17 Burst results for "St Louis Metropolitan Police Department"

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:17 min | Last week

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Staying open this fall and winter season. By the time you mobilize the distribution of the vaccinations, and you get the majority or more Of the population vaccinated and protected. That's likely not gonna happen to the mid or end of 2021 daily. New cases are hovering around 40,000 nationwide doctor, he says. We need to decrease that number significantly if we want to return to life prick over that's Fox's Charles Waltz in the Wedge doctor fell. She's encouraging everyone to continue wearing masks even went outside, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told the virtual G seven meeting. Addressing The climate crisis that the time to address climate change is now the climate crisis. Israel and its consequences are undeniable. Rising sea levels horrific wildfire savaged rounds. Certainly, Furman's devastating floods and life threatening air pollution will impact every nation on every continent. Pelosi says that only a global response to climate change will be enough to stop the pending crisis. Summonses are issued in ST Louis for BLM protesters back on June 28th Mark and Patricia McCloskey made headlines when they confronted Black lives matter. Demonstrators outside their home. ST Louis couple, claiming they were acting in self defense pointed loaded weapons at them, though no shots were fired. The McCloskey's have been slapped with felony weapons charges. But now nine of the more than 300 protesters who took part that day have been issued summons as well. They could be facing fines of up to $500 in up to 90 days in jail for trespassing on private property. No response has yet from the ST Louis Metropolitan Police Department. Karen McCue Fox News sounds impressive. A weak cold front coming our way That's gonna enhance our shower chances later today on Sunday after that pulled on him away By Tuesday. We're probably mostly cloudy, Comfortable, low, low sixties. Partly sunny daytime hours Sunday highs near eight degrees. A slight chance of showers can't shower around Sunday with a cold front lobe upper sixties. Mostly sunny, breezy foryou Monday highs near 80 then Sonny Low seventies on.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:42 min | Last week

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Fall and winter season by the time you mobilize The distribution of the vaccinations, and you get the majority or more of the population vaccinated and protected. That's likely not gonna happen to the mid or end of 2021 daily. New cases are hovering around 40,000 nationwide doctor found, he says, way need to decrease that numbers significantly if we want to return to life pre Cove it That's Fox's Charles Waltz into ads Doctor found. She's encouraging everyone to continue wearing masks, even when Outside. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told the virtual G seven meeting. Addressing the climate crisis that the time to address climate change is now the climate crisis, Israel and its consequences. Are undeniable Rising sea levels her basic wildfire, savage drowned deadly famines, devastating floods and life threatening air pollution will impact every nation on every continent. Pelosi says that only a global response to climate change will be enough to stop the pending crisis. Summonses are issued in ST Louis for BLM protesters. Back on June 28th Mark and Patricia McCloskey made headlines when they confronted Black lives matter. Demonstrators outside their home to ST Louis couple claiming they were acting in self defense pointed loaded weapons at them, though no shots were fired. The McCloskey's have been slapped with felony weapons charges. But now nine of the more than 300 protesters who took part that day had been issued summons as well. They could be facing fines of up to $500 in up to 90 days in jail for trespassing on private property. No response has yet from the ST Louis Metropolitan Police Department..

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:55 min | Last week

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Life pre Cove it That's Fox's Charles Waltz Interwebs doctor found. She's encouraging everyone to continue wearing masks even went outside, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told the virtual G seven meeting. Addressing Climate crisis that the time to address climate change is now the climate crisis. Israel and its consequences are undeniable. Rising sea levels horrific wildfire, Savage drowned. Gently famines, devastating floods and life threatening air pollution will impact every nation on every continent. Pelosi says that only a global response to climate change will be enough to stop the pending crisis. Summonses are issued in ST Louis for BLM protesters back on June 28th Mark and Patricia McCloskey made headlines when they confronted Black lives matter. Demonstrators outside their home. ST Louis couple, claiming they were acting in self defense pointed loaded weapons at them, though no shots were fired. The McCloskey's have been slapped with felony weapons charges. But now nine of the more than 300 protesters who took part that day had been issued summons as well. They could be facing fines of up to $500 and up to 90 days in jail. For trespassing on private property. No response has yet from the ST Louis Metropolitan Police Department. Karen McCue Fox News sounds impressive. Thiss news brought to you by advanced pain care Now for your kale, BJ radar weather watch mainly clear and human tonight with a lot of 71 later on humans still tomorrow, with clouds breaking for some sunshine, the high 92. Then tomorrow night, it'll be partly cloudy and persistent humidity. The low 73 on Monday it'll be a rather cloudy and human day breeze in the morning Then we'll have a thunderstorm around in the afternoon. The high 87 from the Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Derek went Great news is happening at.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:47 min | Last week

