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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The down dropped a giant bedazzled pickle into a barrel. It's where the mount olive pickle company is located President Trump tells Fox News that he's ready and willing to negotiate an end to the partial government shutdown, but he won't give up his fight for border wall. Funding House Democrats have prepared to bills aimed at ending the partial government shutdown with plans to vote on them Thursday. The first bell would include yearlong funding for all government agencies currently closed except the department of homeland security the second Bill will be to reopened and fun DHS, but only on a short term basis until February eighth democratic sources say the thinking is to isolate the problem in not keep the government closed over immigration. The move will quickly challenge. The Senate in the White House to act Katherine Faulders ABC news, Washington, one of the largest federal workforce unions has filed suit against the government over the shutdown protesting the requirement that essential employees must work without pay. Colorado men's officially been charged with murder and solicitation to commit murder in the death of missing mom, Kelsey Barra. Charging documents alleged Patrick frizty trying to find someone to kill their three times between September and November. You're listening to ABC news now more of our top stories on NewsRadio K F B K A man, accused of gunning down a California police officers set to be arraigned on Wednesday Gustavo Ariaca was tracked down near Bakersfield on Friday. He allegedly shot and killed Newman. Police corporal raniall sing during a traffic. Stop last week. Investigators also alleged that are yoga had help in trying to avoid capture and flee to Mexico, California. Authorities have captured an inmate who walked away from the San Quentin state prison and was sought for nearly four days. Corrections officials say they took twenty one year old shallow Mendoza into custody at a fast food restaurant in Postle Robles on Saturday without incident, he suspected of stealing a car after fleeing a minimum security work assignment outside prison walls, Republican congressman Devin Nunes. Says is criticizing California's sanctuary state laws. He says following the death of the Newman police officer run he'll sing and the shootings until Larry county that catch and release policies are just hurting public safety. I have a lot of friends that live in Newman. And so know that force was only I think there's only twelve officers. And so this is really a tragedy for the valley. Here the big San Joaquin valley, which is the region. Authorities say the man who allegedly shot and killed officer sing last week was in the country illegally and had two prior DUI arrests. Another man who also was involved in some shootings until Ari county. It served time for illegally re entering the country twice in his accused of randomly shooting and killing two people there and injuring several others earlier this month media says overall we've got to come up with some sensible solutions to border security that are not being communicated to the people starting tomorrow certain animals at the pet store will get a second chance at finding forever homes. The law that takes effect at the start of the year will require pet stores to sell rescue dogs, cats and rabbits, Steve McKinnon is the law enforcement. Chief at the San Diego humane society, which is among the organization's monitoring pet retail stores to make sure they follow the new rules. Most often they're doing payment plans for these people at high interest rates, and if they missed one payment, they take the animal back. This isn't the way to have a pet in your home stores can only sell pets that come from public animal control agency or shelter SPCA shelter, or humane society shelter. It's six sixteen. I'm Joe Michaels with Steve telliano as Sacramento's news, traffic and weather continues. Here's Brian Drake with our traffic. Troublespot crews in Rancho Cordova still dealing with a two car.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Search for San Quentin escapee ends peacefully in San Luis Obispo county and Syria gives the Iraq permission to attack ISIS within its borders. Good morning. I'm Melissa Colorado. Bristow CBS news covers the world when you need to know KCBS, AM, FM and HD one San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, a radio dot com station. Nine o'clock. CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Wendy Gillette the new year begins Tuesday, but it will bring the same old stalemate on the partial government shutdown. The impasse is all about border security counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway said on FOX it's up to Democrats to reach a deal. The Democrats have to come back. Nancy Pelosi needs to come back from Hawaii less whole lot more moolah for the DHS cousins border patrol funding, our border security, Democrats, including New York Representative Hakeem Jeffries said they're not opposed to certain improvements at the border, or we're certainly prepared to provide additional funding for enhanced fencing technology drones satellites lighting sensors cellphone towers, and the things that the experts have clearly indicated would improve our border security Jeffrey spoke on ABC homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen and Texas democratic congresswoman. Sheila jackson-lee both visited border patrol facilities yesterday in the wake of the deaths of two immigrant children in US custody. Jackson-lee says a congressional investigation is needed. I'll committee on judiciary will be immediately investigating the issue dealing with both children having lost their life. The children. We're both from Guatemala Syria's. News agency reports President Bush our Assad has authorized Iraqi forces to attack ISIS groups in Syria without waiting for permission. The development comes in the wake of President Trump ordering the redraw of US troops from Syria. CBS news military consultant retired army major Mike lions on what the agreement between Syria and Iraq means ISIS creates a threat for both Syria and Iraq, and I don't think either government wants to see them be reestablished inside of the Syrian border. An inmate who escaped from San Quentin state prison in California has been captured. CBS news. Correspondent Jim Taylor has more you walked away from San Quentin state prison in California nearly four days ago. Now, the inmate manhunt there is over police catching up with shallow Mendoza at a Taco Bell in puzzle. Robles that's more than two hundred miles south of San Quentin witness. Christopher noise says he was dressed in civilian clothing eating when he was approached by undercover officers gang task force..

