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"sergeant ray" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:57 min | 10 months ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Story was produced by Orange Cat for blue dot sessions and W ay and Yongee. A quick note on this story we call the Alameda County Sheriff's Department and spokesperson Sergeant Ray Kelly told us that the department now includes videos of officer involved shootings in their daily briefings and trainings, he says deputies analyze whether they're justifiable. Kelly also says the department has launched a cultural diversity training course where deputies learn about black, Latin X and other cultures. You're listening to the weekly broadcast of World affairs. It's produced in partnership with Theresa. Racism and law enforcement is a global problem, and some countries have spent a lot more time trying to fix it than the United States. In Germany, cadets learn about the Holocaust in detail and take classes in law, ethics and police history. And Northern Ireland overhauled and integrated its police force following the Good Friday agreement in 1998. Other countries have really struggled with this even as they ve overhauled their police departments. South Africa has been trying to reform its police for decades. Enforcement off the lock down is anything that systematic, it appears rendered. The situation has worsened under the Corona virus Lock down on April 10th soldiers from the National Police Force beat Collins Cosa to death. The 40 year old father was accused of violating shelter in place orders by drinking a beer in his yard. Anger boils over in Eldorado Park after the death of 16 year old Nathaniel Julius. Then, just last month, police in Johannesburg shot and killed a 16 year old with down syndrome. Protests are breaking out in townships and the victim's family is demanding justice. Ray Suarez takes us through South Africa's struggle with police violence and what we can learn from it. For many South Africans, America's black lives matter Movement is a reminder of their own history of nearly 50 years of systemic racial oppression, called apartheid in South Africa. Native protest player it against apartheid and passport. Long 100 died when police fired on demonstrators at Sharpeville. Under apartheid. South Africa's white leaders use the police as an important instrument of control to enforce of bewildering tightening web of laws that bound black lives. 13 million Black South Africans living in a society dominated by three million white South African Laws made white people officially superior on the large black majority face discrimination in every aspect of their lives by the 19 eighties footage of South African police using brutal paramilitary tactics, beating even the youngest of Children beamed around the world as the Children rioted. It sparked international outrage and calls for an end to apartheid. Now is the time for celebration. For South Africans toe time together, celebrate on that's what they did. When liberation came with the first all race elections in South Africa. In 1994, the police were going to be reformed along with everything else housing schooling. Industries where the best jobs were reserved exclusively for whites. A quarter century later, what's changed, Black South Africans have risen in the ranks. The chain of command is transformed with black people setting policy supervising training, overseeing the way police air deployed on the country streets and yet South Africa remains one of the most unequal and violent countries in the world. Complaints persist about the police, including charges of rape, torture and murder is the brutality of today's South African police force is a direct descendant of the tactics used during apartheid. Even after the entire political and governmental order of the country's been changed Stand. Anchorman joins me. He's the executive director of the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation. South Africa stand. Welcome to the program. Thank you very much. And John Steinberg teaches African studies at Oxford University. He's the author of Thin Blue. The Unwritten Rules of Policing South Africa. John Steinberg, Welcome to World affairs. Hi. Good to be with you. Stand anchorman. Let me start with you. There was so much hope. Directed toward all these.

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Wall Street opened higher this morning following yesterday's sharp gains the Dow was up one hundred forty four points this is NPR news from Washington from KQED news I'm Jeremy Siegel first responders are encountering the powerful opioid Fenton all on the job more often but they're highly unlikely to be exposed to toxic levels of the drug even in close contact with an overdose victim that's according to information distributed by the California department of public health this week in an effort to ease the worries of first responders can committees Annika Klein has more essential overdose deaths have climbed in the last few years so have reports of officers experiencing serious symptoms after reportedly coming into contact with the drug on the job sergeant ray Kelly with Alameda county sheriff's office says probably four or five times they've had officers administer the overdose medication the locks on to other officers who were in distress he worries about the potency of the drugs officers are encountering on the job there is a big difference between medical grade opioid that are administered everyday to patients and then delisted panel from overseas but the state department of public health calls these reports more myth than fact until Armenian agrees she's an emergency physician and medical toxicologist at UCSF Fresno for someone to actually get sick from either fentanyl or a Sentinel analog will actually take a fair amount of Sentinel to be absorbed and that's actually pretty hard to deal she says her big fear is that first responders might hesitate to help an overdose victim when seconds count I'm Anne Klein KQED news there is more local coverage on our website KQED news dot org I'm Jeremy Siegel support.

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Raptors President Masai Ujiri Accused of Pushing, Hitting Deputy at NBA Finals

John Batchelor

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Raptors President Masai Ujiri Accused of Pushing, Hitting Deputy at NBA Finals

"Thirty say they're pushing for battery charges against messiah Jiri after the raptors executive allegedly pushed and hit a sheriff's deputy as he tried to get on the court after Toronto's, game six win against the Golden State Warriors. Police say Jerry was denied access to the court because he did not have the proper credentials. Alameda, County sheriff's spokesman sergeant Ray Kelly said Jerry tried to push his way past deputy and after the deputy pushed him back. He's struck the deputy in the face Jiri. Eventually did make it onto the court after bystanders intervened. The team said they are also looking into the

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Raptors president under investigation for allegedly shoving deputy

Chip Franklin

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Raptors president under investigation for allegedly shoving deputy

"Investigators are reviewing video footage to see if charges should be filed against the Toronto. Raptors president? Correspondent John Stolnis reports the official is facing possible charges after struggling to get on the court at oracle arena last night. There's new champion. Attuned Toronto Canada. NBA chance. Thirty say they're pushing for battery charges against messiah Jiri after the raptors executive allegedly pushed and hit a sheriff's deputy as he tried to get on the court after Toronto's, game six win against the Golden State Warriors. Police say Jerry was denied access to the court because he did not have the proper credentials. Alameda, County sheriff's spokesman sergeant Ray Kelly said Jerry tried to push his way past deputy. And after the deputy pushed him back he struck the deputy in the face Jiri. Eventually did make it onto the court after bystanders intervened. The team said they are also looking into the

