10 Burst results for "Sheriff Davis"

"sheriff davis" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

03:38 min | 4 months ago

"sheriff davis" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"Given you as a talent. Hey everybody worked on the show. Today we have. Sheriff davis hunt here and she is with bishops date. But she's so much more. Hey i'm karen. I'm a former. Cpa entrepreneur business consultant with big ideas. Welcome to tears to business. Jericho davis hunt. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to be here. So we met when we were looking to change up our scholarship program. It was mobile. Rotary here in town exactly. Well we met actually before that we did at the chamber. At that time. I was with united way. Oh my goodness yes okay. Yes and so. The west rotary club did come to speak to the bishops state foundation about establishing scholarships for our students. Okay now suzanne banks who is in rotary with me when we were talking about it she said. Hey i've got some dealings with bishop. She said this is who you need to call. And boy you welcomed us right in. Oh yes That's what we want With the foundation. I would say that. We are in a restructuring moat and so really being inclusive to our community stakeholders and industry partners and advocating for our students in that they need academic assistance and as well as other emergency situation assistance. We are a community. college Our tuition is very low compared to your university so for twelve credit hours which is considered a full time student is under two thousand dollars. That's amazing but even some people they can't afford that exactly. And that's why those scholarships are very helpful Sometimes people feel that. I'm not giving enough. And so they won't step up to give but you know anything helps Have individuals who give two hundred and fifty dollars towards books are five hundred dollars Are two thousand dollars for a scholarships and the students are very thankful. And i think it really hit me when i call it a student and i said you are warded ship and she just started praising jesus on the phone and crying and i said well wait you know. The scholarship is for charging fifty dollars for books. And she said. I don't care what it is like. I am just so grateful and that's when it really hit home to me that what we're doing is impactful to our students and the community. You know when you and i were first talking about what we were gonna do. Something hit home because you know my dad was a fireman. Offering on parkway monday was farm and so didn't have much money. We didn't have any air conditioning. Most times we have heat. And when i went to go to college. Hey hey made would a little bit over. What qualified as a pell grant yet so i had to do student loan We didn't have any money. So when you and i were talking. That was the dilemma a lot. S so a lot of people qualify for the pilgrims. Yes a lot of our students qualifying for the pale grant. And so a lot of our students do not qualify for payroll grants Or they've attended school before and so they're looking to come back to college to revamp their lives or provide a better life for their families and so they have exceeded their pell grant funding and so with the foundation. We exist to relief. Step in to fill those gaps for those students who do not qualify for pell grant who may have had some things that happen in their lives..

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"sheriff davis" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:56 min | 6 months ago

"sheriff davis" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Time I get elected next November, PG will be term limited. So even if Doesn't resign. I think it's going to be very awkward during this this upcoming year. On Di, I agree with Mayoral candidate, David Man who says we need to be auditing and looking at all of these deals going back and Vice Mayor Smitherman and said the same thing. We need to be going back and looking at these deals to make sure that nothing the various was going on which probably which, most likely did because, you know, unlike you, David man, even though he's a Democrat. And a liberal. I have respect for David man, even though he's a Democrat. I have respect for him, and I have respect for Kerney, even though she's a Democrat. I respect her. I have no respect for those three that have been indicted criminally and otherwise because they were bought and paid for, But you can be a Democrat and do things that are good. It's possible and look at David Mann and Kerney. I mean, they're doing good things and you may serve on council. With at least one of them. I would assume, but the new council is going to be newbies. I mean, I mean, you have might have three. I don't know how many new members there might be on council, and it's gonna be dominated, hopefully, by the philosophies of Kevin Flynn and not by the philosophies, mpg Sittenfeld. And if that would happen, it'll be a good turn. But Kevin Flynn, we're going to have you on often. No more streetcar questions for May. It is over with. We got to move on to other stuff. It is. What happened is happened. We got to move on. But congratulations and thank you. I assume you're gonna win because of counsel. If the citizens of Cincinnati do not vote for someone like you, things are worse than I thought. Because the characters the personalities may change. But the electorate doesn't And if the electorate in the city doesn't look at you and say, put him on council, we got bigger problems than I thought, And we got it. We got to focus on the basics. Keeping the cops on the street keeping our firefighters. They're not browning out Firehouses. And keep in our garbage picked up in our in our streets. There's the holes in the streets. Fill way do that. We're doing a good thing for the city. Everything else is extra, telling the fact of the basic Kevin Flynn of someone says, Meet me in a hotel room and in Columbus. Or someone drops the bag bags of cash on your desk. I know what you're going to do. And we need council members out at an original bedrock level that aren't button paid for at a minimum. You won't be the subject of a bribe, and if it does happen, you're next called me to the FBI bill. I'll just go next door to where you're where you're broadcasting from, and I'll talk to those those agents and You know their motto Fidelity bravery, integrity that should be. Everybody's Miles doesn't apply to city Council like not even close. But Kevin, Congratulations. Please. Please, Please go through with this thing and please get back to counsel, please. Thank you, Bill. I plan on it. Kevin Flynn. You're a great American. Thank you. Let's continue with more coming up. Next is Austin Lip. Puma Austin, Lil Puma. He's a personal injury attorney. That gained of almost a $4 million settlement from Shaker Run Golf course on a golf cart incident. I've read I've heard in the background among the country club set that Sheriff Davis, a proud member of there was some incident at Shaker Run. And we're going to have on the lawyer next to gain for a person. A 65 year old truck driver, almost $4 million Interesting story. Stay tuned for that. Next on news radio 700 wlw. Let the whooping begin. One hand power slash John Brennan's bear cats kicked off their season against lips comes biceps to catch.

