minute response time to priority ones and currently. We're at seventeen minutes. And when i i'm going to be just really blunt and crafts about this i- personalized that this week in which i thought seventeen minutes most likely. I'm probably looking at an assaultive being a woman walking. I'm probably looking at an assault. Or maybe we'll at that point you can assault me. Leave me. Get in your car and head the sandra by the time akash show of our. I think you're being gracious seventeen minutes. How about your assaulted by someone. That's homeless or or just someone whether it's a criminal whether that we don't know but you're you're accosted and they never come at all. That happens in salt lake city every single day. You can call my one one. You can report a disturbance something that could be escalating and unless it's already a homicide i'm gonna tell you. Many many of those occasions go on answered. it is wrong it is. it is and there isn't you. They do not have the luxury of saying well. This silo is homelessness and this silo is drug trafficking in the silo. Over here. human trafficking is sadly all enters. Intermixed is it all of this lawlessness. Ripples across you have an fifteen from open border in the south with nolan and heroin. Everything coming up here. You have a climate where cartels sophisticated drug drug cartels and crime syndicates. No the laws playing their favors in their favor. It ripples from there and that's where the wolves come out that's where people prey on others. That's where the idea that there are. Consequences are immediate consequences for your behavior. They go out the window. it's all related. It is absolutely all related until you have a police force that is going to protect people and protect and prioritize public safety and get these response times in a reasonable place. If you have a disturbing the peace call at ten thirty can't ignore an two hours later we've seen and the reason we know about this is there was a a higher profile person who was tragically killed his university. Top football player. But when you aren't able to address lawlessness at a smaller extent or lower it can build and it does build it gets worse and then you'll have a lot of people were responding twelve thirty and said the ten thirty disturbing the peace call. You'll have that homicide and that shooting where you'll have a lot more officers there. It's and this has been addressed before we saw some improvement. After two thousand seventeen in salt lake city we do. The state helped imparted in deployed. More resources on the lawlessness front Absolutely helped people that were experiencing homelessness to not be preyed upon. We saw how that can work if you're if you're committed to public safety this say and it's chief in my opinion are not. They can pay plenty of lip service to but when you see what's happening in this city the you you can. You can talk all day as long as it's crimes going on in this way. It's not it's not accept. I think small things can turn vague. I think we've seen a couple of examples here in utah recently. Were looking so closely. Moab police did with brian. Laundry gabby petito. They were obviously called out there for what seemed like you know just a little bit of a screaming match to the street which eventually a few weeks later turn into a murder hides always twenty twenty one. You'll get a case like that but then you think oh will you know. Somebody's just complaining about this party. But whoever's calling nine one one is obviously concerned about something. I'm sure they're going to respond to things sometimes. Or they're like okay guys. Let's all grow up and this wasn't like really needed but most people who call nine one one call nine one one because they're worried they're concerned they need help and we might have to have a few wolf calls that we show up to of that and so i think that's the frustrating part. What you can't do that if you live in. Salt lake city is actually listened to some of the debates coming up. There's some forums and debates for the city council. I think those matter usually municipal elections. We all want ignore. We don't care about. But i think at this point the council members probably can make a big difference in what happens at those underrepresented districts mean. Yeah ballpark is really concerned right now. The west sides really concerned right now and they need to show up. But i will say i think by and large. It's a it's a leadership issue and you can't have people who are afraid it is the time for action and you need to be listening for people who are willing to take action and then willing to correct. It was in fact the wrong decision but reward decision making right now and i think humor law enforcement in public safety again. There were some narratives where law enforcement with a very very broad brush repainted as the bad guys and there were arguments made nationally That if you defend the police. I had put those resources towards community programs that help people within their community. Then you're going to see less crime and you're not gonna see. The law enforcement prey upon people are harmed people and that was a narrative that stuck and you saw a lot of jurisdictions that were running with that type of policy. I'm sorry no matter what we wanted to make sure that players the bad apples into law enforcement or or rooted out whatever. We want to do the idea that there aren't real criminals or wolves out there and the absence of law enforcement somehow is going to make the community. Safer is naive at best. It's there was always going to be a consequence if you removed law enforcement or de prioritize law enforcement in your public safety pursuits. I mean you have to have it. And and it's it's like. I said it's it was wrong. Headed to say as much that you had to define the or put the resources somewhere else. I and i think we're seeing some of those costs plow percent rate gone up in last year Fbi reported it's the highest year-over-year increase since they've been keeping these stats nationally since the sixties and. I don't think it's a coincidence. This didn't get much. Traction here including mayor mendenhall. Who never certified resignations. How do i think. I think the pressure that they're under to be clear. I don't think salt lake city. A really seriously considered defunding for years. They hold their social service to defend e because there was people who were protesting but then these has the largest yes budget they had ever had. And we've been adding to that including support services with social workers and all. That's really good. Because i think a lot of us believe that what looks like crime is actually homelessness in poverty and so it is already mental health. Yeah look after the riots riot took place in salt lake city in may of twenty twenty th. There were police officers. That were told not to intervene to not do anything. Property was destroyed. Think police car was turned over caught on fire. There were there. Police officers that bricks and other things thrown at their faces at point blank range. They were officers. That were harmed the message from the mayor's office. The next morning on sunday morning was if you saw any misconduct from the law enforcement or members of the national