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Thousand eighteen locked in a bitter battle over legislation sought by victims of child sex abuse, Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo reports child sex abuse victims are demanding legislation that would essentially expanded the statute of limitations retroactively. So that lawsuits can be filed. The state Senate has been cool to the idea and ultimately lawmakers to your session ended without a resolution. Attorney general Jeff Shapiro accused of bowing to pressure from insurance companies in the Catholic church stood with the powerful institutions over the people of Pennsylvania at the center of the storm of criticism was the top ranking state Senator Republican Joe scar naughty I wanted to find middle ground. And I wanted to negotiate in good faith. Unfortunately, no one else during the past weeks and months decided to move negotiate. The battle is expected to resume in the new year in Harrisburg, Tony Romeo. KYW NewsRadio eleven four. Forty eight a North Carolina church. Congregation has given its pastor. The gift of sight. Members of the love wins community church at Raleigh North Carolina raised four thousand dollars for a special visual device that allows pastor Robert Parish to see I can raise people expectations of themselves as I have them. And as I'm hip bothers glaucoma has left perish legally blind. But he now preaches from a non braille bible, thanks to a special new glasses. Jim chrysalis CBS news, Raleigh, North Carolina. A father and his son worked together to turn rusty old cars in a magnificent looking ones at a junk yard and Maryland a business is the subject of a television program called junkyard empire. It's for the show that father and son have very different ideas about how to run the business. Bobby Cohen opened the junkyard fifty years ago and still spends every morning there. He and Andy have expanded into fixing up old cars, but they don't always. Agree on how to make money doing. So so we got a wondering cab that was getting thrown away. And that was my father's project. And that was one I did not want him to do did basically the opposite of everything I told them, and I think he just did it just to make me mad because he dumped a ton of money into this car in the end, it wouldn't run after five seasons and sixty episodes, the television show has become popular all over the world, my father, and I band or very well back and forth. And I think that's what people white they can relate to it. I'm Christopher crews and escaped inmate is back in custody. He walked away from San Quentin state prison in California nearly four days ago. Now, the inmate manhunt there is over police catching up with shallow Mendoza at a Taco Bell in Paso Robles. That's more than two hundred miles south of San Quentin witness. Christopher noise says he was dressed in civilian clothing eating when he was approached by undercover officers gang task force.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"NBC News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett. President Trump is putting a freeze on pay for federal civilian workers in the new year. The president signed an executive order Friday cancelling any pay increases for non military personnel. Federal employees could still get a raise of congress passes it and the president signs off on it. A two year old boy whose mother fought against President Trump's travel ban has died. His father Ali Hassan hopes that some good could come out of his son's death. Son did not die in vain struggle. Policy will be changed and families would be reunited Abdul Hassan suffered from a rare brain disease and was receiving treatment in San Francisco. His mother shaimaa swallow was denied a visa to come to the US for more than a year because she's from Yemen a country on the travel ban list. She was granted a visa December eighteenth spending only nine days with her baby before he died on Friday and escaped inmate from northern California's San Quentin state prison might have been headed towards southern California has been captured Ken Jeffries reports. Twenty one year old shallow Mendoza was convicted last year in Los Angeles County carjacking case, he broke out of San Quentin Wednesday and on Friday officials said they believe he was headed back toward the Los Angeles area. He was arrested Saturday at a taco shop in the city of Pasa Robles, two hundred miles south of the maximum security lockup, Ken, Jeffries, NBC, News Radio seven people are being treated after. A jet bridge partially collapsed Saturday night at Baltimore, Washington international airport. Michelle European was on the flight when the jet way collapsed. Traumatic.