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"That restaurants are going to face serious difficulties Staying open this fall and winter season By the time you mobilize The distribution of the vaccinations, and you get the majority or more of the population vaccinated and protected. That's likely not gonna happen to the mid or end of 2021 daily. New cases are hovering around 40,000 Nation. Why, Dr Fauci says. We need to decrease that numbers significantly if we want to return to life pre Cove it. That's Fox's Charles Waltz into adds. Dr Fauci is encouraging everyone to continue wearing masks, even when Outside. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told the virtual G seven meeting. Addressing the climate crisis that the time to address climate change is now the climate crisis, Israel and its consequences. Are undeniable. Rising sea levels. Horrific wildfire. Savage drowned deadly famines, devastating floods, The life threatening air pollution will impact every nation on every continent. Pelosi says that only a global response to climate change will be enough to stop the pending crisis. Summonses are issued in ST Louis for BLM protesters. Back on June 28th Mark and Patricia McCloskey made headlines when they confronted Black lives matter. Demonstrators outside their home. The ST Louis couple, claiming they were acting in self defense pointed loaded weapons at them, though no shots were fired. The McCloskey's have been slapped with felony weapons charges. But now nine of the more than 300 protesters who took part that day had been issued summons as well. They could be facing fines of up to $500 and up to 90 days in jail for trespassing on private property. No response has yet from the ST Louis Metropolitan Police Department. Karen McCue.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:31 min | Last week

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Open this fall and winter season By the time you mobilize The distribution of the vaccinations, and you get the majority or more of the population vaccinated and protected. That's likely not gonna happen to the mid or end of 2021 daily. New cases are hovering around 40,000 Nation. Why, Dr Fauci says. We need to decrease that numbers significantly. If we want to return to life pre Cove it That's Fox's Charles Waltz into ads doctor found. She's encouraging everyone to continue wearing masks, even when Outside. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told the virtual G seven meeting. Addressing the climate crisis that the time to address climate change is now the climate crisis, Israel and its consequences. Are undeniable. Rising sea levels. Horrific wildfire, savage drowned deadly famines, devastating floods and life threatening air pollution will impact every nation on every continent. Pelosi says that only a global response to climate change will be enough to stop the pending crisis. Summonses are issued in ST Louis for BLM protesters. Back on June 28th Mark and Patricia McCloskey made headlines when they confronted Black lives matter. Demonstrators outside their home. The ST Louis couple, claiming they were acting in self defense pointed loaded weapons at them, though no shots were fired. The McCloskey's have been slapped with felony weapons charges. But now nine of the more than 300 protesters who took part that day had been issued summons as well. They could be facing fines of up to $500 and up to 90 days in jail for trespassing on private. Pretty. No response has yet from the ST Louis Metropolitan Police Department. Karen McCue Fox News by Sound impressive Saturday evening SHOWERS storms that around should come to an end overnight. Just a small rain chance possible plan for a partly to mostly cloudy sky with overnight low's dipping down into the low to mid seventies magic ball can't be ruled out and as we head into your Sunday A little bit drier. With the best rain chances off to the North and west. We'll call it a mix of sun and clouds with high temperatures approaching 90 degrees Wkrc Fox six meteorologist Matt Daniel, on your side on NewsRadio 1055 w E. R. C Right now it's 75 degrees at Birmingham's news, Traffic and Weather Station news radio 1055. Progressive presents the sounds of the old.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:45 min | Last week

