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About 70 People Detained After Los Angeles Area Anaheim Police Raid Suspected Gambling Operation
"Detained about 70 people during a raid on a suspected gambling house today is actually an out of business hydroponic shop on Lincoln Avenue near Euclid Street. Police served a search warrant on the location, and officers say they found a number of video gambling machines and devices inside also a large amount of discarded drug paraphernalia and drugs. Police sergeant says illegal gambling operations are often hotbeds of crime in the neighborhood.
Man accused of setting fires in the Houston area, remains jailed on 50,000 bond
"Serial arsonist in the heights or main jail on $50,000 bond 20 year old Joshua Roush appeared in court today accused of setting at least seven fires. Lighting of cars, sheds and trash piles has also been linked to an incident on US property. Investigators were able to use surveillance video to identify route and a search warrant for cell phone information to track And find him. Investigators say they haven't identified a motive. But they're also working to see if rush may be connected to a number of fires related to vehicles over the last several days that you shall walker from our TV partner Channel to reach
Trainer featured on 'Tiger King' arrested for animal cruelty, wildlife trafficking
"To owners of a wildlife parks in South Carolina and Virginia, charged with animal trafficking and abuse. Tiger King star Doc Antal, the owner of Myrtle Beach Safari, and Keith Wilson, owner of Wilson's Wild Animal Park in Winchester, Virginia, are both charged with wildlife trafficking and animal cruelty. Virginia's attorney general, finding both men traffic exotic Lion cubs across state lines and a scheme that also included Angel's daughters, who are also charged. The investigation involved. The seizure of a menagerie of animals, including lines, tigers, bears, camels, goats, water, buffalo and mohr search warrants, accusing the owners of treating animals cruelly, leaving them neglected or deprived of adequate care
'Tiger King's' Doc Antle charged with animal trafficking, cruelty
"Of wildlife parks in South Carolina and Virginia are charged with animal abuse. And there's a Tiger King connection. Tiger King star Doc Antal, the owner of Myrtle Beach Safari, and Keith Wilson, owner of Wilson's Wild Animal Park in Winchester, Virginia, are both charged with wildlife trafficking and animal cruelty. Virginia's attorney general, finding both men traffic Exotic Lion cubs across state lines in a scheme that Also included Angel's daughters, who are also charged. The investigation involved the seizure of a menagerie of animals, including lines, tigers, bears, camels, goats, water, buffalo and mohr search warrants, accusing the owners of treating animals cruelly, leaving them neglected or deprived of adequate care. Eric Dennis
Dallas - Carrollton mayoral candidate suspected of fraudulently obtaining mail-in ballots
"A local television, the local CBS affiliate. In the Dallas area. And it involves a mayoral candidate in Carrollton, Texas, not far from Dallas. The candidate in Carrollton has been arrested and charged with voter fraud. The dent in county Sheriff's office, says ZOLL Mirza Mohammed is in custody. He's been charged with 109 felonies related to voter fraud. The investigation began September 23rd. The sheriff's office was notified by the Denton County Elections Office of possible fraudulent activity related to absentee ballot applications. Officials say the ballots have been requested to be sent to a post office box in Lewisville, Texas. It was supposed to belong to a nursing home facility. When investigators made contact with the Carrollton residents whose ballots had been requested. They learned that none of the residents had asked for ballots to be mailed to the post office box. Further investigation revealed the Post office box had been obtained with a fictitious Texas driver license and the fictitious University of North Texas student I D. To find out what was behind this game and who was behind it. Officials began a surveillance of the Postal facility. Well, a box of the requested ballots was picked up at the location. On October 7th. Investigators follow the person back through a home. They contacted a judge. They got a search warrant for the house. Once inside, the deputies found the box containing the requested ballots, with several of them open. The fraudulent driver license used to rent the P O box was also located during the search. Well, whose house was it? You got it. The mayoral candidate. He's in custody. And
Ex-wife, two teens arrested in alleged murder-for-hire plot in Bellevue, Seattle
"Tonight. We're learning more details in a shocking Bellevue murder for hire plot. Police say a woman promised to pay a teenage boy thousands of dollars to kill her ex husband. Know what 11 come, was tending to talk to the man who was shot nine times and survive. Married. That's right tonight. I talk to Baron Lee. And this is where he was shot nine times Now. He told me he is processing so many emotions right now. Relief anger disappointment, so he wasn't ready to do an interview tonight. But he told me he still cannot believe that he survived. The's court documents paint a deliberate and disturbing murder for hire scheme, Bellevue police say sharing Kelly hired a 17 year old boy to murder her ex husband, Baron Lee, and offered to pay the teenager $13,000 something like this is where It is rare on the day of the shooting in July. Police say the 17 year old got his friend to drive him to the Overlook at Lake Mont Apartments in Bellevue, where court documents say he was going to cap someone and empty the clip. Police say the 17 year old gunmen ambushed Lee, shooting him nine times The victim fell to the ground. The suspect stood over him and continued to fire, according to court documents. Lee said he couldn't think of anyone who would want to kill him besides his ex wife, saying they were in the midst of a very acrimonious custody battle that also included a financial motive for Kelly to have sole custody of their child. Detectives say Kelly even bought a GPS tracking device that was found under lease car. She purchased the GPS tracker and that was connected to the second suspect. There is evidence that she conspired to commit the murder. Now investigators tell us, they tracked down those two teenagers and Kelly using surveillance, video search warrants, soulful media and technology. She's expected back in court in the next few weeks back to you. All right, Jocelyn Bell tonight Thank you. Tammy.
