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No charges against officers involved in Daniel Prude's death
"New York's Attorney General says it's extremely disappointing a grand jury decided not to recommend criminal charges against the police officers who held down a naked black man in distress who died after that encounter last winter a year ago body cam video recorded the Rochester police departments encounter with forty one year old Daniel proved who was handcuffed naked with a spit hood over his head his face shoved into the ground the man in the throes of a mental health crisis prude stopped breathing and later died after being taken off life support New York Attorney General to tissue James says she thinks the seven officers should be charged with prudence death the system too often allows officers to use deadly force unnecessarily and without consequence and that is a system that at its core is broken lawyers for the seven officers who were suspended said they were following procedure hi Jackie Quinn
Officers suspended over pepper spraying of 9-year-old
"Following on 10 10 wins. An investigation is underway this morning in upstate New York over an incident involving police and a young child. Rochester, New York police officers involved in the arrest handcuffing and pepper spraying of a nine year old girl have been suspended. They said the child was suicidal. The Reverend Lewis Stewart is a community activist. The Rochester Police Department once again mishandled it incident involving a child. The police union says the officers tried several things to call. The child before
Rochester, New York, Officers Suspended After Pepper-Spraying of 9-Year-Old Girl
"Is underway in upstate New York into a disturbing incident involving police in a child. CBS is Jim Chris Ula has the story. Rochester, New York police officers involved in the arrest handcuffing and pepper spraying of a nine year old girl had been suspended. They said the child was suicidal. The Reverend Lewis Stewart is a community activist. The Rochester Police Department once again mishandled it incident involving a child. The police union says the officers tried Several things to calm the child before using pepper spray.
Officers suspended over pepper spraying of 9-year-old
"Involved in the arrest handcuffing and pepper spraying of a nine year old girl have been suspended. They said the child was suicidal. The Reverend Lewis Stewart is a community activist. The Rochester Police Department once again mishandled it incident involving a child. The police union says the officers tried several things to calm the child before using pepper spray. Jim Chris, Illicit Bs
Rochester officers suspended over pepper spraying of 9-year-old
"Correspondent Jim Cruz solo with the latest on police officers who pepper sprayed a nine year old girl last week. Rochester, New York police officers involved in the arrest handcuffing and pepper spraying of a nine year old girl have been suspended. They said the child was suicidal. The Reverend Lewis Stewart is a community activist. Rochester Police Department once again mishandled it incident involving a child. The police union says the officers tried several things to calm the child before using pepper spray.
Rochester Police Pepper-Sprayed 9-Year-Old Girl, Footage Shows
"Rochester Police Department is releasing Bodycam footage. Shows a nine year old girl being pepper sprayed while handcuffed in the bank of a cop car. Speaking earlier today, Deputy police Chief Andre Anderson said the girl was detained after nine officers responded to a call about family trouble. He says the girl reported she wanted to kill not only herself, but her mother. Police chief Cynthia Harriet Sullivan told reporters. She's not going to say the Pepper. Spraying a child is OK, adding the department is going to work to ensure these things don't happen in the future. Rochester's mayor, Lovely Warren also comment on the incident, saying it's something that it's not something that really anybody should want to justify.
"rochester police department" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"So I was one fair port dad to the Superintendent Relative to Daniel prude today a lawyer for the seven suspended officers going to stand up with the locust club and lay out in black and white literally the training regulations or whatever you call it of the Rochester Police Department and contrast those directly with what took place that night again, you and I spoke from the very first day that video is out there about what transpired on Jefferson Avenue I personally don't think that the way the officers acted is the way that I would've acted or a compassionate person would have however. It is obvious that the physical tactics that were used one was to hold down his head. The other was to place a need between his shoulder blades, both of those tactics. Are trained exactly that way by the Rochester Police Department these officers had been told by their department in this situation, this is what you do. Right and we reported on this program the Rochester Police Department adapted those techniques into their mandatory training and their standard of best practice after those techniques were approved by the State Office that oversees law enforcement agencies The boss of that Mike Green former Monroe County district attorney. So those officers that night and again i. Again I'm I nobody to second guess but you and I all looked at that and said, why didn't they just put him in the COP car? Why didn't they put a blanket on him? Why don't they watching better as he's being restrained? Why is nobody Mutt? We got all that. We mostly of US agree on that. But but the point is the actual things that were done in that situation. How do you restrain a person under those circumstances? These officers did exactly what they were trained to do. Right, and if if that wasn't the right thing to do and we can have that discussion of course, and I can understand a lot of different viewpoints on that. But if that wasn't the right thing to do, that's not on the officers. That's on the city of Rochester and. and. Because the city of Rochester Police Department adapted those two restraint techniques after they were approved by the state of.