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Tax, tiff raptors trouble. I'm Barbara Kusak. The Justice department backed up treasuries, moved to reject a request by congressional Democrats for six years of President Trump's tax returns, the chairman of the House, Ways and means committee, demanded Trump's tax returns from two thousand thirteen through two thousand eighteen as part of the congressional oversight of the IRS Treasury Secretary, Steve Mnuchin last month, defied, a subpoena for that information and said he did so under the advice of the Justice department, illegal opinion, which has now been released States Treasury was not obliged to accept the committee stated purpose without question, and based on all the facts and circumstances. We agreed that the committee, lacked, a legitimate legislative purpose for its request. Linda Kenyon, Washington, Iran denies involvement, but correspondent Frederik light gun reports the defense department's video shows ran removing an unexploded mind from one of the tankers to have been attacked this week in the Gulf of Oman, inform minister k. Came out despite his video and said he doesn't believe that there's even circumstance evidence that the Iranians were behind these attacks trouble looming for Toronto. Raptors president messiah Jerry on the day after his team won its first NBA title, correspondent John Stolnis reports thirties, and California are pushing for a battery charge against him as he tried to make way onto the court last night without the proper credentials to county sheriff's spokesman sergeant Ray Kelly said Jerry tried to push his way past deputy. And after the deputy pushed him back he struck the deputy in the face Jiri. Eventually did make it onto the court after bystanders intervened. The team said they are also looking into the incident in infant boy, who was cut from Chicago. Woman's womb with a butcher knife died today at a hospital where he had been in grave condition since the April attack that killed his mother Chicago police spokesman said that he expects the two women charged in the mother's death will now also be charged with murder in the staff barbeque show..

