17 Burst results for "Omaha Police Department"
"omaha police department" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Okano. Okay, let's go to wait for it. Never heard this before. Florida. What's on I want to tell you about an elderly lady. You okay? Don't say it like that. Suzanne Miller's elderly lady, she might be into it. True. Well, she was kind of not into it. And let me tell you what it is that she was not into. So I'm going to tell you about Suzanne Miller 71. I'm gonna take you to an afternoon Monday afternoon at the Oceanic Oceanfront complex in Jensen Beach, Florida. Where she is now facing a battery charge, and I don't mean she's being plugged into the wall. She's facing an actual battery charge. Why? Well, it's it's because of Ah frak! Frak are a frack hall fracas. That busted out and Theo she and oceanfront complex when she got all up in her neighbor's face. Would you like to know why? Why? Me reappraise that. Would you like to guess Why? Okay, Why did she get all up in her neighbor's face? She literally became upset and started getting started getting loud when her neighbor did something or rather didn't do something. I didn't. Oh, gosh, I listen. This is really frustrating. Her neighbor forgot to bring the garbage down to the curb. On guard. It's okay. That's what if I told you she was a crazy, stupid cove. Idiot! Oh, her neighbor coughed at her. You would have used to do something. Wear a mask. So apparently, here's what had happened, according to the arrest affidavit, the victim in this case We'll call him mask lists. Mr Mask lists told cops that Ms Miller became upset and started getting loud when he declared, declined to put on a mask. The man who was returning to his apartment after retrieving male in the lobby, said that Ms Miller told him She quote didn't feel comfortable riding the elevator with someone who wasn't wearing a mask. I mean, Thank you. She was unable to stop the man from pressing the button for his floor, And that's when she began yelling. He's assaulting. May he's assaulting May and when the man refused to leave the elevator, she tried to push him out. And started intentionally beating him about the person. Okay? I understand being frustrated that somebody else is not doing the thing that is right. I was wondering if you were gonna react. No, I was. I understand being upset when you know the right thing to do in this moment is ex wires E And the other person won't do that thing. I understand that frustration. I understand that anger. What? I don't understand what I'm That's not the way that also can. I just point out the obvious. You know what if you're concerned about in the cova while you touching a stranger, so don't yell, Don't yell. That's how we pass things. Also, I just read I read a study 80% of your loud ass voice, you know, could be reduced. 80% of your chance of spray paint and tell me to reduce my voice 80%. No, 80%. You can lower your risk of transmission transmitting Volkova 19 by lowering your if you just shut your big mouth anyway, this five to old lady just went postal. On the gentleman. By that, I mean, save the U. S post office. Thank you. If you are concerned about a person not wearing a mask, Here's what I would recommend you do. Leave the elevator and wait for the next elevator. Thank you. Yeah, because that I did have that experience recently. Where have you been An elevator at all. Like twice since my Yes, I went into two different kinds of elevators. One It was a one whole, er you could only do one person at a time. My gosh, By the way, I mean, I'm sorry. I just thought I went off track. I'll tell you what my idea was later. Go ahead. Andre was a sticker in the elevator was too small for two people. So it was just one person, but then the normal size elevators Had stickers in the exact opposite corners. So one person was at the back and the other person at the front. And it's pretty interesting. Yeah. Okay. Next story. What now? I was gonna say was, wouldn't that be efficient if they could make A toilet elevator. I mean, I feel like the pressure would really prevent a friend. It was a good idea until I started to actually think about it. Because because of the door opens time told out of Ma'an 18th floor and you're just sitting there gonna ride it all the way down the Skyway again. Two. Number. Let's go to Omaha for our next crazy, stupid idiot. Okay, we're going to meet 25 year old Thomas Trueba. And he was trouble. He played the tuba E. I don't know, but he did leave too suspicious boxes. Outside the Douglas County courthouse on Friday afternoon. Hey, took them out and surveillance video shows that took the two boxes out of his back seat of his car and then set them on the sidewalk near the courthouse around 2 P.m. and then Drove off. Of course, they had to evacuate the court house as a result, and the Omaha Police Department bomb squad had to arrive and use an explosive charge to render the package is safe. They did learn, of course, that those packages contain no explosive devices. However, they were able to track Mr True Pa's car down and reboot Duba. He was in it. And Ah, they did have a search warrant. They were able to search his residence and his car. And then you know this. Just go file this under Don't do criminal things. If your criminal things they're going to expose more criminal things like You better make sure your streets pretty clean before you do something nonsense like this. Because it turned out the suspicious packages were nothing, but now they're searching, and now they found all the wrong things, including, but not limited to. M d m a coding drug paraphernalia £232 of Mary Wanna. Oh, my God, 200. That's a lot of pound of marijuana. That's like, Where do you put that? Don't know. Apparently in this car, that's where he liked to keep it. They also found $400,000 in cash that was all in his car. Then they checked his residents. And they found 2000 G of T H c wax 227 g of M D m A and 181 g of suspected marijuana. They found scales for weighing those narcotics around the house. Lord Yes. So I think we could say he was into the drugs. And he was into the selling of the drug because he was not doing all the host. He drugs, packaging them and selling them. Ah, so that's the story, And now he has ah, a bond set at $2 million. Bye. Again. If you're going to do something that Is kind of bad, Make sure the really There's really bad. Then there was really bad stuff. The end. Thank you for coming to meet Ted talk. That was where Oe Oe may Ha Somewhere in Middle America. Can we go to left? Right? America? Wait. That's to the right of me. So Florida Yes. Thank you for the direction. I guess it's technically it depends on where I'm standing. But anyway, the moral of the stories we're going to Florida Palm Beach, particularly I have their police blotter. And this I want to read you a couple of these. They're very short and to the point, so I feel like you deserve them. O think you've done such a noble job today that you deserve a couple of these police blotter item, son. But my favorite and this is what brought me to the yard. Um Not a milk, but it wasn't a milkshake. Okay? I want to tell you about some criminal Miss Chief that happened on. I think this was actually Delray Beach specifically. This took place in the 500 block of Britney L. It says simply this criminal Miss Chief. A man found scratches on his vehicle, which was parked in his assigned space in the 500 block of Britney L. Is