Rochester mayor appoints first female interim police chief
"Choice for a new interim police chief in the troubled Rochester Police Department in a visible show change. Rochester mayor Lovely Warrant appointing the city's first black female police chief to take over the department, rocked by the police death of Daniel Prude Ah black man who died in police custody. Cynthia Harriet Sullivan named interim police chief effective in October. She'll take over after the previous chief was relieved of his Duties, and several other high ranking officers resigned or were demoted over proves death. While there are some longstanding inexcusable practices within our department The vast majority of our officers are committed to serving and protecting our city Mayor Warren saying Traditional policing practices must be altered and improved to better serve and protect citizens.
Rochester shooting: Two dead after mass shooting in New York
"What they are calling a mass shooting this morning. A seven year old among the people shot more than 100 people running off when the shooting began. Police confirmed 16 people in total shot two of them fatally just before three and the Rochester Police Department major crimes unit tweeting that they were on the scene of a mass shooting and there were fatalities. Interim police chief Mark Simmons have 16 Confirmed victims of shooting. And I'm sad to announce that two of those 16 received a fatal wound. The two dead A man and a woman described between the ages of 18 and 20 Tuesday with 10 10 wins in 10 10
"rochester police department" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Rochester Police Department has been rocked by the suffocation death of Daniel Prude who was handcuffed and naked with a hood over his head. Yet another tropical threat Tropical Storm beta and a hurricane watch for coastal Texas John Kang Leo C of the National Hurricane Center. Some of the reigning could begin as early as tonight in some of the outer bands across the coast of Texas, Louisiana. But the brunt of the impact will likely eagle late in the weekend and early next week. There have been so many storms this season. Forecasters are now using the Greek alphabet to name them in California fatigue from the wild fires and smoke on a whole different level this year because it's been ongoing for several weeks, But recently it it was very dark and cloudy. You couldn't come outside. I certainly wouldn't have been out here. Onda does affect your psyche. A fire northeast of Los Angeles has destroyed more homes. It's not clear, however, how many yet. Firefighters battling from to Franz, This is CBS News. Brought to you by MassMutual honoring mutuality all around us and the people who prove we're all stronger when we look out for one another, Your news live and local This is WCBS news radio eight radio dot com Station. 51 degrees. We have a sunny sky in New York City. Breezy today, It'll be a cool day. Lots of sunshine, though high just expected to reach 60 for clear skies tonight and Chili, too, with a low of 48 in the city closer to 40 degrees in the suburbs. WCBS news time. 703 flags are flying at half staff across the five boroughs in honor of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Brooklyn native succumbed to pancreatic cancer at the age of 87 more from WCBS Kristy Kelly. She an icon and inspiration and.
"rochester police department" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Unfortunate. In this shameful Rochester Police department has been rocked by the suffocation death of Daniel proved who was handcuffed and naked. With a hood over his head yet another tropical threat Tropical Storm beta and a hurricane watch for coastal Texas John Langley O C of the National Hurricane Center. Some of the rain could begin as early as tonight in some of the outer band across the corrosive action movie Vienna. But the brunt of the impact will likely be late in the weekend and early next week. There have been so many storms this season. Forecasters are now using the Greek alphabet to name them in California fatigue from the wild fires and smoke on a whole different level this year because it's been ongoing for several weeks, But recently it it was very dark and cloudy. You couldn't come outside. I certainly wouldn't have been out here. Onda does affect your psyche, A fire northeast of Los Angeles has destroyed more homes. It's not clear, however, how many yet. Firefighters battling from two fronts. This is CBS News. Save up to 45% during Dale semi annual sale on business laptops and desktops with Intel core processors called 877 by Dale or visit del dot com slash business deals. For all our sakes, we need to avoid crowds as much as possible. But what if you need to go to the post office or mail letters and packages? Whether you're a small business or have a new work from home? Set up stamps dot com can help print postage on demand and never pay full price with access to discounted rates. You can't even get the post office like five cents off every stamp and up to 62% ofthe U. S. P s and UPS shipping rates. Print official US stamps and labels right from your home or office computer for any letter. Any package.
"rochester police department" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Is unfortunate. In this shameful Rochester Police department has been rocked by the suffocation death of Daniel proved who was handcuffed and naked. With a hood over his head yet another tropical threat Tropical Storm beta and a hurricane watch for coastal Texas John Kang Leo C of the National Hurricane Center. Some of the rain could begin as early as tonight in some of the outer bands across the crows Detective movie Vienna But the brunt of the impact will likely be late in the weekend and early next week. There have been so many storms this season. Forecasters are now using the Greek alphabet to name them in California fatigue from the wild fires and smoke on a whole different level this year because it's been ongoing for several weeks, But recently it it was very dark and cloudy. You couldn't come outside. I certainly wouldn't have been out here. Um and and that does affect your psyche. A fire northeast of Los Angeles has destroyed Mohr homes. It's not clear, however, how many yet. Firefighters battling from two frauds. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. They don't balance of nature changing the world. One life at a time. Your products of great, absolutely, general aches and pains. I have some work outside a lot gone. Its eyes. Almost magic. It's almost too hard too good to be true, you know, but it is very.
