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"sergeant david wright" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I don't know. Palestine's involved as well on the phone line. Now is Sergeant David Wright from the Kenosha Sheriff's Department. Kenosha County Sergeant. Welcome How you guys doing today? It's all good. Cubs are no. I think they're trailing the Brewers. So it's not all good, but mostly it's good. It's good for us. Tell me About this story. This it's a 2019 self driving Tesler autopilot, Tessler that one of your deputies pulled over this week and tell me what happened. Well, we received a call for to our dispatch center for this vehicle that was being operated by a individuals of coming from Illinois. They were crossing over the state line into Wisconsin and the caller advised our dispatch center that the Driver appeared to be sleeping. The caller told her dispatch that the guy had his head back. His mouth was open on, definitely looked like he was asleep. Our deputy set up on the interstate in located the vehicle as it passed by him. They got behind the vehicle and then pulled alongside of it to make sure that the driver was In fact sleeping and the deputy did did see through the driver's side window that the operator appeared to be asleep. His head was down and and and he did not have his hands on the steering with that, because you want obviously the driver too. Wake up and pull over. But you've got to be careful not to startle the driver. I would think to. Yeah. Heywood, traveling at about 80 Miles an hour, and the deputy got back behind them and then activated his lights and sirens and follow them north bound through the county, and the guy didn't pull her for about two miles. And he finally realized that he was being stopped and ended up pulling over just before he got into Racing County. And this was about eight o'clock in the morning, right? Yeah, There's about eight o'clock in the morning on Sunday. What were the other so there probably wasn't a lot of other traffic there. But there must have been other traffic involved as well. I don't know if there was a ton of traffic on the interstate. At that time. The deputy didn't state that there was a lot of traffic, but I'm assuming there was some I mean, it's eight o'clock in the morning. Is this the first time? This driver in this car has gotten your attention. So this particular vehicle had been called in on two different occasions to our dispatch center and one of the occasions. We weren't able to locate the vehicle before it got back in the Illinois twice before people called and said Hey, there's a guy in a Tesla asleep at the wheel. All right. Okay. What happened The other time. I'm sorry, Sergeant in the second and the second time That vehicle was called in. Our deputy did locate the vehicle, um, and pulled up next to it and the and the driver was awake and driving the vehicle so they didn't make a traffic stop at that time, And so what did the driver 38 year old driver from Palestine? Did he cop to the fact that he was sleeping? He denied sleeping to the deputy. He said that he was not asleep. But he was tired and wouldn't admit that he was asleep. He was not otherwise or did not otherwise have appear impaired. That's correct. I know that the deputy told me that when he looked inside of the vehicle on the Navigator navigation screen Hey, could see that the autopilot feature of the vehicle was engaged. Okay, so, Sergeant, I want to get to the offenses, but I don't understand much about the autopilot vehicles. It presumably would be programmed to avoid other cars. That's my understanding when, when another vehicle approaches, it will slow down. Um, it keeps up with the flow of traffic. It notices things around it. Okay. And so what's the crime? Well, I understand what the offenses What's the chargeable crime or what's the statute here? Well, we ended up setting the driver for an intent of driving assed. Far as I know, there wasn't any other tickets or any other things that were issued to the driver at that time. Is this the only time this has come up in your county? I mean, I've never heard it before, Ever. Yeah, it hasn't come up. Before it. This is the first time we've experienced this. I mean, obviously, we had a little too called on the same vehicle. But we This is the first time we encountered the driver actually asleep. No, Sergeant is the guy working Wisconsin and he's driving home early in the weekend mornings or How is it that he finds himself in Kenosha County, and I do believe that he works in Wisconsin. From what I was told. Well, I'm glad it worked out. Well, it's a scary story. I guess if there's a positive to it, it's that the auto pilot must work to some extent because the guy didn't crash the car, But I'm glad you were able to find him and hopefully he'll find another way home from his job in Wisconsin. Yeah, That's definitely what we're hoping for. Sergeant David Wright from the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department in Wisconsin. Great to talk to you. Thanks very much, and listen. If I give you my license plate. Do I get a pass? Because I go back and forth to Milwaukee Quite a bit. I know you guys were out there a lot. You could you could try. You could try given us, uh, you know some months. Say it. Don't say it. I don't want to get you in trouble. Nice talking to you. All right. Have a good one. You're listening to Chicago's afternoon news. Here's Mary. Rainy night 70 degrees tonight cloudy with scattered showers. Lowest 61 tomorrow windy and warm with morning showers and high of 83 Watch for an accident. Inbound. Eisenhower, now in Mannheim reported about 25 in for Mannheim. Still 34 heading outbound Eisenhower or the Kennedy rather is 40 out to the airport. 