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Man Pleads Guilty in Fatal Shootings of 8 From Ohio Family
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting an Ohio man pleads guilty in the killings of eight people a twenty eight year old Ohio man has pleaded guilty in the murders of eight people including his child's mother and seven members of her family Edward Jake Wagner is plea to twenty three counts came on the fifth anniversary of when the shootings were discovered in southern Ohio he also agreed to cooperate in the cases against his parents and brother the rodent family slayings in April twenty sixteen shocked Pike County authorities say a custody dispute led to the slayings Wagner wasn't immediately sentenced but his lawyers acknowledged in court the plea means he will die in prison hi Mike Crossey up
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"Pike County, Ohio, right now, listen to the pectin massacre wherever you get your podcasts, wcbm lose time. 903 Good morning on Michael Philip Elliott, 6 80 Wcbm Maryland News Center With the headlines in the news this hour, the State Board of Elections expected to consider several proposals to consolidate some in person voting centers due to a shortage of election judges. Given Larry Hogan is warning the board against the wholesale closure of polling places, he cautioned that large scale consolidations could disenfranchise voters. He's urging the board to act with urgency by mailing out vote by mail applications and recruiting. Ction judges. Maryland's police reform work group held a virtual public meeting to discuss police reform and accountability. Some who addressed the panel called for mandatory de escalation, training for police, a repeal of the law enforcement officers bill of rights and creators, creating a civilian review board with the power to investigate and charge police. You will no longer need cash to go through Maryland tolls. All toll stations operated by the Maryland Transportation Authority are now cashless. Maryland drivers are being encouraged to obtain an easy pass for folks to pay. The lowest toll amounts a fatal hit and run accident. Last night, Around 10 on York Road between Lake and Walker Avenues near the City County line. Officers found the person lying on the road pronounced dead at the scene. Anyone who may have witnessed the accident Asked to call police and Maryland authorities say the baby girl delivered was in critical condition after her mother was fatally shot has died. Howard County Police say 30 year old rib eye Ahmed was 28 weeks pregnant when she was shot July 30 1st doctors were able to deliver the baby Girl Asia who was in critical condition until she passed away sports After this Arang attacks,.
"pike county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"From a farm in Pike County, Alabama, to the halls of Congress in Washington, D. C. Georgia congressman John Lewis knew both places well and tomorrow his body will lie in state at the U. S Capitol this weekend. The civil rights icon is being remembered in his hometown of Troy, Alabama, and in Selma, where he was beaten by police during a civil rights march in 1960 tried to help integrate lunch counters in Nashville, Tennessee. He ordered a hamburger and a Coke at all. White lunch counter, he said. It was his God given right. He was refused service. The next year, he tried to integrate interstate buses across the south that led to one, beating the left him unconscious by the side of the road, Then finally, 1965 Bloody Sunday, Right here the march over the Edmund Pettus Bridge from Selma to Montgomery. He led 600 nonviolent protestors working for voting rights, Fox says Steve Harrigan Lewis died last weekend after a battle with cancer. He was 80. Autopsies are pending on three bodies found in a submerged car. In Georgia. Police in Richmond County say a woman and her 10 month old twins were discovered Friday. The car was found in a pond by someone who was fishing. Ah, working weekend for Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, who met with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows yesterday and others. To talk about the next Corona virus stimulus package. Democrats want to extend enhanced unemployment benefits, but Republicans feel the payments encourage people not to return to work. Millions of Americans are losing unemployment benefits from the prior relief package. Americans unemployed. We're receiving $600 a week from the government that stops now, as Republicans and Democrats try to hammer out a new plan. Meanwhile, President Trump repeatedly pushed for a payroll tax cut to take stress off Americans find Actually suffering. Ultimately, though, Democrats they nicked the idea.