"rochester police department" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Report prior to my responding to this tragic loss of life. This initial book has shown that we have a pervasive problem in the Rochester Police Department. Police handcuffed prude, put a hood over his head and pinned him to the ground. He died a few days later. The city's relocation of homeless people from the hotel on the Upper West Side. On hold this after a weekend protest to Gracie Mansion, So you protest in. The mayor listens. Apparently, Mayor said he wants to make sure every individual is treated with dignity. There were protests about the home was being housed in the Upper West Side. On the mayor was going to move them back into shelters, but the the protesters Have caused a major put that on hold and a prank at the Jersey Shore. Brought about 1000 people to seaside heights last night, these were you two pranksters they rented out. The home made famous on the MTV Show Jersey shore. Then they started posting videos that caused the crowd to grow outside the home last night until the pranksters were finally kicked out running, and we're getting kicked out of Jersey Shore house way, actually. There you go. Police say the crowd was mostly under control. But they had to break it up because ah lot of people were not wearing masks. I have figured it wasn't socially distance. Okay, that we hear a bad word in that. I hope not. Maybe I misheard that anyway. Yeah, I don't think so. Okay. Thank you, Joey be when we get back Colonics Shane from the Fox Business Channel, follow the money. The campaign money That is, And it's 7 50. Mets beat writer Tim Healy from Newsday on the big sale of the Mets. Balance of Nature's through some veggies in the capsule has helped boost my immune system by giving me the nutrients I need to help fight off viruses. I start my day.
Rochester mayor ousts police chief after Daniel Prude's death
"Warren the mayor of Rochester New York announced she was firing the city's police chief two weeks before he was scheduled to voluntarily step down because of the department's handling of the death of Daniel proved that we have a pervasive problem in the Rochester Police Department. One. That use everything through the eyes of the batch and not the citizens we serve.
Rochester mayor ousts police chief after Daniel Prude's death
"New New York York Mayor Mayor Lovely Lovely Warren Warren has has fired fired the the city's city's police police chief chief and and suspended suspended her her top top lawyer. lawyer. After After the the suffocation suffocation death death of of a a black black man man named named Daniel Daniel proved proved we have a pervasive problem in the Rochester Police Department, one that used everything through the eyes of the badge and not the citizens. We serve. Chief Laurent Singletary had already announced his retirement.
"rochester police department" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"According to the black information. Network Rochester New York police chief Laurent Single Terry. said in a statement that he was honored to serve the city and upstate New York for twenty years and commended his staff. However, he said the protests and criticism of his handling of the investigation into the March twenty third incident are an attempt to destroy his character and integrity. Now, this is in a video that you may have seen on social media Rochester police, officers, approached Daniel prude who was naked and he initially complied with the officer's orders. Mr Perroud. Was subsequently seen shouting and spitting, which prompted officers to place a spit bag over his head. It looked like a hood, the officers then seen pinning Daniel. PRU To the ground while the bag is still on his head and eventually goes lifeless. The medical examiner said that prude died from. Eight complications the mayor of Rochester Her name is a lovely Warren said the police, the mental haircare, the mental health care system, our society and She said, she have all failed Daniel proved. Another one and this happened back in March they just the way they was leaning on his head. Yeah. It was crew. It didn't make no sense man it looked inhumane. It looked just reminded. US of me of George Floyd and how he was killed and it was around the same you know in. March. We didn't even know about this and this is September yeah. Yeah Yeah now, the officers involved initially, they were suspended with pay right now I understand they all quit. They've all resigned while they resigned. Not just the officers their supervisors are the ones that really the chief and his officers in an ranking supervisors under underneath and they say more are coming with the department. I was reading an article in new. York Times about this. Situation as well. It is just sickening and the President says nothing about it and I'm telling Y'all man for president to be in this position and do nothing but divide. You can't allow this in it and just in in brazen's them in makes them feel more empowered to do what they wanna do they just do they've never felt more comfortable in spite of the black lives matter movement. Steel out here doing what they WanNa do and we still get this video footage late so they can build a case up and all this crap. just like they doing with the brother in In Wisconsin trying to come up with here. He had a guy and You had no idea. He was going to get a knife in a car now. What is we Dan Dancing around for? Killing his killing. If you kill somebody if you put a mask, ask anybody and they suffocate you go to jail. You me everybody else you mean, Jack Regular citizens just. Anybody killing anybody for any reason. Except the police. When it comes to killing black people, I'm giving example sadly, the thirteen year old White Kia. The autistic kid in Utah got shot by police. Watch what happened in this police. Watch watch what happened. I'LL BET is ask go to jail I. Promise you that you the shot a thirteen year old little white boy and he was autistic. Oh No sir no sir. Oh No sir yeah yeah. You you're not going to be able to had this sweep this under the rug they're not gonNA. Let you. Talented Child Yes are you kidding me kill this boy? What could you? What else could you have done to subdue him? Yeah and our prayers go out to that family for sure coming up we'll have more of today's trending stories on the Steve Harvey Morning Show.