that, like short for lane or something, I don't know. Feces. Oh, God was smeared on the handle of the drivers to work. Ah! Also can I just point out that when you read this, it looks like Britney L faeces because it says the 500 block of Britney l period feces all I mean, it's capitalized. Looks like our name is Britney up. Oh, my God. I just thought That's why I was brought to this story because I thought, Oh, my God. Somebody's name is Britney L Schmidt. I mean, the sad part is there's probably somebody with that name Do you think could be probably Shmee mean is that the last name my life? Find out your L feces might be Oh, wait, not the Britney. But the L Ah 000, okay. Well, I don't really know what this means Anything but, yeah, it turns out I'm looking here. Is this from the Palm Beach Police? Water ancestry dot com. Know they have? Yeah, I'm in the same place. Fecal family history, hoop family history, their little with the last name poop. And I do want you to know. Where the fecal family is from. It's from Illinois and a poop. Elizabeth. Dorothy a poop. I can't handle this. We're not insured of this, Mr And Mrs Poop, Okay?.
"omaha police department" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"Like major cup raised to his lips and yellow Are youse all? I can't just I can't just drop this. I have Michel look down! Oh, good. The Omaha Police Department bomb squad arrived and used an explosive charge to render the packages is safe. Down, so they blew up the bomb. What? Yeah, well, they were empty boxes, apparently. So this guy thinks he's a comedian. But here's the funny part. This dumb ass when he was caught. Had multiple illegal substances in his vehicle, including MGM, a coding drug paraphernalia and £863 of Dubi weed. So I gotta weed. Yeah. I mean, okay, so we would probably use the phrase That's a ton of weed. It's not, but it's almost half a ton of £163 to fit that much in a vehicle was found in a van. I don't know, but they also found $400,000 in cash. So you know what? I was young and I Look, everything I was up to was just partying. And I'm not saying it wasn't illegal in some of the crap I did, but for the most part, I was just up to that. But guys like this. You used to see him and you'd go that dude's a bust. Let's stay away from him like you just realize some people are too stupid to stay out of it like Dude, you're you're doing fake bombs at the court house with all this crap in your car. What do you think you can't even hide? The almost wants to get caught by a single life that he has. I just think that some people are a bus. They don't think things through there. Just he just Oh, this will be funny with eight. That's not a that's not a dime bag. That's £863 of pot. Well, when you think about what the value of an ounce of pot is this a big so lot. It's a barrel Reaser. Glad bag of of pot, right, right. You have a ounce of pot. So now 16 of those air a pound And now times 863 like it so much we'd like I can't even believe he could get it into a single vehicle, right? Anyway. He's facing a felony charge of threatening explosive use, placing a false bomb possession of a controlled substance and a misdemeanor count of obstructing government operations because they probably had to evacuate the courthouse. So anyway, he's busted, and I just thought Jesus, What is somebody in Omagh hot doing with 863? Thank you, Brent. All right. There's.
"omaha police department" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"About activity. That Jim Gardner was engaged in. Prior to even coming in contact with James Go lock the grand jury routine Heen people indicted Gardner on four charges manslaughter the use of a firearm in the Commission of a felony attempted first degree assault and terroristic threats. Her restrict stem from the verbal exchange between Gardner and Scurr lock that night. Franklin also said the jury spent more time to liberate here's. The prosecutor I think the Monday after. James Locke was was shot and killed the press conference conducted by Don Klein and Brenda Beetle indicated that There wouldn't be charges forthcoming because there was a determination that the action by Jay Gardner was self defense within a few days there became a request for a grand jury to do the investigation. The Omaha Police Department did continue with their investigation. They interviewed approximately sixty people in conjunction with This homicide investigation, they received video clips from members of the public who were down any all market, the grand jury. At, the point in time that they made their decision. It's almost a slam dunk that they had much more information available to them. Than what was had at the time that the initial decision was made and of course, we have more information so because they had sixty days and all this other time. So you're a back in just a minute and we'll show you what happened with Jay Gardner you're not gonNA believe how this turned out Republican for PODCASTS. Again, my name is Brian Kelly enthusiast. Show the way this works listener supported broadcasting, and what that means. There's no big company behind it. It's your meet together. I do the work that you support the show. Simple I asked listeners three things from. People pray for me because I I need wisdom inside any balance and he'd energy and all the things we need to do this well. On top of the fulltime job in fulltime life and. I asked people share the show whatever device you're on right now probably has a share and subscribe button. Make sure you're subscribed in good and hit that share button and share it to. All of your social media, and even if you've done that before, it's good to do it once a week every. So often let people know you're listening to the show and that you've found something valuable here so that they will see that in join you in the last thing is visit the link to support show financially Patriot dot com slash republic keeper if you'd be so kind that would be awesome. If you can find the time to do that. So Jake Gardner Jacob Gardner is the bar owner here in Omaha who? was indicted then by the grand jury. And the indictment just happened a few days ago last week I believe and. So we saw the video tape there of the prosecutor and the then appointed a special prosecutor who impaneled a grand jury, and so this is video I believe this is from just yesterday. This. Is well I'll just play the report developing tonight a bar owner from Omaha Nebraska recently indicted in the shooting death of a black man related to protests. There was found dead in Hillsborough today Jacob Gardner faced four charges in the shooting death of twenty two year old James, scurr? Lock. Gardner shots scurr lock outside his bar as protests were happening nearby early reports of that incident show that bar was being vandalized at the time. A judge issued a warrant for gardeners arrest on Friday. Hillsborough police reported finding Gardner's body near a medical clinic off northeast. Ninth Street this afternoon in his attorney confirmed that Gardner died by suicide. So the District Attorney. Says that Jake Gardner? Acted in self defense. The videotapes submitted to the district attorney caused the district attorney to say. That Jake Gardner. Acted in self defense. Then, the mob shows up and demands a grand jury impaneled. Now, the grand jury gets empanelled, and of course, in the environment where if you don't do it the mob once. They're gonNA come to your house. The grand jury..
