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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:48 min | 6 months ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Out how to provide necessary discipline and termination the city council Friday will be briefed on the next steps for the state investigation of the Minneapolis police department and will vote on a court order stipulating changes for the department what exactly does that look like that when there is no doubt you keep hearing about reform and now you have everybody on the same page the big fear is that extreme opinions are going to dominate the conversation and I will say to all of you if you define the police department I'm going to be fine do you define the Phoenix police department I will be able to protect my property I will be able to protect myself I'm not the one that I'm concerned about and do you really want the wild west do you want citizens in the city of Phoenix who there was an eighty percent increase in gun sales in the last few weeks in the month of may eighty percent increase after the huge increase we saw at the beginning of covert nineteen do you really want that society who's been on edge since the protests have started and now there are better placed because the protests are violent here anymore we are seeing that it's peaceful and we're happy about it do you really want to send those people the message that your movement is going to dramatically defined the police department do you understand how bad of a position the Phoenix police department is in right now do you understand what a bad job the Phoenix city council and this goes back years this is not just on this mayor or this council it goes back to the previous mayor it goes back to promises made that were not capped in we are bigger we have we have passed the city of Philadelphia in population and we have passed the city of Philadelphia insights we are a wide city not a tall city harder to patrol do you know that the Philadelphia police department is double the size of the Phoenix police department we're a bigger city with more people and they have doubled the number of officers in Philadelphia and there isn't a movement to fully staff the Phoenix police department there is a movement to to fund it if you like to hear more just download the KTA are apt and you can subscribe to the Mike Broomhead podcast six twenty four from the KTA are business center tonight J. C. Penney says it's closing a hundred fifty four stores nationwide in what it is calling the first phase of its efforts to shrink its footprint the Texas based retailer says it could take about ten sixteen weeks to complete the closures penny filed for bankruptcy protection last month making it the biggest retailer to do so since the pandemic forced nonessential stores to be shut down temporarily as part of its bankruptcy reorganization.

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Honoring Fallen Phoenix Police Officer Greg Carnicle

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

01:19 min | 7 months ago

Honoring Fallen Phoenix Police Officer Greg Carnicle

"Is police week and we honor the the men and women who have paid the ultimate price and serving in their communities police officers across the country and one of the most one of the most heartfelt stories and things that really played on this community was dealing with covert nineteen and the death for the first time ever the commander with the Phoenix police department and commander Carmichael gave his life at a domestic violence call and one of the people I've had the privilege of working with here at KTAR news is alley vendor who covers first responders and does the best job of it in the valley by far and she acquired an interview with the family of commander chronicle first of all alley I wanna ask you got on a personal level they had to be tough had to be tough for you to do that interview it was it was a unique experience and as tough as it was it was incredible to see the amount of strength in this family obviously just months after a husband and a father and a grandfather passed away they opened up their home to me essentially a stranger and they just told me about the love that they had for him and have for him in to do C. B. in this man's home I sat at his kitchen table and I saw the pictures on their walls and it was a very surreal feeling

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:23 min | 8 months ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The Phoenix police department a commander is dead two other officers also shot during a domestic dispute last night in north Phoenix KTA ours Jim cross joins us live near fortieth Avenue and pinnacle peak with the latest gem yeah Germany very explicit manner Greg Carmichael was shot and killed around seven o'clock last night ever been called out to a fight at a home involving roommates to other officers both female will recover from being shot but it will be a long road back on recovery I suspect a twenty two year old man was shot and killed by police hours after he shot the trio of officers Phoenix police Arjun Mercedes fortune fought back tears this morning as she spoke about the fallen officer incredible man love to be a police officer and he actually wanted to before you retired he wanted this assignment he wanted to be leading the operations for patrol article was only months away from retirement after a long career he leaves behind a wife and four adult children governors order flags at all state buildings be lowered to half staff until sunset Weidner fortieth Avenue and pinnacle peak road in north Phoenix jump cross KTAR news then up salute Lee horrific story obviously our thoughts and prayers are with his family and everybody associated with the Phoenix police department today at eight oh two it's time to check another look at the roadways and over some problems on some east valley roadways the toward an L. in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center retort thank you Jerry you know this might be the busiest traffic report I've seen all morning long we've got a wreck on the one on one westbound near sixty Seventh Avenue the right exit lane is partially blocked from it so be ready to lean to your left in order to come up on it there also we got two different vehicle fires on freeways right now one of them wrapping up on the north bound to to set a southbound freeway north of Elliot and now a new and reported out of the I. ten eastbound near Avondale Boulevard we've got some service three rex do a closure of Schnepf road at Kohl's that's due to a serious racked deer valley road fifty ninth Avenue rigs road east of Dobson and central and baseline a crash there too this travel to port right you buy staples in roofing now more than ever it's important to have a good roof over your head just schedule your free our roof about UA ation call Stapleton roofing today or six oh two eight three three roof deterrent get your news mostly clear skies and light winds how the work week will start here in the valley like yesterday temperatures will climb into the upper.

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Phoenix police officer killed, 2 others injured in shooting

Arizona's Morning News

00:59 sec | 8 months ago

Phoenix police officer killed, 2 others injured in shooting

"A domestic violence call turns deadly for the Phoenix police department that's our top story and Jerry foster is in for Jamie west nine eight twenty three thousand eight hundred thirty six north forty of drive thru officer down Charlie ten Charlie ten yeah that initial call of a deadly officer involved shooting in north Phoenix courtesy of broadcastify a long time Phoenix police department veteran shot and killed last night during a domestic dispute two other officers were also wounded but expected to survive KTA ours Jim cross joins us live near fortieth Avenue and pinnacle peak in north Phoenix with the latest gem yeah Germany thirty one years on the force commander Greg Carmichael shot and killed in a home after responding to roommates and a fight to other officer's name was not released yet both female were also shot taken to the hospital they're expected to recover of a suspect a twenty two year old man was shot and killed by police Phoenix police sergeant Mercedes Porsche and spoke about the fallen officer conical just months away from retirement