"rochester police department" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Anxious for them to come home and for me to see them step off. Then I convert that woman's husband and two sons became trapped by one of the many fires across the state that have charged more than two million acres so far this year Historic Is a term we seemingly often use here in the state of California. But these numbers bear fruit to that assertion that this is historic Governor Gavin Newsom, California dealing with blistering heat wave and strong Santa Ana winds. In Rochester, New York, They have been protesting the police involved. Death of Daniel proved the police chief there and his entire staff suddenly announcing their either retiring or leaving their positions on Tuesday. NBC's Trevor Altar is there the city is scrambling to figure out its best path forward. The mayor has said that the chief the command staff is going to be staying on through the end of the month, so they have three weeks to get that interim plan in place. But three weeks is not a lot of time when you have a community on thousands of demonstrators, who are calling for an aggressive overall of the Rochester Police Department. There are more protests overnight and one arrest. Researchers at Oxford University have put a pause on the lights stayed human step trial tests they've been taking for their covert 19 vaccine after a subject developed a potentially unexplained illness. ABC is Faith ob. Obey with more on the politics of the pandemic. On the campaign trail, the president still dangling a vaccine ahead of election Day. They know we have it. It's only a question of weeks on accusing Democrats of playing politics by adhering to a strict code 19 guidelines or November 4th..
Rochester police chief steps down following Daniel Prude's death
"Shakeup in Rochester's police department. This is the city deals with the unrest in the death of Daniel Prude. Mayor. Lovely Warren announcing in a City council meeting. The entire command staff of the Rochester Police Department is stepping down, including police chief Laurent Singletary. As you all know, this has been a very challenging times for the city of Rochester. And the chief was not asked to give his resignation because I do believe that he's giving it back best. A number of other leaders are retiring or returning to previous positions in the department. Correspondent line known boys Winds News
"rochester police department" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Start to finish with one. Stop the Home Depot. How doers get more done. US only cease to look for details. 73 degrees. Clear skies in Midtown. Good evening. I'm Paul James wins news time at the tone. 10 30. A major shakeup in Rochester's police Department. This is the city deals with the unrest in the death of Daniel Prude. Mayor Lovely Warren announcing at a City council meeting. The entire command staff of the Rochester Police Department is stepping down, including police chief Laurent Singletary. As you all know, this has been a very challenging times for the city of Rochester, and the chief was not asked to give his resignation because I do believe that he's giving it. That best. A number of other leaders are retiring or returning to previous positions in the department. Correspondent Lynell Moyes wins news time 10 31 traffic in transit Here's Kelly Dylan and let's begin in Queens with the South Bound van Wyk into Atlantic Avenue. Still a crash in the right lane GM ing things up. Bring him back to the Q Gardens that air change westbound Route three and Jersey at a standstill from Paterson Plank Road out to the Western Spur of the New Jersey Turnpike Construction work, blocking two lanes and emergency maintenance on the Garden State Parkway North found in the express lanes and exit of 109 from the earlier crash this afternoon, left lane down for repairs. Phelan Oka lt's are gonna be the way to go. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels inbound George Upper deck about a half an hour. Wait. Three lanes down for construction hedge that lower level it's moving much better. Here's what we see on Long Island's Big three the eastbound northern state of busy right into Willis Avenue to lengthy construction work. Not too bad is still in the ally E or the Southern stage. And let's talk Mastrangelo both ways and the M Track Northeast Corridor Service still suspended till further notice between New York sensation and New Haven for an earlier freight train derailment in the Bronx traffic in transit every 10 minutes on the ones and breaking traffic alerts.
