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01:37 min | 1 year ago

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"You've lost a loved one during this time and can't afford to pay because of financial hardships related to Corona virus, Gabriel Dominion knew a man who calls himself robbed. The rapist is facing even more serious charges. He's been in jail since August for sexual assault. Now. America County Sheriff Paul Penzone says 12. More victims have come forward. They accused 51 year old Robert in car via of sexually assaulting them. Our number one concern predators have oftentimes in multiple victims. Therefore, we have to continue to work to not only locate potential victims, but to make sure that we can tie these cases together. The sheriff's office worked with other law enforcement agencies to connect the cases. Katya are eyes on parenting. 20 twenties already played enough tricks on us. So the Phoenix fired probably want you to be safe this Halloween, and it starts with what your little monsters air wearing as they go from house to house when you're picking a costume fronted to pick some of this long and flowing that could actually make the kid trip. Make sure if they're wearing a mask that they take it off as they go from house to house and put it on right before they get to the House. Phoenix Fire Marshal Brian Scholl recommends bringing up flashlights of cars conceal you more easily. Katie, our news time is 807. Danny Sullivan is in the Valley Chevy dealers. Traffic Center. Keeping an eye on things for us, eh, Danny? All right, Jamie. A Sfar freeways Go state. 51 looks good from top to bottom. No delays there, but you still have a big heavy slowdown on I 17 it's just south found between 19th Avenue and Seventh Avenue. Also, I 10 coming in with a slowdown eastbound 51st Avenue Seventh Street, and to break tapping remains on the loose. Wanna want eastbound between 17 to past seventh Street. Also watch out for an accident on Olive is at about 71st Avenue. You've.

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03:03 min | 2 years ago

"sheriff paul penzone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Your voice your vote Joe Biden riding a wave of momentum the super Tuesday that started last weekend in South Carolina ABC news projecting the former vice president will win democratic primaries in Minnesota Arkansas Oklahoma Tennessee Alabama North Carolina and Virginia A. B. C.'s Karen Travers on the Biden come back late breaking deciders who seem to be going for Joe Biden this surge that he's had could not come at a better time for him he was all but declared dead after the first couple of states and then he comes to life in South Carolina now we'll see how far that continues but right now the exit polls certainly are showing that Joe Biden is really doing well among the voters who say that they want to beat trump and that's a lot of democratic voters right now is beating out ideology party Sanders is projected to win primaries in Utah Colorado and Vermont Mike Bloomberg wins the democratic caucus in American Samoa exposed to closer in California with continuing coverage of super Tuesday Terry Alden or ABC news and in California some voters had to wait two hours in line to vote because of technical glitches connecting to the state database and the sheer volume of voters it is the biggest state Los Angeles county says the problem has been resolved election officials even added more voting devices in local news we have two cases of coronavirus in Maricopa county the latest case involves a twenty year old man still needs to be inspected by the CDC and state health director cara Chris says he's expected to make a full recovery our state public health lab has the capacity to test up to four hundred and fifty samples per day and we do not anticipate any shortages in test kits for our state public health lab to test for this disease the man may have contracted covert nineteen from someone who travel to an affected area so far there are six pending tests for covert nineteen in Arizona he pretended to be a licensed and trained practitioner and holistic homeopathic a massage therapy now sixty two year old Gary Wayne Nash is under arrest Maricopa county sheriff Paul Penzone says Nash sexually a salted five women out of fountain hills practice he would run them as he gain trust he would continue to become a little bit more aggressive business practices Penzone says Nash even had referrals from other professionals deputies are looking for other potential victims even outside of Arizona if you have any information call sheriff's deputies and Phoenix police of activated a silver alert for an aspirin she's sixty five years old last seen on Tuesday believed to be on foot near eighteenth street Van Buren street for a full description go to KTAR dot com and now let's take a look at your traffic this evening on super Tuesday here's George Thomas live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thanks Peter we have some repaving projects going on overnight they're gonna cause some closures for you at two OO to east Baylor Corinne on and off ramps will be closed into the wee hours of the morning and the same way with the two oh two east bound at the loop for a while also expects some closures ten east bell of the two or two and westbound at the two or two for this repaving I'm George Thomas this traffic report is.