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"California has lost its ever love in my well I couldn't have said that way back when to well especially today California governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill and what it is any concerns police officers it would allow police officers to use deadly force only when necessary what is it that when they're supposed to use deadly force rather than reasonable well okay so what is necessary for staff to find that right the the law does not define what necessary is yeah they lost their of eleven mine so so what could happen in California is that an officer shoots and kills someone could go to court and could be charged with murder I mean this is like the inmates running the asylum now right I mean it you know police officers don't have a leg to stand on well now let's talk about what happened here in Phoenix are the Phoenix police department is saying every time an officer polls they're gone they've got a documented I don't like this idea and neither does Brandon Tatum who joined us a little earlier he's a former police saw a police officer in Tucson here's what he had to say about that it's a waste of time updated your Williams like a civil force you need to turn a bad thing it is a waste of time this is virtue signalling I was a police officer and if you're going to have police officers register our our document every time they put a gun you need to you guys to the public what offices pull their guns out we pull our guns out double time give me multiple times a day depending on a certain circumstances situation because it's a it's a viable threat of use of force and if you're gonna have a documented if somebody's gonna for you requested documents in order to sell to the public that I was pulled a gun Bob times a day dinner will be another criticism of the police department without context Jerry knows this all all this is a little bit and I wish the people understood how much work we have to do already we need to just be able to do our job we don't we should have to do so much paperwork involved is illegitimate stuff just the pool to social justice warriors there were not out of killing people for no reason and it seems to me that that the we've got a governor in California he says the people will decide on whether you made the right decision as a cop as a copper law enforcement agency and now we've got the chief of Fenix PD saying we need more baby sitting to understand why you're pulling your gun I thought there was already stuff in place we've heard of cops getting fired being up for murder we know of cops that have shot people for bad circumstances I just don't understand where do you think why do you think this is happening now where is this headed in the wrong direction for sure the reason is happening because the police chief in minutes with pallipes are under the thumb of city council and there is the the I guess the the backlash of the community I mean this is this is not legitimate to baby sit in the academy is back in two thousand eleven did we teach the escalation officers on human being right one for fathers mothers we we don't want to people for no reason and we're taught to do things properly in a border from years ago decades ago I don't know why all of a sudden they feel like they need to introducing the we already are learning a were already are being taught right that's what it doesn't understand me either that they're ours there's a review board there are people to to discipline or punish or fire cops if they do something wrong I don't know why we need a law and I don't know why my my my brother in law is a state trooper in Maryland and he complains all the time about paperwork why do you need why would eighty eight law enforcement chief want to put more paper work on their officers already it makes no sense to me because you don't care they don't care if the public has an outrageous you don't want to lose our jobs you don't want to disappoint the city council so let's put more regulations must put more log in the place yeah I'm I'm for everything mothering the efforts of the law for sin because you don't have to go out there and brought in the patrol car and put her life on the line anymore she stood behind a desk in an air conditioned facility you don't have to do notice that you don't have to use force against anybody you don't have to do to think that the patrolman a doing so it's hard to get up there and do that but she makes a lot right but she has I wouldn't you think she would fight against this tooth and nail she knows what it's like to be a cop hello she just call fill it out when you get to a certain point in what you care more about your career than the people on the ground there is no way in the world it Gerry Williams who I thought was a respected police person in Phoenix Arizona it is no way in the world that you don't understand it we complain all the time about extra paperwork we complain all the time about so many things to make and they get to the top in a couple of minutes regardless it makes no sense man is very difficult to do the job to start with but it seems like they're more concerned with community outraged are with the concerns of law enforcement personnel we need more help we need more training we need more ammunition to train in qualify what are farmers going to once a year why aren't they focus on all the things that can help the police officers luncheon better instead of jumping at every complaint from the community mind you none of them have ever put on the bears none of them have ever told a police car none of them so if you start taking criticism from people who have been involved in it it's not going to end well and is not good for police are that's random Tatum for Tucson police officer so I mean there's the story from California and here in Arizona now cop that's the log every time they pull their gone I mean I'm telling you California I don't think they want the cops pull their guns ever right and that's not what's coming to Phoenix but we're starting to get a little close to it or they're going to have more cops killed the graph to reverse the walkable all yeah all right coming up next Becky Lynch got some news will check some traffic we want you to call us on something totally different two seven seven five eight two seven do you have a racist Pat do you have a animal who reacts to people of a different color than you are an African American housekeeper is now not allowed to clean a church because the priests dog is racist doesn't like black people does this actually happened out there when did you realize your pet was racist two seven seven.

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ducey is weighing in following the two mass shootings in el Paso in Dayton Ohio do you see tells KTA ours mac in Gatos or state is making changes to its gun laws however there is more to be done when you worked improve the background checks of existing people that should be able to buy a gun today that's something happening the the stop order is is a bigger deal than these things he says the right now the focus is to pass the red flag laws that will take guns away from people believed to be a danger to themselves or others it's a growing crisis more and more seniors are becoming homeless here in the valley one reason they're living paycheck to paycheck and their social security is not enough another reason they're getting evicted because rents are rising and it's particularly a problem here in Maricopa county where last year rents went up eight percent Lisa glow is the central Arizona Sir cell shelter service also known as Cass she says one of every three homeless people who walk into their shelter in Phoenix right now or fifty five or older and many of them are experiencing homelessness for the first time the Phoenix police department's full body cam rollout will be completed today but the blackmailing precinct officers receiving them retired Phoenix police sergeant Derren birch author of twisted but true says body cameras are great for crime solving evidence gathering but he says he doesn't know if this will reduce the number of complaints against police or the amount of current citizens videos that service hopefully down the road.

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Story the Phoenix police department's black mountain precinct officers are getting a new tool today the department's body camp rolled out will be completed today Katie ours Jim crosses live in the newscenter above the roll up again in April to give officer's body worn cameras about twelve hundred estimated now to be with those or will be all of the Maricopa county sheriff's patrol deputies and supervisors of had body camps for more than three years Ciara Paul pens on joint isn't as morning news earlier we have seen that it helps or deputies recognize you know the tight little accountability so the better their job and often times were accused of things were able to go to the video and show that how it was you know perceived was not actually how it occurred live in the newscenter jump across KTA our news well if you shop at a particular West Valley grocery store last Thursday there might be a problem with your deli meats to store in question is the fries food store off Weston road and terrible Avenue in good year they say over the counter sliced meat so that day from six fifty PM to ten PM may have been contaminated no illnesses have been reported yet but if you have concerns you should talk to a doctor see the list of items being recalled on our website it KTAR dot com Julie live in case he A. R. news KTAR eyes on education so far this year I've spent about three hundred eighty seven dollars not so much high school English teacher heather do you have to has spent on school supplies for the new school year and she's not done spending over a typically younger I spent about a thousand to fifteen hundred dollars yet to says she has bought everything from books are for her students to markers in paper other teachers tell us they've spent between five hundred and eight hundred dollars on supplies for their classroom well for most people their kids are back in school so they're not thinking separate Todd but summer is a time when most people leave for vacation whether it's just for the weekend or longer and that can open up opportunities for thieves to common burglarized your home what most don't realize is at the front or is the number one way thieves used to break into the home it's less suspicious as onlookers assume contractors or repair men are coming in to work that's according to Rosie on the house is Rosie Romero he says there are a few things you can do to prevent break ins one of the best things you can do is a good heavy duty steel security screen door that's dead bolted and then the front door needs to be a solid core door Romero says also installing a kick proof jam and motion detector lights should have you covered I'm Amy pull Katie air news now time for a check on traffic.