"rochester police department" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"About one in clinical trials is now on hold. AstraZeneca's paused it study over what the pharmaceutical giant calls a potentially unexplained illness. In one of its trials, President Trump's visited the battleground state of North Carolina. Six days from now We're going to win North Carolina We're going to win for more years. Democrat Joe Biden's campaign is hosting a virtual vote by mail rally tonight. The police chief of Rochester, New York, is stepping down over the city's handling of the death of Daniel proved back in March City's mayor, Lovely warning to assure our Rochester community The Rochester Police Department will continue to serve and protect our residence and our neighborhood crew died several days after an encounter with police. More than a dozen firefighters battling a wildfire in central California were overrun by flames and several of them were injured. Area. Aldinger ABC News Well, There's a lot of confusion when it comes to the reliability of tests for the Corona virus antibodies. But Michael Doherty of any lab tests now in Stirling says the nautical tests are the same. Really. There's two main and about it. I'd G and I G antibodies developed Most patients within 7 to 10 days after symptoms began and I G m, which is the first anybody produced. When the immune system picks in their drawing for your arm. That's that's a good sign If they're doing finger sticks, really look at that crosswise because that's where there's instability issues and then you want to know. Are they doing G? Or GM antibodies, and some labs will say, Hey, we're running an anybody test, but which antibodies So you have to educate yourself and understand. There are absolutely reliable antibody tests right now for Cove it This is an easy this isn't like, oh, all antibodies with saying all tests of the same They absolutely are not. For more information, Visit Covic test Virginia dot com or call any lab tests now at 7034446633. Hi. I'm Tony Caro, The Baltimore Orioles. No one should face a crisis alone. If you or a loved one is suffering from problems with drugs or alcohol, depression or thoughts of suicide reach out now.
Rochester police chief, deputies step down suddenly following protests over death of Daniel Prude
"Now in that bomb sale, a major sick up in the police leadership as the city grapples with the unrest Bird by the death of Daniel Prude as the protests continue after a video surfaced showing the 41 year old black man pinned to the ground with his hand cover Police breast have decided to call it a career in mass. Yeah, everybody's retiring newsman Lionel Moise. With that story tonight. The entire command staff of the Rochester Police Department is retiring, including the police chief and deputy chief's mayor. Lovely warn making that announcement at a City Council meeting today, police chief Laurent Singletary releasing a statement. Sing the actions he took after the death of Daniel Prude are being mischaracterized, and there are attempts to destroy his character, Mayor Warren, adding the chief was not asked to resign and that he did not try to cover anything up. Apparently, that wasn't enough to convince the chief to stick around, though council members had expected him to show up in person to talk about it, but so far no personal dialogue with them.
Rochester police chief steps down following Daniel Prude's death
"Of Rochester, a major shake up in the police leadership asked the city grapples with the unrest spurred by the death of Daniel Prude as the protests continue after a video surfaced showing the 41 year old black man pinned to the ground with his head cover, the police brass have decided to call it a career and mass His man Lionel Moy ease with our story tonight. The entire command staff of the Rochester Police department is retiring, including the police chief and deputy chief's mayor. Lovely warn, making that announcement at a City council meeting today police chief Laurent Singletary, releasing a statement saying the actions he took after the death of Daniel Prude are being mischaracterized, and there are attempts to destroy his character. Mayor Warren, adding the chief was not asked to resign and that he did not try to cover anything up. But apparently
"rochester police department" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Us understand where your heart was when you wrote this show, So my brother spent 20 years of his life in prison for a robbery. And that is something that has motivated me to do the work that I do to write the songs that I write, but the one case that really broke my heart to be frank. It was a case of Willie Simmons, who stole $9. In 1982 and has exhausted all of his appeals. And has pled and begged to be set free on has been denied the opportunity on dime, holding back tears. And I know I wasn't expecting to. But Um, A man just died in our city. We're all dealing with this news. He was killed by the our police department, The Rochester Police Department. S o. I'm just when we talk about time. I'm also thinking about how long we've been fighting for justice how long we've been fighting to be seen as full human beings. Andi. It's just not an emotion I could set aside for this interview because right now it feels very real and raw to me. We should say the man's name is Daniel prude and who died after a confrontation with police in March. His family is speaking out about that just now. And our station in Rochester has been reporting on that story. Ah, you are once a public defender. I gather Yes, I work for five years as a public defender, and once again that, you know it was inspired by my brother's story and just the experience of people in my neighborhood. How do you get from the courtroom to music? You know, I honestly don't think it's that different. I think in music you're telling a story and a good storyteller. A good songwriter is telling a story in a way where the audience empathizes or concede that set themselves in that person's shoes, And I think the good defense attorney does the same thing. I mean, but to be fair to yourself, I had never heard. For example, the Clarence Darrow Johnnie Cochran could sing particularly well. I understand your brothers out of prison. Yes, he is. He's doing awesome. He's a welder. He's a union man He is doing really well. How do you balance your life now between music, the law public policy. Help us understand how you're living. I mean things that things were different for everybody these days. Obviously, you know what Corona virus has been almost impossible to perform. I've had a few virtual performances here and there. I really have kind of thrown myself into the activist side. Working with our local black lives matter movement. I'm also working at our at our public defender's office now doing some diversity work in recruitment. And you know, I've been really focused on the racial justice work. But there's a big role for music in AA and popular movements. Isn't there? Absolutely, you know, I always tell people a person may not listen to NPR. Shame on them if they don't they mean that? No, no, We don't say that way. Say we hope you reflect and change your ways ahead. They they may not pick up a book. But everyone loves music, and people will go to concerts. I just did a show in the middle of no. Nowhere was a hybrid kind of virtual still, in front of a bunch of my whole my audience was alway and I talked to them about the criminal justice system and the experience of black folks in that system, and I don't know if they would have listened or even came. If they did not know there was gonna be music right if I was just election, right, So there's ability for musicians to speak to people who other folks may not be able to speak.