"pike county" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"From a farm in Pike County, Alabama, to the halls of Congress in Washington, D. C. Georgia congressman John Lewis knew both places well and tomorrow his body will lie in state at the U. S Capitol this weekend. The civil rights icon is being remembered in his hometown of Troy, Alabama, and in Selma, where he was beaten by police during a civil rights march in 1960 tried to help integrate lunch counters in Nashville, Tennessee. He ordered a hamburger and a Coke at all. White lunch counter, he said. It was his God given right. He was refused service. The next year, he tried to integrate interstate buses across the South that led to one, beating the left him unconscious by the side of the road, Then finally, 1965 Bloody Sunday, Right here the march over the Edmund Pettus Bridge from Selma to Montgomery. He led 600 nonviolent protestors working for voting rights. Fox's Steve Harrigan Lewis died last weekend after a battle with cancer. He was 80. Autopsies are pending on three bodies found in a submerged car. In Georgia. Police in Richmond County say a woman and her 10 month old twins were discovered Friday. The car was found in a pond by someone who was fishing. Ah, working weekend for Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, who met with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows yesterday and others. To talk about the next Corona virus stimulus package. Democrats want to extend enhanced unemployment benefits, but Republicans feel the payments encourage people not to return to work. Millions of Americans are losing unemployment benefits from the prior relief package. Americans unemployed. We're receiving $600 a week from the government that stops now, as Republicans and Democrats try to hammer out a new plan. Meanwhile, President Trump repeatedly pushed for a payroll tax cut. Take stress off Americans financially suffering. Ultimately, though, Democrats nixed the idea boxes David Sponge, and I'm him. Arnold.
Kentucky coal miners end protest with paychecks
"In eastern Kentucky coal miners blocked a railroad track today in protest the miners worked for quest energy and they said they hadn't received pay since December twenty seventh the protest follows the example of a different group of Kentucky miners those miners staged a similar blockade for months last summer and eventually won back pay told Russell is one of the miners who protested today your stand up for yourself and and for for dressing as we got your money somehow you know and it worked for them so much I don't give a shot to see if we can get our money somehow Sydney bowls a reporter for the Ohio valley resource joins us from Kentucky where she's been covering that protests in Sydney I know you've reported that the protesters wrapped up did these miners get what they wanted they did they did we got word late this afternoon that the miners had received back pay in their bank accounts the miners are saying that they were concerned that if they hadn't locked the train they wouldn't have received that money but in kind of a complicated twist they're also saying that there are concerns that taking the stand will make it harder for them to find work in the future right because this is been a very high profile protests right and they feel like they got paid because of it absolutely minus that I spoke to were we're fairly certain that they wouldn't have received this pay if they hadn't locked that string how about the company Qwest energy what comments have they had on the situation so I received two statements from quest energy yesterday in the first statement they were very conciliatory they said they understood the miners frustration and they were doing everything they could to make sure the miners got paid but ID interestingly in response to some follow up questions that I sent them quest energies parent company American resources corporation sent me an additional statement that had a very different tone they were essentially planning the minors for not receiving pay saying that by blocking this train they were making it harder for for them to receive back pay so those were the comments from quest energy before since the blockade is ended have you heard from them I have not heard from them since then I want to talk about the blockade itself because it's the second in half a year what's going on with this industry and its workers right so coal mining in Appalachia production has been on the decline since the nineteen nineties but this is a really prolonged and extraordinary slump in order to combat the the declining share of coal in our nation's energy portfolio a lot of cool companies have been turning to metallurgical coal which is called it's used to make steel but recently we've seen that even that turn has not been enough to to bolster this this flagging industry we recently had some analysis showing that coal mining in Appalachia is expected to decline a further twenty percent by twenty twenty one and that means that things are not likely to turn around that's in the bowls a reporter for the Ohio valley resource covering the coal miner blockade in Pike County Kentucky that blockade has racked up anything so much
Kentucky miners block coal train over missed paychecks
"In Kentucky a second protest by coal miners over back pay blocks a train we get that story now from ABC's trucks Iverson some Kentucky coal miners and their families stood on train tracks in Pike County to prevent a train loaded with coal from leaving saying they had work since December sixteenth without being paid and fifty miners are owed wages minor saying they were supposed to be paid last Friday were told by their company Qwest energy to wait till Monday when the date was pushed back again quest
