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"sheriff judd" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"They respond in kind. Yeah. No, I have to say, let's talk about your comments that we played. I've just got back from a series of speaking engagements for our midterm battleground speakers tool. We were in Florida and one of our audience members asked, what do we do with the situation, the rampant crime in America? And I said, the next line sounds funny, but it's not a joke. Do what I do. I'm permitted to carry a weapon in Virginia in Washington in Maryland, and I always carry a gun because it's too heavy to carry a law enforcement officer. What should be the right relationship between law enforcement and the armed citizenry of America. It shouldn't be a healthy relationship that if we have no criminal record, if we know how to carry and use a gun that that's good for you as well, isn't it? Sebastian, there's and that's the way it is in my county. Do you know crime here is that a 50 year low? Wow. And crime and Florida is lower than most every other state in the union, and our crime in our county where my jurisdiction primary jurisdiction is half of our state crime. And I tell my folks, carry a concealed firearm, get your permit. And I want you to carry that gun to protect yourself and others. You know the laws will teach you the laws. We want to make sure you follow the laws, but when you have a major event in your life where you need a cop, you've got to down 9-1-1. Yeah. Someone's got to answer the phone. Then they've got to dispatch the car and then the cars got to arrive. It's too late. You've got to look out for yourself until we can get there. And if somebody is threatening your life, if it's a life or death decision, you have to look out for you until we arrive. And we're not going to be there at the moment in time to save your life. You're going to have to look out for yourself. A member of my team who works for us out of Florida was in the eye of the hurricane and he texted me saying the lights were out. There were noises outside for hours, no power, no nothing, and he said, I'm buying a gun. He got to teach me how to shoot. It's a little bit late when you're worried and the power's out. So guys, listen to the sheriff, get the license get trained and carry that weapon. Last question to you, sheriff Judd, and thank you for joining us today from Polk county. You're in a good position. You've gone from dispatcher all the way up to sheriff. If you're in a safe safe county, what is your message to your fellow law enforcement officers across the country who are in Democrat controlled districts where they have no support from the mayor, NYPD, Chicago, and Philly, and who are time to give up. What do you say to your brothers in blue? Well, I tell that law enforcement leaders whether it's police chiefs or shares. Those areas are starving for leadership. The people want to be safe. I don't care if you're a registered Democrat, a registered Republican and independent are not registered. You want to be safe and you want to feel safe. And if you're not, you don't thrive, your business doesn't thrive. Your community doesn't thrive. So show professional leadership. Don't kowtow, don't bow down to this woke ism and you've got to stand up for what's right and you've got to stand up for the vast majority of your community. Keep in mind that woke that is dying out, by the way, that's losing its energy is a fraction of a percent of America. Just because they're loud, doesn't mean they're right. So be a leader and you'll see how much of the community. Democrats, Republicans, independents, and non registers will say yes. Yes, chief..
"sheriff judd" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Guarantee, by the end of those three weeks, you will know whether it works for you like it works for me and 500,000 of your fellow Americans call 805 183 84 relief actor dot com. This is Second Amendment Friday on America first. Brought to you by car firearms. Complacency is a weakness that patriots can not afford for this reason car firearms is teaming up with America first in 2022. Can't believe Americans shouldn't be afraid to publicly stand up for our freedoms. This is about more than being a gun enthusiast. This is a very personal issue as we struggle for the soul of America. Carr wants America first listeners to know they are not afraid to publicly support Second Amendment Friday. Check out their U.S. made line of weapons at dot com. I carry a 9 millimeter car, so should you. That's K HR dot com. Dot com. It's Friday. It's Second Amendment Friday. We have a very special Second Amendment guest here who well, he's rather famous because he's outspoken. There are two kinds of sheriff in America, those who eschew the limelight and there are others who are prepared to stand in the limelight and are actually good at what they do here is one of them from Polk county sheriff Grady Judd. Play cut. I would highly suggest that if a looter breaks into your home, comes into your home while you're there to steal stuff. That you take your gun and you shoot him. You shoot him so that he looks like graded cheese because you know what? That's one looter that won't break into anyone else's home and take advantage of them when they're the most vulnerable and the most weak. Use your gun to defend yourself and your property until that criminal looks like grated trees. He started working for the pulp county sheriff's office as a dispatcher in 1972 at the age of 27. He attained the rank of captain, was elected to the office of sheriff in 2005, and he served on president Trump's coordinating council on juvenile justice. Welcome to America first, sheriff Judd. Sebastian's my honor to be with you today. How are you doing? I'm doing very well. I want to talk to you about the Second Amendment and that's superb little press conference you gave. But first, I got to ask you, maybe you've got a theory. I see two types of sheriff. Those who are comfortable with the media and who speak truthfully to the media and then others who hide. Why is that? Shouldn't all sheriffs if they're elected be prepared to talk out in front of the public? Well, I believe that they should. And I don't know why they don't. You know when we are elected, we work for the community. We work for the public. And the only way to successfully communicate with them is social media, radio, television, and newspaper. And I do that every day. I do interviews every day because the people have a right to know what their share is doing, what he's thinking, or what she's thinking. And my 5th term, and I've not had any serious opposition and had no opposition after my 5th term. So I think when you do what the public expects you to do, the way they expect you to do it, you keep the public informed that you're working for them and this is what you're doing to keep them safe..