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"It is open now for the rest of the summer every single day. I was out there. Today is just gorgeous it so summer already. They have nineteen water parks at Kentucky kingdom, nineteen and they have at least I think the answer was six was at six roller coasters, or seven it is so nice out there now if you haven't been in a while, please, please. Come on by and hope he can do it on Thursday. Then Friday, the KC heating and cooling summer Catholic tour kicks off at ascension. We have yet to be at ascension. This is all Kevin audience guys. They own w q. That's going to be a good one. Then if we can get Kevin auditing to come. Yeah. I know the soft you lay it is off Browns lane. In and you can find just punch in, essentially, if you've been there, they have a great summer picnic, and then at the end of this hour, we will play actor Sam Elliott, given an emotional tribute to World War, Two veteran sergeant Ray Lambert. He was on d day landed on the beach Omaha beach on d day, and it's about six minutes long. It was for yesterday's Morial day concert, and it is is really touching. We have to play absolutely shame. We were on yesterday's we'd play yesterday. But anyway. So vaster still own is not giving up on Rambo. Remember all the Rambo. Yes, of course, now there's going to be a fifth Rambo. The last one was pretty bad. It was the last one is really bad. I who wasn't bad at. All right. The problem with Rambo is not like the rocky series of Iraqi stepped away from the you know, he got he got Michael Jordan, to come in and play, or get the, you know, as Apollo's kid, which is now continuing with that. And the last two the last three Rockies some argue that one of the three is the second best of the entire series. Oh, yes. Oh, yes. Because the first three Rockies were pretty big tells two of the three rocky to was awful, all three great asked know rocky to offer. Great arable. Hey, your face is terrible. So master Stallone is back with Rambo as could be Rambo. Five last blood, evidently, it's gonna hit. It was. I hope I fly so let's see be last one. No. Last blood Rambo last blood is gonna hit theaters in September. Here's the plot. Rambo has a ranch. Oh, Johnny Rambo has a ranch. And he suffers from PTSD. And he's having a flash back from the Vietnam war. Well, the granddaughter of this housekeeper finds out that her father is being held in Mexico. No. So, so Johnny Rambo says, I'm gonna take you to Mexico and track them down. So that's when things go. Bad Rambo five last blood hits theaters. This September more more Stallone news. There's talk now, remember the movie Cobra where he was the cop had masters terrible terrible. Movie poster read, if crime is a disease. He's Makita or Cobra Jones of Johnny Cobra covers not a last name dudes terrible. I'm kitty python. Look, so. Anyway Cobra is now in talks with Cobra being a web series being an entire series. Well, that sounds like the TV show would probably be better than a stupid move moves horrible. A bride headed her maid of honor. You know, it's usually best friends, that's how that works or sister or sister Yahoo ever filling. Well, her maid of honor, best friend, they Ray to have the wedding and make all the plans. Well, here comes the bachelorette party and, you know, how women and men are about their bachelor bachelorette party, everybody was all fired up. They're planning to getting ready to do it. And then the maid of honor had a family member, who was honored deathbed dying of cancer. And she asked to be excused from the bachelorette party when she went when the maid of honor, went to the bride and asked her, hey, can I be excused from the bachelorette party? I haven't loved one this dying. The bride went completely nuts and crazy honored and said missing the party's not option the maid of honor had to choose between her and her family. Chose the family. And now the bride and groom are no longer friends, new bride, and bridesmaid are bride and bridesmaid. I'm sorry, Brown. Yeah. This is case where you don't even ask. No. Of course, young occur in the eye and say, what are you sorry? Yeah, I've got to go be with this person. And that's how that works. You think you don't ask will? Is it? Okay. If I. No. Hey, guess what? I'm doing. I'm sorry. I gotta miss your party is sure it's going to be fine of set everything up. I've put Cindy was no Cindy's anymore. Putting carol. Now there's no carols anyone. I've put Michelle. No, there's no Michelle's and Hannes Heather's ten detainees in the south in their staying now. We'll tan, you might be getting married for eight time. Yeah. That's true. So you must be older, but there used to. Right right out Nate now, bachelorette party will you talk to know if I run into a bachelor party in the names of the girls are crystal Carol. Yeah, Tonya, Tonya, Tonya, and Heather, we're in all in in, in their likes win headers classy, one of the group. Oh, yes, she smokes. Menthol raise a classy broad. All right. So a woman funds her shopping addiction, a twenty year old girl by the name of corrosive. Barker has shopping at dish at diction but she found out a way to help finance it who don't tell me. This is a bad story at no she a prostitute on the side. Oh, that's that would have been my first way too. Understood. Okay, she's tripping. No that be my second choice selling drugs. That would be my third choice k the student and part time nanny rakes in three thousand three hundred sixty dollars a year by donating her plasma. Oh, okay. She says she donates twice a week Brent's. She recommends it to anyone. That's short on cash to go donate plaza. I don't know of paid that much. Yeah. Plasmas need is. So it, it takes your blood out it. But take the plasma then they put the blood back in I think, is how it works. I've no idea whether that's Joe. No, it is true. Because I donate blood quite often every, every sixty days or whenever I'm Pago in donate blood, Kentucky blood center. So there's always one person in there sitting and watching movies and their donating plasma. Yeah. Right. Takes a while takes a long time. I wonder what the what it pays. Let's find out. Okay. We're gonna longer we can't do the other donation CJ Cumberland. We just had him on the air with us about two weeks ago. he came in with a church your old church and they were talking about a special night i think it was on the eighteenth where they were raising money he had just gotten silver through the healing place and i knew him because he books he used to book bands on great day live show that terry and i used to do on w. h. s. eleven and he used to come on all the time and we connected and i always really liked him and he was sick and he couldn't come in on the air with us that night because he had gone downhill he had made that choice which i find fascinating the people that make that choice to where they say okay you can do the treatments but it's only going to give you this amount of time more yep or you could stop doing the treatments and enjoy a little bit left at what you have your life and a lot of people saying there's a right or a wrong answer there it is eight ups to eat you can't throw a blanket over all the situations it's got to be up to the individual he chose i'm just not going to do the treatments and i'm gonna enjoy the last they said two to three months and it didn't even go that i think it was The weeks had a my wife's aunt had done the same thing. She did her treatments. When I talked to her at a funeral. I said, how are you doing? And she said, well, I'm dying and I was like, besides that and she was like, well, I'm doing treatments until my grand baby gets here. My grand grandbaby gets here. I want to spend time my grandbaby, and then I'm going to stop the treatments, and then I will how and it's so surreal, and it's so and you try to process, the information that this woman is telling you and I loved her this one, a favorite aunt. The Jackie has she is just she was an angel loved, her dearly, and she's sitting there and I'm trying to process her saying to me. Hey, I'm waiting for my grandbaby. And when the brand grandbaby gets here. I'm stop treatments. And I will die at that point. And I'm just. It is amazing what people go through. I can't imagine processing and coming to grips with that. Once you make that decision that your mortality is going to be, you know what I'm saying. There's a movie out with Johnny Depp right now, and I think it's called professor or something like that to where he is a professor, and he finds out he's only got six weeks live. So he starts to act like people with that don't care about what everybody else thinks. Right. Right. Like at that point in your life. You are not processing. Well, is this mean or is this, whatever or is this gonna cost me this, or that they just say it and do it? Do we think we should live life like that anyway? Yeah. We kinda do away. Right. But anyway, CJ. Cumberland we mission. We love you and prayers to your family. Yeah. There's no doubt. Alright. I've got some sound we're gonna play when we come back a Wendy's employees took a bath in the kitchen sink. Oh, beautiful a ninety six year old World War, Two vet played the national anthem on a harmonica Taylor SWIFT's new song. Sounds like Macarena. They play both back to back in the jeopardy guy. One again. We'll play all that sound when we come back and it also later this hour, celebrities fessed up about how many sexual partners they've had. I think you're going to want to know this. I think they're all lying. No. You're going to be surprised on some of them. I think any of them are truthful. Yeah. But some of them I think they've got to be dumbed down. And you'll find out when we come back, but I hide tower men's clinic baby. Listen guys get your life back L. There's places out there. Have you got a they're going to push pills, and powders and potions on your even gonna suggest injecting a needle which that somewhere? I never want a needle at. But listen, when you're ladies ready for special eighty time, do you say, okay? Let's go, Honey. Or do you say, let me take a pill and I'll be with you in forty five minutes to an hour will listen, she doesn't want to wait around and you shouldn't have to wait around with high tower men's clinic, they correct the issue? Okay. 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"sergeant ray" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Of being tortured as the sleep deprivation because it has such a profound systemic negative impact on people. It just disrupts everything we know about what it means for your body to function in a healthy way. Federal judge James DeNardo says he has no doubt that sleep is a basic human need like eating or drinking. According to the SF gate county. Sheriff's spokesman sergeant Ray Kelly said we don't sleep deprived people and will prove that in court. The judge decided to put off making a ruling for now he gave the plaintiffs two weeks to consider the option of consolidating this case with others having to do with inmate treatment at Alameda County jails, namely, the more Bacher case, which is the alleged mistreatment of pregnant women at the same Santa Rita jail. Another plaintiff attorney. Denis Cunningham said there's a good chance they will fold the cases together into a class action lawsuit, but they are still considering their options. He said that the sleep deprivation is quote, just one aspect of the regime and their the food the medical care the discipline. All these things are done in a way. Our view that is just simply oppressive and a lot of ways in a focused way. You know, there's an attitude towards the prisoners that there's some how deserving of treatment, and certainly not of any kind of consideration for basic, kinda humane. Values Cunningham, said rat feces and maggots have been reported in the food a county jails he also explained that the county jails contract out to companies to provide the food and the medical care for the jails for profit when I asked him how long he'd been working on prison cases, he said since nineteen sixty nine I asked has anything gotten better. Ooh. For KPFA news. I'm Elliot Alpern in San Francisco, one eight hundred four three nine five seven three two two minutes and twenty seconds left in this matching period. And we haven't had a call in a while.