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This fall and winter season By the time you mobilize The distribution of the vaccinations, and you get the majority or more of the population vaccinated and protected. That's likely not gonna happen to the mid or end of 2021 daily. New cases are hovering around 40,000 Nation. Why, Dr Fauci says. We need to decrease that numbers significantly if we want to return to life pre Cove it. That's Fox's Charles Waltz into adds Dr Fell. She's encouraging everyone to continue wearing masks, even when Outside. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told the virtual G seven meeting. Addressing the climate crisis that the time to address climate change is now the climate crisis. Israel and its consequences are undeniable. Rising sea levels horrific wildfire, savage drought. Certainly, Furman's devastating floods and life threatening air pollution will impact every nation on every continent. Pelosi says that only a global response to climate change will be enough to stop the pending crisis. Summonses are issued in ST Louis for BLM protesters back on June 28th Mark and Patricia McCloskey made headlines when they confronted Black lives matter. Demonstrators outside their home. ST Louis couple, claiming they were acting in self defense pointed loaded weapons at them, though no shots were fired. The McCloskey's have been slapped with felony weapons charges. But now nine of the more than 300 protesters who took part that day had been issued summons as well. They could be facing fines of up to $500 and up to 90 days in jail for trespassing on private property. No response has yet from the ST Louis Metropolitan Police Department. Karen McCue Fox News.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:25 min | Last month

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"They run fact checks on Donald Trump during the RNC. The big lie is that Donald Trump is a racist and exhibit A for that big lies the statement that Donald Trump allegedly made about Charlottesville. Very fine people on both sides. Jake Tapper acknowledge it wasn't true. Michael Smerconish acknowledge. It wasn't true. Both host on CNN Yet last night, Anderson Cooper of CNN allow Joe Biden to reiterate the same lie and to say that Donald Trump has never condemned David Duke and again and Cooper didn't say Jack. And Dorn is the widow of Captain David Door, and he is the man who was killed trying to guard a business during a riot in ST Louis. Hello. My name is Anne Dorn. I'd like to introduce you to my husband, David. Father of five brother, a 12. Grandfather of 10 friend for thousands. He was the most kind, dedicated, loving life partner. I could have hoped for. He had a big smile. And a heart to match He was blessed with the gift of Gabby and that gift enabled him to touch souls and inspire people, especially young people. Oh, how kids loved him and they really loved him back. Today was all about service, Hey, served 38 years in the ST Louis Metropolitan Police Department and six years as chief of police as them only acres Police department. After 44 years he retired from law enforcement, but he never retired from helping a friend in need. Since he befriended every person he met. He was a very busy man. One example of that was his friendship with the young man, namely, David met him when he was just a kid after members of his family were attacked and murdered. They took a special interest in the boy. They bonded and their friendship grew and remained strong. Throughout the years. Lee eventually opened a pawn shop. He trusted Dave implicitly and ask Dave to help with security. David readily agreed. One of the shops, alarm would go off the alarm company called Dave. He would investigate. If you gotta call her. If I went to bed, he would wake me up and tell me he was going to Lee's just to make sure of things all right? Most of the time they were false alarms triggered by a storm or animals. I never rested easily. Yes, I heard Davis Key turned the door knowing he was home safe. The alarm that went off the morning. June 2nd was for real. It was a violent night in ST Louis. Four officers were shot. Others were hit with rocks and fireworks. At least five businesses were damaged, looted or set on fire. As the officer, wellness coordinator and coordinator with the police department. I was keenly aware of the writing that spent the evening Getting ready to mobilize support for officers who were impacted. After I'd gone to bed, David received a call from Lee's alarm company, the front door of the pawn shop had been breached. This time, he didn't wake me up to tell me. He probably knew I would've tried to stop it or insist on going with him. As I slept, looters were ransacking the shop. They shot and killed David in cold blood and then live, streamed his execution and his last moments on Earth. David's grandson was watching the video on Facebook in real time. Not realizing he was watching his own grandfather dying on the sidewalk. I learned of all this around four iam one. Our doorbell ring. The chief of police was standing outside. I wondered why David not answered the door. It wasn't uncommon for him to be watching TV. At this time. I called out to him several times. There was no reply. He just wasn't there. I let in the chief I'm fighting back tears, He added the words every officer's foster. It's.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:28 min | Last month

