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Rhode Island Investigating Death of Man Handcuffed by Police

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Rhode Island Investigating Death of Man Handcuffed by Police

"I'm Julie Walker the death of a handcuffed man while in police custody in Rhode Island is prompting an investigation Providence police released body camera video and say officers were called around twelve thirty AM Friday for report of a man who was outside screaming and possibly on drugs officers found thirty four year old Joseph entry rolling on the ground and called for medical help the body cam shows they spent more than ten minutes trying to calm him down before holding him down on his stomach for about ninety seconds while handcuffing him behind his back he then appeared to collapse it was pronounced dead at a hospital I'm Julie Walker

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"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The stories were working on today, New Daily records for Corona virus cases have been broken in three states. Health officials in Illinois, Montana and Utah. All said they hit new highs yesterday. Illinoisnew cases also made it the fifth state to surpass half a million confirmed infections. Following Texas, California, Florida and New York. Meanwhile, Rhode Island's reported 789 new cases yesterday for an updated total of 38,798. The state also announced for new Corona virus deaths, increasing the total death toll. The 1237 Rhode Island's updated number of hospitalized patients is 218. Infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci says the process will move relatively quickly. Now that the data for fighters Corona virus vaccine is available. Very likely, they'll put in for what's called an emergency use authorization. Which ultimately will be an application for full approval of this particular vaccine that likely will take place over the next week to a week and a half. Speaking on MSNBC felt, he said he believes that Connecticut based company should have little problem with the application due to report out this week that the vaccine is more than 90% effective. New Bedford says it's the first city in the U. S. To provide free face bests for all of its residents. Mayor John Mitchell tells eyewitness news that 100,000 masks have been given the residents so far and another 40,000 are available. The city partnered with local business Joseph Abboud manufacturing to produce the grain nests, which they end B for New Bedford. President elect Jill Biden isn't letting the lack of a concession from President Trump's slow him down when it comes to planning his incoming administration. Biden told reporters yesterday that he hopes to name a couple of Cabinet picks before Thanksgiving. He also called Trump's refusal to concede an embarrassment. The fact that they're not willing to acknowledge we wanted this point Is not of much consequence in our planning what we're able to do between now and January, 20th speaking and Delaware, Biden said the president is not helping his legacy. Bynes remarks came the same day that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sparked controversy when answering a question about whether the State Department was getting ready to talk with the Biden transition team. There will be a smooth transition to a second Trump administration, Pompeii let out a small laugh and smiled after making the comment. Ahead of the Providence External Review Authority, which is reviewing an arrest made by a Providence police officer earlier this year, has made two videos of the arrest public. They show Sergeant Joseph Hanley, a white officer punching and kicking Rashaad Gore, a black man back in April, the agency's executive director, Jose Batista, acknowledged at a press conference yesterday. They're releasing the videos would possibly interfere with the pending criminal matter, but said releasing them was the right thing to do. As the city has grappled with racial as the city is grappled with racial justice issues is here. The union for the Providence Police condemned to the release and called for Batista to be removed from his position. Providence once again surpassed a daily record for high temperatures on Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. NewsRadio 9 20 in one or 47 FM sports the Celtics and Mourning the loss of the legendary Tommy Heinsohn. He passed away yesterday at age.

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"providence police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Into whether a Providence police cruiser hit a hophead Sunday afternoon, Mayor or hey, Eliza wants a fair investigation. My role throughout this entire incident and investigation will be first and foremost. Ensuring that we have a full, fair, honest, transparent investigation into what happened just a few days ago to accomplish that. We've also reached out to the attorney general's office instead of either resisting or waiting for them to come now. We reached out and invited them to be part of this process to ensure that we have A second independent set of eyes to make sure that we could be as transparent and inspires much confidence and trust in the public that this investigation is indeed full fare professional and honest. Jamal Gonsalves was rushed to the hospital in critical condition after the crash, which occurred his police were trying to contain hundreds of off road vehicles that took to the city's streets. As working from home continues. Many are feeling the flipside of living in a leafy suburb as we hear from CBS's Lane cop that's the sound of a leaf blower usually heard only on weekends or while you were at work. Now, people are fitting those garden chores into their working day and annoying the neighbours. Others are busy building patios or landscaping, making the most of being at home. But it's driving those not on the same timetable Crazy with official complaints more than doubling in some areas. Elaine Cobb, CBS News Countdown is on. People want their places open. 2020 presidential election knew determine the outcome of this election. What will we know? And when will we know it? I paid 27.