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"sheriff davis" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

08:24 min | 7 months ago

"sheriff davis" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"We're blessed to live an interesting time coming up after one. Oh five today is Charmaine mccovey the woman who would be the sheriff. She was elected Defeated bruce hofbauer. And she's gonna come on about one. Oh six one zero seven pm today to talk about the sheriff's department until then it's you and me worked the phones talk to people in the trump campaign talk to one of trump's attorneys and the fight continues. I can freely report to you now that there's nothing that's going to happen and the next few days that will do anything but inspire the president to keep hope alive and it should be kept hope alive. It should continue. You may recall for those who can twenty some years ago that the media kept telling al gore appeal again appeal again fight even when the supreme court ruled five to four that it had to stop. We're now december. The tenth the inaugural is what six weeks away. And that's the every chance was according to the gore campaign at palm beach county with a butterfly ballots and they could not demonstrate whatsoever that there was some constitutional deprivation. The media kept saying the file. Go back to the florida supreme court. So if it's a democrat the media pumps them up. Keep going if it's a republican. What they want. They want trump to concede sometime today. Tamar sunday guess what it's not gonna happen and for those who want to dump on the trump that is disgusting. Think of what this president has done for us by us. I mean the american people but specifically the republican party and later on. We're gonna talk about some other issues about voter fraud in pennsylvania and we have some good theories on that but until then just a few weeks ago it was impossible for the republicans to win the united states. Senate you may recall. They faced the difficult map. The gop controlled fifty three to forty seven but twenty-three of the thirty five seats were up for grabs for republican seats. It was thought at that. Point that democratic senate nominee james harrison and south carolina would beat lindsey graham. He was gone and it was so stupid. That mcgrath mainly it was chuck schumer. Spent one hundred million dollars to defeat mitch mcconnell. None of it happened. So in addition to graham and mcconnell republicans cory gardner did lose. As did martha mcsally but susan collins. One joni ernst iowa one. Dan sullivan of alaska is about to win. Steve daines of montana. One thom tillis of north carolina about to win and then the two republicans in georgia both will win january. The fifth david perdue and kelly laughlin which means the republicans are going to have fifty two seats to block everything that the green new deal and opening up the southern port. All that stuff. We taken care of by the republic. There's one person that was responsible for what happened. The united states senate with all due respect. It wasn't mitch mcconnell. It was donald. John trump save the senate and stopped socialism from coming into america. One person the trumpster in the house of representatives. The smart money said that the democrats would attend to fifteen more seats in reality. They're going to lose ten to fifteen more seats and the republicans are on the cusp of seizing power again in the house of representatives because a one man now one man is donald john trump. So he's responsible for the senate and is responsible for the house. Plus can i talk about the federal court system for a moment who appointed the best judges the most conservative and the past fifty years. Donald j trump amy conybeare. That was brilliant. Unbelievable we have a six seat majority. In the united states supreme court and in the senate because of president trump. That's it and this factoid was i. i don't think those have looked at it. Can't find it in this cycle of twenty twenty. This is so twenty twenty first time in anyone's memory that not one republican incumbent and the congress lost lost his or her seat not won. Why donald john trump president trump save the house. He saved the senate and he saved the united states supreme court. Can anyone disagree with that. He's the reason we're sitting here at all. It was going to be a blue wave instead of a red soon. Nami everyone said and the experts hell one. Abc news poll had him losing wisconsin by seventeen points he lost it supposedly by one and yes there's fraud. There's waste everywhere and the electoral system especially in blue cities in blue states. Even in a blue city like cincinnati hamilton county board of elections runs like a smooth ship because the republicans and columbus control. What happens away of four or five good people say short break when allied becomes available. We're going to talk to jim. And steve and elmer and many others could be elmer henseler. I'm not sure any questions you have in the great american call in and about thirty. Five minutes charmaine mcafee will be here to talk about. What's the direction of the sheriff's department. Bill counting undergrad american. Live at your home of donald. John trump news radio seven hundred w auto view credit cunningham. The great american at the lunch mcafee will be here one. Oh seven today. Four media interview relative to success on tuesday against jim. Neal cuts one. Oh seven and elmer. On a cellphone inhering dayton three lines open seven four nine seven thousand but permitted to say a few words about though. What's happening. Let's you and i talk about under votes. I know that's a term that sheriff davis familiar wet. Bom explain what what an under vote is and By the way Vice president biden will address the nation. Tonight i'm sure claimed victory. There's been an allegation by some that. There was massive fraud and pennsylvania especially philadelphia which i certainly would find that to be not shocking because whether it's detroit or atlanta or philadelphia there's chicago. There's always massive fraud happening. In elections and black folks living in those cities well intended continually vote democratic against their own self interest but that is changing slowly but not fast enough for this president so and order for pennsylvania to be stolen as many big city. Elections are stolen. They'd have to be maybe as many as fifty to sixty or seventy thousand votes that night by campaign. I'm sorry. Poll workers inside the philadelphia board of elections. And is that possible. Anything is possible. Almost anything is possible. Did it happen. I have the objective evidence whether it did or did not happen and here. It is a lot of the times a voter you and i under vote. I don't under- vote in other words. I vote for every issue. All the way down the ballot. Especially if. I'm at home voting. If i got my ballot at home it's in my possession. I'm looking at it. I spent a little bit time on it. And then i put it in their proper envelope inside the other envelope and then i'd drive it to the board of elections so no point has the ballot left my possession. Once it is executed is mine. It's almost like having cash and sending through the mail. It's kinda stupid to send cash through the mail. It's kinda stupid to put your ballot in the mail. Because i don't know if it's two percent or five percent whatever you put in the mail two to five percent never gets delivered it gets lost or whatever i would never put cash in the mail normal ballot in the mail.