14 horses shot and killed in Kentucky
"Story the reward for information in a case involving over a dozen murder horses in eastern Kentucky is going up at least fourteen horses were found fatally shot at a strip mine you're the Floyd Pike County line authorities say it appears the horses had been hunted and that fulls and pregnant mares were among those killed the reward for information leading to an arrest in the case started at five hundred dollars however thanks to the help of the Humane Society of the United States the Kentucky Humane Society and several additional donors that reward has gone up to fifteen thousand dollars Heatley Hanson news radio eight forty
15 horses apparently shot and killed in Kentucky, authorities say
"At least fifteen horses in Kentucky had been found dead deputies in Pike County say the horses were shot at a strip mine site some of the horses were cold others were pregnant a rescue group says it looks like the animals have been
Jury selection to begin for Pike County grandmother accused of covering up Rhoden family murders
"Jury selection begins this morning for the first person to go on trial stemming from the road and family members in Pike County three years ago read a new comes a mother and grandmother of the murder suspects Neukom facing forgery perjury and obstructing justice charges she stars of forging custody documents for her grandson Jake Wagner who had a child with one of the victims police say the custody battle was the reason for the execution style
Suspect in deadly gas station shooting, cross-county chase identified
"The man who went on a crime spree in Adams in pike county's yesterday that left at least two people dead in a woman injured identified as forty four year old Brandon Carter Carter eventually taking his own life in the
"pike county" Discussed on WTVN
"From Adams County into Pike County where spike strips because his vehicle to go off the road Carter within shooting kill himself the woman Carter shot was said to be in stable condition Friday night I'm Sean Gallagher more issues coming down involving Cleveland mayor Frank Jackson's family this time his sixteen year old great grandson who has been charged with participating in gang activity Jackson's great grandson was one of three juveniles and three adults charged for activity observed by investigators between last new year's eve in July seventeenth the mother of Jackson's great grandson lives on east thirty ninth street mayor Jackson lives on east thirty eighth that's where his grandson twenty two year old Frank Q. Jackson also lives he was recently indicted for allegedly beating his team girlfriend rob Bailey reporting to little police the bucking a viral Facebook post alleging a kidnapping Toledo police are asking that people be careful what they share online a Facebook post from someone claiming that a person tried to steal their baby at the Toledo zoo went viral Toledo police on Facebook and Twitter say that post was completely false and fabricated and if the person who wrote it would have filed an actual police report they'd be facing criminal charges now I'm Jack Crumley in king's island will shut down its vortex roller coaster next month officials say when it opened in nineteen eighty seven the coaster was the tallest and fastest full circuit wide in the world with six loops its last day will be October twenty seventh the muezzin park is currently building a new roller coaster after also retiring the fire hawk this past year I'm Kyle Cornell..
"pike county" Discussed on WTVN
"The man suspected of going on a crime spree in Adams in Pike County sobriety that left two dead a woman injured has been identified forty four year old Brandon Carter allegedly shot and killed a delivery driver while attempting to kidnap a female clerk from a marathon gas station and seamen who he would shoot an injured when she tried to run away after robbing another gas station across the street it led to a pursuit that ended in Pike County when spike strips cost cutters carted off the road he was then said to have shot and killed himself a home Carter living with his mother was also set on fire before he tried to kidnap the clerk at a body was found the Adams County sheriff police Carter said it the great grandson of Cleveland mayor Frank Jackson is now accused of participating and gang activity juvenile court records show is great grandson may have been charged in gang related activity that happened between December of last year and July of this year Jackson's grandson Frank you Jackson is currently facing charges for allegedly beating his teenage girlfriend and Ohio amusement park is closing another roller coaster it surpassed expectations but king's island says that the vortex has finally reach the end of its service life and will close for good at the end of this season when it opened at the theme park in Mason back in nineteen eighty seven vortex was the tallest full circuit roller coaster with the highest drop in the world it was also the first coaster with six inversions a park spokesman says that similar steel coasters last about twenty five to thirty years vortex will be retired after thirty three seasons its last day in service October twenty seventh Rick you Chaigneau college football action across the state today number five Ohio state this is the brass get tonight at seven thirty Cincinnati hence the Marshall for a five o'clock kick off to legal host B. Y. U. Miami welcomes in buffalo both games at noon Akron is at.
