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"newport police department" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"newport police department" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Series by Errol Morris called wormwood about my experience. I did. I thought that was great. That was really interesting. Well, we're talking to them. We're going to be talking to them because I think they have the ability to do it like a duck, but also high end with real actors and dialogue and everything and we'll see what happens. But that's kind of the direction we're heading in now. Well, I love that and it could go a lot of different ways. I mean, he really could do a dramatic sized version of it. Or you. You could do a pure doc. You series out of it. The material supports either direction. The This is my concern. You're gonna have to change the title. The untold story of how Doris Duke The richest woman in America got away with murder. Because now you've told it Now we know how so that you're making your own subtitle kind of obsolete. Well, you know, Ian, I wrestle with doing a quick second edition, you know, and I've decided now I'm going to write a second book because there's so much new material, and it's still unknown. What's really going to happen? Will the Newport Police Department do the right thing? I'm encouraged that they will. But on the other hand, you know the The previous 50 years ago. They covered it up. They were very corrupt at the time, Will they? This cold case officer Jackie Wiest as the case, Bob interviewed her, which she interviewed about for two hours. I spent the week Transcribing the interview. They actually released the audio to me, which is pretty amazing. That's positive in itself. So we'll see. But it's really intriguing. You know, you mentioned that I will say to in my When I was working on my true crime dissertation, the the concept of true crime as a de facto department within our justice system. It's obviously not official. But the idea of retelling murder stories as part of a you know, in a narrative form can either correct Where departments have gotten things wrong, and they put away the wrong person or two reinvigorated department to investigate a story which they would probably just wish would go away. But public, you know, acclaimed demands that they do that. I think that's exactly what you're doing. Yeah, I love the fact that well, we call populist local journalism. You know, Steve Jobs invented the iPhone. Really Think about what an incredible contribution to investigation that is, It allows an individual and, of course, the growth of the Internet to it allows a person an untrained person, but a natural investigator who's curious. To go in and look at things and they've been multiple cases broken up in this way. So I love this because it's from the ground up. It's not from the top down right, And that's actually Of course, you know most people don't for whatever reason don't make this connection, but that's where we get podcasting is from the iPod. It was the first time that people had a way to create their own audio media. Uh, whether it's true crime, whether it's you know, fictional whatever it was, and they were able to transfer that even spoken word stuff and kind of create their own radio products and then send that out to iPods. And that's where we get podcasting. And it's just again Steve Jobs to change the world on that, and he doesn't even really get credit for that one. He doesn't on my website. Peter Lanza calm When he died. I wrote an homage to Steve Jobs, and it basically was titled The letter. I Wish I sent Steve when he was still alive, Because if you really think about the Mac with the wig, you know what is that? What you get how easy it made? I mean, everything I've been written in my entire career. In all my books, all my screenplays. Everything has been on Apple products. I'm not trying to plug them. No, no, I'm with you. Yeah, what he did. He was just in terms of he and was Wozniak and at centers. What they gave the world in terms of populist journalism was remarkable. I just by coincidence. I'm getting a new laptop this week and and it's coming with one terabyte. I think. Wow, there you go. Terribly. Holy smokes. That's great. Alright, so homicide at rough point, of course, is Peter Lance's book? Let's do this. Let's bring in Bob Walker after the break, so we'll bring him in and we'll have him tell his story. About the night that he saw Doris Duke if if he didn't actually see the murder, I guess we could say that he saw her. Trying to shoo him away from seeing what was going on at in the aftermath, and and and then we'll get to all of that coming up, but real quickly. Other than other than Bob, Who has anybody else come forward to you? I just had a woman come forward to me tonight on Facebook, who said that? She was a nurse at Newport Hospital that night, and, you know, remember how in the book you know, I'm saying member because you know it by heart. I'm Dallas Ter who was my family doctor turned out to be corrupt. He was he was the county medical examiner. He allowed himself to be hired by Doris. The night of is a private doctor. Twitter in a private room and kept her from investigators. He was part of the scandal in the cover up this This woman came forward tonight, so I'm going to talk to her. Uh, and see, this is what happens when people like Bob have the courage to come forward. Other people surviving witnesses start to come out of the woodwork. And so that's why I'm so optimistic. We're going to get a much fuller picture. And this is going to be booked two and instead of five hour series, it'll be dead well or or second, a second season. The coveted second season, which is pretty awesome. If you can get that out of anything, Uh, terrific. Alright, So that's just what we leave. It will bring in Bob, who was a 13 year old paper boy, and we'll hear directly from him. On what he saw that night. What he reported what he'd been, You know, reaching out through the Internet, trying to shake Peter Lance's lapels and say, I've got a story to tell which Peter didn't here until almost a year later. That's now out and you will hear from him directly. And then coming up next hour will get to Debbie Felton monsters and monarchs, serial killers in classical myth and history On the way our thoughts are still with you in New Orleans and all of the South in the path.