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"A narrative that this was a child, shoplifting. And video about this brutal arrests going down over a child accidentally taken a by Dow out of the star without telling the parents. This is bogus. It's a it's bogus. The whole family was stealing. The video shows adults stealing. Further the viral video see this. The video that release says it should be going viral as well. But see that, that just that, that can't happen, right? That's going to ruin the narrative. But this viral video that everyone's talking about steelmaking arouse, it paints, a negative picture of the Phoenix police department and as usual. It doesn't tell the whole story. In his seems to be the modus operandi today. We got video that comes out the guy at a narrative that goes viral hands up. Don't shoot. That ended up being a complete lie. That's ferguson. Ferguson, missouri. Young man robbed. He a cigar store. Roughed up the owner locked in the middle of the street. Did not listen to police the rest of the get out of the street stat turned on the policeman tried to steal his gun. The policeman was able to get away pulled his gun out as the man to lay down on the ground. Not resist. The young man charged them. The police officer shot. Michael Brown is dead in right afterwards. The media narrative is that he was honor student on his way to university. Don't you know?.

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Station, KTAR news. Arizona's news station. KTAR news on ninety two three FM fruit, Saint James and Pamela Hughes. The Phoenix police department is investigating as the result of a new cell phone video that came out of them, interacting with a couple with two small children, interacting. I'm trying to be just give the facts. Okay. How they interacted with them is the problem is the reason behind the investigation. Okay. All right. Make sure on the same page buddy. But they did interact interaction that took place definitely was interaction. And it is calling into question. Why the officers reacted the way they did you have to back up and say, there was an initial report of a shoplifting. Call from like a dollar store where a child had apparently shoplifted stolen a dull. Okay. So we have a Dolly. Was apparently stolen and there's a description of child K and the police are getting involved. Right off the bat. You're like, okay. Yeah. The police pull this vehicle over which they say fits the description of the vehicle in the shoplifting incident and. Exactly what transpires we're not sure the, the, the man is taken out of the vehicle. He was driving, and the video picks up with him lying face down on the ground, by the way, it's one hundred some odd degrees outside lying face down on the ground handcuff. Now, when you say the video, this is not a body camera video, this is video from a look see Lou somebody nearby. About getting looking down onto this is the case nowadays. You've got police. You've got some suspects people pull out their cell phones. And they start recording the cell phone video begins with a man on the pavement hands behind his back being handcuffed, by Phoenix police officer seconds later. He's yanked off the ground and then pushed up against the squad car his feet about shoulder width apart. That's when the office aggressively sweeps his leg, then yells. Okay. So the officer is yelling some, you know. A bleep do some of that out. And when we say, sweep the leg. You know, don't don't think of like karate kid, sweep the leg. No. This is a kind of a kick in the foot out a little bit further. So your stance is wider. And it does appear as though the guy that has pushed up against the police SUV wobbles a bit, maybe took a knee and then got back up. Right. It was aggressive aggressive. See anything in this suspect who's handcuffed also. I don't see him. Combative know what you've seen before. Sure. I don't understand why the officer is yelling the way he is. But again, I'm not there. And when I say, aggressive, I, maybe that is even too much of a term, it seems a bit too much. But in my in my civilian, I is it doesn't seem agreed. Yes. Okay. Not just me because when we had sergeant Darren Birch former a former sergeant Phoenix police department took a look at the video, and he caught up with Arizona's morning news. Heated say this. I think what's of concern is when he. Doing this lakes with that is taught in order to get someone against the, the car, you don't want them to somehow push up off you so you separate their legs. Okay. So what else was going on? Why would that leg sweep needed? Why is he officer? So agitate oak. Yes. And then but wait, there's more after we see the sweeping of the leg up against the police SUV. You have another officer who is now approaching the SUV that they just pulled the suspect out of right, right? With his gun drawn. Yes..

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Former NBA star Mike Bibby under investigation for alleged sexual abuse

Dave Ramsey

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Former NBA star Mike Bibby under investigation for alleged sexual abuse

"Is confirming that Phoenix police have opened an investigation into the alleged sexual abuse harassment of shadow mountain high school staff member by the boy's head basketball. Coach, Mike Bibby KTAR's. Jim cross has more is a former university of Arizona NBA basketball star. In a statement the district says they learned of the Phoenix police investigation bevy February fourteenth at the request of Phoenix PD. The district's internal investigation was suspended until the conclusion of the Phoenix police departments active investigation into the allegations. Phoenix police department says the investigation is I going they have an and a suspect or