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"A heart to match. He was blessed with the gift of Gabby and that gift enabled him to touch souls. Inspire people, especially young people. Oh, how kids loved him and they really loved him back. Today was all about service. He served 38 years in the ST Louis Metropolitan Police Department. And six years as chief of police as, UM, Only acres. Police department. After 44 years he retired from law enforcement. But he never retired from helping a friend in need. Since he befriended every person he met. He was a very busy man. One example of that was his friendship with the only in name only. David met him when he was just a kid after members of his family were attacked and murdered. They took a special interest in the boy. They bonded and their friendship grew and remained strong throughout the years. Only eventually opened a pawn shop. He trusted Dave implicitly, and I stayed to help with security. David readily agreed. One of the shops, alarm would go off. Alarm company called Dave He would investigate. If you gotta call her If I went to bed, he would wake me up and tell me he was going to lease Just to make sure everything's all right. Most of the time they were false alarms triggered by a storm or animals. I never arrested easily. Yes, I heard Davis Key turned the door knowing he was home safe. The alarm that went off the morning of June. 2nd was for real. It was a violent night in ST Louis. Four officers were shot. Others were hit with rocks and fireworks. At least five businesses were damaged. Looted or set on fire. As the officer, wellness coordinator and coordinator with the police department. I was keenly aware of the writing. I spent the evening Getting ready to mobilize support for officers who were impacted. After I'd gone to bed. David received a call from Lee's alarm company. Front door. The pawnshop had been breached. This time, he didn't wake me up to tell me. He probably knew I would have tried to stop it. Our insist on going with him. As I slept. Looters were ransacking the shop. He shot and killed David in cold blood. And then live streamed his execution and his last moments on Earth. Davis grandson was watching the video on Facebook in real time. Not realizing he was watching his own grandfather. Lying on the sidewalk. I learned of all this around for him when our doorbell ring The chief of police was standing outside. I wondered why David not answered the door. It wasn't uncommon for him to be of watching TV at this time. I called out to him several times. There was no reply. It just wasn't there. I let in the chief I'm fighting back tears, He added the words every officer SpA, Astrid's.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

08:44 min | 6 months ago

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"At the American enterprise institute on why it's not that easy for companies in the private sector to start making medical equipment if they're not in the medical field will get into that right now a light a cruise in the mayor of the city of Saint Louis is with us on the line and taking your questions good morning mayor Krewson how are you good morning Charlie how are you I'm doing fine yeah good thanks so much for joining us well I think some of us were stunned when we saw that the of the twelve individuals who so far as of last night had died in the city of Saint Louis of covert nineteen all African American well I guess the idea is we have to get the word out don't we we have to get the word out and we're doing that in in a number of ways but I think also what we're seeing here is decades of inequity in health care and services to the African American community are particularly low income community and so it's it's just much more devastating way it particularly if you have underlying health conditions and it's it's a heartbreaking heartbreaking situation if it's a result of of decades of of decisions that have been made and so we're doing our best right now to get testing so center set up we have three now that are in north St Louis and want to be sure that that folks can get tested and and frankly wants everyone to understand how important this is to practice the social distancing to stay at home and not to expose one another Merkerson obviously of utmost importance is the health of our first responders and many police departments including Saint Louis county is discussing the number of officers who have been infected with code of it why is this city not talking about that regarding the police officers well we do know that but you know this code nineteen affects every every walk of life police officers firefighters refuse workers healthcare workers it affects everyone and so what we are attempting to do here is just to respect the privacy of those people I know number those officers have posted on Facebook and I'm I'm familiar with that but where letting their information to be their information to share but of course any any information that when we have someone who is positive all their close contacts are contacted by our health department they are then if they meet the criteria they are quarantined for fourteen days to see if they develop symptoms and so it's really happening in every department and and frankly in every company what do we know how many officers in the St Louis Metropolitan Police department force are that are affected by covert nineteen or corona virus our health department does know that and it it's it's it's more more than one and not you know less with less than twenty so you know we have several officers but I'm just not at liberty to tell you the exact number at this point in time now with regarding the group's gathering you know and keep making sure that people are social distance scene we've talked about the parks and making sure there are green spaces for people in the city I is there any if park Rangers police officers patrolling the area looking for those gatherings to make sure those don't happen they they are we have a hundred nine park so and so our ability to be in every one of those parks all the time is is limited and so frankly that's why we're calling on the public to to understand the seriousness of this and and not to do really any gatherings if you can avoid it other than people that are in your own household and so yes we have park Rangers and we have police who are who are out there attempting to interact with folks and say Hey you you guys have to have to move apart here you can't gather so we do have that but up this also has to be some self initiated behavior here mayor Krewson now that county closed its parks do you foresee this city of Saint Louis closing its one hundred and nine parks you know it's I just hung up with with a conversation with Sam page about this and at this point I don't see the city closing our parks our ability to do that would be very limited our parks don't for the most part don't have gates on and we have a couple and we have closed those two cars in order to give the space in parks over to walkers and folks that are jogging and that sort of thing so we have taken a little different approach than just flat closing the parks will close playgrounds with closed court and we've closed roads to cars in order to give people on foot the access to the parks and that I imagine falls into the trusting the public as well is that people will not gather in the parks and they will social distance and as long as people are respecting that then the city can also continue to respect the parks by keeping them open and allowing health equity or what you would call it because it grows in the parks will affect people of different socioeconomic backgrounds in different ways it absolutely will and you know the city is also a bit denser for the most part van than most of St Louis county I can't speak for all of it but you know we have a lot of people who are in apartments who are in multi family buildings you don't have a yard who who really need the ability to get out and take a walk in the park we know that being outside of getting a little sunshine getting little exercise is good not just for you physically but also for you mentally especially during this really high stress time of of the stay at home order and so if there's a balancing act here up to try to leave as much access for for folks as possible and I just I think it's important to keep our parks opens in the city of Saint Louis particularly when you think about Boston which has a curfew now from nine PM to six AM so I think that that's interesting Boston is a very very dense city may even denser than than we are of course it's something that we have talked about I think about it in a couple of different ways one of our grocery stores are open generally till at least ten o'clock at night and we don't want to crunch more people into fewer hours for doing their getting buying food and essential services but it isn't out of the realm of possibilities you know I think about it in a very practical way to all the folks who have dogs to walk their dog at ten o'clock before they go to bed or ten thirty well I guess I'd have to move the dog walking up to eight thirty or something as we head into these longer days that we're having now it's it's light now till I don't know after eight and pretty soon it'll be light till nine o'clock so I I just I'm trying to think about how to maintain as many of freedoms if you will for people and still have a situation that is safe Lyda Krewson the mayor of the city of Saint Louis with us on the TDK technologies gas line thank you so much for joining us today and we wish you the best and we hope to talk to you again soon thank you guys you guys are so important to getting this message out thank you for doing it I mean your listeners rely on you so the media is more important than ever today I think so thank you thank you so much for those guidelines okay we're gonna take a break here and come back do you think we're gonna be hand shaking in the future Tony Fauci who of course heads up the National Institute of health allergies and infectious diseases department says maybe not what else that's just around the corner on KMOX you know I was out walking around the yard yesterday speaking of parks and enjoying the green space and it really just hits you how much offense.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

