32 Burst results for "Property Crime"
Why George Soros Is the Puppeteer of Crime
"As crime rates soar around the country, I'm happy to report that there is a powerful counter movement developing against the George Soros backed district attorneys who have enabled this crime wave to grow and gather momentum and cause havoc. Make life really miserable if not unlivable for many people in democratic cities. Now, Soros here is the puppeteer. I mean, this guy is, I don't know if I'd call him evil and carnet. But he's pretty close to it. I mean, there are very few people who could be called a spawn of Satan, but this guy comes fairly close. He's a malevolent figure. And as Debbie has mentioned on this podcast, he's a malevolent figure worldwide. He's causing harm, many places. I mean, think about a guy who puts tens of millions of dollars into district attorney races. Why? Basically, so you can get district attorneys who are on the side of the criminals. You have district attorneys who say things like let's abolish bail. Put the criminals right back on the street, defund the police. Decriminalize a whole bunch of offenses, so if you go into a store and loot the place, well, that's just going to be classified as a property crime, and therefore, quote, not serious, and therefore we're not going to really take much action. We're not even going to investigate, and if we do investigate, we're not going to, we're not going to go for serious penalties at all.
Best of Mark Levin: The Radical Left Pushed for More Crime
"This evening we start with crying How did we get to this place We got to this place because the American Marxist element in this nation backed by the propaganda media embraced by the Democrat party brought us here What you're seeing happening in the streets now and it's no joke Murder through the roof These violent property crimes and so forth were encouraged By the Democrat party after the George Floyd killing They were encouraged by the media Whether it's CNN or MSNBC The New York Times or Washington Post whether it's ESPN even Professional sports The radical left in this country Bush for what you're now seeing They pushed for what you're now seeing
There Is No Left Without a Lie
"So anyway, I was telling you about the world of the left in which they live, right? Where kids need vaccines. And where they believe that if you have fewer police you will have less crime. You understand. I mean, it's up there with men give birth. And it's fair for a biological man. To compete in women's sports, these people are crazy. They're crackpots. Not just bad they're crackpots. They're trying to move us backwards said Molina Abdullah cofounder of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles. This is the LA times. We don't want to move backward. We want to move forward. A villa called avant's killing, remember this woman? In Beverly Hills, two 30 in the morning, shot dead in her home. She called a killing horrific and appalling and said Black Lives Matter mourns with her family. But she said officials must not be allowed to use avant's death, or recent property crime to push for more policing, cash bail or other tough on crime measures. That she said have been proved not to work. Is that amazing? I told you, without lying, there's no left. I mean that literally, I swear before my holy God. I believe that if truth prevailed, there would be no left. They are based on lies. This is a lie.
FBI: 2020 homicides up nearly 30%, largest 1-year jump ever
"The FBI says homicides rose sharply in the U. S. in twenty twenty nearly thirty percent over the prior year the FBI says it's the largest one year increase since they started keeping records nearly twenty one thousand six hundred people dying at the hands of others while other violent crimes increased slightly property crimes continue to fall down nearly eight percent over last year a criminologist at Northeastern University James Alan fox says with the pandemic keeping people home and the racial and political divide in the country twenty twenty should be looked at as a unique year and not necessarily part of a long term trend in increasing violence Jackie Quinn Washington
Atlanta police say new unit lowers crime rate by making thousands of traffic stops
"Unit makes 2300 traffic stops in Atlanta since the first of the year. A PD lieutenant Jeff Children's says a broken tail light often leads to other charges. 23 arrests were drug and gun related. We had seven warrants that was cleared where seized 19 weapons and recovered five stolen weapons. He insists there is no racial profiling. The goal is to cut down on Atlanta property crimes. Former
"property crime" Discussed on KOMO
"Jail? And it's just not property crime is getting far worse colors that Markovich talk to Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, prosecutors and judges. About why nobody seems to be going to jail. They say you've been harassing some of the businesses here. Really? I'm gone. 15 months ago, we caught up with Patrick kindness who already had more than 100 convictions and is out of custody because of a court system that is hemorrhaging municipal court. Is not doing any out of custody arrangements or you can't start the whole criminal process until someone's been arraigned. And so we have to fix all parts of it Since November 525 cases of people being charged with a crime, sometimes violent, have not made their first appearance before a judge the arraignment. And are walking the streets, including one Patrick. Kindness for alleged solves that Pike market nine months ago way have historic levels of backlogs at the King County Superior District and Seattle municipal courts for many reasons, including the need to social distance in jail. Which means fewer inmates are normal creek over in backlog of felony cases that have been filed but not yet resolved. Hovered around 3000 were probably about 7000 when it could be 10,000 before we get back to work in in the middle of the summer on the arrests aren't stopping. Judges say that jam up means people waiting to be arraigned are committing more crimes. This is what one judge saw Just one day last week only closed toe 10 people who had felonies pending that they've been released on And yet they're still breaking into people's homes. Well, they're they're at in a political push not to jail people accused of lesser misdemeanor crimes, almost Matt market, which, in fact this is one of many stories we have on the podcast. We called coma news this week. If you maybe only get a headline in more of the story, you need some help with the discussions here we encourage you to listen to coma news this week. It's on behalf of the effort of everybody Here, a.
"property crime" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Unfortunately, no, no, it was caught. It's actually a very complicated issue because there's a lot of lying going back and forth that lying on the behalf of the people that were reporting about these two guys, Um You know these two guys, Basically, they know who they are. The fact that they violated this family they're telling. Basically, these two guys are lying and telling sob stories. Saying they did this. They did that and it's really blew up the whole thing, and I'm not going to get into it. But essentially, these guys have traumatized not only one family, but two families really. You know, as a result of their actions, and you know everything that came afterwards. It's really unfortunate. These guys, It's so much more than just stealing a duck. You know it really these guys, I think they need to be picked up because they caused a lot of problems. My gosh, absolutely. I mean, there was a in the story is a young girl. In the family distraught and listen it. That's the reaction to what occurred. But if you had to done that, that reaction, one of curd and it's impactful and its negative and there's nothing You can't go without consequence. These cuts Types of things that the most irritating of frustrated when we see them like Yeah, And unfortunately, there's probably want me I'll be honest. I mean, probably nothing's gonna happen to them. You know, not currently are. I was just going through the park crime stats and we're right up there. H top eighth, most property crime in the nation, you know, from 2019 studies, and then of course, it takes time for those two Get out, but It is just sickening the amount of property friend we have in this state and the amount of people that actually get punished for it. It is very, very helpful to be on board with stolen stuff away to see firsthand exactly the stories and the images. That we are surrounded by people that will take advantage through thievery and deception, and unfortunately, it's ramping up, perhaps due to the days we live in, but nonetheless be safe. They carry yourself be vigilant. Michael, Where can we find stolen stuff away? Again on Facebook, just dressed in the search bar, you'll you'll be able to find a group. You don't have even have to be a member just visited. Check out what's going on. A friend. I can't thank you enough for always having time for us. Thank you. Thank you and can't wait till the next time. Every day. Take care. That's Michael J Kitchens. Stolen stuff away. Be one of the over 100 almost 140,000 members. Vests. Shh! Log In Today, We'll take our final break for messages and will be back in a moment. 9 53 if it has to be heart pounding, handling and performance.