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Convenience store. This is near thirty sixth street and Thomas officers caught up with a suspect down the road. And that's where they say that he pulled out some kind of a metal object. He starts swinging at officers actually hitting one of the police officers another officer, then shot the suspect and that suspect died at the hospital. All right. So this is the forty third police officer involved shooting with the Phoenix police department, and I feel like every day when this when we talk about this. It doesn't happen every day. Don't get me wrong. But forty-three there's certainly a lot. I feel that when an incident like this happens we have to come on the air and talk about the actual shooting just to show you that the police did the right thing, and they're not just waving their guns around trying to kill people because that's what some people who aren't very bright, by the way. That's what some people think that the Phoenix police department. Oh, they're crazy. Oh, they're way too tough. No, they're not doing a good job. And by the way, this story. You've got a guy who is trying to hurt a police officer. He's brawling with them. There was a second officer starts brawling with that guy. Hey, they tried to get him to stop. He didn't what are you gonna do? What do you do? You. Do exactly what the police did. Again. What are you supposed to do in that situation? Well, the cop is trying to get you to comply you keep attacking the officer that that's a total game changer right there. Right. The other day we were talking about the Phoenix police department. How they killed a man I think it was the forty second. Now, we have the forty third. Well that man was near the highway. He had a gun. He had already shot a couple of bullets either in the air or towards traffic. There were businesses that were still open at that time of night people walking by and he had a gun, and he wouldn't put it down. And he's waving it around and the police shot and killed him. And that's the right thing to do why. Because if you're in the car with your kid on that highway, and the police don't shoot and kill that guy. That guy can turn around and shoot a bullet right into the kitchen the head. What if this guy kills an innocent victim? That's just trying to drive home. We would be railing the cops of why didn't you take him out of the deal? Right. So we'll we'll always give you the story. Sometimes the cops are wrong. Sometimes they're wrong. They're not perfect. But now we have the forty third officer involved shooting of the year here in Phoenix. And this guy last night didn't walk away. And there's a reason he didn't walk away. Not only didn't he walk away. I started attacking right? Once you start attacking a cop. I mean it game over. I mean, I don't know what else you do. So that is let's see out of forty three officer involved shootings of the year. We've got another couple of weeks. Paul Penzone Maricopa County sheriff we're told us the other day. Hey who knows next year? They might have ten and not forty-three. You just never know. And I thought that was interesting. You're listening to the big four at four. We bring you four big blockbuster stories. We still have big story three and four to go. All right. Ashley flood is in for Becky Lynn today on Arizona's news station..

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Governor Doug Ducey, and we've added Meghan McCain who will join us once a month starting next year as well. Just real quick on the Penzone interview. I like how he he he he explained what goes through a an officer deputies mind when they have to take a life. And I think that you have a lot of activists out there that are that are that think that these police officers like to kill people, and that couldn't be farther from the truth. And and I think that that you have some criminals who are taken down by the police, they think it's a ticket to to to a million dollar lawsuit. And we've seen a lot of that this year. Now, the Phoenix police department is not perfect. No police department is, but you know, we went over the forty second officer involved shooting yesterday that was completely warranted. They had to shoot a guy who is near the highway with a gun pointing out to two cars that were driving by. And I think what people do is. They just read the headline. We've talked about this all year off. Another officer involved shooting. Well, why don't you look into the shooting and see if it was warranted? Because yesterday we did look into the shooting was totally warranted. So I think we should remember, you know, how how how difficult it is to be a police officer. And not just assume that they're out there trying to kill people ridiculous. Yeah. They don't have a gun to go out and shoot people. They have a gun to protect the community. There's a big difference. Yeah. All right. Coming up next. Ashley is in for Becky Lynn, she'll get you caught up to speed with some of the news, the news slash, and we come back MAC and Gaydos, caring for kids Friday is the big day. We're going to tell you how you could help next..

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Big four four being story too. Chief Jerry Williams. Your police. Officers are domestic terrorists. Okay. Let's talk about the city. Wow. Can we trade her? I wish what city would want her though. I don't know let ship her out the Saint Louis, the famous she could be the player to be named later in the Goldschmidt. Ferguson is right near there. Oh. You know what I'm saying? All right. The Phoenix city council voted unanimously to spend seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars for new guns and replacement parts for the police department, and there were a number of people, including a crazy lady there right saying your Phoenix police department is a bunch of terrorists GT during your police. Officers are domestic terrorists. I wouldn't have blamed Jerry Williams if she had got up took laugh and slept that one face and two blamed her she didn't 'cause she has more. She has more self control than I would. But I cannot believe you have to sit there and a city council meeting, and here's some bozo. Say there is worse as domestic terrorists. Are you kidding? I mean, do you think we're stupid? I think you're stupid. Yeah. Point the finger at yourself. Honey. I mean, do you think we're stupid? Phoenix city council. Are you listening at all? I would stop listening to you. If you were speaking hike. That'd be awesome better. Mike. We wanna freeze on police fending use that money instead of buying weapons to buy some scotch tape and tape up that big old mouth of yours or more tin foil and put it on her head. I like that idea, you know, this woman. I don't know who she is. But it's not the first time that she got loose right at Phoenix city hall meeting. How you're going to say, no, no, no, let me see remember this,.