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News Radio 920 AM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And staff, childcare providers, critical workers in high risk settings, people in staff in homeless shelters and group homes, incarcerated individuals. And staff those with moderate health conditions and also other older adults. Speed cameras air turning back on Today and Providence. The camera's all of which are located in school zones were shutdown in March after the covert 19 pandemic for schools to move classes on wine drivers who are captured by the cameras driving more than 11 miles over 20 MPH will be given a $50 fine. The cameras operate from 7 a.m. to 6 P.m. on weekdays. Members of the Providence Police Department spoke with a group of almost 50 concerned residents yesterday about the rise in crime in the city. The officer said. The department is doing what they can and also urging the crowd to report crimes to the police. Some of the meeting, including Councilwoman Joann Ryan, called for hiring more police officers. Mayor Laursen, who did not attend the event, said the city is looking to expand intervention strategies, including the mobile health unit and gun buyback programs. After three years, the Hawkins Street bridge is open again or an island. Doughty announced a couple of days ago on Friday that the bridge has been successfully replaced, but added the project's not finished in lane closures are still possible. The bridge was closed in October, 2017 after an inspection revealed it was badly deteriorated. The Corona virus pandemic, making it hard for millions of out of work Americans to meet their housing expenses. The Mortgage Bankers Association reports more than six million people failed to make the rent or mortgage payments in September. The Associations Institute for Housing America says that shows how economic fallout from the pandemic is weighing on Americans who've lost their jobs. The percentage of home owners and renters or behind in the payments fell slightly in the third quarter. But experts warn the overall number is still high. Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer says President Trump's words have consequences on NBC's Meet the press, the Democratic governor claimed Trump is exciting domestic terrorism with his words. She made this statement just one day after the president held a rally in Michigan, and attendees started chanting Lock her up, as Trump called for Michigan to reopen. 6 20 traffic and weather together on the tends, Let's head out to the traffic center with Jackie Murphy sponsored by dot com You're heavy and slow on 95 south from before he stabbed To a crash before 1 17 That's exit 10. It's blocking the two right travel lanes, along with another crash in the breakdown lane. As a result, 2 95 South is also difficult for me staff to 95. I'm Jackie.

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"providence police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Providence Police say the nine year old was walking home in the Hartford neighbourhood of the city and a just stepped off her school bus. You can see the abduction play out. In seconds. The man notices her gets into his SUV and pulls up into the driveway of the girl's home. When she ignores him and tries to walk away. He grabs her from behind and forces her into his car. Scary just to think about I come here every day ofthe Providence police tell W v Z. The man is from nearby Cranston. And charges are pending. In a statement, officials say, impart this dangerous individual has been removed from the streets of our city due to the swift and vigilant work of our officers. Girl was dropped back off in the same area about an hour after she was abducted. All the Justice Department is taking its case to the U. S. Supreme Court looking to reinstate the death penalty. Against Boston Marathon Bombers Heart Sir Neve. A Court of Appeals recently overturned the death penalty decision against Tsarnaev and ordered a new penalty phase trial, claiming pretrial publicity was not taken into consideration during jury selection. New this morning. Firefighters are up against it in Cambridge. Let's get right to W. B. C strew Mulholland. Flames broke out at a home on Buckingham Street earlier this morning. It's been a tough one to knock down here. We do know. At least one firefighter was treated at the scene and then taken away on a stretcher. No word on condition. This thing went to three alarms this morning help coming in from surrounding communities to try to knock down these flames. No word from officials yet on who was in this house. If anyone still an active scene, we will keep you posted. Drew Mo Holland W. B C. Boston's news radio True, Thank you, 6 47, And it is just about sunrise here in Boston, and partly cloudy skies 58 right now always calm. But it's going to be a different story this afternoon with some high wind and the possibility of heavy rain moving in later today, a new collaboration all in the name of understanding the ramifications of covert 19 in the Boston area. BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe has Mohr on a new partnership between Brigham and Women's Hospital and the Broad Institute at MIT and Harvard. It's called Test Boston. The study will allow 10 thous And people to test themselves at home for the covert virus and evidence of previous infection A number of times over the course of six months. The program is being led by doctor and Willie and infectious disease physician at the Brigham The whole goal of the studies to really build to increase access the testing a more convenient way by doing home testing and able to increase the number of individual that we can so that we can really develop a surveillance mechanism to hopefully be able to then tea before there was a surge of A greater number of infections that we can predict out and know that that will happen so that we could then put the measures in place that are needed to manage that, Willie says. Another goal of the study is to help bridge the health disparity gap by providing access to testing an areas hardest hit by the virus. Kevin Tonic left W B Z Boston's NewsRadio buying a house well and maybe a seller's markets on the real estate front thes days, but buyers have an ace in the hole. When it comes to opting a rental unit in Massachusetts. W. B C sherry small with details. It's another sign of the tough economic times and one that's giving tenants of rental properties more leverage to negotiate. With so many vacancies. Some landlords are paying the rental broker fee, typically equal to one month's rent. State representative Mike Connelly of Cambridge, says he'd like to see those renter fee's gone broke are actually a rarity in the United States, You know very few places. Have the sort of regime that people experience when they try to move to Boston and find an apartment. New York has been making efforts to do away with broken fuse this session, Connelly file the Tenant Protection Act. One part of the bill would give municipalities more power in regulating those.

