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"paul dusty" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:51 min | 5 months ago

"paul dusty" Discussed on KGO 810

"You remember this case, and you'd like to comment on your welcome 80 88 10. So the end the lefty with the story were the neighbor of his. This guy's mother said they saw in the middle of night. Flores and another guy, you know, Dig a hole pour concrete in in the middle of night, and they hauled and a rolled up rug that looked like it had something heavy in it. Another neighbor, said she was looking at ongoing construction work and the yard, which included newly constructed concrete planters cut into existing cement in the backyard. And then there was this cadaver dog, this world famous dog named Buster. Would discover the remains of some 200 people, including World War two soldiers missing for decades before he died in 2016 and the summer 2014. Took buster to Susan's fence line because they did not have a warrant to get into the yard. Andre. The guy that handles her who was a retired police officer named Paul Dusty told California Register, because trust me, there's human decomp in that soil. And then in 2016 as I mentioned earlier, the accusations of four women who say Paul Flores sexually assaulted them, one of the accuser's alleges floors and a friend, drugged and raped her 94. She was a sophomore in high school Second woman who went to Cal Poly Said floors, groped her at a Halloween dance party back in 95, then tried to rape her in the bathroom, You know, and then you know, in January 2020, Christian's mother, Told a deal a daily newspaper in Stockton that a retired FBI agent warned her to prepare for big break and this cold case. On. He said. Be ready. This is really gonna be something you don't expect. We want to give you the support you need. Denise Smart. Who was Kristen's mom said that you know that, you know, just think again and waited now so another year. And now there's been charges and Just, you know, man. I? What? What turned how those monsters created. Right? How does how does a monster like that? This Paul floors with all these different charges? How is that happen? You know, I remember this story and I was back east when it broke, But I do remember, and I just I think all of us that have Children. You know, Just try to wrap our heads around it are the phone numbers 80 88 10. If you have some comments, or you remember this, you're welcome Still to come in the next half hour, we'll talk about the latest Johnson and Johnson vaccine and got some good news about that as well. So a lot more to go the phone over again. 80 88 10 You can text made 415. 80 88 10 or email me a chip. A kid your radio dot com. What's the Bay.

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"paul dusty" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"paul dusty" Discussed on Night Call

"Down another rabbit. I was gonNA say so now. Now that this book is out and then you're talking about kind of how to adopt it and what's next in that. Do you have any desire to look into a new mystery. Yeah well I mean I left substantial reporting about the RFK assassination hand and obviously if people have read the bug and see there are parallels and not only that it was literally a year and like two months before the Tate Labianca murders same city same. Da's same cops And I found out a lot of really important information and at one point was going to be part of the book and then we finally decided so that book I think is five hundred and some pages little brown. The contract only wanted less than three hundred. Because it's hard to sell. I don't think they knew they were dealing with. They were great. I mean when when we got to I think about four fifty or something or for sixty. I was so pleased then I had to do the notes and they said we'll give you about ten pages and I don't know no one hundred and they're so you crazy. We gave an extra one hundred and fifty so I ended up getting being funny pages. We got it to sixty event notes at the back. And that's the most important part of the book to me because it shows all my sourcing and you know the depth of it but the case her hands stuff that could be a book in and of itself. And there's other stuff that I did find out connected to at the same scene in Hollywood sixty nine that ended up not having any relevance or connection but I found out some amazing singular like standalone store. Answer the most interesting part of the signing driving around. La and skirts very cinematic. And it's like the book is cinematic because it's framed that way like now I gotta drive to the valley drive to Dan. Hannukah rooftop. Yeah it's very like a Raymond Chandler novel I like that. That's a nice comparison guy who's doing the adaptation for the movie spent about a week with me about a month ago and I said Oh my God you're gonNa have a nervous average breakdown to and he said I just. I don't this we're not supposed to say is I wanted it to be a limited series. We sold it to Amazon and they wanted to be a feature film and this guy is a big deal. He's like but I don't know how to you know compress the story twenty ears and to two hours. So that's my life didn't do it in a book and now you're trying to figure it out. I wanted it to be like a limited series. His and I actually think he's at the end of the week. He had a good angle on it. But now I have to wait and see the first draft and I'm a little nervous about that Zodiacal. The accolade to is like a lot of people say that I guess his obsession that was. I can't remember enough. It was a cop and the journalist analyst journalist but also the same thing where like it drives everybody to Mattis. Let's contagious because once you start to realize that this is true then all of a sudden got it Tom. Tom What do you do to decompress. What are you watching your off time when you were doing this? They had like really bad. You know bad part anything. That could really be dramatic enough to let me I. Oh I think about it. I What do I watch on in movies and TV I kind of liked detective dramas stuff I mostly the only watch streaming now? Because I need to see stuff that seems as re I finally started watching succession so I'm actually got like I'm I'm going to death valley tomorrow. I've never been to the Barker ranch where they were captured. And the COP if you get near the end of the book. Paul Dusty was a cadaver dog cop who thinks he has sites in the around the two ranches. He's been trying to get me to go there for ten years and I finally agreed to go tomorrow. So I'M GONNA go for two or three days but I'm supposed to go out tonight and I'm like I'm not gonna I'm not GonNa Finish accession..