15:42 min | 1 year ago

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"Backyard. News is a cactus a tree. Are you the desert still it's gotta now the cat this is a lot yeah yeah. Oh Man <hes> what's the next thing Oh okay well. We'll go from <hes> racist marvel in real life to racist fake marvel the St Louis Metropolitan Police Department the Police Union <hes> police unions the only unions that do dot fucking deserve to exist fuck them <hes> Saint Louis Police Union asked its officers opposed the fucking punisher logo in solitary with cops who are under investigation more empathetic punish. Sure Punisher is a marvel character who is a mass murdering vigilante psychopath and that's it you know he's he's the type of character that like you know in some some hands he's he's done a as an interesting treatise on what revenge means and what it does to your soul and mostly he's that sort of like the worst impulses of comics which is like this like. There's clear good clear or evil <hes> oh it just happens the eagles usually brown and by people a- well <hes> you should murder them. You know he's he's basically something that is an interesting character who <hes> if he existed in real life would be. Let's is check the ROLODEX. Yes he'd be a fucking racist police officer Faulk Ham do you if if you're a cop and you think it's cool to be the punisher. The punisher just exists on like twitter as is like a fucking barbecue becky with guns and murder fuck this shit I don't know I wish I could get mad at you. I just don't care about comic books but I was so much that but it's a little bit right like you know this is clearly station of what goes on and cops heads like they somehow think they're these heroes and they have these like infantile views of how justice and Reality Works and they also think that they're being unfairly maligned for the murders that they do so fuck police unions most importantly oh speaking of police. You're doing great today. Yeah Yeah <hes> an Ohio police officer in full uniform. <hes> black man gun pulled on him because these security guard the white security guard tried to arrest the police officer for carrying a gun realized I just said a verbal pretzel that it if you think about the facts they are that confusing. A black cop got a gun pulled on him for being armed while shopping how fucking possible then Lucas County the deputies deputies name is Alan Gaston and she went to I._R._S.. Office another security guards at I._R._S. offices and he has his badge. There's a picture of this looks like a cop if I ever seen one dad security guard on him yeah so I guess it's like any anyone who you know. especially like police of color like this is how how people see you dogs like. Maybe think about what that thin Blue Line really means. They don't say U._S.. People even dot com your real enemies are white people with <hes> since wasn't for a good song. Was that a good song you're great that fun <hes> we already got it and Zig mixing it down perfect first and then and lastly. What did you do <hes> last <hes> July thirteenth? What did you do on Friday? <hes> where you like a racist asked Governor Billy of Tennessee <hes> signing proclamation mation to mark <hes> Nathan Bedford Forrest Day Aka the first grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan has a holiday in Tennessee. I was not doing that but that's only because all the bed-and-breakfasts so I had to do my other favorite weekend trip which was <hes> you know just go down to several civil rights museums it just full by arms outside and go. I sure about that. I don't know fucking thing. Where are you have? We talked about this feeling. We must have on this like I feel like every time like people are like the north is just as racist as the south like I feel shit like this makes it clear that like the North is Super Racist Super Super Racist and it is also at the same time much less racist than the south that fair Mike white nuts. No I think it's just like different <unk>. I get what people are saying because in I've not lived in the south but I've toured their extensively spent enough time to have a real affinity for a lot of it and I get that what people are saying about how things are so much more like unspoken in the north and you're more likely to see a integrated communities in the south numb more likely but that's some people's argument is that people tend to live side-by-side a bit more and that the racism is just kind of like baked in an older so I understand why people point at the north and even the West the west coast has its own weird shit with race where we're just like. We can't tell it nothing's happening here. We have the mountains the ocean the snow all within two hours and then you're like black people and they're like what I think that just some this is just an example of like things that are just so baked into the fabrics of these towns and into people's history and legacy that feel so much more shockingly racist to those of us who didn't grow up themselves but we got our own problems here countries. He's bad. How will we all settle on that the whole place doing it right racist racist racist country I mean we literally like force people to come here and build it and then have been benefitting off of that so it's not going to it didn't start right? It's not going to end upright going good. Jesus Christ well one silver lining to that tiny silver lining is Oscar Montoya came in hung out with us that was fun walls trying to say that a silver lining of being from this terrible country means that people like Oscar are also here and that's fun. I didn't get it'd be honest. I hadn't thought it throws scrambled for a segue here we here. We are behind the podcast telling you how we care from point eight point two does segue funny. I do have to warn listeners. I just glistened back to this interview. We are so Punchy Day are losing our minds he has no. We started recording at this weird kind of night. This is the first interview we did so please. Pardon me I'm not gonNA speak for myself. <unk> Parni for absolutely just shrieking with laughter talking about nonsense for I want to say ninety eight percent of this interview parted party. De drew parted edgy need help edge edger tired Oscars great. This is a little bit of M._S.. But I love it. God amazing. Here's Oscar Montoya.