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06:33 min | 3 years ago

"sheriff paul penzone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Sharon middlemen on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. Yesterday. We were talking on the show a lot MAC, and I also talked to Maricopa County sheriff Paul Penzone for his monthly exclusive interview about the death of the Phoenix police officer, Paul Rutherford. And this is a guy who never wanted to be a sergeant or detective always wanted to be a street cop. And when we had sheriff Penzone in one of the questions that we asked him was what's a great day. Look like in the you know at work for a police officer. We wanted to play you a piece of that. But also Penzone put it in such amazing terms of what this man who gave his life to protect the public was really all about take a listen when you see officers, and they really are unique also Rutherford the want to stay in the community were they know everybody, and they know that the the pulse, they know the energy no the issues because they realize that connection. Will help them serve in his father even talked about. Listen, you know, this is a guy that when he arrested somebody he hoped that moment changed that person's life the one who was arrested for the better in some way that he wanted to see a positive outcome for everyone. He interacted with while holding people accountable we've had two officers now who were doing their job. But this was a random act of a person hitting in striking and killing him. I don't think any charges were filed against the person in the vehicle. Does it affect the PD does affect the law enforcement community a little differently because it's just so random circumstances. Like, these now, you know in the last one distracted driver, we know the Salt River police officer was killed. There was distracted driver in this case officer Rutherford was on a call involving a traffic incident. But then on foot was responding to assist on a more violent call that was in progress. And then he was struck by a vehicle that had nothing to do with crime. Correct. Right. So in that situation, if it does not remind you of a why you should have gratitude and appreciation for those who are public servants, then you'd better check your own pulse. Because the majority of men and women are exceptional people who really are kind giving people that put their lives on the line this way. And then we hear the negative bad stories and always distracts us. But we are speaking to MAC yet in this situation. It doesn't necessarily change the alertness, and when we see one of our own taken in some way were targeted or it's in a shootout or something of that nature. It heightens the intensity because we recognize again the threat we face by violent dangerous evil people circumstances like these are very unique. So the pain you feel the environment the dynamic remains the same. But maybe the return to service and the heightened awareness is probably maybe a little bit different just because the dynamic, especially if the shooter that takes off an officer has not yet been apprehended. Maricopa county. Sheriff Paul Penzone is joining us for his monthly exclusive interview, Paul Rutherford was laid to rest something that you know. I also learned by going to the funeral today. You know, a guy who learns magic tricks to distract scare kids. I mean, he really cares about people when he would come home from work. His wife would say how was your day? Apparently, Paul Rutherford would say the word crappy. It shows you how much somebody wants to save people to help people because when you go home and you're exhausted from the job of being a police officer that is so difficult. You are coming into contact with people who are maybe having the worst day of their life. Maybe someone was killed. Maybe someone was injured. Maybe someone broke into your house. But he would always go home and answer that question my day was crappy. But he's still always wanted to go back the very next day. And do the best job that he could talk about how he would define a fair. But he didn't bring it home with him to his family. He would. And if they're. Right. Yeah. That it was quality time from then on. But I challenge anybody I challenge. Anybody listening to challenges you guys, tell me how you think a great day would look in the eyes of anybody in law enforcement. Like, what is the if that is a great day? That's the best day possible. What is it? Nothing. Happy the rescue somebody. I guess you took a vacation day. You went to the movies or something. Let's be honest. We see good people on a bad day. We see bad people in there every day, and we see people who have been victimized in that is our day. Okay. Even as the sheriff, I go when I told you before I got a call employees who have been injured in a line of duty. I look at circumstances where maybe we have to be more thorough investigations, but someone's been victimized and I'm not even the first line the first line. That's what they see, you know, every day or detention officers jails, what do you see you see people coming mental illness drug addiction, violent people fights in the jail. So I'm not saying that as if we should be martyrs. I just wanna put in perspective. You expect law enforcement to be perfect, and we're human. We're not perfect you expect law enforcement to not be impacted by their surroundings or circumstances. Yes. We're trained to rise above and to deal with it. But at the end of the day, what is our best. They look like it's not that great. But we do it. Because we want to be the ones who are difference makers were willing to say, you know, what your life your safety your needs are more important than our own. Therefore, we're going to put the uniform every day and go to work and get it done. You know, why because somebody has to and if not us then who all right? That's a piece of yesterday's interview with Maricopa County sheriff Paul Penzone who joined us for his monthly exclusive interview. It's too bad that it takes the death of a cop to find out about that cop and about how awesome that cop was Paul Rutherford was a great police officer, great human being human being and made the valley a much safer place. And it was a very sad day to see. Very sad day last week when he was was killed on the job. All right coming up next. We'll get detour Dan in here. We'll get some traffic going. And when we come back prom- puzzles, MAC great. They're out of control. Oh, I bet. A teen went so far as to recruit boys to men come on. Was it the end of the road for this relationship? That's that's all I see what you did there. Okay. Did he get down on bended knee? Yeah. If she says, no, it'll be so hard to say goodbye. Wow. Next. Drive home, informed and.

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

"sheriff paul penzone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Good news from the White House for some very special athletes, but first we're taking a look at the impact the thousands of migrants being dropped off in the valley is having on crime. Here we have team coverage. It's our top story. And here's Jamie, west Maricopa County. Sheriff Paul Penzone is concerned the release of almost nineteen thousand migrants in Arizona since late December will lead to more crimes and impact our quality of life. Let's go live to KTAR's Jim cross, Jamie. Penzone telling MAC and get us on KTAR, Arizona, not ready to deal with a high numbers of people being dropped off with very few resources. I says it's not ISIS fault. The bigger issue of immigration a path to citizenship needs to be addressed. He says, and it makes it clear he's not stereotyping the migrants. I'm just talking about humans in any situation where they have to find a way to survive. Now earlier this week on a governor Doug Ducey called the federal government called out the federal government. For the way, they've handled migrants being released saying officials need to get their act together live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. Arizona's Republican Senator Martha mcsally wants answers. As to why so many migrants are being left in Arizona. Senator homeland security director Kirsten Nielsen make soundly says she's concerned that the department of homeland security has released eighteen thousand migrants in Arizona in the past three months. She claims that so called non governmental organizations have received little or no warning before the migrants are released MC Sally is calling on the DHS to examine its current efforts. And find ways to improve them. She says she stands ready to help in finding a solution is no word yet on any response from deal said Bob McClay, KTAR news. Eight thirty two and detour.

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

"sheriff paul penzone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Listen. Arizona's morning news. It's Friday coming up. We're taking a look at the impact the thousands of migrants being dropped off in the valley is having on crime here. It's team coverage in it's our top story. Here's Jayme west Nerikova county. Sheriff Paul Penzone is concerned the release of almost nineteen thousand migrants in Arizona since December will lead to more crimes than impact our quality of life. Let's go live to KTAR. Jim cross. Jimmy Penzone telling KTAR's MAC and get us the state not ready to deal with a high numbers of people being dropped off with very few resources. He says, it's not ISIS fault bigger. Picture bigger issue of immigration a path to citizenship needs to be dressed. And the sheriff makes it clear, he's not stereotyping the migrant. I'm just talking about humans in any situation where they have to find a way to survive and earlier this week. Also, a MAC and Gaydos, KTAR Arizona governor Doug Ducey called out the feds for the way they've handled. Migrants being released into the state saying officials need to get their act together live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. Arizona's Republican Senator Martha mcsally wants answers to why so many migrants are being left in Arizona in a letter to homeland security director Kirsten Nielsen make soundly says she's concerned that the department of homeland security has released eighteen thousand migrants in Arizona in the past three months. She claims that so called non governmental organizations have received little or no warning before the migrants are released Sally is calling on the d h s to examine its current efforts. And find ways to improve them. She says she stands ready to help in finding a solution. There's no word yet on any response from deal said Bob McClay KTAR news. Six thirty two. Here's detour.