Sebastian Is Joined by Grady Judd, Sheriff of Polk County, Florida
"Two kinds of sheriff in America, those who eschew the limelight and there are others who are prepared to stand in the limelight and are actually good at what they do here is one of them from Polk county sheriff Grady Judd. Play cut. I would highly suggest that if a looter breaks into your home, comes into your home while you're there to steal stuff. That you take your gun and you shoot him. You shoot him so that he looks like graded cheese because you know what? That's one looter that won't break into anyone else's home and take advantage of them when they're the most vulnerable and the most weak. Use your gun to defend yourself and your property until that criminal looks like grated trees. He started working for the pulp county sheriff's office as a dispatcher in 1972 at the age of 27. He attained the rank of captain, was elected to the office of sheriff in 2005, and he served on president Trump's coordinating council on juvenile justice. Welcome to America first, sheriff Judd. Sebastian's my honor to be with you today. How are you doing? I'm doing very well. I want to talk to you about the Second Amendment and that's superb little press conference you gave. But first, I got to ask you, maybe you've got a theory. I see two types of sheriff. Those who are comfortable with the media and who speak truthfully to the media and then others who hide. Why is that? Shouldn't all sheriffs if they're elected be prepared to talk out in front of the public? Well, I believe that they should. And I don't know why they don't. You know when we are elected, we work for the community. We work for the public. And the only way to successfully communicate with them is social media, radio, television, and newspaper. And I do that every day. I do interviews every day because the people have a right to know what their share is doing, what he's thinking, or what she's thinking. And my 5th term, and I've not had any serious opposition and had no opposition after my 5th term. So I think when you do what the public expects you to do, the way they expect you to do it, you keep the public informed that you're working for them and this is what you're doing to keep them safe.
"sheriff judd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now a global news update. Buckingham panels confirms Queen Elizabeth state funeral is set for Monday, September 19th. Lindsey riser describes what happens after Monday state funeral at Westminster Abbey in London. Followed by a procession through London. Transfer then to Windsor and then the procession through Windsor before the service at saint George's chapel. World leaders, including President Biden, will attend the queen, Britain's longest reigning monarch died Thursday at her Scottish estate. Meanwhile, King Charles the third was officially proclaimed monarch in ceremonies today in London. President Biden will speak at The Pentagon tomorrow morning on the 21st anniversary of the 9 11 terror attacks. He'll be joined by defense secretary Lloyd Austin and joint chiefs chairman Mark milley. First Lady Joe Biden will deliver remarks at the flight 93 national memorial observance in shanksville, Pennsylvania, vice president Harris will attend a ceremony in New York City. A few top House Democrats are requesting an investigation into airline companies use of pandemic funds, Jim Forbes has more. Following weeks of thousands of flight delays and cancellations representatives Carolyn maloney of New York and James Clyburn of South Carolina said they were concerned about federal funds being used for things like buyouts and early retirements. In a letter, they wrote to deputy inspector general of the treasury, Richard delmar, the pair said these issues may be the reason for the shortage of commercial pilots. The airline industry as a whole received over $60 billion in pandemic relief funds in 2020. I'm Jim Forbes. Texas governor Greg Abbott is sending state troopers to combat gang violence in Yuval di. This comes after a shooting, just a mile from the site of the elementary school massacre in May, investigators believe the shooting at uvalde Memorial Park that injured two juveniles Thursday was gang related four suspects are now in custody. Abbott said he has directed DPS to patrol suspected gang hotspots in Yuval. I'm Brad Siegel. The interior department says it's completed removing the word squaw from nearly 650 place names on federal land. Michael castner has more. The department announced last November that it was moving to do away with the word a term for indigenous women that many Native Americans find offensive. Interior secretary Deb haaland in a statement referred to it as one of the racist and derogatory names that have graced federal locations for far too long. Holland is a member of New Mexico's laguna Pueblo tribe and the first Native American to lead a cabinet department. I'm Michael kassner. Over 150 people were arrested in a weeklong human trafficking sting near Tampa, Florida, more from Steve summers. Sheriff Grady Judd says you might be shocked to find out that some of those arrested are teachers, correctional officers, Disney employees, even cops, and while some are from pole county, most come from other states and countries, also rounded up victims of human trafficking, prostitutes who will be offered services to help them straighten out their lives. Treat them as what they are victims. Operation fall hall two also led to drug busts. Sheriff Judd's got a message for human traffickers. If you come here and violate the law, we're going to put you in jail. I'm Steve summers. Leaves this fall might not be as colorful in the northeast experts say the summer drought could mute this season's fall foliage. Autumn colors could be patchy in some places and significantly shorter in others the season which typically peaks in October could be more spread out with more trees changing earlier or even browning and dropping leaves. Household wealth in the U.S. is down a record $6.1 trillion in the second quarter. That's the lowest in the year and a second consecutive quarterly decline. The Federal Reserve data points to a slumping stock market outweighing gains in real estate values that led to the fall. And you'll now be able to handle the yellow cab through the Uber app in New York City because of a driver's shortage and surge for Uber eats demands the taxis will now be