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"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"21 047 FM. I have to wait to get you done fixed, I guess since down 6 45 on this Hump Day, Wednesday, October, the seventh For the weather forecast is certainly going to spin a little bit later day. Mostly cloudy afternoon showers Very likely Today It's awfully cloudy right down, then some strong winds will move into the area. Past the noontime hours, according to Storm Team 10 meteorologist Christine Earnings Forecast Winds of up to 25 30 Miles an hour with gusts strongest 50 miles an hour today mild high of 72 degrees Cold Front comes through. It's going to stay windy all day again tomorrow. Sunshine and a lot cooler with a high of 63 degrees. So Deal with it. Okay. If you've got a lot of stuff that's still out, you know, lawn furniture and things like that. And if it's soo, if it's garbage day in your neighborhood, your neighbor might inherit your garbage cancer. Move stuff in, okay, because the National Weather Service has downgraded Rhode Island from Ah, High wind watch for today. Just like this. Just a wind advisory. But when you're looking Augusta 55 Miles an hour I would say that that's enough. That is enough. A suspect wanted in connection with a child abduction and Providence is in custody. The man was not immediately identified. But the Providence Police Department says it's a 34 year old from Cranston, who was caught on surveillance video that showed clearly showed that the nine year old girl was being abducted after getting off a school bus on Monday. She was reportedly later dropped off in the area. So we should be finding out the identity of this 34 year old individual from Cranston soon and we'll keep you updated on that. Three people are facing charges for an alleged conspiracy to bring controlled substances into the Rhode Island training school for residents to use But I haven't state police reports indicate that Michael War in a juvenile program.

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"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"7 35 Good morning Tuesday, September 29th dealing with some dense morning fog this morning, it's going to eventually burn off to a partly sunny and very sticky day today with a high of 75 degrees. Steadier and heavier rain will be rolling in in the evening hours and into the overnight hours with gusty winds, too. And then the unsettled stuff continues tomorrow. Christina earning from storm team tense as Wednesday showers and thunderstorms throughout the day with a high of 72 degrees, but man Do we ever need the rain because we are in a drought and right now it's 60 60 Grace Jack period. The pro. Jo says Rain this week could help quench the southern New England landscape, which is desperately thirsty for water. National Weather Service says four months in a row of below average rainfall, all of Rhode Island except for Block Island is in severe to extreme drought conditions. Back in mid September, the governor Issued a drought advisory urging Rhode Islanders to be mindful of their water use not from May 1st Until the 1st 27 days of September, the Providence area had only 8.2 inches of rain. That's less than half Of the 16.38 inches that it normally gets, according to the National Weather Service, So we're in a drop. So while showers were in the forecast yesterday, we did have some on and off the weather service, as we just said, is expecting. As is Christine Ernie from Storm Team 10. She's in lockstep with the National Weather Service, looking at some pretty heavy stuff coming down starting later today and a very unsettled day tomorrow, But listening at least it's not the weekend, right? And right now, 67 degrees sticky out. Their Providence Police department took action, shutting down a club over the weekend for allegedly exceeding capacity big time. The number of people at the revel lounge and bistro that's on O'Connell.