"property crime" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"I know throwing water on dirty water on someone is stupid I'm not sure that reacting in a posture of self defense is stupid. So let's talk about reinforcing why civilized countries. So this one is stupid. So tell me tell me young lady. Poster over all that is good. Bringer of the wisdom. Which civilized country do you reference? Things America's stupid. Which civilized country would you prefer to relocate to? Because? I will personally raise the money? Get the hell out of America if you don't think we're civilized and yeah. This is personal. You just offended me you offended my children in uniform that we are not a civilized country. With. All due respect. And there's not much respect for a position that says that America is not the civilized leader of the world you're wrong. Period end of discussion that way. Now, let's talk about the guy who pulls a gun. Okay, let's talk about why civilized countries Think we're stupid and the guy pulls a gun. So let's talk about that I'm not a gun guy. Let's just be totally clear I. Am not a gun, guy. No firearms in my home. Nana. Don't have them. Don't like him. I'm a little skittish around guns. Now I know that's supposed to be big tough Guy Conservative guy, right but I'm not a gun I'm just not. Okay. So. About Four years ago. One of the local churches up the street decided they were gonNA host tent city for our. Little. Neighborhood and we had a big homeless. Camp that blew up down the road and. Next thing we knew we had a lot of property crime. I had my. Windshield busted windshield but my driver's side a window busted out of my car and stuff on I car my neighbors had their cars broken into people's RV's and boats and sheds were being broken into. There was just a ton of property crime and so one of the neighbors around here organized a neighborhood watch. Party and brought the sheriff out and we met at the library and the sheriff talk to us about things that we do. And I asked this question. Along with other people. I, said I don't really like guns. I don't really. But I want to have the ability to defend myself what do.
"property crime" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Oh, he's making fun of me as I'm reading the temperatures, So I'm watching him Do these weird hand movement, So it cracked me up Such a toddler? Get little hands in the air. No, no, no, no, no, no, That's not what I said. You two. I don't know. Maybe time to separate. She's far away from me. She's been her little And I like it that way. Padded crazy Booth sees right through the window at you. Yeah, tearing you down way got we're trying to do a proposition every day if we can, because there's 12 of them. And we're up to proposition 17 on the ballot. It looks like we did get the yes. And then those sides we're going to start with the yes side Proposition. 17 on your ballot is looking to give felons on parole in California. The right to vote and parole is when a prisoner gets when he's released from prison. And as long as he follows certain guidelines, he has his freedom. But he's not efficiently done with still considered part of the entire city screws up. He could be thrown back into prison on and you know we will. You will have the no side, but we're first going to interview Shea. Franco Clawson ballot measure campaign. Of those about measure campaign manager for Yes on prop 17 very long title. Shay Welcome, Johnny Kensho. Thank you. Yes. A very long title. Thank you for having me Guess. Lunch Day Franco campaign manager yet on 17. And they will restore the voting rights. Why should ah Peaceful people in their homes right now. Welcome parole rolled criminals getting the right to vote. Why is this a good thing for their lives? I don't have a cream that crime should have consequences. If we look at the current system doesn't work. We have shown that successful reintegration leads to reduce recidivism. Now we're taking a look at the justice system. We all know that laws are not equally distributed. We have white collar crime. Wait. That's just the name of you. An individual like this who have done harm to thousands of little to no person. Can you hang on a second? No, No, no. It's just a phone connection is really bad. You're really muscled. I don't think people can wait. We do something about that. You know, we're trying to establish a better connection. And I guess that's a cell for you having trouble hearing it, I well, it's very muffled. I agree with you. I actually just texted right to say that you could do it. Oh, sounds that's great. Sorry I was I was using air piece. You know the Oh, that could be the reason None of this new technology works. All right. So you were making your point about this guy? This is yes, Like I said, I don't. I don't disagree that crime should have consequences. But like I said, we look at the current system and it doesn't work. Successful re integration leads to reducing recidivism. And if we look at the justice system laws are not always equally distributed. We have different forms of crime like white collar crime wage. That, you know, impact and harms thousands and many of the sea little to no prison time, let alone parole. In comparison to people who commit property crime stealing cell phones, their face with heavier sentences. So, yes, on prop 17 is saying, I heard your intro that was actually on is that those people that have went through a very rigorous process and gone to a parole board? This parole board has bean then suitable to return back in their community. And parole is an extension of a re integration. It's not their prison term is complete there in a re integration process. But this while there is that include murderers, murderers could be included in this. They on paroling murderers. Never listen getting you hear me on this. Like we don't want to hear your speech We like back and forth with. Yes, we don't want to hear your can speech. This is a different kind of show. We will interrupt you. We think you made a point that needs challenging and I'm asking you, You really believe that paroled murderers should be able to vote. I believe that anyone that has been being suitable to return to the community and contribute in a meaningful way by paying taxes working and showing up in their community should have the right to vote. Here's my problem. We have a lot of propositions, and some of them were sold to the public under false pretenses. And it seems like an ideology has taken over where everybody's getting released from prison. And it is not a careful analysis on a case by case basis. It's it's It's wholesale dumping of prisoners dropped 47 prop 57 81 09 Now the covert and that Yeah, and now virus the virus thing is giving cover being and and and it seems like we've had 10 years of everybody getting out and I just can't believe that There's been a lot of scrutiny. Given T most of these people. That's the easy cliche that people say because we're not up in Sacramento. How can we prove otherwise? But it doesn't make sense that you can release thousands and thousands of prisoners and everything's OK. We've got 70,000 people living in the streets down here. I know a lot of them came from prison in jail and they didn't have any home. And they're crazy. They're drug addicted, and it has not made life better and and it's happened in just a few short years since they started opening up the presents. And I don't see now how giving them the right to vote. Is it is a privilege that they oughta have when so many of them are living in the streets now. And causing a lot of crime and mayhem. It isn't.