"sheriff judd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Charles the third is now the proclaimed king of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in a historic ceremony this morning that was televised for the first time. King Charles gave a speech at Saint James palace in London and took an oath for the church of Scotland. He then signed a proclamation, officially naming him king. I shall strive to follow the inspiring example. I have been set in upholding constitutional government and to seek the peace harmony and prosperity of the peoples of these islands. Postage stamps with the image of the late Queen Elizabeth on them will still be good. That's according to the British mail service royal mail. Everyday stamps and special ones are included postage stamps have borne her image since 1967. King Charles will eventually have his image on stamps, but Buckingham Palace will be consulted before that happens. The mosquito fire in place or in El Dorado county near Sacramento in California made a significant run Thursday night, doubling in size to about 30,000 acres, Chris vestal is the public information officer for Cal fire. He says there is still 0% containment. That doesn't mean the progress towards containment isn't being made. We're still building containment line using bulldozers. Many homes have been destroyed crews are working to protect other homes and businesses by cutting dozer lines and removing shrubs and other dry brush. Several communities remain under evacuation orders. Vice president Kamala Harris says America's leadership in space must be preserved and enhanced, speaking at NASA in Houston Friday, Harris called it essential to U.S. national and economic security, she promoted the Artemis program, which will return American astronauts to the surface of the moon. She called space and undiscovered an unrealized opportunity. And there should be another significant increase in interest rates, that's what fed reserve governor Christopher Waller said during an overseas speech. I'm Brad Siegel. The interior department says it's completed removing the word squaw from nearly 650 place names on federal land. Michael castner has more. The department announced last November that it was moving to do away with the word, a term for indigenous women that many Native Americans find offensive. Interior secretary Deb haaland in a statement referred to it as one of the racist and derogatory names that have graced federal locations for far too long. Holland is a member of New Mexico's laguna Pueblo tribe and the first Native American to lead a cabinet department. I'm Michael kassner. Over 150 people were arrested in a weeklong human trafficking sting near Tampa, Florida, more from Steve summers. Sheriff Grady Judd says you might be shocked to find out that some of those arrested are teachers, correctional officers, Disney employs, even cops, and while some are from pole county, most come from other states and countries, also rounded up victims of human trafficking, prostitutes who will be offered services to help them straighten out their lives. Treat them as what they are victims. Operation fall haul two also led to drug busts. Sheriff Judd's got a message for human traffickers. If you come here and violate the law, we're going to put you in jail. I'm Steve summers. Leaves this fall might not be as colorful in the northeast experts say the summer drought could mute this season's fall foliage. Autumn colors could be patchy in some places and significantly shorter in others the season which typically peaks in October could be more spread out with more trees changing earlier or even browning and dropping leaves. Household wealth in the U.S. is down a record $6.1 trillion in the second quarter. That's the lowest of the year and a second consecutive quarterly decline. The Federal Reserve data points to a slumping stock market outweighing gains in real estate values that led to the fall. And you'll now be able to have a yellow cab through the Uber app in New York City because of a driver shortage and surge for Uber eats demands, the taxis
"sheriff judd" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"That next. It's bob and cherry. If you've never listened to the bob and sherry off air podcast called the odd cast, you're gonna want to listen to this one. It's about sherry's lost time. I'm gonna tell you a story. A story that you're going to have a hard time believing, a story that I have been struggling almost my entire adult life to understand a story that will sound crazy and the only thing I can say is every word of it's true and how it happened. The bobbin cherry on cast with sherry's lost time on the free bob and cherry app bob and sherry dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. The bob and sherry website, the oddcast, contest info. Bob and sherry dot com. Who is your best friend? Well, get that person and post a picture of you and your best friend at bob and sherry dot com, and you might win a necklace from Landon lacy jewelry, made in Chicago in her workshop, your choice of a black or a white pearl necklace. It's a necklace a day in May and you're running out of time, so if you haven't done this, you better do it today. Get your best friend that picture, it's on your phone and send it to bob and cherry dot com. We didn't have time and more on some of the news for this story, but we have to bring it to you. Like today's more end of the day, it also happened in Lakeland, Florida. Lakeland, Florida appears to be competing with Port St. Lucie for attention and more on the news. So this is the story of a pregnant woman who was not mclovin, the service she got at McDonald's. We have some sound for you, bob. Good afternoon, everyone. I'm Josh Benson. And I'm Stacy scheibel. Thank you for joining us. A pregnant Lakeland woman is wanted for criminal charges after a ten minute temper tantrum at a McDonald's. Sheriff Grady Judd says after she became enraged with the amount of time her order was taking, she stormed behind the counter and made a mess. Justin schicker is live at that McDonald's in Lakeland to show us video of the outbursts, Justin. Josh and Stacey, good afternoon to you, both this major mc meltdown happened at this McDonald's yesterday evening, the suspect has been identified as 22 year old Tiana Jones. Let's have sheriff Grady Judd explained in his own words why deputies won a book her in the county jail. This is going to be Mick interesting. Look right here. She's a pretty lady. But she was a McMahon. There was no commoner down. She was in a McRae. I don't know if she was like two fries short of a happy meal. Or maybe it was she was short of a happy meal completely. But she created a McMaster. And she acted like a mcnutt. But you know what she ended up burglar. She didn't get her happy meal. Or her sandwich or a chocolate shake, or a sweet tea, but she managed to get herself into a lot of trouble. And we're not going to give her any golden arches, but we are going to give her a pair of silver handcuffs. And you can make money just by helping us find this lady who went crazy for no reason. And there's one thing that you need to understand in Pope county. We don't put up with that Mick junk. And sheriff Judd tells us this McDonald's had to shut down last night for the cleanup and witness interviews with deputies coming up new at 6. We'll play for you some of that angry customers call to 9-1-1. Anyone can help locate Tiana's Joan should call the Polk county sheriff's office or crime stoppers. Live in Polk county, I'm Justin sheker. 