guard please contact our office that had a major impact on law enforcement when that statement came out on that sunday after the raid on. That's all. I'm telling actually random. You don't feel support a dangerous job. You're not going to stay. But we haven't newly elected mayor who is choosing who police chief is right now so the problem is figuring out. I know that they can make decisions on the fly. I was really surprised he was a couple of weeks ago on the salt. Lake city mayor mendenhall hall of late night news conference which we thought was a little bizarre. Because normally you don't get a news conference at ten o'clock unless the world's blowing up but it was about a little little pond a little lake at a park that may or may not have been tainted it's important either. Want my doctor children drinking out of it but we know that we can respond to hold news conferences at ten o'clock at night and take action we want to so this is something i think people want to see action on. I'm gonna go dig into these numbers more because mars opened my mind all these new problems because sometimes you hear what they give you you know that the stats and you're like okay. I get your down fifty officers that silent if you don't charge crime doesn't mean crime. Went down remember that too. If you're trump show crime the crime's or remember when you're worried about violent crime and the department tells you that they've been arresting people i would go and check and make sure they're not arresting on misdemeanors because that's a common beaten switch when you're worried about violent crime and what they give you as a misdemeanor statistics so you want to give them a round of applause for tickets and jaywalking. Go ahead. but it didn't help the violent crime. Portion i share can all right. We're in the speed round right now. We have to be fast. We're not going to sell the vaccine problem governor the week given an we've really given to the college try governor constant. His monthly news conference said that there will be no vaccine mandates and that meant that the legislature tries to block. He says he would block any attempt by the utah. Your to prevent private companies for mandating the vaccine. So he says if a private company wants to mandate the vaccine or whatever. That's fine but he also doesn't want a government mandate are you okay with that grabbing. I think were when they decided to create a legal shield. Where there aren't any businesses that would be liable tenny negation from employees or patriots related to To code that was the government creating a mandate. That you can't sue anybody any business over over code if someone wants to give up that legal protection and get into the game of deciding who should be back state or proving that they've been getting into people's medical freedom or privacy than you should not enjoy. The states bestowed immunity from legal action. That was done right after the pandemic start in the special session. So i would say it's not mandated saying look we mandated that no one could ever sue a business because of code. But if you're going to get into that space you're gonna start dictating then then you don't get that that shield from legal either word. I love the word shading is also meet with if you want to do it this way. Then you don't get the you don't get shielded by the state government which was a mandate to people say. Hey you're not allowed to sue anyone if you have some backlash from when you went to feed rank aside quick my two thoughts feel in the twilight zone because i'm listening to republicans who don't want to support the free market and they're walking around with hashtags that say my body my choice and i'm like do what. This assault moratti jazz guests. Come over. i love you now that the republicans are for my body my choice. I'm gonna take you up on that day and then number two y'all wanna restrict the private sector is just about restricting. It's fascinating you know. Get into that. You can't think of her house each shirt for ribot business. It's amazing and i want to move back to the national level for one second while we've all been talking debt ceilings and how much we should spend it. Infrastructure us. senator. Lee has been very busy this week. He has a nine bills. He's been working on vaccine related. I think some of them are super interesting. We can't get to all of them. I'm going to post on the website. If you want to go through a look at them yourself one thing that failed miserably as he tried to push out. We actually have your utah. It seemed to kind of get laughed at in congress but he was trying to talk about the possibility of personal exemption in some states have a religious exemption or a philosophical exemption but we have an extra layer here in utah that a lot of states down that was definitely a no go in congress. Were you surprised by any of this. Mara all of these bills are way. He knew it from the beginning. This is this is not hard to figure out. This is a senator up for reelection. Who has an inter-party fight and decided to sing to his. And all of these are rudimentary lead. They should constructed most of the questions. At the supreme court level were cited in the nineteen eighteen and post consequential vaccine mandates discussions. We have there so this is nothing. But the trix of a man who's been challenged in there is a lot of political theatrics. And i should note that We are just over a year away from an election. Where we're going to be looking at his office. Becky edwards i know has been fundraising like crazy. And there's others. Greg is this political theatrics in your mind or is this important legislation going after who builds on suv. Wet someone's rang. Not the only one. Marco rubio a senator reveal from florida. Just put out some bills. That he's also advancing look. What are we supposed to save. Only the socialist bills have any serious merit in in congress. Nowadays i want someone to respect our medical privacy and freedoms and i tell you don't even think that area. Yes they do. Well they are not. You're talking about the same people that don't think serious. Do not keep raising the debt ceiling. I'm talking about real. Laws would actually impact and help the everyday people and and if you're looking to do that that it is not political theater something that should be done and and prove that it's not political theater. You're seeing a number of republican senators there a filing bills to address this idea of mandates. Because we'll really scared. Everyone was when biden said before he was saying again one of his life. We're not going to require. Mandates require vaccine mandates. And he said you know you really tested my patience out here. Because you're not doing what i want a mandate and we're gonna use osha to enforce it. And that was pretty chilling. To a lot of people they would like to see The senate and congress push back on that. And so you have that. Then you don't wanna bleed issues bit. It makes the mandates become even mortar coney and went at the same time. They're talking about the irs looking at six hundred dollar transactions. It just feels like this administration and the democrats are just singing their claws into our everyday lives deeper and deeper. So i want senator leader.