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"From San Quentin state prison earlier this week is now backing custody. KCBS reporter Keith men Coney says Shalom Mendoza was arrested peacefully in San Luis Obispo county following a nearly three day manhunt. This all started Wednesday evening when shallow Mendoza escape from San Quentin state prison. Shortly thereafter, he allegedly carjacked a woman in a Home Depot parking lot in the San Rafael area and reportedly travelled south in the hopes of reaching Los Angeles. He managed to stay off the radar Thursday. But on Friday was bonded in a central coast town of San Miguel when he purchased clothes at a dollar store later that day the car that he stole was found on the shoulder of US went went south just north of Paso, ROY. Mobile's about eleven miles down the road. And from there. He did not make it far. He responded Saturday afternoon by an unidentified civilian at a Taco Bell in Paso Robles that civilian contacted authorities and later officials with the California Department of corrections arrived on scene and took Mendoza into custody without incident. Now officials say Mendoza has been transported to Salinas valley state prison to await possible prosecution for the escape and carjacking Keith Makoni KCBS the arrest of an undocumented immigrant in the killing of Newman. Police corporal Ronald thing has reignited the debate over California's sanctuary law KCBS general lane talked with a co author of the legislation that took effect this year after California's so called sanctuary law to the fact staus lost county sheriff Adam christianson sat alongside President Trump in opposition to it then on Friday at a news conference announcing the arrest of suspect in the killing of Newman. Police corp. Raniall sing Christiansen said the last thing in the world. I wanna do is politicize the death of officers saying, but let's go back to Ron an emigrant immigrated here lawfully and legally to pursue his American dream. He achieved that goal and his dream was taken from him. San Francisco Senator Scott Weiner says he shares in the heartbreak over sings killing but disagrees with the suggestion that it could have been prevented if not for the sanctuary law. He co-authored, but reality is. Are you able to deport people? They can do it on their own. And they do it all the time. And so it's not in my view of good argument to say, well, we have to turn the local police into an arm of ice in order to do its job. The suspects prior arrests on suspicion of DUI occurred in twenty eleven and twenty fourteen lane. KCBS police in Fremont are asking for the public's help in trying to find a missing sixty nine year old man, who's considered at risk, Gerald..

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Stool five at the bay area's new station. KCBS fear and sunny, highs in the fifties. Mostly good afternoon. I'm Scott Matiri. And here's what's happening this Saturday afternoon. We'll we've received confirmation that the man who escaped from San Quentin state prison has been taken into custody. KCBS is Keith men Kony is live with us and says shallow Mendoza was caught at a Taco Bell in Pasa Robles keys. We'll Scott we're still waiting for more information to emerge. But what we have so far is an account from a witness that comes from NBC affiliate K SBY, according to that account. Mendoza was eating by himself at the Taco Bell on they say, he appears to be very calm. The witness was able to recognize Mendoza because of the tattoo above his eyebrow. She then saw him apprehended at gunpoint by law enforcement officials. So that is all the information that we have on the arrests so far, but we have reached out to law enforcement officials and are waiting for more earlier today we had reported. On a Friday afternoon sighting of Mendoza or a witness reportedly saw him at a dollar store in the city of San Miguel in San Luis Obispo. Mendoza was serving a five-year prison sentence for charges related to a carjacking. December of last year. He of course, escaped San Quentin on Wednesday. We will update our listeners with the latest as soon as it's available reporting live, keep Makoni KCBS. Thanks, keith. More than a thousand people gathered in the central valley town of Newman last night to remember corporal Ranil saying he was the police officer shot during a traffic stop on the day after Christmas KCBS as making goals. We reports last night's emotional candlelight vigil things brother, uncle.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Family and. I know that this is a very resilient police department. Even though it may be small I know that they can they can come back from this and even stronger thinks fairly stood in the front row. Many of them sobbing his wife holding his infant son in one of Singh's coworkers holding the leash of his canine Sam in Newman. Megan gold, speak KCBS last night's vigil in Newman came several hours after authorities announced a break in the case of the killing of officers sing police arrested thirty two year old Gustavo Arriaga in Bakersfield earlier yesterday. Kern county sheriff Donnie Youngblood said says the suspect had ties to gangs had two prior drunk driving arrests and was in the country illegally someone that we believe. Engage a police officer with a firemen took his life is immigration status is secondary. However, it's extremely important that we that we get in confirm with a person had a right to be in this country. Authorities also arrested several of August. Relatives and friends who are accused of lying to thirties and helping Arriaga elude police for two days the woman who was carjacked by an escaped inmate from San Quentin prison is now speaking out about that experience dang win tilling KPI x five when she saw a photo of shallow Mendoza. She knew immediately that he was the man who had stolen her car in the parking lot of Home Depot in San Rafael. Oh my God. That's a dangerous. Win says Mendoza ordered her to hand him the keys and then told her he had a gun she quickly grabbed her phone out of the front seat asked him. Also, she could retrieve her dog from the backseat and does van reportedly let her take the dog before driving off in a hurry. And Mendoza remains on the run just ahead on KCBS. I'm general lane. San Francisco police and the CHP gear up for New Year's we encourage you to behave yourself and have a good time. Sounds like the typical Peter Scofield behavior the good behavior. Right. You're the good guy. But I am having a good time and Peter has the traffic.