8. Bob sat there with his face in his hands for that entire story. That was like a peak moment for that guy. He got to do it all. He got to use every McDonald's joke he did. And he never broke. I'm just wondering how big is that market? How big is that TV market? That was a lot of time to spend. I think that's Tampa got mad at McDonald's. I think that's Tampa, WFL. Is that a big city? That's a big market. The news director evidently knows what's going to attract viewers. Eyeballs these days for local TV news. When the McDonald's employees asked her to leave the videos priceless, we'll post it. When they asked her to leave the McDonald's, I mean, her twerking is amazing. She said, I'm 5 months pregnant. And these people don't know how to run a leap in McDonald's. Listen, when you're 5 months pregnant, anything's possible. You could go completely nuts at any time. She went crazy. She would not leave bob. And instead, and the whole twerking thing was that like ten minutes long where she was like yelling and twerking, that's a long time to twerk. Especially when you're 5 months pregnant, I'm going to just say it I'm a little bit impressed. I really am. It takes. How did the twerking sort of coalesce with the anger? You know, I just don't, I guess the pregnancy must have had something to do with it. I think she was working off some nervous energy, perhaps. I've just never seen that combination before, usually the twerking, you know, at some place that you expect, like in front of the orange juice section at the supermarket. But I've never seen it. Do you know what I said a coupled with anger? Twerking plus pregnant plus rage plus McDonald's, this woman is a legend, seriously. Now, did you notice that that TV station they opened up with something on your side? I'm Brad so and so and I'm Stacy such and such. It was such an ultimate local news little snap. So we'll get this, we'll get her post it. Mama mik torquing at the McDonald's and becoming the Mac burglar, according to the sheriff. Straight to head, we're gonna take you down the rabbit hole. Nicholas cage answering the most Googled questions about Nicolas Cage. It's next. Bob and cherry. Bob and sherry, with the people's movie critic Lamar. You know, it had a little balcony and kids moved up the balcony and they'd get the candy and they'd throw it. 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"sheriff judd" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"The number four me dot com So this situation in in Lakeland is it's just getting more and more tragic and more bizarre as the details unfold, and today, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd recap the events and took questions, Uh, regarding what took place leading up to and during this weekend's mass shooting in Lakeland. The question Sheriff Judd investigators have been trying to answer is Why did 33 year old Brian James Reilly target this family? During the press conference, Judd reiterated the fact there was no relationship between Riley and the victims. However, investigators now know he came across how he came across the family in the first place, according to the sheriff, A witness who lives in the area of North Sacrum Loop Road, told deputies he had talked to his friend Riley a few days prior to the massacre, the witness told law enforcement. Riley said he was planning to help with Hurricane Ida relief assistance. And offered to give Riley a first aid kit. Riley went to pick up the first aid kit around 6:45 P.m. Saturday and left just after 7 10 PM shortly after Riley approached Justin Gleeson, one of the victims while he was mowing his lawn justice, I think, Oh, justice! Yes, Sorry. Justice Gleeson. Alright P. Judd and Riley approach the 40 year old Gleason and told him God said that I need to talk to Amber because she's going to commit suicide. Justice told Riley. There's no one at the home by that name. Another family member who is also Victor, also a victim came outside and threatened to call the police. He drove off mad, Judd said. Never did Brian Riley make a threat? Never. He just wanted to talk to Amber because he thought she was going to commit suicide. Just a bizarre, irrational statement, in the words of Grady Judd. The sheriff said. Riley later told investigators God told me to kill everyone and to rescue Amber because she is a victim of sex trafficking. In his confession, judge said Riley told investigators that he went home to craft a plan and what she would have to kill everyone. Law enforcement officials believe Riley left his Brandon home around one a.m. Sunday with a large bag. And the massacre didn't begin until around 4 22 am, Riley told investigators when he left his home. He took the following actions. According to Judd. He did reconnaissance on the Lakeland home. He repositioned his truck at least three times so that he would have a fast escape. He found three entrance point into the home. He planned multiple diversions as an exit strategy. He slashed the tires of two vehicles, one of which he would later set on fire and then set a path of glow sticks.
"sheriff judd" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Left four people dead. Based on interviews with suspect Brian Reilly. Judd says Riley believed God told him to rescue someone named Amber and was angry when Justice Gleeson told him to go away because there was no amber in his house, and that's when Brian Riley, are Suspect our murder suspect. Said. God told me to kill everyone. And to rescue Amber. Because she's a victim of sex trafficking, Judd says. Riley has provided details about the shooting, even admitting how he shot an 11 year old girl numerous times when she denied being Amber. We posted the complete briefing from Sheriff Judd W. F l a news dot com. Well, the sheriff says he'd like to see a lot of people give a little bit to help the family. Sadly, he says, scammers may already be at work and there are four Uh, sites that have been set up Go fund me sides. One of those is a suspicious site. We are determining whether or not it's valid at this time, Judd says. Anyone wishing to donate can do so by sending it to Polk Sheriff's charities, he says 100% of the money raised will go to help the family. Hillsborough County schools have seen the number of students and teachers quarantine because of covid infections dropped by 50% since the district put a mandatory mask order in place. Parents like Jackie Younger, I'd say she won't send her kids to class unless everyone is masking up. Its covid numbers were going up so exponentially that I was like, I don't feel safe with you. Their masks remain optional in Pinellas, Pasco and Polk counties. Training camp preseason all behind us. Now defending champion Bucks Open the NFL season tonight against the Dallas Cowboys..