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"sheriff davis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff davis" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Crozier from the 24 hour news room, The County Board of Supervisors has voted to shut down the men's central jail within a year. The vote was four to nothing with Mark Ridley Thomas abstaining. Board chair Katherine Barker says she supports exploring alternatives to mass incarceration, but it doesn't necessarily support the full closure of the jail, Sheriff. Davis is it's horrible idea to close the facility. This is the only facility that houses high security inmates in single men's cells in a way this is spreading out high level and violent criminals within Mohr, medium and low security jails in the county is a recipe for disaster. The motion was written by Hilda Solis Soly says it's time to start programs that rehabilitate and educate and offer more mental health treatment. California Attorney General Javier But Sara's joined attorneys general from half a dozen states to sue the Department of Education over federal aid in response to the pandemic, Trump administration is creating a process. It could unlawfully take tens of millions of dollars away from low income public schools. He and other Democrats accused Education Secretary Betsy DeVos of trying to take the money by allowing aid to go to private schools that charge tuition. The federal relief package provides more than 13 billion in aid to K through 12 schools nationwide. About a 1,000,000,000 1/2 goes to public schools in California. President Trump says he's going to push to make sure campuses reopened for the next school year. He says governor should not keep school shut down for political reasons. Trump spoken around table at the White House that included Rinse. This mom from Georgia says elementary school students cannot learn effectively in front of a computer screen. And it's worse for middle schoolers, the last place in the world. A middle school student needs to be his online unsupervised by adults. They bully each other when they're in front of teachers. You can't even imagine what's going on with social media right now. Vice President Pence's kids We're falling behind emotionally as well as educationally, The former middle school teacher in Washington state who became known for having a romantic relationship with a 12 year old student, has died from Stage four cancer. Mary Kay Letourneau was sentenced to more than seven years in prison for child rape after having two Children with a student before he turned 15. The couple married in 2005 but officially separated last.