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And that KCBS bay area weather forecast could be bad. We get some more sunshine in the forecast. It'll come up later today. Overnight temperatures are bit chilly there in the mid thirties in the outlying areas forties around the bay. And the daytime highs will be in the mid to upper fifties, but pretty darn nice. And let's check the current temperatures right now thirty six in Santa Rosa, we have thirty eight in Napa Oakland at forty five Hayward at forty-three, San Jose, forty one and in downtown San Francisco, fifty degrees, traffic and weather together on the eight and all news one six nine and AM seven forty. KCBS KCBS news time now is three ten the sheriff leading the investigation into the shooting death of officer Ron sing took the aim at so-called sanctuary laws that limit cooperation with US immigration. Authorities. KCBS Kim foster joins us with that part of the coverage Stanislas county sheriff Adam christianson telling reporters that the suspect was in the country illegally. And that if he had been deported for previous DUI arrests, corporal Ronald sing would still be alive. The last thing in the world. I wanna do is politicize the death of officer sing, but let's go back to Ron an emigrant immigrated here lawfully and legally just an hour later. Kern county sheriff Donnie Youngblood held a press conference on Ariana's arrest and was asked about the state's current sanctuary laws when you tie our hands and don't allow us to work with their federal partners and communicate with our federal partners about people that commit crimes who are in this country illegally. We're going to have incidents like this former. State Senator Kevin de Leon who wrote many of the sanctuary laws says they are meant to protect longstanding immigrants who are not criminals. There's a long list of more than eight hundred crimes that are eligible for local sheriff's those in charge of our county jails at the fifty eight counties in California to collaborate cooperate with ice agent, Kim foster KCBS a convicted killer of a fifteen year old. It's literally getting away with murder KCBS kogo says he could soon be released because of a change in state law. That's about to go into effect Twenty-three-year-old Jay Williams who was convicted of stabbing a classmate to death when he was fifteen to see what it would feel like to kill someone could soon be out on the street. That's because at twenty nine thousand nine state law bars anyone under sixteen from Maine tried as an adult no matter how evil the crime, the new laws also retroactive legal analyst, Stephen Clark says the change could have unintended consequences street gangs will use fifteen year olds as the hitman. For their organization knowing that a fifteen year old cannot be punished as an adult. So the most that that individual could spend in custody would be ten years in juvenile system. Santa Clara county prosecutor Carolyn Powell sees that as a very real possibility. We are already seeing an increased number of gangs, using younger children in order to commit their most serious crimes were having twelve year olds coming in with guns in their possessions. The resentencing requirement will also benefit AJ Gonzales convicted of sexually attacking and killing eight year old Mattie Middleton in Santa Cruz in two thousand fifteen by Colgan KCBS, the search for account convict who escaped from sanguine prison is expanding across California. Shallow Mendoza walked away from prison work crew on Wednesday night. He later carjacked a woman in the parking lot of the Home Depot in San Rafael and drove off in her vehicle. Mendoza was serving a five year sentence for carjacking in L A county and heading then Levy police on a chase. He was arrested later in the year by LAPD officials say Mendoza's should be considered armed and dangerous. KCBS.