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"newport police department" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"newport police department" Discussed on KGO 810

"Going to be talking to them because I think they have the ability to do it like a duck, but also high end with real actors and dialogue and everything and we'll see what happens. But that's kind of the direction we're heading in now. Well, I love that and it could go a lot of different ways. I mean, he really could do a dramatic sized version of it. Or you. You could do a pure doc. You series out of it. The material supports either direction. The This is my concern. You're gonna have to change the title. The untold story of how doors Duke The richest woman in America got away with murder. Because now you've told it Now we know how so that you're making your own subtitle kind of obsolete. Well, you know, Ian, I wrestle with doing a quick second edition, you know, and I've decided now I'm going to write a second book because there's so much new material, and it's still unknown. What's really going to happen? Will the Newport Police Department do the right thing? I'm encouraged that they will. But on the other hand, you know the The previous 50 years ago. They covered it up. They were very corrupt at the time, Will they? This cold case officer Jackie Wiest as the case Bob interviewed her she interviewed about for two hours. I spent the week Transcribing the interview. They actually released the audios to me, which is pretty amazing. That's positive in itself. So we'll see. But it's really intriguing. You know, you mentioned that I will say to in my When I was working on my true crime dissertation, the the concept of true crime as a de facto department within our justice system. It's obviously not official. But the idea of retelling murder stories as part of a you know, in a narrative form can either correct Where departments have gotten things wrong, and they put away the wrong person or two reinvigorated department to investigate a story which they would probably just wish would go away. But public, you know, acclaimed demands that they do that. I think that's exactly what you're doing. I love the fact that what I would call populist local journalism, you know, Steve Jobs invented the iPhone. Really Think about what? What an incredible contribution to investigation that is, It allows an individual and, of course, the growth of the Internet to it allows a person an untrained person, but a natural investigator who's curious. To go in and look at things and there's been multiple cases broken up in this way. So I love this because it's from the ground up. It's not from the top down, right? And that's actually of course, you know most people for whatever reason, don't make this connection. But that's where we get podcasting is from the iPod. It was the first time that people had a way to create their own audio media, uh and whether it's true crime, whether it's you know, fictional whatever it was, and they were able to transfer the even to spoken word stuff and kind of create their own radio products. And then send that out to iPods. And that's where we get podcasting. And it's is again Steve Jobs going to change the world, uh, on that, and he doesn't even really get credit for that one. He doesn't on my website. Peter Lanza calm When he died. I wrote an homage to Steve Jobs, and it basically was titled The letter. I Wish I sent Steve when he was still alive, Because if you really think about the Mac Whiskey wig, you know what is what you get. How easy it, mate. I mean, everything I've been written in my entire career. In all my books, all my screenplays. Everything has been on Apple products. I'm not trying to plug them. No, no, I'm with you. Yeah, what he did. He was just in terms of him was Wozniak and at the centers. What they gave the world in terms of populist journalism was remarkable. I just by coincidence. I'm getting a new laptop this week, and it's coming with one terabyte think. Wow, Terabyte. Holy smokes! That's great. Alright, so homicide it Rough point, of course, is Peter Lance's book. Let's do this. Let's bring in Bob Walker after the break, so we'll bring him in and we'll have him tell his story. About the night that he saw Doris Duke. If if he didn't actually see the murder, I guess, or we could say that he saw her. Trying to shoo him away from seeing what was going on at in the aftermath, Um and and then we'll get to all of that coming up, but real quickly. Other than other than Bob, Who has anybody else come forward to you? I just had a woman come forward to me tonight on Facebook. Who said that? She was a nurse at Newport Hospital that night, and, you know, remember how in the book you know, I'm saying member because you you know it by heart, Doctor Gal Esther, who was my family doctor turned out to be corrupt. He was he was the county medical examiner. He allowed himself to be hired by Doris the night of as a private doctor. Twitter in a private room and kept her from investigators. He was part of the scandal in the cover up this This woman came forward tonight, so I'm going to talk to her. Uh, and see, this is what happens when people like Bob had the courage to come forward. Other people surviving witnesses start to come out of the woodwork. And so that's why I'm so optimistic. We're going to get a much fuller picture. And this is going to be booked two and instead of five hour series, it'll be 10 well or or second, a second season. The coveted second season, which is pretty awesome. If you can get that out of anything, Uh, terrific. Alright, so that's just where we leave. It will bring in Bob, who was a 13 year old paper boy. And we'll hear directly from him on what he saw that night. What he reported what he'd been, You know, reaching out through the Internet, trying to shake Peter Lance's lapels and say, I've got a story to tell which Peter didn't here until almost a year later. That's now out and you will hear from him directly and then coming up next hour will get to the Debbie Felton monsters and monarchs, serial killers.

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"newport police department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:11 min | 3 weeks ago