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The sergeant with the st louis metropolitan police department i've been in officer for seventeen years i wanted to be a police officer my entire life i always love the uniform i always love my connections that i had when i met police officers i'm currently the president of the ethical society of police the purpose of the ethical society of police is for us to bridge the gap with communication between the police department and the community there is a large disconnect throughout the country between the community and officers our community they don't really know what we do internally and we haven't done a good job with connected to them all my relationship with the community that i serve i think it's a stellar it's pretty good i'm often contacted via email home phone calls at work in regards to what i do you know what i my connect seen as a homicide sergeant i think i have a level of empathy that people see that's honasan open in and i'm not afraid to admit when our police department is wrong or when i'm wrong st louis represents the you know how it is just about everywhere the lack of communication consistently with the community outreach with community oriented policing gene it's very strained we were form because of racism internally and you have to understand that igf like john nearly can then become external ultimately the divide is there in you have this strained relationship in you disconnect on things that should be is something that we should be able to come together four mike crime you know a lot of times people's afraid to reach out to us as officers because they don't trust us now i've also had an ioc who was killed by law enforcement in nineteen ninety two and i understand the pain in the anguish they goals with at not knowing and waiting for the facts to come out and not receiving information right away so when we create our community outreach and organisational division it sometimes difficult because you've had systemically over time you've had issues with police in the community that means is passed down to generation degeneration in that disconnect gis remains my attitudes about policing have changed ally not from the standpoint of.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Our heritage overnight as we're heading into the morning clear an pool as we head down to fifty one degrees but for the rest of you sandra day it's one of the united states sunny skies giving up to seventy eight a new jersey agency issues of scary the report about the state's spca mortgage asian suggests wasting taxpayer money here's kyw david madden a sixty two page report from the state commission of investigation harkens back to an earlier probe of the spca fifteen years ago maintains most of the problems cited then still exist now as he i spokeswoman kathy riley says you organization could take care of most of the state concerns by following the first reports suggestions tops the list the removal of the enforcement role from hiv and redefining that function to government it seemed like a simple clearcut bec because you're have animal control officers and every minute the pouty in new jersey the spca says animal control was one thing animal cruelty is another in the cops dole lump that job they suggest that the state once government to handle animal cruelty issues changed the law to make that happen david madden kyw newsradio philadelphia's top irs agent is being charged with sexual abuse by authorities in st louis the st louis metropolitan police department says fifty fouryearold gregory ford has been charged with sexually assaulting a female coworker back in september loyd is special agent in charge of.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Committee today in response to police actions following the jason stockily murder trial cable exurbs brian feldman is live at city hall with what concerns the committee may bring up ryan tom during the protests following jason stock not guilty verdict several officers allegedly chanted quote who streets our streets in response in front of protesters chief o'toole also drew criticism when he said police quote 'owned it tonight now the board of alderman wants to know more about how police handled does protests on friday the board of alderman passed a resolution calling for interim chief oh tool to appear before the public safety committee this morning now that is not a binding resolution so there's no word of cheeful tool will actually appear at this morning's committee meeting reporting live brian feldman newsradio eleven twenty kmox it's this cabin kalina's kamel ex news first reported the push for police body cameras has hit a speed bump in the city mayor light a cruz in refusing to sign the contract for a free one year trowel run she's learned the data storage costs are considerably estimate i think is about four million dollars for the first year of the free body cameras that doesn't mean it's not a good deal to get free body cameras they just means that there's more to it than that and says she still once fully body cameras but it's now a budget thing trying to find the money and st louis police officer clear to return to duty after being dismissed last year as not yet back on the job now supporters have captain ryan cousins are wondering what's behind the delay wire with very outspoken the be all armor the previous administration or you could get rid of throw leader words on the border or did opd sergeant jason lund says the st louis metropolitan police department has not only failed to set a return date for cousins that they are an adequately investigating the officers who appear to.