Louisville police have released details of the investigation into the shooting death of Breonna Taylor
"Louisville Metro police releasing the internal investigation files in the Briana Taylor case. The file contains investigative letters, interview transcripts, body camera videos of officers responding to the scene, search warrants, crime scene unit reports and more. There are 251 videos, 148 of which our interviews there, Fisher says it was important to get the files out as quickly as possible following the grand jury decision not to indict anyone directly with Taylor shooting death.
Louisville police have released details of the investigation into the shooting death of Breonna Taylor
"Little Metro Police have released the Internal investigation files in the Briana Taylor case. Hayley Hansen reports. The file contains investigative letters, interview transcripts, body camera videos of officers responding to the scene, search warrants, crime scene Unit reports and Mohr There are 251 videos, 148 of which our interviews where Fisher says it was important to get the files out as quickly as possible following the grand jury decision not to indict anyone directly with Taylor shooting death. Haley Hanson News radio 8 40 Yes, A man
Hours of grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case released
"From the Three Day, grand jury hearings and the Briana Taylor case were filed. With the court on Friday, following orders from Kentucky judge closed door hearing recordings, indicate officers announced themselves as they entered, Brianna Taylor's apartment that's according to hours of grand jury testimony released on Friday officers, testifying they knocked and identified themselves, and after nearly a minute, they decided to smash open the door and execute their no knock search warrant to search Taylor's apartment for drugs. Officers say then opened fire after her boyfriend Kenneth Walker fired a gun. Shot at them. Walker said he didn't know the men were police, officers testified they did ide- themselves before breaking in a Republican African American attorney. General did not bring charges against the officers who shot Taylor Andy. Field ABC
Court Releases Grand Jury Recording In Breonna Taylor Case
"The audio recordings of the grand jury proceedings. In the Briana Taylor case released today. Closed door hearing recordings indicate officers announced themselves as they entered Briana Taylor's apartment. That's according to hours of grand jury testimony released on Friday. Officers testifying they knocked and identified themselves and after nearly a minute, they decided to smash open the door and execute their no knock search warrant to search Taylor's apartment for drugs. Officers say. They then opened fire after her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired a gun shot. With them. A B C's Andy Field reporting your listening to ABC News
Breonna Taylor’s Case and Protests
"To ah handful of cops about the raid in Louisville in which Briana Taylor was shot and killed. A story that was brutally miss reported by the media for a very long time, a lot of just utterly untrue narratives repeated over and over again and still going on today. By the way, there's a Yahoo news, which is unforgivably biased in an accurate is out with a story that is just It is the half truth. That is a lie, but a couple of things complicating the situation. The Briana Taylor thing was that there are multiple warrants being served simultaneously. Because it had to do with a drug gang selling all sorts of narcotics narcotics, including fentanyl, and there have been hundreds of overdoses and and it was seen as a very urgent thing in Louisville. And the situation Wass. They did not want to do the slower kind of search warrant you, Khun do if and this is the way the law enforcement officer put it to me if the evidence is too big to flush You do what's called a surround and call out. You can't flush a gun. You can't flush is safe, full of something or other or a person, right? You surround the house. You call him out. You say Listen, we're coming in. But why don't you come out and talk to us? We have a warrant. That sort of thing. There are dynamic search warrants where you have to go and quickly because evidence could be destroyed and this appears to be the sort that they were serving there. Because it was all about money and records and that sort of thing. Um It's incredibly unfortunate that that boyfriend the new boyfriend was there and he was armed and didn't know it was the cops, he says. A couple of criticisms. With all due respect from this law enforcement officer number one were they in plain clothes? That's not good. Now there is certainly a role for plainclothes officers, and you might have plainclothes lookouts toe have your back. Is your going in to do your stuff, But he said his agency, which is a large one, it is flaming Lee obvious. Who's a cop? So I looked out the window and I see somebody in Khakis and a shirt. With a gun yelling open the door, I guess is the police. Yes, I'll just hope it's the police. Yeah, he said. Now He's got to believe they're wearing bulletproof vests and whatever in something that identified them is police. But that's not been clear from the coverage. So he said That is something his agency would never do. And I brought him. I said, You know, we've been in the Housing developments, their apartment complexes or whatever the minute a cop is within a quarter mile year. Well, everybody, let's everybody else know that the cops were coming, he said. Yeah, that's just part of it, he said, but we always clearly identified himself. Ourselves. The other thing, he said, is that the one really out of bounds thing, and it violates every law of firearm safety. Whether you're kompromat is firing blindly through walls and or doors. You just You don't do that, particularly in an apartment complex. That's just an egregious violation of training and protocol. So that's why the one guy's getting Prosecutors on the one guy that did get charged. Got charged with that. Yeah, Yeah. Um, let's see him trying to, you know, the only Other thing I would throw in and it's funny. This is the third Ah! Large police department. I've heard this from directly in the last month or so. Morale is terrible, terrible, and they are losing officers by the dozens. Some big city police departments are down 101 150 officers. And there's a our particular equipment place that you go to get equipment or turn in equipment when you are resigning. And the officer. I spoke to said every time he's in the equipment place, there's a guy standing there turning in his gear, which never used to be the truth. There's an
Drone home: Amazon’s new Ring indoor security camera gives flight to new privacy concerns
"Amazon unveiled some new camera products this week that may raise privacy concerns. There's a camera on a drone that flies inside your home, and there's a camera that records what happens in and around your car kyw's Joshua mcnichols has more right now if police are looking for a suspect in your neighborhood, Amazon Will Ping people with ring doorbell cameras and invite them to relevant videos with police. In this way, Amazon's security cameras create a Private Surveillance Network can help felice. Amazon says videos from its new indoor flying camera and all indoor cameras are off limits to cops. The company wouldn't say whether video from car cameras could be requested by police whatever it decides a spokesperson promised the company would be transparent. Of course, police can always bypass Amazon's privacy policies by getting a search warrant asking for video