"omaha police department" Discussed on Native America Calling
"They did. They accepted that settlement, of course out of court and which means there won't be a trial now a civil trial anyway. trying to hold those officers accountable, which is you know to a lot of people very frustrating. including members, Zachary's family who who felt like this settlement Wasn't Right wasn't just wasn't done well they feel like decker mother was pushed into this settlement. And they just don't feel like it's just settlement pirated fifty thousand dollars essentially for. A person's life for their suffering at having lost vaccarri and and the loss of security. So many native people feel now in Omaha Nebraska. All of this. It would does the city or the police department have to admit any wrongdoing as a result of the settlement. No wrongdoing admitted as a result of the settlement. No apology really ever given except by would say go Mohawk police chief who did fire the four officers initially. And I think during his announcement of that decision he did apologize. With the death of the very hill. Is there any Is there any effort to reform the Omaha Police Department either within the Police Department or outside of the Police Department There is an effort within Nebraska to reform the police Union type contracts issues within the arbitration process. but that's more a result of of the murder, George Floyd and. Other issues that have affected Nebraska as well So, there is legislative effort factor. There were eleven, senators, senators who called for a special session here in Nebraska, just to address racial injustice. but it's very unlikely that that that effort to call a special session we'll actually succeed unfortunately. What Tom. But there are other than. that are in play as well, and I'm actually part of some of those efforts There is a group of us that have decided to try to purchase some billboards base in Omaha on your the side of Zachary died at sixty s and center streets. In order to commemorate his life and seek justice for his death. And Actually raised more than five thousand dollars through Indian TACO. Sales and private donations and crowdsource funding. And we have a commitment from ACLU Nebraska to cover whatever remaining expenses we may have decided actually purchase to billboards at that intersection and we planned to have a ceremony later this are actually later in September once the first billboard is up and we've invited the Bare Hills family and we plan to have prayers and songs and or it's to commemorate Zachary's life and ensure. Nebraska. Never forget what it did on. Kevin you've you've really connected with this story on a personal level I wonder if you might speak about that being journalists and being involved in.
"omaha police department" Discussed on Native America Calling
"He's the managing editor at Indians Dot Com about the death of Zachary Bare. Hills. So. We're talking about the incident and the Omaha Police Department. What happened after he was After Zachary Bare Hills died. So after he died A county coroner ruled that he had died of excited delirium and not necessarily from the gauntlet of abuse he suffered at the hands of the Omaha police officers that night. the county attorney charged the two officers with assault against Zachary Scotty pain. The one who shocked him, twelve times and Ryan McLaren the one who punched him in the head thirteen times So Scotty, pain went to trial there was. A series of of can justices in my mind that happened through the course of that trial including the judge's decision to withhold some pretty key evidence from the jury including the fact that all four officers have been fired after this incident by Omaha police chief, Todd Schneider, and the fact that you know air had that night it actually ordered officers pain and and mclardy to accompany Zachary's body to the hospital in the ambulance. Something that is a clear violation of Omaha Face Department policy. You know once an officers involved in an incident like this, they're supposed to step away not try to. Prove their case essentially Sergeant for headed ordered them to take Zachary's vitals to try to prove excited delirium this excited diller learn defense. the jury eventually acquitted Scotty Pain of assault and soccer and a few months later Douglas County Attorney Don coin dropped charges against mclardy basically saying that because the jury hit acquitted pain that he didn't he wasn't confident that he could get a conviction against the Ryan McLarty. And so on. That led us to actually about four months ago and April when in arbitration panel ruled that. Three of the four officers were involved in that incident could get their jobs back I. The only one officer Scotty pain should remain fired. and that's really highlights I think a lot of. interesting sort of legal issues involved in all of this regarding the arbitration process in Nebraska and other states as well A lot of times police officers are unionized and and those union contracts often allow those officers to seek independent arbitration if they're fired to try to get their jobs back. In. Two different states in one city that had studied this arbitration process, they found that more than fifty percent of time of officers got their jobs back after arbitration rulings reissued. It's a really sad fact I think for the native people of Omaha Nebraska to. Know that they may have to encounter these three officers again, patrolling the streets of Omaha and. So. Good Yeah. So You know the the sort of conclusion if there is one to this, is that the family just recently was awarded a settlement tell us about that. Yeah. So earlier, this month about maybe three weeks ago now he family Zachary. Hills accepted a five hundred, fifty thousand dollars settlement from the city of Omaha. Effectively ending three year effort to gain legal accountability for.