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"sheriff davis" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"sheriff davis" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Slash long threaten dot com slash long for another thirty percent off terms apply again meet again about how he got kicked out a New Zealand okay. I didn't get kicked Yogi yeah. It sounds so dramatic. I didn't get kicked out but I did. Yogi Berra I was walking. It was along suit. There were days six months. Yeah and there were days most days. I only said you so you know sure but I I went to this concert like the producer invited me to. Oh God I wanna say the Queens of the Stone Age yeah okay so that's not necessarily my jam but I left early had to get to bed sure you need to. Yo Yo to do your faces. I I was walking back and this should not be important detail but I feel like the societal pressure to make this a detail that I was wearing jeans a t short and a backpack and this car drives by and they they these dudes yell out like show is your tits but New Zealand accent she was utd so you know and then and I was like oh no I felt a little random and then another car drove by and and said something like they're like we wanna fuck your pussy years. It felt like that but I could handle it anyway. I recounted this story because it was only when I a had on the George Lopez show this very short-lived George Lopez show and then I got a letter from the Minister of Tourism what of New Zealand that I was no longer welcome what's in there then it became sole thing. I had a college like if you will a bunch of feminists this New Zealand. Feminists stood up for me. You're right like New Zealand. DUDES are dicks and I'm like I don't know what I I don't even know there. Willie's New Zealand they have no perspective on this and then Oh my God it became public knowledge in then. I wrote a letter to the the new Auckland Times whatever pain like I am very you like. I Apologize Amazing. It was so silly well. They felt like you had slandered the entire country yeah oh my but at the very end that letter that I wrote the paper and to the minister of Tourism I said ps we have a lot of Ding dongs here in America as well. You love that it. It was like word more than I do is going great. We're PS gentle. Yes yeah it says a lot and their degrees of darkness yeah well. It feels like fucking Ding Dong Ding Dong should've said PS two whoever to those dogs who did yell at me. I will not show. Oh you might you know I I would have been willing. I mean no but it's not like that kind of thing hadn't happened to be. It's funny if they just knew that if they had slowdown if they hadn't sped away you see might right all the time not only you in America. Oh my God the world if they're not saying it explicitly Aachen seed on their faces they all not it's my board and they want to see my dean down insulate no anyway so so I had to make up but I can go back. They allow the then you had a nice correspond gas well no but a couple years ago they did. Air New Zealand of safety flight. Oh it's water under the bridge. Have you ever done an Australian accent for now. I have and they always say the same thing. Whenever I attempt team Moyle Stri lakes in that's good I think on Nari Nari Neu- you won't from Becky what's Becky Becky Becky o'brady. They say they say Brady could do if if what you're saying from key of Jefferson folklore traffic on foot now thankfully newly batum. That's perfect typical egg white on who took effect. Have you been to Australia silkier this thing where I I feel I WANNA do the accent back as I'm hearing it. I WanNa do not great you. You are such a rare performer. You're such an and not because you have a very expressive face. You're doing it now. It's it ended up. I didn't see and I couldn't I didn't know I think if I saw a snippet of your work. I would think Whoa I your your hamming it up but I but in the context of your performances it's grounded. You still remain grounded so I never see. It's a very rare combination. I feel the same way about you know it. It's like that that comedic like that thing of like how earnest we are but also the idea of I don't know the honesty honesty attempt of honesty I guess yeah. Do you know what I'm comedic. It's almost like Gilda radner or Goldie dehaan or ball. These women Kristen Wig these women who are I would put you in in that category and the thing you all have in common is fuck doc them all wow Geez. Is it up. It's a new sheriff. Davis you have Bette Davis is that that'd be a good song. I wrote it. Oh did you know it just. I don't mean to deflect I know I know. It's hard for you to accomplish. It's as you would have did it earlier in the P. Cast you are paying me a compliment and I. It's funny faces. I just want to say one more thing about that about. You're talking about it earlier. Jaw Acting I remember when Ben your ex husband came and yeah I don't think I have I always liked to Martini cigarette gesture s in Hollywood California and then getting the to compete with my first second host board Laura Child.

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"sheriff davis" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"sheriff davis" Discussed on True Crime Garage