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"providence police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of the so called peaceful protest, we have Lukashenko, who's been empowered now for 26 years, calling the strikes in significant declaring he will not cave to the pressure. And at 507, a billboard devoted to a woman fatally shot by police in Kentucky has been targeted by Vandals. Your CBS's Jim Carcela, someone threw red paint on one of 26 billboards that include a picture of brown, a tailor. They were erected ended around Louisville, Kentucky by Oprah Winfrey earlier this month. The billboards feature call to action, demanding that police involved in the killing of the 26 year old African American woman to be arrested and charged. Taylor, Louisville paramedic was fatally shot when police broke into our apartment with a no knock warrant in mid March. Jim Krystle, a CBS News and a former Providence police recruit, who's black, suing the department, now saying he endured race based harassment and humiliation at the police academy before he was avenged. We kicked out the U and the federal lawsuit claiming Michael Clark was the on ly recruit, subjected to repeated stun gun shocks, shocks letting him leaving him bleeding with skin burns during a training exercise, Clark is seeking damages and retraining of academy instructors. No comment from Providence Police. Five away time for Bloomberg Business Here's and Rhodey I'm in us trying to trade worries, but also strong earnings reports. It was a loss for the Dow today Down 67 but a new record high for the S and P 500 up eight first record in six months. The NASDAQ put another light on its string of recent records, ending up 81 points today. Just finished quarter was big for the world's biggest store chain. WalMart Road the strong wave of its grocery business and watch it's online orders nearly double sales inside stores jumped more than 9% beating Analystsforecasts. But Wal Mart says sales weakened toward the end of last quarter. As those federal stimulus track. Scott mostly used up and it's morning that a strong performance will be harder to come. By this quarter shares ended down almost a half percent. Andrew wrote a Bloomberg business on W. B z Boston's news radio. What do you think of W. B? C news radio?.

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"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Ron here the stories we're working on today. Tragedy on Block Island over the weekend, where a 17 year old boy died following a car crash. New Shore in police chief Vincent A car loan tells ABC six A female driver, also 17 struck up whole on Westside Road at around 12 30 yesterday afternoon. The driver survived. A 17 year old passenger was killed. Another teen was reportedly flew into Rhode Island Hospital with serious injuries. State police say the driver is being held on charges including do and driving to endanger, resulting in death. Providence Police are investigating a deadly shooting over the weekend. A man identified as del Ron Fields of Providence was found shot in the parking lot of a Duncan on Broad street. Just after midnight Saturday. One police officer was reportedly struck by a vehicle and the driver was arrested for DUI at a vigil held for fields on Saturday night. An East Bay man is facing charges and an apparent racial incident. A pair of videos shared on social media by neighbor last week, shelling alleged assault and use of a racial slur, then a follow up dialogue with Richard Gordon of Barrington, who admits to using the slur in the second video, Gordon's neighbor who is of Middle Eastern Heritage, was said to be replacing a missing property marker that had been placed by a surveyor prior to the altercation. Gordon is charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct. Barrington Police say the state attorney general's office is being consulted about a possible hate crime charge. National Security adviser Robert O'Brien claims China plans to meddle and upcoming US elections on CBS's face The nation. O'Brien accused the Chinese of trying to hack into state election websites. They'd like the president to lose and China like Russia, like Iran have engaged in cyber attacks and fishing and that sort of thing. O'Brien says China has no interest in President Trump getting re elected.

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Boston Area - RI Police Seeking Two Men In Connection With Cruiser Arson, Vandalism

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Area - RI Police Seeking Two Men In Connection With Cruiser Arson, Vandalism

"The FBI in Rhode Island State police are working to identify two men suspected in connection with the vandalism and arson of a Providence Police Department cruiser. The FBI is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the identification and arrests of those responsible. They put out a poster and video of two men seen in the early morning hours of June 2nd near Providence Place Mall. The cruiser was torched that night after an anti police violence protest. Police arrested 65 people that Night.