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Seven twenty the search for a convict who escaped. The San Quentin prison is expanding across California. Shallow Mendoza walked away from a prison work crew on Wednesday night. He later carjacked a woman in the parking lot of a Home Depot in San Rafael and drove off in her twenty eleven silver Toyota RAV four's SUV San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham says Mendoza should be considered armed and dangerous. They happened to see the inmate or the or the vehicle in this particular case that they immediately call nine one one keep their distance and be a good witness the license plate for that Toyota is six S T Z five zero to Mendoza was serving a five year sentence for a carjacking in LA county and leading police on a chase. He was arrested last. Year by the L A P D for workers over the age of fifty the decision to retire may not be there's a new report by propublica. And the urban institute says that more than half of US workers are forced out of their jobs before they're ready to retire which can do irreparable harm to their finances and their quality of life. Rich Johnson is an economist economist rather at the urban institute who contributed to the report he spoke with Cape KCBS anchor is Melissa call Ross and Jeff bell. Who are these workers? Are there any particular industries that are more likely to be sort of dangerous for older workers in terms of keeping their job things, we found in the study was widespread these risks? Are that's not just confined to one particular industry or one type of worker, but every older worker and economy face this risk of about a fifty percent chance probability of of losing your job before you retire? We did find the risks were. Slightly higher in manufacturing than other industries. But it's really across the board. We're talking about a big group. Here you cite in your piece, the census bureau figure of what forty million Americans age fifty or older who were working. That's right. The people fifteen older make up about a third of the workforce. So yeah, it's a big part and growing part of the workforce. And so, you know, there are protections for workers over the age of forty when they lose their jobs Howard, do these factor in and why are people over fifty were why were you able to ascertain why are people over fifty still getting pushed out, right? So you are right. There are protections in place in nineteen sixty seven congress passed the age discrimination in employment act, and it says employers can't discriminate on the basis of age an priorities protections for people over forty, but it's really hard to to to to to prove that you've been discriminated against and in two thousand nine the supreme court said, well, not only do you have to show that age was a factor. But you have to prove that it was the only factor in an older person losing his or her job. So it's become really hard to to prove age discrimination and actually increasingly hard big part of the story is you folks point out is the fact that the traditional pinch news is pretty much gone for a lot of folks in their fifties right now. That's right. And you know, ironically, I think that the the the arose and the almost elimination of the traditional pensions has actually made employers a little less likely to hire older workers because with the pension what the French did is provided a sort of orderly retirement of older, folks. So when you became eligible for your pension people, generally left, and so the pension age was sixty two people tend to leave at sixty two. And now, you don't see that as much, and so I think that's maybe one reason why employers are reluctant to hire older workers because they don't know when they're gonna leave to what have you found that workers who choose not to retire are able to do what kind of jobs are they able to get a lot of them are really physically demanding jobs. You know, one of the most common jobs for older workers or things like janitors and housekeepers healthcare is a portent part of dot for older, folks. But, but these kinds of home health aid work is also very physically demanding. So it's you know, people do sign. Jobs. But when they find them, they they they tend to pay much less. We're finding that on average. You're losing about half of your pre layoff salary when you become reemployed at older ages that was economist wrist rich Johnson with the urban institute. It's onto the money. Watch at seven twenty five till lati- continued on Wall Street stocks ended mixed the Dow Jones industrials fell seventy six points or third of a percent. The NASDAQ closed a tenth of a percent higher the S and P five hundred closed a tenth of a percent lower. It's not just federal workers who are concerned about how the government shutdown will affect their finances. Farmers are worried that aid payments from Washington could be delayed. The payments were authorized by the Trump administration after the trade war with China lowered crop prices the Federal Communications Commission looking into a nationwide internet.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Says people should twist the cork slowly and hold a towel over it to stop it from hitting anybody the new year brings new state laws that'll affect everything from criminal Justice. The criminal Justice system to the workplace kids younger than twelve will no longer face prosecution for most crimes except rape and murder and kids younger than sixteen will no longer be able to be tried as adults many businesses are going to have to start paying their workers. More than minimum wage is increasing to twelve dollars an hour for larger companies and eleven and our for smaller ones public companies based in cal-. We'll need to have at least one woman on the board of directors by the end of next year and starting January first people will be able to apply for a non binary driver license from the