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"paul dusty" Discussed on Your Own Backyard

Your Own Backyard

10:53 min | 2 years ago

"paul dusty" Discussed on Your Own Backyard

"Back on the Central Coast David Smallwood continues to investigate investigate and make connections focusing on what he believes is the most obvious theory which he intends to prove? She's in the backyard. The hard you can't go burying people in the backyard. In the summer of twenty fourteen. A reader from task darrow sends a copy of the California register to her brother and mammoth lakes are recently retired. Police sergeant named Paul Dusty. And we go okay. I'll retails tails. Most articles are very short lack details and reading. David's article read like a crime report. I'm in it was in such incredible incredible detail and everything like a holy smokes and so she says well call that guy. I go countess call this news guy. It'd probably just blow me off but you just try everything and he goes. I'm available twenty four seven. You come anytime and I go. Wow that's that's interesting. Realizing one man is deeper. He didn't have a boss can do it every once. Paul dossiers background is in detective work but specifically supervising avalanche rescue and clandestine grave rave detection dogs in other words. Paul Dusty train dogs to find missing persons and went through. I was a canine supervisor. When we got our first dog walk and later on got Buster and he's also certified outlasted certified in Cadaver dog in two certifications for that in a retired and it all actually started with Manson case in two thousand eight dossier and his grave detection. Dog a black DOC. Labrador named buster joined a team of forensic anthropologists and archaeologists at Barker ranch the home of the Manson family in the late sixties to search for possible clandestine graves missed by the original investigators. Make a long story short. They did a little league and didn't find anything. We did soil oil samples on the sides and there is plenty human decomposition indicating there's even remains at all the sites. We've identified there so I guess I just wanted to prove proof that the dog is right and a friend of mine. She said she knew a guy that was doing mass grave work overseas. Would I guess tradition. You bet dusty tip buster Tarawa and a toll in the central Pacific hoping to find the remains of marines missing since World War Two in a search conducted by Mark Noah the founder of a nonprofit research organization called history flight so our first day on Tarawa. He tested the dog all day. Contested on sites for the humor means or recovery tests on sites. There's no debt people and one hundred percent accurate. The dog was one hundred percent accurate in Our last trip to Tarawa alerted and several locations can analyze and when they excavated the site they found Thirty the US Marines including Lieutenant Alexander. Bonnie men missing in action metal forty. That was I thought that might help. Never did as convincing people his credentials are enough to impress. David Smallwood though. And after obtaining the permission of the Renter's directly behind Susan Flora's house. Paul dusty brings buster down to a royal `Grande on June second twenty fourteen. They enter the yard that borders the back fence of the branch street home when we train the dog for the target odors human remains human gone human decomposition that that chemical signal changes over time he was a East trainer and all that stuff so I just lost them in the yard and then the weight you gotTa tell them how to tell you. So if he finds a target older he lays down and it was really quick back and the dog learner all around that corner of the property as strong there and of course subsequently it's a pretty strong belief that she's had concrete poured on her she's in in concrete. That concrete is porous. You have no problem getting detection through that concrete. I pretty much knew that we're getting through the wall. They're kind of like a big chemical Michael Plummer in the air that we can't detect and Buster is detecting parts per trillion. We're not searching rescue. They do a great job of finding like a big stinky. Ed Guy out there. We're looking for minute of evidence. Part of the skepticism that law enforcement occasionally has about working with cadaver dogs is that they can't speak to tell us what exactly they're smelling. So how do we know that. Buster wasn't alerting on some old chicken bones that the flora's family had buried under the concrete in their backyard. Or as Ruben Flora's tried to suggest that the cadaver dogs learning to pulse mattress in his cal poly dorm room could have been detecting a tri tip. Hip Sandwich that Paul had eaten there. What happens when a cadaver dog smells something that is not human? Because they're not there. One day I was working over in In London on the Sherman case. And there's dead cow about Haffey. Oh man extinct dead cow pasture there you know but I recognize immediately as a training opportunity and so I get buster out and he went probably within three feet of that cow which is big stink Lincoln massive decomposing cow. Like it wasn't even there. He just didn't even turn his head to check it out when he was looking for his target odor. His target odors orders are human specific chemicals that are released from decomposing body. Cadaver dogs aren't rewarded for alerting on animal remains so they learned to bypass them during a search so with a positive alert at the fence. Line of Susan. Floors is backyard. The next step is to obtain a soil sample to send to a lab for testing. But before they can collected the other tenant of the House returns home and abruptly tells dusty and smallwood to get out of his yard he was girlfriend from gave us permission and he freaked out. Thought he was going to be killed. And you're trying to get me killed and get this off the property so that was kind of a weird experience when he was screaming. Luckily they're able to get permission from the homeowner directly next door to Susan and they obtain a soil sample there to send in to be tested by a forensic anthropologist in Tennessee named are Pad Vaz. Dr Vos's best known for being a prosecution witness in the two thousand Eleven Casey Anthony Trial where he testified that the air and Anthony's trunk tested positive for both human decomposition and high levels of chloroform. A compound which is sometimes used used by criminals to immobilize incapacitate or murder their victims here. Dr SPLAINE's role in that trial. Casey Anthony was accused. ooh At the time of having a hand. In her child's death theory was the child was placed in the car trunk for transport somewhere and so they had five cadaver dogs alert on the talk of that vehicle but they couldn't determine what the compounds would that the dogs will alluding to they called. Call me in to analyze the chemical composition of the trunk and So it ended up being that there's a match of chemicals that should have been there if a body composed and what actually was there In addition they had a huge amounts of chloroform found the trunk vehicle which was a big spice. Everybody essentially that was the beginning of Oto analysis. Odor mortis in this country. Trial said a follow up on busters easters alert doctor vass analyzes the soil sample at Oak Ridge National Laboratory searching for compounds which would indicate the presence of human specific chemicals. Goals one of the samples from Susan. Flora's neighbor's yard tests weak positive for chemicals consistent with human decomposition weak weak positive essentially means that some but not all of the chemicals expected are present. Which you've asked says should be expected when the soil sample was collected from the yard heard next door excited by these results David smallwood brings Paul Dusty and buster back to a royal `Grande for a second search this time at the house house where the soil sample was taken from on August? First Twenty fourteen. Buster is let into the neighbor's backyard in. I don't tell them where to go. I just let him do his thing but it was. You know smaller yard and it's go find anyone out there sniffed around and right by that planters like little lemon tree right in the corner corner stone he alerted and it was that quick. I mean I I would say less than ten seconds just Bam and that's it and all points to that core after a week positive soil test and two cadaver dog alerts. David Smallwood expects the sheriff's Department to immediately apply for a new search warrant Warren. But they don't instead. They dismissed the results. Because Buster isn't certified. His license expired when Paul dossey retired a dog doesn't care about being certified. He smells dead Bait Ball. That's what he's trained to do. The next issue of the California Register dister goes for broke with a headline that reads Kristin Smart's body finally found question. Mark it's bold and it has has some unexpected effects. I it upsets the smart family. Who released a statement saying that? The headline is misleading. And that they asked for it not to be published published. Then some people in the community missed the question mark and think that the Kristin smart case is now closed a few people. I talked to early on on remembered seeing a headline in a newspaper. That said Kristen had been found and were surprised to hear that the search is still ongoing. Small Woods articles. GET MORE SARDONIC too. When he talks about the lost earing he puts the word lost in quotes any asserts that authorities quote really did not want to find Kristin smart he points out that if investigators don't trust busters alert they can always bring in their own certified cadaver dogs to see if they can confirm his findings? It's something that Paul Donosti suggested to. You would think that they would immediately get their dogs and reproduce it since let's go permission. You don't need a search warrant you know that you can get two yards at a right at that corner and worked at work. The dogs in never did anything in its first few issues choose. The California Register started out sympathetic to Sheriff Parkinson giving.

