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"one arrest" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"An average of 131 potential covid patients per day compared to about 49 per day in June. He added that the latest surge Could have been prevented with vaccines and good hygiene. Garland Police have filed multiple charges against an Oklahoma man in connection with a fatal crash on Monday. 37 year old Bobby Lee Murphy caused the crash that killed a woman and injured her young son Monday afternoon, according to Garland, police spokesman Pedro Bear No, he says Murphy's car was stopped for a traffic violation when its spinoff, eventually running a red light on Miller Road and crashing into two vehicles, killing a 28 year old mother and critically injuring her 10 year old son, who remain He was hospitalized. Murphy is also hospitalized and faces charges of murder and evading arrest, causing serious bodily injury. Kim Lampkin is K l I. F NEWS, Granbury v F W was leading enough to on our first responders on the 20th anniversary of 9 11, which is Saturday. Community groups plan to serve a free meal to every first responder in Hood County. Local V F W represented the Ricky Johnson had more than 201st responders will dine on brisket and pulled pork. You know, they do super work, protecting it and making sure that we're safe. And we just like to honor them for their service. According to W F. A. A. The event will be held Saturday from noon until two at the Grand Berry, BF w Building. Barring court intervention Texas will execute a condemned man tonight. John Ramirez is facing a lethal injection for stabbing to death of Corpus Christi store clerk during a 2004 robbery. Indebted Ramirez and two others. The dollar 25, his attorney is asking the U. S. Supreme Court's to delay the execution on grounds of religious freedom. Ramirez wants his spiritual advisor to be able to lay hands on him as the lethal injection takes effect. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice says the pastor can be in the room but cannot touch Ramirez or pray out loud. The fifth Circuit Federal appeals court has refused. The request is now in the hands of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito. Jack Callahan, Fox News. Well, it went viral. It, Uh, story of the ivermectin. Causing a huge crush of Patients at hospitals and so forth. Not true. It's what happens with social media. And it happens when people don't, um, do their own investigating exactly or just even their own thinking. We'll have that for you coming up here in a couple of minutes. And it good old Dr Fauci. Did he just flat out lie to us about what was going on in that Wuhan lab? One senator says, Uh huh. He did. There are some evidence to back that up, and we'll have that for you to stay with us. Hits 6 10 K l i f Dallas Fort Worth, It's Glenn Beck. Americans are now paying the highest price for gasoline in history. And this past week, Saudi Arabia, whom Joe Biden.
"one arrest" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Nada. Until you have a lawyer present. Do you do not participate in any factors and interrogation? You did not participate in any type of statements because anything you say can be they can make a case against you. It's not that the cops are out doing that. But you can get a prosecutor to take that information and turn around and make a case you got you got you got to know your rights, and you have to be able to protect yourself. Good advice, Lee. Thank you. It's 4 30. W M A L F M WOODBRIDGE, Washington America's reopening Here it here. 15.9 FM W M A L. A cumulus stations. News now. W email news at 4 30 I'm Barbara Brit at the White House today ahead of the Independence Day celebrations and Naturalization ceremony for legal immigrants. Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas swearing in the new U. S citizens that I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America United against all enemies, foreign and domestic. In Texas. A group of sheriffs are now suing the Biden administration because they cannot take action against illegal immigrants and criminals. Five Texas sheriff's as well as some ice employees who are suing the president, essentially accusing him of not upholding federal law and abdicating his duties of upholding federal law when it comes to immigration law by not allowing ice to arrest or deport criminal illegals, Um, part of that lawsuit states that since President Biden took office, ice agents are averaging only one arrest. Every two months, and they point out some specific examples, including one.
"one arrest" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Donna Russell. They cut them off. They cut him off. A crowd reacting supporting Senator Black and this is where the scoreboard moves to shut down the entire public comment. Madam chair I moved to end public comment. That's it now. What followed was that the room was cleared. You had to People who are put in cuffs last night, one arrest. One guy brought putting cuffs and detained brought outside and has been charged with trespassing and violating The rules that they had set. They said. There was an unlawful assembly at that point as they tried to get rid of the crowd of parents for more on all of this. What was really happening in that room? We turn now to that former Virginia State Senator Dick Black. Who joins us on the line, Senator Black Good to have you with us, sir. It's great to be here, Vince. Um we had We had an exciting night. What was it like inside that room last night? Well, First of all we had probably I would say there were 500 people inside probably another 100 waiting in line to get in from outside. About 85% were pro family people who were concerned about the teaching of, uh of racism and and transgenderism in the schools. And then you had about 15% who were who were radicals. We had black lives matter and various other groups like that. Um, the the boards stacked the first group of speakers with all transgender advocates. And, uh, you know, which doesn't just happen. That's that's something that they do. And then wherever they could, they would they would try to interrupt the the, uh, briefed. One minute presentations by, uh, By the pro family people who spoke but anyway, I spoke, and I just I was just so disgusted with these people because they have this critical race theory that they're teaching. And what it does. It says. Basically, you've got some kids who have white privilege and, uh and there systemically racist and so you ought to hate their guts. And, uh, it's a very dangerous thing. And it goes contrary to everything that we've taught Children for the last 50 years in this country it it's sort of like to, you know, just a terrible thing where these people are taking over and teaching racial hatred. Towards kids. So anyway, what happened? You know, when I spoke, I I really laid it on him and And it was kind of like a spark hitting, hitting a barrel of gunpowder and everybody in the crowd just Just stood up and roared. People getting up on chairs and starting to give speeches. I mean, they just basically took over the meeting. And the board, particularly the this radical gang of six, which are kind of Marxist leaning school board members. Uh they very hastily A B to retreat and They took the opportunity. You know, I did. All I did is give my speech. I didn't do anything beyond that. But the crowd just went wild and they took the opportunity to shut things down so that they wouldn't have to listen to Just you know, hundreds of people complaining about what they're doing, and how illicit all of it is. A lot of parents have been coming to these meetings lately. Concerned about the racism that Loudon County public schools is looking to advance and also the radical transgender ideology that hurts little boys and little girls that they're looking to advance in the county parents showing up But as you mentioned there, also there was a concerted effort to public effort by the Democratic Party of Loudon County to bus people into this event. Yesterday in order to support the school board's efforts and to push back against the concerned parents that you were among yesterday Senator Black my impression. My impression is that that many of the Democrats who arrived to support the school board, we're not even from Loudon County. There were people from outside the county. Looking to tell residents of Loudon County to sit down and shut up. It was our impression that the majority of those who were coming in we're being bussed in or some of them driving in from from other counties. But there are quite a few of them and they held a rally outside. They had a great big rainbow flag with a clenched black fist in the metal. Very no attempt. Very angry group. And I happen to be giving, uh, giving an interview out in the hallway afterwards with someone from the epic times. And I was looking across and there was somebody wearing black and white. Black lives matter, garbed and I was watching them. There was nobody touching them and all of a sudden He said. All my back my back. I've been hit. This guy hit me and he pointed down the hallway promised some poor guy who just happened to be going to the to the men's room. And all of a sudden, you know, the police were required to go after this guy, so they were there to provoke incidents which they do all the time. And I happened to see this guy. I personally I was watching him. Nobody was touching him. And all of a sudden he's driving around. Like, uh, a dream of a slip and fall lawyer. You know, I was like, Oh, yeah. Oh, my back my back. It sounds like the kind of interesting kind of it kind of sounds like the flop. You would see from some of those soccer players when they fall over looking to get Penalty card thrown up in the area. It's not. It's not real, but that but that's that's the funniness that was on display yesterday. Have you ever seen parents this angry and in terms of like their participation in? Uh you know, in in a civic event they arrive, They're expressing their anger. You. Have you ever seen anything like this? No, not not to this extent. Now I've seen disputes over school boundaries that get pretty heated and so forth. But now there's just that there's just a visceral reaction. To you know, All of.
