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Federal officer shot outside Phoenix courthouse
"Ah suspect is in custody following the drive by shooting of a federal security guard this morning outside the federal courthouse in downtown Phoenix. The injured guard exchanged gunfire with the suspect as he drove away. The guard is hospitalized with non life threatening injuries. Phoenix Police chief Jerry Williams says in light of today's shooting and similar incidents across the country, the Phoenix P D will now have two officers patrolling together at all times, Williams says. It's for the safety of officers and the
Fresh update on "phoenix police" discussed on John and Ken
"Way. Never saw that. So we went. We never saw the deputies in our defence that they probably wouldn't have seen it either that he had it totally talked under there. But all of this from the training staff at the Sheriff's department and our instructors was to get us to feel that stress the pounding heart how quickly it unfolds. How the initial impression of what happened isn't always the end result of it. To give us that that glimpse into what it's like to be a deputy, Alex. Thank you very much. And how stressed out were you, you know? And Steve Gregory and I have done this with Phoenix police before something somewhat similar, and with fed a federal agencies, you never get used to it. But at least you kind of start Tio learn some of the tricks of for them not to yell it through the best. Has it changed the way you approach covering the stories? You know, Absolutely And and I have said this a very openly to a lot of reporters. That I think it is important that they go through a class like this, because it does make you think when you initially see that that body worn camera footage or other video that sound thereof, or you hear the accounts from family members or protesters of wait a second. You know the fact that he dropped a gun and was bending down to pick it up. Is he really unarmed? He was that close to grabbing it and maybe taking your life. That there are different aspects that you gotta look at that It may not be the way it's initially presented. Thank you very much, Alex. Appreciate it. You got it. Thanks, guys. Alex Stone. The report is the other side of the badge where he underwent tactical scenario training. The L. A County Sheriff's department and he had to play the part of the deputy and make you know the simulated life or death decisions more coming up, John and can't codify Debra Mark has news.
Police Brutality Protester Attends Use-Of-Force Training With Officers, Sees Other Side Of Badge
"Reverend Jared Mop and led protests and marches after Phoenix police shot and killed an unarmed man. Well, tonight he gets a chance to experience the split second decisions that police have to make when encountering a suspect. And our Troy Hayden was right along with him tonight getting the training as well. This must've been eye opening. It was a really interesting experience. You know, we've all watched those protests all over the country after police officers were accused of shooting people who aren't armed. What would happen if one of those protesters fell orders like toe, wear a badge and then be put in a life or death situation himself. Someone. You put your whole whole strong inside your jury mop in gets his weapon.
Police arrest suspect in arson fire at Arizona Democratic Party headquarters
"Some more details about what led to the arrest of a former Arizona Democratic Party volunteer who allegedly set fire to the headquarters in downtown Phoenix last Friday, Phoenix police Sergeant Mercedes Fortune tells Jr Before one o'clock this morning, they were able to develop that enough probable cause to make that arrest and the arrest of Matthew regular for the arson. There's been a couple of social media posts that believed to be authored by him, and that was that were posted by him. 29 year old Agler had been banned from volunteering with the party, apparently over bad behavior in the past. He's been booked on one count of arson of an occupied building. You
Midair close encounter between fighter jet and passenger plane | WNT - ABC News
"To reports of a midair scare over Syria The Pentagon Iranian passenger jetliners pilots did not respond to calls from a U. S military jet to identify itself and the Iranian plane went into a rapid descent seemingly is a defense move. US fighter jet back off ABC News chief Global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz. The plane did land safely in Beirut, but there were numerous injuries since the descent was so sudden. The Iranians. Also, the Americans were making illegal move. Phoenix police and
Arson suspected in fire at Arizona Democratic Party headquarters in Phoenix
"Phoenix police confirm they're investigating the overnight fire at the Arizona Democratic Headquarters is arson. Matt Grodsky with state Democrats says despite the damage, they'll continue their remote work. Our game plan is still the same. It's unfortunate, but we're not gonna let it be a distraction. We're focused on turning a staple come November. The county and state Democratic parties share the building, but it had been mostly empty since the start of the
Phoenix PD releases body-cam videos of moments before deadly officer-involved shooting
"Video. Get your head up this from a deadly officer involved shooting Peter Seymour is live with the details. Bob Police told James Garcia. They were looking for a stabbing suspect. This is a scene. I can't let stuff leave the scene and I need to get everybody out of my sight. Right now. You're the only person that's still in my crime scene. Understand that Garcia lied to police about his name and birthday as he refused to get out of his car. Then on officer spotted Garcia grabbing his gun anymore, which is what the officers did, firing several rounds, killing Garcia and the Maryvale, Austria, Part Mountain Precinct on July 4th. Phoenix Police say Garcia mouth to them shoot me. Another man thought Garcia was his attacker and called police when he spotted him in the neighborhood Reporting live, Peter same or Katie. Our news. 12. 01 with
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
"phoenix police" 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.