"sheriff judd" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"It is now 12 30. We did just see some breaking news out of Texas. As the Texas governor Greg Abbott has now signed that restrictive new abortion measure into law that is now law in the state of Texas. I know that the state of Florida is looking at something very similar, but the entire point of those is not necessarily to crack down on abortions, but it is to trigger a Supreme Court response and so far the Supreme Court has opted to stay out of it. We do have a good chance of showers and storms coming a little bit later this afternoon. Right now, Those storms are at bay as in. They're not here yet. It's 88 degrees. Now we're gonna get up to about 90 this afternoon. Our top story here at 12 30, the lone survivor of a random shooting over the weekend in Lakeland that left four people dead, is recovering at this hour at a Tampa hospital, Joe, we're also learning more about the Tampa area. Man accused of that shooting. Polk County Sheriff says he recently worked at a church here in Orlando 33 year old Brian Reilly, facing four counts of first degree murder for the shooting rampage that left a Lakeland family and their dog dead. Well, obviously he's not normal people who kill people are normal, Paul County Sheriff Grady Judd says. Riley was recently working right here in Orlando at a church. He lives in Tampa. He works for a company that does executive protection and security, and he was at this particular church a week ago Sunday. We don't yet know the name of that church. Sheriff Judd says. That connection will be looked at as the investigation is still in its early stages. Ray Computer wdbo 173 F M and a. M 5 80. This is Wdbo Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic. I'm gentle 90. You're all distrusted McRaney. We haven't even hotter afternoon ahead compared to yesterday and look at those temperatures coming up. I'm Jackie O Brien. We've got a red alert on the turnpike. Outbound at 1 92 traffic in four minutes on Wdbo. Well, good afternoon, 12. 32 28 minutes away from one o'clock mark a show coming up at one o'clock this afternoon. You're listening to Orlando's news at noon on Wdbo one. Oh 73 FM in Am 5 80 Orlando's news and talk Good afternoon. I'm Darryl Moody. Volusia County Public Schools Mask mandate in place this afternoon. The school board voted last week to require all students, faculty and staff to wear masks on campus unless they have a medical exemption. Parents, though, remain divided on the issue should be up to the parent. Not school board. We're in a public health emergency. The only thing that the CDC is asking. Yes, the Children wear masks. So this let us know whether your kids are wearing a mask at school. You can do that by using the open mic in the wdbo app. The Florida Highway Patrol investigating a crash that killed a man on a motorcycle Sunday afternoon near Tampa. Troopers say the 63 year old man was riding his motorcycle on I 75 near Brandon. When the bumper fell off of the vehicle in front of him. The man crashed his motorcycle into the guard rail. He died at the hospital. It's on Clear whether the woman driving that vehicle that lost its bumper will face any criminal charges and three students at the University of South Florida are responsible for what could be a breakthrough Covid treatment. USSF announced that the medical engineering grant won a national competition two weeks ago for inventing a ventilator that can treat at least two patients at once. While they were inspired by Covid, one of the inventors says it has uses beyond the pandemic, she tells Tampa's ABC affiliate. It can be used in natural disasters, military settings or at rural hospitals that are short on ventilators. I'm Rico show the State Department reports. Roughly 100 Americans are still in Afghanistan. A family of four recently airlifted airlifted out of that country. ABC is James Long, one says. There's some controversy, though, over whether the State Department actually was involved understood to be a family of four state. Says they were in a good condition. When they got out, they said they facilitated them leaving, but this is not a furious response from.
"sheriff judd" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"So starting today, kids in Volusia County officially required to wear masks again. That new Max mandate was approved last week after another emergency meeting. We're also learning students in some central Florida school districts will need a doctor's note or parents won't be able to opt out. There are questions now about how some of those notes are obtained. One parent in a Facebook group says she could get a doctor's note from an office at a veto by paying $75. Doctors against the practice say it's not only on ethical, but it puts high risk kids and adults in more danger. The Orange County School district says it will reject any noted considers fake. They've all wdbo one of 73 FM and am 5 80. This is Wdbo where Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic. I'm brain computer right now. We have 78 degrees in fair 60% chance of rain happening later today. Just a reminder. Get on the wdbo payroll payout today have another chance to win $1000 at 10 o'clock. Just listen for the payroll payout keyword and you could get paid just for listening to Wdbo. We're learning more about the suspect who killed a central Florida family, Paul County Sheriff says the gunman 33 year old Brian Riley, is accused of killing all four people, including a three month old infant. He's evil in the flesh. He was a rabbit animal. An 11 year old girl was wounded but is in a Tampa hospital recovering. While authorities have yet to find a motive or linked to the victims, Riley did admit he was high on drugs during his arrest. He also told the sheriff's office that God told him to Go to the Lakeland home. Madison Roberts, Wdbo one. Oh 73 FM and am 5 80 continuing team coverage. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd joining us on this Orlando's Morning news earlier this morning, he gave us an update on the 11 year old girl who was shot seven times. She's already been through several surgery. She'll continue to be in the hospital shoes in critical condition. But I'm told from her grandmother that her spirits are good and that which which is a wonderful thing, and the fact that she's alive. Sheriff Judd also says there is In Orlando connection. Riley worked security at a church here, although he didn't say exactly where we're following some breaking news out of East Orange County. Two teens were struck while they were crossing Golden Rod Road right in front of Valencia Ecology stuff, HP says both were taken to the hospital in stable condition. The crash remains under investigation will update you as we get new information in It's 903 a wdbo 173 FM and am 5 80. If you are still suffering with chronic knee pain, Phoenix Integrated Medical Center is the place to go. In fact, many other listeners have gone to their beautiful winter park facility or called for a free consultation..
"sheriff judd" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The mass shooting happened around four a.m. Sunday morning at a home in Lakeland. As most people were sleeping. This neighbor heard gunshots and came outside a state trooper parked at the end of my driveway. He told me to go back inside. He had a long gun out actually pointed this way to women. An infant a man were killed at 11 year old girl survived. Here's sheriff Grady Judd. He just explained that they begged for their life. And then he shot and killed him anyway, and the interesting thing and we don't know the answer to that. Not underscore we don't How did he end up at that? House Reporter Madison Roberts continues her team coverage. Ex Marine Brian Riley was denied Bond during his first court appearance yesterday. He's trying to convince us That he's mentally ill. But he's very in tune with his statements and his admission. The 33 year old is accused of fatally shooting a family of four in their Lakeland home. Sunday morning. An 11 year old girl was shot multiple times but is recovering. The Polk County sheriff says. Investigators haven't found a link between Riley and his victims. But Riley claims God told him to go to the victim's home. Madison Roberts, Wdbo 173 FM and AM 5 80. Meanwhile, the lone Survivor, an 11 year old girl continues to recover. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd gave us an update This past hour has already been through several surgery. She'll continue to be in the hospital. She was in critical condition. But I'm told from her grandmother that her spirits are good and which, which is a wonderful thing, and the fact that she's alive and we're learning. The shooter has a connection here to Orlando. Sheriff Judd said. Riley worked security to check Although he didn't say.