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"I'm right on the corner of main street by moon flower and we're driving by and i'd like to report a domestic dispute before with the white band. Florida license plate white land gentlemen feared they'd just drove off. They're going down main street. They made a A right onto main street from a moon flower. Well we're doing but What do you say what were they doing. We drove by the gentleman with slapping the girl. Who's slapping her. Yes and then we stop. They ran up Sidewalk he proceeded to hitter hopped in the car and they drove off the white van. That was nine one one call to the moab police so police then pulled over the couple's van soon after receiving that call but they concluded that it was petito that try to hit laundry after. She feared he might drive away without her. One officer said the couple appear to be going through a mental health crisis. This is part of the police body. Cam footage decided. I'm going to say domestic violence. It wasn't going to class b misdemeanor. However the domestic violence answers wipe major especially in your twenty two great choosing decided..
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"Help customs and border protection of this request. The department would provide contract ID, Air transportation for Customs and Border patrol on a reimbursable basis to temporarily supplement CBP efforts to move non US citizen migrants from Del Rio, Texas. Two other Domestic CBP processing facility spokesman John Kirby the US today past 675,000 Covid 19 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University. That's as many as the 1918 flu. A coroner in Wyoming is working to positively identify a body found in a national park believed to be Gabby Petito. The Long Island woman was last seen in Utah, fighting with her fiance who now is missing, reported domestic dispute before it's before Gabby Petito was reported missing the cut. Apple was in Moab, Utah, man called 911 to say he saw two people fighting a man slapping a woman. Then we stopped. They ran up and down the sidewalk. He proceeded to hit her often the car and they drove off. Moab. Police responded, Finding Petito and her fiance, Brian Laundry. Petito was crying. The two were told to separate for the night. Now Petitto is believed to be dead in laundry has disappeared. Alex Stone, ABC news Police say a suspect is in custody following a shooting today at a high school in Newport News, Virginia. Two people were wounded Stocks tank, the Dow closing down more than 600 points. You're listening. To ABC News Tired Hey, if you've crushed one candy, you crushed them all break.
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"T. V s. Thank you for listening. It is the mark Blazer show. And earlier we were talking about Gabby potatoes boyfriend. His name is Brian Laundry and the FBI searching the home in Florida there of Brian and for more on that, let's bring in Alex Stone from ABC News. Hey, Alex. Welcome in man. Hey, there, Mark. Happy Monday. Happy Monday. So earlier today, the FBI agents police swarming Brian laundries home in Florida and what's the latest on this? Yes. So they were there for quite a while. And the FBI is telling us that they were executing a court ordered accord approved search warrant and they went in. They put up crime scene tape around the home. The his parents were brought out and a grandmother. Brought out put into a way of an outside of the home and they were in that van for not very long. Maybe 20 minutes, half an hour, And then they were allowed to go back in and the FBI taking away Brian laundries vehicle, not the white van, but another vehicle that he had there and his whereabouts are unknown. His family claims that They last saw him almost a week ago as he drove to a wildlife preserve. Search has been underway. Their they have found no information. No evidence there, pointing to where he might be. Gabby Petito. It's believed she's dead by all indications are that it was her body that they found yesterday. Although the quarter and Wyoming still working to positively idea we should know a cause of death tomorrow. But that campsite area about 45 minutes or so outside of Jackson has blocked off their turning campers away and media and folks who want to be their own investigators who you know whether it be on apps or social media or whatever that they're showing up. Now that That they want to see it, but still a lot of work to do in the case. They think they know where her life ended. But where he is right now they have no idea. So what is so is that the Carlton Nature Reserve? That's that's where I guess I was saying that crews spent the weekend searching that at some 24,000 acres or so were you just talking about the Grand Teton wildlife in Wyoming. Well, the area where her body was found. Yes. So it's it's called the Spread Creek dispersed camping area. It's in. Yeah. Bridget Teton National Forest about 45 minutes outside