"newport police department" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Amounted to hundreds of thousands of dollars to Newport, which had never given a dime, and she basically got away with murder, as was the local legend. Cut to You know, 2018. I just decided to look into it. After all these years, the new porter I was a cub reporter for the paper them. I really appreciate your praise of local journalism, print and otherwise, uh, And and and so anyway, so, basically, I started doing it and I had a piece in Vanity Fair a year ago which you had me on four and then I decided to write a book during sequestration. Wrote a book homicide at Rough Point of the same title came out in February. You had me on then you were the first to have me on then, and last summer, when I went back to Newport for the month of July, I was doing a gig at a local hotel, the Brenton Hotel. Where I would do weekly or the semi weekly talked and this gentleman Bob Walker showed up. He was like, you know, heavyset man, walrus moustache, and he said I was her paper boy, and he was actually a little upset with me because he had reached out to me a year earlier. He didn't realize that the next day after the day he sent me the email, I had already started to write the book. And I didn't breed for six months. And when I told him that he was like, okay, But anyway, he broke the case wide open The Newport Police Now have it open and I can piece for Vanity Fair. That's all right. That's some less some there too great things out of that that you should mention, I think, although I know This isn't a done deal. But when people hear even just that description, let's take Bob off the table for the moment. Just you talking about that people think. Wow, that would make a great Netflix series. Your or Wow, that would be terrific on Amazon primary. I would watch that true Crime series and fortunately you have at least had some interest of other people coming around. To turn this into something more than just a great book. Absolutely. In fact, we had some interest from Cate Blanchett in the spring of 2021, her brothers and now the company in the studio behind Wormwood. Did you ever cover that Great six hour series. Doc you series by Errol Morris called wormwood about the expert. I did. I thought that was great. That was really interesting. Well, we're talking to them. We're going to be talking to them because I think they have the ability to do it like a duck, but also high end with real actors and dialogue and everything and we'll see what happens. But that's kind of the direction we're heading in now. Well, I love that and it could go a lot of different ways. I mean, he really could do a dramatic sized version of it. Or you. You could do a pure doc. You series out of it. The material supports either direction. The This is my concern. You're gonna have to change the title. The untold story of how Doris Duke The richest woman in America got away with murder. Because now you've told it Now we know how so that you're making your own subtitle kind of obsolete. Well, you know, Ian and I wrestle with doing a quick second edition, you know, and I've decided now I'm going to write a second book because there's so much new material, and it's still unknown. What's really going to happen? Will the Newport Police Department do the right thing? I'm encouraged that they will. But on the other hand, you know the previous 50 years ago, they covered it up. They were very corrupt at the time, Will they? This cold case officer Jackie Wiest as the case. Bob interviewed her. She interviewed for two hours. I spent the week transcribing the interview. They actually released the audio to me, which is pretty amazing. That's yes, positive in itself. So we'll see. But it's really intriguing. You know, you mentioned that I will say to in my When I was working on my true crime dissertation, the the concept of true crime as a de facto department within our justice system. It's obviously not official. But the idea of retelling murder stories as part of a you know, in a narrative form can either correct Where departments have gotten things wrong, and they put away the wrong person or two reinvigorated department to investigate a story which they would probably just wish would go away. But public, you know, acclaimed demands that they do that. I think that's exactly what you're doing. Yeah, I love the fact that what I would call populist local journalism, You know, Steve Jobs invented the iPhone. Really Think about what an incredible contribution to investigation that is, It allows an individual and, of course, the growth of the Internet to it allows a person an untrained person, but a natural investigator who's curious. To go in and look at things, and there's been multiple cases broken up in this way. So I love this because it's from the ground up. It's not from the top down, right? And that's actually Of course, you know most people don't for whatever reason don't make this connection. But that's where we get podcasting is from the iPod. It was the first time that people had a way to create their own audio media it whether it's true crime, whether it's you know, fictional whatever it was, and they were able to transfer the even to spoken word stuff and kind of create their own radio products. And then send that out to iPods. And that's where we get podcasting. And it's is again Steve Jobs going to change the world on that, and he doesn't even really get credit for that one. He does. And you know, on my website, Peter Lance calm When he died. I wrote an homage to Steve Jobs, and it basically was titled The letter. I Wish I sent Steve when he was still alive, Because if you really think about the Mac, busy wig, you know what is that? What you get how easy it makes. I mean, everything I've written in my entire career. In all my books on my screen plays, everything has been on Apple products. I'm not trying to plug them. No, no, I'm with you. Yeah, what he did. He was just in terms of he and was Wozniak and at the centers. What they gave the world in terms of populist journalism was remarkable. I just by coincidence. I'm getting a new laptop this week and and it's coming with one terabyte think. Wow, Terabyte. Holy smokes! That's great. Alright, so homicide it Rough point, of course, is Peter Lance's book. Let's do this. Let's bring in Bob Walker after the break, so we'll bring him in and we'll have him tell his story. About the night that he saw Doris Duke. If if he didn't actually see the murder, I guess, Or we could say that he saw her trying to shoo him away from seeing what was going on in the aftermath and and and then we'll get to all of that coming up, but real quickly..

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"newport police department" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"newport police department" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"Right onto the patriarch page. And just for one month you can fund know thirty thousand dollars and i could go to your and people to with would actually probably do it so if he wants to do that just to go ahead early then. We're going to go to germany and we're going to hoffbrau house. The original because technology still allowed in there so it depends if you ask the newport police department on the police report they said i'm not allowed in any hoffbrau house. And how they're allowed to say that though. So no you injure to germany. Go sit in the hoffer house and tweet a picture of the newport police department middle finger going off the rails anyway. We're let's talk. Let's talk owed a beer. I had to do that. Do we do summit or do we amber right which wanted to drink. What is that sunny see. Oh that's that's our sorry. I can't read your handwriting ca. I know right like a four year old someone it does look like this is the double new england i will do amber knocks on every although what is the the smash how that is yeah just a pale ale it is not ours. The spoiler guys like it doesn't really matter. What were you drinking beer on your flight. It's really not a big deal. You're still be able to taste the if if you're drinking pints of something yes ma'am you will not enjoy a pills ner as much if you just you know house the whole pint of imperial stout or something but at the same time. It doesn't really matter that does say amber right it is again. We try this on the show at some point..