DMV. Claudia pets cuta KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Police all over California are looking for the L A convict who escaped from San Quentin prison. Shallow Mendoza carjacked a woman in San Rafael in a Home Depot parking lot on Wednesday night, not long after walking away from a work crew. The woman told K geo TV in the bay area. She saved her dog who was inside the SUV. He gets into the car. And then as a mom, I I wanna take my dog now, please. And then. Okay. I'm in it. Drove off in the woman's twenty eleven silver Toyota RAV four the license. Plate is six S T Z five zero to Mendoza was serving a five year sentence for carjacking in LA leading police on a chase last year. He was arrested then by the LAPD as the Congo tries to stop a major evola outbreak. The head of the World Health Organization is warning prolonged insecurity, could ease grains erase gains in Oregon in the Oregon in the region. Rather Congo's leader is blaming the Ebola outbreak for the last minute decision to borrow an estimated one million voters from Sunday's long delayed presidential election. Authorities say it would be a disaster if someone infects hundreds of people, but the move has touched.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KGO 810

"Killer in the central valley. Eleven o'clock at K G O. Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart. The Modesto bee is reporting that officers have arrested a man they believe killed Newman. Police corporal, Ron sing. And they say he's in the country illegally saying was shot to death during a traffic. Stop on the morning after Christmas officers later found the pickup truck, they say the gunman was driving. But the manhunt intensified this morning and the Stanislaus county sheriff announced a significant development that they will reveal to reporters at noon, you can hear it as it happens on K G O during the Ethan Bearman program this time next hour, again the Modesto bee reporting that officers have made an arrest and that arrest apparently occurred in Kern county, stay with K G O the other high profile search involves an escaped inmate from San Quentin. Officers have released surveillance video they say shows him carjacking. In a parking lot in the north bay. The inmate has been identified as twenty one year olds shallow. Mendoza Mendoza is believed to a walked away from the prison on Wednesday night. The video reportedly shows Mendoza carjacking the woman of her Toyota route four from a Home Depot parking lot on shoreline Parkway in San Rafael license plate on the vehicle is six S T Z five zero to Mendoza was in prison for an earlier carjacking attempt and evading arrest in Los Angeles. EDS Terry rouse reports that carjacking victim was not injured during the incident. The Oakland Raiders are reportedly in talks with the San Francisco Giants to play their last year here in the bay area at AT and T park. However, the San Francisco Examiner reports that several city officials have come out against hosting the raiders after the city of Oakland sued the raiders the team pulled an offer to rent the Coliseum next year before they're moved Vegas and twenty twenty San Francisco supervisors say they want the team to honor their commitment to play.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Seventeen on KNX the search for an L A convict who escaped prison in the bay area is expanding across California. Shallow Mendoza walked away from San Quentin prison work crew on Wednesday night. He later carjacked a woman in the parking lot of a Home Depot in San Rafael and drove off in her twenty eleven silver Toyota RAV four SUV San Rafael police sergeant Justin Graham says Mendoza should be considered armed and dangerous. If they happen to see. The inmate or the or the vehicle in this particular case that they immediately call nine one one keep their distance and be a good witness the license plate for the RAB. Four is six S T Z five zero two six S T Z five oh to Mendoza. It was serving a five year sentence for carjacking in L A county leading police on a chase. He was arrested last year by the LAPD. And of course, the reason we mentioned this license plate don't know where he is could be here in southern California. It appears that the man who killed a cop in Newman has been captured reports are coming in from central California that the fugitive was arrested sometime between last night and this morning in Bakersfield, we're expecting a news conference to happen at noon. We will have the latest information on that lake Elsinore residents who already endured breeze and brush fires and flooding. Now have a new problem to deal with a massive die off of fish. It's not a new phenomenon. According to Nicole daily assistant for the lake Elsinore city manager. The summer months when the water's warmer temperatures. And usually that will lead to algae blooms alternately choke out the oxygen in the water. However, recent flood runoff into the lake from Dover hillsides containing everything from ash to mud to fire retardant chemicals may be a contributing factor. The die off and water samples are being analyzed. We're waiting to be able to take maybe you determine what may be causing this style, while crews cruiser cleaning up thousands of dead fish each day..