"pike county" Discussed on WTVN
"The doctor Pike County sheriff Charles reader has been suspended after his indictment on over a dozen criminal charges and today and you acting leader of the department has been named by county commissioners name chief deputy Bob Barbie acting sheriff this morning that is until the democratic party's Central Committee appoint an interim replacement tonight that committee will meet to consider several candidates for interim sheriff but a vote isn't likely until next week and saw comes after the current chair of Charles reader was suspended by the Ohio Supreme Court yesterday reader faces sixteen counts including theft in office tampering with evidence he has pleaded not guilty our news partners at ABC six and in Ohio based company is getting a bit closer to testing and marijuana breath testing device that triple beam technologies Hey say they have partnered for the cannot buster as with a partner who will build the devices the company says they are currently recruiting law enforcement agencies to test out the device as well it uses a saliva sample to get marijuana intoxication results within fifteen minutes radio six ten WTVN sports baseball's regular season resumes on Thursday the Texas Rangers host the Houston Astros at eight PM Reds and Indians have the day off tribe host the twins Friday night at progressive field Minnesota has a five and a half game lead on Cleveland for the top spot in the AL central the Cincinnati Reds and bark on a six game road trip tomorrow the first half of that will be spent in Colorado versus the Rockies Columbus clippers aback at Huntington park tonight at seven oh five the play the Indianapolis Indians in the first of a four game series women's semi finals today at Wimbledon Simona Halep BT Elina Svitolina in straight sets to advance to a first finals appearance Serena Williams sweat Barbeau Estrie cover to advance to her eleventh women's final help in Williams will face off Saturday morning at ten AM from the central Ohio Honda dealer sports desk Eric research newsradio six ten WTVN.
"pike county" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The pike county attorney's office has wrapped up an investigation into the self driving. Uber crash that killed a woman in timpee last March KTAR's Ashley flood is live in the news center with the findings. Becky, there's no basis for criminal liability for Uber, and they will not be responsible for the crash or face criminal charges. Elaine Hertzberg was crossing the street last March near mill avenue and Corey road, but was not in the crosswalk. She was hit and killed a chilling video of the crash shows Hertzberg, visible and the car's headlights walking with her bike across the street. Video shows the driver looking down then up at the time of the crash. Jaba pike county attorney's Sheila Polk says the video of the crash does not accurately show the events that occurred and are asking Tempe police to obtain more evidence, you can see the video for yourself at KTAR dot com. Live in the news center. Ashley flood KT. They are news. The vice president spent the day in Phoenix telling a manufacturer's association that they're making America. Great again. Mike Pence accused former President Obama of giving up on manufacturing going to the last administration more than two thousand manufacturing jobs were lost every single month on average, the vice president pledged the White House will partner with the national association of manufacturers to create more jobs by continuing to cut regulations federal red tape cost manufacturing businesses and astounding nineteen thousand five hundred dollars per employee per year, the vice president also called on congress to fund a large scale infrastructure and road building campaign. Peter say more KTAR news ninety thousand dollars. That's how much the drugs were worth in the latest fennel bust in Pinellas county, Nevada for Ghani with the sheriff's office. There says deputy pulled over a man and a woman who was dressed like a nun on the I ten near Aloi, obviously, this is extremely concerning. And it's a large amount of sentinel. And we're just glad our deputies were able to conduct the traffic stop complete their investigation. And they were able to take this to know off the streets. We're Ghani says bundles of the drugs were found on the women's body under her clothes and in her purse. The two are facing several charges. Let's check on the traffic now with detour Dan from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Thank you back. You landon. We've got some traffic. You know, I knew knew there was something up. And I was talking to my buddy. Larry that was on prior to me. And sure enough we had that rolling closure earlier for the phone is the vice president, and it ended up backing up the I ten terribly. And here's the problem when rush hour came around, it didn't recover we have now, I wonder why is it? So at fifty seven minutes.