"rochester police department" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Were outside i? Think there was a rifle salute and in there was the a cortege that went to the cemetery. And and so most of the people in the war memorial had left to go outside. I couldn't because I was doing a show and I'm tied to the the cord in the the broadcast equipment. And they're also in the center portion of the war memorial floor there at were a bunch of seats and there were sitting there I'm not good with numbers, but it could have been maybe a couple hundred primarily young women. Almost, all of them wearing some kind of simple black dress. They to me looked so young, they probably. Were in their twenties and thirties, and when the official party went out you know they had been told to stay inside. And they being young and obedient. did and there was this large screen in the war memorial which showed what was happening outdoors as the officers and the rifle salute and the you know committal of the remains to the vehicle for the the move out to the cemetery. But these I. You know I looked down I see these women all sitting there and they're all looking at that screen and there was in every face and in the physical body a posture in language of each one of them. There was an uncertainty and fear and the deal is that those ladies sitting there Were the wives of the Rochester Police Department there were there may have been some mennonite insane because obviously, there are husbands but I, I just saw this these rows and rows and rows of young young women who were young wives and you know. As I. saw that in that moment I just. Wondered, in my mind or realized if you will. What must it be like? To be here at the funeral. Of A friend and colleague of your husband who lost his life doing what your husband does every workday of of his life. And you know the thoughts. That would naturally associate with that fact or that would come to these young women. Are are obvious. But there they were this one or two hundred Anaheim many looking up watching many quite obviously with tears in their eyes all of them with A. An almost tense fear they literally physically were drawn together to each other many holding hands her with their arms around each other drawn may be by a common burden that they bore that burden of love and fear and maybe an. Associated with being the ones who wait at home and watch. And you know as this attack upon our police, all the various forms from the federal agents to the troopers in our state to the a city police, and of course, the deputies and others. we can. You know get a sense. And reminded of what they face by the video that ends up on the evening news quite obviously. But back home there are of people, wives, and husbands and children, and parents who who keep a an extra painful watch these days, and they are victims of our antipathy towards the police. They are the collateral damage of the political campaign against law enforcement in America. and they are also servants and sacrifice. Pfizer's of for society. They also our in our service. We. Also are in their debt. So anyway, I don't know but just thinking about. Law Enforcement Families likewise called my the politics of our day to walk a very harrowing path back with you just a moment on newsradio.
"rochester police department" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Write it made some broad baseless accusation against you that that that diminished your perception of the public mine. How would you feel about that, right? in that is what you have just done to. The six hundred plus sworn members of the Rochester Police Department. So at any rate and on their behalf by the way I'd like to say, you can cram your coffee up your arse. We'll be back right after Olson's newscast on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Back, my friend welcome back Ashleigh Gant is. A A lady active in the progressive community and in the larger community in the Rochester area. She is. according to its website and organizer for. The New York Civil Liberties Union locally. She also I think was the prime organizer of the protest on the first Saturday, she also was the organizer of the demonstration for example that was outside the locus club on if you remember that. But so she put together, and she's been I saw her last Friday. She was at the the demonstration that was a across or in front of the county building. At any rate, she posted last night on facebook. Quote We've been fighting to repeal fifty. A fifty of course is We'll talk later to the local police union president about that. It's a provision of New York state. Civil rights law, which had kept most of..
"rochester police department" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"Right and the deal is in you get to. It's it's an issue of of of choice. And unfortunately a micro culture has developed in the city of Rochester among some which embraces. This sort of behaviour now. That's what he put out yesterday. Here's what I what the Rochester police department put out About six fifteen or so Friday night now what woes Friday night? It was the Friday before A three day weekend holiday three day weekend right and six fifteen of course is after the television newscasts have commenced most people in Rochester Get their news on the radio. I mean the were part of a team effort the in terms of if you're counting noses most people more people in here news on on the radio okay but of course the TV news is where we get. You know a lot of people sit down and watch the news on TV It is more important than the newspaper in This Day and age and though a lot of people may not realize the important role that radio news place for them. If you ask most people where do you get your news? They probably say TV. It is a big deal right. The front page for Rochester is now channel. Whatever you choose to watch if you release something about six fifteen you've missed their big viewership newscasts and you dropped to in the middle. So that they don't even have the chance really To do it as a bulletin right. You may recall all the Brouhaha last week about the handcuffed ten-year-old well last Friday after the close of business Going into a three day holiday weekend. This was released Rochester. Police Chief Single Terry Statement on traffic stop among Monday. Teeth twenty twenty. I addressed the media relative to a video circulating on facebook involving traffic. Stop resulting in a child. Being handcuffed is indicated during my address. I directed an internal review as to whether the actions the officers involved were in accord with policies and procedures of the Rochester Police Department..