Texas 2019 DPS crime report shows increase in state's violent crime rate
"To Texas crime is on the rise and Cory Olson has the story. The latest report from GPS shows statewide. Violent crime rose by 1.6% in 2019 from the previous year, while property crime rose by 1%. Year over year, The violent crime increase was driven by a 6% rise in murders. While the property crime numbers included a 10% jump in vehicle thefts on the positive side, rapes were down 1.6% and burglaries down more than 4%. But it's less safe for the men and women in blue assaults on police officers rose nearly 5% between 2018 and 2019. Orioles symphonies radio 7 40
"property crime" Discussed on Ballistic Radio
"Family and my gun pointing outward and I'm GonNa protect my castle when in reality that that person is going to be a lot easier to overwhelm then the person who knows his neighbors and this is maybe a little too nuanced for for time we have less but The guy that knows his neighbors and they're all looking out for another and builds eight communities like an entire neighborhood of people. Are you mutually supporting one another to where if a stranger if some some weirdoes panhandler possible criminals whatever you make their way to the neighborhood and all of a sudden, the people are picking up and say, Hey, just just the. Kids inside with some real sketchy dude looks like he's Kinda cracked out walking down the street right now. Okay. Thanks for the heads up get my kid and bring him in sides basically a community of people who know one another and have and have are cooperating mutual defense are going to be a lot stronger than just one man on an island with his was doors windows boarded up kind of thing, and that's true whether it be the family walking. into and out of a shopping mall that's true of neighboring neighborhoods and communities whether it be. You'll be on the lookout for for violent crime and property crime that kind of thing we tend to like align myself and only myself and and I think that you can start there. But from their branch out and and forge solid relationships with your friends and neighbors around you and figure out how you can support one another in protect one another from from violence. When in to? Bring. You know and I've been guilty of this myself If. You spend a lot of time with the same people. There's no reason that you can't start if they're interested in that. That's maybe a you know actually that's probably an entirely different show, but there's no reason you can't start. Making them an asset versus A. Consideration. You know what? I mean like. 'cause sometimes you're around people in..
"property crime" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A property crime. It's a crime that says to an entire community. You're not safe. Stories that people go to stores that people depend upon. Not just talking about Michigan Avenue we're talking about in the neighborhoods where the looting is really bad in May and tonight, the story will never open up again. Those air stores of the community needs so that they can get groceries and other things. I will come back, but well. Take phone calls. I have some other 1000. This is well. But first, Here's Mary Vandevelde. She's got the traffic in the weather. 78 degrees. Partly sunny tonight Partly cloudy with a low of 66 partly sunny cooler for tomorrow with a high of 77 accident on 2 94 It's on the extension, actually, at 2 94 on 2 90 The right lane is black. It's about 46 in from 3 90 20 for manhunt. 36 heading out to 3 90 Eaton's is OK up on the Kennedy Now some delays into, Nagel said about 26 minutes out to O'Hare. Inbound Stevenson, looking good. Outbound remains slow into Cicero, 36 out to the Tri state. The Dan Ryan clear stall South bound to 94 95th in the right lane. Wabash Bridge over the river is still up for security, along with Clark blacked off between Randolph And Washington Red Brown and Purple Line, operating with some delays due to an earlier a minor fire that was on the tracks. Amara Vandeveld Nada Traffic center, reminding you to drive responsibly. It really is a matter of life or death. Take John Williams to work with you. We promise your boss won't mind. No trees on people. But when a tree dies like that, you know, I just feel like that's a history. John Williams with day mornings at nine..
How two promising lawyers found themselves facing life in prison for alleged Molotov cocktail attack during protests in New York
"Rahman Rahman and and Colin Colin Furred. Furred. Mattis Mattis were were kids kids from from immigrant families who made good both graduates of prestigious law schools. She represented tenants in Housing Court. He was an associate at a corporate firm in Manhattan. Now they face life in prison in one of the government's highest profile cases against protesters. Dina Temple Raston of NPR's investigations team reports. The night of May 29th in Brooklyn was chaos as curfew Jew near police in riot gear began to make arrests. Protesters started throwing water bottles and bricks. The NYPD tried to break up the crowd with pepper spray in swinging batons being excessively aggressive with this crowd here, and it is inappropriate. 70 woman Diana purchased and I'm an elected official, and they just pepper sprayed me for no reason. Rouge Rahmon was there to local journalist stopped her for an interview. Her face was covered with the scarf. She was wearing a black T shirt that read. The struggle continues. This protest is a long time coming. I think that the mayor Should have pulled their his police department back. The way that the mayor and Minneapolis But the part of the interview that ricocheted around the Internet was this. Won't ever stop unless we Take it all down. And that's why the anger is being Express tonight. In this way, prosecutors say in NYPD surveillance camera captured images of Rockman a short time later, she was writing in the passenger seat of a van. Her friend Colin for Mattis was driving. What allegedly happened next defense attorney Shipman says is the basis for the charges against them. It's alleges that a rouge threw a Molotov cocktail into a police car and empty police car. Essentially abandoned police car police car that had been previously vandalized. Two police officers were across the street They gave Chase and Rouge and Colin were arrested. The NYPD video apparently shows it all Rothman and that T shirt. Beige van slowing as it neared the police vehicle. The lighting of a toilet paper fuse the arc of a beer bottle as it crashed under the cruiser's dashboard. The whole episode lasted just seconds. Rahman and Mattis now face seven felonies in federal court. The charges include the use of explosives, arson conspiracy, the use of a destructive device, civil disobedience and the use of a destructive device in the furtherance of a crime of violence. This last charge alone, known as 9 24 C of the criminal code carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 30 years in prison. Add that to the other charges against them, and they could face life behind bars. Attorney Paul Shechtman represents a rouge Rockman and he says his client's case has been singled out ever since. It's been taken federally it has been treated with a seriousness. Ah, harshness unlike any I've ever seen. NPR reviewed 47 Molotov cocktail in arson cases filed across the country. That involved the destruction of police property. And this case to which prosecutors added 1/3 person, Rahman Mattis say they don't know is the only instance in which that 30 year mandatory minimum charge appears. Molotov cocktail cases are usually charged his property crimes in state courts. A spokesman for the U. S Attorney's office declined to discuss the case or they're charging decisions. Attorney General William Barr has been saying for weeks that extremists plotted the violence that erupted during the protests. And he said as much to NPR's Steve Inskeep in an interview last week when we arrest people in charge them at this stage anyway. We don't charge them for being a member of Antifa. We charge him for throwing a Molotov cocktail or we charge them for possession of a gun or possession of gasoline and things to make bombs with. Those are the kinds of charges that are filed. And while prosecutors haven't offered any evidence that Rothman and Madison, part of an extremist group You wouldn't know it from the way they were charged. Good afternoon. Your Honor, This is David Kessler. I'm in the U. S attorney in the Eastern District of New York. The harshness and the Rothman and Mattis case went beyond the charges. Prosecutors also fought their release on bail even though it was supported by two different judges. 