Phoenix police commander shot dead and two other officers wounded
"Now Phoenix police say a twenty two year old suspect opened fire on three officers who were responding to a domestic violence call near fortieth Avenue and pinnacle peak last night commander Greg Carmichael the thirty one year veteran of the force was killed the two other officers wounded we are expected to be okay the gunman was also
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
Phoenix police officer killed, 2 others injured in shooting
"A Phoenix police commander was killed and two other officers were injured last night in the shooting on the city's north side during a domestic violence call commander Greg Carmichael was killed in the incident the condition of the other officers are not known but the department says they are expected to recover the suspect was reportedly barricaded in a home near the site of the shooting after
Phoenix police commander shot dead and two other officers wounded
"Phoenix police commander was killed two other officers injured Sunday night in a shooting on the city's north side during a domestic violence call shooting happened around seven ten last reports the suspect was barricaded in a home near the site of the shooting the two officers injured were taken to the hospital where they're expected to survive their
Mother admits smothering her 3 young kids, police say
"We continue to follow the latest developments in the case of the mom accused of killing her three young children yesterday morning court documents paint the kids terrifying final moments twenty two year old Rachel Henry better first court appearance last night with bond set at three million dollars she's charges suffocating her one year old girl her three year old son as he fought for his life patching and scratching her before he was suffocated and finally a seven month old daughter was suffocated while the mother was singing to her Phoenix police chief Gerry Williams joined Arizona's morning news earlier the heart and soul of the detectives were putting the case together I'm making sure that they bring justice to those three innocent children court documents show police interview the thirty year old father and a forty nine year old relative who were at the home for the final two murders they have not been
Arizona mother arrested on suspicion of killing her three children
"Woman Arizona's been arrested on suspicion of killing her three kids the oldest was three years old Phoenix police sergeant at Mercedes fortune says a relative called police yesterday and officers found the bodies inside the family's home the twenty two year old mother has admitted to harming her three children his parents had first told police the children had been
2 wounded in shooting outside Desert Sky Mall; Phoenix police shoot, kill suspect
"Three bullets fly outside a crowded mall in Phoenix it's the Christmas crush but outside the desert sky mall in Phoenix it was a terrifying scene police shot and killed the gunman Monday who attached to people during an attempted carjacking reporter Jackie Quinn says one person was shot trying to help the carjacking victim and another person was injured with a stray bullet Atlantis had its own share of mall shootings this month at both Lennix square
Phoenix police announce firings of two officers
"These officers or fire I'm going to K. and S. T. news at a news conference this afternoon Phoenix police chief Gerry Williams announced the dismissals of two police officers no chief ever wants to discuss discipline like this in a public format I expect my officers to be respectful to be professional to be courteous and that is not what happened in the cases we will discuss today one officer Chris Meyer was dismissed for his handling of a shoplifting arrested may that was caught on video and went viral the other firing was related to inappropriate social media posts that had some other officers on
Phoenix police announce firings of two officers
"At a news conference this afternoon Phoenix police chief Gerry Williams announced the dismissals of two police officers no chief ever wants to discuss discipline like this in a public format I expect my officers to be respectful to be professional to be courteous and that is not what happened in the cases we will discuss today one officer Chris Meyer was dismissed for his handling of a shoplifting arrested may that was caught on video and went viral the other firing was related to inappropriate social media posts that had some other officers on
Phoenix police in spotlight after controversial response to shoplifting incident
"After a lengthy city council meeting the seven hundred twenty one million dollar budget for police next year has passed the vote came at seven to two plenty of community members made public comments opposing the budget and wanted the council to order the firings of police officers were arrested a family of shoplifting suspects earlier this month, and Reverend Gerry mop into activists representing the Ames family delivered a petition to council members and he demanded the two officers seen in the viral video be fired and any other officers involved in the case disciplined and retrained. He also told the council, the Democrats on here who are the majority are supposed to defend people of color helped me defend this. family and the man accused the men who accuses to officers of police brutality dry dre von ames was also at the council meeting people are not being held accountable this footage of incident and it's clear date at those officers wrong is sick that they're still behind desk duty cell phone video shows officers drawing guns on on his family following shoplifting call you can see the video and read more on this story at k._t._a._r. dot
Phoenix residents unleash their anger on police during community meeting
"A community meeting was held at pilgrim. Rest Baptist church in Phoenix with the mayor and chief of police last night to let people have their voices heard after a cell phone video of police shoplifting. Stop went viral emotions ran high. We're not huge. Shoplifting. We are here because we outrage conduct of Phoenix. Police chief Jerry Williams was booed, when she promised changed in the Phoenix police
"phoenix police" 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..
"phoenix police" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Bob McClay. Here's our top story. National police foundation study claims that Phoenix police are involved in the most officer involved shootings in the country police chief Jerry Williams says it's because of staffing shortages and having to deal with people with mental health issues. Some of those officer involved shootings, it was a single person unit that was on scene, which then could create a dynamic where the individual may want to challenge. Williams tells the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show that she'd like to see mental health professionals answered nine one one calls regarding mental health incidents should police. Officers started carrying around NAR can one valley woman. Lost two children to overdoses once Phoenix police officers to have the opioid overdose. Reversal drug with them retired. Phoenix police sergeant Darren Birch says he understands her sentiment. But it may not be practiced all the police officers feel comfortable with that type of expertise. The Phoenix police. Department has distributed kitsch to only one hundred specialty officers out of a total of nearly three thousand sworn police officers at least four Americans are known to have died in the Easter Sunday bombings in three Lenka. And now you us authorities are involved in the investigation. That's according to ABC's Alec stone. The FBI is now assisting in the investigation into the Sri Lankan bombings. It's not uncommon for the FBI to send a team of agents to a foreign country. When terrorism kills American citizens at least four Americans are known daddy in the bombing attack. And in our told the FBI is assisting in the probe one of those dead Americans has been identified as a man from Denver who was in Sri Lanka on business. Meet twenty twenty presidential democratic candidate number nineteen Representative Seth Moulton a Massachusetts. The forty year old Iraqi veteran with two degrees from Harvard is a supporter of gay marriage legalized marijuana. I think that we would be a much stronger country if more young. People had the opportunity to serve so I wouldn't make making a draft. But I would make it a cultural expectation and he tells good Morning America that he thinks that young people should want to serve their country. And now for a check on traffic..