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KGO 810

"Believe that a cop killer in the central valley is still in Stanislas county nine thirty at K G O eight ten good morning. I'm Brett burkhart. Correspondent Dave Alpert reports. We have identified a suspect in this case Stanislas county sheriff Adam christianson isn't naming names. But he says they know who they're looking for and a suspect is in our country illegally. He doesn't belong here. He's a criminal. We will find him. We will arrest him. We will bring him to Justice. The suspect is wanted in Wednesday's shooting death of Newman, California. Police corporal Ronald saying gunned down during a traffic. Stop in a small town one hundred miles south east of San Francisco. He may still be in the area. I believe he is within Stanislas county. Yes. We have reason to believe he still here saying was a seven year veteran of the new one police department. Randy Richardson is the town's police chief, this is not a big department is the department of twelve this is a man. That I saw every day he worked. This is a man that I relieved miss day. So he go home and spend time with his family and his newborn child saying who is survived by his wife and five month old son is the fifty second law enforcement officer to be shot and killed in the line of duty in the United States in two thousand eighteen a thirteen percent increase over last year. According to Craig Floyd CEO of the national law enforcement officers memorial fund over the last twenty years, we have seen more officers killed in traffic related incidents than any other causes of death. So this year, the fact that firearms, we're the number one killer of cops in America. That is a change in that trend in all one hundred forty four federal state and local law enforcement officers have died on duty so far in two thousand eighteen reporting from Los Angeles. I'm Dave Alpert surveillance video has been released reportedly showing an escape San Quinton. The inmate carjacking woman in a parking lot in the north bay. The inmate has been identified as twenty one year olds shallow. Mendoza Mendoza is believed to a walked away from the prison on Wednesday night. The video reportedly shows Mendoza carjacking the woman of her Toyota RAV four from a Home Depot parking lot on shoreline Parkway in San Rafael license plate on the vehicle is six S T Z five zero to Mendoza was in prison for an earlier carjacking attempt animating arrest in Los Angeles. KGPS Terry rouse reports. The carjacking victim was not injured during the incident this time around. Jio?.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Reporter Stu Mandel, flew over the seats an auto versus pedestrian hit and run. So the the suspect split the scene after striking that person leaving that person dead here on in the roadway. Police department is interviewing witnesses, and they're also doing other things to find evidence of the person that fled the same. This accident took place near the intersection of sentinel avenue in Venice boulevard pedestrian died at the scene Costa Mesa. Police have arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting at least three developmentally disabled women. Investigators say the man knew all three victims and the alleged sexual assaults happened at their homes while he was providing massage service that he is not a licensed. Masseuse and so between twenty seventeen in two thousand eighteen he approached the victims using that as a reason and sexually assaulted these three women Roxy Fiat with Costa, Mesa PD says the man is also a rideshare driver. So detectives are worried about the fact that he was around a lot of people through his work. Our concern is that not only might he have access to vulnerable victims through that. But also his own personal network and France to investigators are asking any additional victims to come forward immediately. The man was taken into custody, but is currently out on bail Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio in northern California searching for an inmate who escaped from San Quentin state prison, and apparently put off a carjacking reporter, Tim Ryan as more the MO and the suspect description make it pretty clear that the man who simulated a weapon in a Home Depot parking lot in San Rafael is the same man who was discovered missing in a routine headcount twenty one year old shallow Mendoza was doing five. Years for an armed carjacking evading case out of LA. He fled in a woman, silver Toyota RAV four and obviously a search far and wide is underway. The carjacking victim. Fortunately, wasn't hurt. Officials believe Ben does got out through an unfinished minimum security dormitory outside the prison walls, an emotional meeting between the family of a teenage organ donor, and one of the people who received the nineteen year olds Oregon Haley's.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KGO 810

"Have identified a suspect. Although he wasn't named the suspect is in our country illegally. He doesn't belong here. He's a criminal. We will find him saying we shot and killed after pulling over the attacker as part of a DUI investigation. Saying is the fifty second law enforcement officer to be shot to death in the United States this year. That's a thirteen percent increase over two thousand seventeen a memorial fund has been set up to help his family and outgoing governor. Jerry Brown has ordered flags at the state capital to fly apps staff in his honor law enforcement at any time is asking for the public's help in finding the attacker a San Quentin state prison escapee suspected in a carjacking apparently walked away from work assignment outside prison walls. 