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"newport police department" Discussed on WTH Podcast

WTH Podcast

08:13 min | 6 months ago

"newport police department" Discussed on WTH Podcast

"Some of the sixth graders didn't have that kind of folks. It's why i think that the plight of like Jedi masters is so you know. I mean imagine having like a four year old or a five year old man. Get the fuck outta here. Man i can you imagine. Can you imagine for a moment. Imagine for a moment a room full of kindergarten. Karate students where the whole point of karate is disciplined and focus man. Can you imagine dude. I mean it's he can do it for short bursts At to know at four. You're getting a little bit better. But i mean unit for man like he got fifteen minutes yet. If if it's something that's interesting yet. Fifteen minutes look. I had a fifth grader. Gave the play to take into the to the game. He went in told the quarterback play. Everybody ran the play but him he was just the messenger. That's all there is to that right. You said tell the quarterback this is the play and he did mission mission. Accomplished mission accomplished. Wrap this up. Let's leave the hustle and bustle for small town new. We have a follow up now. Remember a few months back if you will the The business that was the ups store in newport vermont. Put up a sign on their on their door saying that they weren't wearing masks. And if you didn't feel comfortable with that you shouldn't come in. Then they changed the name of the business they were no longer the ups store they were the derby port press. Well now the orleans. County superior court judge mary miles reach out ruled for the state on the final merits of his enforcement. Action against H and r salt llc. Which is doing business as the derby court press and its owner. Andre michel assault judge ordered the defendants stop. Violating governor scott's executive order and addenda specifically defendant shall not employ any persons or open any premises for business without compliance with e. O one dash twenty and it's addenda and the abc cd's phased restart work safe guidance. Basically you can't not have mass in february attorney general. Tj donovan filed a civil lawsuit motion for temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction to stop the newport business violating the executive order in its complaint the state alleges the defendants were in violation of the orders by working in the presence of others without wearing required cloth. Face coverings to blinds checks conducted by the newport. Police department showed that defendants who formerly did business. The ups store continued to violate. The governor's orders even after the complaint was filed late february. The superior court granted the state's motion for a restraining order requiring them to comply. With the governor's mask mandate to operate the business and the ruling judge treats out wrote. The facts are clear that both business entity and mr de salts personally were in violation of the rules and other on february eighteen and twenty first and on other days in which the store was open for business and he was not wearing face covering over his nose and mouth of in the presence of others the decision bells the business and its owners. Comply with the governor's orders. The court rejected the legal arguments presented by the business owner and his attorney and found that the emergency man management statute is constitutional. Remote status conference has been scheduled for april twenty second to address the state's request for civil penalties. So we'll see what they get for civil penalties but is it that fucking hard so for all those people that say the vaccine is going to be the next round of Lawsuits no is going to be people who have not been Doing what they're supposed to that's going to be. The next round like people can prove that they got the virus from your store. You're going to be sued. But there's a reason why they're no longer ups store yes because ups was like fuck. Oh yeah no no we're no. Ubs did not want to eat it at a right absolutely not It was interesting. I was reading this weekend and Some places people wear masks and other places you would think nothing was going on but still even if you've been vaccinated. This is not over. Where masks when you're around other people in that the only time you should be wearing a mask if you don't want to is if other people that have been vaccinated we're we're in a certain we're in a certain tier of and there are rules. Things are different in different places but there are office rules in california. Where if you are distance from people and you're not in close proximity you can not wear a mask those those sort of things and but the idea that as a business owner. You're going to open up your business and have clientele commended not protect them. That that's not gonna apply Yeah i hear the word i see. Thrown around a lot on social media media is tyranny and i don't believe that the people who are throwing it around really understand what tyranny is tyranny is not asking you to do something that's in a good of the public health. No you don't understand what it is. The sheep will buddies are cheap. Will don't be sheep wool. Yeah the long long back and forth. Until i finally turned off notifications on the post commented on is i'm like i don't want to have any more conversation with this guy. Clearly he's he's not going he. He kept throwing around tyranny and tyranny this tyranny. That and almost like you're clearly never going to understand what tyranny is Yeah you're just not. There's no mention here. There's no mention of tyranny and the second amendment is so crazy. yeah so anyway that's That's my battery operated light. That's why it's a little darker over here. I did not bring the bigger plugging lights home. Sub la with that next week hopefully back in studio with myself in kareem who will be socially distanced and Like that jason's getting You both have gotten round one of the vaccine so soon enough wants jason this fully vaccinated and fully protected He'll be back in studio with us and we can do it all together in one space care. Wait to get out of here jason's on house arrest. You forget leave. Britney alone you're going to do are you going to do it for this episode of the w. t. h. Podcast again. Thank you for everybody who is watching us. Live watching the replays Checking us out on facebook on youtube on twitter. I don't know what's going to happen at the end at the end of this month. In a couple of days periscope it ceases to exist. So i'm not sure how we're going to be live on twitter but we're going to try next week. Whatever whatever happens to be the way to do that. We will try to do that for you as well because we do get people who watch on twitter live and Afterwards so anyway that's going to do for us have a great week and remember please. For the love of god the love of god. Don't be asshole darlie new media here to help you tell your story..

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"newport police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"newport police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Partly cloudy sky from your severe weather station I'm nine first morning meteorologist Jennifer Ketchmark news radio 700 WLW four. Degrees right now in Cincinnati this morning, while the story was complicated, and we knew it was coming, a woman found stabbed to death early Saturday on East Pete Rose way near the Purple People Bridge. Her boyfriend has been arrested. Cincinnati police say 20 year old to Shawn Brown is in custody. The court affidavit says he caused the death of his girlfriend by stabbing her multiple times. In the 2600 block of Melrose Avenue. Yes, That's the same address where three year old Nile Oo Lattimore is now missing has been seen for nine days. Brown's going to be arraigned on Monday. Anyone with information about these crimes Are asked to call CPD, The body of one of the two missing demolition workers has been found in Adams County. The body of 42 year old Doug Gray was found yesterday. They're going to continue to work to find the other missing worker. On go nonstop until they do so. Elderly Cincinnati man is missing. Police are looking for 88 year old Alfonso waters. He has dementia. He doesn't have his meds. He was last seen driving away from his home on Stillwell Road in Hamilton County. This morning about 1 40. He's was driving a 2015 black Kia Optima and the license plate starts with the letters. C. E s. He's wearing black and gray plaid shirt. Black dress pants and a black jacket. If you see that car or him, call 911 and Newport police looking for a red truck that hit two cyclists on Wednesday afternoon. On third near York. The victims taking the hospital in are recovering. Newport Police have not released the victim's names, but you can take a look at that red truck involved in the accident on the Newport Police Departments. Facebook page. I'm Sandy Collins, our next update at 10 30 on NewsRadio 700 wlw. I won't t Mobile has been building America's.