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09:41 min | 3 years ago

"sheriff paul penzone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Like the governor Doug Ducey Hereson cinema. The senior Senator from Arizona, Martha mcsally, the names go on and on one person we like to have in as always is the Maricopa County sheriff Paul Penzone. He is agreed to come in one more time for his monthly exclusive interview. How are you doing today? Sheriff one more time what happened. Though, I've been coming in. I'm surprised because the way, you know, Gaydos, pops his mouth off does whatever, you know. That's what they pay me to do. I live. He's a tough guy when the Microsoft is not come on. Muted? He's a whole different guy. Goodness, Gregory ever been muted, man. It's true. Is he's not hard to mute me. There you go. So we gotta talk about this Glendale thing. It's been the big story for the last few days. It happened in two thousand seventeen were hearing about it. Now, there's a lawsuit. There was an incident where the Glendale police had pulled over a car the guy in the passenger side kind of being a pill didn't really want to help the police out didn't really want to give him an ide- struggled a little bit with his seat belt and the officer ended up teasing the guy eleven times. Is there ever reason to tasers man eleven times? You saw the video tell me what your thoughts were mostly can we start there? Can we flip the script a little bit? I as a as a as you're watching what did you take? Well, usually on the side of police to start any video or body camera. And that's where I always start on the side of the police because I know that you guys have the toughest job around. I just don't know how you taste the guy eleven times in the last time, you tease him in the testicle after after five I'm thinking you've got to change your tactics. It's not working why keep going down this road that may endanger him because I I didn't know you could be taste that many times. I thought your heart. Couldn't take it. And it endangers the family and other people around you, I would have thought three or four times changed tactics. And try some different west was asking not to not to avoid. I just want to get your perspectives. Because first of all you have insight more so than most when it comes a lot of law enforcement things. But as members of the community, your perspective and your opinion on it. I want to hear your thoughts before I answered I'm going to answer with all due respect to the chief and Glendale. He's got a tough job like myself in normally I try to I try to leave organizations. Issues in circumstances to to themselves, and I'll be respectful to that. Now. So to say that someone should be as a lotta times or not. We shouldn't be measuring on the number of as as we. We should be looking at it and saying under those circumstances, what is appropriate force. And if that is inappropriate force is it appropriate. Inappropriate force that just want a little bit too far. Or did. It was it. So agreed that it requires a more significant response by the agency. So in cases, such as these I think any common citizen without law enforcement training. Look at it and have considerable concern as to why how the application wasn't wasn't necessary. And I don't think you need a share for anybody else to tell you that in those circumstances. And there will be times in my agency. No different that deputies use force. That is well beyond that, which we believe which we believe is is appropriate or necessary. And then how do we take action on it? How do we address in? How we measure doesn't happen again in this circumstance like many in my agency that have occurred or will occur. Don't don't reflect what good law enforcement should look like. Is it is one of those things where you know. You're how do I say this? We had it. We had police officer on yesterday. And what he said is if you don't comply one of the bad cops because there's bad people in every business. No matter what it is. You know, we're talking small small number people if you don't comply the guy we really wasn't trying to comply very very well. If you don't do that one of the cops whose not one of the good ones is going to do something like that. Well, I think in every circumstance. An event leads to a response, and how we manage the response to find our ability to manage stress and circumstances, but by the way. Just Tatum is a guy that we put on from Tucson police are wondering who responded to not to. I don't know Brandon. I'm not going to judge them on it. But it's not just bad coughs. Okay. There are good cops and good deputies who have had great reputations before ever reason as humans in certain circumstances fail. Okay. Their actions fail the standard of law enforcement. So I think that just automatically predetermined by saying well that person, you know, you gave a bad cop an opportunity to do something. That was inappropriate now. There are times when people great track records have done exceptional work make or or just, you know, forever reason in that circumstance their eagle their pride the things that you don't know about them personally that occurred earlier in the day during the week or whatever and they're off the rails are job no different than how we treat the community. So there are bad people in the community that do bad things. There are good people in the community that make bad decisions or do bad things. We should always respond to the action in. Judge on that. So in a case like this. The officers have to respond to that person's action and be appropriate and inappropriate. Then we do the same with the officers of the deputies. We look at your action, we say not acceptable. And what is the appropriate response for the organization to either address it or to ensure that you mitigate it doesn't happen again? But when you saw that video didn't that make you mad? You guys are gonna you're not gonna you know, when I tell you this. I only saw pieces of it and actually watch it through because I have videos on my own organization to worry about. But you know, some of my staff kind of told me about it and actually a close friend who's this community member told me about it last week, and it's disappointing from the aspect that anytime somebody in uniform does something that gives the community impression that we're excessive or abusive or that we're not to be trusted with these tools and resources that we have it hurts all of us. And that's not okay. It's not it's not good for any of us. You know, you just brought up something about I a key in on with the mayor COPA county. Sheriff Paul Penzone for his monthly exclusive. It makes everybody look bad. What surprise? Me in the video. And and you saw bits and pieces which surprised me at that that I don't remember at any point another officer saying okay enough. Okay. Let's try something different did or didn't. He did not. I didn't see any other officer say, hey, hold up. Let's try something different. I mean, I know you're not going to say that in the middle of scuffle. But I didn't see any other officer have a problem with that. Is there this meant you were Phoenix PD for a number of years? You're now sheriff was there ever a time you had to pull it a fellow officer back or or or maybe intercede and say, look this isn't working right now or not cool. Let's do something different. Or is it that mob mentality of we gotta get this guy to comply. No matter what we're all in this together. Well, I'm sure to some extent there is kind of that that energy that believes to others. But I think that it's the more realistic expectation because of human nature. Okay. Doesn't mean it's the best. Where the right way, but it because of human nature, the more realistic things that I have seen is you'll see another officer intercede. In other words, they're not necessarily pull you back. But they know that what is what is it is maybe borderline or to excessive? So they're gonna do they're going to take the lead to diminish your ability to actually behave in that way. It's it's something that we want to see more of which is, you know, leadership in those moments by everybody's saying, hey, oh tap, the breaks that's not appropriate, but human nature is human nature, and we have to work in correct? I I will tell you that in my office not easy decisions. But I've been supervisors that I have demoted because I felt like on a scene they fail to take the lead and take charge. And I try my best to make the right decision. Every circumstance as chief many others do. It's a it's a dynamic evolving world, and there are no excuses, and you know, looking back after an event and trying to clean it up and get it right is not always easy. So. It's just the right words. I wish I could say something that of salt better understand this put on the words. I mean, you guys we're trying to promote yourselves, and I want to be supportive of of my colleague in agency in the men and women who do it the right way in a circumstance like that individual, whatever the circumstances were that chief deals with the matter that he's think yes, let's make let's make sure everybody understands we're not against Glendale PD or any law enforcement agency. But we've talked about this with the Mesa PD the videos that came out almost in succession, it's uncomfortable to watch. But you guys, you know, law enforcement they're doing a job not many of us could do. But is there are always a better way to do the job. That's what we're trying to. You know, what I've seen? It's different. Now is I don't know why. And I don't know if it's just like, you know, as you get older, you you sound like your parents like that when I was a kid, we didn't, you know, as a younger officer. We didn't have tasers and a lot of tools that are available today. And I do see a more aggressive deployment of some of those tools are resource. Then I recall back in the days when I was in the street. You know, we did a lot of hands on me. We're great at it. But it was a lot more physicality than it was using some of these tools, and because the tools are so readily accessible and seem to mitigate threats immediately that I do think we're premature in choosing them, and we're premature and using them, and we're premature abusing them. So you know, that's something that we collectively at the look at law enforcement. Mac and Gaydos, best of.