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"Issues. Riley, hospitalized and in custody is accused of fatally shooting four people, including a mom and three year old child. Sheriff Grady Judd. This man killed four people this morning. Tried to kill our deputies and then gave up. Riley shot it out with authorities before surrendering. Sheriff Judd says he was well prepared, had everything down to blood stop kits, first aid kits and he was ready for battle. Millions of Americans are set to lose their jobless benefits. Today, three pandemic related programs are set to expire by some estimates. Over seven million people now stand to lose nearly all of their unemployment benefits. Another three million will see their benefits reduced. Now many Republican controlled states already started rolling back these programs months ago. President Biden encouraged states to continue them. But most states say they just don't have the budget for that. ABC is Mary Alice Parks at the White House. The New York Times reports. Facebook is apologizing after video of black men in altercations with white civilians and police officers ends an automatic message pops up saying Keep seeing videos about primates. Facebook turned off the AI that show the message You're listening to ABC News. Oil drilling investments involve a high degree of risk and are only suitable for SCC. Accredited investors. ATTENTION high Net worth investors, oil and gas investments have always been an ideal tax advantage and have been a way to invest and take a 100% right off..
"sheriff judd" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"B C's Andrew Denberg authorities in Polk County, Florida, say one time Marine sniper Brian Reilly appears to be suffering mental health issues. Riley, hospitalized and in custody, is accused of fatally shooting four people, including a mom and three year old child. Sheriff Grady Judd. This man kill four people this morning, tried to kill our deputies and then gave up. Riley shot it out with authorities before surrendering. Sheriff Judd says he was well prepared, had everything down to blood stop kits. First aid kits, and he was ready for battle. Millions of Americans are set to lose their jobless benefits. Today, three pandemic related programs are set to expire by some estimates. Over seven million people now stand to lose nearly all of their unemployment benefits. Another three million will see their benefits reduced. Now many Republican controlled states already started rolling back These programs months ago, President Biden encouraged states. To continue them. But most states say they just don't have the budget for that. ABC is Mary Alice parts of the White House. The New York Times reports. Facebook is apologizing after video of black men in altercations with white civilians and police officers ends an automatic message pops up saying Keep seeing videos about primates. Facebook turned off the AI that show the message You're listening to wtmj w 277 c V and w KT HD to Milwaukee from the NX Wealth management studio is NewsRadio wtmj. We've been doing this for quite some time. So we know the value of solid wood furniture. But we found that using solid hardwood laminate actually make for sturdier, more versatile furniture frames. Frames on the Ken Michael's furniture line are cross screen so weak spots like would not are eliminated. And unlike natural wood frames are stone expand into tracked, so they're more durable,.
"sheriff judd" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And kill the baby and shoot the family dog. This guy is heartless and calculated with his murder. Sheriff Judd says an 11 year old girl was found with seven gunshot wounds and was transported to the hospital. Another child of the family was found safe at a relative's home, Judd says. Riley is a former Marine and has no criminal history. And there is no relation between the victims and the gunman. Law enforcement found blood stop kids and first aid kids inside. The gunman struck and say he had multiple weapons. A cruise ship is headed to New Orleans with relief supplies after the area was hit by Hurricane Ida. The Grand Classic A cruise ship sailed from the port of Palm Beach yesterday, carrying supplies and housing rooms for hundreds of utility crew members working to restore power. The Grand Classical is expected to arrive in New Orleans on Tuesday and stay for a month. A woman in Orange County is stabbed to death after a fight with her roommate, according to deputies, 79 Year old Thelma Atterbury got into an argument with her roommate 76 year old Suzanne Dickens. On Saturday. Atterbury is facing a first degree murder charge. A major triathlon is happening today in cocoa athletes are running, biking and swimming in river from park. Race coordinator Willie Savoy tells Fox 35 participants are happy to race again after it was cancelled last year due to Covid. People are just so grateful to be here. Everybody is happy to put their masks on when they need to the race was kept at 250 participants in order to be able to follow covid protocols with Florida's news. I'm Jessica Baron Americans being held.
"sheriff judd" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"As safe as you are right now. But when you get a nut job like this statistical data makes no difference. I mean, this guy was wired up. On dope on math, Sheriff Judd said. The man tried to take a gun from a police officer at the hospital where the suspect is being treated for a gunshot wound. Seven people were injured in Georgia when a man with a gun opened fire into a crowd of people earlier this morning. The shooting happened in downtown Athens after a large fight broke out. The injuries to the seven are not considered life threatening. Police are searching for a 21 year old man whom they consider a suspect. America is listening. Fox News And now the lens of liberty. Here's Helen Kribel. In my rural community. There were two wonderful little pack shops that catered to local horse owners. But our local economic development council offered cats breaks the lure a national train to our town and the big store put both local jobs out of business. Hands all over America compete to attract jobs by enticing new businesses, often with tax waivers, Freeland and other subsidies, none of them available to people who have lived there for years. Is that fair? We all understand the need for more jobs, but its economic development officials When look through the lens of liberty, they would know that this may sound good at a ribbon cutting ceremony, but in the long term It undermines the principle of equality and diminishes the whole community. For more information, go to lens of liberty dot org that lens of liberty dot org Digital was a publicly traded company, whose shares and bank accounts were eventually frozen. Five Apple Daily editors and executives were arrested as part of the National Security investigation. All Stevens Fox News NASCAR Cup Series race Just getting it away the famous track in South Carolina Foxes man Napolitano with more the round of 16 under the lights at Darlington Raceway in the cookout Southern 500 as Kyle Larson enters atop the standings as the regular season champ in the NASCAR Cup series, just a Cool spot to be in and it's been a lot of hard work to get to this point. And and now we've got a great opportunity to go chase the championship. Larson starting in sixth for this evening's run at Darlington, with Ryan blaming on the pole for the Lady in Black. The Southern 500, the first of three races before the playoff field gets slimmed down to 12 winner at Darlington clinches a bid in the next round. Amanda Polyta,.