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"newport police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"newport police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Adams County. The company's sending condolences to the family of Doug Gray of Kentucky. The 42 year old's body located the Adams County Sheriff found to keep crews working until the other missing worker is found killing generating station was being prepped for demolition when the 14 story tall building collapsed on Wednesday morning. An elderly Cincinnati man is missing. Police are looking for 88 year old Alfonso Waters he has to mention doesn't have his medicine. He was last seen driving away from his home on, Stillwell wrote in Hamilton County about 1 40 this morning. Wanna be on the lookout for 2015 black Kia Optima. The plate starts with the letters C. E s. He is wearing a black and gray plaid shirt, black jacket and black dress pants. Call 911. If you see Mr Waters, Newport Police are still looking for the red truck that hit two cyclists Wednesday afternoon on third near York. The victims were taken to the hospital. They should be okay. Newport Police have not released the victim's names. You can take a look at that red truck involved in the accident on the Newport Police departments, Facebook page and in of course, Bangles Update today at one o'clock, Andy Dalton returns now leading up the Dallas Cowboys as he returned to the visitor's locker room, which he said is going to be weird. That's coming up in just about four hours. Our pre game coverage begins next right here. I'm Sandy Collins. Our next update coming up at 9 30 on NewsRadio, 700 wlw What comes next for forward? It's doing what we've done for over a century building and facing any problems with integrity, empathy and the strength to outlast them. Forward. We'll always pivot to do the right thing..

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"newport police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"newport police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That is the message of tonight's program, something I fervently believe in and something that we need to rectify in this country if we're ever going, tohave riel. Social justice. The key word in that is justice, equal protection under the law for all And I believe that too, And do we ever missed the mark? Yes. We're not. We're not perfect for human beings. Yes, we do. But the point is getting better all the time. And it has been over the decades not worse as the media many in the media would have you believe or the left. Talking about de funding the police and all the rest of that I I thought it would be good to have some fraternal order of police people who are involved as officers. In their own local police forces to back the blue from both sides of the river Tonight from Newport. I believe this is Lodge number two. I know you'll correct me if I'm wrong, because Oh, I often am Marty McKinley, who's a patrolman. In Newport, part of the Newport Police Department. And you're also I guess the head of the F O P. Marty is the president of the lodge too. All right, we got we got Dan Hills coming up in a minute that you may be familiar with him on the Cincinnati side of the F O. P Your challenges are the same as a patrolman as a police officer and as a president of the F O P as any other. President of the Fraternal Order of Police in this country, but they're also uniquely different. Newport is obviously a different place than Cincinnati. It's much smaller city. And you have You have different problems, but ultimately it all comes down to law and order and the subfloor the support that police do get from their politicians. How would you rate the support Newport Police get from your city government. Well, that's outstanding, coming on a scale of 1 to 10 10 being the best 10 all the way. It's probably an 11. Yeah, well, that's great, and that that makes a huge difference. Way, see all the political infighting in Cincinnati. On Newport City government is not as politically fractured A CZ say Ah, Larger city like Cincinnati is in battles between Democrats and Republicans and independents. And, you know all of the things that I'll be talking with Dan Hills about here in a few minutes, All right. How long have you been a patrolman Martin in in 2009. Over 11 years. Fantastic. And you like to go home every night, don't you? Yes, sir. And that that is the key right there for all police officers, That's all they really want. When I hear these narratives about police officers go out there just so they could be an authority figure and just so they can brutalize especially young black men in America because the racial injustice in the A social injustice in our law enforcement. We need to get rid of the police. We don't hear much of that in northern Kentucky. Thank God. Thank God. But how many police officers are on the Newport? Force were right around 45 police officers, a 45 Okay and When was the last time? I don't know if you know this because you probably have to search the human memory banks. When was the last time a Newport Police officer, for example, for example, pulled and fired his firearm in the course of performing his duty. Definitely before I started, I would say early mid nineties what a lot of people don't understand because they're inundated either with Fake news, social media or the mainstream media narrative that police are, you know, just out gunning for people. The fact of the matter is and this is not just a Newport, Kentucky. It's in Cincinnati, Ohio. It's all across this country, The majority of police officers never even in the course of their entire careers. In some cases, it's 30 and 35 years ever even draw their weapon. And this is this is missed by people. I think Yes, In my 11 years of drama. What's that morning that I have drawn my weapon twice a year during firearms qualification. How about that? That's a that's a good life. Now. You know, we are comparing apples and oranges, comparing Newport to Cincinnati. I know this but Newport area. I'm very, very familiar with And because I have lived in northern Kentucky since March of 2000, so I'm pretty familiar with Newport Police and the police in general in northern Kentucky. Are your officers? Do they have second thoughts now about what's going on around the country and how they perform their their jobs. Marnie, I would have to say yes. Mostly because of you the way the videos are killed on, you know on the news. Television. Well, partial videos, too. I mean, it's It's absolutely You know you don't get you don't see what led up to this ultimate confrontation. And in many cases when that is revealed, it's kind of like, Wow, that's a whole different story than what they were pushing to begin with. Quick. How do you do you? Ah, ever have any encounters with the media? Besides, you know, lonely talk jockeys at night on 700 wlw only actually. In the media. Will respond to some of the scenes in Newport, but they pretty much stay. Stay back and Just record it. They don't interfere with us or even attempt to ask us questions. Are you personally? Conflicted and have some issues. And maybe some worries about the national movement by some to disband police and to reallocate assets and all the rest of this. Personally. No. Morgan in the community of Newport, the support we get from our government and our citizens. I I don't actually worry about that at all. I watched the national news Sometimes Marty and I go. That's not happening in America. Is it that's really not happening in America. That's it Some third World country. And then I found out it's you know, it's Minneapolis, Sorts Kenosha, Wisconsin or it's Portland, Oregon. We'll keep fighting the good fight and doing a good job, and we appreciate you coming on, and that's the point of having you on and let all your officers know that Jerry Jeff Walker for one in the media, absolutely. 100% backs the blue. The new porter. Anyone? I'm glad you're there, and I appreciate the work. You guys do. Great. Thank you very much. Thank you, sir Marty. Marty McKinley, the president of F O P. Lodge, number two from the Newport Police Department will talk to Danny Hill's next on the nightcap on 700 wlw..