"pike county" Discussed on WTVN
"Of the suspects in the pike county murders getting some financial help from Ohio attorney general Dave Justice. Shouldn't be a matter of how fat your wallet is. This is a state of Ohio prosecution. That's what the indictment says. The state of Ohio versus the defendant and the state auto willing to cover the costs on an extraordinary once in a lifetime kind of prosecution like this ios went to pike county Thursday to deliver a one hundred thousand dollars down payment for the upcoming trials. Four members of the whitener family of pled not guilty in the murders of eight members of the road and family from April of two thousand sixteen the Franklin county coroner's asking for help in identifying a woman whose body was found in nineteen ninety eight police say the woman was found may seventeenth of that year hardy Parkway street and grove city coroner says the woman's African American was found wearing black pants black shirt along with the Beijing blue vest anyone within throw on the woman's identity is asked to contact BCI. Well, how governor Mike dewine floats? The idea of raising the gas tax in Ohio to help cover project at one point five billion dollar highway budget shortfall raising the gas tax is never a politically popular idea for any elected leader. But oh dots. Balance sheet show a dim future. Governor assembled a committee to go over there. Numbers. Carolina Ramsey handles communications for Honda, and as part of that committee. She has concerns about taxing electric vehicles and hybrids, this is an nascent section of the auto industry. You know, it's it's a small percentage. I think it's probably three percent, maybe the total vehicle. Registrations. The gasoline tax was last raised fourteen years ago here in Ohio, Jared, alad NewsRadio six ten WTVN. It's one final. Farewell today for Columbus. Police chief Kim Jacobs. She heads off to retirement ABC. Six is Mike McCarthy's says Jacobs was a trailblazer. From the moment. She joined the forest Jacobs. First job was a patrol officer.
"pike county" Discussed on WTVN
"Six. Oh, six NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Doubling down on the Rolling Stones music this morning, happy seventy fifth birthday. To Keith Richards. It's his world we're living in it. Mike Elliott infra Joel Riley joined in studio by defense attorney Brad cough will hurt here. Every Sunday morning at eleven for the defense. Thanks for getting up early. And joining us, Brad. Beat the morning press. It's beautiful and you're throwing the hat and the hoodie it go work this way. How about the pike county sheriff is being accused of? Yeah. Toll-free someone like drug money evidence money. I don't know. But I here's what I will tell you. When you go into when you go into other counties, rural counties, small counties, and you're representing someone whose families lived there. A long time, which is not atypical take that down by county. Ross county you name your county. Everyone seems to know the sheriff, and everyone seems to go to high school with the sheriff. They've got some dirt on the sheriff get gossip on the sheriff. And I gotta tell you a lot of these cases are fate. Our client families wants to. What? Go investigate that. Yeah. Well, we heard he's got a gambling problem. We heard that. He's got a he's a swinger. We heard that. He he's doing drugs, and we hear that quite a bit. When we go out of county, not not seventy five percent of the time. But you hear it enough. You're like man, I wonder if there's something to this. And every now, and then you'll see a sheriff's name bubble to the surface where the attorney general's office. They'll get wind of this still investigate it. And boom, you have a sheriff getting indicted. I don't know about I don't know about the pike county sheriff all I know is I hear this quite a bit. And it tends to be gossip sheriff Charles reader accused of pocketing cash from drug busts. It was an anonymous tip. Okay. So again, you take it for what it's worth, and let me tell you about drug bust money or not necessary joins.
"pike county" Discussed on WTVN
"In pike county courtroom to hear what charges the state is bringing against her for her role in the pike county murders took forty eight minutes for judge Randy Deering to read aloud all twenty two counts against Angelo Wagner seated beside her attorneys. Angela Joe Wagner inflicted physical harm on another to wit. Dana Roden Hannah may Roden and or Christopher rodent junior Wagner. Her husband and two sons are accused of various roles in gunning down eight members of the road and family two and a half years ago. The Ohio attorney general says a custody dispute played a role in their conspiracy to commit murder Jared. Allen NewsRadio six ten WTVN. He pled guilty to one count of aggravated vehicular homicide as well as account of Ovalles. Now, a thirty one year old man will spend the next eight years behind bars for a deadly hit and run Franklin county. Prosecutor Ron O'Brien says Jonathan Kaufman struck Linda Evans on park meadow road lab. July and then fled the scene. Evans's husband was out looking for her when she did not come home from jogging and drove up to the scene and was is what happened he suspected. And then later learned that that was his wife is just a terrible terrible circumstances. A former Dublin bridal store elegant bride is being sued by the attorney general accused of failing to deliver wedding gowns to its customers the business closed abruptly in March without advance notice and the lawsuit filed today. Seek reimbursement for the bride's attorney general Mike dewine says they want to prevent the company's owner Francis. Murphy from doing business with other customers, and they stayed as well until they have paid off where they are ordered to pay Ohio secretary of State, John. Huston says one hundred and four million dollars is being made available to all of Ohio's eighty eight county board of elections to begin the process of acquiring some new voting equipment his office today. Some voters are. Are still casting their ballots on voting equipment that predates the first generation iphone taking this taking this action. Now, he says allows the voting machines to be put in place next year so poll workers can be trained and the equipment can be tested. Well, ahead of that twenty twenty presidential election. I'm Alison why into your ABC six first warning weather forecast is coming up in sixty seconds. The army national.