30 coming in inbound. Eden's still tough from Peterson. Stevenson 42 out to the tri state Heavy delays to Cicero. Dan Ryan's okay Now south on Bishop for it. 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"sergeant david wright" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Make sense. We'll see what happens and we'll see what happens tomorrow. 10 o'clock arguments begin coming up. Next is John Tammany. Real clear markets. Com also the Forbes when politicians panic. And John Tam Ning. Thanks quite a bit. Donald Trump the task. Not doing less when it came to covert 19 bill coming in the great American with you ever since, you know Please. His nation this hour. I'm Roger vanish. Authorities in Minnesota say they're investigating. An officer involved shooting in the Minneapolis suburb of Burnsville. Police say that their officers first encountered a suspected car thief Sunday, driving a vehicle with stolen plates, which he crashed. Police say they were notified. The same individual allegedly went on to carjack of female at gun point later in the day and then led police on a chase suspect was shot twice by police. 41 year old man is wanted in the fatal shooting of three people in Austin, Texas, and police officials searching the area are warning residents that the suspect might take a hostage in room. Austin Police chief Joseph Chicana said that the suspect, Stephen Broderick, Is considered armed and dangerous. Authorities say they've arrested a person in connection with a shooting at a busy tavern in southeastern Wisconsin early Sunday that left three men dead and three men injured. In Ocean County Sheriff's Department spokesperson Sergeant David Wright says the suspect is facing a charge of first degree intentional homicide right says additional criminal charges of likely after further investigation. Chicago's public high schools are such reopened Monday for the first time since the nation's third largest school district went fully remote amid the.
"sergeant david wright" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Have gone on and it's it almost looks like this is big conspiracy. I don't think it's that Attorney is on paid administrative lead. While the state's attorney's office conducts the internal investigation. Authorities say they've apprehended a person in connection with a shooting at a busy tavern in southeastern Wisconsin early today that left three men dead. Three men injured. In Ocean County Sheriff's Department spokesperson Sergeant David Wright says the suspect is facing a charge of first degree intentional homicide right says additional criminal charges could come after further investigation. Authorities in Minnesota say they're investigating an officer involved shooting in the Minneapolis suburb of Burnsville. Police there say they're officers first encountered a suspected car thief Sunday, driving a vehicle with stolen plates, which he then crashed. Police say they were notified that that same individual allegedly went on to car Jack of female at gunpoint. Later in the day and then led police on a car chase suspect was shot twice by police. Manhunt still underway in Austin, Texas, as police look for 41 year old Stephen Broderick of former sheriff's deputy who's won in the fatal shooting of three people today, while police have recently rescinded lockdown for the immediate area around the scene of the shooting. They are still warning the product is considered armed and dangerous. Another highway shooting in the Chicago area people were heard in a shooting early Sunday and I 94 on the far South side. Illinois State police say the incident happened at about 2:15 A.m. and the north family ends of I 94 120th Street. A female driver and her female passenger were hospitalized with injuries not considered life threatening Lisa. It's not clear if they suffered gunshot wounds. Steve Extent, WGN news Day, health officials say. More than eight million covert 19 vaccines have been administered in the state Sunday. The 70 average daily shots just over 100 and 25. 1000 WTN Sports White Sox went to games seven innings short game's over Boston, 32 and 51 and Atlanta is beating the Cubs by 13 to 3 late in.
Person Arrested in Wisconsin Bar Shooting That Left 3 Dead
"Say they've arrested a person in connection with a shooting at a busy tavern in southeastern Wisconsin early Sunday that left three men dead and three men injured. Kenosha County Sheriff's Department spokesperson Sergeant David Wright says the suspect is facing a charge of first degree intentional homicide right says additional criminal charges of likely after further investigation.