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09:12 min | 3 years ago

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"Did not represent the law enforcement that I know in the state of Arizona. It was. Of course, you don't like to make a statement on a videotape of but what I saw was completely unacceptable. So right there. He is telling you what he thinks of the actual incident. Yeah. But he goes further. Here's the governor. And it seems to me that the investigation was whitewashed. I'd love to see the county attorney's office reopened the investigation a get to the bottom of what happened there and hold people accountable. Thank you. All right. Wow. That's pretty strong. I mean, you're saying that an official as well as the Glendale PD whitewash this and he wants action. I mean, what you're hearing from the governor is he didn't like what he saw on the video, and he didn't like that the county attorney's office see saw this video few years ago and didn't do anything. Right. So he wants it reopened. And I think the reason you say you're a little surprised that he that he came out and spoke about this. I not there is a there is really a public outcry for this. Well, so far, we haven't found anybody in law enforcement that has not said the officer at every right to taste the man eleven looting in the groin except the Glendale police department right said ten of the eleven where warranted. They even said the one to the testicle which they say wasn't to the testicle was warranted. Like the one in the middle. They say so so yesterday, we spoke to Maricopa County sheriff Paul Penzone. And we picked his brain about this and said, did you see the video he saw the video? And and we're like, okay as a law enforcement guy. What do you make of this video? Here's what he told us. I'm going to answer with all due respect to the chief and Glendale. He's got a tough job like myself in normally I try to leave organizations issues in circumstances to themselves I'll be respectful to that. Now. So to say that someone should be taste eleven times or not we shouldn't be measuring on the number of days, as we we should be looking at and saying those circumstances, what is appropriate force. And if that is inappropriate force is inappropriate force that just want a little bit too, far or was it? So agreed that it requires a more significant response by the agency. So in cases, such as these I think any common citizen without training. And look at it and have considerable concern as to why how with the application wasn't wasn't necessary. And I don't think you need a share for anybody else to tell you that in those circumstances. And there will be times in my agency. No different that deputies use force that is well beyond that, which we believe is appropriate or necessary. And then how do we take action on it? How do we address it? How do we make sure doesn't happen again in this circumstance like many in my agency that have occurred or will occur don't reflect what good law enforcement should look like we had a police officer on yesterday. And well, he said is if you don't comply one of the bad cops because there's bad people in every business. No matter what it is. If you don't comply the guy really wasn't trying to comply very very well. If you don't do that one of the cops whose not one of the good ones is going to do something like that. I believe that. It's not just bad coughs. Okay. There are good cops and good deputies who have had great reputations before ever reason as humans in certain circumstances. Fail. Okay. Their actions fail the standard of law enforcement. So I think they're just automatically predetermined by saying well that person, you know, you give cop an opportunity to do something. That was inappropriate now there are times when when people great track records have done exceptional work. Make. Or or just, you know, forever reason in that circumstance their eagle the pride the things that you don't know about them personally that occurred early in the day during the week or whatever and they're off the rails are job, no different than how we treat the community. So there are bad people in the community to do bad things. They're good people in the community that make bad decisions or do bad things. We should always respond to the action in judged on that so in a case like this the officers have to respond to that person's action and be appropriate. And if they are inappropriate than we do the same with the officers of the deputies, we look at your action, we say not acceptable. What is the appropriate response by the organization to either address it or to ensure that you mitigate it doesn't happen again? So when you saw that video didn't that make you mad? You guys are gonna you're not gonna you know, when I tell you this. I only saw pieces of and actually watch it through because I have videos on my own organization to worry about. But some of my staff kind of told me about it and actually a close friend who's a community member told me about it last week, and it's disappointing from the aspect that anytime somebody in uniform does something that. Gives the community impression that we're excessive or abusive or that we're not to be trusted with these tools and resources that we have it hurts all of us. And that's not okay. It's not it's not good for any of us or with the Maricopa County. Sheriff Paul Penzone for his monthly exclusive. It makes everybody look bad. What surprised me in the video? And and you saw bits and pieces which surprised me at that that I don't remember at any point another officer saying okay enough. Okay. I didn't see any other officer say, hey, hold up. Let's try something different. I mean, I know you're not going to say that in the middle of a scuffle. But I didn't see any other officer have a problem with that. You know, you were Phoenix PD for a number of years. You're now sheriff was there ever a time you had to pull a fellow officer back or or maybe intercede and say look this isn't working right now or not cool. Let's do something different. Or is it that mob mentality of we gotta get this guy to comply. No matter what we're all. In. In this together. Well, I'm sure to some extent there is kind of energy that bleeds to others. But I think that it's the more realistic expectation because of human nature, okay? Doesn't mean it's the best way of the right way. But because of human nature, the more realistic things that I have seen is you'll see another officer intercede. In other words, they're not necessarily pulling you back. But they know that what is what is occurring is maybe borderline or to excessive. So they're going to do they're going to take the lead to diminish your ability to actually behave in that way. It's something that we want to see more of which is, you know, leadership in those moments by everybody's saying, hey, oh tap, the breaks that's not appropriate, but human nature is human nature, and we have to work in correct? I I will tell you that in my office not easy decisions. But I've been supervisors that I have demoted because I felt like on a scene they fail to take the lead and take charge. And I try my best to make the right decision. Every circumstance as chief many others. Do it's a it's a dynamic evolving world, and there are no excuses and looking back after an event and trying to to to clean it up and get it, right? Is not always easy. So it's just you know, I wish I had the right words. I wish I could say something that. Absol better understand is put into words because we're trying to promote yourselves, and and I want to be supportive of of my colleague at agency and the men and women who do it the right way in a circumstance like the that individual whatever the circumstances were that chief deals with these. Yes, let's make sure everybody understands we're not against Glendale PD or any law enforcement agency. But and we've talked about this with the Mesa PD the videos that came out almost in succession, it's uncomfortable to watch. But you guys, you know, law enforcement they're doing a job not many of us could do. But is there are always a better way to do the job. That's what we're trying. Now is I don't know why. And I don't know if it's just like, you know, as you get older, you you sound like your parents like that when I was a kid, we didn't, you know, as a younger officer. We didn't have teasers and a lot of tools that are available today. And I do see a more. Aggressive deployment of some of those tools or resources, and then I recall back in the days when I was in the street. You know, we did a lot of hands on doesn't mean we're great at it. But it was a lot more physicality than it was using some of these tools, and because the tools are so readily accessible and seem to mitigate threats immediately that I do think we're premature in choosing them, and we're premature and using them, and we're premature abusing them. So you know, that's something that we collectively have to look at law enforcement, and that's Maricopa County. Sheriff Paul Penzone from yesterday our conversation during his monthly exclusive interview. It's pretty interesting stuff from Penzone. I mean, you could tell that, obviously, he thought what went down wasn't a good thing. It hurts law enforcement. But also the the governor coming out now, the the MCAA oh the attorney's office needs to reopen. This case that put pressure on them. We'll see we'll wait and see what happens if they come back and say nothing to see here again. I wonder what what happens then I think a lot of people like to see the officer fired. I'm not there yet. Even though I don't like what he did. I wanna see this case reopened in the let's go through it. And then maybe we could go down that road. But it is a troubling situation. There's no doubt about it. Yeah. All right. Coming up next. Everyone is saying the economy is great. So why are Americans having serious money problems? We'll tell you next. Drive home, informed and entertained with MAC and Gaydos, KTAR news ninety two three FM. The.