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Approved a resolution on friday to have o'toole appear before the public safety committee today the aclu filed a lawsuit in september alleging that police violated people civil rights during the protests following jason stock we've trial o'toole has defended the officers noting more than thirty of them were injured during the protests both he and mayor light a than have asked the us department of justice to conduct an independent investigation of police actions reporting live brian feldman newsradio eleven twenty kmox this is kevin kalina's kmox news first reported mayor crews an is refusing to sign a contract for that one year free trial run of police body cameras after finding out some hidden costs well i i think what the situation is here is it's not quite as simple as getting a free body camera it's like if somebody gives you a free cell phone you still have to have the cell phone plan the mayor says she supports police spotty cameras but cannot signed a deal that obligates the city to as much as four million dollars a year in data storage cost if the money's not there as st louis police officer cleared to return to duty after being dismissed last year is not yet back on the job now supporters have captain ryan cousins are wondering what's behind the delay or with very outspoken appeal earlier the previous administrator or you could get rid of throw leader word look for about thirteen jason lund says the st louis metropolitan police department has not only failed us at a return date for cousins but they are in to adequately investigating officers who appear to have provided false statements that helped get cousins fired in the first place we'll check in with roger.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The aclu of missouri filing another lawsuit against police officers for alleged misconduct during protests this one stemming from incidents had happened in 2015 it was after the police shooting of mansoor ball bay in the city's fountain park neighborhood aclu spokeswoman danielle ovallis quest says it alleges city and st clair county officers retaliated against two protesters several blocks away in long after the protest was over about thirty minutes after that the demonstration had to spare came down in the fly uh what truck and threw teargas cannisters and pepper spray at two of our witnesses ecu two of our plaintiff the suit also alleges officers used tear gas in the entire neighborhood the federal suit comes a week after the aclu of missouri sued the city of st louis for officers actions during the first week of the stockily protests a resolution honoring police for their work since the stockily verdict introduced to the board of alderman yesterday are kevin coline was there whereas the board of ottoman acknowledging commend that men and women as st louis metropolitan police department is sponsoring alderman giovea carroll who has two sons on the pa police department says he wants to make a point there's two sides to every story this city needs to come together on all sides just last week alderman john mahama introduced his resolution uttering the suspected drug dealer who was shot and killed by officer stockily i don't agip to anything that's ottoman police but i do object this resolution because it a mode of any intent behind it which i think is undermining the resolution operas in it last week kevin cooling newsradio eleven twenty came on the resolution was moved to a committee for more discussion later of mira crews sin was at the board to show her support for that resolution think it's appropriate that he did a resolution in honor of of our police who have worked long and hard hours um to try to keep both protesters demonstrators safe as well as the general public rousson says our actions last week hugging the mother of anthony lamar smith at the board takes nothing away from her support for police she says she was showing kindness to a grieving mother kmox news time is 707 a child was hurt last night in a hit and run accident and nor st louis just before eight in the five thousand block of code brilliant the.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Jason stockily the st louis metropolitan police department officer with murdering with murder for the killing of anthony lamar smith this goes all the way back to 2011 talk about swift justice according to the probable cause statement stockily was caught saying that he was gonna kill this blanket a blank don't you know it and was heard telling another officer to drive in a smith slowing car court documents submitted by these st louis circuit attorney said stockley that approach smith's window fired fivetimes into the car hitting smith with each shot killing him in addition the prosecutor said that there was a gun found in smith's carb they didn't find any d a on it they only at the dna from the police officer anyway joining us on the ground in st louis as we speak as this crowd gathers is kevin jackson fox news contributor author of a bestselling books and the radio host of his own right how are you john good i gotta tell you i've been here sunday and i forgot about this case and uh but you can cut the tension in inner city with a knife if absolutely it it it truly extraordinary it doesn't look good kevin looks so looks a little bit too reminiscent of things we've seen in the past this is ferguson revisited in and it's it's montior repair and you know the the burn it come out and now you know everybody you can you can you can tell there they wanted a hurry there were people here i've been here that have been here since sunday i would at the coffee shop to grab coffee in a neighborhood every day and there would be more and more people wearing urban league church and level acp et cetera so you could you knew the credits which here and i was a out having dinner designing wrong with the urban league the naacp be in there i mean there's nothing wrong with being here but i'm saying are you saying there from other cities and they were following the case other cities you you you could tell he rookie where it had come in from other city and they were after ready to protest and when they started earlier today on during the protests are only about nine people and suddenly there the crowd and i.