"phoenix police" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Phoenix police are looking for a man to try to kidnap a young girl walking to school near nineteenth avenue and union hills drive the suspect grabs her right arm and pulled it behind her back and places other are over over face. The suspect began to speak to her Phoenix police sergeant Tommy Thompson says witness knocked the man to the ground and pulled out a gun. The girl was unharmed, but the van took off in this incident that happened last week police are canvassing the area. But if you have any information, please call police KTAR is on Gration border arrest are expected to top one hundred thousand in the month of March homeland security secretary Kerry's to Nielsen step down yesterday. Former DHS undersecretary John Cohen tells their Zona morning news. The border is much worse now than than it was when President Trump took office, and he'd like to see the military have a larger role. We could be. Using troops to help transport. These people help processes people figure out ways that we can house these people temporarily while their claims are initially Assaf border arrest are expected to top again, one hundred thousand in the month of March with families seeking asylum making up the bulk of that number at decay. T A R dot com slash immigration for our expanded coverage of Arizona's immigration crisis. Developing details after worries about an active shooter in downtown Salt Lake City this morning. Here's what we know. So far it appears shots fired at a hotel in downtown Salt Lake City police tell us a gunman fired multiple times. No indication anybody was hit. Then there was a short chase. Chase came to an end the gunman crashing into an all-terrain shop. We're told the threat is now over that's ABC's. Alec stone. A Maine woman has been arrested for threatening that states senior US Senator Suzanne mascara was charged with mailing a threatening letter to Senator Susan Collins the letter sent last. October was leaking a fine white powder. The Skara faces up to ten years in prison. The letter was sent at the senator's home in Bangor and was received by your husband police, if the time said the Senator had claimed the letter was tainted with rice in but tests confirmed there was nothing toxic. That's ABC's. Aaron Katersky now time for check on traffic..
"phoenix police" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm neyla Leon. Here's our top story. The Phoenix police department is about two thousand steps closer to their goal of transparency. The Phoenix city council just approved five million dollars for two thousand new acts on body cameras fiscal and this commitment of being transparent chart community v. Necks police chief Jerry Williams calls the seven to one city council vote huge all this after a record year in officer involved shootings. Retired Phoenix police sergeant Darren research doesn't believe the cameras will stop the shootings. The impact won't be preventative is going to be reflective Ali vetnar, KTAR news and new Bill could help prepare high schoolers when entering into the real world. You also have to learn a little bit about how you balance your checkbook what it means to carry debt. You know, the simple basic skills that people need to survive in the real world. See treasurer Kimberly says the Bill would require high schools to teach financial literacy class before they graduate. The Bill passed. The Senate Tuesday and will now head to the house of representatives. The man who is facing charges for the death of a pregnant lift driver pled not guilty today. In court police believe twenty year olds Phoebe and ordered the car service with the intention of stealing the car that they're nine year old woman died at the hospital. Police say Duda Duda. So admitted to stabbing her and Arizona's Special Olympics team has resumed receiving a very special honor the valley based unified coed basketball team has been selected to represent the US and Abu Dhabi in the Special Olympics world games this year. The team includes able bodied and disabled players a mother son duo and is coached by distant Phoenix police chief Mary Roberts now. Let's get a check on traffic. Here's really hard push with the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Well, we're still dealing with some problems this evening on your roadways. Luke three or three northbound at what our you got an accident reported there watch for a crash nineteenth avenue at union hills..