56 former federal prosecutors found the government's position so alarming. They filed an amicus brief with the court. A panel of judges heard arguments last Tuesday and because of the Corona virus, all this happened over the phone. This is how it began. The District court's order releasing the defendant on bond should be reversed. And when I want to focus on here is the core issue the danger to the community government attorney David Kessler. This is not a case about a youthful indiscretion or crimes passion. It's about a calculated Dangerous crime committed by adults who risked the lives of innocent civilian first responders. Their crime is so serious, Kessler argued. It negates any mitigating factors that came before it. To throw that Molotov cocktail, he said, required essentially a fundamental change in mindset about for them. That's really what the core of the cases, Shenkman told the judges. Thie entire evening was an aberration. Here's their exchange. You can't imagine what a soldering event this arrest was. Mr Shipman. I can imagine how these people did what they're shown on video to have done. I find the whole case unimaginable. But having during that happened once I'm I'm wondering why it is so unimaginable that it wouldn't happen again. I think because that night Wass really unique. It was young people not just used to people out to protest police violence who saw more of it. Right one. Khun lose one sense on an evening like this. That argument appears to have convinced two of the three judges that Rockman and Mattis aren't a danger to the community. The judges said in an opinion yesterday that they agreed with the lower court that the pair could be safely released on bail. Rahman and Mattis were allowed to go home last night. In the months ahead, they have more than just the government charges to fight. They also have to battle the suggestion that they're mixed up in what theater knee general is called. A witches brew of extremists. Dina Temple Raston. NPR NEWS New York
"property crime" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Early in the any underage girls are the four girl band I just want to ask you if there's like a common similarity between like the de funded cities like chat Doby land and all that why is like there's a lot of violence and stuff at the cost of the one called in the Bible yeah I mean the the answer is because the reason that is the reason the cops are gone from these for these areas in particular is because this is the areas where the counselor so here is the way this goes high crime area tops coming to police the area lots of interactions with the cops and people in that area some of the people that are getting offended by the cops they make the cops go away what happens all the time comes back it is very simple so the the the fact that she has not turned into what it was it turns what was because that's when the cops were there for a reason in the first place I don't know this misnomer that there is a disproportionate racial interaction between the cops and various members the population proportionate to what proportions your population proportionate to crime and if this is the the question that people keep failing to answer which is why are the cops interacting with members of the population at a disproportionate rate could have less to do with the cops just desperately wanting to be a black there is more to do with the fact that black areas tend to have more violent crime that the police need to be in their policing and more property crime to the police that badly well biting people in these areas want the cops there if you go to talk to law abiding people in these areas they're the ones the closest relationship with the cops everyone's calling the cops when there's a problem removing the cops means that the violence comes back does mean the bad guys go weights are selling really appreciate the call we'll take more of your calls in just a few moments at eight five five two three six thirty two twenty eight eight.
"property crime" Discussed on KTRH
"We have on safe streets for kids we have gun crime we have failing schools we have breathtaking corruption we have problems with the police property crime poverty poor public health the mail saying that one thing in common they're all major cities run by Democrats joining us to talk about his Breitbart Bob price you know if if the programs that they have touted for the last forty fifty years were actually working we would have made some improvements in those areas don't you think Bob I think only the weather man has a worse record than Democrat mayors running cities across the country and leave apples that you cited you know when you look at that Chicago Cleveland Detroit New Orleans San Francisco Minneapolis I could go on and on and on with that all those cities have had decades if not generations of control by Democrat mayors and Democrats city councilman and so if you would take a look at your city and see if what they've been providing you for that period of time is working for you I think you see that is not and then be time if you want to make changes that's where you need to make some changes but since the election Donald Trump here in the state of Texas we have watch county by county city by city be turned through the Lone Star project into Democrat strongholds so why is Texas maybe not failing at the moment I think the cities of better under democratic control even in Texas for decades you know when you look at Dallas and Houston and San Antonio Austin there's there's a long history of democratic control here and you can look at the city of Houston and taking back with the same thing where you see rampant spending we see a lack of attention to the minority communities in terms of their housing and streets and you know water and all the infrastructure issues those problems exist cross the board not only in Texas but across the United States and in cities that are controlled by Democrats yes here's county and the taxes organizing project I have managed to flip this county now into a blue collars that ever read column but the city has been under Democrat control for decades in the course of the plates continue both qualities of this of the streets as you say infrastructure Bob schools all the other things that go along with it and all we've done for that is to pay higher taxes so where the higher tax dollars going well I think you need to ask our current mayor and and all of his friends and cronies is aware that money's going but it's not going to the intended purpose and that is taking care of the taxpayers of the city of Houston for well this is in your mind the answer obviously would be a more conservative approach but the reality is we're not going to get a conservative will never going to get a Republican mayor of the city of Houston ari I think that's a very difficult task you know we've come close a couple times in the last year Alexion I think it's the right candidate was to rhyme and and present a a conservative but across the board program that appeals to minorities appeals to the other communities in the city I think it could be done but it it's a a very difficult task because people tend to vote historically what they voted in the past and that is they were repeating the process but it for more democratic controlled one Democrat employers now you see in the county the same things that are happening in the city you know it isn't a vicious spiral and there's only one way out of it and that is change and the change needs to happen at the local level you're saying basically their politics is a religion what it kind of has become that unfortunately when you when you look down in South Texas at the the make a demographic make up of the communities down there this static communities they vote Democrat because they've historically voted Democrat but politically down in South Texas they're very conservative people they don't agree with Nancy Pelosi they don't agree with Chuck Schumer but you can't run down there as a Republican because you'll just get trapped even if you were previously elected as a Democrat you can't even switch and try to lead people in that direction so we really need to take a look at you know the the policing issues and particularly it's a national problem really you see it in cities all across the country but it's a local problem is a problem with the jurisdiction is not a federal problem it's a local problem and we've got to address that thanks for joining us Breitbart Bob price here newsradio seven forty KT regional we need sure we don't need a rhino we need a Dino a Democrat in name only sold yet seven twenty six now here on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. let's talk about the reporting looking financial what a great time it is to refinance two point five percent on a home loan I do believe you told me that a couple years ago so you crazy no it's real it's happening three percent slightly below three percent some cases for people with great credit on a thirty year loan it is a great time to refi get rid of credit card debt you know if you got seventeen percent or higher on a credit card by you.