"rochester police department" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Checchi jots down total of eight dollars, two cents Joyce's Brown charge book. Then judge says that everything seemed normal says all wanna said to him was I'm in a hurry, which wasn't unlike her who times of your mom told her to hurry back home that it was a normal thing for her to say store employees to male customers at third individuals standing outside the store all see wan to leave hillside carrying the bulky bag groceries to five fifteen five thirty pm had north on Connie heading towards home. The wall coaches were regulars at hillside and Joyce knew exactly how long it would take, you know, her daughter to walk to and from the store pick up groceries all that stuff. So in the amount of time has lapsed, and she's not back want send the other daughter read it at the store to see what the holdup was again fucking weird one dollars one dollars not here. So who do I send another daughter? Why can't what's going on with you? Why can't you? Go readers friend, twelve year old friends seen joins our. Seven forty seven two and a half hours since she lasting daughter the daughter and French can't find anybody can't find her. If I wanted to Joyce calls Rochester police department to report wanted missing. And then she heads to the deli herself to talk to the employs. Okay. So a couple of hours later. She's like, I don't know. Maybe I should go talk. Somebody about eight fifteen a massive search and rescue is underway. Police and neighbors researching backyards alleys railroad tracks the entire area to the tracks and avenue A while talking to the missing persons report police, this is this is what makes me very angry towards one his mom, and I know it's not her fault. I know I know let me rephrase that I know that she is not the person who does something to her daughter specifically, but check this shit out. Police told of a close encounter Wanda and a nine year old friend had two nights. Earlier two nights before she goes missing a strange man near some fucking railroad tracks block away around ten pm is literally hiding behind some bushes like a creep out of a shitty after school movie he jumps out of. Of the bushes. Chases them runs after net to run away. They don't see his face, but they do get a glimpse of shoes. And with some buckles on him to get this description to the police find he is a sex offender a known sex offenders in the area. Joe Joyce is asked by police if she was aware of this incident. She reluctantly said that she was so she knows that two nights. Earlier a known sex offender had been hiding in the bushes, and then chases her daughter, and then like her eleven year old ten year olds give me ten year old daughter. And then an incentive out the next day. What the fuck lady come on junior? What are you doing? Ten year old daughter gets yet chaste, man. Yep. So I don't know that this whole like this mother does remind me of like a character from like shameless like somebody re Frank Gallagher date. And again, I feel terrible for what happened to her daughter. Can't imagine losing child that way. But come on, man. Parents be parents one of the first things Lindsey, and I did and our current neighborhood before you moved in with check out the local police registries for known sex offenders there. There aren't any in our neighborhood like right around. But there are several few blocks away that I would like to beat unconscious. I'd like to throw their bodies in the perfect world in the back of my truck driving out to the woods and perform some wild west of vigilante Justice. I'm chuck. Yeah. Yeah. Time to die mother fuckers. Haven't dig some graves stripped naked, you showing some pictures of kids and whoever gets a boner gets dumped in the dirt. How about that little test? How about that little Rochard Boehner test? I just I do hate pedophile, man. Lows. The low to me humanities bottomfeeders grab an innocent child abuse them killing them some cases. And it's always open. I can't help these urges. I can't control. I maybe. Okay. I'm not saying you don't I get it. But what if I had the urge to kill people with euro JR. Maybe I can't control that. I can't actually because I don't I don't wanna go prison. I I've only going to be some kind of Dexter phone like he just get away with it..
President Trump, President and White House discussed on Howie Carr
"President trump will announce his decision on the year ran nuclear deal tomorrow i'm tim weisburg wb sm new sixty five degrees under partly cloudy skies your abc six forecast coming up president trump says he will announce on tuesday his decision on whether to withdraw from the iran nuclear deal trump has previously signaled that he will pull out of the agreement but most of america's european allies are urging he's still in iran's president warned trump that exiting the nuclear deal would be quote a historic regret melania trump is outlining her top priorities is first lady it's being in the white house rose garden today the first lady expressed concerns about the future of america's children she cited bullying and drug addiction and outlined a new campaign called be best the first lady said the campaign will focus on the social emotional and physical health of children a local teacher has been arrested for alleged inappropriate physical contact with students on thursday the rochester police department and was astra's bond to rochester memorial school administrators notified officers of allegations that have been made by the students that a teacher in the school had inappropriate physical contact with students as a result of their investigation rochester police sought and obtained an arrest warrant on the afternoon of friday friday afternoon the warren charges thirty five year old james sullivan fairhaven with one count of salt and battery and one kind of indecent assault and battery of a child under fourteen sullivan turned himself into police saturday and was arrested he was.