"phoenix police" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Is under the floor looking up at her under the she could see him through the floorboards. And this man who was running that business was sex trafficking girls. So this has become her thing. She's trying to stop it. And what she told us on the air on Monday is that she went in was at sky harbor last Friday. She was coming home from a trip. She saw something that looked not right to her a woman a child a toddler, and she said, I. I think somebody's trying to traffic that child. She went. There's what she told us. She went and got the police they came over. And in fact, that was what was happening. We are. Now finding out from the Phoenix police. This is not what happened. We've got Cindy McCain's and the Phoenix police department so and these two are not congruent, they're not. So what the Phoenix pedia released a statement that said on January thirtieth which is different than February first. When Cindy McCain said, I was returning to Phoenix on a Friday January thirtieth this a Wednesday. She said it was a Friday two days later at approximately one twenty six PM Phoenix PD officers assigned to sky harbor conducted a check welfare on a child at the request of MRs Cindy McCain. So that did happen during the check welfare officers determined. There was no evidence of criminal conduct or child endangered. That is not what sending McCain told, correct. Let's play with Cindy, McCain told us just a few days ago with us here. KTAR MAC and Gaydos, take a listen, everyone can make a difference on this. Issue. Mccain institute dot org has a website dealing with Justice. How to recognize the signs of trafficking, and what to do about it? I stole the adage from homeland security if you see something say something and that very thing happened to me in Phoenix airport. Last Friday, I came in from a trip identifying I bought it. It looked I it was a woman of the different SSD than the child this little toddler. She had something didn't click with me. I you I tell people trust your gut. I went over to the police, and I told him what I thought that they went over and questioned by God, she was trapped you next year. A toddler. Yeah. Time. She was waiting for the guy who bought the child off an air. Wow. Yeah. You can't make a difference. Everyone can make a difference on this is going on not just in big venues, but he's in your own neighborhood. Okay. So that was our interview with Cindy McCain on Monday by God. She was trafficking that child is what Cindy McCain said. Yeah. And she also knew that there was a man waiting for the child at the airport. All right now. What again, let's repeat would Phoenix PD is saying is that on January thirtieth not a Friday, but a Wednesday. They did get a call for a check welfare on a child at the request of MRs Cindy McCain during the check welfare, according to Phoenix PD officers determined. There was no evidence of criminal conduct or child endangerment. Which begs the question, what is Cindy McCain talking about in her story? We've reached out to Sydney McCain. We'll see if we can get a statement or bring her on the air. All I can do is speculate. That's all we had somebody's wrong. Could the Phoenix police department? Get this wrong. Maybe did send him McCain. Get this wrong. Maybe here's the thing though. Cindy, McCain coming on a radio show and telling it on truth doesn't make any sense to me that doesn't make sense. No. I mean, you either see you either see a kid getting trafficked or you don't see a kid getting traffic. Now. She said I saw something that didn't look right to me. And I and I said something that ain't that is true. That is true that police did go over and look maybe again, maybe Cindy McCain left the airport thinking. I there was something wrong. And maybe she she thought the kid was getting trafficking. She assumed but let's pull back the curtain to let's pull back the curtain a little bit. Okay. Because we were in shock. We did not expect that story to come out. We had no prior knowledge. She no-one tipped us off that she was going to tell that story on the show at the show is we called her to talk about sex trafficking at the Super Bowl right at the end of the interview. She's the one that brought up the sky harbor store. Right. So at the end of the show. A couple people in the newsroom started to say. How did she know? There was a man waiting. How would she have known? What happened to the CIA? And I said great question. I don't know. We were we were a, unfortunately, we ran out of time. We had to go take a break. We couldn't continue the interview and she had to go. We couldn't keep her on a second segment. So we couldn't ask any follow up questions of. Because usually this is the way it goes down. You see something you say something you're then removed from the situation. You don't get to stick around. And it's not an episode cops. Okay. It's not it's not what is that live cops on TV whenever the new show is you don't get to see what happens and live PD and who gets arrested, and where you don't get to know any of this. She. No, there's no nice bow that you title up on correct? But she seemed to have the information. So that that that some doubt in people's minds of is where is the veracity in the store? Well, this local attention. Absolutely. This got national attention as it should. It were true got international attention. Right. So this story has been all over the world. They got that the person who has taken her life and dedicated it to Uman trafficking, actually, stop somebody from being traffic in an airport. Eight is the perfect story. It's a big deal. Did she get carried away? Or is she telling the truth, and that is a great. That is great question. I don't know. Well, again, this is why I say, it's a great story. If that somebody says, and I personally stopped a child a toddler from being trafficked, boy, doesn't that get you. Attention boy, doesn't that get you people to get to go to your website doesn't promote awareness. Doesn't it doesn't. That's not her. That's not what she would is totally grew in to Cindy McCain is so where's the truth? I don't know. That's the dumbfounded founding. Don't know we don't know you can go and check this story out of KTAR dot com. And we're just trying to figure out exactly what happened because when someone of the stature of sending McCain comes on your radio show to talk about sex trafficking. And then at the end of the interview says, I stopped someone at sky harbor that was sex trafficking or was at least trafficking. And you know, I can't I can't get the the verbiage out of my head by God. She was trafficking that child is what Cindy McCain set. Yeah. I mean, we're not sending became for a long time. When Cindy McCain says, something you take it is truth is no reason to lie. Oh, there's there's no reason to fabricate a story. No. When you have you and your husband have dedicated your life to service. I do I get it. It's not it's not like interviewing a politician, whether they'll they'll lie straight to your face an agenda, of course, they do. And sometimes they'll tell you the truth. But then other times they're gonna lie. I mean. Sending McCain does have a reason to lie Schnapp politicians, married, a politician. Correct issues with them for a long time. But he was a straight shooter latest sharing politician. I understand that. But still every politician doesn't tell the truth. She's not a politician. Correct. She is now in her. Life's work now is to stop children from from being traffic. And if she saw something at sky harbor, which she did. And the police say she did has an end to the story where the police say are into the story is different than Cindy McCain's. All right. I just got this in my ear. Phoenix police has just contacted us. Again, they are insisting it was January thirtieth Wednesday. Fair was not a Friday Phoenix police are saying that they got a call for a check welfare on a child at the request of MRs Cindy McCain during the check welfare officers determined. There was no evidence of criminal conduct or child. Endangerment. Did Cindy McCain fly out of sky harbor on Thursday return on Friday? And this this was something different. I don't think she got the date wrong or this or this happened on a different day. Don't know. But Phoenix PD just called KTAR newsroom back and they're adamant the call came in on a Wednesday. Cindy McCain is that a is that a big deal? Incongruence? I know, but she could have just said was last week. What was it Thursday? She could have been flying overseas. You could add jet lag. I don't know did it happen or not see. That's what I wanna know things. Don't add up like the day the situation. How does she have so many details, it just puts more shade on the story that I don't know what to believe now and it and it's? I I hate to say this. But if it were a female politician, she's not a politician. Correct. If we're a female politician, I would take it with a grain of salt and go, that's a politician. This isn't this is Cindy McCain. So I don't know what to believe listen, we're going to the news department. Your KTAR is on it. And we'll try and figure out what is what's going on? Because it's weird. I took it as it happened. And I left the show on Monday saying that it's unbelievable. And there's no there's no reason to doubt. No, there's no reason to doubt Cindy McCain. So we'll we'll try and figure it out. Absolutely. All right. We're we are actually in the middle. We're we're in a mess of the big four. We didn't take. This was big story one. We changed on the fly. All right. Well, we've got big story two three and four to go. We can tell you big story to we'll tell you why. There was no need for Trump to give the state of the state last night. All right back to the union. I should say. All right. Becky Lynn will get us up to date on Arizona's news station..