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"newport police department" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"newport police department" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Not call nine one one the Newport police department posted the message on its Facebook page as shoppers across the country flocked to stores and found toilet paper files empty it's hard to believe we even have to post this the police department wrote do not call nine one one just because you ran out of toilet paper you will survive with out our system like what are these people want for an officer to come over and white but honest to goodness is what the things that there are always alternatives to toilet paper grocery receipts newspaper cloth rags lace cotton balls and that empty toilet paper roll sitting on the holder right now plus there are a variety of leaves you can safely use Mother Earth news magazine will tell you how to make your own lights using fifteen different leaves when all else fails you have magazine pages start saving those catalogs you get in the mail that you usually toss into the recycle bin B. resources will be patient there is a key piece shortage this too shall pass just don't call nine one one we cannot bring you toilet paper in a related story a woman was so desperate to get toilet paper she actually gave birth in the Walmart toilet paper file according to U. K. Y. three TV in Springfield Missouri a nurse you happen to be present in that Walmart assisted the mother well a store manager held up a sheet for privacy well that's nice firefighters arrived on the scene to help deliver the baby Jessica Hickel the store's manager says crowd control I'm not like.

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"newport police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"newport police department" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Protect those most at risk everyday life is not changing for some Americans even as officials say it should this spring break here in Miami that's a long time ago and I was up in the air this morning we're just making the most of it we met these other people and I everything well that's not always advised essential workers to write a TV are getting little help by the way far for their commute to work the MBTA adding additional trains and buses as well during busier right times specifically more blue line service in the morning and also additional trains on the Green Line D. branch as well plus some extra service on certain key bus routes the key is urging the public to travel only if absolutely necessary to help slow the spread of covert at nineteen well yes this is happening in Oregon the police department there is asking residents to stop calling nine one one because they've run out of toilet paper the Newport police department has some I had to put out a Facebook post saying in part it's hard to believe that we even have to post this but you will survive without our assistance toilet paper madness apparently countrywide right now sh well people are getting pretty creative these days with how to celebrate birthdays Millie Eriksen turned one hundred years old this past weekend in starling by her nursing home was restricting outside visitors but her.

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"newport police department" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"newport police department" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"It's being with us it is time now for the Mike drop with this morning's my cabin good morning Holy know that toilet paper has become a hot commodity during the corona virus outbreak with many Americans all of a sudden worried about running out that doesn't mean however that a shortage of T. P. has risen to the level of a police emergency this friendly reminder after what police department Oregon was forced to take to social media to tell residents to stop calling nine one one because they ran out of toilet paper use the Newport police department's message on Facebook featuring a picture of an empty toilet paper roll reads it's hard to believe that we even have to post this do not call nine one one just because you ran out of toilet paper you will survive without our assistance in but they didn't stop there officers also offered a long list of helpful alternatives for those facing a TV crisis noting that aged romance used a sea sponge on a stick a stick soaked in salt water Mayans used corn cobs they say and that some of us in a modern times might need to get creative and listing the help of grocery receipts newspapers cloth rags and of course mother nature's bounty of leave the soul yes Beijing the gathering that up firsthand yeah they went they went to very very detailed you know well I guess I can understand the frustration yeah sometimes it just send you to that point yes you have to post something that's yeah heart vent and part informational I guess we have but I also feel like you know the whole toilet paper thing I think is a way for all of us maybe to vent our frustration it almost seems like we're collectively taking all of our frustration about everything else and sort of collectively you kind of directing it towards the toilet paper situation I mean it it's just locally right the pictures of supermarket shelves Jeremy B. suburban New Jersey to empty store sent the of meat and paper products it seems which which don't help I don't think I think the more pictures we sat for a bit more freaked out we become the more we run to the store and stock up on something that we we probably don't need all that urgently right self fulfilling yes Hanneke prophecy right something like a never ending cycle and out more thinks we wish we didn't have to explain but are now being forced to during these crazy times one woman posted to social media last week her recipe for a quarantine each featuring aviation gin and emergency orange tablets the tweets was initially well received getting thousands of likes and comments one of the comments however came from emergency which put a damper on the fun by advising we do not recommend taking any of our products with alcohol aviation gin which is owned by actor Ryan Reynolds also responded tweeting that they do not recommend having a quarantine E. or any alcohol if you were feeling under the weather it's clever name I was wondering what might emerge from this with regards to food and drink yes Warren teeny is very clever yes we've seen I've seen a few different recipes I don't have the first one I saw that actually had the emergency eatery vitamin C. supplements if but a few different versions of the quarantine you're out there if you so desire to you referenced do you spend a lot of time outside this weekend yeah decent here in the weather wise yeah MS fifties with Sonny I'm wondering if this could be a trend that starts in may be sticks with it but we all got to go to go outside the medical time outside if you want a couple walks I played golf on Saturday was just you know yeah I would be out with that's all down for it we got two options stay in our houses or be outside at some point I think we're gonna choose being outside yeah well let's hope thanks Mike thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next questions to ask yourself if you're considering whether or not it makes sense to travel.