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is there an issue inside the Phoenix police department? Is there an issue with violence specifically officer involved shootings? Here's why I say that if I were to tell you that the Phoenix police department, not not the valley. Okay. We're not gonna Mesa Tempe. Phoenix, Phoenix PD. Was involved in more officer involved shootings, then the Chicago and Los Angeles police departments combined would you find that odd? Yeah. I find that odd. I think that is on we don't think of this is some let's be clear an officer involved shooting. Does not mean somebody was shot and killed a agree. I'm not talking about. Exactly, thank you. But is that in and of itself? Those numbers proof. That there is some sort of issue inside the Phoenix police department, or is there an issue with the populace there policing that is uniquely violent in a way that A and Chicago aren't it's probably a bit of both now to what percentage I don't know. I do know though that the Phoenix police department is having a study commissioned that were expecting a report at the end of the year because back in July when these numbers were pacing beyond what we've ever seen before even chief Williams recognized something's going on. I don't know. Exactly what it is. We need to find out. We're going to take a look at this. And it is something that definitely does need to be looked at. But what you may have seen this morning. You may have been looking at this morning on your way into work where few signs a few signs banners, rather that were draped across the walkways above freeways. Yeah. These signs put up. Up by a community activist a group called Poder in action. And they put up these these banners? Stop Phoenix police violence, you might have seen it the one. I noticed was fifty one in Coulter. And I think a lot of people might have noticed that one. They were relatively quickly taken down. But their argument is that. Yeah. There is an issue and that the community should be concerned with the number of police involved shootings disproportionate to other police departments. Here's a little bit from what are their spokespersons that we spoke to earlier this morning. The community we refuse to become numb to this, and we refuse to let this be our normal. And so we thought that we had a start putting out this message. Yeah. That's hernandez. She is one of the organizers with Poder in action other cities have taken more react, more proactive ways. They started looking at de-escalation. They started looking at the cases other ways that they can help reduce this issue. Meanwhile, scenic says let's do a six month research without doing anything else in the meanwhile, and even research itself wasn't a voluntary. So for as is that it was definitely not enough. Okay. But what is enough? And and I'm not saying that ended up arguing their argument is. Their argument is that it's not happening quickly. I don't know we were trying to get to the heart of that. And I don't think that we did. I I understand that they're looking for more transparency that's fair. She talked about how their families whose loved ones have been shot by somebody who was in the Phoenix police department. They're trying to get body camera footage of trying to get reports. And they're having a difficult time doing that. I don't know if that's unique. I don't know if that's a systematic problem. They're looking for more transparency, I'm a big advocate for transparency. So that I can get around as far as nothing else being done. What do you want done? And because I honestly believe that if there was an easy solution. It would be done if we knew exactly what was going on. It would be a drought. Let me put it this way. And we did we did reach out to Phoenix police, and we hope to maybe speak to chief Williams at some point. But chief Williams attitude towards this isn't suck it up. Buttercup? We're gonna shoot who we want to her. No. You're right. There is something going on. Do we need to look at how we train officers. She is the one who mentioned the de escalation tactics have happened with different ethnicities with different genders. I I wish I knew one can cause of it. Which is why I think is critically important to have this study to begin that process of really drilling down in dissecting. What's happening? Yeah. I think one of the problems and I've noticed this. And there's a variety of of. Barriers to it is getting the actual data. You know that there isn't some national database of police involved shootings. I don't know if you're aware that their laws literally in place. Reporting police involved shootings is voluntary. There is no way to do it other than literally check every single police department every day and say, hey, you guys evolved in shooting and some outside agency has to do that. So we're we're finding out, you know, these are news agencies that have been keeping track of the shootings in Phoenix. So that we know how many there are. But I just I don't think of Phoenix as uniquely more violent than Chicago and Los Angeles combined. It doesn't feel that way has to be something. And again, I don't know what it is. But there has to be something about I use the term training the term deescalation. Why are Phoenix police officers quicker to draw on fire than other police departments? Why I just want to know? I don't think we have that answer quite yet. But let's put it all on the table here. Bruce, it is unacceptable that Phoenix is pacing to be among the deadliest police departments in the country that that's unacceptable. What is also unacceptable though, is an expectation that an officer doesn't defend their own life when they are faced with a criminal who is shooting at them. Sure. So is it it's a combination of both. I believe I think that there has been. A significant decrease in the respect for law enforcement. I think uniquely a Phoenix thing. I don't know. I'm I'm just talking about what's on my mind right now. And what's on my mind is it's unacceptable. Our officers. I hate to use the term, but I will trigger happy. Are they more fearful now than they have been in the past because more people are challenged that keep coming out. Yeah. Guy who just immediately opened fire on the on the on the trooper are people having lack of respect for law enforcement. Yeah. It's a combination of all of the above. We talk about de escalating, and yeah, there should be training for de-escalation. But at some point in time when somebody's firing at you, how are you supposed de-escalate, and I don't think anybody is is making the argument that should police shoot back when their shot at the statistics. I've seen say. They're not always shooting back. The police are the first to fire are some of those justified. Yes, are all of them justified. I have a hard time saying, yes. So it's not zero. And it's not one hundred percent it somewhere in the middle. And I don't know what it is. So we have at least forty officer involved shootings in the city of Phoenix. We're four twenty six forty seven so far. Yeah. I think it's forty twenty of those have been deadly. Okay. Do we know because I can't find it? Do we know what percentage of those officer involved shootings did the victim or suspect have a weapon because somebody who is armed pointing at police shooting at it. Please is shot and killed by police. None of I don't think anybody saying, well, you should have shot the guy, but that I think is an important distinction to make because officers have a right to go home to their families every night and to protect themselves in order to do. So. So if eight is thirty eight out of those forty had weapons, okay? But if it was eighteen. You see how that's an important distinction. There was a police chase last night police shot and killed a armed robbery suspect. The story as of right now. There's no evidence at the suspect fired a weapon or even had a weapon at this point. But he was an armed robbery suspect in a car chase who left a robbery didn't. He he was suspected in a string of armed robbery and say, we're doing an investigation. Yeah. They responded to an armed robbery call. But again, we get the idea that in Arizona seventy percent of the people carry a gun does that mean police can shoot you? Being.

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News ninety two three. Mike Watkiss is kind enough to join us in studio. He retired a couple of weeks ago from three TV CVS five. He's been a reporter in the valley for over twenty years, but a reporter. You wanna say how long you've been a reporter? I mean, I've been you know, started scribbling for community newspapers about forty two years. Ooh. And broadcast about thirty eight. I guess, but one of the last things that you covered here last year was Donald Trump coming to town. And then the ensuing one side versus another getting into it in the Phoenix Phoenix PD had to get involved and break. Everybody off the ACLU is now suing the Phoenix police department. I think the Phoenix police department did a really good job down there. You are in the middle of it. And I was watching you again. You think what did you what did you make of that whole thing? A lot of people have asked me that. And I may be not the best person because my threshold of again my level of judgment. I got shot ad, and we almost ran over a dead body lay in the streets of LA during the Rodney King rise. So I've been in much where literally the whole city was burning down were situations. Let's just say it was a rowdy your party in Phoenix. So that that unfortunate, and I hope that everybody behaves themselves, and we can have nice civil discourse when the president returns to the valley. But you know, as well as you guys know better than I do because you hear it every day. Feelings and emotions are raw in this country. And there is a great division, and there's a lot of angry people. So let's hope that you know, they keep the peace. Phoenix police can be positive presence. But he was gave was a little crazy downtown wouldn't that go bad? I told people this, and I I I was right in the center of this group across the convention center. And I'm not the biggest guy in the world. And we are shoulder to shoulder. So I'm not exactly minnows hard for me to see. But I heard people among the protesters say it stop throwing things. There were protesters cautioning other protesters to stop throwing things. I heard this several day. They'll throw car guy that that was the first indication that I'm saying things being exchanged. And then shortly after that, we first pop of tear gas, and then you saw sort of devolved from there to get a whiff of that I got a big with big win. I've had you know, it reminds me of Robert Duvall in Apocalypse Now. Whatever it, smells like it's Mel like a battleground, and I've been up smelled it before. And and so we definitely got out of hand that nobody was seriously injured. I mean, let's thank goodness. Yeah. Let's keep a realistic. You know, people were getting killed just willy nilly in the streets. LA once upon a time in Orion and early on. We were getting shot at by looters. So I have seen civil unrest. That makes this thing. Look like a T park. Yeah. And I'm hoping that nothing sparks again. But I'll be watching from the sidelines this. Well, speaking of which what are you? What are you gonna do? I mean, you've you've done journalism. More than half your life. What are you gonna do? Now, you going to retire and then sip Margaritas on a beach somewhere, I want to be invited. That's going. Down with this. Margherita? So that's what I'm talking about. I gotta you know at for. I've been writing trying to write a book for forty years right now. I'm going to try to get the thing finished. I got I've been doing a little trying to revive my long-dormant acting career and got three movies that have been in the can. I'm just waiting for them to get released. Cool, then I'm going to go couch surf with my son in LA. He's down there. And try to see if I can hustle up a little I'm open to anything yet. I is he in journalism. He is nectar. Oh, he's an actor. Okay. Maybe being the same film. Maybe listen, we're going to write a screenplay together about some some crazed reporter chasing around the American landscape. I think I think I'd go see that star in it. I think I'm a little old. I think and I was hoping for somebody somebody taller and better. Look, I'm here. Yeah. His son immediately. Sorry. Gives me pause. Something to consider Mike Watkiss three TV CBS five reporter for so many years in Arizona. We love you. Come back when the book is done. We love to talk to absolutely to get it done. Just yes, I'm back on the show. It was great watching you. And you're one of the best of all time. Well, you know, what everybody's been very gracious and kind, and I listen to you guys been part of my life, and I've been steel I've been listening in my life trucks, stealing your shit. It felt good to be invited here to sort of now to a conclusion. All right, Mike. Thanks, man. We'll talk to you down the line. Mike Watkiss everybody coming up next. Why was Obama laughing at Trump today next? Afternoon. Mac and Gaydos..