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"providence police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Working whether they're in Chelsea a warrants of Brockton off Boston. They risk their lives every single day. Congressman Joe Kennedy, the third who's mounting a primary challenge against Senator Mark, He tells us the rally. We cannot go back to where we were, he says. Now we see that service workers are essential, President Trump says Portland, Oregon is just the beginning. Speaking in the old office, he says his administration is sending more federal officers to cities. That have been experiencing violent protests. More federal law enforcement that I can tell you in Portland. They've done a fantastic job. They'd been there three days. And they really have done a fantastic job in a very short period of time. No problem. They grabbed a lot of people in jail. Their leader's easier advocacies air, not protest the president, repeating his declaration that the situation in Chicago is worse than Afghanistan. He adds that if former vice president Joe Biden beats him in November, the whole country. Go to hell. Providence City Councilor says he and his family have been targeted by Vandals who want to defund the city's police Council and John Aegaleo Z says his driveway was tagged with graffiti and someone put spokes in the tyres of his vehicle belonging to him and his son. Pelosi says it is an act of intimidation, adding he's committed to improving Providence police. The entire council has issued a statement in support of their colleague. Police have added extra security in that neighborhood. Three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. We're going to start, Mike Let's start to the North End. We've got troubles on the operetta troupe 1 28 South bound. It's Chand up a bit through Beverly Hills. A car fire at Bramble Lab, leaving you down a one lane. Be careful up there. Now. 93 north pounds hung up through Wilmington coming up past roots 62 1 25 And look at Route 99 North jammed out of that Sullivan Square rotary upon to the drawbridge upped up into Everett. Up towards the casino. Look, the expressway South. Not good, crawling out of the tunnel most of the way down towards the gas tank. Looks like you're back in it by Furnace Brook Parkway. Now, North bound DeLay is starting before granted, have a pass in the pond. Three South is jammed up a bit coming out of Braintree and again from heard, 18 down to Derby Street. No surprise there, 90 three's backed up either way, exiting off to Route 24 on the Cape for 28 North is backed up 1/2 a mile into the born rotary. It's been like that for a while. Down down. It's pretty quiet. For the most part, the lower deck to Tobin Bridge, the lever it down ramp. They're all good. No real issues along Storrow Drive in the Mass. Pike's off to a pretty good start as well. My king W. B. C's traffic on.

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"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Here are the stories we're working on today an internal investigation is finding no signs that Providence police officers engaged in racial profiling and an encounter with the black firefighter earlier this month Providence public safety commissioner Steven Perry released a one minute body camera video from one of the officers who responded to the Messer street fire station and drew their weapons on a vehicle with firemen Terrell potty inside he was in uniform Terry speaking to the media on zoom they were drawn to the car because the description so the answer is no it wasn't racial profiling because they didn't know who was in our area said officers were investigating whether the vehicle was involved in a reported attempted armed robbery he said officers could have used better discretion especially the decision by officer Matthew St Dorsey to search the vehicle after it was established that this was not the one authorities were looking for Kerry said St Dorsey will be disciplined for turning his body cam off the road island house finance committee is voting to approve a supplemental budget a combination of federal funding to states that rainy day funds and the tapping of unspent funds from state agencies are being used to address a gap of about two hundred and fifty million dollars in the fiscal year that concludes at the end of this month caused by pandemic related revenue losses the Senate finance committee discussed the bill yesterday and plans to vote tomorrow with a possible vote to immediately follow in the full Senate according to NBC ten Rhode Island Attorney General Peter name rona is planning to issue updated and expanded protocol for review of police use of deadly force it will require all law enforcement agencies in the state to immediately report such incidents to the AG's office they will then be an independent review of the incident and the AG will make decisions regarding charges where appropriate senator Kamilla Harris is no fan of president trump's executive order on police reform on Twitter the California Democrat called the policing executive order meaningless she argued trump is used racially charged rhetoric since the start of his presidency parents and in America needs real reforms and called for the justice in policing act to be passed trump's order will lead to a chokehold ban unless the officer's life is at risk the new jail in BC news radio scientists are hailing a steroid treatment as a major breakthrough in the fight against cove in nineteen trial results show dexamethasone is the first drug to reduce death rates by about a third of the most.

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"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"For photos or videos of people engaged in criminal behavior during last week's rioting in downtown Providence sixty five people were arrested you know after rioters torched a police car they broke into the Providence place mall and they spread the destruction to city property to and downtown businesses this all followed what was originally an apparent police brutality protest governor Rimando who called the rights an attack on the city last week said on Monday she said yesterday that arrests will continue to be made as the FBI does work with state police the state Attorney General and others too in related news the Providence police department says an unidentified officers been placed on paid leave as officials investigate the use of what the calling less lethal device the use of less lethal device that apparently sent someone to the hospital during the police response to the riots so some updates from last week's Providence riots as the FBI continues to investigators and one officer is on leave Allie's donuts caused quite a stir with that social media post over the weekend dropping police and military discounts and here's Courtney Carter from Eyewitness News owner Matt Drescher first took to social media to announce he would no longer be offering a police and military discounts on doughnuts the north Kingstown donut shop says it's a sign of support for the black lives matter movement the opinions from those who agreed or disagreed on social media were quick and swift so much so that the owner released the following video explaining himself on Sunday that message I didn't really convey my intention I just wanted to take away a privilege from people.