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You're going to hear his parents discussing how he went missing and what they hope they can find in their search for him. This is from east Idaho. News dot com. Take us back. Was it Friday? I'm not sure what date is today. Friday Friday about. Two to twenty six when I was two twenty six to thirty six tonight called to thirty six is when she called, I was in the truck hauling down the road trying service because I didn't think one bar we'll get it. So she got very, very lucky. I was blessed. She was able to get service 'cause I did, I didn't wanna try and risk getting halfway through my talking to nine one one and have it cut off. So I went down to where I knew I get all service about a half mile down the road. We searched for. After about twenty minutes and dead panic not knowing where he was in such a small area and not knowing never being there. I knew I was in trouble. So we decided to call rescue. And that's when I drove down. She tried getting a signal out. Soon as I got a hold of them. They told me that she was on the other line with them. They had our location. They were on our way. They. They were amazing. They are amazing. And they still continue to be Lima high county sheriff, and salmon search and rescue, you could not ask for a better group of people volunteers, and search and rescue, and just everybody you couldn't ask for better people so sincere so concerned and they were. Everybody was so emotionally attached to this. As anybody would be a two year old. He's pretty small for his age. But he he moves pretty good. And that was our concern. He was right with us of where it's at is. I mean, I thought it would be perfect to go camping there because it's enclosed by walls of mountains. And there's not much space around that he could go. And our biggest concern was the creek, which was need knee-deep few feet wide. But he's a little guy. They finally yesterday that we were able to put that dressed and leave my county sheriff sheriff, Dave and the rest of the sheriffs of put out that there is they assured me, there is one hundred percent chance that he is not anywhere in that water around that water. They have torn that creek upside down out, divers, have gone through what suits. Along with the helicopter. That was the world's most advanced search and rescue helicopter, I've volunteered out of Montana, and those guys were just amazing, the accuracy, they had with the night-vision ability has and the heat range, she can see. They were the one guy. I can't remember his name. I've met so many people so many good people. But. He was his his own safety. He was he was more or less. He was strapped in and he was on the side of the helicopter looking and I, he was looking down. I remember them telling me that they asked to search rescue school look over, because there was an orange insect repellent, can they think by the Bank, and they were dead on? That's what it was. That's how accurate these guys are. Got it was it might have been like a part of. Worse or go check that out that these guys searched miles of the mile radius, they have is, is a very rocky terrain. It is very open, but it's not the helicopter that use as used to back, very deep Montana is designed for a lot worse situations in this, and there is not a trace of my son found there still isn't. But there's through the search is on. That's the hearsay things as kind of gotten way out of hand. The search is so far as been put on that has been suspended and that is not entirely sure true. Sheriff Dave of Lima high county. I spoke with him on the phone this morning. He has got horseback riders and trackers up there right now. And very very advanced professional. I'll be, I'll be going up with, and I've just come down to get any resource. I can get to go back right up back up today. What questions you guys have tell us a little bit about. I will. I know everybody's praying for you inserting friends and family. And over the bistro has as what I know keeping me together, because if we didn't have all of our family, the minute, I called my mom, and she was up there in matter of hours and same with the rest of our family. They were just up there. Those. Luckily, we a few phone calls is all it, took it first, and we had just as sheriff Davis news one hundred seventy five plus people up there in the grid searches volunteers of professionals and anybody I called the service up there is very hearsay here there, it's camping, you know. We're trying to hold up the best we can. But with we have hope is the thing hope is what keeps it going because a search is not over. Search is not done. We will find him matter what you're in the Trump suit was, I realize yours. No. We both Dan, I just said, after twenty minutes of up and down the creek and up and around the camp and he wasn't there. That's what I got my pickup truck and drove down the road, try and get some service, especially after screaming his name. We have nicknames for him. No sound of this little, boy, he's a he's a goer and a mover, but he's not. He just not go away from his parents. He does not. He's very. Very, very unusual. And we didn't hear people around us, we didn't see anybody. We have.

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"sheriff davis" Discussed on Buried Truths

Buried Truths

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"sheriff davis" Discussed on Buried Truths

"Support for berry truths comes from the National Center for civil and human rights. You can explore to new exhibits. The meaning of hope the best of the Morehouse college Martin Luther King junior collection and breaking barriers sports for change, civil and human rights dot org. This is buried truths. I'm Hank clip it on. A quick recap. The coroner's inquest is in its second day, so far we've only heard from one person who witnessed the police shooting vase e hall at L Franklin, and that's about to change another civilian witness will take the stand and he'll contradict Elway's testimony in some important ways. Burnett and Doris hopper were a young couple white couple is, you know, living in Macon newlyweds, we found that Barnett worked at a tire company and Dar's as you may remember worked at the shrimp boat restaurant. Now, it was Barnet's gun that was stolen, and it was Doris. Who said she saw the guy who stole it both will testify Barnett hopper. Takes the stand. I the attorney defending the police officers is the state legislator, Denmark, groover, a segregationist. He takes Barnett hopper back to the morning after the shooting. Now, that's when the police discovered the pistol in the grass behind the school. Don't forget now, we're using actors here. A when you first saw at that some distance. Did you make any statements to whether it looked like yours? Yes, sir. I said it looked like mine, and it did, but up-close he could see obvious differences. The main one the gun wasn't even the same brand as his eye exam and the pistol and said that it was not mine. What about the color of the barrel and cylinder? It is. All the same. Mine is black just exactly like that. One. Okay. So just imagine you're a member of the car owners jury. But if you just heard the police have miraculously found a gun that looked just like the one stolen from the hoppers car. But it wasn't the same gun where did it come from? And what are the chances? It was just lying out there near paths at school children walked on every day. Could the gun had been planted by police? Well, it's possible. Some would say likely the thinking there is that police probably felt the need to link hall to that gun to justify shooting him. But there's no way to know. Now, we turned again to David Davis the sheriff of making bib county. Now, I'm not gonna I don't have any direct knowledge of this. But back in the day. I'm sure that that kind of thing was done there's a term called Throwdown going the lower is if somebody gets in trouble, and they need to say the guy a gun the Throwdown gun, and that's the gun. He hey, sheriff Davis was careful to say that he'd never actually seen a police officer through down a gun Davis continues. And here he's talking about Barnett, hopper. So they found they gun. So that sort of supports the supposition that Mr. hall had a gun. But the problem is he gets on the stand. And they said, hey is this your gun? He's like NAMI ain't never seen that gun. What you're talking about? Howard hair. Young African American attorney representing AC hall's mother also has some serious suspicions about the gun. He and I talked about it on that day October twenty eighteen when we both went to making and sat in the same courtroom. Where the inquest had been held more careful, man. I mean, he is a lawyer. So he wouldn't come right out and say the gun was a plant asked him how important hoppers testimony regarding the gun was. I that was good testimony that it wasn't the gun. They found in the field. Why Mr. hoppers gun because I felt that excluded AC as probable burglar of the car, and my first thought was well who found a gun was found by police. And so who probably brought the gun to the scene sound police officer now I can't say that that actually happened because that would be liable on the police, but police also found a gun they found it the next day. Even though they had a search the night before and they use fashioned looking for it. They didn't find any gun, and but the next morning they do the police departments handling of the report guns. Aft was remarkable from beginning to end, I of course, officers Brown and dirt and ask the hoppers to join them and the patrol car second. Why was? Barnett hopper at the crime scene inside the crime scene. The next day looking for his gun. What kind of training did these policemen receive? Well, let's look at that. Four