Boston - Florida Decision Likely Clears Robert Kraft Of Solicitation
"Well, charges are likely to be dropped in the prostitution solicitation case against Patriots owner Robert Kraft. As prosecutors in Florida decide against another appeal disease, Jim McKay says Kraft also wants video evidence in the case destroyed forever. It was last month when the state appeals court sided with the lower court's decision to have video evidence in this case thrown out under the guise of the way cameras were installed during the investigation of the Orchards of Asia SpA in West Palm Beach, Florida. Robert Kraft legal team, saying the way that was handled tied to a search warrant violated Fourth Amendment rights. A judge last year agreed with that argument in the state's case has been an uphill battle ever since, and appeals courts craft was initially charged with solicitation in February of last year after more than 20 men were arrested for allegedly receiving sex acts for payment in that spot. Jim McKay. W B Z Boston's
Breonna Taylor settlement is among largest payouts linked to a police shooting
"Gorman. If you wanna listen to it. Let's start with the settlements in Louisville with Briana Taylor's family a couple different things to run through of the next few minutes. Earlier this week, the Louisville metro government announced a $12 million settlement package with family of Briana Taylor. Of course, was 26 year old black woman who was shot in her own home by police officers serving a no knock warrant in March. The settlement also includes a Siri's of police reforms. Some of the reforms are changes to the approval process for an execution of search warrants. The hiring of social workers at the department a commitment to increase drug and alcohol testing of officers involved in any shooting, encouraging officers to perform at least two paid hours a week of community service in the communities they serve. And housing credits for officers toe live in certain low income parts of the city. And Felix, You took a look at the settlement. What stood out to you? Well, I think two things one. It was a record breaking settlement in and of itself. The $12 million payout. Briana Taylor's family's attorney, Benjamin Crump, represents George Floyd's family and multiple others in these situations, he said. It himself is the most money it's ever been paid for. A police involved shooting involving anyone, so that's significant itself. But Briana Taylor's mother, I said I think said it best. This is just the beginning the reform package they put together that was interesting that they the mirror who's got a vote of no confidence the other night. Apparently, you know, insisted that that was going to be part of the settlement agreement from the day one, which was good because they announced it together. It's not just about the money, but it's about the reform, which in one of these cases That's what is the driving factor, not necessarily the money. So you mentioned the key ones that are involved in this. It's interesting because we talked about the social worker aspect of Policing before because of a policy that sheriff Bob Altieri put in place here in Pinellas County, where he wanted social workers to go out to these mental health calls first on their own, try and de escalate them. And then if there's trouble than calling the police, which was You and I both thought that was a bad idea in this particular reform. Does that frothy area was that Holloway? That help earlier think that was. Yeah, I think it was cheap and also got a theory. But it's a same Pete initiative. So anyway, sorry about that. But in anyone what they will do in this case is social workers will go with The police officers on these calls or meet them out at the call, not endanger themselves. So it's kind of being that's what we thought should happen is that that's the more responsible, appropriate way to do it rather than just sending people out on their own. And then you know if the situation escalates. You got a problem on your hands. Yeah, exactly. Do you don't have time to wait for an officer to show up or say like, Hey, wait around the corner while I go talk to this person suicidal and walked in the bathroom of the gun. You know, and then ends up ends up shooting an unarmed social worker, and the other thing That's interesting is that we talked about the no knock warrants. They enacted a law in Louisville already doing away with down, But then they went one step further. Just like now, this is sheriff quality areas policy, which was the more hierarchy in terms of getting the warrant. So The way it used to work here in Fort is like you would have the detective's whether it's robbery homicide. Narcotics. Those are the ones that usually get the most warrants. They would review the case they would take their warrant to the state attorney's office. State attorney would review it and then they would be the ones to say Okay, you can go ahead and go to a judge. Well, what they done in Louisville and Penelas is that they built in another law of letter layer. Inside the department level, so supervisors will have to sign off on the warrants before they can Goth to get approval from prosecutors or the judges or accountability exactly within the department, So you don't have Because we've read the the warrants and the stories about what happened in Briana Taylor's case, and they were so thin in the connections they were trying to make Tio, the main suspect. They've lived on the other side of town, and the tenuous nature of it was the fact that she paid this guy's phone bill was an ex boyfriend of hers and also had his shoes delivered an Amazon package delivered and they immediately made the jump that that was somehow Drug trafficking activities, so that should be reviewed at a much higher level, and that's something I think I encourage. I think you'll see a lot more departments doing that. And like I said Florida, we have that additional level of the prosecutors by think it should go down one level more in order for the police involved to say, like hold on a second. Let's review this before. You go to a prosecutor with us because I got put into situations a lot of times where the detectives would get a thumbs down from a prosecutor on the case, and then they call another prosecutor in the prosecutor would say, Oh, no, This is perfectly fine. And so you have those sites of mixed messaging on stuff and that could get very dicey because not only if you go from one prosecutor, another And for example, I said, No, you don't have enough for a warrant, And then they go to another prosecutor that they're friends with. And they say, you know, they can approve the warrant that tire up to me, then you know, on Well at that point, So that's the thing the problem that they have with that so interesting reforms that they're going to do and the one I like the most. I think the most interesting is giving them the housing credits to move into. The neighborhoods that they are patrolling. So I want to see the follow up on that to see
Boston - Man Faces Charges After Pipe Bombs Allegedly Found In Holyoke Home
"Man from Holyoke is facing charges. Police say they found pipe bombs inside his home. Investigators armed with a search warrant found those devices that Gregory Bennett's home on Pleasant Street State police bomb squad defused the device is local, state and federal agencies are all part of the investigation.