"omaha police department" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Yeah. I mean she was kind of afraid that if carried did have a breakdown, she might pick him up and he could be in danger. Right? So on January six, two, thousand, thirteen. Nancy logged onto facebook and so new message from carry. This was a new page created her name. She apologized for missing her father's funeral. Then when Nancy Astor to call so she could hear voice. carries. Responses. Very. Defensive. She was angry but said, she would call it some time. She. said she was grateful that her mother had her son. But said that she could leave her son and move on with someone new. Very weird stuff certainly for any kind of mother say that. So, Nancy was pretty certain that this wasn't carry communicating with her. I mean after that, there was this bizarre posts that showed up on Carey's new facebook page, and it was a hand with a diamond engagement ring with the caption reading, Dave and I got engaged. Nancy could recognize that it wasn't carries hand. So this whole new facebook page was definitely the work of an impostor. So I feel like if police had just looked into that and checked IP addresses, they could have figured this out sooner instead of taking three years. Probably, on that same day that the ring picture was on the facebook page, Dave received an email from someone claiming to be Kerry. and. It read. You will do exactly as I say and then I will let her go. So there was a photo attached that showed a woman in a car trunk with duct tape over her mouth in her hands tied behind her back. He couldn't tell if it was Liz but the woman did have dark hair. and. There was another message saying you will dump Liz and you and I will start seeing each other again. So really bizarre but Dave was a little worried that maybe it was Liz in the picture. So to be sure he texted Liz, to find out and Liz was fine. then. On January eighth Dave who's driving through his apartment parking line and he noticed a vehicle buried in the snow. Does snow in Nebraska right absolutely. Doesn't it snow a lot there? Can. Look like the car had been driven several days turned out a black Ford explorer carries car. So, how is Kerry getting around without a car? Dave did know that it wasn't there since November when she disappeared. So called the police, they towed it to the Omaha Police Department impound lie, right? So November carried disappeared from his apartment and then he finds the car in the parking lot in January eighth but there was a big time period between then where no one knew where the car was then it was brought back there. have been brought back there. Yes. It's very strange. She'd been reported missing an Iowa, but she had actually disappeared in Nebraska..
"omaha police department" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Think we've seen that police departments are taking this more seriously now that it's not just an automatic twenty, four hours, forty, eight hours whatever we'll share but this is only eight years ago. and. I think it was mishandled I. Mean it was really an extraordinarily long time before the police took her disappearance seriously and I guess that's because they were believing that she was communicating. Looking into carries facebook activity. They saw that Sam Carter had answered carries a message by saying that they had attended Iowa Western community college together. Notably Sam's grammar was as bad as spelling. Just. A week before Sam's friend requests carry had rejected a friend request from someone named Amber Mildew. An ambush photo was of a slim laud wearing big sunglasses. According to both facebook pages, amber and Sam were both from Macedonia but they both had spelled it incorrectly, they both had used an e instead of an egg. Yeah. So really weird. And everyone in Macedonia knew each other but no one knew Sam or amber. Interesting yes. So there's no real evidence that Kerry was endanger and her case turned out not to be a big priority for law enforcement she was treated as a missing person and her name was entered into the national database. So, this meant that if her driver's license was checked anywhere in the country. The results show her as a missing person. I'm sure there's not a high yield on that, right? Now I. Mean. You just have to happen to be pulled over I guess right? So while carries families worrying about her. Dave Kroupa is becoming afraid of her. Because within days of that text break-up, he began getting angry texts from carries phone. The messages had terrible grammar and spelling. And they focused on Liz calling her a fat ugly Hor. Carry, it seemed unfazed been lives had showed up at his apartment that first night. But now she seemed like this obsessive Jealous Person. So it was just weird. Yes. Shoes things don't add up do they now but Dave just seems kind of oblivious. So lose called Dave to tell him that his crazy ex was harassing her also. And she wanted to know how could have gotten her phone number and address. According to Liz carry it broken into her garage painted whore from Dave on a wall. And what does that even me? Weird thing. I don't know Dave had planned to see Liz again he said, but he felt obligated to meet with her to discuss this harassment which he felt kind of guilty about Liz, described the vandalism on her garage door and she also said that some checks had been taken. So she reported this to the Omaha Police Department. Then, Dave soon received an email from carry admitting to breaking into the garage. Then one of the check showed up in a photo that was texted to Nancy's phone from Carey's phone. And this check was made out to Kerry and signed by Liz's legal name. Shana, gullion. So the memo indicated that the check was for the purchase of carries bedroom.