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"The downloads pay you can listen over and over and over and over again and find on the interviews that you want to hear today, we have the fiction in the coffee county sheriff's department here, we have captain Billy Butler sergeant Danny rain sergeant Laura nettles folks, thanks for being here. Thank you. Thank you for having us. As sergeant Ray, a you or the training, you're in charge of training sheriff's department. Yes. Okay. So some of the new things happening at the coffee county sheriff's department is new training for corrections officers. Correct. I tell us all about that place love to so now we have. Whenever they come in and fill out their application. It's not a fill it out. We'll call you next week. You come in and get started top deal. It's you fill it out. We contact you. And a couple of days you come in having an interview with the jail. Lieutenant Jehlum minister, then you have an interview with our internal investigator. And then you sit in front of an interview board Hannele of individuals. Correct. Correct. I think there's what ten there's ten people. That's on the interview board you get questions. You know about how you how you would react in certain situations about your past that kind of thing. It's it's it's amazing that they have that. Then after that process if you get hired you starting to the jail, but you don't. You know, going immediately start moving inmates tab deal you have to be going to complete extensive one hundred sixty hours of training your first month the first month first month one hundred sixty hours. So whenever you finish that training. You're ready to start in any aspect of corrections. You can go straight into booking classification. You can go on to start working tower working even master control. Day one after you get on with your training and that cuts a lot of time. And also takes a lot of stress off of our our employees that work there. We have a dedicated training apartment in corrections to training officers that that's all that they do is training. It's it's amazing. It's awesome. So you're still looking for more corrections officers in the coffee Ganesha sprint, correct? Still hiring. So who's the right individual? Maybe maybe they're listening who's the right person out there. Someone who's got a good head on their shoulders. That's what we're looking for. We. No criminal record is a definite. Plus high school diploma high school diploma GD. They can come see us with that. And basically sat down someone that's got to have people skills because we're in the customer service business. Oh, that's an interesting way to put it, right? Okay. We're in the customer service business, you know, in jail. They think of. Just the correction officers being all the time being very angry towards this going what we saw on TV and in the movies, which is totally not the case totally not the case. That's the absolute worst way that you could deal with it. It's out of the jail is being that way. We asked this morning I helped to train deescalation training. So I mean, we're the train is there. And there are training. Officers are conducting that they're doing a great job in the correction officers. They're they're they're like sponges soaking it all up. It's amazing. So the training for the courthouse because I know that that was an issue is in the news over the past year. And how how are we doing Mr. training officer? Well, we have a inside of the courthouse. There's numerous officers that are that are certified officers, and there's uncertified. For the certified officers coming up next month. We're doing an in service for doing sixteen hours, total of active shooter training, and that's going to be not only for court officers. That's going to be four or SRO's that's going to be for all patrol officers. How to respond how to react and what you're gonna do in that situation. We're going to the other officers. We're going to speak with them about. Staying after an afternoon's. We're going to conduct training that way. So everybody that works at the court, rather it be certified or non certified is going to receive active shooter training, we're going to do defensive tactics training. It's going to be. Safety in a new direction top do it. It's gonna be awesome. Great. So anything else happening in coffee county sheriff's department, we need to let the community know about this is this is a great time for us to put the word out there. Just to know that we're we're working hard to get everyone trained and prepared. And things are going. All right. As we come closer to connect camp. Sergeant adults we wanted to to come back and tell us about it. Absolutely. I would love to I'm very excited about it. That sounds really really fun. It is going to be fun. And having things for the youth to do is is always going to pay off in the community. That's right. All right. We sure do appreciate you captain Billy Butler, and sergeant Danny Ray sergeant or nettles we appreciate you being here. Thank you for having us. You come back anytime. There are red.

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"At eight o'clock at sixteen degrees in winter storm warning continues until midnight tonight for Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha counties until noon today for Waukesha Jefferson, Walworth county's morning snow than scattered showers expected especially near the lake accumulations of up to one to two inches can be expected. A high of twenty three degrees from the WTMJ breaking news center. I'm Barry Nelson. We continue with our WTMJ. Erin storm team. Coverage snow will continue to fall throughout the day. Especially along the lakefront counties storm team four meteorologist Lisa Wilson for the rest of the day. We're looking at some scattered snow showers, but it will taper off from the west towards the east, but for Milwaukee Racine and Kenosha were looking at one of those lake effect snow bands setting up and later on this evening and tonight, we'll see additional snowfall from walkie Racine and Kenosha. And that's why the national weather service is going to have that winter storm warning continue until midnight for those counties. Wilson. Says county south of Milwaukee already have up to eight inches of snow on the ground travel on area roadways continues to be hazardous throughout southeast. Wisconsin. Sergeant Ray Goldberg of the -sconsin state patrol traffic management center says they've already had a number of accidents. We've responded to eighteen crashes. Seven vehicle runoff, twelve mortar. Overnight Goldberg says to be sure to take extra precautions keep a safe distance between you and other vehicles. And of course, slowed out the snow continuing to fall up to eight inches as we mentioned in some parts of our listening area, especially to the south of Milwaukee Kenosha county. Sheriff David Beth says traveled there is slow. The major roads are snow covered side roads are definitely snow covered and slippery. A winter storm warning continues until midnight for Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha counties clearing. The snow will be a task at hand for many as this morning WTMJ's. Eric Bill stead? It is really dry, and it's really powdery. So when you start pushing it in meet it's calling all over your shelves. You not really cleaning very much those first couple of times. Now, did you pull out the snow blower should be a lot easier that this notion go pretty quickly? Experts suggest if you are going to shovel where several years, especially as the weather gets colder today, take breaks and consider multiple trips while keeping up with the snowfall sports. Traffic and weather are next WTMJ news time eight oh three..