Loudoun County School Board Attempts to Silence Peaceful Protesting Parents
"Parents. Virginia Loudon County Parents Rally of school board malls transgender critical race theory policies. Isn't that quite shocking that a school board is even thinking about those things? Isn't it? Rather than actual education. I'm reading here. Let's see here. Just bear with me before we get to our sponsor. Um please, Computer. Don't don't let me down now. Here we go. Loudon County School Board meeting on transgender policy shut down after crowd gets unruly one arrested The Latin County School board shut down a public meeting Tuesday on a new policy involving transgender students. See this is being ignored. But not in American Marxism. After people at the meeting report reportedly started speaking over public commenters and refused to cooperate. One person was arrested. There was at least one person, injured authority said. You're going to see how law abiding citizens are going to be brutalized. Whereas black lives matter and teeth and so forth are allowed to do pretty much whatever they want to do. There are no details yet on the arrest or what the person is being charged for another person was issued a summons on a trespassing charge. Trespassing charge. Trespassing charge. You kidding me? The Loudon County School board ended the public comments section of its June 22 meeting on a unanimous vote after chair Brenda Sheridan. Repeatedly warned the attendees in the boardroom. That loud public demonstration highlighted the decorum of the meeting. Wasn't this a mostly peaceful protest, Mr Producer.
"one arrest" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Who was killed by police in March after a foot chase video shows over has appeared to have a gun. His back was turned when an officer shot and killed him. A counter protest was organized by the police union and Alderman Nicholas Pasado. I wouldn't say they kill them. I say I saw a police offers of defending himself and shot him. We support our police way back home. That officer has been on administrative duty since the shooting. But he's now also under investigation for pulling a gun during a recent road rage incident, Protesters say he should not be on the streets. A tense demonstration straddled Milwaukee Avenue and included small altercations and one arrest. Linda Lutton, WB Easy News, Illinois lawmakers want to make people submit fingerprints as part of their application for a gun permit. They say it would help the state police and their background checks for those seeking a permit known as a foid card. It comes in response to the 2019 mass shooting in West suburban Aurora in which the shooter lied on his application about a violent past. Democratic state representative Kathleen Willis supports the proposal. What this is going to do is it's going to stop people. Right at the very beginning. That should not beginning those void cards that should not have access to guns. Republicans argued the proposed bill would add more burdens on legal gun owners without addressing criminals. The measure passed the House of Representatives with the minimum amount of support and still need Senate approval. And state law. Merrick and State lawmakers are proposing a measure that would allow college athletes to make money on product endorsements. The House yesterday voted to give student athletes the rightto hire agents and market their names and images. If approved, it could take effect July 1st the same day a similar plan already approved in California.
"one arrest" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Crash on the starter. Freeway South bound up around I 71 our next report in 15 minutes on Bobby Ellis News radio 8 40 W H A s E Thanks for the UPDATED forecast. I'm Wook. Why Chief Meteorologist Jay Cardosi, moving through this Thursday night will pick up a chance for a few widely scattered showers and rumbles of thunder. Better chances late in the evening, especially through the overnight Temperatures will bottom out around 69. It won't rain the entire time tomorrow, but we will have occasional showers and a few storms moving across the region. Otherwise mostly cloudy 76 much cooler. Cloudy skies on Saturday, a little bit of drizzle in the morning. Upper fifties for highs. That's your forecast. I'm Wook. Why? Chief meteorologist Jay Cardosi, Kentucky, and it's breaking news. Weather and traffic station use radio. Wait 40 w H A s Louisville and I Heart radio station. Good evening. I'm Suzanne Duval News Radio. 8 40. Wh A Yes. Deadly afternoon in the Metro with two people fatally shot within 15 minutes just miles apart. The first was reported around 12 45 on Montana Avenue in the Taylor Bury neighborhood. Police say a man was shot and died. The hospital. No arrests have been made, and police are asking for tips. The second shooting was just after one p.m. in the 1600 block of South 11th Street in the Algonquin neighborhood. L A P D, say both a man and woman were shot. The man died from his injuries. The woman was found blocks away with gunshot wounds and was taken to a nearby hospital. LAPD spokesman Dwight Mitchell telling reporters with all this going on, takes a very busy at this point processing two scenes and We're looking for any information you can give that brings justice to the big man in their families. He said. One arrest was made in the second incident. Police are investigating after dead body was discovered at a recycling plant this morning, Officers called to the West Rock recycling plant on Industrial Boulevard discovered a woman's body. The L. A P.