"sheriff judd" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Time. Joe Jiro Funks News, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Secretary of State Antony Blinken are heading to the Persian Gulf to begin managing a transition to a post Afghan more relationship. This as efforts continue to reopen the Kabul airport. Domestic flights have started in Afghanistan as the Turks and Qataris work to get the Kabul airport operational again. There are ongoing negotiations to figure out just who will run the airport. And for how long. But Qatari sources say the focus over the coming weeks will be on evacuations and humanitarian aid. This comes as the Taliban works to get civil service is up and running again under their new Islamic system Boxes, tree Yingst. Meanwhile, the White House has not commented on a claim from Texas Republican Congressman Michael McCaul that the Taliban has preventing some Americans from leaving an airport in Afghanistan. Man is in custody in a Florida hospital, accused in the killing deaths of four people, including a baby and severely wounding an 11 year old girl. The man was taken into custody after a shootout with authorities at the Lakeland home. Pope County Sheriff Grady Judd says shooting is not indicative of the area. Crime has never been this slow. You've never been as safe as you are right now. But when you get a nut job like this statistical data makes no difference. I mean, this guy was wired up. On dope on math, Sheriff Judd said. The man tried to take a gun from a police officer at the hospital where the suspect is being treated for a gunshot wound. Seven people were injured in Georgia when a man with a gun opened fire into a crowd of people earlier this morning. The shooting happened in downtown Athens after a large fight broke out. Injuries to the seven are not considered life threatening. Police are searching for a 21 year old man whom they consider a suspect. America is listing of Fox News..
"sheriff judd" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Commit crime we'll run through you like sherman through georgia. That's that's amazing. That makes sense. And i love that but i feel like you may be have had to have developed a keener i to to identify a crook because in most states in the union if you see someone with their shirt off right Under the wrong circumstances your antenna immediately go up right but in florida. It's the state of not rocking. Your shirt that's part of the culture down there. So how do you identify crook from just a good time having tourist when you're you're on patrol but one thing that makes all that easy is croat's only have about five brain cells And all of them are never working at the same time you toss him a puzzle saying when you look and you see them you know you know they're morons on method i call them and they're easy to spot and they just do dumb stuff they just dumb stuff. I mean they'll do stuff like still guns and then new cell fees and posted on social media the run-up down here you know it's share of. I'd like to challenge you. What's what's the point of stealing a gun. Yeah world on social media. You know well. Of course i've got this gun. I just got out of new york. I'm in florida vacation. You lebron probation. What can i say and to your credit to. Isn't polk county one of the larger counties in florida it's between like tampa and orlando correct Geographically we're thousand square miles right while populations little over seven hundred thousand and bait and were spread out. You know most people you know they bill from the city centre out ourselves building from the county line in and as a result. We've got huge developments. Spread all over the four corners of this two thousand square miles right. Crime can't escape the i. I'll be driving through a pasco county multiple times fourth of july week. So they've got family and hillsborough a married into hillsborough and pasco county and brother and sister-in-law in orange county. So i'll be back and forth through polk county. Well you'll be safest one you're in polk county because we sure if what is your and that's it that's very interesting. We noticed that polk counties is account. And we don't honestly cover that often unless we're talking about you and how how your administering your special and unique brand of justice but we love your press conferences. We think they're fantastic is era. What's what's the secret sauce. What's your recipe for justice. Would you say and how does that differ from others. Well i think it's following the law. I think it's wanting to keep the community safe. you know. there's not a week goes by. Somebody doesn't tell me that. Hey i moved from new york. I moved from from I guess new jersey connecticut is the one this week. They said we didn't know where we wanted to move. But we looked at the crime rate and we looked at who the sheriff wise. And we'd look at where we thought we'd be safe. And that's why we came to polk county and i think the magic to this as i tell people the truth i say what most people are thinking all the time hand. The reality is if you wanna be a thug in a crook you wanna do stupid stuff and get away with to portland oregon. They seem to like it out there. Speaking your press conferences. I wonder if criminals like ever like are like. Oh shit i got arrested grady judd. Because they get they get really insulted in these press conferences and rightfully so. Do you remember this guy. He's he's a large man to remember this guy he's Here's part of one of the operations. Do for child pornography bust. I think you've done many of them. I forget what it's called but A lot of the child porn guys off the streets here. So here's what's going to. We're gonna. I'm gonna play what you said about. He weighs in at a slim five hundred twenty pounds and he didn't fit in the cars but he does fit in the county jail and we will feed him. Well is f freestyle or broza budget. Or how's he doing. That can eat himself to death. I don't know i don't know where he is. You know when he asks from four chickens for lunch with all that was a little much he he. He's one of the what we call. You're sick puppies series. Sheriff can you get a sound buddy. You think puppies place 'cause lobbies sick puppies grow up. Be sick dogs the end up to be dogs in prison. You know what i'm saying. We is the we'd go after sexual predators online that are trying to attack our children. We go after those that are trying to victimize young ladies and make them victims of human trafficking. We go after drug dealers. We go after gang bangers in trying to shoot up you know kids in neighborhoods at our folks in polk county to like that. They like to know that. In fact i was. I was at an event last night where we're gonna do a press conference about it later on and some of the gang bangers one of the selfie women were at a crime scene. But i think. I'll take pictures with him to the opposite. They wanna get arrested in polk county. It's amazing to me that that i will have people in jail. Tell me. I want my picture away. Now they're inmates in my county jail and i'll tell them it's no problem. You behave when you get out of jail. Come in the front door the office and make an appointment and i'll get my pichu you and they do and i do you know about you know out. I'll give him a pitcher with with whoever wants. My speaking of that sheriff judd plans to run for any type of office besides sheriff in the future Given all this we're talking about. Everybody likes getting their picture. Taken with the and all that Do you have your eyes on any other offices. Well i thought about emperor of the world. Okay you on moscow's that right. He's he's going for it. But i don't have enough money to compete with alon must so nah The truth is i have been offered the opportunity to run for house of representatives to run for the senate. You know what people don't understand is what i really am as a street cop.