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But if people use the code harden, Honda that'll take ten dollars off. Oh, that's great. So nineteen bucks. Tons of food. Tons of beer for nineteen dollars a food and beer is free. Yes. Oh, that's great. So once I go to break dot com, though, where where what is the name of the event Anaheim 'confidential? Okay, greg. Thanks. But yeah, you're gonna get some people that are going to eat and drink your margin. Now, you know, you're gonna lose money. Well, we we have a we have an advantage of cops in the bar. That's part of our game. Yeah. Cut him off cut that guy off. What are you gonna have a beer now? Cut him off with Al. But that's going to be a a great about you have an annually. Yes. This is the second time we want to make you kind of an annual signature fundraiser, all right in Anaheim. What's population of Anaheim about three hundred sixty five thousand and so you should have about five hundred cops. We're at four hundred eighty are budgeted strength as of right now. She need a few more guys and gals out. Then if you're going to sponsor them, absolutely, no. But it, but it it is a, you know, they say, what's the average one point two five cops per thousand is I think that that's the national average obviously some cities are much higher than that up to two and three officers per thousand residents. I think most California cities are just right in that one to one thousand range, right? But New York City has got to be well over that. I mean, there's thirty seven thousand cops there on that little tiny island or the island in the five boroughs are. That's unbelievable. Everybody's in worst mood there. So they gotta watch they need the police presence. Yeah. I saw something. The last time I was in New York, which was the one year anniversary of nine eleven my wife, and I are walking down the street and the cops weren't in this very. Joyous mood after what happened a year before? And this one kid walked down. And he just takes a piece of pizza of a cart and keeps walking. And so one of the cops had sought radio down a half a block. There was another cop there and says, hey, bring that kid back here. So he grabs brings him back there. The other cop goes into his pocket pulls out at ten gives it to the guy who owns the stand and kicks him in the ass. Any moves on now that that policing is great because it ends it right there. There's no paperwork that kid got the message. But now with video cameras and everything that could rent that could also end your career. We do a different style of policing here on the west. I know you guys do because I not judging. But I have a friend who works for LAPD and Chicago police came out, and they were gonna they were gonna ride along with LAPD because LAPD as a spectacular reputation for keeping people calm getting the job done. And there are other police forces that come out they probably want to come out and see Anaheim as well. So they bring some cops out from Chicago. And he's riding around LAPD LAPD polls over guy and the the LAPD officer says the driver's license, and and your registration. And the the driver says what the F four and the Chicago cop reaches for the car door of the guy says, well, what are you doing because let's knuckle up with this guy. And 'cause no no hold on. He goes out here at L A. We don't knuckle up with everybody. But I guess in Chicago, they got that problem with, you know, you're you're say something wrong to a cop and it's game on. I haven't been a accomplished. Kaga order your car, but I can tell you how who we will do it here. You going to be a great politician? All right. So it's November second Anaheim, confidential. And I'm confidential we'll keep promoting it until the the the second. But I really appreciate you guys coming in long drive up here. And I am never we do an event in Anaheim. I always feel extremely safe. You guys are very professional. And and really wanted a terrific police forces in the United States mutation. Yeah. Really great reputation. All right. Thank you very much. Sergeant Ray dre back. And of course, sergeant Darren nice to see a valid. Stay safe out there. Thanks for the cop. The patch? Put on tonight in case, I'm driving. The patch on here than sticking, my license and registration in the patch has Anaheim police probably not gonna work this time because he talked Tober and we're in our peak. Patch myself..

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It's Conway show. Mark Thompson is here. Sergeant Ray drawback is with us. And also is it sergeant? Sergeant darren. Wide is here with us as well. Two sergeants from the Anaheim police department, we're just talking about high speed chases during the break. And I always thought this would be a great high speed chase. You you get a big van like a passenger van, but it's got no windows. It's just one big huge van, and you've and you and you put a custom gas tank in. So there's nine hundred gallons of gas. And then you get a couple of kids because the cops aren't going to kill you. If you've got kids with you, and that's my history. And and you and you get the kids in the car, and you know, you you run through a stop sign or stoplight whatever the cop start chasing, you and you end up in Pittsburgh. That's a great chase. Right. They follow you all across the country. People are moving out of your way, and you get to Pittsburgh. And you give you give yourself up smoking abandoned. Yeah. The two thousand eighteen version smoking banded that is right. All right. What's the the big event? You guys got going on in November. Yes, November second. We're going to do an event called Anaheim, confidential and come kind of the premise behind it is we're doing a fundraiser, but nobody likes fundraisers. So we trying to come up with something that would showcase the great work that our homicide unit or cops have done and trying to raise money for cops for kids program at the same time. What is cops for kids? Cops for kids is basically and you talked about earlier like how? It's not real popular wanted to be a cop and the future kind of looks more and more like that. Right. So one of our main missions is mentoring the youth for an eventual career in law. Enforcement. There are plenty of students within our high schools that want to be in law enforcement or they need help to get there. They need some of that can mentor them somebody that can guide them and our staff and our group and cops for kids. A big piece of that is facilitating that how to prepare for the process how to prepare for a career in law enforcement. How to stay on the straight and narrow and not do things that are going to jeopardize your future. Right. So doing all that it's an it's an expensive proposition. So well over ten or fifteen years ago, they critter nonprofit called cops for kids that works hand in hand with the police department to help fund a lot of the events that we're doing to help mentor the students that and again kids who live within our city who eventually want a career in law enforcement. So in doing that we wanted to come up with a signature fundraiser that people would love to go to that. We would love to put on and kind of build that need. And where's it going to be on November second it's going to be the river arena to a one east, Broadway and Riverina on Broadway. And what is going to take? What time does it start? So doors will open at five o'clock. Okay. And we'll have five local eateries suit. My conic ones Lama courses, I e burger Kane a Bonna Mexican food, and we're still working on a few others. And then we're also going to have local Bruce town park Anaheim brewery, that's micro-brewed beer right there within the city. There are also permanent with us as well. You should put the screws to them and set that all up, and then a D Y checkpoint right outside the second one to recommend that. I love it. I'm not listening. But yeah, you're going to recommend. All right, November second it's it's all going to shake down, and where.