of Jackson and then There's a gated area with a sign that the welcomes folks in that gated area they've got deputies opposed to there. The FBI is inside of there right now, and they're looking for anything. They're trying to figure out what did go on. Oh, and by the way, we heard the 911 call today for the first time. Of when they were stopped in Moab, Utah, because somebody dialed 911 to say they saw a couple fighting and by all indications in that 911 call That it was physical and that he was hitting her slapping her. This is what the caller said. We drove by and the gentleman was flopping the girl, and then he goes on to say, and then we stop. They ran up and down the sidewalk. He proceeded, the hitter hopped in the car, and they drove off. That was August 12th. So weeks before she was reported missing, last seen checking out of a hotel near Salt Lake and then going up, telling her parents that they were in Wyoming at that point, but He was that day that the video has been everywhere. But Moab police pulled them over that she was crying that they said they had an argument that they were, they told them to separate for the night. And then they went on their way. And then weeks later, she now appears to be dead and he's missing and nobody knows where he is. Well, and I also heard to Alex that police are saying They actually know more than they're reporting as far as Gabby and they believed to be her body. Her remains and they know more than they're reporting. Have you heard that as well? Well, yeah, that's pretty common. They're not going to tell us everything they know. And there's some of the evidence of why they were able to find her in a pretty specific area. Yeah, and the Grand Teton area is So big an FBI agent tell me a couple of days ago that unless they got specific information on where they had been, or where a body might be, that it would be almost impossible without some Uh, indication of where they should go because it is so wide and so open in Wyoming and in that whole area in Utah, Idaho, everything And that they would need some indication of where to go. They clearly honed in on this camping area. And what that evidence was. Was it a family member? We know that they were getting data off of her phone and his phone. Did they get some indication of her last whereabouts on the phone? Maybe that led them their technology white. Yes, they say that they know more than what they're telling. But they also say They don't know where he is that it's nothing indicating where he's gone to, and technically, they Are calling him a suspect. Yet they're waiting on. It would seem there waiting on the cause of death to come back as murdered it to figure out what's up with him. Right now. He's technically a missing person. But it's pretty clear is they're executing search warrants that they believe there's more to it. And they've given a rough time frame Alex from when she's been technically missing, too, when they found her of course, yesterday it was that was that. I mean, I know when the story surface, but you know, it's kind of it's a little bit confusing when you hear or see like the 911 thing, and you go. Well, that was August. 12 you go. Oh, my gosh. That was 5.5 weeks ago six weeks ago. So you get you start. So like, do they? Are they saying specifically when she was technically missing? I mean, has it been several weeks at this point? Well, yeah, I mean, since anybody last saw her. It was at the end of August when she was seen coming out of that store in Utah. And then when she called her mom, But it was a while after that, because nobody knew that she wasn't with Brian Laundry until he showed back up in Florida and pulled into the family home and Maybe his family knew something before that, but nobody publicly until he returned in the her family started to say, Where is she? So it was only within the last week week and a half that Law enforcement was notified that he returned to Florida and she wasn't there. So it hasn't been that long that they have been actively looking, and the case has become known, but there was a lot of lag time there. They believe that whatever happened to or happened toward the end of August But there was a long time that they didn't know about it as he was, apparently, as family members thought that they were just, you know, driving around and they were in rural areas and not calling them And then he arrived back in Florida, and she wasn't there. Crazy is still in her van, and they reporting that her van is still at his his parents, residents or his residence. Yeah, they've been in. They've been looking at those vehicles and he pulled back in with that when he came back, so they've got access to the van. That's going to be all part of what the FBI evidence response team with local police. They're going to be looking for every fiber in that car to figure out what went on. Alright. Alex Stone ABC news Thanks very much for the latest on this. We appreciate your brother..