"phoenix police" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"W w. Good morning. I'm Jacky page. And these are the top stories at ten forty nine. Phoenix police say a licensed, practical nurse has been arrested on charges of sexual assault in the impregnation of an incapacitated woman. Who was in a coma we go live now to CBS news for a special report? WWE news time is now ten fifty. Through a court. Order was from thirty six year old Nathaniel Sutherland Sutherland was a licensed practical nurse or an LPN who was responsible for providing care to the victim during the time the sexual assault occurred. Inex- police spokesman Tommy Thompson yesterday. This scientists in the Phoenix police crime crime laboratory determined the sample obtained from Sutherland matched the baby Sutherland isn't talking. The twenty nine year old victim has been incapacitated. Since the age of three she gave birth to a baby boy at the hacienda healthcare facility last month. The baby is reported doing well CBS news special report. I'm Vicki Barker. And you're listening to WWE J. Newsradio nine fifty w w eight news time now ten fifty one weather conditions are improving at Detroit metro airport in planes are taking off airport. Officials say one runway the surrounding taxiways at. Ice pads are now open maintenance crews are working to reopen the remaining runways taxiways.
"phoenix police" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I want wanna I want to be really really careful here because I don't want to appear to be attacking or arguing with a father who lost his son. But there are some things that this man said yesterday that I think he's being misled his name is Roland Harris. He held a press conference along with the Reverend Jared mop in front of Phoenix police headquarters yesterday, his son Jacob Harris was nineteen years old was shot by Phoenix police earlier this month after they say they were following him. Saw him in a and some other men enter a what a burger restaurant, rob the what a burger and then pulled over the car later on. They say it looked like he was going for a gun when he was shot. Now. Now, this father role in Harris and Jared mop in both say that they believe he was shot in the. Back. Police have not specified yet where he was shot. But. First off. I love a lot of what this role in Harris's saying, and I I I I can't imagine this guy's pain because we need to we need to acknowledge that some of the greatest people in the world ended up having terrible people for children and it works. The other way around to like, you could be terrible parents, and somehow or another the kids turn out to be great people. So I don't blame this role in Harris for how a son turned out of his son really truly was taking part in a in a robbery at a what a burger pullover light police, maybe it appeared he was going for a gun, and there wasn't one one. But the officers shot him, and he says he doesn't want any money. He doesn't want any money from the city doesn't want any money from the state. He says, I just want Justice for my son. But here's where I think things go wrong for Roland Harris who lost his nineteen year old son in a shooting with Phoenix police. He says. That we need to look at an officer involved shooting in Peoria that happened earlier this month where suspect who was armed came away with minor injuries. He says the parents need to call that officer. And thank that officer took a second to take a breath and take aim and shoot that suspect in the shoulder. And he said that officers need to learn how to handle armed suspects without killing them. Boy, I, you know, it's just. I wish somebody would have taken him aside and said, you know, what I'm gonna blame Jared mop on this one who stood by his side and said, you know, what maybe you shouldn't say that. Because let's be honest. It's a split second. When an officer decides to fire his weapon, and you are stopping to shooting to stop the threat. That's right. You cannot shooting to wound. You're not no no you are going for center mass. That's the biggest target, and you are shooting to stop the threat absolutely say, he should take a second to take a breath and take aim and shoot the suspect in the shoulder. It just it shows me dead by then there's there's an awareness of of of how these things unfold because they unfold like that like that. And it's so unfortunate. It's so unfortunate. And here's. This is going to continue to go on by the way, Jacob harasses casket apparently is going to be part of a March on MLK day as well. So they're going to be carrying around his dead son's body on on Monday. It is six eighteen now at KTAR, and it's time for our Rosie on the house helpful tip of the week. Do you find yourself sneezing or coughing, and you're not running a fever or have the flu? When was the last time, you changed your home air filters? This is Gary d with your tip of the week from Rosie on the house now, we've been hammering this important task for years. And yet we forget I do too but replacing air filters on a regular basis. Does two things one. It improves air quality in your home.
"phoenix police" 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..