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05:55 min | 3 years ago

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"Wish. Coming up at five fifteen with MAC and Gaydos, Maricopa County sheriff Paul Penzone. We'll see what he thinks about the Glendale police officer chasing the man eleven times. This is the story. Everybody continues to talk about yesterday Glendale police had a briefing. So just to walk you through it, really quick. The police pulled over a car two years ago. I know we're just hearing about this. Now, we're seeing the video you can see it a KTAR dot com and the passenger that they were trying to pull out of the car. He got stuck on. I guess the seat belt as the guy eleven times once in the groin. And so so there's a huge lawsuit yesterday. The Glendale police department had a briefing with the media, right? Peterson more KTAR news reporter went to that briefing. And basically what he told us was well Glendale police they went through the timeline of events. I the officer Matthew Schneider did this. He did this. He did this. And they basically justified every one of his actions within department policy except for one. There was a moment. And they admitted this in their internal review that officers Schneider had hadn't cuffed Johnny week Kroft. He had stopped resisting. And then he tastes again Schneider did and that just agitated him again. Obviously, the whole situation started up all over again, what looked like had stopped at a certain point just got reignited. Because at that one moment is when Schneider retail. I the Johnny week Croft and then the whole whole scuffle, ensued. Okay. So the police are saying he used a taser several times on week Croft. And that was okay. Are they saying the last time he teased him where he teased him in the testicle was the one that went over the line, though, they're saying the one in the middle of the really be fixed one is about right? Yeah. Maybe the fifth or sixth one was the one that was unjustified. But then when it came to the testicle, they said, no, no, no. We have no evidence that he was taste in the testicle wheat cross. He was taste. Okay. Let's do a little bit of anatomy here muscle area next to the testicles well somewhere in between the guy and the janitorial in the groin in the groin that. That's where they were saying that the where the tasers landed week Crofts and his attorneys said, no that's not true at all. It was where we said it was and police wouldn't give many more details beside that Peter seymour's joining us KTAR news reporter trying to figure out what the Glendale police said yesterday if they're briefing did they say anything about pulling the suspect's pants down. Because when I hear that a police officer pulls a man's pants down. And then tasers them anywhere near a testicle. I don't know what you're doing and he's complying if you are able to. Yeah. He's not resist. What did they say about the actual pulling of the man's pants down? Because if you're on top of a guy your pants down, and you've got a taser and you put it anywhere near his groin, man. You're tasing him in the testicles. Yeah. What did they say? So the police said, well, he was wearing some shorts and they were loose. They were not tied up and secured. So that they wouldn't come off as waste that the shorts came off during the scuffle during the encounter. Once it had reached a wet from the car to the ground. And that it was an accident that the shirts came off. Again, we crofton looks like the video to say, otherwise, that's what the police are going by that's their story and that stick their sticking to that. Let me let me let me put you on the spot here. Peter, I know you're a reporter. You're not supposed to give your opinion. But. Does it when they were showing the video to the BS meter go off? Did you see how they pulled down? His because we clearly saw it. We don't in other words, we didn't see the pants kind of fall off on their own. We saw somebody pulling the pants down. So did you see that as well? And what was the reaction of the people who were there when they said, oh, no, no, no, the police didn't pull the pants down. Well, that was the impression. I got that the police did just that. But of what the other reporters in the room. I'll say it where more than I was. And they they said, no, that's just not true the video shows opposite. And then the police back the police did not push back and they wanted to put as little information as they could out in this media briefing yesterday because they want to make sure they're not putting other material out there that could be subpoenaed that could be brought up against them. They knew their Miranda rights. They they were trying to just here's the video. We're going to give you the time line without commentary, and we're not going to say anything more than that. All right. That's Peter Seymour. KTAR news reporter he went to the. Glendale PD briefing. This is this is this doesn't look good. Oh, no. It's no. It does not know. It does not you can see the video if you wish KTAR dot com. We're going to get more into the Glendale. Police department story in what happened in what what went wrong with Maricopa County. Sheriff Paul Penzone when he joins to the five fifteen for his monthly exclusive interview. Yeah. All right. We're going to get some traffic with detour Dan, Becky Lynn's coming up with news. But when we come back. There's a really awesome story about is. It a mom walking around her son's college campus trying to get him a date. That's crazy. Not awesome. Are you kidding me? But it's awesome. We get to talk about it is crazy. Yeah. We want you to call us a two seven seven KTAR did your parents ever set you up on a date. And maybe you're embarrassed. It didn't go real. Well, or did you marry the person do parents always know best six zero two two seven seven KTAR? Drive,.