"property crime" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The fight to contain yep if you shoot a looter you're probably going to get in some deep trouble not probably you will get in deep trouble looting is a former ceiling obviously it's a property crime the leader can be arrested for petty petty theft larceny grand theft burglary depending upon how much they take in in most states the the burglar can get a felony in California you have to prove that they that they stole more than nine hundred fifty dollars for me I'm a repeat that just to get them charged with a felony property burglary nine or fifty dollars or more has to be proven that was stolen from just you how does Friday by the way they can do it multi purpose is that correct I fifty for each day but it's per day and you know because the property crime you don't have the right to bring a life of someone else working on the part of the curfew though I mean if if they're doing if they're looting during a curfew that was it doesn't matter yes because why are we issuing curfews what's the difference I well I don't understand why we issue right here to the law enforcement we don't want them to engage and disperse the crowd why why do we issue a curfew if they're just gonna break the curfew and then you know these idiots on Facebook I just gonna put you know but a capture the video of when the cop was going out dispersing the crowd in saying the cops are engaging in police police said brutality herded out Lou it curfews are for law abiding people not for the criminals I think clear it's it really is a clear message that so you cannot shoot a looter you can only use force against someone if they are using deadly force against you or someone else and that you are trying to protect that someone else and even then there will be an investigation even then you will have to hire a lawyer even then you may face trial in charges if if if law enforcement feels that your use of force was not justified so I just wanted to make sure people understand the law on this you can't just say I thought this person was going to go after me I felt fear because of the T. V. there's no doubt you feel fear but you you have to recognize that you will be held to a standard that the leaders of the riders are not being held right you will be you will be subject to law enforcement sanction they are not we know that we see that with our own eyes they're stealing things they're beating people the police are standing down in many cases in some cases they're they're they're engaging but recognize that it is a double standard it is not the whole note you know if anything Lou the argument is banned black people are mistreated by the criminal justice system now it's no longer that it's the fact that criminals are catered to by the criminal justice system and people who abide by the law well they get a better get ready to get the book thrown at them that is the double standard we're seeing more and more that's the new system that we have particularly out here in California and in big cities like the bike Chicago I watch the video that you sent me from Saturday night in in la mesa what are the two hour one isn't that remarkable it's remarkable so if you if you see any of that and you own a business in la mesa at I mean they were bringing in batch to batch count I mean if someone throwing a brick through a window and hit somebody in the head is not not you can't you can't protect yourself from that to me what what are people supposed to do just sit there and take it get hurt you have to wait till your life is in danger before you can start protecting your life yep let's go to Greg line for it in San Diego go ahead Greg Greg run Google Hey man I got yeah so here are all on our own address this is say protecting your property your house is there something on the books of called well the council Dr yep the right you have the absolute right to somebody but in your house and your person in your property as guaranteed in the constitution that also applies who is to say you're sitting on the freeway like you guys are discussing somebody to come along and they're you know they're breaking windows and stuff if you fear for your life you have a right to defend yourself and at the end of the protesters of debt you know tough luck and another thing if it you know it's I don't know people know this if you if your firearm you're a legal person and you don't have a criminal record and you and you decide that you say to join the NRA and if they have a concealed carry permit and something happens with that at the end and you get into trouble especially in this state or a couple others they will they will send a big gun lawyers to defend you as long as you are a member yeah all right well let me address your first name before I go to the second one I yes the council Dr doctrine does apply in California someone it comes in your home and it is established that you are under imminent threat do you you or or for a loved one is under imminent bodily harm threat you may be excused for for your use of force however as I just mentioned you will be investigated and the the the government will say well was it really justified use of force are we really are you know is there any evidence to suggest that this guy wasn't threatening your life stage they just wanted your money are you taking your property is not enough you must demonstrate that they were going to physically attack you just having ten people show up at your house and suddenly he's still your stuff does not give you the right to kill them under the the California legal system you have to prove that they were there not just to steal yourself stuff but to kill you some people say well maybe I can score welcome off by shooting a warning fired a shot in the air nope in California a warning shot will lead to prosecution because it's an all lawful just discharge of a weapon you can only use a weapon to discharge a weapon when you you must meet the standard of deadly force because what they'll say as well that bullet stray bullet could hurt someone you've acted recklessly we're gonna charge you for unlawful discharge of a weapon that's in California no other states are going to take you know a much later view of this but why don't they show up at your council does not mean that you have a right under California law to take their life or even to harm them if you do not first established that they were there to harm you versus just take your stuff so what you're saying is it I mean let's paint this picture it if you have a business let's say you have a jewelry shop in in la mesa or or Cintiq tonight you go down and stand next to it somebody comes up to it wearing black you know black guard with a brick throws a brick through the window reaches in and starts taking your jewelery that belongs to you under the law as long as they take they take under nine hundred dollars where you can't restrain him in anyway if they if they start if they take your jewelry and they you confront them with a weapon and they immediately turn and run away and you shoot them in the back you're likely going to face charges okay because it demonstrates you brandished a weapon to say you throw that brick and and you think you may brandish the weapon because their entry into your home in of itself is an act that may be threatening you're you're you're in good stead there because you're protecting yourself if they run away from you they're clearly leaving and then you just charge weapon you you'll probably face charges again I don't agree with this I'm just telling you that's what we're living under in California now we are living under a I will second in triple gas you use a law abiding citizen who is minding your own business and this thought came into your castle your home your business you're watching the crap unfold on TV you know people are getting their heads bang Dan but you know what you still have to justify your use of force in the moment in the situation you find yourself in this is garbage it's happening and we are seeing more more people feel like they have to take along their own hands B. because the liberal politicians have told the police to dial it back and not do their jobs it's not the fault of the police by the way let me make it quite clear the police are furious they are fuming they are keeping their cool they are they are back on their best behavior but the reality is they know that they can't do the job that they love which is protecting communities protecting lives because the politicians of muscle them it's outrageous I mean it's an outrageous position that were put in and now we're being faced with rights another night this is on its way eight hundred six under cocoa eight hundred six hundred five six four six a quick break and we have a lot of folks are going.