"omaha police department" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily
"A contribution today. If you can the link is an episode notes and thanks the hit to our economy has been really really bad to get. It started again before. There's a vaccine raises a really start question. How many more people will die. Well you know it's the balance of something. That's a very difficult choice. Like how many deaths? And how much suffering are you willing to accept to get back to what you want to be? Some form of new malady sooner rather than later. Dr Anthony Fauci said that all scientists like him can do is level with us about the consequences every opening. I have do I feel. I have a moral obligation to give the kind of information that I'm giving. People are GonNa make their own choices. I cannot norm. Anybody Force people under every circumstance to do what you think is best and on Tuesday afternoon vice president. Mike Pence said the White House is talking about disbanding Corona Virus Task Force. The one Saudi serves on by early June shifting even more responsibility to state and local leaders. Coming up what we know about less common symptoms of the virus and one place on Earth. Where there is no social distancing because so far there's no corona virus this is corona virus daily from NPR. I'm Kelly mcevers. It's Tuesday may fifth. Every state. It seems is doing things differently. And we keep coming back to that idea because over the next few weeks from state to state and even from county to county. We'RE GONNA learn a lot more about the good and the bad of those decisions. I wanted to Update all of you on our current efforts like in California. I lived Governor Gavin. Newsom says he is going to allow retail businesses like clothing and sporting goods stores bookshops and florists to reopen this week under certain conditions. Curbside pickup social distancing So it's it's incumbent upon the business leader To protect not only the customers but their employees at the same time restaurants have been and will continue to stay closed to people who want to eat in at least in most places. We're not trying to go against anything. We just want to get back to. The new norm bring our economy back in lower our unemployment and get people back to working again. Crystal Martin is with the downtown Business Association of Yuba City in Northern California where county health officials have decided. Some restaurants can let people in she talked to. Npr's Nathan Rock. This is the story all over the country. How fast things opened up and in what way? Those decisions are being made by your neighbors. County officials business leaders it all starts with the PCP and adhering making sure that the guests are adhering to the same. Testing standards up to staff is in Texas. Where movie theaters can open. Mitch Roberts told. Npr's all things considered that a few theaters and his chain or up for taking everyone's temperature at the door. Making sure were masks and gloves. They've also set up a new ticketing system to comply with the state requirements that they operate at twenty five percent capacity what that allows us to do if you select the ticket. That's within ten feet of another group tells you. Hey you can't sit here. You need to maintain physical distancing as more states and businesses decide whether to open more customers will decide whether to show up a new Washington. Post survey conducted with researchers at the University of Maryland. Found two thirds of Americans. Say They'd be uncomfortable shopping at a retail clothing store and nearly eight and ten people would be uncomfortable eating at a sit down restaurant so as reopening moves forward at different speeds and different places will monitor this daily. Real-time way state officials will have to watch for where cases spike. And then choose how to react. The virus starts infect people at a dangerous rate if it is one of the criteria that trigger to re modify The changes in so we just want folks to know. We need to toggle back and forth year on the basis of what's happening in those communities another big decision being made on the local level all across the country is how police officers should adjust to the new normal. Here's NPR's Martin custody the most visible new assignment for police. These days is enforcing social distancing on Saturday. Chicago's police superintendent. David Brown warned that he'd be sending out his cops to break up house parties. As silly as that sounds. You could be arrested for having a party in this environment. A thousand officers were sent out on social distancing patrols in New York over the weekend which mostly meant reminding people in public spaces to stay six feet apart. There have been complaints in some cities that the rules are being enforced unevenly or unfairly even as most cops will tell you that they'd rather not even be doing this kind of work. Tom Shafer as a captain with the Omaha Police Department. Nobody became a cop so they could go to a bar and grill. And say you've got eleven people here you gotTa send one home search an atom planning a patrols in San Francisco. He also writes books about police work. He says some aspects of that work are a little different now. Traffic stops for instance. Officers are trying to keep themselves in their family. Save two so someone's doing a California roll through a stop sign. We might have been more inclined to stop them and either run the license or give them a ticket pre corona the now and when they do catch a suspect. If it's a non violent crime he says sometimes they'll just let that person go especially if there's a contamination risk or the jails crowded. He says they can always get an arrest warrant for that suspect later on. That can be hard to do. These are interesting times. We find ourselves in but people should not count on getting lead off. In some circumstances the authorities might WanNa make an example of them. Take the two women who allegedly robbed drugstore in San Francisco in early April John. Bennett is a special agent in charge of the FBI office there. There were individual that walked into a walgreens and decided that they were going to announce to everybody that they had co Vid and then proceed to cough on people as they removed items from the shelf and walked out the door. This drugstore Caper is now a federal case. The US Attorney's charging the women with interfering with interstate commerce but it says the feds got involved to protect essential workers because these individuals were specifically using the threat of a virus in order to conduct criminal activity. That's where the game changes and that's where the FBI can get involve. Some people are hoping that this crisis will inspire more forgiving attitude from police at the same time. There are also some worries that social distancing by the police has created an opening. For some violent criminals in Omaha Captain Schaeffer says felony assaults and homicides went up and in one neighborhood shot spotted detectors picked up almost twice as many gunshots in March. And I think the criminal element. I'd be remiss if they didn't notice the lack of cruisers out on traffic stops. And just just one piece that overtime is Kinda like. Hey we got a better chance to maybe go from point. A. TO POINT B. and knocked over. But he says the department is now adjusting. Beefing up its gang enforcement and getting officers enough P es and hand sanitizer so they can go back to what? He calls more proactive policing. Npr's Martin Kosti.