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11:13 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm Bob McClay on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. You've heard the headlines get some perspective now with Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. Good morning to you. Happy Thursday already. I'm gonna kick the show off the sheriff's posse. Still in the news the lead brought to you by Berge Ford off the US sixty and Mesa drive. All right. Yeah. Bruce, it's still in the news because we've got three era Zona Republicans that are now calling America county. Sheriff Paul Penzone to reinstate this volunteer posse. Now, it was suspended because most of the members were not properly certified now Penzone announced last month at the sheriff's office was temporarily suspending the volunteers after it was found that only four of the policies roughly two hundred forty members completed the entire certification process. I guess we need to go back to. The point that the sheriff's posse. As part of a I'm gonna use the term routine audit audit. Whatever you wanna say inside the MTA found that there were specific qualifications that posse members. Volunteer volunteer when you say posse were supposed to meet in order to wear uniform. And we learn from sheriff pins on the other day they wear uniform this indistinguishable from us sheriff. Deputy they get a badge that is indistinguishable from the one that a wheel deputy wears and they can even carry firearms. So if a guy in a sheriff's. Uniform with a badge and a gun shows up. You would not be out of line thinking that's a sheriff's deputy in front of me. But when you find out that there were criteria. That what was it four out of two hundred and thirty five had met now that may not be their own fault. It's not that's not saying all the two hundred and thirty one. Anyway shape. The procedure had been followed for sheriff. Penzone to say I'm gonna put this thing on hold until we get a better handle on. What is your argument against that? No. We should have more people walking around with guns badges wearing uniforms that we haven't passed avid passed background checks. Like is that your argument? This is weird to me. That's very strange, and that's the point that I think a lot of people have their heads scratching about. So what are these requirements that? These volunteer posse members should have had to pass. But we find out. All but four of them. Didn't we have six requirements to be a member of QA p background? Check a personal history. Interview. A polygraph a psychological exam a urinalysis qualification with the firearm of the two hundred and thirty five members who are currently certified as QA p only four have passed. Okay. I'm not indicting the two hundred and thirty one other by any way, shape or form. Okay. But think about this. Okay. Could you imagine? Something happens. And what are these posse members mistakenly kill someone? And then the media. And then the media goes in like, whoa. What kind of why were they armed what kind of training background? We find out that none of that happened. She in the storm that would brew. So why? So who is pushing? Okay. That's what I understand who is pushing to reinstate the MCAS oh posse program, and what is the motivation to reinstate a program that everyone admits these people not that they can't pass the background checks or qualifications. But that they just haven't state Representative Ben Toma and Frank Carroll as well as state Senator David Livingston. Okay. I think the reason why you have these lawmakers that one it reinstated is because they oversee this area of Sun City west and in some city west you have a lot of posse members FEMA this is starting to. Yeah. And where we're going this this theory that keeps popping its head back up in my mind is that people don't like when power is taken away from them. And this isn't as though the power has forever been taken away from these policy members, it has been temporarily suspended so that they can go through the certification process. And it's my understanding that as people go through the certification process it will then up their chances of being reinstated. Like not media mmediately because they're going to work out the whole posse thing to begin with. But my thought that's just my thought here's a little bit from Ben Toma again. This is state Representative Ben Toma about the reinstating him you right away. Ben policy should be reinstated. As soon as possible. This is a group that the residents rely on for safety. They rely on it for to augment the work at the sheriff's actual sheriff's deputies up there, and they feel safer, and they probably are. Safer when when the policies on the road problem right, there should a community be solely relying on an augmentation. Arm of the sheriff's office for their safety. If are in tears who haven't passed a background check. If that is. In fact, the case that's a problem that community should have proper deputies and proper oversight and not just a volunteer posse. Like if I lived there, which I can't I get it. But if I lived there, I wasn't just want to volunteer force. Like, what why don't we just get a volunteer deputy understand this and we hear some city west and their citizens at Sun City west, and this is a bunch of older people that like pretending to be police officers. They like to dress up. Why cops they like to wear walk around with badges like they get something out of this. And when this program was suspended for lack of background checks lack of security. Checks lack of firearms training, etc. Etc. Etc. They all got ticked off because it can't go round and play cop anymore. Let's just call it. What it is you enjoy being able to grab him flash. A badge for whatever reasons. And now since you might have to pass a background check, which some of them may not pass your ticked off about it. You know, what suck it up buttercup? And you know, what they're probably ticked off about it. And they are ringing the phone Email state legislator show badges to people here's a little bit more tickets for jaywalking. State Representative Ben Toma spoke to somebody this morning that had mentioned that there is now. Now people perhaps racing or drag racing on the street behind our house. And there's no sheriff that was available to come in. And check on that. And she she she would've assumed in. Buyer today. She was she. I thought they would have been cops show up. Yeah. Hello real cops. So we have fake cops show up without background checks are going to stop people from drag racing in your backyard. Follow this logic through seriously. What are the people drag racing have their own badge? You can't remember what? So am I and I'm drag racing. I got my badge. I got a gun. I got a gun. Where's your what is your logic behind this? If there if they don't have to be qualified to be a badge carrying gun carrying member of the posse. Well, then why the heck would you give them any whatsoever? Here's the thing that really kind of gets me about state Representative Ben Toma here. This isn't to me about safety. This is about politics is you've got this community that is putting pressure on their lawmakers and order to reinstate their power. And so this lawmaker is trying to use power. So that they can keep their constituents happy. This is about politics and not necessarily safety. And the other reason why because those about safety wouldn't they be demanding these people that they have actually have deputies out there, or the deputy devan tears are up there past the checks. So in another reason why I say, this is politics and not safety is yesterday. When an Email went out to all the media here in the valley. It was sent to me. And I take a look at it. And I was like oh. Okay. Interesting. What's going on here? And the headline on this Email that was sent by. Oh, goodness. He was sent by. It was sent by the house majority communications down. And the headline on it is district twenty two legislators urge Maricopa County sheriff to reinstate Sun City, west posse. Okay. Interesting. I reach out to the sheriff. Hey, I hear you're getting urged to reinstate posse. Okay. With that like by sharpens, the what was it? The house majority communication. He was unaware that the Elliott even been sent to the media like I'm not in this loop. And I'm like, oh, he's your urging the sheriff so much that he doesn't even know you didn't actually urge the shape. Now. Here's the deal. I mean that was earlier in the morning. I'm sure there was communication possibly after my contact. Or maybe the lawmakers had followed up after they released it to the media I, but again, it's politics. It's not your point is they didn't go to the sheriff. I they went to the media first. And then by the way, we'll get around to tell them sheriff about. Yeah. So apparently, there's a meeting happening this morning a bunch of people that want to dress up as cops. Let's just call it. What it is. I'm gonna call that until they prove me wrong. But but they haven't done anything to earn the ability to dress up as cops four of them here. Four of them have of the two hundred thirty five four of them past all the shelves. So at the very core of this have issued that they even look like deputies. Why can't evolving tear posse walk around with a white polo shirt? That's MCS. Oh, volunteer on it. So that I know they're a volunteer and they're not they're not wearing the tan suit of a deputy. Nothing to earn a badge on it and a gun and a completely indistinguishable from a actual sworn sheriff's deputy. I agree because they want to dress up like cops chime in on this, folks. Okay. Six zero two two hundred two seven three three. I'm all for. Hey, put them in polo shirts. There is a value to the posse. I'm not saying get rid of it entirely. You gotta jump through hoops. And we've got to be able to tell the difference here. Six zero two two hundred two seven three three. We want to hear what you gotta say about that lead. Brought to you by Berge Ford off the US sixty and Mesa drive online at bergeford dot com. So what exactly did Cindy McCain see at sky harbor airport? If it wasn't child trafficking. We're talking about that after Bob McClay. Checks in with our top stories..