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A couple of. Very brave officers with the Anaheim police department and a couple of more here. Sergeant Ray dre is with us. And of course, the guy who I think is probably the most senior officer. Maybe Darren why are you the those senior guy down there? No. Here's a lot of guys. Absolutely. All right. Welcome fellas. And thanks for coming in. I know you guys have an event you wanted to promote. But I always like to talk to the cops to find out what's going on. Because I know police work nowadays is a very very difficult thing to do. And I know a lot of buddies who are in police work there for the first time in maybe four or five generations. They're not trying to push their kids into the same profession that they were in. And I find that disgraceful that we've gotten to that point, you know, because that's a very honorable job. It's an exciting job and for the political climate to be so. Anti-cop and in so distrustful distrustful of cops is outrageous to me. I mean, you're the same thing we do. But I gotta say that we're working to change that it has to do with community trust and community engagement. We're out there every single day trying to build that trust. I don't know if you saw the story that we did recently one of our cops went to a school teacher. Now, a high school how to tie a necktie in that story went viral. That's great. So we try and get out there and interact with people as humans every single day. So that they don't just see those negative interactions right half. Plus, it's so weird. How the interaction that all of us have with cops is so limited in essence. We only talk to you guys when you polish over I mean, and I don't mean you personally, you know, what I'm saying. That street cop is generally they're doing that kind of thing we don't interact with a communist, we need one. We're dialing nine one one. Or we've you know blown a red light. Or whatever the story is. So I'm trying to say is your right to underscore the human part of interaction because I think generally, we don't relate we relate to them as an authority figure that just busted us for doing something. Yeah. And we need to do a better job of that ourselves to instead of just being involved with the public in enforcement activities are when you call is to be proactive in getting out and showing the human side of who we are in. What we do. We all have the same goal, right? But but there's there's a very fine line there. You can't be too buddy buddy with them because they have to know that if they do something wrong the hammer's coming down. Yeah. That's true. But it's just like you're dealing with your kids. Sometimes right. You have to have that loving nurturing relationship, but they have to understand where the line is as well. I had a buddy who told his daughter. She was eleven years old. She said he said, hey, you gotta go in your room and do. Homework. And she said you don't I'm eleven now. You don't tell me what to do. He grabbed her she's wearing a sweatshirt with a hoodie, and he grabbed her by the hoodie dragged her down the hall and threw in a room. And she says I'm calling nine one one and they're going to arrest you for abusing me. He he picks up the phone dials nine one one and hands it tour and says you think I'm afraid of those guys you'll be dead by the time. They get here. Oh. Well, rough raising tough love, man. But she he she always remembers it, and guess what? She did her homework after that. Right. Because dad went nuts that night. But in Anaheim is a little different from let's say Burbank or West Hollywood or Culver city because you have millions and millions of people come into your city as tourists every year. And so you gotta count for not only the people live there and protect and serve them. But also to help the how many millions of listeners of you of tourists twenty five million visitors a year coming to the convention center. The Disney theme parks the stadium the Honda center largest convention center on the west coast. That's unbelievable. Now, does does Disney help the Anaheim PDR because I know a lot of the resources of the guys that are working guys and gals that are working for Anaheim police department there probably usually tied up in traffic control. There's you know, special events that go on. There. And there's there's a also, you know, there are some tourist to get out of hand you guys go to go into these hotels, the guy drank, and he's smoking weed the kids are screaming, and you gotta deal with that as well. The normal day to day stuff that's on us part of being a police department and police in the municipality some of them more specialized things that convention center when there events there they contract for our services same with Disney. We have officers that are stationed there. They contract for those officers to be there, and it's a mutually beneficial relationship for us to be there and for them to have us there. I remember Ray, you're probably with Anaheim. When this happened like four or five maybe six years ago where there was riots downtown. And we were watching it live on TV think Tim Lynn with KTLA was covering it from your helicopter, and I was working. I believe maybe Mark was here that night. I remember maybe it was Doug steigler. But we said there's no way these riots are getting Disneyland. They'd freeway is going to be the cutoff point and man, Anna. Anaheim. They let him go for by let him burnouts manager. And then as soon as they made that right hand turn unlike ball or wherever was towards Disneyland. It was over. And I think that's the way the Disney wants it is the way the people who live in Anaheim wanted. And it's the way the cops wanted there to do you remember that? Yeah. It was a big deal. We had to call a mutual aid. We had a call on the Orange County sheriff's department elegant shrift, permanent real agencies from all over Orange County. We all kind of worked together to solve that problem. There was a weird thing. I was here that night, and we were watching. And you know, as these flanks of officers are there different law enforcement agencies as you say and also these flanks of protesters so and yet it was again, one of those very delicate situations in which a problem violence is really avoided. You have to let them get to a certain level just to get as Tim says as a Tim Tim has just said they get their energy out that way, but you can't allow them free rein because they are walking through city streets. And you did have a sense that you didn't know what was going to happen. There is how we explain it. We one hundred percent respect people's rights to protest and engaging their first amendment rights, but they cannot engage in acts of violence. They cannot engage in acts of vandalism, and they cannot disrupt traffic or anything like that. So we'll let them say their piece, but they have to do it in accordance with the law. Otherwise, we'll have to take enforcement action right now in somebody gets arrested at Disneyland. Is it your job to go pick them up at Disneyland? And and Paul him out of there. We actually have cops that work at Disneyland that are assigned down there. Oh, you do. So we have a whole staff that works there. And eventually look at looked at our jail, but it's our cops. If someone does something wrong that arresting are there right on the property there. And that that's like a fulltime job for them for some of them. That's a full job and for the rest of us. It's overtime to staff at the way that we need to. Wow. I got to throw in there. There's very little crime that happens in the resort area. It's a very safe place with a number of people that come through there every single day. But it's really one of the safest places in America because people with their kids, I mean volume of people that get through there, though, you'd think there might be more incidents. It's really remarkable. There aren't there was a couple of weeks ago. Maybe we can half ago sheriff Jim McDonald was there was a lunch him. And it was in remember where it was it was somewhere off of the ten freeway, and it was at a Sheraton. Right. And so I showed up at the Sheraton hotel, and we're gonna use the conference room there, and it's probably about three or four hundred people and maybe out of the four hundred people maybe three hundred were law enforcement officers. And so they're literally everywhere in the lobby of this hotel and always feel bad on a certain way for all the drug dealers, the decide to stay at that Sheraton the night before and they think while they're called it's going to sell their Coker pills, whatever, and then, you know, leave in the lobby and get out that night, and they go down the lobby and there's three hundred cops and. Alex seems like that's probably like the worst timing other. These guys could ever have. It's a nightmare for them surprise surprise. And yet, none of them bother the guys that are walking out with you know, whatever they got on them. They're like we got out of there alive. Three hundred of them. But we skated it's like they'll think of day Bonnie, and CLYDE can you guys? Stay with us. Absolutely. We're gonna talk about the big event that you got coming up here. It's November second right? Okay. We got Ray dre Beck and also Darren white with us from Anaheim PD. We're live on KFI. It's Conway Thompson more now with the owners of toys R us of canceled plans to auction off the company of bankruptcy court. Filing says the owners plan to reorganize assets in order to invest in new retail businesses that could open the door for a toys. R us comeback council. Members in LA of delayed a decision about disruptors. The puzzle would block some vendors from showing up to meetings for a few days. But for the dozen regulars at city hall demanded the proposal be thrown out whether the one seventy next..