Louisville to pay $12M to Breonna Taylor's family, reform police
"Of Louisville, Kentucky, has agreed to a wrongful death lawsuit settlement rather with the family of Rianna Taylor. It's included a $12 million payment and police reformed. Attorney Lee Anita Baker represents the Taylor family Financial settlement was not negotiable without significant police reform, and that's what we were able to do today. Taylor in the empty worker was killed by police officers acting on a no knock search warrant on March 13th You're listening to ABC
Breonna Taylor's family 'agree financial settlement' over death
"After after Briana Briana Taylor Taylor was was fatally fatally shot shot by by police police in in Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, Kentucky, there there appears appears to to be be a a significant significant settlement settlement for for her her family. family. There There are are still still no no criminal criminal charges charges filed filed against against the the three three Louisville Louisville Metro Metro police police officers officers who who opened opened fire fire into into the the home home of of Briana Briana Taylor Taylor is is they they executed executed and and no no knock knock search search warrant. warrant. But But there there are are reports reports Taylor's Taylor's family family has has reached reached the the largest largest ever ever settlement settlement with with the the city city of of Louisville. Louisville. The The financial financial terms terms are are not not being being disclosed, disclosed, but but the the deal deal reportedly reportedly also also includes includes police police reforms reforms like like requiring requiring commanders commanders to to approve approve all all search search warrants warrants before before going going to to a a judge judge and and providing providing housing housing credits credits to to officers officers who who agree agree to to live live in in the the city. city. An An official official announcements announcements expected expected to to come come this this afternoon. afternoon. Ryan Ryan Burrow Burrow ABC ABC news news Western Western
Louisville reaches major settlement with Breonna Taylor's family
"The city of Louisville is expected to announce a substantial financial settlement with the family of Briana Taylor as soon as today. W. Jeans Ryan Burrow reports. The settlement is expected to not only include a large financial payment to the family of Rianna Taylor but also police reforms like requiring commanders to approve all search warrants before going to a judge. And housing credits to officers who agreed to live in the city. The deal said to be announced as a grand jury could begin screening possible criminal charges against three officers involved in fatally shooting Taylor during a no knock search of her home in
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"search warrant" Discussed on CounterClock
"Searching the whole apartment. They had three bachelor with the United kind of winding lying about whether it's called movement if they could pick up any time for blood and a Tom Hayden shed. I'm pretty sure that went through the ship. They were out my yard. They they were everywhere they were going through his batting Viz knobs. They've gone through all of these things they were going over that house that apartment downstairs barry carefully and they were looking. I guess it's sort of like a black light. I don't know they were looking all over everything there and we just remained upstairs and I remember Donna. Being upset not terribly but she was is not happy with the fact that develop downstairs must be a person of interest and if found her frightened under quite. Frankly what about yourself. I mean you were living up there as well not full-time but what was going to your mind. I wish not particularly afraid prayed. I don't remember being uneasy other than you know. How often does one have your next door neighbor? Murdered and the House set fire. It was not a random crime. Denise clearly was not a person who had money jewels or you know something like that fancy car that someone would want to rob. What kind of sense did you get from law enforcement? After the murder that they were questioning the person that lived beneath dies not at all right at first not at all. Because I just felt like it was routine. Sewer visited. What about what? What about after that? When did we start to realize they were? Maybe looking at the gentleman that lived beneath you all day came. Let's see I wanNa say Ray Davis came to the door war right at eleven o'clock and at the same time it was on those. All this occurred at the same time he came to our door and a lot a lot of or a couple of other police. Cars had converged on the place downstairs. The apartment downstairs and he told us what was going on on. He said we are investigating the house or the apartment downstairs and said we're just going over at very carefully to see if we can find anything of interest and so I knew right down. Of course that he might have been a person of interest for the rest of the summer the Smith since lived upstairs and the man they knew as Eric remains downstairs they felt uneasy. The siblings kept their doors locked and watch that man closely earlier that Summer Andrew Smith says he broke his leg walking down a set of stairs and so we spent many hours on his front porch. Swing taking notes in writing heading down there tenants actions after the murder. Why did you think it was important to make notes of that person? I'm a history teacher was a history teacher before I retired and being a history. Major notetaking was the skill that got through and of course it was something that I tried to teach students how to do was take notes and I couldn't do or go anywhere you know normally on a beach person and I want to be on the beach and instead of being on the beach I was combined the upstairs there was a swing on the porch. And so I doc only spend a certain amount of time on the swing and I could observe the comings and goings and out of my share boredom boredom. I wrote my neighbor back here in Durham and I just simply gave her a blow by blow. Oh account of everything that was going on like most people with suspicion building Donna. smithson steered clear of Eric and his ex girlfriend after the murder. She never could shake her suspicions. That police needed to question. The EX girlfriend of her downstairs tenant more hanging up her about having it didn't I've always wondered what was the reasoning for really not suspecting them Abbas told that they were out they took both of them and and and they brought her and apparently they had questioned him for some length and they had taken. I would assume that it takes him into the station. I don't know I would assume the fact that they brought her on Virginia being and they questioned her emergency our samples and then they just let him go..