"pike county" Discussed on WTVN
"The fourth for his role in the pike county. Murderers in April of two thousand sixteen ABC six is Lou Ann soy is. He's tried to argue Wagner has no prior criminal history. Prosecutors pointed out the threats Wagner made to police and others. Investigators say the Wagner's were calculated they knew their habits, even where people slept and now authorities tell us it was the mistakes the Wagner's made that may have done them in Angela Wagner is set for arraignment today. A move to eliminate the statute of limitations for cases of rape and sexual abuse underway at the state house. Attorney Gloria Allred joint supporters want future victims to be protected. Many of these men have sons and daughters, and they want the world to be a better fairer, safer place for them. And that is why they are supporting change in the law. She was joined by a former Ohio State athletics. Physician. Dr Richard Strauss who allegedly molested hundreds of student athletes for decades, universities currently conducting their own investigation into the matter. Columbus mayor ginther and city council announcing a proposal for campaign finance reform, the implementing contribution limits following a US supreme court rule. Allowing the disclosure of dark money being used to influence elections. The proposal seeks to limit annual contributions to under thirteen thousand dollars create new disclosure rules require audits of all campaign filings and institute a system for reporting violations. Russia's President Trump will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin despite the recent clashes between Russian and Ukrainian warships, Illinois, congressman Adam kissing her says, he wouldn't be terribly upset. Trump doesn't cancel the meeting but advised him to do. So if he doesn't have to be very cautious to go into this. Very steely, I'm not trying to be Putin's friend in on the last direct meeting with Putin didn't go too. Well. And so this is an opportunity of action making go pretty strong. And there are now reports that the Russian navy's blockading to Ukrainian ports making quite a splash on social media. The eyepopping red berry Christmas trees at the White House were designed by an Ohio florist who beat out some seven thousand applicants Vicki Wynn. Strips slogan is not your ordinary florist Senator forty one year career decorating, the White House was something. She says she always. Wanted to do this never dreamed. I would do it or get the her creations in a place where the most important people in our world have been at her husband doing the paperwork and helping the floral designer seal the White House designed deal as for the online critics the first lady says twenty first century and everybody has a different taste. I think they look fantastic. Dave packer. ABC news. Scattered light wintry mix today, a high of thirty seven it's cloudy and twenty six right now, I'm Scott Jennings. Stay connected to Columbus and central Ohio on the hour, thirty minutes past and as.
"pike county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"There's just no way in the last two weeks to your knowledge as pike county. Prosecutor rob junk reached out to anyone. Well, he's been. I mean, he's worked with the attorney general's office. Mike dewine office. I just don't know. I don't know the experience the attorney Joe detrani Janelle. Kind of a. Misnomer to think that they are criminal. Prosecutors. They're not they they earn assistant attorney general, they they tend to do almost entirely civil stuff, you know, high owners eighty eight counties only prosecutor, it's permitted to do criminal cases is elected prosecutor of that county. So it's a misnomer to think in Ohio, the AG's office is set up to handle criminal prosecutions. It is not it is it's not in the they run BCI, which is the bureau criminal investigation. And they be see I was instrumental in the investigation of this crime. They assisted the sheriff there in pike county. But the reality is the attorney general's office. Now, we we cross designate them I like for in an environmental crime, which they. Handle many times. I'll get a call from bar Cosgrove the regional guy in Cincinnati. Who used to work in our office and say can you deputise a couple of us is Hamilton Janney. Prosecutors because only in Cincinnati, and they only county only the hamlet gay prosecutor can do that. And so we'll swear them in and then they can prosecute. But the key point is the AG's office in Ohio is not the criminal prosecutor, the Ada County prosecutors are in charge of that. Right. So so Mr John can deputise assistant attorney general's to assist in the prosecution or he can reach out to other prosecutors to do that. Would you him to do that? God. Yes. I can't even imagine. I mean, the laws in the death penalty, Ohio or so their their system at the same time complicated. If you don't have experience in that you're looking at a nightmare. I hope over the this holiday Christmas comes up suddenly is going to be