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"Little bit my vacation what was your high yeah we got the history tour of paddy's hometown from her daughter and the multiple multiple homes that had moved around a lot in their house yeah he we went out to lunch we John and Elizabeth and his wife and Katie and my husband while all went out to lunch and then with the girls and John took a driving tour of mom where at love all the homes that Scott Shannon and I should have your home I only lived in one home during my stay during their and when you were there yeah and I love the plaque they've put up his normal guy DJ Patty has a man have added several different residents down houses it was a like MTV cribs anytime yeah sure so no snow today is that fair here's the deal on this things done you're going to see the sun and forty five which is a little bit above normal it's the inverse tomorrow meaning it starts I could see some mixing late overnight into early Wednesday then Wednesday Thursday both day highs will only be in the thirties that's the cold a stretch by the weekend many thermometers top sixty so it's a crazy swing and then it's wet late Friday into Saturday as well I was just checking your your number now is up to thirty four forty five later today is that houses she's lived in thank you very much from our drunk tank department it looked like a bride stored and his son almost got thrown in a pokey they were and they were in Palm Beach celebrated the breakers hotel there Vesey celebrating and they and all those kids with him I well many of his kids and they wanted to get into a private event going on at the hotel the security guard working the event said though you can't go in there you're not authorized and of course they did don't you know who we are whole I just do a skit see if you shouldn't have to say that if they don't know it walk away yeah it's not and then is son Sean got nose to nose from the guard's face at twenty put his hand on Johnny's chest as to me give him some space then Sean shoved him back and then ride through a fine and the guard Astros the roads to it patch the one I was drinking a lot well I would imagine if you're there's a little bit of any questions with ease hand good was standing up straight that's about all but he's got it going yeah and so father and son charged with battery and they're supposed to be here in court February the fifth I'm sure that will be settled in our other draw department a lady in Nebraska busted for driving while heavily intoxicated told police not to worry because she is quote a professional drinker she he first started he had very little to drink he'd been arrested for both do you why in speeding and almost all and a tweed by the Omaha police department said the idea of sobriety tests prove clearly that wasn't the case that she just had a couple of drinks he said that she blow a zero point two five six three times the legal alcohol limit I don't I don't think they have the regulation from state to state do they I mean every time you read one of these stories uhhuh the drunk meters different well now it is different state to state the thing is is if you have if I stayed hasn't above point oh eight they don't get any federal funding for their highways so most of our manager go down that way yeah but I like when they tell me she's two times the legal limit he's almost he's near death yeah that's another he he's near death yeah well she was three times the legal limit but she says she says I am a professional drinker okay as that of the day they give yeah you get paid for that yeah yeah little card for your wallet right finally do you know anyone that used to be one of those isn't that used to be a professional you know working anymore may seventeen at C. B. as them but we still love a and if you guys and they later well at the golden globes some of the big.
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"Each other this morning and Chula vista destroying two trailers at a mobile home park, and damaging at least two apartment units right down the street, which is where we find news eight Kelly with more firefighters actually called in crews mother stations because so many of their firefighters were already on that first fire. It's just a really big fire. Right now, it's pretty nice. Can the fire started around seven fifteen or so an hour after the one erupted at that mobile home park, the two fires are not believed to be connected. The causes are under investigation people across the midwest or underwater today following widespread flooding, hundreds of homes are damaged and at least two people have died. CBS news, Laura Podesta has the latest on the disaster. I roads and farms in Nebraska transformed into lakes homes with just their rooftops visible. It's all the result of flooding after two levees broke sending water into towns. We are trapped can't get out of Fremont and so- planes are flying in supplies from all over little Lear jets and Cessnock this video from the Omaha. Police department shows a nighttime helicopter rescue after two people became stranded. In their truck demonstrating, the danger of driving through barricades blocking flooded roads. Laura Podesta CBS news those. View who plan your vacation travels around the best cities for fast food. CBS news. Peter King has the results of a new survey. It doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out why apartment guide says Orlando is the country's top city for fast food. It's tourists who watch something familiar when they come here, especially those with fussy children. But it's also the hundred thousand or so people who work at theme parks and watch something quick and easy on the way. Home by me, and Tampa are also at the top ten as our Cincinnati, Saint Louis, Las Vegas Cleveland. Pittsburgh, Atlanta and Fort Wayne, Indiana, Peter King CBS news Orlando, I here's news as Heather Myers with your micro-climate forecast. Enjoy the gorgeous conditions while they last would a beautiful day with sunshine from the coastline to the desert. Temperatures today. Outer or above seasonal averages upper sixties or right at seventy along the coastline today. Mid to upper seventies for most of our inland valley communities on AM, seven sixty. I'm news as Heather Myers, sunny and sixty seven in. The ocean side. No spare time this week. For college basketball fans anytime to will be spent on filling out your NC double A tournament bracket..