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"sheriff davis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:34 min | 2 years ago

"sheriff davis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Walsh show in. I was just mentioning there that. Somebody these media outlets will sort of fan, the flames, racism and opinion, and division society. Appreciate the comments one comment saying from Patrick in theory. You did the same bias, Pat by mentioning may meta view neighborhood. You stated that at all in the Pat Walser, I did, but agree all that is is the location. It's not giving a race. It's not saying whether some was armed or not armed. It was just giving the location which would be part of a news story. The location. Now, we're talking about it. We're keeping an eye on the city council meeting, Mike agony. Joe Michaels be keeping us updated on everything there. Nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty one eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty. Skoda Dino's in Carmichael joining us tonight. Hey, dino. Good evening. Good. Thank you, Dino. Okay. Overdose past year. They protest demonstrated all over the city at different times. I also are great how much money the kings organization, David Batty protests down there still are protests and the one time down the ballpark. And then. I'm really curious about that. Also, I'd be curious to find out how many times. They actually got permits to protest. How many times they violated the see places of the permits? Are not the city is allowed. These people will go for over a year. The city. Well, I don't think I've heard anything about the kings giving any money to keep them from protesting at once. And I haven't heard anything about that. Looking into the Billy protests is a one time last year down there. So we had to come to some kind of agreement not to protest any of the kings. Well, that would certainly a very dangerous precedent that would say Dino to pay someone off the protest in front of their business. But I haven't seen anything like that. Speculation. I've got pictures of some of these agitators would average prominently displaying, the the socialist and communist party from when they were talking about one of the sheriff Davis is talk last year before the shooting even happen. Yeah. And they're the same ones out there all the time. Well it. Yeah. I don't know. Perhaps they were ready to crack down a little bit hard on me last time. There was no crackdown on that kind of let things happen. I think it was an embarrassment for the city, quite frankly that they let that happen. Maybe they were taking a harder line stance. Dino, I'm not sure. But again, I I don't really want to comment on the speculation. But I know you're probably not the only one that thinks that Dino. And I appreciate your call calling tonight. Yeah. I seen anything like that. That would be certainly a dangerous path to go down Joe in woodland. Hello. Good. Thanks. Hey, I'm a new listener. I find myself on the road quite a bit tonight. I appreciate your opinion point of view. Thank you. Appreciate you tuning in. So Mark was written Article V. A couple of days ago that the release. Fire internet searches from the day before and you had gone into domestic the with his girlfriend, and then you search commit suicide. How much would it take to drink to kill yourself and all these other searches right? Yes. Talking about that. I think the possibly be, you know, suicide by cop, and it's just bizarre. Me out. There are are legitimate issues with on arms people getting shot by police. But these s j just w they only pick the ones that are like completely convoluted. So it does create division, and it does create. You know outrage from certain groups, and it's not don't pick. They don't pick the ones that could be universally uniform. The only ones that are like graders. I just want to know if you saw that same article. You know? I did I did see it. And we did talk a little bit about that last night. Somebody call them we discussed it for a little bit there Joe about the possibility of suicide by cop, and we talked a little bit about some of those internet searches certainly in the domestic violence and such. And I do think that some of these stories are are picked by the media again going back to my point of fanning the flames, we're listening. We live at twenty four hour news cycle. Now, everyone has some content to fill and if things are not if everything is universal, and we all agree. Well that that happened. We all agree on that. It's not gonna get any airtime. But certainly if we sparked controversy, then that gives us a so many people things to talk about which I'm doing right now because I want to give people their voice Joe. But only reason I am is because it's in my community. It's in our community. So I'm trying to of course, give everyone a voice. Hundred percent agree with that the media. The mainstream media is one hundred percent in the division that's being caused by these documents groups, I I agree with that. Previous caller. Fricking commie. They're all bunch of socialist that one upset and overrule our way of life in our foundation. Anyway, they can't they don't care about stuff on Clark. They don't care about on our block people getting shot. We need to confront that. We need we need to stop. Being so polite with these fruits. I appreciate Steinberg. I I don't agree with anything. He says, but dealing with this like, how do you take like fashion Alba? The mob rules. Absolutely not. And then the first time we know we cannot give into that. Joe? You're right. And the first time in a Joe, I'm gonna I'm gonna let you go. But I appreciate your listening, and and your point of view tonight. I right. Yeah. You bet. And again, I think it goes back personally to first time we saw this out the golden one center. I mean there are people being harassed families being harassed commuters being harassed. I think it was an embarrassment for the city, and perhaps they're not going to allow that to happen again. At least I would hope they would not I don't mind protesting. It's fine. But you can't be violent, and you can't harm innocent people because you wanna protests Brian's and Sacramento. Hi, brian. Hey, how you doing good? Thanks. Yeah. Earlier comment by the lady who was on a. Announcing the news with step. So the cops didn't announce myself I've never seen a top not announced himself one and two if they had enough light to see him moving toward him. He had enough like to see their badges, and I've never seen a police officer's badge. Not glow in the dark. You know, when they tell you to stop stop, right and everybody that's protesting take responsibility for their own actions. Don't give him Clark, definitely. Toward the cops. They told me not to take let him take responsibility. He was. You know? What do you use the term dummy? But, you know, hey, you're walking towards somebody who's trained to shoot. And you know, they're not going to miss. Stop take responsibility. That go ahead. No, you go ahead finish your thought. Okay. And they just announced that the lawsuit is like for pain and suffering and stuff like that over him being shot. What I was in law school. It covered that very issue and said that unless you standing right there and witness it traumatic injury, the pain and suffering. You don't get to claim that because you weren't standing there and witnessing it just because you're there after the fact. Give you that. Right. Exactly now, you're exactly right. And I'm gonna I'm gonna let you go here. But I'm going to address a couple of things here. Number one. I think it's a shame. If this is if this is being broken down by in terms of opinion on this by race. But I don't think that it is I've I saw people of various races out of the protest last night. That'd be shame to think that it was like that. But what I'd like to hear just once at any. You know, black lives matter anyone who's out protesting anyone who is concerned about if you're concerned about black lives matter, which of course, they do all lives matter. I they just do. I would like to say someone who is leading the movement or is a big part of that movement to say listen compliance. We don't want to lose anyone else comply just comply. It will save lives. It's very important. More your calls. The KOMO NewsRadio..