the first week in January. And most of the time is run, and it's a monster legal hurdle and less somebody whether it's Joost dewine or rob junk says, okay? Let's let's have a big Powell. And see what happens. There's a possibility that these murderers will go free because the technicality that possibility correct? There is a state don't file anything, you know, in Dave. He's not gonna get sworn in until January fourteenth and early February the time all of laps. So I suspect there, look, we're not dealing with them people here. I suspect they're on top of it. But it's still a there's a lot of a lot of things to cross before you're going to be ready to go to trial. If they don't if they don't fire. L stuff. And that's a big. Yes. Because most defense attorneys are scared to death of being sued, you know, incompetence of council all this stuff ineffective assistance council. Excuse me there. There's lots of stuff that could possibly stop them to file stuff to toll time, which means the time stops, but on the other hand, there's a there's a legal game to be played not to follow the motions. Therefore, the time doesn't stop Joe. We gotta run good luck to you. And I I pray to God that the Justice system gets Justice to those eight rodents killed seemingly by the Wagner's. Joe thanks, and by the way, may you and yours have a happy thanksgiving. You to talk to you soon. God bless y'all..
"pike county" Discussed on WTVN
"Welcome back. We are waiting for the press conference on the arrest in the pike county murders Nathan. So we're about one minute away from what I understand. So we'll be joining that here in a second. They finally got. More than two years after this murder of the family of eight people could grief, they arrested the four people, which is a family, George Wagner, the third forty-seven Angela Wagner forty-eight, George Wagner, the fourth twenty seven and Edward Jake Wagner twenty six so these are the four that were arrested for the killing there in pike county that family oh my gosh. It was eight people. And obviously, it's not like, I'm just not reading this. I just kind of you know, it it slips your mind is it's not exactly top of mind all the time. But boy eight people and that was awful, obviously, some more than two it's been two years since that actually happened. Yeah. Josh is giving me. So how how actually we're like what twenty seconds away or something like that? Or? Yeah. It sounds like the attorney general in the pike county sheriff walk into the room that they have not started talking suze. Do I'll give you a heads up here? Okay. All right. So anyway, yeah. Any second. We're going to actually be going to that. So I actually hesitate to start talking about, you know, anything of substance. It's we're actually stalling if you will do we can get to the press conference. But I have to do I do want to say this earlier today. Wall burgers brought its food truck out to Mark Wahlberg Chevrolet. And this was one thing. I was really sad about because of my schedule today and couldn't get out there. Because of the there's going to end up being a wall burgers. So all right anyway, here is the press conference now live on six ten WTVN..
Dylan Thomas, Pike County and Georgia discussed on Michael Savage
"Georgia high school football player who came out of a game with an injury. And then lost consciousness on the sideline has died. Dylan Thomas is sixteen year old junior at pike county high came out of a game with what they thought was a leg injury later. He complained
"pike county" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I'm sure we'll Castro live into WSB twenty four hour news center in the wake of sex assault allegations against supreme court nominee. Brad. Kavanagh? White House counselor Kellyanne Conway has made a personal revelation of her own very empathetic frankly for victims of sexual assault sexual harassment and rape. That. I'm the victim of sexual assault. I don't expect judge Cavanaugh or Jake tapper or Jeff flake or or anybody to be held responsible for that way. Also tells CNN state of the union the FBI background check of cabinet will be limited in scope, and is not a fishing expedition. She also suggest gender politics is hurting cavenaugh right now, seventy eight degrees on Peachtree street. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up residents across metro Atlanta are raising eyebrows at strange red don't vote campaign signed Trump camp. Twenty twenty a campaign that does not exist in bright letters on top don't vote channel two action. News reports campaign signs bearing this message or cropping up all over northeast Atlanta in historically, left, leaning neighborhoods and residents are puzzled. I think if only exists to arc people and not actually contribute to the political conversation signs say they are paid for by the Georgia Republican socialist party, which does not exist. Bodey brooks. WSB? Breaking news. I I this is w SP twenty four hour continuing news the community. In pike county is coming.