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And update to the amber alert, issued earlier this afternoon by the Phoenix police department tonight Phoenix police telling. Us to be on the lookout for an older model. Light green Ford pickup truck with a white camper shell and the truck has a Mexican. License plate of z dash seven one dash six four now. That truck is believed to. Be driven by demons Coronado he's forty six years old he's five feet six inches tall weighs. One hundred ninety pounds has, gray hair and Brown eyes sometimes where I wears. Glasses it's believed that he, is taking, Jonathan Nunez Coronado, he is, five years, old three feet six inches. Tall weighs forty. Five pounds black hair and Brown eyes, Victor Nunez Coronado Oh the second child believed to be taken. He's eight years old four feet tall weighs sixty pounds black hair, and Brown. Eyes, earlier this morning Jonathan Nunez Coronado in Victor. Nunez, Coronado were last seen in the area of thirty second avenue and van Buren in, Phoenix at spolice that the. Children are. With their, biological father demons. Coronado and that truck that green truck with white camper shell could be. Headed to Mexico anyone with information, is asked to call the Phoenix police department or dial nine one one. A new poll out tonight indicates Arizona voters know who. They want taking the place of the late Senator John McCain one percents of that they. Would prefer to governor two point someone who similar to Senator. McCain's and just thirty seven. Percents of their prefer him to appoint someone who's more similar to President Trump Tom Jensen with. A public policy polling his, firm conducted a statewide poll a few days ago. Among state voters it has, a margin, of error of, plus or, minus four, point zero percent well there's. A few planets You want to be. Able to see tonight without a telescope on this Labor Day weekend to look toward the southeast as you, look into, the heart of the. Milky Way that's the zodiac sign of Sagittarius the Archer where the beautiful planet had her law is easy to see also with the naked eye KTAR is Dr sky says, Mars and Venus will also be visible. With the naked eye if you wanna take a closer look you can. Take out your telescope you can also hear more on KTAR Dr, sky show. Every, Saturday morning at three Well we're a, little less than a half hour. From kickoff tonight out at Sundance steady let's see how traffic progress and Patrick grody Live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic. Center, John we have good news in, Phoenix were Philip true to respond van Buren clusters cleared that crash scared a couple minutes ago also a new crash working scotch southbound south south venues co wrote that. Crash has left, and a fifty percent does open between Glendale and northern habits shut down earlier for. Several hours because of a crash earlier this morning this report is brought by mothers against drunk. Driving drunk driving is. What percent. Preventable one hundred percent. Of the time help them create a feature more victims at mad dot org that's. MADD dot ORG I'm Patrick Rhody KTAR is.