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"Hafner with general services plan in Washington. And in Texas this week for. George H W Bush corresponding Clayton Neville says many people are sending well wishes to the Bush family from the George W Bush presidential center, the forty first president of the United States will be buried at his presidential library in college station. Thursday on the SMU campus in Dallas, the home Bush forty three's library and museum. Visitors can write condolences to the Bush family made it more special. Yeah, we got to sign the book, and my wife actually, got her video taken signing the book. So that was pretty special. This Texan says writing a few sentences was away for him to connect with a family beloved in the Lone Star state. Hopefully, they're going to share that with President Bush HEW's remains will return to Texas late Wednesday. Clayton Neville, Dallas or Vice President Dick Cheney. He, of course, pick me to be secretary of defense after his first choice had been rejected by the Senate never held that against it. I loved it. It was probably the best tour ever had terms of port work the privileged to lead. The US forces and Desert Storm and end of the Cold War, the Soviet Union collapsed and goes out of business. President Bush forty one was phenomenal leader for all those things that happen Flint has replaced all of its targeted lead and iron water pipelines. A year ahead of schedule. They replaced more than eighteen thousand pipes connected to more than seven thousand homes the pipes were replaced because of lead contamination. That was triggered by a switch of water sources in twenty fourteen while Flint was under the operation of emergency managers appointed by governor Snyder, Redford township police say the two boys who were missing an eight year old and twelve year old have been found safe and sound study a Warren plans to put in a mini city hall in the south end of the city at Van Dyke and nine mile road and WJR around the world are French government's decision to suspend giant fuel tax and utility hikes did little to appease protesters been calling it a first step and they allowed to fight on after rioting in. In paris. Israel's military has launched an operation to destroy tunnels built by Hezbollah that stretch from Lebanon into northern Israel secretary of state, Mike Pompeo in NATO partners are holding talks with Ukrainians foreign minister can as Ukraine seeks international supports confrontation with Russia. Russian border guards fired on three Ukrainian navy vessels in the Black Sea and those vessels and crews are captured and still being held captive, Ukraine. Is indicating it for years that Russia plans, an invasion actress, Sarah Hyland of the TV show. Modern family says that her fourteen year old cousin was killed by a drunk driver in Nebraska, the Omaha. Police department says fourteen year old Trevor at candidate was killed after a drunk driver. Ran a red light and piled into the car that he was riding in with his father, highlands uncle. His name was Clifford candidate. And he suffered serious head injuries in this crash Omaha. Police say the drunk driver thirty six year old Jeffrey egg. Is a repeat drunk driver in Omaha. Ohio State football coach urban Meyer stepping down Meyer will coach his final game in the Rose Bowl. Hieaux state will name thirty nine year old defensive coordinator Ryan day as the new Buckeye head. Coach JR news time. It's always the right time.
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"Whole community s less than a 10th of 1 percent because so much damage and that those things are going to always be persistent even even though our numbers are low and i will give the the late murders and two thousand seventeen where where three people were killed in north on mojo that one individual now one day damage the city to to the port were the trauma is still there statistically accounted for ten percent of the murders in our city that year so unless we continually entrench on that those things will always always creep up this is an ashes public affair production of energy media i'm greg lemond's in with me are very special guest chief of police chief ties smarter i wanna take a couple of questions from the from the community you're a concert chris you have a couple of questions over there from the community i do yeah we got one here it's regarding the private donation of nahr can what have the results of the trial runs shown and department of plant dipped does department plan to expand upon this program it has been very successful the opioid crisis that you're seeing going across the country will at some point reach omaha we've always said that omaha parlor based on where we set middle of the middle of the country oftentimes we are the last to the party but the party always gets here and you know chris gregg greg you can kinda weigh in on this if you want but the party starting to get to omaha now agri we're starting to see this opioid crisis take place we've used than arkin you know we we views of the fire department has used it and we we intend to have in our off arsenal or the protection of the public import protection my officers i don't want them out there exposed to this mostly have a means of defence agreeing to touch on that uh the in the amount of time that i've been on uh i've seen the effects that this opioid epidemic has had has had on families has head on individuals um and i think that it's i think that the use of nahr can is a very proactive move for the omaha police department again the question here guy asks why doesn't opd make crime data easily available via city open data portal the portion of the.
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"Service to to all parts of our city which will only make which will only make this city so we've done a lot in a fiveyear strategic plan we're in the process put in the next one together with those are some highlights is there a another focus that you as the chief of police have i know a one time it was violent crime was game expression is there another focus maybe dui or something like that you have another major thing that you're saying okay guys this is the next real folk it the next the next real focus internally for the omaha police department and then there's focuses externally externally will obviously will have to continue our our push on violent crime in our police community relations obviously we always will work on that but the external push is is the fifth precinct and again all of that showed up because you add one hundred extra officers the cost of that there some strategy to that and we wanna make sure that that opens up all time that's the external push internally internally we wanted we want wanna make sure mcmahon staff and i that were engaged in our officers that we're making sure that they understand that we have the best interests at heart we want improved communication within the police department and we went to really address officer morale the last several years police officers all across this country have taken taken a beating on the profession and this is a noble profession and one of the most noble professions in the world quite frankly so we feel it's incumbent upon us as a command staff to let our officers now their value their worth in seal we can do to make them feel good about working for the omaha police department because as we keep moving on greg we're gonna have to continue to hire higher and higher and we want people to work here in our employee satisfaction are employees morale is important to us so that's my internal goals coming up in my extra just down to an an and is this you can answer the public face production of energy media i'm greg lemond's i guess i'm your host for today officer greg lemond's in i mean with the omaha police department chief of police mrs tass matter so as far as police community relations is concerned.