"phoenix police" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"KTAR indepth. I heard a Trump supporter. The other day say they should remove duck from the prefix lame duck before. A bitter flakes name. All right. We'll talk more about what Jeff flake is up to a little later. But I I wanted to talk right now about what some folks were up to yesterday morning, if you're listening around seven forty or so here on Arizona's morning news, you heard detoured and say this southbound state route fifty one at Coulter somebody felt it was a good idea to hang up a protest sign here. That's talking about the Phoenix police violence, or whatever it is whatever the case is how about we don't hang signs over top of the freeways that can distract drivers. That can lead that wrecks that can cause injuries possibly even death. Why so Detroit, and I don't think detour Dan really cared. What was on the banner? I mean, maybe he did. But he was concerned about driver safety. That's that's the biggest concern. But what this was all about was a group called put Aaron action and their leader vide- Hernandez is with Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes yesterday talking about what she'd like to see happen to reduce. Use the number of police involved shootings in Phoenix. And I gotta tell ya. They could not have worst timing. They just could not have worse timing on this. Yes, there have been forty officer involved shootings in Phoenix this year. Maybe she's right. Maybe we are leading the nation. But man, terrible timing. Now, keep in mind that she said during your interview with Bruce and panel that action needs to be taken not just studied like Phoenix has undertaken that studied by the way was done at the behest of Phoenix police chief, Jerry Williams. What is a remedy to the problem that you see definitely looking at how this is happening in how we're letting this happen. Okay. So that's a study that she's talking about there after she criticized. The fact that Phoenix is studying and not taking action and we continue bitterly. There's a lack of transparency within this police department, right? That has been sued just even to access records of these situations that. These cases, I agree with her you want nothing, but but complete transparency you do and if the Phoenix police department has not been transparent on some questionable shootings, then they should be compelled to be absolutely transparent. But do you really think it's the best idea to unfurl a banner? Saying stop Phoenix police violence the day after they took down. Timothy Odell Leon who was armed with a handgun not complying with commands when three Phoenix police officers opened fire on him after a violent car chase after he was involved. They believe in five armed robberies in five days, including three carjackings in which he fired a handgun in each one of them and hurt one of the people. Right, right. You actually struck a victim shootings. Oh. You just get it. Right. Okay. I understand. I don't want. I don't want a ton of police shootings. Either anybody does. And I don't think the cops do to be honest with you. Yeah. Okay. Sure. There's a couple of adrenaline fuelled idiots, you know, that might have a badge and a gun out there. But for the majority of cops never want to be involved in a shooting if they can avoid it Glendale police, by the way had this to say because this chase ended in Glendale. It was extremely imperative that officers were able to encounter him and ensure that he didn't victimize another person within this valley, but just simply based on the timing of their unfurling of the banner, I'm led to believe that put Aaron action thinks he was the victim. It's five eighteen now KTAR..
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"You'll never miss any of the show. Like the interview we did yesterday with cinema the newsmakers whether it be national local. They're all at MAC and Gaydos at the podcast. Make sure you subscribe by texting the word podcast to four one one nine two three Phoenix police, and I would assume all police departments they want to interact with the community. They want the community to know that they are reliable. They protect and serve. They're good people. And they want this community to not be against them. But to be with them is the secret to that giving away free ice cream. I'm looking at a picture. Of a Phoenix police ice cream truck. Yeah. It's a Phoenix police van that is got the Phoenix police logo. But it's also got written on it. And and ice cream pictures of ice cream on it. Oh vanilla comb chocolate comb. Maybe they've got mint chocolate. Chip McCaw bottle rockets. I dunno. I lived in the middle of nowhere. I'd never had a I never had ice cream trucks. When I was a kid, but I will tell you one finger at indoor plumbing as a kid. I did. He came later, but we did. The one thing I hope because this thing is decked out. Okay. That's great. I hope to God. The Phoenix police department did not put that did not put that that ice cream music in there because the ice cream with a play that music, and they go up and down the street, a creeps people out, man. I hate it. I can't stand it. So I hope. I hope they don't have that. Runaway. Just exactly like I feel like a clown is going to jump of the of the right? Yeah. I'm gonna get mugged or worse. Hey, can what an ice cream cone? No, no, I.
"phoenix police" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Report says that Twenty-eight Phoenix police at a twenty Phoenix police. Shootings to use tasers Phoenix police officer deployed their tasers and just seven percent of cases. That involve officer gunfire in the first six months. Of, two thousand eighteen now we've talked about how violence against the police has gone up and specifically about. The Phoenix police department is this number? Too low to high why is it only? To tasers versus twenty. Eight Phoenix police shootings let's. Talk to Darren Birch now he's got thirty years law enforcement many with the Phoenix PD retired Phoenix police sergeant and author of, the new book twisted but true about his. Life, and law enforcement Darren is this number high? Or low to you twenty eight to No I think it? Sounds about right What's more important is looking at individual cases to. See if that was, appropriate or not that type of weapon a tasers. A very specialized, tool that has limitations so you wouldn't you say in a liberal type exchange for somebody with a gun or somebody charging you with a knife because of the distance that the taser. Propels probes is a limited distance appointee so if a single obstacle is, out there with a with. Justice, teaser he's gonna end up dead yeah that's kind of, what I thought if a man is let's say that you gotta suspect who's. Scott a knife and I'm the cop I'm. Not pulling my taser opponent my. Firearm that could cut. Right through. Me that's a deadly weapon. I'm not I'm not screwing around here I'm not going to try and, taste you if you've got a knife especially if you have a gun while. I'm, not even looking at my teaser Yeah there are scenarios but. They're very very unique where you have somebody with a night they're threatening