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"KTAR and it really is fun I've done that once. Somebody moving and you could. Probably hear all that for my seventeen KTAR is on education most students failed the states as merit tests. Last year but superintendent. Of public instruction Diane Douglas doesn't want parents to feel discouraged she says, the test is not reflect what's really, going on inside classrooms The measure of our teachers or our. Schools or our district she says this school year will be the last. Time, the test. Is given a new statewide test will be offered next school year and Douglas says she hopes the new test upbring better accountability. Well despite an increase in officer involved shootings and assaults against officers the Phoenix police department is not struggling to recruit new officers they still want to be police officers because they want to be servants Phoenix police. Chief Jerry Williams says they're not seeing a dip in the number of people interested in becoming police officers stay in and day out we see full classes of men and women who have signed up to serve and be. The heroes in the community as. For how the increase in officer involved shootings and assaults against officers is affecting current officers she. Says some are concerned yet as a sign comes up men and women put this uniform back on and they. Take calls for service and they help our community members, and some of the worst. Days of their life Griselda zetino KTAR news. Arizona's votes, many Arizonans have already voted in the primary secretary of state Michelle Reagan. Tells KTAR nearly one half million early ballots are in four hundred and fifty thousand ballots have already been returned statewide. And, secretary Reagan tells us most voters are in their late fifties. The average age of voter is fifty eight the Arizona primary. Election is August twenty eighth Mark Carlson KTAR news only one in five. Voters, actually cast. Ballots in primaries director of ASU's Latino public policy are Joseph Garcia says that needs to change voting is a two part process. Part a is the primary part b. is the general election he us do part b. thinks that your vote is really counted it says when you only boat in the general election you don't get candidates a. Fair shot at Phoenix IT experts says it's time to take a different approach to your computer security Michael coconut our with IT synergy and Phoenix zoom breach we can no longer just dedicate our time and money and effort. To constructing a perimeter and trying. To keep the bad guys out at a recent hackers conference Our says he learned Chinese hackers are going through IT. Companies to, reach their targets he also says Moore scammers. Are building research tools of public data so don't be surprised if a scammer seems to have a lot of information about you KTAR news time six thirty seven All right Detroit and back with us. From the valley Chevy dealers traffic center what action and traffic this morning there's been. No letup even though the freeway have been closed at one point reopen we. Still have action there's a freeway ramp that's still. Closed I ten eastbound at the state route, one forty three the ramp to the northbound Holcombe expressway that, is? Closed for, police activity and, worst the main line of that one forty-three. Is closed southbound at the I ten that's where it. Comes to a close for you the one zero one freeway eastbound nineteenth avenue crash off eastbound one to one at seventh street wreck off right westbound tenant baseline wreck off right. And westbound at sixty seven th avenue another wreck off right sixteenth street in northern injury crash and I've been hearing Jim and Jamie bell. Talking about the big crowds at Jim cross out. There at, the thirty, ninth avenue in, Camelback for the Grand Canyon university organized chaos all my. G there are so, many people out there right now better steer. Clear of that get with Indian school or Bethany home road I think it will treat. You a little better this traffic The report brought to you by Christ Church of the valley are you. Who you say you are in other words do your actions reflect your core beliefs join Christ Church of the valley this weekend to learn. How to put faith in the action Detroit name. KTAR news Partly cloudy today with a high of one hundred. Seven degrees low tonight of eighty four will, add to the partly, cloudy skies a. Twenty percent chance of storms tonight twenty percent with us again tomorrow with. A high of one hundred, one degrees and a slight, chance of storms with us really. The rest of the week your weather's brought to you by Howard air whether. Replace or repair call Howard air take a look at your money from the copper point. Insurance business, center fishermen off. The Alaskan coast Florida maker of boat trailers a building materials distributor in Tennessee those and hundreds of other American businesses are delivering the same. Plead at President Donald Trump is he considers imposing tariffs on. Nearly forty percent of all imported Chinese? Goods they're saying, don't do it Trump administration will hold, six days of hearings starting today in Washington on the next garage escalating trade war between the, world's two largest economies Let's check the numbers on. Wall Street now the Online Trading Academy, opening bell the Dow starts out the day up almost one. Hundred points stocks climbing towards the record highs helped by some dealmaking activity that's going on s. and p. five hundred up about six and a half points the NASDAQ is up thirteen and for more money news visit the copper point insurance business center at KTAR. Dot com and coming up in about five, minutes this is the, story out of. San Bernardino where a guy in the country illegally the government says he's. An illegally it was taken, into custody while he's trying, to take his wife to the. Hospital to give birth to their baby and the story just kind of blew. Out a proportion and then there are there's a lot of blame to go around by. The way, on both sides. Of the border debate we'll try to break it down for you coming up in about, five minutes KTAR news time is six thirty nine ABC fifteen. Meteorologists iris ammo CEO talks about staying safe during the monsoon the moment that you hear thunder you. Got to get the pool because of. Course, that's a hazardous place to be. Just like it's hazardous to be out. In an open area or under trees you definitely. Don't want to be there so inside is the safest place to be during thunderstorms but this is why we also. Give you a heads up with forecasts right so that you don't have to wait till you hear that under be prepared for all of that ahead of. Time so that's that's our goal.

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Room JoAnne Bauer Phoenix police department says. The Twenty-seven-year-old officer who. Was shot too tempting to make. A traffic stop last night is in critical but stable condition the two year veteran was reportedly Shaughnessy. Approached a car then police say, the forty one year old. Suspect dot out of the car and continued shooting. The officer was able, to return fire, both men for critically injured. The Phoenix police department is on a record, pace of officer involved shootings. Five fifty KFYI's Paul, says, it's working to figure out. What's going on researchers from the national police found Will be in town. Next week gathering data to, help Phoenix PD brass dig into what's driving the uptick in officer involved shootings chief Jerry Williams says it's important for us. To get to the root of this problem, for being, proactive we're, being progressive and we're really trying to make sure we provide those training opportunities for officers to that point to also being transparent with the community police union leaders are. Not happy about the one hundred fifty thousand dollars study they feel it could harm morale and shift blame. For the shootings toward officers Greg Paul fifty. KFYI news Greg valley man is facing a list of. Charges for allegedly exchanging sexual photos with an underage autistic girl police linked the conversation to thirty. Two year old Joseph Hora who is a registered sex offender living. In Chandler the jury in the Paul Manafort trial will resume deliberations Monday, after breaking for. The weekend, they're deciding the fate of President Trump's former campaign chairman who's also accused of Eighteen counts of Bank and tax fraud well there must be something in the water sixteen nurses in.

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Eleven children found at squalid New Mexico compound, two arrested