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"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Public health we want to be ready for either one we definitely hope that there is not a resurgence but need to be vigilant make sure that we have the precautions in place I'm Jim gangly already newsradio nine twenty in one oh four seven F. M. here the top local stories were following governor Amado says she has activated the National Guard to support state police and local police in response to the heavy damage including in downtown Providence last night at least sixty five people facing charges after violence erupted overnight in downtown Providence police estimate a crowd of three hundred to five hundred gathered to protest the death last week of George Floyd in Minneapolis police say the crowds started throwing bricks rocks and flares at about two AM this morning at officers some broken the Providence place mall damaging more than a dozen stores elsewhere in the downtown area windows were shattered stores were looted police car set on fire eight to ten Providence police officers did suffer some form of injuries Providence police and state troopers reportedly and repeatedly fired tear gas to disperse the crowd the superintendent of state police claims last night's violence in downtown Providence was incited by out of state Energous colonel James Manny describes those involved in vandalism and looting as a mob not protesters he says there was substantial damage to vehicles and buildings again the chaos erupted about two o'clock in the morning get news twenty four seven on demand that news radio R. I. dot com now here's your storm team ten forecast for today temperatures head into the low seventies seasonable with partly sunny conditions stay is expected to be mostly dry but an isolated shower can't be ruled out especially late this afternoon or evening by tomorrow a better chance of scattered showers with partly sunny conditions and increasing heat in the low eighties with more of a human feel I'm starting ten meteorologist Christina earning on newsradio nine twenty and one of four seven FM more police officers charged Lisa Brady fox news the new charges are not in Minneapolis where George Floyd died in police custody last week the reddit lanta with the mayor had fired two officers already after seeing video of two college students pulled out of a car during protests over the weekend now six officers are charged with counts ranging from.

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"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Not hurt Providence police and fire requiring the assistance of eleven ambulances into fire trucks from Chris Stempel took a north Providence still hope to so was sold was there I'm just looking east Providence the injured were taken to our island hospital Roger Williams Medical Center and Miriam hospital the might about some broken ribs and some broken bones but I'm not sure yeah what the seriousness of the injuries are what is colleges I can tell you that a rip the spokeswoman said the agency is cooperating with Providence police on the investigation as Courtney Carter from my witness news it's now six forty let's hit the road ways again to the traffic center we go check in with John him with this report from the exchange and temporal scanner thermometer company getting her Attleboro ninety five north on twenty four north bound up to one twenty eight from Brockton little heavier as well but quieter Cranston products but packet in ninety five north and south and one ninety five looking good three east Providence with your southern New England traffic down John hapless a brutal cold and flu season is here the number one flu symptom is fever so use a thermometer proven accurate by more than eighty clinical studies we can't always predict the flu season but we can always prepare for with the expert in temporal scanner ex Surgeon dot com here's the forecast from storm team ten meteorologist Christina Ernie mostly clear skies today but cold with high temperatures reaching the upper twenties to near thirty degrees overnight chilly in the teens and low twenties Wednesday temperatures trends slightly closer to normal with highs in the lower middle thirties with mostly clear skies I'm storm team ten meteorologist Christina Ernie on newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM fifteen degrees still awfully cold out there coming up next to the deadly virus is being imported from China it's six forty one the impeachment of the president we I always said I would send them over the radio tired of this regime hauling out the ayatollahs in two three four times today I'm running for president Donald Trump he's newsradio nine twenty one oh four seven FM.

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"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Apparently lost his new job as a state house lobbyist W. P. R. I. TV reported the on Monday the cart of Ali and registered as a lobbyist for quicker lane bait and tackle in north Kingstown but yesterday the shop owner sent an email to the new stations investigated bureau saying he's been terminated as a lobbyist a reason was not given karma valley last year finished a home confinement sentence for perjury after prosecutors said he lied to the province board of canvassers about where he lived north Providence police department is putting out information about a gold ring believed to have been left behind by a suspect in a breaking and entering incident authorities say the ring was located on December thirtieth in connection to the reported incident on Wellesley Avenue north Providence PD is asking the public to help identify the rightful owner of the ring and a possible suspect vehicle that was seen on camera footage this is the twenty one oh four seven daily rewind with Ron Saint Pierre senior care services radio nine twenty four seven FM traffic red red and more read out there is it's going to be a little jammed up for yeah because of a crash that just clear ninety five south bound just get to exit twenty seven one ninety five west is still to be sold by Broadway and we're still seeing a bunch a read on the six thirty in band is gonna run dean street I'm Dan and that is your southern knowing what traffic this report is sponsored by the exigent Hambro scanner thermometer is your family ready for cold and flu season knowing when it's the flu let you know when to call your doctor the flu brings a.