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Was he's hanging there trying to get to his trends nice and cut himself loose from his risers german sergeant came around the corner kansas i'll never forget blue eyed and red haired and there's german sergeant pulled up the schneider as machine pistol to shoot russell and steal hanging there on the steeple and sergeant john ray hoffman louisiana came down right behind that german the german turn and cut him as i gather from ken story literally just in half with the person nash miser turn back shoot russell and steel and sergeant ray and his dying gas with his guts spilling then ken cut himself loose from his risers and the process he cut off on his fingers and didn't know it for the next three hours he ran he said i was the loneliest man in the world he ran through the village got to the edge and there was a german flak wagon twenty millimeter gun shooting up the dakotas the c forty seven's bringing in the american airborne ken says i i did what i was trained to do i pulled the pin on my grenade posted up there on that platform they weren't shooting anymore they german rotter on a bicycle obviously carrying a message and he pulls up his water and shoots all this happens before five am from an eighteen year old kid soldiers like that it's no wonder we won the war so it was the business it was the soldiers it was the spirit and then ambrose reminds us all why all of these stories matter and why they should matter what were these men fighting for on d day you can't exaggerate it you can't overstate was the pivot point of the twentieth century decision was made as to who's going to rule it has world in the second half of the twentieth century is gonna be nazism you're going to be communism or the democracy is going to prevail if we fail in omaha beak and on the other big on the sixth of nineteen forty four the struggle for europe would have been a struggle between stalin and we would have been out of it stalin at one the iron curtain would have been on the english channel one i don't think he would.

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To a higher standard that he is grateful for the fairness integrity and transparency of the legal process state representative from salem new hampshire is indicted on two felonies john manning is accused of bilking the welfare system out of more than thirteen thousand dollars in cash and benefits after receiving food stamp assistance for which he was not eligible those felonies could carry a sentence of up to twenty two years in prison and eight thousand dollars in fines wbz news time coming up to seven fifty two officials say an incident at oakland international airport last night was not an act of terrorism a man is under arrest after driving over a kurban hitting three pedestrians a fourth person was injured by flying luggage sergeant ray kelly with the alameda county sheriff's offices the unlicensed driver stayed on the scene and did speak to deputy able to quickly determine that it was an accident and that it wasn't something more sinister like a suspect trying to run people over intentionally all of the victims are expected to be okay and nasa has delayed the launch of its next generation space telescope until twenty twenty more time is needed to assemble and test the james webb space telescope which is the successor to the orbiting hubble space telescope observatory was supposed to fly this year but last fall nasa bumped the launch twenty thousand nine now it's a year later that has already poured seven billion dollars into that telescope we have breaking news this morning to you want to know information now coming in fist in this tournament knowledge wbz news on turn on wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time seven fifty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on.

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on WSB-AM

"At the cost of his own life sergeant ray mckibben vietnam december 1968 we appreciate all of the medal of honor recipients but it it especially touches may when we recognize the ones in vietnam because they were so underappreciated in map hinders right and they were our aid desribed it right okay we got to get out of here for a break this is o'neill with o'neill outside it's fifty four after the hour and we'll be back in here's my case good morning mike good more and more william how're you doing good is good to hear from you as always and i think we're going to talk about the fact that the dodge ram is that right is it dodge ram or just ram okay that's the confusion issued what what they've done is gut so is created a ran on thing so all shrugs the rams noun and they have dodge court so nutro deserve rail against yup that's right okay and so they had have our releasing them uh early this year like in march that has gotten that learning i obtain ones will be released in march of twenty eight tang is that correct that is correct and this going to be all new drug so it's gonna look different totally different than what would view thing and since the ninety so the colombian awesome truck when can we get a look at that as well you can go to the website take a look at him now or you can go the league did little night pain uh ram taking with you that us four inches longer inside well that's get that right yeah and then the back seats will require on little we're still disguised in the back they're not all jr straight up yeah that's great so when will you have him in a in your locations we're going in the cuban motors show on earth we would have around a okay wonderful and we're ready to sell them right when we raise the salem we've guy we got about over a hundred of the uh late models the.