"search warrant" Discussed on CounterClock
"Karen? Biddings are also remembers that encounter between Denise and the man next door and his ex girlfriend her health neighbor's house on a few occasions. When when was the last time there was like a bad episode of that in a few days before and she was a think she called them I ever be at the House one night and they came from his house he goes homeland girlfriend walked in and she said in all our clothes on her shirt with all the girlfriend. It's important to note here that Donna Smithson and Karen in bidding jer didn't know each other at the time they've never talked about the case together and don't know each other now yet. They both remember clearly. What they heard and Assab Denise Johnson and the man they knew as Eric Andrew Smithson doesn't remember much about that man though? What was that gentleman like? How did he live and I remember nothing remarkable whatsoever? He went to work and he came home. That was all I knew at one. The point that he had a little boy and his little boy had a cat named billy and that was the extent of it. I mean I introduced myself if I'm pretty sure but beyond that there was no interaction no conversation I knew that he had a girlfriend is that they had split up. Aw Eric's ex girlfriend was a person. Donna Smith and remembers well though her sporadic appearances at the downstairs. Apartment were infrequent event. I do recall the Pearl telling me at some point in time that she did not like the nicest at all. They're not standards. You not like her at all what was she. He like as a person that she personally about shoes panel mccollum upper. She replied to the psycho psycho not the most endearing term but one Karen bidding. You're also used to describe the ex girlfriend of the man they knew as Eric they go. Donald Listen. Says she remembers getting a very strange phone call. It was from Eric's ex girlfriend on the morning of Denise Murder Order. She called that morning and would she have. She questioned me and ask me giftedness. Really get murdered. Heard that air downstairs and I do believe his name was Erik that he had called her and asked her had. She murdered her question. Why he had talked to Eric downstairs and she wanted to know if they have really been murdered? Wow that's pretty crazy easy. Do you think they were just like scared. Because they had recently had an issue with her and then suddenly she's dead. I have always had not suspicions chipper. The Abbott as time passed the smithson suspicions continued to grow about the man living beneath them. Donna in particular made sure to tell police about that. Strange phone call. She got on the morning. Denise was killed our Nambiar specifically tailing bright day. I mean I'll tell them all or had had transpired the phone call. Any communication with Borough Fram Allah that ex-girlfriend and about what had happened and on have dispatched. The Donna says investigators from the Police Department thanked her for the information and that was pretty much it. Nothing else happened until one night not long. After the murder.
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"A beautiful ceremony and certainly if anybody deserve that it's bob dole he also incidentally stood against many of the party leaders at the time who were opposed to trump's nomination stood with them and defended the president throughout we should probably why the president showed up yesterday we now joined by brian klay polite mentioned earlier civil rights attorney and a survivor of that las vegas massacre brian what aren't we hearing what are the questions outstanding that you and the families you represent one answered and why aren't the police department and even the fbi more forthcoming yet lehman yeah thanks for having me on i in my opinion i think what's going on here in las vegas from day one ashland october second uh her lombardo give proud and he starts scripting that this is a lone wolf cheer now i have some documents that lars mentioned right uh they were recently released on their read your sentence that shows that this is a complete hypocrisy innocent one of the sentencing in the search warrant says and this by the way the district weren't document was about a month after lombardo comes on and says oh at cologne who'll here's the here at the exact orders it was an affidavit for search warrant that says were searching for evidence and information which might reveal the identities of others involved in these crime so we after mom bardot is out there and everybody's propagating this wound bulled behind the scenes there's sending out search warrant oh we think there might still be some other people involved in that if if flat out audible and a high and a lawyer representing dozens of families in a shooting want a a legitimate illegitimate independent investigation and be transparency now remake do you think that the las vegas metropolitan police department should be investigating it so i've been involved in a lot of uh uh shouting death cases involving law enforcement and be agency they they they kill the been involved in the.
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"Is to visit a judge in her or his chambers where the words are taken now there's a record of the reason for the warrant now this is very important i am trying a criminal case and i see all this material all these medical records about the defendant a win how did the stake get its hands on these medical records whilst a judge signed a search said what judge would sign a search warrant for this your honor you did really let me look at what told me when i signed the search warrant radically different from what the facts turned out to be so i suppressed the fruits of my own search warrant while well the thing is my oath is not to the government it's to the constitution by nine times out of ten it's not going to be you it's going to be a different joel that you're not going to know what they told you in the middle of the night so it's going to get bogged nearunanimously issued a search warrant from the backseat of a motorcycle because the fbi found out when he was on his own motorcycle empress he was the emergent duty judgment persuaded them about how emerge and it was and then he suppressed the fruits of backward because it turned out that didn't tell them the truth so this is a long and i'm trying to be humorous but instructive answer to your very profound question can you get a search warrant just because you know a judge of course thought the judges have standards that they have to apply of many but aren't there like on the wire they would always go to this one is the liar our television show be osha okay tom look fits judge tom having heart failure listening to you do you think this stuff is real both nato there's got to be softy judges out there because on the wire they would always go to this one judge and they knew they they'd get him to to yes he was the champion member champion says yes he was the champion and i will tell you this affair our judges who are prosecutors in black robes there are also chapters who are champions of the constitution so can't they can.