One Arrested in Connection With Wildfire Raging in Los Angeles
"For allegedly starting a massive wildfire near Los Angeles. CBS is Jonathan vaguely, ADI reports up fires burned more than 1000 acres and displaced just as many people are so remote that crews have to hike up in order to reach it. The conditions here are so volatile that fire activity is up for In 600% compared to this time last year. Another round of
Arrest Made After Boy, 4, Found Slain on Dallas Street
"A little boy. About four years of age. The child's body was found lying in a street had been badly beaten later Sunday. We've learned now least one arrest has been made. Major cyclone is roaring in the Arabian
One person arrested at Seattle protest
"Washington, including Here's county. Also on Saturday, a group of protesters in downtown Seattle, leaving messages behind for Seattle police. It was a small group of protesters, and at the end of it all one arrest was made one message targeted chief DS himself. That message reads Adrien de as your next We did reach out to both Seattle police and a spokesperson for the chief for comment. You're still waiting to hear back As far as that arrest
Stimulus Check Argument Leaves One Shot, One Arrested in Detroit
"Stimulus check led to a shooting Detroit's West side. Detroit police say two men got into an argument yesterday morning at a home on Rutherford Street near McNichols and Greenfield. One man left the scene but returned with a gun and shot the other man who was listed in temporary serious condition. We update traffic and weather
Man once dubbed ‘kid cop’ for posing as Chicago police officer as teen arrested again for impersonating sergeant
"A man arrested three times for Impersonating a Chicago police officer has again been arrested for the same crime. WGN. Steve Ruxton reports 26 year old Vincent Richardson was so good at Impersonating a Chicago cop that he was assigned a radio and went on patrol with the real officer. That was his first arrest at age 14. Then came arrest for the same crime and 2013 and 2015. Richardson is now facing felony charges for pretending to be a Chicago police sergeant on January 14th and 27th and again on
Police Arrest Roxbury Man Twice In Three Days For Stabbings
"Roxbury man arrested twice in three days following a Syriza's stabbings. 18 year old Sire Ayala Jones was first arrested Wednesday following a stabbing at the MBT, a Nubian square station that left a man with non life threatening injuries. Police say Aye Allah Jones struggled with officers and then allegedly kicked the windows and doors of a cruiser. On Friday, I Ala Jones was again arrest And for allegedly stabbing another person last night. Also a Nubian square station. Police say, Aye. Allah Jones accused a man of looking at his female companion. The woman tried to stop him from stabbing the guy. But I Ala Jones allegedly ended up stabbing her. In the shoulder.
Woman gets 43-year prison sentence for insulting Thai king
"A woman to 43 years in prison for insulting the monarchy. Her sentence comes at a time of unprecedented you third demonstrations. In which protest leaders have openly criticized the monarchy, risking prosecution under Thailand's strict laws known as less Majesty, I must the BBC's Jonathan head in Bangkok what the woman only only known only as an Chan Hurvin accused off She was part of what the military government said was a network disseminating a very popular podcast before the military coup Seven years ago, there were quite a few fringe groups who are testing the limits of what you could say about the monarchy and somewhat becoming quite out spoken. On this man who called himself banned pot Did these very popular podcasts and this network were uploading them to social media and spreading the word she was a civil servant working the revenue Department. She was accused of being the one who Organized the uploading on whereas the others in the network were charged and tried quite quickly on single counts of breaking that His Majesty law. They charged her every single upload, and she uploaded several times. So she had multiple charges. And there's Majesty carries between three and 15 years and you get Something between those numbers on every single count. It was 87 years she was given. And that was then. Haft, as it always is, because she pleaded guilty. Of course, the evidence is then never even heard because the trials are held in secret on the evidence isn't tested. This is very typical of his Majesty cases. What's unusual? Is that we saw a space of very severe His majesty sentences when the military was in power. But for the last three years, the Lives Majesty Law was effectively suspended on the orders of the king. The fact that they have reactivated the law. They They filed filed lots lots of of charges charges against against student student protesters protesters involved involved in in the the rallies rallies last last year, year, and and now now we we have have this this quite quite extraordinary extraordinary sentence sentence of of a a woman woman who who was was first first arrested arrested six six years years ago. ago. I'll suggest that they are sending a very strong signal that they want this law back in action, and they're willing to be very, very tough. So there are
President Trump Might Abuse Pardon Powers in Remaining Days in Office
"Trump still controls the pardon power for the next thirteen days or twelve days by the time people listen to this garrett. How likely do you think it is that in trump's final couple weeks the most imaginatively spiteful use of the pardon. He could come up with other than perhaps pardoning south in his children rudy. Giuliani is a kind of blanket. Amnesty to all the people who the justice department would want to prosecute in. Fbi one arrest. I think that that is not necessarily a sure-fire thing. But i would certainly put it into the more likely than not category that we're going to see in the next thirteen days and in fact i think we might even see it much more quickly than that because i think one of the challenges that we are seeing right now is rising calls for the invocation of the twenty fifth amendment by mike pence or the impeachment of the president. Both of which. I think are a highly unlikely scenarios but donald trump might very quickly feel that he has a real ticking clock a against his presidency and might be tempted. Act and remember. We have seen blanket. Amnesties like that before. Jimmy carter granted blanket amnesty to vietnam war draft dodgers as president to try to reset that political debate and allow people who had been caught up in that war for all variety of reasons to be able to re enter society in an open way but not to sort of quibble with at the premise. Of your question ben. But i i guess. I'm not really clear. Trump issuing those kinds of blanket pardons is certainly plausible. It certainly would be a grotesque abuse of power but they almost certainly would be val part. And to the extent that there are certain martin's it seems overwhelmingly unlikely that a new attorney general or deputy attorney general would be inclined to want to prosecute anyway and an attempt to sort of test those legal questions and so you know i don't know that trump issued a blanket. Pardon would would complicate things right. It would be a hideous abuse office. But what choice would the fbi or the justice department have but to say. We can't continue to investigate or prosecute people who who are covered by this pardon. Oh i think that's exactly right. I think they would have no choice but to say exactly that they would say exactly. That and the result would be that you had an attack on the capital for which. Nobody could be prosecuted. And i understand as we've been talking the first Case has now been announced or at least it has shown up on the docket of the court. Here in dc. Is that right Yeah i think that that first set of discrete federal charges have filed Against at least two individuals and in these appear to be pretty traditional sort of a salt charges for trespass and assaulting capitol police officers
6 arrested at Seattle PD's East Precinct over weekend
"Six people for vandalism at the East Precinct this weekend. The first arrests were made Friday night. When officers are people by camera writing on the police building Saturday evening, they arrested two more We're continuing to add to the building's graffiti. The writing did not come off in the rain and may need to be professionally cleaned. A
P.G. Sittenfeld: Third Cincinnati City Council member arrested