"sheriff judd" Discussed on Hard Factor
"The special greatest jet interview. They're taking care of the babies but you're about to hear what full hour will full our full. Our great john. He does not disappoint. He's a quote machine interesting fellow he basically was It was like a live press conference just for us. Great job press conference and it was awesome. Yeah so i guess without further do. Here's the grady judd interview. Welcome to the show legendary florida. Sheriff from polk. County grady judd. Thank you sheriff judd for joining us today. We really appreciate you taking the time. Well certainly my honor to be with you today. How are you all doing very great. Pretty get better now have share very very excited. We told you a little bit before we started rolling here but this show has been running for about three years. We've been covering a florida man news every single friday during that time. Needless to say our audience is seen and heard a lot of your work From that time period and for the folks at home Grady judd has worked his way up to this position of sheriff polk county after joining the sheriff's office in nineteen seventy two as their youngest employees of all time if wikipedia is telling the truth. Is that true. sheriff. Yes i was four years old at. That's when you got your first caller. Yes well that's i mean it's impressive talk about florida men and you know all all ranges of florida men on on every friday show and you have you were born in florida. Join the sheriff's office that long ago and the now work your way up to sheriff i mean you. You're you are like the florida man really on. I can't think of many others top that. What's next because we allowed to talk about what you were doing last weekend. Well i i you know i like it when people say nice things about me she on your head were you a dc last week Last week i was in dc. I am the past president of major county sheriff's of america. And we're working on this police reform package we sheriff bob gualtieri and i worked with house speaker sprouse and the to create a state system and now we were there last week meeting with three of our. Us senators. senator troy scott and senator booker. And also lindsey graham senator lindsey graham giving our input because the house version of this police reform was just some rid really crazy off the wall stuff. That's not acceptable Most people i would say ninety nine point nine percent of the cops and certainly not the senate so the is working on the versions because every one agrees that some police agencies in this nation the police before some police agencies are on the cutting edge but unfortunately the media has taken individual bad events or individual bad agencies that don't follow practices best practices and extrapolated that to lead people to believe that all police are bad. All police are violent and and and is just a false narrative also. They're not oh okay so the end of the day. We're trying to push back against that. Say look there's eight hundred thousand cops you know there someplace there. Some agency that recruited the wrong way higher. The wrong way didn't tried Retain their own people when they do something stupid. That's not decorative of all eight hundred thousand of us. Sure it's a big issue in. It's obviously going to take some time to negotiate all that because it's been going on let me ask you. How did you see how big the lifts were and lindsey graham shoes. Does he have like. Did you notice how many inches he was packing. The lifts guy. He was actually sitting down at the time. But stand up. Settle to leave and he won't ever be Nba star pokes that little guy. Well sheriff john one of the Most recent events we covered From your handiwork. Down in polk county was operation Dirty water and so wanted to give you a chance to see. You know your thoughts on that since that's a fresh one An international organized crime ring essentially So wanted to hear you know you you sort of break down how to how do what do you think about that. And are you seeing more crime of that of that style. We talked about it on the show a couple of weeks ago. What do you know the national media wants to ignore. The what i call the ten thousand pound red elephant in the room and that's drug trafficking and drug abuse and what is occurring the border right now contrary to what the politicians tell you is a crisis and let me underscore is a crisis and not only is it a crisis with the people flooding across the border but we know that the organiz drug smugglers are pushing through a group of people and why border patrols tangled up within their driving large amounts of methamphetamine and other drugs across the border. We see fifty million dollars worth of math. That came in liquid form in five gallon buckets across the border and this drug went to atlanta. We were working an undercover operation in central florida. This particular crime group wanted opened up a pipeline into central florida. We work with department of homeland security. Vhs and as a result of that we're able to bust up this operation but that was the mistake coming into paul county a we we were on them like a jcp. The landing spot was was their fatal flaw. Now what are the one of the women was a believe like a resin. Opole county right. They're using her. so what. what was the situation. What was she like living in a normal house but she had like a ten lamborghinis out front like was real. Flashy like you know. It wasn't near that impressive. This lady that delivered the drudge to us the first delivery right she came out of atlanta. She had been released from federal prison for doing a ten year stretch. For what dealing in math like mac at wasn't rehabilitated. I guess she was still on probation delivered. The drives you know. We didn't know who she was.