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"newport police department" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"newport police department" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Beginning with us this time now for the Mike drop with this morning's my cabin good morning fully know that toilet paper has become a hot commodity during the corona virus outbreak with many Americans all of a sudden worried about running out that doesn't mean however that a shortage of T. P. has risen to the level of a police emergency this friendly reminder after what police department Oregon was forced to take to social media to tell residents to stop calling nine one one because they ran out of toilet paper use the Newport police department's message on Facebook featuring a picture of an empty toilet paper roll reads it's hard to believe that we even have to post this do not call nine one one just because you ran out of toilet paper you will survive without our assistance but they didn't stop there officers also offered a long list of helpful alternatives for those facing a TV crisis noting that ancient Romans used a sea sponge on a stick a stick soaked in saltwater Mayans used corn cobs they say and that some of us in a modern times might need to get creative and listing the help of grocery receipts newspapers cloth rags and of course mother nature's bounty of leaves full yes Beijing the gathering that up firsthand yeah they went they went to very very detailed you know well I guess I can understand the frustration yeah or sometimes it just send you to that point yes you have to post something that yeah heart vent and part informational I guess we have but I also feel like you know the whole toilet paper thing I think is a way for all of us maybe to vent our frustration it almost seems like we're collectively taking all of our frustration about everything else and sort of collectively you kind of directing it towards the toilet paper situation I mean it it's just locally right the pictures of supermarket shelves there may be a suburban New Jersey empty stores empty of meat and paper products it seems which which don't help I don't think any more pictures we see the more freaked out we become the more we run to the store and stock up on something that we we probably don't need all that urgently right now self fulfilling yes Hanneke prophecy right something like a never ending cycle and out more things we wish we didn't have to explain but are now being forced to during these crazy times one woman posted to social media last week recipe for a quarantining featuring aviation G. and an emergency orange tablets the tweets was initially well received getting thousands of likes and comments one of the comments however came from emergency which put a damper on the fun by advising we do not recommend taking any of our products with alcohol aviation gin which is owned by actor Ryan Reynolds also responded tweeting that they do not recommend having a quarantine E. or any alcohol if you're feeling under the weather it's clever name I was wondering what might emerge from this with regards to food and drink yes Warren teeny is very clever yes we've seen I've seen a few different recipes settle up the first one I saw that actually had the emergency eatery vitamin C. supplements if but a few different versions of the quarantine you're out there if you so desire you referenced do you spend a lot of time outside this weekend yeah decent here in the weather wise yeah MS fifties with Sonny I'm wondering if this could be a trend that starts in may be sticks with it but we all got to go to go outside the medical time out to talk if you want a couple walks I played golf on Saturday was just you know yeah I would be out with that's all down for it we got two options stay in our houses or be outside at some point I think we're gonna choose being outside yeah well let's hope thanks Mike thirteen.

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"newport police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"newport police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"There are some that it was it was it the cut from the young Turks last week that we played where one of them said or I'm not sure who said it I'd rather have trump still in office then vote for Biden something like that well well I guess I don't know who's young Turks I don't want to I don't wanna misquote someone it was someone on the far left there is VAT against voting for because of Bernie's not the guy then sorry they have no intention basically a vote thank you to stay home not that holds were significant number your receipt here's the problem you need to forty C. the primaries the low turnout for the younger yeah yeah you under thirty in Vermont in Bernice St the electorate under thirty was eleven percent now you got to have more you got to have more it's not it's not what it was in twenty sixteen I'm in fact on super Tuesday out of all those states no state have no electric under thirty in terms of percentage about twenty about twenty percent you've got to get the young people out there I mean you go back to king county and I'm in Washington state that's where Seattle is and that should have been a much much closer in that county I'm much closer I'm sorry that should have never I'm sorry that should have never been so close by can should have never done so well in king county in Washington state median age in that in that county is thirty six so that's a young that's a relatively young county and they should have did it should have been better for Bernie a lot better in other news the Newport Oregon police department is notifying the public that they are not to call the emergency line simply because they ran out of toilet paper yeah do I have to go any further while many people have been blitzing shopping areas in order to stock up on toilet paper the Newport police department offers a number of alternative options that you can use in case you run out I don't have what those options are though they don't have it in the article it's like my missing something there or that they don't have the yes the story ends that's where the story ends yeah we we we we wanna know about options no they did they did yes okay I have it here do not call nine one one just because you ran out.