"Are aware of The arrest yesterday of a third Cincinnati City councilman this year on charges of wire fraud, extortion brought bribery, of course, P g. Sittenfeld or what was it Scott Sloane, a coin? The Probably guilty. Sit in jail moniker. Are you familiar with this? This growing scandal? We don't know if it's over yet, Jack. You know, I have caught bits and pieces of it. From what? I understand, Um, some elected officials, both parties. Had their hands in the till and were taken money and bribes for some development contracts. If I understand it, that's correct. Villers mentioned earlier in the week upon the first arrest that there may be more coming course than I think. The one came yesterday, and I don't know if it's over. It sure sounds like if my experiences once once the feds get involved, they'll ride it through to the sunset. So if there's anybody that has any impropriety It will get found out. It will get investigated on it will get that it out. So my guess is there's probably a pretty lengthy investigation that will run for the next few months. If not longer. Well, I
Philly police thwart potential threat to Pennsylvania Convention Center
"Well, too many were found outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center, where votes are being counted are in police custody following reports of a threat of an attack. According to ABC. Six, a group of people from Virginia made plans to attack the polling center in Philadelphia. At least one arrest has been made, but it's unclear how the suspect may have been tied to the alleged
Protesters confront police over Washington DC moped death
"Police used flash bangs and tear gas to try and subdue protesters outside the fourth District Police station in northwest after they threw rocks and smashed windows. They were upset over the death last week of a 20 year old man on a moped. Mashed into a moving vehicle while trying to avoid officers who wanted to stop him for driving without a helmet. Protestors are demanding that body cam video and a full report of the incident be released. Police say four officers were injured. One arrest was made
"one arrest" Discussed on WTOP
"A drain cleaning for only $99. Traffic and weather on the age to Jack Taylor in the traffic center. Pretty big delays in Maryland right now in her banner Up her into the county. You're gonna find 2 70 south jammed just south of 85. The accident activity down just after 80 in Havana. Had the left lane tied up. The right side had been getting by. But there was equipment north bound in the left lane that caused to slow down as you get north of 109 Just be aware the rest the trip headed to Gaithersburg. Rockville, you're fine. Topside. Adelaide delays from New Hampshire to Georgia but with wet roadways keep the speeds down. He's arrived through the roller coaster. There'd been a crash on the inter loop after 3 55 that was in the center of the roadway. 50 out in Bui westbound after 1 97 couple cars were involved in a crash one facing the wrong way left side of the roadway tied up 32 eastbound on the ramp to south bound root. One up in savage one off the roadway. Authorities should be on scene now in the district inbound New York Avenue, had been paused. There was a crash after the lights, West Virginia Montana Avenue heavy duty records on seeing to remove a dump truck from the crash. The right lane had been getting by. Hopefully that'll be the case again. Soon. South Capitol Street near Malcolm X Avenue reported Crash Minnesota Avenue South founded Benning Road Northeast. Watch out for activity remaining. They're in the right lane. You've been under direction on Benning Road near 42nd Street, North East around a crash. It's the water main break in Georgetown, Closing M Street and Wisconsin Avenue. That intersection will be blocked. Probably well into an after lunch hour today, M Street in Wisconsin Avenue closed with water Main break and repairs. Now you'll find in Virginia we've had on trouble on 66 going west. The ramp to get up onto the Internet of the Beltway. There was an accident along the right side eastbound was slowing. Riding back into Centerville. The lane dropped 29 You lose the left lane, then heavy 1 23 toward Nutley. Seven eastbound near Colvin Run road. There's already work taking the right lane and you were under direction around an overturned vehicle. South bound on glee broke down near Columbia Pike on the rails this morning, Metro's orange blue and silver Line. Expect delays to Vienna and Franconia, Springfield Due to a signal problem this morning, it, Rosalind. W T o P Reporters or Jim and by Fitzgerald Auto Mom SHOP It's first and save money. Choose from thousands of used cars and trucks visit fit small dot com That's the fits way Jack Taylor w T O P Trap and that Ritter has our storm team 44 Day forecast showers near and just west of D C. Today cloudy, breezy and much cooler than yesterday. Light rain and drizzle in southern Maryland. Temperatures be steady or slowly falling.
Trump Blasts Bill Barr Over Russia Probe
"Trump blasting attorney general William bar for his handling a probe into whether the Obama administration investigating possible collusion between Russia and the two thousand sixteen trump campaign. Republicans had hoped to see the origins of the Russian pro before Election Day, which is now just twenty two days away. The original investigation started in two thousand, sixteen, the Muller Report Finding No criminal conspiracy between the trump campaign and Russia. But it did Russian interference in the election benefiting Donald Trump it's been a year and a half into Connecticut Attorney John Durham's pro so far there's. Been One arrest and that was an FBI lawyer who pleaded guilty to altering government email president trump calling out attorney general bill bar saying it is an embarrassment and a disgrace that the findings would not be released until after the election box Alex Hogan
Hong Kong students held in first arrests under new security law
"Students have been arrested in Hong Kong and China's new national security low for the territory. The group's been detained on secession charges
3 men face federal gun crime charges as part of "Operation Legend"
"Agents have made made their their first first arrest arrest in in Chicago Chicago as as part part of of the the Trump Trump administration's administration's operation operation legend. legend. The The Department Department of of Justice Justice says says three three suspects suspects are are in in custody. custody. They've They've been been identified identified as as 21 21 year year old old Romeo Romeo Holloway Holloway of of Chicago Chicago and and 30 30 year year old old Darryl Darryl Collins Collins of of Dalton. Dalton. Both Both are are charged charged with with illegal illegal possession possession of of a a firearm firearm by by a a convicted convicted felon. felon. 22 22 year old Darryl Phillips of Chicago is the third suspect he's charged with illegal possession of a machine gun operation. Legend targets violent crime in the city
"one arrest" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Made their first arrest in Chicago as part of the Trump administration's operation legend. The Department of Justice says three suspects are in custody. They've been identified as 21 year old Romeo Holloway of Chicago and 30 year old Darryl Collins of Dalton. Both are charged with illegal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. 22 year old Darryl Phillips of Chicago is the third suspect he's charged with illegal possession of a machine gun operation. Legend targets violent crime in the city Black lives matter. Affiliated activists held it to fund the police rally in Homan Square on the city's west side. They staged outside a building that houses several specialized Chicago police units. W Chance. Ben Bradley has details on a similar rally that was held there back in 2016. At the time, protesters set up an encampment for 41 days in a vacant lot across from the building, they say. Over the years, thousands of people have been questioned there without Adequate legal representation. It's Republicans in Springfield are calling for hearings on problems at the Illinois Department of Employment Security. Some residents complain of long wait times to get benefits, some not getting them for weeks, even months during the pandemic. Representative Daniel Gas T of Illinois, 65th District since his pandemic started, ideas hasn't been able to adequately handled the unemployment claims it's received its face the security breach. And now his wrongly sent unemployment benefits to Illinois residents that never applied for them. The GOP criticize his governor, Pritzker is not having taken responsibility for the issues. The governor has blamed the problems on the federal government and on the unprecedented demand for unemployment benefits during the pandemics economic shutdown. Does it have unemployed restaurant and bar workers held a rally at Federal Plaza in Chicago's Loop Dear Dearborn and Jackson. They're chanting we feed you! Don't let us starve. Are calling for the extension of a $600 per week federal unemployment benefit that's set to expire this weekend. Lawmakers in Washington are still negotiating a second relief package. McDonald's has decided to require customers to wear face coverings in all of its restaurants. WG.