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"Dodgers or forcing a decisive game seven in the world series they wanted home three two one over the houston astros again we do expect showers hanging around over the nighttime hours they will diminishes the time goes on the loose should be around forty eight right now it is fifty three degrees in garland the chris correct program continues next for inland double be a p newsroom i'm beekeeper rigs is the news taunton leslie strong steve jobs number one thousand three hundred eighty two we have islamic terrorist attack in new york say that just happened we're talking about it on the chris program in just a second uh we also have a police officer in arlington that i would like you to pray for tonight he was executing a search warrant and was shot the perp trader was also shot as well but i want you to pray for our arlington police officer who tonight is in the hospital chief will johnson tweeting that he is there at the hospital with the officer and their officers alerts stable and receiving great care so that's good good to hear the pray for that officer tonight police and pray for all of our officers we'll keep you posted with that on the latest in the meantime the the word the phrase today is a lot now you could say allahhu up out of or allah bader but i like bata allott lot bowed my first reaction when i see this and i hear about this is thank god that we can have concealed carry or open kerry because as this guy is coming towards you the only thing you may have to stop him from coming at you if you can't get out of the way is your to pull out your hand on the fire to unload on this is llamas this radical islamic terrorists the other thing you got to know is this was a wonderful wonderful moslem man seriously he is a wonderful moslem man he was an uber driver he felt friendly over driver muslim guy for those back is.
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"To day a episode number one thousand three hundred eighty two hour number one of the program we have islamic terrorist attack in new york say that just happened we're talking about it on the chris crock program in just a second uh we also have a police officer in arlington that i would like you to pray for tonight he was execute a search warrant and was shot the perpetrator was also shot as well but i want you to pray for our arlington police officer who tonight is in the hospital chief will johnson tweeting that he is there as a hospital with the officer and their officers alerts stable and receiving great care so that's good good to hear but pray for that officer tonight police and pray for all of our officers we'll keep you posted with that on the latest in the meantime the the word the phrase today is i'll odd now you could say allahhu up out of or allah bother went i like lot of a lot bowed my first reaction i see this and i hear about this is thank god that we can have concealed carry or open carry because as this guy is coming towards you the only thing you may have to stop him from coming at you if you can't get out of the way is you've to pull out your hand onto the fire and to unload on this islam is this radical islamic terrorists the only thing you got to know is this was a wonderful wonderful moslem ma'am serious he is a wonderful moslem man he was an uber driver he is the friendly over driver muslim guy it was becker's thin so wonderful muslim guy he used to live.
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"We want him on the radar again now kelly yes two words i caught their two words okay arsenal and kadre arsenal now he i they showed a picture of it was pretty minor we i know personally know people and more guns than that your he had to like two carbines at a global the didn't have much and he had these homemade bombs and i don't even know what that's what they were and the thing though that canon caught my attention on that clip was they had a search warrant for child porn now well you can't use a specific search warned to just pick you up for anything that's an illegal i think that's an this whole thing's illegal i think he's going to get off interesting yeah i didn't i think that'll be the reasons urged the search warrant was it for guns zor but once the rain they can easily get a search warrant near replaced or one just tired i think they fire at this florida near as israel's just i think this is a complete by there's guns in florida out that's crazy and i don't think that the the idea i see that just get a lot of publicity for this what he's going to get a pair lifts felony that i think part three explains it we'll talk a little bit third what he's always asking for the motivation behind we don't know he won't talk lewis police arresting drake who they say has no criminal history or record of mental health issues they say he wasn't on their radar is reminiscent of what we saw original hidden walls what are you suck swing for nobody knew anything other guy today at the whole were directly as with his parents no answer in the driveway his car with a license plate reading or cry which is also the naval popular firstperson shooters video games film drake now facing two felony charges for those explosive devices drake has pleaded not guilty he's thing health for up to 72 hours at a mental health facility where they could decide to release him or keep them longer a court date has not been set david.
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"Good morning everyone for those you don't know i am sheriff lombardo for clark county um i don't have very much more to update you with from our previous briefings the one thing in particular has changed and the negative is our body count roy will hear the sorong way to say that the number of people that have died associated with this event has increased right now we're using the number of fifty eight um i just was informed that it may be fifty nine harvard individual the mayor of this expired hair sunrise hospital so um in normal fashion i do not want to give you that information so please do not press me on that number there until we get further and to discuss the gatien the number of injured we are using the number of five fifteen um in pairs you can kill as the hours go by their number continues to increase we have not received any additional intelligence associated with the suspect um we are we have completed the search warrant in muskie i am not aware of any derogatory information that we can utilize to furtherance of this investigation at this point but we have just recovered items or will take a little while to evaluate that information we have learned information of additional property in northern nevada and the fbi has responded to the location and it will be survey search warrant here shortly we have completed the investigation at the room we have collected all the items associated with the suspect and we are in a recovery phase of the mandalay bay itself has gone back to service a minus through thirty second floor and they would like everybody advise that it there separated from their hotel room the the ability to return to the hotel now the location and question the concert hall uh we will be in a long process of body recovery healthier in evidence recovery in evidence documentation so limited we're going to have to ask the public's patience in as we bring key information forward answered long laborious process in a dinovite the victims reunite them with the family members to advise him of their situation so we still have the families responding to the law space metropolian police department headquarters in order to conduct a reunification of their family or friends eventually in the.