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"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Near eighty degrees, founders day itself. Looks like it's going to be hazy warm and sticky with a high of seventy eight degrees. And right now it's up to sixty degrees. Jack Perry in the Providence Journal says today, a black bear roaming through Burrillville yesterday morning caused a lot of commotion on Facebook, according to the Burrillville animal control officer, but there's no reason to panic saying that bears have been in the area for years. The town department sit in the Facebook post to become says that beer, mating season started in male bears will be traveling in search of mates in their likely. To be seen more often, and they're also looking for easy meals, according to the Burrillville animal control department. That's the concern is that I don't want to become one of those easy meals that they're looking for, you know, and certainly don't want to see my dog become an easy meal for the bear either. Right. So I gotta admit you know, when I'm walking around when we're walking the dog now because I live in the north Kingstown, East Greenwich area. I keep my eyes open and the wooded areas. No question. She tons of deer all kinds of wildlife out there now, six thirty eight providence police have identified the man suspected of shooting into the air at the fest on Saturday. Mandolin list in the journal says he's been idea as Michael Robertson, whose twenty four years old offices. Do have a warrant out for his arrest. They're working to try to find them, according to the statement from the providence police department. They said this guy should be considered armed and dangerous and you shouldn't approach him if you see him shots rang out at the corner of Washington and union streets at around eleven pm on Saturday during that Peavy fast Providence's signature music. And arts festival. Nobody was injured but the incident caused crowds of people to scatter in panic and, you know, when you consider the fact that between fifty thousand seventy thousand people were their estimated to be there at that time downtown. Well, you know what? They're lucky. Nobody got trampled. Nobody got hurt. So they're looking for this brilliant as we speak. It's six thirty eight now on the third try the abortion rights Bill sent to the Senate floor. Steph Machado from eyewitness news has the story. Protestors chanting outside the Senate president's office after the health and human services committee sent reproductive rights legislation to the Senate floor. It takes some effort to get it to the to the floor. I think also there is been a national movement that has been designed to provide misinformation about what abortion,.

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Mom found dead in trunk of kidnap suspect's car, family says

WBZ Afternoon News

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Mom found dead in trunk of kidnap suspect's car, family says

"Good afternoon. I'm Josh binswanger. Here's what's happening. New developments in the death of Jesse Korea. We go now to our Kim Tunnicliffe who is live outside the home in Dorchester, Kim. Good afternoon. Josh will there's hugs and heartbreak the home of Jesse Korea's dash here on Ashman straight, family members and friends continued to pour into the house. They don't want to be together while they tried to come to terms with the fact that they'll never see Jesse again, understandably there's been crying sobbing and even wailing coming from the house, we've been told that Korea's mother or father will be coming out to speak to the media. But that hasn't happened yet. The body of the twenty three year old mother was found in a trunk and Louis Coleman's car which was pulled over in Delaware yesterday. Coleman has been arraigned in Delaware on a fugitive charge. He'll be returned to New England at some point this weekend. She's from providence providence police have charged him with kidnapping and mutilation of a dead human body in Dorchester, Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio. As kim. Just mentioned the suspect Louis Coleman is from providence and Rhode Island. Authorities believe he took Jesse Korea to. Apartment before heading south. We spoke with WPRI TV's chief investigative reporter, Tim white was not going into the apartment under her own power. So we don't know lifeless. We don't know she was unconscious, but certainly investigators believe he had to bring her into

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"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Costantino. Rich, my rights as a woman and endanger my life. I should return the favor and try to abridge his rights as a man and endanger his life. When you read those words. You know, they're gonna come after me someone's going to come after me threaten either myself or my family and killing Costantino took the issue to Rhode Island state police who confirm they are investigating DuPont tells I witness news, she was questioned by police Thursday, but says she never intended to threaten Costantino and the entirety of her testimony was in today's environment. I rather be safe than sorry. I'm not going to be bullied absolutely not going to be bullied or threatened by anyone not at this point stage of my life. And I asked Costantino what he'd like to see come out of this investigation. He says he hopes police talk to DuPont. And the issue comes to an end. Hey, I take it seriously too. So I agree with that Representative Amanda Milkovich in the Providence Journal was something in the water today. A Cranston Mann's accused of making threats on Facebook against providence. Mayor elorza. Providence. Police George Bruce Valliere of Cranston with a felony count of making threats to a public official and a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct. This guy was arraigned Thursday afternoon and district court where he was released on his own recognizance. A judge ordered him to submit to a mental health evaluation. Not to have any contact with the mayor values accused of writing obscenity Laden threats to Eloisa on the mayor's Facebook account, according to an affidavit supporting an arrest warrant now one said that Elorza would be limping home. If he walked by him following by another that rambled about a lawsuit mother on an airplane, and we'll have a picture to show everyone. That's according to the affidavit. So the mayor's spokesperson Emily crawl said on Tuesday. Tuesday, brought the messages to the attention of a providence police officer on the city hall security detail..