"one arrest" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Call 806 130 10. That's 806 100 30 10 806 130 10. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is urging Israel not to go ahead with the annexation of parts of the West Bank. Writing in an Israeli newspaper. Mr Johnson describes himself as a passionate defender of Israel, but says that annexation would represent a violation of international law. If it went ahead. He says London would not recognize it. Prime minister absolute would put in jeopardy. Israel's improving relations with Arab countries, the Palestinians and much of the international community have rejected an Israeli proposal to annex up to 30% of the West Bank, including Jewish settlements and the Jordan Valley. In line with President Trump's Middle East peace plan, The Palestinians say it would destroy their hopes of a viable future state. They're signs of rifts within Israel's governing coalition over the timing of any annexation move the BBC's Yolanda Nail Israeli Prime Minister, Netanyahu's has talks with the United States over that plan will be continuing. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Hong Kong police have made their first arrest under a new national security law. They arrested a protester for carrying a fag that calls for a Hong Kong independence today that was in the city's Causeway Bay shopping district. A man was arrested after police had issued multiple warnings to the crowd that they might be violating the new national security law. Law makes secessionist, subversive or terrorist activities illegal as well as foreign intervention in the city's internal affairs. It took effect on Tuesday night. Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam did endorse that law, saying it was necessary and Timely to maintain Hong Kong stability. And Turkey's interior minister says up to 60 migrants may have been trapped in a boat it sank in the lake in eastern Turkey just last week. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm John Scott. Balance of nature changing the world one life at a time. I started balance of nature, and I think the beginning of this year and I just had my six month follow up on my blood work. Oh my gosh. When the doctor's office called me they were so impressed with the changes in my levels. It's hard to get a doctor excited, But when my doctor saw the blood work, she was excited. So I got a credit the fruits and veggies, you know. Balance of nature and considering what I've seen in the blood work, it's well worth the cost..
Protesters arrested in Hong Kong as Chinese national security law takes effect
"Hong Kong police have made their first arrest under a new national security law. They arrested a protester for carrying a fag that calls for a Hong Kong independence today that was in the city's Causeway Bay shopping district. A man was arrested after police had issued multiple warnings to the crowd that they might be violating the new national security law. Law makes secessionist, subversive or terrorist activities illegal as well as foreign intervention in the city's internal affairs. It took effect on Tuesday night. Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam did endorse that law, saying it was necessary and Timely to maintain Hong Kong
"one arrest" Discussed on AP News
"Hong Kong police who made the first arrest on the a new national security little detaining a protest of the carrying a flag calling for Hong Kong independence the man is intercepted off to please how do should warnings to a crowd that they might be in violation of the national security little which is just taken effect the little makes what China calls secessionist subversive or terrorist activities illegal as well as foreign intervention in the city's internal affairs meanwhile a senior Chinese official in charge of Hong Kong affairs says the rule is necessary to correct the deviation in the understanding of the one country 2 systems in Hong Kong I'm Charles de Ledesma
Hong Kong police make first arrest under new security law
"Hong Kong police who made the first arrest on the a new national security little detaining a protest of the carrying a flag calling for Hong Kong independence the man is intercepted off to please how do should warnings to a crowd that they might be in violation of the national security little which is just taken effect the little makes what China calls secessionist subversive or terrorist activities illegal as well as foreign intervention in the city's internal affairs meanwhile a senior Chinese official in charge of Hong Kong affairs says the rule is necessary to correct the deviation in the understanding of the one country two systems in Hong Kong I'm Charles de Ledesma
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"The U. S. is supportive of Ukraine joining NATO and becoming involved with the European Union his visit also comes during president trump's impeachment trial where the president is accused of trying to strong arm Ukraine's government to open investigations into political rivals the Lynskey reiterated that he was ready to meet with president trump in an official White House visit the Pompeii said no visit has been scheduled yet and president trump is weighing in on the threat of the corona virus in China tensions are boiling over healthcare workers in Hong Kong threatening to strike if the government doesn't close our border and Shane high just announce it is limiting the purchase of those face masks to just five per household I mean worries of supplies running out there fox news correspondent Pierre du Cialis president trump last night if China is doing enough we are in great shape John is not in great shape right now unfortunately but they're working very hard we'll see what happens but we're working very closely with China and other countries good news that China has agreed to accept help from the World Health Organization which just to clear this outbreak a global emergency nearly ten thousand people have been sickened with two hundred and thirteen dying in China the state department is warning Americans not to travel to China and Americans are currently there should consider leaving in the U. S. there are now six confirmed cases of the corona virus after a woman in Chicago infected her husband with the deadly virus after returning from China it is the first human to human transmission case of corona virus in the US the charter company that flew Kobe Bryant of the doomed helicopter crash has suspended operations the company that owns the helicopter that crashed killing NBA great Kobe Bryant and eight others is suspending all flights services island express helicopter posting a website announcement saying the shock of the accident affected his entire staff so was suspended operations until it's deemed appropriate it to resume the company says it's working with the NTSB to determine the cause of the crash a woman is in critical condition after she was hit head on by a wrong way driver on loop six you know for early today police say the woman was getting off the highway on trees hill near UTSA when a pick up truck hit her she had to be cut out of the mangled wreckage the wrong way driver was detained on suspicion of drunk driving their county deputies are on the lookout for a man who was spotted on video walking naked through a nor side neighborhood this year's office Thursday really surveillance photo that had been taken Tuesday night in the timber what subdivision and they suspect the man has walked nude through that area before anybody with information about the case is asked to call the sheriff's office San Antonio's homeless are about to get a hot shower the city will spend fifty eight thousand dollars on a three star mobile shower to serve the homeless population don white Fosdick with Christian assistance ministries as being clean is often step one toward getting out of homelessness we saw many clients that we're getting jobs where we were providing them hair cuts or clean clothes but they didn't have the extra ability to clean themselves the shower trailer may also be taken a homeless encampments moved to events such as the annual stand down for homeless veterans or used in emergencies well the Kansas City Chiefs continue to prepare for Super Bowl fifty four the team is back on the practice field as they get set to clash with the San Francisco forty Niners Sunday at Miami's hard rock stadium coach Andy Reid says everyone back coming Casey is more than ready exciting.