Mac and Gaydos

04:37 min | 2 years ago

Eleven children found at squalid New Mexico compound, two arrested

"Campaign events today around the valley KTAR's Mark Carlson. Is live now and tells his house minority leaders here because here is known. As a battleground state for control of the house Becky Lynn control of the. House could come right through Arizona Pelosi says Arizona house races could be very close and that's. One reason she's in Arizona urging Democrats to get out, the vote it was six months. Ago Pelosi called. The GOP and Trump back tax cuts Armageddon But House Democratic leader says she stands by that statement despite. A robust economy but the biggest indicator for us is the size of the. Paycheck We are the people. Lower healthcare costs bigger paychecks cleaner government and that Bill is not about any of that Democrats say, that to make up. For the tax cuts Republicans plan cuts to, programs, that, are vital to working people like social security and Medicare reporting, live Mark Carlson. KTAR news why would anybody want California politics in Arizona Arizona Republican party's response to house minority leader Pelosi's visit to Arizona today Arizona GOP chair Jonathan line says her visit. Is just a pushed attorney Zona bloop she along. With star, and other leftist liberal elites are pushing to, create another California in our Arezzo Anna and we're simply not going. To stand for that he says the Arizona Republicans are even using the hashtag. Don't California my Arizona in response to Pelosi's event today in Phoenix Citing, a credible threat, officials at Florida Atlantic university had canceled today's scheduled graduation ceremony as students got ready to cross the stage. And received their diplomas the announcement was made that they had to evacuate one of the graduates moot, Tina Johnston says she'd. Been looking forward to this day for a, long, time, it was disappointing it was a shock because this is the, day that we're. Excited for the investigation is continuing and officials say they will will reschedule the ceremonies a tragic discovery at the compound in northern New Mexico where eleven malnourished children living in. Filthy conditions were rescued and an emotional news conference. Today tells, county sheriff Jerry Griff announcing that they are, now trying to identify the remains of child found on the property Eleven nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine we did find the remains of a young boy one of the men arrested. When the, children were rescued on Friday was wanted on a child abduction warrant. In Georgia a boy had been reported missing the interest in police body cams in Arizona has perked up again thanks to, a state legislator caught on one bragging. About speeding or what's. The Phoenix police department doing about the department has three hundred body cams for twenty nine, hundred forty five officers sergeant Vince Lewis says it's not that the department doesn't. Want them to understand and recognize the importance of having body cameras both transparency. And to assist. Within our investigations Lewis says the Phoenix PD's just taking its time or the process of a request for purchase with different vendors to identify the, product to go citywide with that's happening on the city side last January the department put bodycam purchases on hold over concerns about outdated technology Kathy Klein KTAR news, a fourteen year old boy has died after being pulled out of a Phoenix pool by maintenance workers Near twenty three rd avenue. And, Campbell is unknown how long he was in the pool priority being pulled out by maintenance and we were told that the family noticed he was not in the house and they were looking for that's when, he was founded the pool area captain Kenny Overton with the Phoenix fire department says the teen may, have had some mental disabilities and had been. Warned repeatedly by the family to stay away from the pool area and the eleven year old girl found unresponsive in Tempe pool last week died today on this first Tempe fire responded to. A call, at a home near McClintock and baseline where California family was renting. The home when firefighters got to the scene the girl was unresponsive she remained in critical condition until today when she died It is coming up now on 507 time. To get another look at traffic with detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center hey good news on the east side that wreck on the one on one Pima freeway. Southbound near entry all moved off to the right we're good. To go with that now all lanes. Reopened there southbound one zero one hour free your wreck is also off right south of Thomas approaching McDowell westbound. Tenant twenty seventh avenue you're off, and on the southbound. One price freeway approaching Elliott there's a wreck off right One westbound approaching sixty seventh, avenue another one off right we've also got a. Thirty seven minute ride westbound I ten fifty one west to eighty three rd avenue twenty. One minutes on the northbound seventeen from nineteen. Th, avenue to Peoria twenty two minutes up northbound fifty one I ten mini stack north develop an eighteen minutes on the westbound one one..

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City of Phoenix moves forward on proposal to study police shootings

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:03 min | 2 years ago

City of Phoenix moves forward on proposal to study police shootings

"And traffic now it oh to i'm ashley flood here's our top story the phoenix police department is a step closer to finding out what's causing the numbers of violent police citizen encounters to go up the public safety and veterans subcommittee has agreed to ask the city council for one hundred and fifty thousand dollars for study on that police chief jerry williams says it will be conducted by the national police foundation just to give me intel and information on the who what where when wise what is going on with the suspect prior to many commenters at today's meeting opposed this saying another study won't improve police citizen relations the next city council meeting wednesday june twentieth kathy klein ktar news the valley man convicted of helping to plot the two thousand fifteen attack at a prophet mohammed cartoon contest in garland texas is seeking a new trial attorneys for abdulmalik abdulkarim claim it was never revealed in his first trial that an undercover fbi agent who witnessed the shooting had communicated with an accused recruiter for isis before the contest and his presence was only revealed after their client was convicted of the attack that left two people dead mesa police say a man posing as a painter is likely casing retirement communities in the east valley nick rush shutt with mesa police say the man is facing charges for burglarizing a home last month probable cause to charge him for burglary based on this incident happened near main and hegley police say the suspect is forty nine year old william donohue police say he was seen inside the victim's home before fleeing was stolen items it might seem like a no brainer in the hot weather but put your shoes on if you're going outside for can get to be really really hot sometimes sixty to one hundred and seventy degrees fahrenheit plaque asshole can sometimes get to be one hundred and eighty degrees kevin foster with arizona burn center at miracle but integrated health system says you can get up to second degree burns he also says folks have to be careful drinking water from a hose or even touching it the water can heat up to at least one hundred eighty degrees let's get a check.

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Creating treacherous road conditions minnesota twins home game against the chicago white sox at target field snowed out the centers for disease control says a multistate e coli outbreak that has sickened nearly three dozen people across eleven states is linked to lettuce grown in arizona no deaths reported agencies not identified a common grower supplier distributor or brand you're listening to abc news arizona's news station news station ktar on air ninety two three fm online at ktar dot com and streaming live on the ktar news app your breaking news and traffic now saturday afternoon it's three oh to i'm john roller here's what we're following this hour governor doug ducey back in phoenix this afternoon yesterday the governor was down along the border speaking in gallup's about what the more than three hundred national guard troops will be doing as they're deployed on the border they are going to be working with customs and border patrol at the border and we're going to leave it to the law enforcement experts as to where they should be deployed he says the troops will focus on stopping the trafficking of drugs illegal money guns and illegal immigration into arizona well it was a wild ride on the west side overnight phoenix police say a suspect dead after being shot during a confrontation with officers none of whom were injured details still coming out but police say the shooting occurred early this morning after a pursuit and a carjacking attempt right around thirteen th avenue in thomas according to police officers fired at the suspect after he pointed a gun at phoenix police department celebrating a special group of people this week their hard work and dedication to the job a potluck banners and lots of verbal.

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

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"phoenix police department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Time is four o2 good afternoon i'm becky lynn happening right now mesa police responding to an officerinvolved shooting near gilbert road and main street police say the scenes been contain the call was initiated as a suspect with a gun at we're hearing from police now that no one is injured the phoenix police department is getting some help answering nonemergency service calls from police assistance penis police chief jerry williams says these aren't police officers but they are trained to respond to low priority calls they're able to take boggling has more no suspects around income loss of property so that priority three thai calls that sometimes it would take officers hours and hours to get to williams says this helps free up police officers so they can respond to more serious calls a former security salesman based in phoenix his headed to prison richard marsh murmann is going way for five years he's also been ordered to pay just over three million dollars in restitution arizona attorney general's office says the former investment adviser impersonated clients to get into their accounts you also used clients investment funds prosecutor see the money went toward shmer men's personal expenses including a judgment in a civil lawsuit catholic line ktar news issue president michel crowe weighing and now on the debate over daca he says he supports allowing daca recipients to stay in the us all we need is a pathway to help these young people to stay on track to move forward uh and that we shouldn't allow them to be used in a bigger set of unresolved issues crowe says he's urging arizona's delegation in congress to work toward a solution that's fair for dreamers here's a happy update to a story that we brought you earlier today forty nine year old karen they're really who walked away from her group home in.

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