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"N. Thank you for listening. It is the mark Blazer show. And earlier we were talking about Gabby potatoes boyfriend. His name is Brian Laundry and the FBI searching the home in Florida there of Brian. And for more on that, let's bring in Alex Stone from ABC News. Hey, Alex. Welcome in man. Hey, there, Mark. Happy Monday. Happy Monday. So earlier today, the FBI agents police swarming Brian laundries home in Florida and what's the latest on this? Yes, They were there for quite a while. And the FBI is telling us that they were executing a court ordered a court approved search warrant and they went in. They put up crime scene tape around the home. The his parents were brought out and a grandmother. Brought out put into a way of van outside of the home, and they were in that van for not very long. Maybe 20 minutes, half an hour, And then they were allowed to go back in and the FBI taking away Brian laundries vehicle, not the white van, but another vehicle that he had there. And his whereabouts are unknown. His family claims that they last saw him almost a week ago as he drove to a wildlife preserve. Search has been underway. Their they have found no information. No evidence there, pointing to where he might be. Gabby Petitto is believed she's dead by all indications are that it was her body that they found yesterday. Although the corner and Wyoming still working to positively idea we should know a cause of death tomorrow. But that campsite area about 45 minutes or so outside of Jackson is blocked off their turning campers away and media and folks who want to be their own investigators who you know whether it be on apps or social media or whatever that they're showing up. Now that That they want to see it, but still a lot of work to do in the case. They think they know where her life ended. But where he is right now they have no idea. So what is so is that the Carlton Nature Reserve? That's that's where I guess I was saying that crews spent the weekend searching that at some 24,000 acres or so were you just talking about the Grand Teton wildlife in Wyoming. Well, the area where her body was found. Yes, So it's it's called the Spread Creek dispersed camping area and it's in Yeah. Bridget Teton National Forest about 45 minutes outside of Jackson, and then there's a gated area. With a sign that the welcomes folks in that gated area they've got deputies opposed to there. The FBI is inside of there right now, and they're looking for anything. They're trying to figure out what did go on. Oh, and by the way, We heard the 911 call today for the first time when they were stopped in Moab, Utah, because somebody dialed 911 to say they saw a couple fighting and by all indications in that 911 call That it was physical and that he was hitting her slapping her. This is what the caller said. We drove by a gentleman was slapping the girl, and then he goes on to say, and then we stopped. They ran up and down the sidewalk. He proceeded, the hitter hopped in the car, and they drove off. That was August 12th. So weeks before she was reported missing, last seen checking out of a hotel near Salt Lake and then going up, telling her parents that they were in Wyoming at that point, but He was that day that the video has been everywhere. But Moab police pulled them over that she was crying that they said they had had an argument that they were. They told them to separate for the night and then they went on their way and Then weeks later, she now appears to be dead and he's missing and nobody knows where he is. Well, and I also heard to Alex that police are saying they actually know more than they're reporting as far as Gabby and they believed to be her body. Her remains and and they know more than they're reporting. Have you heard that as well? Well, yeah, that's pretty common. They're not going to tell us everything they know. And there's some of the evidence of why they were able to find her in a pretty specific area. Yeah, and the Grand Teton area is So big an FBI agent tell me a couple of days ago that unless they got specific information on where they had been, or where a body might be, that it would be almost impossible without some Indication of where they should go because it is so wide and so open in Wyoming and that whole area I mean, Utah, Idaho, everything and that they would need some indication of where to go. They Clearly honed in on this camping area. And what that evidence was. Was it a family member? We know that they were getting data off of her phone and his phone. Did they get some indication of her last whereabouts on the phone? Maybe that led them their technology white. Yes, they say that they know more than what they're telling. But they also say They don't know where he is that it's nothing indicating where he's gone to, and technically, they Are calling him a suspect. Yet they're waiting on. It would seem there waiting on the cause of death to come back as murdered it to figure out what's up with him. Right now. He's technically a missing person. But it's pretty clear is they're executing search warrants that they believe there's more to it. And they've given a rough time frame Alex from when she's been technically missing, too, when they found her, of course, yesterday was that was that I mean, I know when the story surfaced, but you know, it's kind of it's a little bit confusing when you hear or see like the 911 thing, and you go. Well, that was August. 12 you go. Oh, my gosh. That was 5.5 weeks ago six weeks ago. So you get you start. So like, do they? Are they saying specifically when she was technically missing? I mean, has it been several weeks at this point? Well, yeah, I mean, since anybody last saw her. It was at the end of August when she was seen coming out of that store in Utah. And then when she called her mom, But it was a while after that, because nobody knew that she wasn't with Brian Laundry until he showed back up in Florida and pulled into the family home and Maybe his family knew something before that, but nobody publicly until he returned and her family started to say, Where is she? So it was only within the last week week and a half that Law enforcement was notified that he returned to Florida and she wasn't there. So it hasn't been that long that they have been actively looking, and the case has become known, but there was a lot of lag time there. They believe that whatever happened to or happened toward the end of August But there was a long time that they didn't know about it as he was, apparently, as family members thought that they were just, you know, driving around and they were in rural areas and not calling them And then he arrived back in Florida, and she wasn't there. Crazy is still in her van, and they reporting that her van is still at his his parents, residents or his residence. Yeah, they've been in. They've been looking at those vehicles and he pulled back in with that when he came back, so they've got access to the van. That's going to be all part of what the FBI evidence response team with local police. They're going to be looking for every fiber in that car to figure out what went on. Alright. Alex Stone ABC news Thanks very much for the latest on this. We appreciate your brother. You've got to tell us. Good. Thanks, Marcy. You man. Incredibly sad. 