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"Especially don't know what his motive lies when he opened fire on all these people attending a concert tour last night some important things to work through i mean you said rifles i mean just the sound of those of that gunfire it's going to be very important for police to work through exact what was being fired there i mean it sounds like some kind of automatic weapon that's right but i asked what type of weaponry was in that room in no details were given the were just described as several and rifles on their are searching the the hotel room right now they also executing a search warrant on his residence on in clark county so we are expecting more details to come out about what exactly he was armed with and why he might have done is all and so we have this lone wolf we have them interested in a woman who is described to be a companion of his or some associated with him but it sounds like the danger police are saying is no longer right now i mean the danger has gone away there's no went out there who might have a weapon or something but the news of people killed it just keeps jumping we went from a few to police saying more than twenty two just recently more than fifty this is astonishing yes and i'd like to emphasize that kiss sherif said fifty plus two hundred plus they're really not sure how many yet and that's why he said it that way so this number may jump even higher which is the most shocking thing this evening one man being able to kill so many people and outdoor last night and what questions you trying to answer is you keep reporting on this oh in any hours ahead well i think the big questions right now are why why this happened why he did this but also there are so many people out there who were wounded who were killed tonight and their loved ones are looking for them on the sheriff lombardo gave out a phone number spoke about a staging area at the metro police headquarters but also looking at who was wounded who was killed ally these people coming from out.
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"Especially don't know what his motive lies when he opened fire on all these people attending a concert till last night some important things to work through i mean you said rifles i mean just the sound of those of that gunfire it's going to be very important for police to work through exactly what was being fired there i mean it sounds like some kind of automatic weapon that's right but i asked what type of weaponry was in that roman no details were given their justice grabbed as several and rifles on their are searching the the hotel room right now they also executing a search warrant on his residence on in clark county so we are expecting more details to come out about what exactly he was armed with and why he might have done this all right and so we have this lone wolf we have them interested in a woman who is described to be a companion of his or some associated with him but it sounds like the danger police are saying is no longer right now i mean the danger has gone away there's no one out there who might have a weapon or something but the news of people killed it just keeps jumping we went from a few to police saying more than twenty two just recently more than fifty this is astonishing yes and i'd like to emphasize that dish sherif said fifty plus two hundred plus they're really not sure how many yet and that's why he said it that way so this number may jump even higher which is the most shocking thing this evening one man being able to kill so many people at an out our con sir last night and what questions you trying to answer as you keep reporting on this oh than in the hours ahead well i think the big questions right now are why why this happened why he did this but also there are so many people out there who were wounded who were killed tonight and their loved ones are looking for them on the sheriff lombardo gave out a phony number spoke about a staging area at the metro police headquarters but also looking at who was wounded who was killed ally these people coming from out.
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"They did it in the predawn hours on if i tried to explain to people away federal law enforcement work uh you're supposed to it you get a search warrant for someone's home you're supposed to execute it what a what they regarded the normal daytime hours which uh go from about it on the federal law firm walk in the morning bullpen in the evening um so to be preddawn so i pointed out at the time you have to get it a special offer from now what are the key that from the judge and usually what you have to show the judge in order to get that kind of permission and that the person in either a danger to the agent so you know think of a drug wade were you got a bunch of hardcore criminal drug dealers and if he did play here the aging coming in the door they may store you don't firing that they have uh if they have ammunition twelve um want to give the agency the chance to get in there one one hopefully nobody up an alert for that happens from time to time the other time you will you go if you were convinced that somebody would destroy evident with they knew the fbi agents who are outside door phillip again you'd weapon mom get in early before everybody up and moving around for that reason um so obviously manafort is not the kinda guy but if they thought it was going to be a threat to the asiapacific amen so they clearly must have told the judge but if you don't let it get in there of course there through the morning we're afraid this guy's gonna destroy the evidence so i thought that was pretty bad but as you point out now we know they not only did that eight pick a law unbelievable on the door we assad is when you read that well i you know look i knew that predawn raid um you know you.
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"Before you aquarius being good with your money is about being selfish it's about being smart advice eased travel in good times are in the guards but they might not last forever so enjoy that you're are ourselves are coming up soon hello clavet arrested for driving under the influence of dragen the long island expressway nassau county police alerted to the situation by a nine one one call they say they saw the yellow cab afford crowned victoria being driven recklessly in the westbound lane with a passenger they say the tricia pants of selden fell to pull over and eventually forced to stop scuffle cops even before the arrest ceasefire apparently heroin and drug parannit for an alias issue for paraphernalia rather she'll be arraigned later today threeman terresa drugs taken from the home and deer part long island suffolk county police commissioner typically seaney tells tent and wins a home been targeted by his agents in the one resident of this house who they draw dealer soldier argued that killed an individual on july of this year in baishui every targeted individually target of its resident army executed a search warrant it search warrant don byer firearms arching theme which the new team that recreated and the emergency services said it's up up to carry kwy apart and we were able to make iraq he says if you're selling drugs in suffolk county that they're coming for you when's do someone fifty some students at mcgill news tech high school in washington got a big surprise friday former president obama made a surprise visit to the school talk to the students about their golden life among other issues he walk through a classroom door his spoke walks has visited with a students a spokesperson said the purpose of the.