"sergeant david wright" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Toward what Americans think they're getting. Hawaii's governor signed a bill making it another state authorizing some nurses to perform abortions. You're listening to ABC News. From the WTMJ breaking news Center. I'm Rusty Mellberg, the city of Milwaukee, is losing its face of the anti violence movement. Reggie more leaving City Hall for the Medical College of Wisconsin. He's been the director of the Office of Violence Prevention, since 2016 has been some of the most challenging but also some of the most important work. What I've done in my life on its been an honor and a privilege to serve my community and, as the mayor said, I will continue to do that in my role at the medical college with the comprehensive injury Center Mayor Tom Barrett says they will not immediately appoint Maura's replacement and that the staff will collaborate on the city's anti violence messaging. The Burlington area school district will take issues repairing what the Department of Public Instruction calls A racially hostile environment. DP I given the District a 30 Day window to come up with an action plan to prevent racial discrimination in student discipline. The order comes after mother complained to the district that air to black students have been harassed between 2016 and 2020. She alleged they were called racial slurs and were pushed down the stairs. The district issued a statement saying the district is working to reject racism. Several Kenosha County taverns were targeted by scam calls on Sunday. Sergeant David Wright says the scammers claimed to be collecting from legitimate programs like shop with a cop promising a volunteer would stop in to collect the donation. But the sergeant says they make their requests in person. We would have our officers go directly to that. Business to speak with them directly. A sergeant Wright says. Call the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department. If you receive a similar phone call, asking for donations in sports, the Brewers have won three in a row, defeating two cubs 6 to 3, An American family feel this evening. The play again tomorrow evening with the first pitch set for 6 40. WTMJ forecast Partly cloudy tonight Lows 40 along the lakefront 35 inland, isolated shower possible Tuesday Otherwise partly cloudy and breezy highs around 55. I'm Rusty Mellberg, NewsRadio wtmj. You're driving. You're hungry. You've just picked up some fast food and it's deep fried deliciousness is wafting through your vehicle. A voice inside your head urges you to take a bite you resist. But then the voice takes over and becomes the distracter. Wow, that smells good. Burger fries and a shake, huh? Well, then why aren't you eating? I'm driving. Nice to meet you driving. I'm the distracter. And if you're not going to eat that burger, I am what? No. Yeah. Give me that prize milkshake..
"sergeant david wright" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Or said he didn't take any drugs, Cahill said that's for the jury to decide. Second. He denied yet another defense request to sequester the jury. After an officer involved shooting in the Minneapolis area lead to unrest over the weekend, Cahill said, that is a separate case. Marco Malard ABC News the director Milwaukee's office. The Violence Prevention is stepping down, the journal Sentinel says Reggie Moore will be joining the Comprehensive injury Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin, where he'll be focusing on violence prevention policy at the local state national levels more was appointed to his current role. Back in 2016, a new study determining that almost all urban schools in Wisconsin taught their students virtually as of December. The policy form releasing those findings this morning, based on a statewide survey of Schools they participate in the National School lunch program. The survey covered about four of every five public and private schools statewide. It found that 80 to 90% of responding urban schools, depending on grade offered all or mostly virtual instruction. In the month of December. Today, Milwaukee public schools begins welcoming back Some students into in person learning scammers, posing his Kenosha County sheriff's officials calling a number of taverns Sunday, claiming to be collecting donations for programs like shop with a cop or the dare program. After asking for donations. They say the caller claimed to be a volunteer would stop by to pick them up Kenosha County Sheriff Deputy Sergeant David Wright a donation we would received from a business In the in the county. We would have our officers go directly to that business to speak with them directly about the programmer out event that we're trying to Get a donation for Sergeant Wright says any Kenosha County business or individual receiving such calls should contact police hard to find and pricey to buy. It remains a southers market when it comes to southeastern Wisconsin home sales. One local expert says Millennials are among the buyers with some willing to take extraordinary measures put themselves in a position to purchase a couple decides to get out of their lease an apartment and live in their car for five months so they could save up their down payment for the Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors. Mike Ruzica says that despite popular Leaf young people want in on what's already a tight housing market performing household. They don't want to live with their parents anymore. They're getting out there getting married pandemic, giving them time to save up a down and plant. It was really nothing to do so they couldn't spend money going out or anything like that. They start looking at the foot of my priorities in life is 80% of us. Want a home of our own that 65% actually make it happen? Jean Miller WTMJ News..
"sergeant david wright" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The pressure's on regulators to make a speedy decision Visors filing sets off a chain of events is the Food and Drug Administration and its independent advisers debate if the shots already If so, another group will have to decide how the initial limited supplies are rationed out. Initial supplies will be scarce. According to information given to the National Academy of Medicine about 25 million doses of the Fizer vaccine will be available on December 30 million in January and another 35 million in February and March. People getting the shots will need two doses three weeks apart. I might happen. At a news conference today. President Trump once again says he won the election. Big Pharma ran Millions of dollars of negative advertisements against me during the campaign. It's that one by the way, but you know, we'll find that out almost 74 million votes. A 17 year old from Illinois, who's charged with killing two people during a violent protest in Wisconsin, and his case has become a rallying cry for some conservatives posted $2 million bail Friday and was released from custody. Kyle Rittenhouse is accused of fatally shooting Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and wounding gauge Gross Christ during a violent demonstration August 25th that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha. Posted bond through his attorney in about 2 P.m., according to Kenosha County Sheriff's Sergeant David Wright. Rittenhouse of any Aqil annoy, told police he was attacked while he was guarding a business and that he fired in self defense on Wall Street. The Dow down by 219 points more.