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"Police find body believed to be missing. Van trekker gabby petito by the associated press moose wyoming authorities say a body discovered. Sunday in wyoming is believed to be gabrielle. Gabby petito who disappeared while on a cross country track with a boyfriend who has been identified by authorities as a person of interest and is now being sought within a florida. Nature preserve the f. b. said the body was found by law enforcement agents who had spent the past two days searching campgrounds. The cause of death has not yet been determined said f. b. i. supervisory special agent charles jones full forensic identification has not been completed to confirm one hundred percent that we found gabby but her family has been notified. Jones said this is an incredibly difficult time for potatoes. Family and friends an attorney who has been acting as a spokesman for potatoes family asked in a statement that the family be given room to grieve attorney richard benson stafford indicated that the family would make a public statement at a later date and he thanked officials with the fbi. Grand tetons search and rescue and other agencies that participated in the search for petito. The family and i will be forever. Grateful stafford said in a statement. An undeveloped camping area on the east side of grand tetons bordering national forest land will remain closed until further. Notice while the investigation continues. Jones said jones said investigators are still seeking information from anyone who may have seen petito or brian laundry around the campsites. The same area that was the subject of law enforcement search efforts over the weekend but tito and her boyfriend laundry left in july on a cross country track and converted van to visit national parks in the us. West police said laundry was alone when he drove the van back to his parents. Home and north port florida on september first laundry has been identified as a person of interest and the case. He was last seen tuesday by family members in florida. More than fifty law enforcement officers on sunday started a second day of searching for laundry at the more than twenty four thousand acre carlton reserve in sarasota county. Florida a wildlife area with more than one hundred miles of trails as well as campgrounds but he does. Family filed a missing persons report. September eleventh with police in suffolk county new york but tito's family has been pleading for the laundry family to tell them where their son last saw her. Petito and laundry were childhood sweethearts. Who met while growing up on long island new york. His parents later moved to northport about thirty five miles. South of sarasota the couple's trek in the ford transit van began in july from long island. They intended to reach oregon by the end of october. According to their social media accounts but petito vanished after her last known contact with family and late. August from grand teton national park in wyoming authority said police video released by the moab police department in utah showed that an officer pulled the van over on august twelfth after it was seen speeding and hitting a curb near the entrance to arches national park. The body cam video showed an emotional petito who sat inside a police. Cruiser while officers also questioned laundry moab police ultimately decided not to file any charges and instead separated the couple for the night with laundry checking into a motel and petito remaining with the converted sleeper fan. Meet lucy belo owner fancy flowers business was slow until lucy received an email wedding date february fourteenth flowers only red roses valentine's day the most expensive day for red roses so she used her american express business card which gives the ability to pay overtime with interest so she could buy those red roses. Now.
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"Say a body discovered. Sunday in wyoming is believed to be gabrielle. Gabby petito who disappeared while on a cross country track with a boyfriend who has been identified by authorities as a person of interest and is now being sought within a florida. Nature preserve the f. b. said the body was found by law enforcement agents who had spent the past two days searching campgrounds. The cause of death has not yet been determined said f. b. i. supervisory special agent charles jones full forensic identification has not been completed to confirm one hundred percent that we found gabby but her family has been notified. Jones said this is an incredibly difficult time for potatoes. Family and friends an attorney who has been acting as a spokesman for potatoes family asked in a statement that the family be given room to grieve attorney richard benson stafford indicated that the family would make a public statement at a later date and he thanked officials with the fbi. Grand tetons search and rescue and other agencies that participated in the search for petito. The family and i will be forever. Grateful stafford said in a statement. An undeveloped camping area on the east side of grand tetons bordering national forest land will remain closed until further. Notice while the investigation continues. Jones said jones said investigators are still seeking information from anyone who may have seen petito or brian laundry around the campsites. The same area that was the subject of law enforcement search efforts over the weekend but tito and her boyfriend laundry left in july on a cross country track and converted van to visit national parks in the us. West police said laundry was alone when he drove the van back to his parents. Home and north port florida on september first laundry has been identified as a person of interest and the case. He was last seen tuesday by family members in
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"According to a case document by the moab police department filed for an incident that occurred on august twelfth quote. Mcp officers were dispatched to a report of a domestic problem. That had taken place near the moon. Flower co-op it appeared that a male and female had left the scene travelling north on main in a white ford transit van with a black ladder on the rear after the male and female had engaged in some sort of altercation and quote by the time officers got to the co op. Couple was gone but an officer on the road spotted the van. Here are portions of the dash cam video released by police. The full video can be found on the fox thirteen's youtube page which you can link to through our source. Material list on our website.