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"Course of our duties trust me gregory everywhere i go i'm pretty i'm pretty sure there's a cell phone or something that's that's caption about everything i say angry so i i don't have a problem with that especially if it's focused on me the one thing that i do have an issue with is we we have lives protect first and foremost and if everybody can be responsible and allow law enforcement to do that entry level work that work that we need to do established the safety that crime scene for the safety of our community and get the crime scenes tape up if we're allowed to do that in my opinion any media or any freelance journalist can follow us at any time that they like iv just antoine an end is this you issues in answers production public fares production of energy media greg lemond's with the city of omaha motley's apartments police chief uh so earlier we were you were talking about these successes that the omaha police department is had with the lowering of the crime rate lowering of violent crimes in the police community relations in your opinion what's next well there's a there's a lot of there's a lot of next drink i only point out where we started and we're right now and i probably was remiss in not saying where we intend to go what we like to do is still even though you have let's say where there was ninety seven shooting victims in the city that still 97 too many map we want to edge that down even further we want to take our police community partnerships and when we want to take that into different venues such as improving quality of life issues gang prevention issues all kinds of issues that are out there one thing though mall police departments been very supportive of behind the scenes is is job program the summer jobs program that the omaha network 360 does is very important we've noticed that when jobs are heavy in the summer for our youth crime goes down quite a bit so we've been very supportive of an expansion on that front the mayor has doubled the amount of money given to that program because we we see the benefits of that so what is next next is continued edge these numbers down next is a fifth precinct that will open up in two thousand nineteen which allows to have uniform coverage blanket coverage of the city providing timely.
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"Us on that act were actually meeting with uncommon up here in the next couple of weeks just to kind of streamline ways that they can help us and vice versa so they've they've came from cut of a grassroots type of program to almost illegitimate media outlet sometimes as a chief do you feel that that vat should have been a platform that the omaha police department should have put out first i do i do i first of all on any any major incident the first thing you'll see us do on our twitter and our our social media is to let everybody know any official information on this since that will come gnome mall pleased barbara any any other entity release in anything it may or may not be accurate turns out the last major instant that i can think of with with means streets we did that very same thing and and it turned out that they were accurate and everything that they reported but in the offchance that they're not accurate in that can that can happen because they're not they're not in the know they're not in the in the middle of the game and they're not in the middle of the investigation will simply correct that and i believe there were spot accordingly to that because one thing that they will do as they reach we what we tweet it's not as if they're they're against us per se matt um and lasting i don't want to live on this too long lasting along the same vein does this leave a space for copycat or other for other people in the community to follow the police around in and kind to try to take the nip the next step in you know almost get to a point where it may be too far this this this this put us in that type of situation it does it does open the door for the you'll have the very same thing in larger cities like los angeles in particular they'll have actual camera cameraman drive around and jump please calls and try to perform their own show of cops my stance is this the public is allowed to to videotape they're allowed to watch the omar police department on anything that we do as long as they don't interfere with the.
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"Neighborhood so they have a drug pipeline to us they have an issue they can hit us with social media and we'll have our precinct captains address it so it's been a great resource for policing two things social media has been great resource and cell phones everybody it's got it's it's a great thing for policing inc that's a great thing for individual we love it too well before we get out only set the table here for everybody yeah i know that griggs and hasn't questions about social media in particular about mean streets of omaha i'm pretty sure that's going to be coming up uh as well one of a favor the account of a a lot of people across the city and since were were talking social media now griggs got questions over there from several the listeners do um i guess pat will kinda turned things over the reagan with chiefs matter this morning from the omaha police departed no pressure don't screwed up in front of chaos we're giving it to you and earth seeing convention okay here you go about doing and disease usm answers uh with us today omaha police detests mater uh so one of the big topics going around is main streets omaha uh it's kinda one way or the other you absolutely love them absolutely hate them in your opinion what's your opinion of main streets johanna how does that affect the daytoday of the omaha police department means streets we i could tell you there was a time where the omaha police department had an issue with means street spur that issue has long since passed at what they reporters things that they here over the scanner and oftentimes what you hear over the scanner is just preliminary police information on a major crime scene and as you know greg that preliminary information has nearly almost wrong at all times but they have every right to report that and if that's the initial report coming out over nine one one we have no problem with them report in a sometimes will reach out and say hey you mind not reporting this just yet for these various factors may be maybe we don't want the suspect to know what we know in some officer new inadvertently put it on the radio and there's other reasons and main street says has been pretty good with.
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"Overviews boring good morning thanks for joining us on this thursday it's twenty minutes past the hour i am wendy king two nebraska officers involved in the death of a mentally ill men by repeatedly punching him in the head and shocking him with a stungun have been charged with assault omaha police officer scottie pain was charged with felony second degree thought for shocking twenty nine year old zachary bear hills twelve times with a taser during a confrontation on june fifth he's only the third omaha officer in thirty years to be charged with felony officer ryan mclarty faces a misdemeanor thirddegree assault charge for punching bear heels thirteen times with many shots to the head but clarity will receive a ticket for his infraction well pain will go to court for the felony full have been fired from the omaha police department if convicted pain faces up to twenty years in prison thackery bear hills had committed no crime said douglas county attorney donald klein in an news conference he was simply a human being suffering from a mental illness that was quite obvious to anyone who is in contact with him when asked whether the officers were charged with assault instead of banned flutter or murder klein answered there's no evidence whatsoever that these officers intentionally killed mr barroso hill's klein also said an autopsy didn't directly link bear health debt to the multiple had punches and the stungun shocks bear health had of bipolar disorder schizophrenia according to his mother renita chilapa he was travelling on a bus to oklahoma city when he had a breakdown when the bus us reached omaha he was kicked off he then went to a brazilian wax soman and started licking the windows somebody called 911 and the officers responded and thought that he appeared to be mentally ill later they found him dancing in front of a convenience store and they arrested him and put him in the back of the police crews razer when officers tried to put his seat felt on bear hills gets out of the car and tries to walk away and the officers grab a hold of them and eventually the fatal struggle enthuse one person was killed and seven others were injured when an aggressive thrill ride broke apart at the ohio state fair the fair will be open today according to officials but the.