Washington, D.C. crime rates drop amid pandemic
"Well there's been very few good news stories to come out of the pandemic but DC's crime rate is one of them city property crimes are down twelve percent compared to last year violent crime across the city has decreased by ten percent police chief Peter Newsham says domestic violence complaints have also dropped slightly all of this leaving more time for officers to gently enforce social distancing this is a change of for all of us and I think by and large you know if you take the seven hundred thousand people that live in the district of Columbia the large majority of those people have been compliant just a handful of citations have been written
"property crime" Discussed on Tales from the Brown Desk
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"property crime" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Light and sound and all that's left is mayor muddy ground a magnificent tree you was murdered my each it down there's a hole in the the tree you once somebody's may monies there's hi where the tree once somebody's Megan Monty laws protect exceptional trees said he grants exemptions studies instead they re will or the developers greed and section the murderers jeans where the tree you want Hey and Monty three one the shimmering with golden no more gentle shedding of rain or to bring in the wind not being remains really sounds like something Lisa Simpson once war you once money yeah San Francisco bouncing back with the district attorney who incentivize is property crime these pro crime but wow that's pretty good three one swell somebody's going to be now all AM seven sixty.
"property crime" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Seventeen and we look at when when I worked with a professor from the university of California and she's a professor of statistics we looked at data over three years and we found that first St Louis as a whole violent crime continue to go up and so did property crime but for the area we're focusing on which is called fair ground neighborhood violent crime exactly the thing that we focused on went down by over forty percent it was really quite amazing that is amazing that's that's dramatic all by itself is an up does it work yeah that's the sixty four thousand dollar question George how does it work well I think there's a load of things happening here and I've looked at this in large groups and in small groups in our power of the group because you know we've seen these extraordinary things happening with the intention experiments and I've also seen instant healing with power the group and I've you know on the hard news investigative reporter at heart that's what I started out doing in my life and I seem to fade Wade into this work and I'm always very skeptical on the biggest doubting Thomas in the in the room and for me it was I wasn't even sure these intention experiments were going to work language I thought maybe we'll get a little subtle effect I didn't expect these kinds of big effects but I think.
DeKalb police, GBI nab suspected serial tire slasher
"Dekalb county police and the G. B. I. busters serial tires slicers suspect that in DeKalb County thirty four year old league cuff breath faces charges for more than eighty property crimes mostly slicing tires Roswell police help with the arrest Friday police say he sliced tires at thirty cab county police headquarters a nursing home and elsewhere
"property crime" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"A budget that will fill my commitments to Alaskans many of you may not be aware but Alaska's facing a crime epidemic for capital we are offering the deadly stay in the country for women meanwhile a disastrous catch and release law let the sky high property crime rates in our cities in our times I was elected with a mandate to make Alaska safe again and we've made great strides last year we hard more state troopers than any other than in any other year in the past decade I signed a landmark crime bill cracking down and social pressures a broad array of other criminals we funded the mystic violence programs and shelters at historic levels and we've cleared a decades old backlog untested specials all kids this year we're expanding our efforts my budget will pay for additional fifteen trooper state troopers and three prosecutors of corrections budget will increase for over seventeen percent to cover population growth as well as restored of programs finally the D. our judiciary will be fully funded including additional funding for public defenders and guardians public safety remains my ministrations number one priority and the budget reflects on so far been pleased with the response my budget announcement the cuts were made we made last year were tough absolutely they were tough and necessary and for many years wake up call before learning Alaskans are prepared to hold the line on spending as you all know standing alone on your principles is often necessary but never enjoyable so I ever look which for a very much look forward to collaborating with the legislature and the public as the budget process moves forward because at the end of the day is nothing more important to governing and fiscal policy you know as well as I do fiscal policy is future policy the financial decisions we make today directly shape the world our children live in tomorrow yes my greatest aspiration that the Alaska I leave behind you safer and more prosperous than the Alaska I discovered over forty years ago so that one thank you for long is B. today and I'd be more than happy to answer any questions once.
"property crime" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"West campus so far this year there were twenty nine in all of last year property crime remains a big problem this year was four hundred and sixty property crimes in the west campus area alone that's that's very sobering I'm sorry I got I have lived and that feeling generally about Austin Texas as a whole not only just campus but I would not feel safe about my kids about had them we're not going downtown at night I wouldn't have I I wouldn't feel safe about Kim if she was going to go meet some people down on six street save you know good girls after work or whatever that kind of sinner I'll feel good about I think you know after work here okay I wouldn't say go down there at midnight but I think I've caught tells happy hour you're okay writes well I wouldn't say no you can't go I just wouldn't feel completely easy about and and you know what I say goes this is what I say go overall is a safe city come on yes it's a safe city well let me be honest I'm I'm thinking about the homeless is what I'm thinking about I'm thinking about the the you know that's that speaks for itself six three I'm sorry I I I I I don't want to go down there I don't want to go to bed but I don't I don't go there because it's just a bunch of shot bar well that into that you're not in Jello shots now yeah I used to but not anymore never had a Jello shot I don't I don't believe but anyway I I do I wouldn't feel good about it but certainly campus the numbers seem to be speaking for themselves don't they and the we've had a homeless problem down on campus for years I'm sure that that let's be honest that's a big problem big part of what we're talking about right now yeah no doubt five one two eight three six zero five nine let's give them some business did you hear about this story about Jennifer Z. is headed back to the stores with bright flag Black Friday just around the corner a different gender generations.