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"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"providence police" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Fridge, my rights as a woman and endanger my life. I return the favor and try to abridge his rights as a man and endanger his life when you read the word danger. What goes through? You know, they're gonna come after me someone's gonna come after me threaten either myself from my family, and you know, Kelly Costantino took the issue to Rhode Island state police confirm. They are investigating DuPont tells us news she was questioned by police Thursday, but says she never intended to threaten Costantino and the entirety of her testimony was satirical in today's environment. I'd rather be safe than sorry. I'm not going to be bullied absolutely not going to be bullied or threatened by anyone not at this point in stage of my life. And I asked Costantino what he'd like to see come out of this investigation. He says he hopes police talk to DuPont. And the issue comes to an end, I take it seriously too. So I agree with that Representative. It's now nine minutes after six o'clock, Amanda Milkovich in the Providence Journal was just something in the water today. A Cranston Mann's accused of making threats on Facebook against providence. Mayor elorza. Providence police charge Bruce Valliere of Cranston with a felony count of making threats to a public official and a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct. This guy was arraigned Thursday afternoon in district court where he was released on his own recognizance. A judge ordered him to submit to a mental health evaluation. Not to have any contact with the mayor values accused of writing obscenity Laden threats to Elorza on the mayor's Facebook account, according to an affidavit supporting an arrest warrant now one said that Elorza would be limping home. If he walked by him following by another that rambled about Laura's mother on an airplane, and we'll have a picture to show everyone. That's according to the affidavit. So the mayor's spokesperson Emily Crowley said on Tuesday. Tuesday, brought the messages to the attention of a providence police officer on the city hall security detail. So this guy's charged in threats to the providence. Mayor now ten after six NewsRadio nine twenty one zero four seven.

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Steve Klamkin, Officer and Reverend Joseph Escobar discussed on The Dan Yorke Show

The Dan Yorke Show

01:13 min | 3 years ago

Steve Klamkin, Officer and Reverend Joseph Escobar discussed on The Dan Yorke Show

"Leaders and youth serving organizations providence police pay tribute to their brothers and sisters who've died over the past year and in the line of duty we get the story from wpro steve klamkin at the annual peace officers memorial service providence pays tribute to its men and women in blue it is a tough job to be a police officer in america today it is a tough job in the city chief hugh clements says ten men and women have died in the line of duty thirteen members of the police family passed away in the last year reverend joseph escobar offered a prayer watch overall police and law enforcement officers protect them from harm the performance of their duties on wreath was laid in memory of the department at the public safety headquarters in providence steve klamkin wpro news and if you've got a little one coming emma and liam were the most frequently chosen baby names 2017 for the fourth year in a row emma top the list that's according to the social security administration they compile things like that liam pushed last year's champ no it a second claiming the top spot the social security administration releases the thousand most popular baby names every year traffic accuweather and the dan yorke.

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Top Massachusetts court clears MIT in student suicide lawsuit

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:31 min | 3 years ago

Top Massachusetts court clears MIT in student suicide lawsuit

"To listen to us here wbz just say alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio wbz news time four forty a ruling was handed down today by the highest court in massachusetts in the case of an mit student who committed suicide as we hear from wbz's carl stevens the question for the court was should mit be held responsible for that students deaf restrict supreme court ruled that mit is not liable for the suicide of a student in two thousand nine but the court left open the possibility of legal liability in other cases where a student commit suicide twenty five year old grad student hon win killed himself jumped off a roof the court ruled that mit's not liable for his death in part because he never stated plans or intentions to commit suicide however the court did say that in certain circumstances a college or university may have a duty to take reasonable measures to prevent suicide those circumstances simply did not exist in this particular case carl stevens wbz newsradio ten thirty hearing about a bizarre crash in providence police say an suv they're caught fire hit two other cars roll through an intersection and run into a bus stop providence journal reporting that driver was taken to an area hospital with minor injuries no word on any charges in salem a number of pot shops could be planted in the same part of the city and that's not sitting too well with some residents and business owners six businesses are proposing to open pot shops within a three mile radius in the which city from jefferson avenue to highland dab five of them would be along busy route one oh seven including.

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