21-year-olds shallow. Mendoza was last seen at the prison before six PM last evening. San Rafael police say Mendoza's is believed to have carjacked a victim in a nearby. Home Depot parking lot about three hours later. Authorities believe he took off in a Toyota RAV four with a California license plate. They head of the food and Drug administration wants to meet with executives from top e cigarette companies to address teen. Vaping FDA? Commissioner Scott Gottlieb says vaping companies make commitments to address the issue. But it seemed to be backing away in a letter to the CEO's got says he wants to know why some of them appear to be changing course, the surgeon general issued a rare public health advisory earlier this month calling for more restrictions on vaping. In addition. The FDA has proposed restricting the sale of most flavored e cigarettes, which are popular among young people. The National Institute on drug abuse recently released data showing that the number of high school seniors who say they used an e cigarette within the last thirty days spiked by seventy five percent since last year. Linda Kenyon, Washington. San Francisco physician has warning for people who take a lot of self as Dr Levi Harrison says so-called selfie risks is a actual thing. It's a form of carpal tunnel.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"And we talked and strike. Police say the husband has been cooperative and one investigator confirmed that he works for the city of Los Angeles in valley Glen, John Baird, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio sheriff in California's central valley says they've identified the man they believe shot and killed a police officer yesterday, he's a man of the US illegally. They're not releasing his name. He's still on the loose Stanislas county sheriff Adam christianson told reporters that corporal Ronald sing from the new Paul Newman. Police department was shot and killed yesterday. During a DUI traffic, stop we will relentlessly continue to hunt are suspect down and bring him to Justice. So that as the chief said we can bring closure. To this community and this police department a death of the death of seeing is a huge loss for the tiny Newman police department, which has just twelve members. Authorities in northern California are searching for an inmate who escaped from San Quentin state prison overnight and apparently pulled off a carjacking as well. KCBS? Reporter Tim Ryan has details the MO and the suspect description make it pretty clear that the man who simulated a weapon in a Home Depot parking lot in San Rafael is the same man who was discovered missing in a routine headcount twenty one year old shallow Mendoza was doing five years for an armed carjacking evading case out of LA. He fled in a woman, silver Toyota RAV four and obviously a search foreign wide is underway. The carjacking victim. Fortunately, wasn't hurt. Officials. Believe Mendoza got out through it. Unfenced minimum security dormitory outside the prison walls. Los Angeles woman has pleaded no contest to felony elder abuse for beating a ninety. One year old man with a brick five months ago. Prosecutors say the attack appeared to be unprovoked the man suffered several broken bones, including a shattered jaw and broken. Ribs. A gofundme page set up by his family has raised more than three hundred twenty seven dollars coming up here on KNX. We'll check on the freeways that awful incident on Pacific Coast Highway, which has a lot of traffic all jammed up. So if you're out of town, especially you wanna go see Pacific Coast Highway out through the Palisades, don't do it. We'll tell you more coming up in just a moment as well. As take a look at your.

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"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"shallow mendoza" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Seven forty KCBS. It's seven ten it appears at a carjacking outside a Home Depot. In San Rafael last night is related to win escape from San Quentin prison KCBS reporter, Tim Ryan joins us live from the east gate of the prison with more on the search stem. Good morning. The MO and the suspect description make it pretty clear that the man who simulated a weapon in a Home Depot parking lot about a mile from here around nine fifteen last night is the same man who was discovered missing in a routine headcount twenty minutes later, twenty one year old shallow Mendoza was doing five years for an armed carjacking evading case out of Elway. He fled in a woman, silver Toyota RAV four and obviously a search far and wide is underway. Now. Fortunately, that carjacking victim from last night was not hurt a guard here at the Eastgate checks inside of everyone's car trunk as they leave. But that appears routine not necessarily a result of the escape last night. A Marin county sheriff's sergeant tells KCBS he can't recall a prison break in his eleven years on the force in San Quentin says historically ninety nine percent of all day prison breaks and with an apprehension the question. On my mind is morning news. What does this do to pay for his next tank of gas or his next meal? Lot about side Saint Quentin Tim Ryan, thanks tennis at the only manhunt underway in California this morning. Authorities still looking for the suspect who shot and killed a policeman during a traffic stop in the small town of Newman in Stanislaus county. Authorities in the sheriff's department is standard story county say police agencies up and down the state had been alerted. They're looking the pickup truck in which the suspect was last seen has been found. He wasn't in thirty say surveillance photos taken at a convenience store shortly before the killing show the suspect he's a heavy Hispanic man with close cropped dark hair wearing a heavy chain necklace. We have that photo on line at KCBS radio dot com. The dead officer's rodale Singh of Fiji native who had joined the small Newman police for seven years ago survived by his wife.

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