but they're not charging and you may have multiple authors that's the perfect plan that you could then deployed peyser officers lives at. Risk because they have their service weapon out so there are those scenarios, but again the scenario would. Dictate, whether officer would would be able to have a watch, free appointing a taser Darren birches joining us and I would think that do. You usually use a taser if someone is. Resisting arrest like if one officer. Has the guy kinda. Down and. He's struggling and he's moving. And he doesn't wanna be arrested is that isn't that when are you, tell me if I'm wrong isn't that when most officers deploy the teacher taser Really depends. On a, particular police they all. Have their different general orders or operational procedures as it. Dictates the use of keizer However I can't say before I left, the with the Phoenix you weren't able use? Your, taser within uncooperative, combative individual but, again teaser you don't wanna use it around anybody. Who's pregnant, you don't want to use it somebody that you say. Has a health problem maybe your heart condition so there's limitations to the keizer so I don't want to over use. It but I don't want. To you, said the best thing about tasers is always having the training and no shoot shoot scenarios and when, to use a taser. Because that's the best kind of training is 'cause there's so? Many specialized scenarios we couldn't? Even lift them in a day retired Phoenix police sergeant and author Darren Birch joins us over thirty years of police experience then then Darren? And I think I know the answer to, this but you tell me then why have one Why why have a taser then if. It's used so infrequently and if. Most calls it's necessary for you to have, a firearm and I. Don't wanna take firearms away from cops but why have the taser then because, it's the perfect toll for. Perfect situations just like obser- pleasant is a you know a threshold for you know to prevent that use of force just like verbal persuasion just like your Mace just like your side handle petanque just like. The you know what they call the beanbag. These are, all tools and collectively. They provide us with a less lethal alternative which is. Good even if it's seven percent because seven percent time STAN thought, that Darren one thing I don't understand is Tasers don't they don't do the job all the time, you could nail. A guy with a taser and for one reason, or another guy still, walking I don't get that part Oh it's happened to me I had a young officer there. Was a subject that was. Threatening a woman who was speeding Prager into an apartment the officer right fully soul. Was a plate of a, barricade situation, and was ready deploys teaser it was ineffective on him I went to grab. Him and throw him on the. Ground and I got paid so it. Depends on different you know drugs in their? System and. All sorts of other factors to include their. Clothing so it's not the perfect tool it's a great tool in certain situations what does it, feel like to get taste Fun Not specifically what is not, fun lock your, body what? Happened It does it if you picture you know, being executed when putting a sometime, metal device into, a outlet Now like that Overextended. Amount, of time luckily I was able to just hold onto the guy until the cycle is off and that was able to resume the fight retired Phoenix police. Sergeant and, author, Darren Birch Darren thank you for the insight as always have. A great weekend you guys to answer. Effort all week what does it feel like? To get taste not fun and it. Shouldn't be, fun I mean there's things, should not tickle but as we pointed out sometimes, they don't work but his Darren pointed out better to have that tool in your arsenal. Shirt. And not yes, so this again we always tell you read read more. Than the headline Twenty-eight Phoenix police shootings to use tasers, they, will? Well? Well? Why why what it's not, for every situation but neither is a. Gun fire aspects these days are more combative They're carrying a weapon and. I'll say it again if I'm a cop? You got a knife you ain't gonna. Taste wrangling, and get shot right because, if you come towards me with a knife that, how did deadly weapon and guess what I'm going home you might not be but I. Am. All right coming, up we've got the five o'clock KTAR news expansion fifteen. Minutes of commercial free non stop news traffic and weather, an, announcement? By? The? McCain family came down this, morning.
"phoenix police" 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.
"phoenix police" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"With MAC and Gaydos News Well if you take a look at the Phoenix police department Let me give you a couple of statistics In two thousand seventeen There were twenty. One. Officer involved shootings okay In two thousand sixteen there. Were twenty five shootings. In two thousand fifteen there were seventeen shootings we're halfway. Through this year and there are thirty one so they tied a record. The. All time high the all. Time high yeah and it will. Be broken unfortunately someone. Is going, to die this is what happens you know unfortunately there's going to be a criminal out there and there's. Going to be a. Fight in somebody's gonna? Somebody's gonna pass away why is this happening? Is this something that we should worry about because the Phoenix police did tie, the. Record for for shootings in this year right and back then that spurred. A study by ASU and calls for reform let's talk to Darren, Birch retired Phoenix police sergeant and author twisted but true. Stories, from DARREN'S own? Experience in law enforcement. Darren how, are you. I'm good yourself back pretty good pretty good. So As a former cop is a former law, enforcement agent does it bother you that they've already tied. The, all time record? And what do you. Think it, says about. Phoenix Yeah it absolutely concerns me, is becoming very violent out there very dangerous to be a police officer I, think what it saying that there's a lot of factors that played there's no doubt about it but what I'm seeing Excuse me what I'm seeing. There's this intense. Attitude of disrespect for hatred toward police ends in all facets of our society, politics these various anti police groups media social media and I, think, this barrage of I guess you could call an anti cop rhetoric is growing. Like a cancer reaches that wrong person at the wrong time and their life whether, it's mental health issues like depression or a crew. Filming oh, that ends up using it as? Kind of like fodder towards against the police and because what we're seeing. These police shooting is the act of aggression towards place whether it's. An armed, person or or a vehicle I mean what was it a year ago we saw that person that tried to run over. Three officers, come out it could be in store and that would. Even a police shooting you know obser-. Free to use other means to their spoil SEL less lethal alternatives to. Stop that person who tried, to kill them so So that's, my concern yeah I agree with you Darren I think that, I, don't think cops are trigger happy I think that criminals are more violent