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"Police in Florida continue to search for twenty three year old Brian laundry and I basked wildlife reserve he's a person of interest in the disappearance of his girlfriend Gabby potato on Friday a large family reported him missing before that investigators had no luck urging him and his family members to talk to them according to north port police spokesman Josh Taylor Bryan was not a suspect in a crime Brian was a person of interest in a missing person meanwhile the F. B. I.'s sounding for clues about but you know in a Wyoming National Park that's where she was when her family last heard from her the couple had gone on a cross country trip when investigators say laundry came back alone on August twelfth they were caught on Moab police body cam officers responding to a nine one one call of them fighting potatoes family on Long Island reported her missing September eleventh I'm Julie Walker
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"7 13. It is Alabama's morning news. I'm J t hope everybody's doing well this morning. Thanks for being a part of it. By the way, we're talking about my, um Bialik being a The new host, you know, along with Ken Jennings on jeopardy, it was not punky Brewster was blossom the TV show she used to do so there we have that clarified. All right. Come on. Let's talk with Michael Bauer has been following us happening with this disappearance of this 22 year old girl, Gabby Petito and I watched this Michael welcome in the video that was released yesterday. The body cam video. Yeah, of, uh what took place with an altercation? I guess was in Utah between her and her boyfriend, Brian Laundry. Uh, still no word yet He's kind of lawyered up and said, I'm not talking much. What's what's the latest That's the big thing. I mean, we're seeing now, this footage that came out according to what we're hearing from the Moab police when they released this information. The incident happened on August 12. Now just as a quick timeline. The couple left in June in a windowless white band that Petito and laundry We're in to go travel west to go see state parks in the West Coast and Document all of that on social media, So they had done that They were showing footage of everything she Gabby had been in contact with the Pitino family virtually every other day out on the road, texting them when she could all of that kind of stuff that happened in June August, according to we're seeing here August 30th. The last text she got from the family got from her, and according to them, they're not even sure it was. From her. It's simply said no service in Yosemite, and that was something that Gabby wouldn't normally text. It wasn't her verb. It wasn't the way she talked. It wasn't the kind of normal messages they got also the fact that it said no service in Yosemite They're like, Well, according to your itinerary, you were about 300 miles in the opposite direction of where you were supposed to be there and then September 1st. Just a couple of days later, Brian Laundry returns back to the couple's Northport home with the van. But no Gabby Petito at all, and Gabby's family says, What's going on? Where is she? Brian and Laundry says You're going to talk to my lawyer. They go to laundries family. What's going on? Where's Gabby? You're going to have to talk to our lawyer, So they have said absolutely nothing as to what's going on Gabby, so that footage that we just saw yesterday that came out from Moab, Utah. That happened about two weeks prior August 12th right around that time frame, and according to officers you can see like the scratch on Brian's face. Officers say that there was an incident an altercation between the two. That's why they stopped them. We're talking to them. According to the officer's suggesting at that point who they described potatoes confused an emotional their suggestion was, Look, You two should separate for the night. You guys have your cell phones in case of emergency, but that's it. And that's the last footage we've seen of Gabby Petito at all. So the family is very concerned about the family for Brian Laundry has completely lawyered up there refusing to say anything and because there's no criminality, at least at this point, JT involved He's just exercising his constitutional rights to remain silent. They can't force him to say anything. There's no criminality involved yet they did take advantage. Try to investigate that further. And if they find something there that might lead to a criminal investigation that could change But for right now, The parents step parents, everybody and Gabby's family has begging anybody in that area to do something. Say something. If you see her, give her your phone. If you see something that looks like her call authorities because they're hoping she still alive. Well, they performed a. They live in Florida, Florida tags on the van and whatnot. But they had gone to New York. I guess there was a family event that took place to Gabby wanted to attend, and they left from there and then headed west. What's strange to me is Um, number one. He immediately lawyers up before anybody starts to sniff around on what's going on here. Uh, but then again, you're giving him the benefit of the doubt. Knowing that something was Uh, maybe we are aware of where I'm going out on. This is if they've had this altercation, right? Uh, the cops split them up for that night or whatever. And then maybe they get back together. Uh, is that still kind of foggy there and maybe, you know, they have another argument and she gets out of the van and he says Fine and see you later. I'm taking off. Maybe it was somebody else that is in the disappearance. But you know, you see so many times. In interrogation in a lot of times, police will push and push and push and, you know, maybe you got home and he's like, Oh, my God, I know where she is. Dad, Mom? I mean, we had an argument. She got out of the band and I just I took