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"paul dusty" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"paul dusty" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"This is so weird I'm gonna ask I don't know how to ask this question what's really weird is I've got some Kerr personal experience with the Manson family we actually I actually grew up by the Spahn ranch at the time of sixty eight sixty nine for some reason we ended up intro to and a rumor a relative that actually hung out with some of the Manson family members in the mid seventies in later there is a rumor that there's people that are in government state government California state government and businesses that really don't want any of the paperwork files ever come out if they had anything to do with the Manson family our service center will be I I think a lot of people want their connections to the family I raise a relative of mine they hung out with people that were in the Manson family in people that knew the Manson family prevent frontage did you said from Latin that valley road yeah yeah yeah I know a couple of family members who live there for for the time yeah and I've actually personally met coupled with family members I'm just a kid at the time that I understand that there is a lot of people that were hanging out with the fat with the Manson family they do not want anything to come out that they had anything to do with the man's family have you heard anything about that yeah well I know that I'm not sure about the seventies so much but I know from the period that they were most active and and you know when they became notorious that everybody will in any connection to them didn't want anyone to know I'm talking about mostly celebrities and some of the cops or more involved with investigating them you know a lot of that stuff was caption kept from the public the police fire shares files in the surveillance that was being done at the ranch and couple that sheriff's detectives told me about plants and that they have put into the family to try to gather information and in the summer of sixty nine before the murders do you think that there are other bodies out in the desert for that were left by the Manson and his followers yeah I think there's a good chance of them in their officer named Paul what chart officer named Paul dusty who has a cadaver dog and he has some pretty persuasive evidence that there's some bodies buried out there that his dog has sent sense but he can't get the shares to dig deeper than I think it was like ministration is experimenting with some unconventional pain remedies to try to fight the opioid epidemic the San Antonio police officers association says a restaurant that kicked out an off duty officer because he was carrying a service weapon over the weekend can be a teaching moment for other businesses understand state law guess what state is in the top five when it comes to reliance on property tax revenue if you own a home you know the answer more coming up W. away I news time six fifty three now traffic and weather together from.