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"newport police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"newport police department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The skies for the annual western and southern WEBN fireworks the sound track this year we'll take you through a day at the circus even if you are finished can be a little louder a little more colorful and more a little more to it so to speak so it was good sound track is going to work with so gave us it even has a little more creative Joe Rossi as usual would not give any details away about the show just that he can't wait for the crowd to see it clowns from the dance school house magician stilt walkers jugglers and more will entertain the crowd of over half a million people this year and police on both sides of the river are working to make sure everyone enjoys the day in peace is a massive undertaking in Newport lieutenant Chris fragments a safety is the number one goal so they published a list of regulations like no alcohol grills no tents coolers or large chairs or umbrellas even pets have to stay home developers roles for everybody's safety thing this is the list of rules on the Newport police department Facebook page and that includes no drones all our concern is if one were to malfunction we don't want something falling over people's heads and end up how functioning and falling what's new this year one change this year is on the thirty first of purple people bridges closing at eight at eight PM Saturday and the other bridges close at various times on Sunday get all the information to enjoy the fireworks from the Newport police Facebook page sandy Collins newsradio seven hundred W. O. W. and you can get all of the road and Bridget closures for both Cincinnati and northern Kentucky on seven hundred W. L. W. dot com now the latest traffic and weather together from the you see health traffic center you see health Westchester hospital nationally recognized for providing superior medical care and outstanding patient experiences biggest problem right now is an accident northbound seventy five in the approach to the Norwood lateral the left lane is blocked and it's got things pretty well backed up to seventy four they've cleared the broken down which was a car fire sell seventy five south of union center your heavy to Tyler still right now northbound a bit heavy toward two seventy five but that is quickly thinning out they've cleared the multi vehicle accident south seventy one near Martin Luther king and traffic getting back to normal there you are having or seventy five Burlington pike to two seventy five then Dixie to the bridge south seventy five between Glenda L. Milford in Galbraith and hobbled to the cut in the hill nor seventy one crowded data Montgomery distort and then getting by Ronald Reagan I'm rob Williams.

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"newport police department" Discussed on Accused

Accused

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"newport police department" Discussed on Accused

"Well it's an open case okay but that doesn't gino what i said because what we did was we set aside the verdict and dismissed the charges against him but it's still it's still a case sure going on right so but is being investigated well i'm not gonna i'm because of my ethical rules i don't want to say anything much more uh you could call may be the investigators okay i can do that newport police department regarding the dna testing judge stein have first agreed with smith and moved to allow the testing but snug grass appealed in he switched sides the sounds quick but in reality a good year dragged john wall stein was deciding in the meantime smith helped work to change the state law to allow more people to have dna testing postconviction once the law was changed stein again okay'd the dna testing the result didn't come until early 2015 the rape kits showed retha had seamen from three men inside her and none was virgil but those results didn't seem to mean much to snide grass here she is at the august 2016 hearing several months after virgil seaman was not found in or on wreath a welter body miss said deaths in one of her pleadings the laboratory to determine the actual chiller the natural killer your honour by taxing the cmid that was on the victim's clothing at the time she was killed we did that the sec was wrong.

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"newport police department" Discussed on Accused

Accused

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"newport police department" Discussed on Accused

"They were both their for wreath after all becker said he went out to the car in waited for about ten to fifteen minutes before retha finally showed up and got into the passenger seat of her car which becker was driving she said her hallway friend ricky needed a place to crash that night and she was going to let him stay becker didn't like that idea he testified quote i said it just tell them you're not working at night she said i can't do this the lord wouldn't like it unquote according to backer retha the said two things to help identify her gentleman caller she called them ricky which was virgils nickname and she said he just been released from the hospital retha took some beer in some champagne she had bought earlier and tried to convince becker to come back to her apartment with her he said he refused that's the last time he saw or spoke to her he said he tried to call the next day on friday but could wreacher he left two messages asking her to call him back so they could talk he never heard back so said he called one of read this daughters and asked her to go check on her mom becker said the next time you were to anything about retha was in the cincinnati post which reported or death he went straight to the newport police department and talk to detective mark brandt who took a statement men branch showed becker a photo lineup he wasn't positive but tentatively identified william virgil the next time he saw virgils face it was on television after his arrest and by then becker was positive he was the same guy from read this hallway still becker acknowledged his view was obscured by the hood and he said the lighting in the hallway was dingy like what you'd find in a motel he couldn't see the man's hair or ears he saw the eyes and nose in the rest of his face which was clean of facial hair virgil meanwhile had both a mustache and a beard at the time.

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"newport police department" Discussed on Accused

Accused

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"newport police department" Discussed on Accused

"Two exactly what they've done and if he got to be you it there is no way in the world that you would've ever come up with any other explanation or or any other verdict than what was there you might notice that collins is clear in his conviction and yet too little guarded he has good reason william virgil is suing campbell county and the newport police department for wrongful imprisonment collins is walking a line trying to be candid while not saying something that might be held against his department at the civil trial still he says he welcomes the looming trial because he thinks it'll cleared the department altogether if we ever real justice system it'll happen in the civil trial and i and i believe in that wholeheartedly because the in things always happen for a reason and you don't just get away with murder very rarely in i i really believe i wouldn't be doing this about it and believe in what we've done they because i'll tell you have a civil trial once again and on being repetitious but there's going to be things come out there so many things you talk about that you're not held to that standard he's right about standards judges in criminal trials are much less likely to allow police to talk about some leads that may be turn out to be flimsy but in a civil case a judge might be more lenient to allow an officer to explain why he chased this leader that as of this recording the civil cases in the deposition face witnesses are being interviewed under oath a trial date could come yet this year but we aren't holding our breath still were eager to learn what said in the depositions some of what's ask will no doubt be reminiscent of bits of the original trial because patten the defence lawyer did take officers to task for their process.

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