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"sheriff davis" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"sheriff davis" Discussed on Cherry Avenue True Crime Podcast

"Although she refused to sign any of the multiple accounts. She gave. Also, not long after the Starks murders, you'll took Peggy to get married in Shreveport, a wife could not be compelled to testify against her husband. Here are some of the things that point to you'll not being the phantom. You will fingerprints did not match any of the latent prints at the Booker, Martin crime-scene Peggy Sweeney. Recanted. Her confession, the Texas Rangers and share of Bill Presley were not convinced that Sweeney was the phantom Sweeney denied being the phantom and never made a confession officers, including Bowie county sheriff Presley Miller county sheriff Davis Texas city chief of police Runnells their officers and both state police departments work day and night for six months trying to validate Peggy Sweeney's story of their whereabouts. They deduce that Peggy was not telling the truth and that on the night of the murder of Booker and Martin. The couple was sleeping in their car. Under a bridge near San Antonio. You will Sweeney was arrested almost two months after the last murders since each took place less than a month apart. It is possible that he was not the killer as he most likely would have moved on somewhere else to continue killing his wife was very young which explains part of her behavior. But they're also must have been something a little off about her as well. Some of the police who took her confession statements said the elevator did not go all the way to the top her bread was not Brown and other sayings like this. So that could mean she was crazy enough to participate in these crimes with you'll or she was crazy enough to make false confessions or she was just odd. Not that you have to be crazy to make false confessions. I do understand how that happens. And it's really sad to see how many have happens because it's just been so hard for people to understand it. But in this case, they all thought something was off about her. I went over everything I learned about you'll and Peggy with someone who is in law enforcement that I know he agreed. It seemed unlikely it was Sweeny. He said, it was definitely possible. Peggy was being led in some parts of her confession letters, especially way, back then whether it was intentional or not also telling the authorities, whatever they wanted to hear, but not the point of signing any of the declarations for some reason this part really bothered him and us then I found out about the letter to her parents I called to tell him. He was right. And here is the clincher. This is a letter from Peggy. He to her parents while she was being held. It comes from the F B I files and is being read as is with uncorrected spelling and grammatical errors. Dear mom, dad and kids will write you again today. How are all of you fine? I hope I guess the sheriff on the Texas side, and that F B I man had been out to the house for they was up to see me yesterday. They still think Sweeney killed those people. I don't know what to do. They don't believe me. So what else can I do? But to tell them that he did it. They will believe ally. If I send Sweeney to the chair that would be on my mind the rest of life for taking his life when he was not the one that kill that little boy and girl on April thirteen I could send him to his chair, then I would be killed that. So and so that you all rented that house from said that we was in the field on. April fourteen that is ally. I wish that dad would have said something to him about it too. I don't think they won't send me to the Penn. But it is Swinney that they are after Mr. Phillip told them some light to I guess, he think if they do away with Sweeney that it would help him to get out and that I would married I wouldn't married him. Now, if I knew I would get out by married him in my books. He don't rate as high as Sweeney does and Sweeney don't rate at all. Mother..