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Damn i forgot right jennifer jones lay why don't you take it from here the vast accused of sexually assaulting a girl at a motel in covina has turned himself in now he's out unveiled covina police sergeant ray marquez cells ktla pastor douglas ribeira surrendered alongside his lawyer yesterday morning was peaceful yelm without incident taken into custody as far as physically he's not being a cooperative but as far as providing esteem it he's already been counselled by his his legal reputation not to speak to us there is accused of sexually assaulting a chinese tourist after masturbating while spying on her in a roommate couple of days before turning himself in the pastor posted a video online claiming that he's innocent and was just at the wrong place at the wrong time news is brought to you by reborn cabinet should and kenyan helicopter pilot and three british tourists are recovering from a crash that killed three other british travellers the helicopter went down saturday night in a remote area police chief francis bradley says it was a tough rescue where the crash occurred than puerto left is extremely rugged it's only assessable quieter aircraft and our first responders how the twenty hike twenty minutes to get through the sea the citing helicopter company helped by first responders to the crash scene the survivors injuries are described as critical the sentence opening a rare openended debate on immigration so starting today senators will be able to proposed amendments on issues like dhaka and border security each amendment will need sixty votes to make it into a bill that could eventually be sent to the house in his weekly address on friday president trump called on congress disclose what he calls dangerous loophole in addition to mraz thirteen many other gangs are breaking into our country.

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The enemy of the people the free press as the despots enemy which makes the free press the guardian of democracy when a figure in power reflexively calls any press that doesn't suit him fake news it is that person who should be the figure of suspicion not the press flake has become an increasingly outspoken critic of the president and his retiring at the end of the year flake concedes he likely would not have won as a republican who has broken with trump so publicly infrequently scott deathrow npr news the capital the paris of thirteen people found shackled and malnourished in their southern california homer scheduled to appear in a riverside county courtroom one thursday david and louise turpin are accused of torturing their children ages to to twenty nine they were arrested last sunday and held on nine million dollars bail each after one of their prisoners broke free and alerted authorities this is npr news from kqed news i'm tara seiler and alameda county sheriff's deputy is facing felony charges for allegedly setting an inmate up to take a savage beating in october joseph bailie was arrested today under suspicion of felony assault bailey and a minimum security in made at santa rita jail and dublin had an argument says sergeant ray kelly and then bailey move the in may we're a half dozen other prisoners punched and kicked him repeatedly he basically gave the green light or the go ahead for you in may two assault this particular enemy kelly declined to identify the victim of the beating who he said was hospitalized after the attack an attorney representing bailey says he's confident the deputy will prevail in court the city of oroville is suing the california department of water resources over alleged corruption and mismanagement that led to a near disaster at the nation's tallest damn kqed's dan ricky reports the failure of oroville dam spill wiz last february led to fears of catastrophic flooding and prompted emergency evacuation orders for one hundred eighty eight thousand people the orval lawsuit calls department of water resources management quote a day dan of improper behavior and says he agencies quote culture of corruption led to poor inspections and maintenance of the spillway the suit also alleges d w r condoned racial and sexual harassment of workers at the oroville site and tried to silence workers who express concerns about conditions at the facility the department says it does not comment.

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Affordable and safe wall street higher by the closing bell this is npr news from kqed news i'm tara seiler and alameda county sheriff's deputy is facing felony charges for allegedly setting an inmate up to take a savage beating in october joseph bailie was arrested today under suspicion of felony assault bailey and a minimum security in made at santa rita jail and dublin had an argument says sergeant ray kelly and then bailey move the inmate where a half dozen other prisoners punched and kicked him repeatedly he basically gave the green light or the go ahead you in may two assault this particular in may kelly declined to identify the victim of the beating who he said was hospitalized after the attack an attorney representing bailey says he's confident the deputy will prevail in court the city of oroville is suing the california department of water resources over alleged corruption and mismanagement that led to a near disaster at the nation's tallest damn kqed's dan ricky reports the failure of oroville dam school waves last february led to fears of catastrophic flooding and prompted emergency evacuation orders for one hundred eighty eight thousand people the orval lawsuit calls department of water resources sources management quote a dan of improper behavior and says he agencies quote culture of corruption led to poor inspections and maintenance of the spillway the suit also alleges d are condoned racial and sexual harassment of workers at the oroville site and tried to silence workers who expressed concerns about conditions at the facility the department says it does not comment.

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"sergeant ray" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"sergeant ray" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The listeners of kqed at kqed public radio the time is now 23 minutes past eight it's morning edition on kqed and bryan watt so far the wildfires in northern california have been blamed for at least forty deaths that number could certainly rise with nearly two hundred people still missing in the fires law enforcement officers have embarked on the task of searching for bodies he kqed's elissa john kerry spent time at a search and rescue site homes at went scattered the fountain grove neighborhood of santa rosa are now reduced to piles of tan engaged rebel search and rescue units from around the eight were there with cadaver dogs looking for lost loved ones they're using a missing persons first as their guide and then going to their homes which have been leveled by the fire sergeant ray kelly of alameda county sheriff's department size looking for bodies is like an archaeological dag there's so much ashish and debris and that ashington obree is almost like a powder it's almost like a baby powder and you have to sift through that and in some way find human remains but there is in a lot of room for air if you can see of of bone in you pick it up just turns to powder in your hands and that also makes the deceased hard to identify hopefully the person has an implant or the hip replacement part that we can get a serial number off that we can then used compare to their medical records to confirm their identity kelly hopes that most of the bodies will be recovered in the coming weeks and santa rosa and melissa junk perry kqed news the better news coming out of the weekend is that firefighters were able to make substantial progress in containing the wildfires the once widespread tubs fire is now 70 percent contained the atlas fire is sixty eight percent contain the nuns fire which is actually emerging of fires near highway twelve north of glenallen is fifty percent contain the what's the science behind figuring out exactly how contained a wildfire is kqed's lindsay hoshar to crack at that when a fire breaks out the goal is to go from zero percent containment to one hundred percent contained but what does that containment actually mean containment means that there is some type of barrier between the.

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