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"I got the autopsy reports from the massacres in pike county couple of years ago. The state attorney general the investigators try to keep these secret. The end choir was among the publications in media outlets that pursued the release of the public material came out yesterday. What it does is just a shed some light on just how brutal this was and how professional it sounds. They were all shot in the head mostly at very close range, in fact, in some of the cases, the members of the rodent family somebody held the gun to the head and pulled the trigger. I said that was so close that they were shot like execution style win the gun actually against the skin of the victims. We know that all more shot in similar fashion. Police I guess. Put together based on the top see results kind of timetable of of how it happened. You know, where they hit I in the gunman went after that, the one thing that I didn't see an autopsy report is if the bullets all matched same guns or how that worked out that was not part of the report, I guess, those are things that are being kept secret has we do know they have never brought anybody to Justice or even identified any kind of a suspect in this case that is now. Well, well over two years old. Why the delay in the autopsy results it was I guess they just didn't want the material coming out because they were afraid it could affect their investigation. They wanted to keep I guess the details of the killing secret in case they ever got somebody in I guess the question them, and then they could maybe use that against them. Do you know the top of your head? How many how many in the same house when they were killed two or three? I I know there were two in the first house in the Pepsi report. Does go into that how they were shot in in the timetable of how they went from one place to the next how a gunshot doesn't wake up the second person. I guess there are far enough away. I mean, maybe because near the shots were muffled. If they were they were done in the in the fashion that they were you know, were they held a gun the people's head amazing. It is coming up on our news at five thirty the first of the gubernatorial debates last night in Dayton. And it was quite spirited. All of a sudden a lot more people are interested in the race between Mike dewine and Richard cordray given their performances last night. We'll have more. Five thirty and seven hundred w w about five eighteen right now. Joe Madden says watch out for those reds next year. Watch out they got some arms. He says we say they don't he says they do gross paying attention to the reds Milwaukee series because it affects the cubs and their run for the NFL central title and said he was keeping track of the score on Tuesday. The reds are in the the three one win Miller park. Then speaking to the reporters after their game of Arizona. I watched before it went outside a little bit. I'm watching the scoreboard trying to play along with Cincinnati's bullpen. They've got some arms out there too. Try to remember the numbers that you see pop up there. He said I've said it a lot Cincinnati's no joke that team on the field is as good as anybody's team on the field. And they're pitching has definitely gotten better watch out next year. Yeah. Watch out next year the reds eight and eleven against the cubs on the season this year, James that bad. Of course, a big loss last night with that flames flames. We'll get details in sports coming up in just a couple of my friends at the.
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"Noon now I'm hurston the Grand Central westbound after one hundred and eleven three left wing closed for work till three in the Bronx roadwork in the major Deegan both directions. Approach you ran concourse the right lanes closed in each direction until three bet on the. Cross Bronx delays between Westchester avenue and the WB, outbound the TWU construction on the lower level blocks the right lane until two thirty and at the bay bridge the tropical scheduled for two fifteen for that ongoing construction transit LIW, airport Washington, branch temporarily suspended in both directions due to a train. Derailed axel tickets being cross, honored also delays on FM q. and w. trains after an earlier. Incident our next traffic report about thirty minutes from the raycatena dot com traffic. Center I'm Christy O'Brien Seventy-seven WABC and now here's channel seven Bill with, forecast showers and thunderstorms are starting to pop up. Again now around Morris county Sussex Warren pike, county Pennsylvania Hudson river valley west will have a few showers pop up thunderstorm around this, evening mostly away from the, city north and. West Coastal sections might see a shower nothing that would cancel any outdoor plans for you this evening we just keep it, on a, handy temperature now is right around eighty four tonight we're. Around seventy four it'll be, Mogi tomorrow another humid day with about a swan factor in about. Nine and a UV index of nine zero we'll be plenty of sunshine you'd. Get a sunburn and under an hour tomorrow with thunderstorms Thursday afternoon the, highest eighty-seven thunderstorms Friday afternoon high eighty six lows. In the mid seventy s there might be, a scattered pop up thunderstorms Saturday afternoon but Sunday we're pretty rain free with highs near, ninety have a great afternoon this is just Seventy. Seven WBZ where New York it was a talk on Wall Street Dow,.
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