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"sheriff davis" Discussed on Buried Truths

Buried Truths

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"sheriff davis" Discussed on Buried Truths

"Job. These patrols evolved into rural police departments and sheriff's offices by the end of the eighteen hundreds reconstruction had fallen apart the federal government had abandoned its mission to help former slaves become full self sufficient citizens, and the Ku Klux Klan was on the rise in the early nineteen hundreds you couldn't tell policemen from clansman because many of them were. Slavery is it turned out hadn't been abolished at simply been renamed convict leasing and his landmark book slavery by another name Doug Blackmon, described in vivid detail, how it worked white sheriffs an exchange for cash that went to county coffers and to their own pockets rented their black inmates to companies and farmers as labor convict leasing. That is enslavement was so lucrative that. Sheriffs arrested black men on trumped up charges. Just so they could keep up the flow of laborers this system to was in forced by white deputies. And then came the nineteen thirties. Nineteen forties nineteen fifties. And sixties who enforced these statutes of segregation white police officers as sheriff's deputies if you're a black southerner. And the early nineteen sixties it took very little imagination to connect the modern day policeman with the olden day slave patrol. It was the same man for two hundred years in more white men with unquestioned authority were responsible for enforcing white supremacy. Listen to the voices of African Americans who lived and make an in nineteen sixty two and who still lives there today. I'll you may Hutchings L Louise, Franklin's friend and later life talks about AC hall's decision to run from the police but back in those days. Police game in you run. Shoot, gene way. So trying to get away Newton Collier. Your remember? I see halls friend growing up. He could tell you icy ran that time making they wanted to beat you down kick you round young teenagers coat downtown doing something things. Have you get what you can get beat up at the same time. The one did anything about it. Another making resident Herbert Denard does not recall knowing icy hall, but he knows as well. As anyone the Macon that a c hall grew up in. He was born there in may nineteen forty five thirteen days after a c hall was born he found it in for thirty two years. Edited a newspaper the Georgia informer aimed at an African American audience and around making he talks about the police of the nineteen sixties and pretty stark terms. You go to the police you're going to get beat. A locked up sent to the penitentiary that was it. They didn't just take you. Oh, sorry. We made a mistake. You can go home. Now. Sorry, now, you're going to get beat up shot degraded make you lay on the floor for woman with she's though later, you'll look at hood and have a take close off into all kinds of things, and they would never never be charged. These were not isolated settlements. Every black person. We spoke to who lived in making in the nineteen sixties said the same thing. You ran. Unfortunately, that reflects hasn't really changed much. David Davis has been with the Macon Bibb county sheriff's department for forty years. He's a white man elected sheriff and twenty twelve and here's what he had to say about black attitudes toward police, we have the same situation sometimes here in twenty eighteen yet black kids gonna run from white cops why or black kids are gonna run from cops. And this is one of those kind of things when we talk about cultural situations, it continues to this day that whenever people minorities who ever have encounters with law enforcement. They have a preconceived notion as to what the police might be after. And so is not like a, hey, how you doing? It's like they after somebody. I just don't want to be the person they after I need to get away from his. Because I can't sheriff Davis acknowledges it. It's different. What a white kid sees a cop. Why people are going to be like, well if he's if he's if he's innocent. Why didn't he stay and a white kid? Probably would have would stand say officer. What's going on? Hey, maybe a white kid may be guilty of seeing. But he's going to stand there and say, hey, officer what's going on? Whereas a lot of times black kids feel like that. They've already. Been just a suspect, and they're afraid of what's going to happen. So they need to say I gotta get away from here.

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