Hate-Crime Violence Hits 16-Year High, F.B.I. Reports
"FBI. The I is out with its annual tally of hate crimes in the US it found an overall slight drop last year but the offense is are becoming more violent. As NPR's Hannah lomb reports from two thousand seventeen to eighteen hate crime related homicides rose from fifteen to twenty four the FBI count shows a tiny drop in the total number of bias. Motivated crimes reported reported to authorities seven thousand one hundred twenty. That's fifty five fewer incidents than the previous year but there was also a corresponding dip in the number of agencies reporting to extremism trackers. The most concerning finding is a jump in the level of violence against people as opposed to property crimes. Vandalism attacks on individual search into a sixteen year high in two thousand eighteen. One of the largest increases was an attack against Latinos the F. B. I. report generally reflects national trends but it's considered entered an undercount because participation is voluntary for state and local law enforcement agencies and many do not report Al-Am. NPR
Hate-Crime Violence Hits 16-Year High, F.B.I. Reports
"News the F. B. I. is out with its annual tally of hate crimes in the U. S. found an overall slight drop last year but the offenses are becoming more violent than perasaan along reports from two thousand seventeen to eighteen hate crime related homicides rose from fifteen to twenty four the F. B. I. count shows a tiny drop in the total number of bias motivated crimes reported to authorities seven thousand one hundred twenty that's fifty five fewer incidence than the previous year but there was also a corresponding dip in the number of agencies reporting to extremism trackers the most concerning finding is a jump in the level of violence against people as opposed to property crimes like vandalism attacks on individual search to a sixteen year high in twenty eighteen one of the largest increases was in attacks against Latinos the FBI report generally reflects national trends but it's considered an I'm count because participation is voluntary for state and local law enforcement agencies and many do not report Hanau lamb NPR
Tweet on repeat offenders speaks to broader frustration in Seattle
"Tweet this week by Seattle's police chief about repeat offenders being released from jail cut straight to the concerns felt by many officers couple Joe Marino says for the first time the head of the police union is echoing the same frustrations the problem of repeat offenders have been extensively profile by our projects Seattle team and come on news a sought answers for why some of the most prolific criminals quickly find their way back into the community then Seattle police chief Carmen best tweeted her own concerns spelling out how an arrest was made for a property crime but within hours the person was out of jail and causing new problems forcing the same officer to make another arrest number
"property crime" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
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"property crime" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"property crime" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"How do you know he didn't care about the law because he did it anyway. He tried to buy a firearm was told no so we went around engaged in an illegal sale. The fact that it was private is relevant. If i can hat tip david harsanyi on twitter harsanyi made a great point on twitter notice how with the liberal this is excellent. Excellent verdict is in excellent point david harsanyi joe when someone buys crack in the street and a private sale yeah. Do you refer to that as a private crack sale. I was in a legal sense. You know what goes it was a private sale crack. It was an illegal drug by yeah. Yeah we need the street. You saw them crack without a better chance legal against the law. The criminals don't care at the guy who sold the drugs doesn't care the guy bought the drug. They don't care okay nor did this. Guy i did not engage in a private gun sale. It was an illegal gun sale. They're only using the term private sale because they want to reinforce this image edge that there's this major loophole yet these people and if we just fixed it by another law it would stop people there. Already is a law. If you're a prohibited possessor you cannot buy and you cannot loan prohibited possessory firearm. She just don't care reinforcing my point from the beginning that gun laws. I don't work probably just as poorly as drug laws. Don't work the differences. There is zeh public good to owning a firearm to protect yourself. There is no public good from smoking crack none. No i don't make a strong case drug ugh laws. Do i mean that's a whole other. Show up feedback on it but but that's a we don't have the time for this here but at least with crack. It's a very difficult for coach documents to make like you know what it's good for way loss. Not you know it's a really awful thing and in a plague on our society -iety owning a firearm is not right people protect themselves their property areas that have a second amendment edmund based laws and regulations. You see lower property crime rates. 'cause people don't want to break into a house where the owner could defend themselves. Oh my gosh if you just would awaited but they can't reporting. It was a private sale. The private crack sale asst. I know you understand the others. Are we do the show like a common evergreen. Themes has always been to point out to you the narrative you've so you see it now whenever you see on twitter on facebook. It was a private sale your first question should we was illegal. Yes it was so why is it. Why does it private matter. What's the it doesn't matter. What does that add to the story. It was an illegal gun sale. It'd be no different than if a gun owner in a gun stores n._f._l. Sells a gun to a guy who's a prohibited possessor. It was a gun store sales. It wasn't illegal sale. Go down didn't matter. It doesn't doesn't matter criminals don't care framing..