"rochester police department" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The world he'll compound zoo omdurman's sued hearings without the gone one of the rules matheson wrong most of the movie greg maddux is go on superstation one a one wyde a drew and jessica and that is the second time i forgot to get my charger for my laptop and we even had like a fourminute break there we did i even left the studio and he still didn't wow i went to get napkins to change the coil in my vape during breaks priorities in ireland up for our outlets georgia richie gutter nice new ipad yes i am not without the necessity either got my phone got my ipad i just keep tweet deck up on the laptop on you guys or tweet nam me i can see a right off the bat but all have that right now well we don't have a hashtag either in probably won't for another two hour so no need to fear if you do want a tweet addis at andrew mclean who is the way to go so you can uh who could up there and we will see your tweets disease that before he went to break jessica i of we were talking about the supreme court denying the trump administration about looking at dhaka and seeing if it's okay for them to go ahead and end they said no go through the proper channels in and if it comes back our way then we will make a ruling on it as i'm looking at that i see a story that pops up from from uh over the weekend uh storage from the 24th which would have been saturday against this happened towards the end of last week there was a dreamer daca recipient who was arrested after allegedly threatening a school shooting in upstate new york the 21yearold daca illegal alien abigail hernandez had been arrested by the rochester police department after allegedly threatening east high school with a school shooting she said on the.
"rochester police department" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"Um when they didn't come home saturday morning everyone that associates with them they're roommates their teammates their parents knew something was wrong very quickly because these guys were very reliable human beings they always texted their mothers back i remember nicos mother telling me that she knew something was wrong because nico no matter what he was doing would say i got your message i'll get back to you um so win his phone wouldn't even pick up and when they're find my iphone apps were turned off everyone took it very seriously very quickly to the the the the the chief of police at the rochester police department gives a lot of props to the campus police department for very quickly starting an investigation and not ignoring the fact the two kids in come home after a hot night on a friday night you know they they knew something was wrong quickly and then also props to the rochester swat team in the piece you'll see the actual video shot by a neighbor of when they used explosives to blow off the door the go rescue the kids in upper him the attackers i mean the chief pulled in the swat team he knew that this was a serious situation and he says that he's convinced that if they hadn't found the kids by monday morning they wouldn't have made it um that the only reason mykonos his teammate were being kept alive throughout the weekend was because they were hopeful that they could get nico to transfer more money on monday said that they could withdraw it from his with with his debit cards and the fact that the banks wouldn't transfer the money in the phone calls that that we have in the piece is what kept nico alive whether nico really get set are not i am i'm still not sure but the chief of police is convinced that um if they hadn't got in the guys they would they ended a blowing the doors off it what nine twenty two billion sunday night if they hadn't got him that night and it took him another twelve hours he the chief doesn't think nico would be with us anymore and winters talks about healing um recently mucharam in a in a big road rousson chicago and he's able to ronnie although he was shot yola his letters the thing though version.
"rochester police department" Discussed on 1A
"Many department's going that way because they understand importance of being transparent as they can be here at rochester police department if there's a officer involved shooting were there's a death department rochester police department don't investigate themselves in lower that's the attorney general's office had come out of all many in the state of georgia where most recently chief is the same thing there officer involved shooting indicator police department to georgia bureau investigation comes in it creates transparency it allows for the community to be able to to to feel a lot better about what what has taken place as opposed to this whole notion of the fact that there's this whole blue wall and let me speak to that for a moment as well to is that you have police officers out here every day across this country who themselves do not tolerate bad behaviour from other officers in these are the stories that you don't care about this is not some secret clandestine operation of officers that have join circle their wagons to go against a community what we're seeing today and i think we have to talk about in the here and now what we're seeing today is more police departments that are becoming more transparent and yes some departments are further alone and others but i can attest to the fact i talked a chiefs in this country every day while the way tomorrow when you talk about when you talk about the transparency and departments in at us there are officers who will not tolerate bad behaviour among their ranks right i've never heard of one i can name plenty of black people who've been shot by police or killed by police michael brown sandra bland eric garner to mirror rice and on and on and on who have been killed under spurrier circumstances i can't think of one police officer who has gone public like public public.