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01:38 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm Amy poll. The investigation into the mysterious explosions around the north west Phoenix area continues is police say they've been investigating the loud explosions since October we recorded over one hundred and fifty calls not all of them have been for explosion type noises. Some of them have been labeled check Welfare's. Some of them have been labeled loud party, loud noise. Fireworks? Police sergeant Armanda carbohydrate says they don't believe this has anything to do with utility companies. And that's the sound of participants at the women's March that took place in downtown Phoenix Saturday, the mile long, March started and ended at the state capital. Speakers and performers representing groups like women from the Muslim community woman with disabilities. And from the LGBTQ community will be attending the March also took place in Washington, DC and New York, America Maricopa County. Sheriff Paul Penzone has a help wanted sign sign sign out for any federal employees who may be looking into changing careers. The sheriff's office is looking to hire three hundred detention officers at least one hundred deputies and one hundred and fifty billion staffers. Penzone says the sheriff's office is a great place to work or trying to create an environment. Where people feel that their life has purpose of their job purpose in the third by serving others in this capacity. Also worked and you can do you can find out more at M C S O dot org. A year olds gust man was arrested Friday night after Gilbert police say he hit an. Officer who was on his bike police say the officer tried to pull the man over after he was driving reckless near Gilbert, Elliot road. The officer had no serious injuries. That driver.

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01:40 min | 3 years ago

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"A homegrown terrorists. That's what investigators are calling the eighteen year old suspect in last week's officer involved shooting in fountain hills Maricopa County sheriff Paul Penzone says Ismael Hamad called nine one one requesting to speak to a deputy in person. He made some statements during that call to indicate affiliation with a tear ideology. One of our deputies who was in the district at that time went out to his car initially to review the call. Penzone says I'm Ed was not on the FBI's watchlist. He's facing two counts of terrorism. A traffic stop in Tucson led to a big drug bust at a home there. The Pima county sheriff's office says they pulled over a man who had nearly two thousand dollars worth of individually wrapped Baggies of cocaine heroin meth and Fenton all in his car. Then a search of his home recovered guns, ten thousand sentinel pills, more than eleven pounds of heroin six pounds of coke and nine pounds of meth. The stuff is valued at four hundred thousand dollars the lady. Now on the hacienda healthcare investigation. The facility has agreed to hire a third party manager at the request of Arizona agencies in a letter from hacienda. They say, quote, we believe the best path forward is for us to identify and retain a qualified third party manager as directed. This. Demand comes in addition to a list of corrective actions sent by the states Medicaid program in the department of economic security sent on January seventh those actions include security improvements as well as regular s CD and pregnancy tests for hacienda residents in this all comes after a woman in a long-term vegetative state was sexually assaulted and gave birth last month. Taylor interrupt KTAR news as the investigation continues into the discovery of a deceased.

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

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"Cancelation controversy. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. President Trump taking action in the latest feud over the border wall and top democrat calling it vindictive. Another saying has acted like he's in the fifth grade congressman Adam Schiff, one of several Democrats who's planned overseas. Trip was cancelled today last minute, President Trump did nine lawmakers, including house speaker Nancy Pelosi, a military plane bound for Brussels, Egypt and Afghanistan. In a statement, the president blaming the ongoing partial government shutdown Republican House minority leader Kevin McCarthy being speaker of the house and leaving the country shutdown. I don't think that's appropriate. President Trump's move comes after speaker Pelosi called for postponing his state of the union address Sox's Tom Graham, the White House announcing its delegation will not travel to Davos World Economic forum this as another caravan of migrants making its way through what a mama attempting to cross the southern border into the US caravan of Central American migrants. Remains about two thousand strong. They're expected to add members SA cross through the nation of Guatemala there. They'll test their reception at the border with Mexico on route to the US US border patrol says of the seven thousand Central American migrants in the previous convoy back in October as many as half tried to enter the US illegally, others state to work in Mexico and a smaller number returned home to Central America. Fox's Steve Harrigan in Guatemala and arrest made in Maricopa County Arizona an eighteen year old authorities say conspired to help ISIS Maricopa County. Sheriff Paul Penzone says smell Ahmed called nine one one asking to see a deputy in person he made some statements during that call to indicate affiliation. With a tear ideology. Mad met with the deputy and attempted to attack him. He was shot. He.

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

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"You listen to Arizona's morning news. Governor Doug Ducey says he plans to make Arizona's schools safer, and he's getting support from Maricopa County sheriff's unfortunate that we have to consider this or that we have a need for it. It's our top story. And here's Jamie, west KTAR is on education. Doug Ducey is a plan to keep your kids safer at school. We know when a police officers around it makes things safer. Maricopa county. Sheriff Paul Penzone supports the governor's plan. Let's get story live from KTAR Jim cross. Jimmy, the sheriff telling KTAR's MAC and Gaydos, unfortunate that we have to consider this or that we have a need for it. But I commend the governor the governor's safe Arizona schools plan. Also includes more school counselors during the state of the state address on Monday. The governor announced he'll be including some elements of his plan and his budget. When it's released on Friday. We've got a responsibility to do something for our kids. And we've got to do it this session live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news ASU. President of Michael crow hopes lawmakers this session. Take a hard look at a fifty fifty funding model for three public universities. It would fund fifty percent of tuition for Arizona students. We'll worry about the university you the legislature and the governor worrying about the students help them to come to the university will keep the cost is lowest possible co says if the state legislature can get on board. It'll lead to more students being able to go to university and graduate, which would mean a larger workforce ready to contribute to the state's economy. Both you and in a us presidents back the plan to. It is eight thirty one coming up quickly here on eight thirty two. Let's get to detour.