San Francisco More Worried About ECigarettes Than Crime
"You don't need the new york times for this we lead the nation are you ready for this we're number one in property crime san francisco is the nation's leader in property crime not making this up i've talking burglary larceny shoplifting vandalism all under this ugly umbrella car break ins we haven't even talked about that ready for this here's the number most recent twenty seventeen over thirty thousand car break ins reported oh my gosh reported reported there are some people that the break is no need to call it in because i know the cops aren't going to do anything right yeah are you ready for this i'm looking right now i'm looking at the twenty nineteen they actually have a website i'll i'll put it over the transom the san francisco car break in tracker as of may this year one thousand eight hundred seventeen reported vehicle break ins averaging at fifty eight a day mu repeat that please what one thousand eight hundred and seventeen vehicle break ins as of may which is averaging two fifty eight today Characters. the twenty seventeen yeah i sent you the math on that they actually have a map breakdown at showing most of them in fisherman's warf and along most of the tourist areas but once you get into tenderloin we need more cops in the city we need more police instead what are we doing well we're going to ban straws we're going to ban e cigarettes i'm not a big east cigarette fan of just telling you but really that's what we're more concerned about we've got this problem with crime and drug abuse and homelessness and crap of the streets and we're worried about e cigarettes there's just a big disconnect to reality here in june of twenty eighteen there were one thousand nine hundred thirty three car break ins in san francisco i just sent you the map over the transom you can see breakdown january of two thousand eighteen two thousand four hundred seventy three in one month this this is incredible we needed to turn it to these crimes so people
Ryan Fitzpatrick of Tampa Bay Buccaneers throws 3 first-half interceptions but finishes with 411 passing yards in loss
"Passed on first light coming into the Westwood One newsroom. This morning, the F B I annual crime statistics report is out and it shows both violent crime and property crime or down in two thousand seventeen when compared with two thousand sixteen last year there were more than one point two million crimes. Just that's a point two percent decline from two thousand sixteen. There was a point seven percent decrease in murderers and a four percent decrease in robberies from one year to the next seven point seven million property crimes in two thousand seventeen and that marks a three percent decrease from two thousand sixteen all seventeen pass now as Robert workman joins us. So Robert seen any. I dunno football recently. Yeah, I was down just one game last night. It was crazy. It seemed like there were a lot on Sunday. And then only one yes, just like the old days. There you go. That's right. Monday night football. The Steelers held off the buccaneers thirty to twenty seven for their first win of the year. Ben Rothlisberger pass for three hundred fifty three yards three touchdown passes. All in the first half as Pittsburgh built a thirty to ten halftime lead. Ryan Fitzpatrick starting in the place of the suspended. Jameis Winston also had three scoring passes. Well, four if you count the pick six by the Steelers DuPree that went the other way that's magic fizzled bet he had three interceptions as Tampa Bay takes its first loss of the week. Four begins on Thursday night when the Vikings visit the Rams it's also the first of the by weeks the Redskins and Panthers taking a knee taking a week off. Los Angeles could be without both starting Cornerbacks on Thursday night. I keep deletes going to miss at least a month with a high ankle sprain, Marcus Peters questionable for this week's game with a strained cap. As feared 49ers quarterback. Jimmy Garoppolo out for the season. He tore the AC L in his left knee on Sunday that was confirmed by an MRI yesterday. He'll go on injured. Reserve later this week CJ Beathard becomes the starter. With Nick Mullins promoted from the practice squad. As the backup three undefeated teams left in the NFL. The chiefs the Rams and the dolphins three winless teams the raiders cardinals and the Texans baseball on Monday. The Red Sox ripped the Orioles Sixty-two setting a franchise record with one hundred six wins and clinching home field throughout the postseason. Mookie Betts Wendy Indian shut out. The White Sox four nothing Corey kluber. You can call him a twenty game winner. He went seven innings and struck out eleven Cleveland. The first team to have four starters record two hundred or more strikeouts. In the same season. Kluber Carlos Carrasco Trevor Bauer and Mike Clemenger who hit the Mark on Saturday as thank the Mariners seven three they secure the last playoff spot in the American League sorting it out to which wildcard they're going to end up with the they're still alive in the AL west race. The ASTRO's beat the Blue Jays five three. There are step closer to clinching that American League West. But they haven't quite done it yet. Yankees deflected the race four to one that knocks Tampa Bay out of the playoff chase. And the angels edge the Rangers five four and eleven innings, Texas, by the way, if you missed it over the weekend. Manager. Jeff Bannister Don Wakamatsu filling in for the rest of the season National League pirates scuttled the cubs. Five to one Jameson Thanh went seven strong innings Francisco. Survelliance run Homer race when deep as well. Dodgers down the Diamondbacks. Seventy four David freeze had three hits including a Homer. He and Manny Machado each. Drove. In a pair of runs LA's magic number to win. The west is down to five just like the cubs in the central brewers best. The cardinals six to four airy theme scored the go-ahead run in the eighth inning on a pitch on an Arab by pitcher. By the pitcher. Milwaukee. Now three games ahead of Saint Louis in the wildcard chase. With the magic number of three to clinch homefield for that play in game. Rockies rolled over the Phillies tend to one John gray had seven strong innings, plus a basis loaded walk in the rocks. Five run third inning. Colorado. Just a half game behind Saint Louis for the second wildcard Padres. Black. The giants five nothing San Francisco fired general manager, Bobby Evans after back to back losing seasons. That'll do that. And the nationals nailed the Marlins by account of seven to three college football. The new rankings around API writers top four still the same. Alabama, Georgia, Clemson, Ohio State with LSU and Oklahoma. Switching spots for fifth and sixth in the coaches poll, no change in the top nine crimson tide on top followed by the Tigers BULLDOGS buckeyes and Sooners couple of big upsets over the weekend. Number thirteen Virginia. Tech lost at Old Dominion forty nine. Thirty five Old Dominion only. Brought back football in two thousand nine Mississippi. State number fourteen fell at Kentucky..
Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawks star cornerback, to be released after 7 seasons
"To test the algorithm and then it's go time monday through friday you'll largely see the metering during peak hours those rush hours and patrick says weekday metering could begin a suit as april tune police have arrested four men is part of a property crime crackdown in downtown seattle this was part of a two month undercover investigation police believe the suspected traffickers were targetting low level drug users employing them to steal items from downtown stores and paying them a tenth of the value of the items they stole investigators recovered about 1100 eleven thousand dollars in property and about fifty thousand dollars cash the sea hawks have made it official longtime all perot cornerback richard sherman has been released from the team we spoke to fans who had their sad about that news i love the way you just told that like away didn't care but he supported everybody else i think he's a cornerstone of the you know that defense won the super bowl for the for the seattle seahawks and he's a he's a big big part of that one of the reason i watched football is so good getting sided with heads changed the passing game in general daylight savings time begins the moral that means the set your clocks ahead one hour this weekend it's thirty four past the hour komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's then we don't have any collisions or blocking problems on the puget sound area roadways were getting real mingle the driving conditions right up legal limits a little bit of construction this morning the bond late bridge the inside lanes be closed at six o'clock this morning that will last until he levin and the i90 by in both directions the east and westbound lanes bellevue way will be closed starting at five thirty that'll go until nine lake washington never green point floating bridge traffic moving a real wellman no problems and no restrictions on either snow quami or stevens your next report at 344 i might khankala on komo news it's a little bit on the cool side at least will be overnight some of you will be down in the thirties but i'm sure you've heard that in a bit of a.