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"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"st louis metropolitan police department" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"The news the committee and chris roy director of the federal bureau every day donald trump jr retrospect faye dunaway differently louis into perjury davis trees of lewis' of them used in federal first of all the fm talk seven one garmin face the voters who should be fitness younger smarter vader paul welcome back to insider talk i'm your host rodney void today folks were talking with chief larry o'toole who is the acting chief for the st louis metropolitan police department are an a really appreciate you take in this sunday to come in and to give some insights into you as person police officer and your vision for the department we talked in the first segment about your career you spent thirty five years of your life chief as a police officer and you know one of the things that i have been able to see as a person who worked in a criminal justice system is just the volatility of the job me to be a police officer i i used to say to police officers who many of whom are still more france today it's a special calling brother says i i i don't know i never had that in my dna and i salute the men and women that really get the call and do it well because it is a thankless thankless job even when you're getting thanked but i wanted to talk a little bit about how the career has changed when you think of all society today everybody knows everybody agrees we have and and we can just use the city's lewis as the backdrop we have very trouble school situation failing schools family structure throughout the various neighborhoods in the city is is on life support more on mean each there's no to your home is in some instances just nonexistent for a lot of the young adults unemployment all these all these for the societal ills and have nothing to do with the police officer become uh the context for which you have to be a police officer so highly you as the chief and when you keep it and i was gonna say this earlier spent most of your career trying to make sure larry o'toole was okay okay you're at the bourne your career now we got to make sure that the hundreds of offices that work for you that there okay so how do you can help these officers your officers deal with the fact.

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