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"I think it's it's particularly telling to that dream host the website hosting trump and i believe over in california has taken a real stance against this and i think they should be applauded for doing so because it takes real balls to stand up to a doj issued search warrant they just said no we're not going to do it and then the government the procedural posture of this case was that the government filed a motion was century it's an order to show cause why they should not be compelled to comply with a search warrant and then that resulted in these this series of briefs that withdrawal of the original search warrant this edition of a new attachment that includes additional crimes the additional crimes for which there they're looking for evidence have to deal with the destruction of property actually as opposed to simply rioting so this is definitely expanding the scope of the original warrant and it's i think really really problematic what i don't understand alex is how they are relating um the the uh the accused actions of of writing to a website of looking at the website now and i'm seeing of plans for disrupting uh which are normal and fine and happens constantly uh in a democratic society you you protest youth disrupt you you do all sorts of things like that uh i see nothing is saying we're going to uh be destroying things or or being violent towards people or anything like that so where they're getting that relationship in the first place that says that uh disrupt j twenty dot org somehow uh is it is guilty of this know i wish i knew the answer to that question and maybe the government is hoping to find out the answer that question if they received the fruits of their search warrant as well uh it's not really clear to me at this point but for some reason perhaps there was an anonymous informant tours sometimes of complaints about this particular website that led them to look at it um.
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"With a search warrant ordering it to provide ip addresses of visitors another identifying information the company's refused if that glorified fishing expedition attorney stephanie lukamba raise with digital rights group elettronica frontier foundation she says the warrant part of an investigation into riots in washington is far too broad and regardless of your politics we shouldn't have to worry about or think about our second guess whether or not to click on a particular site for fear that our government might later try and get that information and use it again that it's now up to a court to decide whether the scope of the warrant who's constitutional ian bush kyw newsradio kyw news time five twenty two samaranch traffic and transit on the twos when he says and within the past hour very busy will first of all dense fog in some areas we have the vine expressway closed between broad and the schuylkill expressway that since reopens good news there the overnight construction is gone they'll be back later on tonight weather permitting and another problem with in the hour was a serious accident involving a car and a tractor trailer west on the schuylkill expressway west of gerard we had for a time the schuylkill expressway actually closed with this thing everything reopened on site jess checking the jam cam does not even a delay leftovers so again westbound west to girard avenue may have heard about this one you're walking out the door everything is out of the ways of good news here each and in west and the schuylkill expressway overnight construction repaving in the right lane right around the blue route four seventy six to starting the wrap that up to solve a 95 the betsy russ bridge earlier construction gone moral to new jersey route seventy west of elmwood we have one lane each way if say till six o'clock but it looks like right now the starting to pick up that construction their morals on but to expect delays up and across delaware river bridges we're fined mass transit no reported delays from the.
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"Who is either a subject of or a witness in their investigation was likely to destroy rather than surrender relevant evidence second debris yes knuckles rationale the prosecutor is attempting to intimidate the witness are subject to say nothing of others who were similarly situated in the volunteering everything he may know of an incriminating maitre about people the prosecutor is targeting on monday i took issue mccarthy writes would deputy attorney general rod rosenstein claimed that the muller investigation is not a fishing expedition the deputy attorney general insists the probe as a finite scope related to russia's 2016 election meddling i'd counter that there are no real limits on malerba jose rosenstein failed to follow federal rags the require him to outline specific crimes that the special council is authorized to investigate and be the socalled russia investigation is a counterintelligence investigation was really just a an informationgathering exercise targetting foreign power now our search warrant was issued in a criminal investigation only if a judge finds probable cause at a crime has been committed and that evidence so the crime will be found in the place to be searched the warned is granted on the basis of an affidavit usually drafted by the prosecutor in sworn by the fbi agent so says i wonder if deputy attorney general rod rosenstein to who muller report would be willing to outline for the public the crimes for which manner for its search warrant authorized agents to seize evidence this would go some of the way toward filling in the gap rosen stein left by knowing the regulation requiring a factual description of a criminal investigation and so forth and so i watch troubling to me is that people are being targeted have no recourse no recourse in terms of public opinion no legal recourse if this point there just subject to these investigations no recourse it's very troubling to me in there it is leaked of course to the washington post put the worst light on it for the individual who may be guilty as how i don't know even what he's guilty i don't wanna know what they're investigating at this point nobody else does either with these selective leaks with the cherry picking of information.
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"Of the blood test yeah the the the blitz in actually the alcohol of the refused the the brake laser out on the street um they can be taken to the hospital and um there will be a search work to draw the blood for alcohol and prescription drugs so technically a search warrant that we would need to use so you can you can refuse a breathalyser and you can refuse a blood test but if a search wore than you have to give your blood right and then you also lose your license for the year uh he refused the the breathalyser is it the wrath alizer at that were like is that the the portable one like he had in the studio or is the one that you have to go go to the police station from the state that your view or either the portable inland either out definitely deportable on the street you can lose it at in in in a clip lisa station it he refused that's where you would be taken to the hospital data than how come when somebody does refuse the wrath livesey instead a typically their charge right away that some homes they don't take people to the hospital and get a search warrant is it only certain cases you get the search warrant no it i know you to get the search warrant anytime you need to get the uh you know breathalyser alcohol count and or even uh prescription drugs fifty what you have so they wanna go to go to court you you actually have the actual what in their system okay yeah but i for many at saarc he effort many of people refused a breathalyser they get the charge and there was never any search warrant with them but they still either do though yeah your thing or whatever it is now why what i wanted to ask why we have officer online and it's off of what you said jason is there a legal limit to being able to drive a vehicle or operate machinery while you're under the influence of.