and. Police then have to act a little bit more aggressively to make sure they get, home to their families so my next question for. You is, if this is the case and? Criminals are more violent and they're getting shot do police need to be. Retrained in any way in this day and age with the new. Type of, criminal that's out there one that will take on a police officer instead of doing what they're told sit down don't say. Anything Yeah Yeah my gut reaction is no. Stay on. Course we have a lot of less lethal alternatives out, there which is a good. Thing I think what we need to do more of and not that we haven't been doing good job, this but is instead of fighting fire with fire is is go out there to the community and changed that radically changed that. Dialogue we're doing a good job with. That we just need to continue on that path and car ride the storm. Out hopefully this will be nominally and next, year the following, years you, know the appreciating will go. Down he'll be less anger towards police out, there but I do believe in community based policing and really having great programs out, there you, know interact with the mental health, committee interact with all sorts of aspects of our community Darron. Burke she's a retired, Phoenix police, sergeant author of the book, twisted but. True You know, you are you're caught for. A long time and you saw people on, the street you saw the reaction that people had what do you think it is, is it, the fact that they are emboldened, or is it that they say how can somebody think they. Can take on a. Cop and, win I just don't understand, that mentality No I think you're you're. Right when you use the. Word embolden, you, know because you. Can't watch YouTube turn. On the TV and I see some, social media video out there of various I use the word, loosely citizens you know with these f. bombs and. Taunting police. When the police are doing with some type of disturbance and then they add fuel to the fire. We didn't have that before I mean we we'd. Had Ellison society are anti police that's just name of the game, criminals but we're seeing. More and more of these if you will normal citizens that have this embolden, aspect towards police they're resisting so police officers are now in a. Position, where they're doing. What, would have, been a normal rest they're, almost all these resisting. Because they're emboldened out there'd be anti please this disrespecting as making the. Police officer death so much more difficult. I've talked to some fear officers? That were around in the sixties and seventies and they're even saying that day, is more violent than back then well Darren Birch retired Phoenix police? Sergeant author of the book twists Darren thanks, so much we appreciate it Any, time my friends I'll. Police in Phoenix tire record for shootings we're only six, months in, and the chief has said we want we want some. Help, from a national organization coming up next. We've got the big four at four we'll take the first twenty minutes of the four o'clock hour in. Present for big blockbuster stories to you get some perspective with Bruce in panel at Uber shut, down their autonomous cars after a, fatality just four months ago at Phoenix. But they're talking about restarting the program how soon will? We, see self-driving Uber's in the valley, again, believe me.
"phoenix police" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Get some perspective bruce st james and pamela hughes ktar news on ninety two three fm so we're getting some new information in trying to kind of flesh out the story of the string of homicides in the valleys specifically around the scottsdale area that we believe ended this morning when police contacted the alleged murderer right so so we had this whole scenario started on thursday with the murder of a forensic psychologist dr steven pet then there were two paralegals who were murdered over the weekend and a therapist as well who was found dead inside of his office over the weekend this morning you had police respond to the extended stay america suites scottsdale and they were tracking the suspect and they tracked him to that hotel they started to evacuate people in neighbouring rooms and then this is what sergeant vince lewis says happened detectives received strong indications that led them to a suspect as of this morning that suspect was tracked let me let me clarify over the last day and a half that suspect was tracked to a room here at the extended state early this morning phoenix police tactical team set up on that room evacuated the adjacent rooms during that operation shots were fired inside the suspect's room nobody was injured outside of that room our tactical team did make entry into that room and located the suspect deceased from an apparent self inflicted gunshot people obviously trying to figure out why the suspect has been named as dwight jones we understand maybe some of the relationship or at least loose relationship now between him and the victims right and all has to do with a a divorce right now law enforcement sources are telling us as suspect who they believe committed suicide side is white jones had been living at the extended stay america hotel for some time where he got into a shootout with police and then he was found dead in his hotel room abc news has now learned the suspect dwight jones was involved in a tough divorce in twenty eleven there were fights over money and child custody issues jones apparently wasn't paying alimony and had a history of violence dr steven pit.
"phoenix police" 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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"Sza that got an allied superstation one on one w why d e andrew and jim hanging out with you this friday making it happen one story jim that abbas skeptical of at first but i started seeing uh other people other outlets report on it was this guy now let me see if i can find i think i lost it not in liz i still gotta in arizona man who said he wanted to send the message about guns in the aftermath of the shooting in las vegas he voluntarily turned in his two weapons to the phoenix police and two firearms he turned him into police because he wanted to let people know hashish is not worth it any more i'm willingly give him my guns and i hope you guys do the same so as you ask theresa the question of would you be willing to let the government no what kind of guns jehanna how many got um this guy he won object he said i'm just gonna get my guns volume up jonathan parine is his name thirty six years old he owns a coffee shop and downtown phoenix which tells you a lot of what you need no no offence do you people coffeeshops but in downtown phoenix it's a different scenario deci he and his wife owned the coffee shop surprisingly he's got a life oh saidi called police to ask if an officer could come pick up his got his guns now first of all what are you think police thing oh this is a lack of though we got a wagon noodle he's looking for some suicide backup he's calling us out there set us up said dude told the paper that he was motivated by the mass shooting so on and so forth he said who doesn't love las vegas he.