"sergeant david wright" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The pressure's on regulators to make a speedy decision Visors filing sets off a chain of events is the Food and Drug Administration and its independent advisers debate if the shots already If so, another group will have to decide how the initial limited supplies are rationed out. Initial supplies will be scarce. According to information given to the National Academy of Medicine about 25 million doses of the Fizer vaccine will be available on December 30 million in January and another 35 million in February and March. People getting the shots will need two doses three weeks apart. I'm Mike Hampton. At a news conference today. President Trump once again says he won the election. Big Pharma ran Millions of dollars of negative advertisements against me during the campaign. It's that one by the way, but you know, we'll find that out almost 74 million votes. A 17 year old from Illinois, who's charged with killing two people during a violent protest in Wisconsin, and his case has become a rallying cry for some conservatives posted $2 million bail Friday and was released from custody. How Rittenhouse is accused of fatally shooting Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and wounding gauge Gross Christ during a violent demonstration August 25th that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha. Posted bond through his attorney in about 2 P.m., according to Kenosha County Sheriff's Sergeant David Wright Rittenhouse of any arc, Illinois told police he was attacked while he was guarding a business and that he fired in self defense on Wall Street. The Dow down by 219 points more on these stories. Town hall dot com. It's totally normal to be constipated.
"sergeant david wright" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Seven thirty one CBS news update some cities like San Francisco of ordered people to stay at home except to go grocery shopping or the doctor Massachusetts we are not planning any shelter in place order governor Charlie Baker says he believes people are using common sense home or by the daily creativity and resiliency that we see from the people of this remarkable state the president tries to reassure Americans and especially investors so we getting rid of this virus as what we're doing and that's the best thing we can do by the way for the markets for everything it's very simple very simple solution who want to get rid of it we want them to have very is few deaths as possible while the Dow closed up yesterday futures have been down all morning long CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger indications are for a drop at the markets open at nine thirty eastern time as uncertainty swirls around the spread of the corona virus right now as you P. futures down ninety two CBS news update I'm Peter king WTMJ news time seven thirty two from the WTMJ breaking news center the total number of Wisconsin coronavirus cases up to ninety Milwaukee county with forty of those confirmed by health officials Tuesday Dane county nineteen Fonda lack twelve more concerning to health departments and in Milwaukee and Kenosha counties is that there are signs there's been community spread of coronavirus that means some patients got it without coming into contact with someone who had left the country the hospitality industry is hurting because all the regulations put in place to help safeguard people from covert nineteen it is just a heartbreaking situation Tony clear Irish in a pub general manager Gregory staff he tells me although their current bands for restaurants are necessary it hurts more than just the bottom line is you know it is never easy to tell anyone that they don't have we don't have any work for them so it is really difficult he says are trying to stay positive through it all and we're just hoping that this passage Alyssa Barkley WTMJ news unemployment figures appear to be rising is the ripple effects of the corona virus crisis begin to widen this is Schering Preston with treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin warning of an unemployment rate of up to twenty percent of actually some companies say they have no choice but to stop paying people the hospitality and airline industries have been hit particularly hard Marriott is for allowing tens of thousands of employees Norwegian air laying off ninety percent of its work force other airlines hotels bars and restaurants are preparing to do the same Attorney General Josh call wants people to watch out for price gouging state trade and consumer protection administrator lar someone telling TMJ four news what that means wholesaler retailer in this instance cannot charge more than fifteen percent highs and they charge the last sixty days it's part of their bona fide cost also concerns about corona virus related scams you cannot look for clues to include phishing emails phone calls text and also claims of a key word for it committed nineteen U. S. immigrations and customs enforcement pulling one hundred seventy detainees from the commotion county jail in response to the operator nearly twenty percent of everyone housed in the Kenosha county jail were ice detainees now after sheriff's sergeant David Wright told IC would not take anymore due to the corona virus outbreak all detainees were bused out to other prison locations right adding the total population is down to around six hundred and thirty in the prison freeing up space for social distancing inside before all detainees were transported ice was pink in ocean county seventy dollars per person to hold the migrants and transport them to immigration court in Chicago when necessary Kevin wells WTMJ news coming up more legal trouble for a former Green Bay Packer WTMJ news time is seven thirty.