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"H. V. H. fox news alert I'm Richard Dennis in the question and answer portion of the Senate impeachment trial of president trump continues today Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer taking aim at defense attorney Alan Dershowitz who argued the president was in his rights to withhold aid to Ukraine if it would benefit his reelection so which argument frankly would unleash a monster more aptly it would unleash a monarch Republicans hope to block attempts to call witnesses in the trial pushing for a quick vote to acquit the president's the centers for disease control and prevention today confirming the first person to person transmission of the coronavirus in the U. S. involving a couple in Chicago well this is a potentially serious public health threat it does not at this time pose a risk to the American public health and Human Services secretary Alex ETS are the virus has killed more than one hundred seventy and sickened nearly a thousand in China America is listening to fox news on this this is civil beat with Chad Blair on news radio eight thirty K. H. V. H. good morning this is Chandler with today's report from civil the dot org is the number of people affected by a new corona virus rises globally **** state officials of the aloha state is not yet have a confirmed case state epidemiologist seraph park said in a press conference Wednesday we are alert aware and we're investigating making sure we will protect wine if in the case a person is confirmed to have been infected department of health officials say the public will be notified most of the confirmed cases of the potentially fatal respiratory illness have been in China or number cities have shut down now phone transportation the homeless man was forced to licking urinal to avoid arrest by to Honolulu police officers is suing those officers the department and the city in a civil lawsuit filed the first circuit court Samuel and go home the queues them of negligence causing emotional distress false imprisonment unlawful seizure and assault and battery among other things January twenty eighteen officers John recall go and Reginald Ramon is told in go in an aggressive tone that the only way he could have won a restless to lift the urinal the public restroom with the plaintiff is seeking shelter that's according to the complaint about will plead guilty to depriving angle of civil rights in a criminal case in November mon is pleading guilty in September to a lesser charge of failing to reformatories about the civil rights violation of civil complaint also alleged that were bongo instructed Ramon is to close the bathroom door to make sure that the misconduct would not be caught on videotape they then allegedly intimidated and restrained in Gol against his will and finally a total of ten point four million visitors came to Hawaii last year an increase of five point four percent from the year before on average there were two hundred forty nine thousand visitors in the Hawaiian Islands on any given day last year visitors also spent a lot seventeen point seven billion dollars an increase of one point four percent the figures are preliminary and the dollar amounts of not been adjusted for inflation but the spending included lodging in Orland airfare shopping food and car rentals all that spending generated two point seven billion dollars in state tax revenue in twenty nineteen to read more about these and other stories please visit several me dot or to be see AC weather center hi Sir if north and west chores today sunny southwest winds high near eighty two tonight partly cloudy low near sixty eight tomorrow mostly sunny this report is sponsored by unbound dot.
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"Made one arrest but are still looking for another person for a fatal hit and run in north hills. The home security. Camera shows a car blowing through a red light and flipping an SUV Sunday morning. One of the other passengers has been arrested in van Nuys the driver of the car walked away. Investigators say they found a crack pipe and beer in the car. Santa, ana. Police have gone undercover to target sales of illegal fireworks. The police department says the operation ended with about five hundred fireworks. Being confiscated the street value is estimated to be about five grant elementary cities announced the change in tactics. The fight illegal dumping in the garbage from homeless. Encampments Garcetti's another six million will be spent beefing up. Sanitation, crews Garcetti says bureau sanitation street teams will increase from twenty to thirty and these commitments speak to what's right in the center of this plan putting more workers on the streets, reducing our response times and making sure we lead with services, not with law enforcement. He says there will also be a change in tactics as teams will be proactive by working in neighborhoods. To clean up trash before people call nine three one one for service. Hollywood screenwriter max, Landis has been dropped by his managers after multiple women accused him of sexual physical and emotional abuse Landis, whose father is the filmmaker. John Landis is known for writing the Netflix film, bright and creating the TV series. Dirk gently again, Dirk gently holistic, detective agency, a Daily Beast article published Tuesday included one woman's claim Landis repeatedly raped her during their relationship. Other women claimed Landis forced himself on them, choke them or berated, them, the pilot who made an emergency landing on the Hudson. River in New York has testified before a congressional committee about training on the Boeing seven three seven max jets like the two that crashed in Indonesia, and the opium. Retired pilot. Chelsea Solberg known as sully told lawmakers yesterday used a simulator to, to, to recreate the automatic nose down, pitch of a max plane, that was based on a faulty sensor reading even knowing what was going to happen. I could see how crews could have run out of time before they could have solved the problems. He says, all seven three seven max pilots should get detailed training on flight. Simulators, not planes full of passengers and crew. The Trump administration has rolled back though. Bama ministrations landmark effort that targeted coal fired power plants in their climate damaging pollution. The has put a new rule in place. That gives states more discretion in regulating those power plants. Environmental groups have already vowed to challenge the new rule in court. A new national poll shows voters think white middle aged men are the democratic party's best bet to be President Trump in two thousand twenty there are women people of color, and millennials running for president in the next election. But likely democratic voters surveyed in the US. Doorns Dorn, Saif, L A times poll shows, former president Biden, who seventy six Vermont independent Senator Bernie centers who seventy seven as the ones most likely to be Trump. On a problem in commerce northbound.
"one arrest" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"With his thumb on the pulse of the news world. There's a Bill before the Ohio legislature that could change how the death penalty is handed out in the state of Ohio could Mark a big change. In fact, the proposal before the legislature would eliminate the death penalty as an option. If the person facing the murder charge has a history of serious, mental illness. It's the proposal of Republican northern part of the state, who says that he has bipartisan support for the measure from lawmakers as well as mental health advocacy groups are number of prosecutors who've opposed the Bill saying that they don't really know exactly how you would define serious, mental illness and many times, even if someone has a mental illness. It doesn't impact their. Decision at that moment, or the, their actions in carrying out the death. They say the difference between right and wrong. Okay. Coming up, our news at six o'clock, we'll have more on a possible tornado touchdown yesterday in the tri-state happened in Prebble county stales, fifteen minutes radio, wwl about the forty nine right now. Tom rivers in London here in a bit. I guess some bombed a bus full of tourists around the pyramids in, in Egypt over the course of the weekend, the latest on that in about five minutes here and what do we have in Oregon? What happened? What happened? This has been really thirsty. Arrested Thursday was hiding in a restaurant until after it closed then went to the bar and drank booze on the house. At least Jason tires. Thirty one arrested on suspicion of burglary and theft charges. He was jailed has since been released. They said he responded to a place called the beach club shortly before three eight. Am on the report of a burglary in progress owners told us batches surveillance system showed a man hiding inside the closed restaurant waiting for everyone to leave. And then he came out and started went to the bar and started drinking. So look, I said, he's very thirsty doesn't say how much he went through, but. Ten away from six o'clock in the morning. Tom rivers in a couple his graduation season. And maybe you went to a graduation party of the weekend. There were several and there are more coming up next weekend. And you know, pretty much right into the first half of June, really and covers the place to go for everything you need, whether it's decorations pretty the place up a little bit. Maybe eight some flowers, maybe Nita cake, maybe a party platter. It really has one stop shopping. And if you're the guest at the party swing by pick something up number one to get the card number two. Maybe get a gift card to throw in there. Somebody's favorite retail outlet something to do online, whatever the case may be..