off and then I went back and she was nowhere and I don't know what's going on. They said calm down. We're going to get a lawyer because they're going to come after you on this. I mean, There is a couple of scenarios that are possible here. I don't buy the fact that you lawyer up that quick and you leave your girlfriend. Uh, in there, you're not involved and don't know. I mean, he hasn't even spoken up as to where The last time they saw each other was they mean I know that we here JT a month afterwards, you would think at a month's time You've got to be concerned about her safety. Even if you saw her alive, and everything was fine. He went back together, and she wasn't there. It's been a month since the families heard from her since anybody's talked to her, you would think, Okay, the further the more time that goes in between the more danger she's in. So yeah. Wouldn't you say something about where you saw her last time rather than lawyer up? Those are the big questions that the families looking to have answers. You know if I went back and looked for a loved one, after we had an argument, they weren't there. I would call the police immediately from right there. Um immediately. I would. I wouldn't drive halfway across the country. Get back to Mom and Dad. It reminds me of your vandersloot hiding out with his dad when they came looking for him in the Natalee Holloway, so the story It's just It's just odd that they're circling the wagons. It's not hard for the family. I mean, they would do that, but, uh, the parents not coming forward to be cooperative. That's the biggest frustration for Gabby's, uh, parents. I think that they know something, and they're just not talking about it yet. Yeah. And maybe we'll hear something this weekend. The hope is, is that something good will come out of this, but at the very least, if we at least further this case that would be a good starting point for Gabby Span. All right. Very good. Thank you. Michael. I appreciate the update this morning. Sad stories. 7 19, Now Alabama's morning news, Senator Tommy Tuberville will join us next stay here. And use Radio one. Oh 55, w E..
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"Then he drives home. Shows up without her. Nobody knows where she is. And he lawyers up and won't answer any questions in her family's going insane and what the weird part for me is. Is that his family, his lawyer? They're all acting like, why is everybody asking us? We don't know what do you at? What is this all about? We can't figure out why everybody's so curious that he drove off in a van with her. He's engaged to her and doesn't seem to have any concern that she's nowhere to be seen Trumpet at the bit to just get in here. Oh, my God. Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? How do you go on a Road trip with someone for months and then come home without that person that just do you think crazy? Do you think he because there was a domestic incident at the van and the Moab Police released the video today and they had Apparently a physical fight. Um, is it possible that he just got up one morning and said, I've had it with her and drove back? No. Well, the question the question. Is it see in some respect, you could say sure that's possible if the last time she was heard from wasn't three weeks ago, right and the last time she was seen Was on a video with you on August 24th in the last time her parents or her mom or whoever heard from her was on a text, like on the 20 like a few days before that, you know in the mom is going. I don't even really know if that was from her because it was a text and I didn't get to I mean, it's just again if I go on a road trip with you, Yeah. If we leave together, we're coming home together. We probably should, or she should have been. She should. She would. She should have at least made a phone call by now, Of course, so clearly, something happened to police are they're trying to be above board here by saying well, he's exercising his constitutional rights to not answer any questions. That's true. He does have constitutional rights not to ask questions. However, I have constitutional rights to have an opinion. This guy did something to this woman. That's right. Are you I mean again. It's just It just reeks. It smells. It's just Yeah, just reeks of duplicity. I just Oh, my God, What is it about? Five months in a van together, I guess you just start picking at each other. I suppose. I hear people say this all the time that you know, you just need your alone time. Every now and then. Yeah, that's true. Yeah, I suppose so. But I would be. You're going to be married. You can't take being together this long. How are you planning to spend the next 50 years together. That's going to be tough. This is not one of those couples that I would imagine we're going to see 50 years from now celebrating their golden anniversary. My God anymore. Well, she may be celebrating her golden anniversary with somebody else, and he will be a distant memory. I hope she's still alive. I hope she's okay but Why hasn't she called? Right, Right. And and again? Why is he not talking to police? Okay, your constitutional right, blah, blah, blah. But if you love this woman, and you care about her, and you care about the police finding her, aren't you concerned if you're at the fiance Aren't you concerned about her whereabouts? Yeah. I mean, if you if you walked away and left her at the motel six of the heart Okay, That's fine. We had an argument. I got mad. I left her on the side of the road. Okay, Great. But aren't you now? A week or two? Aren't you concerned? Don't you going, okay. Yeah. We had a big fight, and I was mad and she was angry. But God, I kind of miss her. And maybe I should help the police track her down. First thing he does is lawyer up. That's got to tell you something. All right. That is trending topics. Thank you to call. Let's check in on traffic.
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