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

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"Listen. Zona morning news and governor ducey's plans to make schools safer is getting support from Maricopa County sheriff's unfortunate that we have to consider this or that we have a need for it. That's our top story this morning. And here's Jimmy west KTAR is on education. Doug Ducey has a plan to keep your teen and other children's safer at school. We know when a police officers around it makes things safer Maricopa County. Sheriff Paul Penzone is backing the governor's call for campus. Cops let's go live to KTAR KTAR's. Jim cross for the story. Jim america. The county. Sheriff Paul tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos, as a society, we need to find better ways to keep the threat away from our school. So aren't dependent on officers to keep the kids safe on campus is having law enforcement professionals on campus who have a limited responsibility solely for safety you. So. I absolutely support him. It's a matter of us having open communication in a relationship with the schools. Now, they're giving her savers and a schools plan goes beyond more cops on campus. It also includes more school counselors among other items. The governor says he will include some elements of his plan and his budget to come out on Friday live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news legislature now in session ASU prison in Michael crow has a message to lawmakers about funding higher education, the public leaders in the legislature and elsewhere. I've got to look at this as a human capital development. Michael crow hopes lawmakers will support a fifty fifty funding model for Amazon is three state universities. We want to support the families and the students to attend three great public universities by covering about half of their cost. Crowe says that the state covers fifty percent of tuition for in state students, the universities, including as you will commit to covering the cost of running the institution itself. Both in a U N. You obey presidents also support the fifty fifty model. Martha our KTAR. It's seven thirty two. And.

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02:11 min | 3 years ago

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"Three FM. Good morning. It is five o'clock. I'm Jim Sharpe. You're listening to Arizona's morning news. The last call or officer. So river police department hoping officer Townsend didn't done vein. They have a message for you. As you hit the road this morning. But I if governor Ducey gets his way every high school in Arizona will have a cop on campus. It's our top story. And here's Jamie, west KTAR is on education, including enough dollars to put a cap on every campus that needs to on America the county. Sheriff Paul Penzone is backing the governor's call for school resource officers at every high school KTAR. Jim cross is live. Germany's sheriff Paul Penzone tells KTAR is MAC and Gaydos. That's unfortunate. It's come to this but campus cops step in the right direction. But as a society, we need to find ways to a better job to keep the threat away from the schools. So that we're not dependent on officers to keep our children safe on the campus. Now, the safer schools plan goes beyond just more cops on campus more school resource counselors school counselors, improve background checks now stop order that protect second amendment rights while keeping guns out of the hands of individuals early. Threatened or any of the governor who will unveil this in his budget on Friday live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. Thanks, jim. It's five oh one and time to look at traffic from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, where we say good morning to Dani Sullivan. Good morning to you. I am looking at your freeways, and I've gotta tell you. I don't have any big items of slowing, but I've got a couple of big items of fog that I need to tell you about state route three forty seven northbound between cobblestone farms road in about Queen creek road. You've got heavy fog in the area and not only that but on I ten the Maricopa freeway, you can expect the same thing very, heavy fog. Now, I can't see all of the Maricopa freeway, but I can't see it from at least Queen creek road up to about Warner road. And you do have reduced visibility due to the heavy fog there. And I'm pretty sure it stretches out far beyond that. This report is brought to you by sun. State tech managed IT voice over IP and more. Visit son state tech dot com today for your free technology assessment. I'm Dani Sullivan, KTAR news.

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02:16 min | 3 years ago

"sheriff paul penzone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"McClay. Here's our top story valley law enforcement officer has been struck by a car two nights in a row in the latest incident. America county sheriff's deputy was struck by a car in Queen creek last night miracle county. Sheriff Paul Penzone tells KTAR Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes that the office would officer was very proactive when it came to traffic safety about us as drivers have to do the same. We as drivers don't do a good enough job to be a tentative and to be patient and to make sure that I was going through those scenes that we put the safety of everyone else. I the officer is recovering. A no impairment is suspected in this accident. This just indicates a our news President Trump says he's canceling his plan trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, due to the partial government shutdown. Federal workers rallying in Washington today to mandate an end to the partial government shutdown as many as eight hundred thousand federal employees have gone nearly three weeks without pay. This is the twentieth day into the shutdown the president refuses to approve a government spending Bill unless it includes five point seven billion dollars in wall funding, the car company, Fiat Chrysler is expected to pay more than five hundred eighty million dollars to federal government and California regulators due to an emission cheating scandal. The settlement comes as federal authorities allege one hundred and four thousand Jeep Grand Cherokee ram pickups made between two thousand fourteen and twenty sixteen recouped with diesel engines program to run pollution controls during lab tests, but would shut off during certain conditions on the road. Fiat Chrysler says it software met all legal requirements, and it did not intend to break the law as part of the settlement. It will not admit wrongdoing. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Now time for a check on traffic. Here's Dani Sullivan live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, Bob, I've got some good news on US sixty that earlier accident eastbound at greenfield. It's now cleared up. So that big delay does not exist anymore, but she's got a ramp. That's closed. And this is on I seventeen it's due to an accident. Southbound I seventeen the grant the street exit ramp it is blocked with an accident..

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"sheriff paul penzone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"sheriff paul penzone" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is five thirty one. I'm Becky Lynn. Here is our top story. Had it not been for the state releasing videos depicting abuse of migrant children and a keen sheriff's detective perhaps the possible child abuse would not have been properly investigated at the southwest Keith acidity in young town. Sheriff Paul Penzone does not believe the possible abuses racially motivated, I've not seen anything nor do I I've not seen anything nor do I believe that anybody along the way have tense try to keep something from me. Because of you know, the outcomes they were doing business as usual, but unfortunately, in this industry, there is no business as usual depends on says, he assumes all responsibility for the bad police work. He will hire to auditors to review cases like this in the future. The county attorney's office now reviewing the case for possible criminal charges as President Trump contemplates declaring a national emergency in order to push for a wall on the southern border. At least one key house. Democrat says not so fast House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry, Nadler, visited the customs and border patrol facility were an eight year old boy. From Guatemala died last month after the visit number insisted that there are limits to the president's authority to declare national emergencies. The president has no authority to usurp congressional authority of the purse. He cannot simply take funds. Appropriated for other purposes to build the wall because he declares a national emergency. Trump is expected to deliver a prime time address Tuesday to discuss the situation on the border alley. Rogan ABC news, Washington. Former ASU quarterback Jake Plummer has been named the college football hall of fame class of twenty nineteen Plummer was a four year starter and led to the ninety seven Rose Bowl. Former ASU head coach Dennis Erickson also named to the hall. He led Miami to two national championships before coming to ASU in two thousand six while the Super Bowl be live without a super halftime act one civil rights organization would call that a major victory Gerald Griggs. Vice president of the Georgia NWC P has a dream. Who knows maybe they won't be Super Bowl. Halftime hoping to shine a light on police shootings. And the NFL's treatment of the player who started the take a knee movement, Colin Kaepernick. Greg says he's already contacted some of the biggest music acts in the world asking them to forego any offer from the NFL to perform at the Super Bowl in Atlanta this year, and as for rapper Travis Scott reportedly confirmed to perform at halftime Griggs hopes to convince him to pull out as well p combs, ABC news, Atlanta..

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