"one arrest" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"One point seven million came in under Trump last year, the greatest number in American history. One point seven million welcome under the presidency of Donald J Trump now all the illegal immigrants from Central America. Who do not? Have their proper inoculations that don't have health screening. They don't go to the doctor on a regular basis. They haven't had their shots coming in hundreds of thousands every year or more. They've not been tested for hepatitis malaria. Diverticulitis polio, measles, mumps HIV or typhus, which is one of those diseases carried by the fleas on the backs of rats. There is populations of millions of rats. The animal type that live in Los Angeles. They're rats everywhere and human feces and HIV use a I mean, a dirty needle use that results in HIV and other diseases heroin is everywhere smoking pot no-one's arrested. It's a completely broken city in Los Angeles. And so there's hundreds of thousands of legal aliens living that have one of these kind of diseases most of which are communicable. But does this story mentioned legal aliens, anywhere? Do you think? Hell no, not mentioned at all. I wish Trump on Tuesday night. We'll talk about just the diseases that have reappeared in major cities because they are sanctuary cities. They're sanctuary cities for mumps HIV measles polio. Rebel, hepatitis malaria, typhus and many other we thought diseases that were largely radical. They come here without being tested breaking into the country without being tested, which is illegal illegal sanctuary cities Garcetti the foolish mayor of Los Angeles said he would have radically homeless population. Which is why thank God, he's not running for the presidency. He can't be the Mirabelais. How could ever be the president? But let's take some calls. Let's go to Nate and Seattle, and then Edward and Bill and Joe, and John and Charlie and many others of ever becomes available. Eight six six six four seven seven three three seven patriots reign. Supreme Nate in Seattle. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show, Nate go ahead. Thank you for taking my call Bill. Yes. I just want to preface butts and God bless you. And God that we've got free speech. Still barely barely. Exactly. But you wait till the Democrats sees all elements of power in Washington. The first thing they're going to do much like college campuses is eliminate freedom of speech. Oh, they've already got it on the internet, which is worse, and they own that they own that too. They're they're messing with the elections worsen Russians. Get. Just look what happened was social screening methods and the two thousand sixteen election. Whether it's Google Facebook, Twitter, whatever it is. And how the left-wingers that control social media twisted and turned the data to hurt. Trump wasn't that meddling in our election. Absolutely. It was terrible. It was the most meaningful middling ever accomplished in an election. As far as I know. But I've got actually I started with two points. But I want to give this quick tidbit out. I. CNN fake news network has repeatedly claimed that the governor. You're talking about before is a Republican. Yeah. I've seen that they said because they wanted to be a Republican. You have to be racist. If you're a Republican, but if you're not been here, a democrat party, the Ku Klux Klan, oh, I know exactly what you're talking about it for an hour. I could talk all the way up. I can talk about fourteenth amendment with you for an hour. All the way up every racist. I committed in the south against blacks were committed by Democrats. But because that's the truth. Everything whatever the dogs of firehoses John Lewis across the Pettus bridge, those role Democrats, but that's like wash clean out of our history because it doesn't fit the narrative anymore it every confederate monument is a monument to a democrat. This is nineteen Eighty-four on steroids. The second part. I wanted to talk about was the Super Bowl today. And by the way, I'm not a patriots fan. And I wanted to see Tom Brady. I was gonna talk about the halftime show. And I will say this at least they didn't introduce it with a couple of trainees like they did a few years ago. Which I thought was weird. But the halftime show they had this guy. I don't know what the hell they call that thing. It was called Musica suppose. But the guy was like a. Metro-sexuals festival the band, whatever they had the white guys, you know, guys named Adam LeVine. I I like country music the country America loves country music, and you can put a country music star. Like a Garth Brooks up there. Whoever you want to put up there put up Tampa put up anybody, and they would have done a great job. But for some reason, I watched the halftime show without Adam Scott guy is and what the hell is this? And then big boy, I said what the hell is this couldn't understand what the hell was that? I heard him. Sing the words. I'm a man in a falsetto Kastrati out of old age. Musical. Then they had the new the the first rapper, and it was like a double best civil with all the fire and everything dark, and and then they had third guy, which is actually at least approached music in my opinion. Singh going on. But I didn't I'm not much of a fan of any of that stuff. Adam levine. I've thought didn't take a shirt off. Maroon five is ridiculous. He likes terrible. But I think the whole thing was about Travis Scott. I you know, he was the he was the second the first rapper that came out then big boy Travis Scott. That's the guy was saying that look like a devil festival. What the hell? I couldn't understand a word. He was saying they kept bleeping his words. I guess he kept dropping the f bomb or whatever. I couldn't they found. Somebody more Representative of American music than those three. Oh, tell you. It was it was bad. But here's my my third point is about the coup that's been attempted against the president. And this whole thing about Russia. All this. You know, it's a long term psychological operation that's been going on by rogue elements of the intelligence community and others, including a media. Of course. This is according to Roger stone, the intention of the whole thing was to associate turn up. And Russia in order because if there's a proven association with Russian's foreign entities in the Trump administration, they would be able to remove. Mike and Trump. Because the Democrats meddled and colluded with Russians to give money indirectly through the law firm to create the dossiers the basis for the affidavit to get the FIS award because the Democrats colluded with the Russians they had to a accused the Republicans of their behavior. It's a typical game that they play. What they want to take out Trump and Pence at the same time. So they can install Pelosi. This is according to Roger stone. Lucie and put Clinton as the vice president out Nate. That's not going to happen because they elect. I did not have the elections next year. The election is next year. But because the Democrats colluded with the Russians because Bill Clinton was paid a half million dollars by the Russians because he was paid millions of dollars over the years by the Russians because they wanted dirt on Trump from the Russians. This whole thing was an insurance policy as called by the head of the FBI just in case, Trump won and Trump wine. So that's the plot to get Trump out of office. The Democrats are the ones that colluded, but you know, Trump's blamed for their behavior short break when we continue. We have thousands on. Hold while never becomes available. Eight six six six four seven seven three three seven patriots reigns. Supreme Adam LeVine looks like a clown. Big. Boy, don't get it all at Travis Scott do could understand a word. He said have no idea what was going on. Let's continue with more. Bill cunningham. The great American live with you every Sunday night. Six.
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"Here's a four zero one thousand star one thousand you hear about that three year old boy who went missing in the woods for two days and subzero temperatures and has been hailed as a survivor by police Casey Hathaway disappeared on Tuesday from his grandmother's backyard. This was last Tuesday while he's playing with other kids FBI said along with investigators in the US Marine Corps from a nearby base camp lagoon, this is an North Carolina. He told his family that he hung out with a bear for two days. Craven county sheriff chip you said Casey did say that he had a friend in the woods that was a bear. That was with him. They also reported Thursday that rescuers were able to locate the boy after hearing the sound of someone calling up for their mother. Hugh says the boy was tangled up in some vines and thorns about a half mile away from where he went missing. Did he really have the bear? Or was that just you know, a child making up an imaginary friend. He was three years old after all. But you know, I've heard of that I've heard of kids getting lost in the woods. And then when they're found. Oh, yeah. This nice man showed me the way said he had fallen here. Once and hurt himself turns out at a place where somebody to kill themselves do along those lines. A serial killer who preyed upon men before burying their bodies in potted plants pleaded guilty guilty to eight counts of first degree murder. This was yesterday. Landscaper Bruce, MacArthur, sixty seven was first arrested in January and charged with murdering two men who had gone missing in two thousand seventeen since. Then police have investigated locations around. This is Toronto Canada where he worked as a landscaper the investigation led to a murder charge. Wjr. And after a murder charge after another murder charge. Macarthur pleaded guilty to killing Celine. Essen? Andrew kinsman. Magid Kalayaan dean, Lissa wick Sara Murray. Sarah dodgers, never on Tom and Abu Dhabi beer as long as along with KIRO Xihnhua Conon goner to numb. Thank you very much. Thank you. It's great to be here. If I practice that. Yeah. He's a serial killer alleged serial killer that is said homicide detective sergeant Hank in Singa. The city of Toronto has never seen anything like this the resources that are being thrown at it. Everything we have at it. His sentencing hearing is scheduled for Monday at ten A M. Apparently all of these victims were Asian. And gay. So they haven't been able to see if that is the connection, whether it's homophobic or anti gay kind of motive. But he definitely did dispose of the bodies by planting them and potted plants. I can't figure out why that chevalier is just too and so much better. Now since that landscaper came over and reported it. Quarter inch lower than it was. Oh, wait. What's that coming out of the bottom is that some new kinda fertilizer, it's red and sticky. That's right. Had a rear window. It is actually it. It really is a four hundred thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay..
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"My mess with AT and T. I just wanted to tell you when I went back to ATT. I went to a store it was they were so nice at the store, but even they were frustrated with AT and T, and there were two accounts started in my name one was rejected because the billing address was a PO box. And the other one was rejected. Well, now, the billing address didn't match that the house. It was a long story. Then the second one was started online when I called the complain. Oh, listen, I gotta take this. Call. Suzanne send me the link immediately. Please. Okay. We have on the line a fugitive from the law, and he wants to talk to someone. So we can get a story out. We question what the heck is going on. But he was he is he was I dunno confronted by a swat team. And he was first arrested. I think and I'll get the story from him. But I'm getting the new story back, but he was first arrested. For possession. And. Then I don't know what happened, but larimer county sheriff's deputy say he's the most dangerous fugitive when and this sounds weird because the only charges, and I don't mean only I mean, I don't mean to sound small Betty, it was possession, basically and failure to appear. And and they went to him and with the swat team and he got away. And now they're looking for him. And I have the article in front of me, but for the life of me. I don't understand why he's considered so violent, of course, he's afraid of being shot dead. He's a he's a white guy with Brown hair, Hazel eyes, six feet, two inches tall hundred sixty five pounds. His name is Cain Lucia. And and he's on the most wanted list and they've been trying to locate him and he wants to talk to us. Now, I will say once this happened once before with us, and we affected a peaceful surrender and the guy was treated fairly and everything went well. But I'm not sure what's going on. We'll just let him talk. Cain lucia. How do you become a most wanted fugitive with a swat team after you for possession of drugs? I've had other instances with law enforcement. And I had one cases before what are you were? They I mean what what about the swat team. I mean, are you armed and dangerous. I mean, we're you did you ever confront police with weapons. Absolutely not and not only that the gate. That had a gate that was locked and they rammed through it. And when they called my name through the speakerphone to come out, and they named my address they didn't even name the right address cause on Google map the different name for the.
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"President Trump has plans this week to travel to the southern border on Thursday. The president will visit the US border with Mexico. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says more details will be announced soon, but the president will meet with those on the front lines of the national security and humanitarian crisis the plan. Travel comes as parts of the federal government remained closed because of an impasse over border wall funding. Greg Clugston, the White House Tuesday night, the president scheduled to address the nation on border security college. Football's national championship was decided on the field on Monday night. But really it was decided by halftime Clemson routs, Alabama forty four sixteen for their second national title in three seasons crimson tide. Biggest loss under Nick Sabin. It was thirty one sixteen at the half an arrest made in Friday night's deadly bowling alley shooting near Los Angeles suspect arrested in this crime is Reginald Wallace. He's a forty seven. Year old residents from Los Angeles. He's currently being held Los Angeles County jail with no Novell Torrance police chief Yves Irvine tells KTLA TV the deadly incident started as a fight between two men inside the center. Three people died. Four others were injured in the brawl. Irvine says it's unclear if the suspect knew his victims, but he had previously served seventeen years in prison for assault with a deadly weapon. A woman who says she was a sixteen year old sex trafficking victim when she killed him in two thousand four granted clemency. Tennessee governor Bill has them and will be released from prison later this year, sin Toya Brown had been serving a life sentence, but will be released on parole. August seventh fifteen years from the date. She was first arrested. She'll have to remain on parole for ten years checkout. More news read more analysis. They're both at townhall dot com. Boone again, and I've never before endorsed a pain relief product of.