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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

05:29 min | 4 months ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Then misquoted some laws to keep him out of the room district attorney. Andrew wobble said tuesday that the deputies who fatally shot andrew brown last month were justified in using deadly force saying brown recklessly drove at the at the officers on scene while trying to flee which is not true. It is absolutely not true quote. Mr brown's death while tragic was justified. Because mr brown's actions caused three deputies to reasonably believe it was necessary to use deadly force to protect themselves and others. That's according to campbell round shot twice including wants to the back of the head past. Tank county sheriff's deputies and elizabeth city north carolina on april twenty first when they attempted to serve to felony warrants and a search warrant. Of course wobble went over his drug history and his felonies and painted him in this bad light. There were four body camera video shown to the public for the first time which showed the entirety of the incident which lasted forty four seconds from the time. The officers exit their vehicle to the time. Brown is removed from his after he crashed into that tree after being shot in the back of the head in coming to his decision not to charge the officers wamba relied on an investigative report in the shooting conducted by the north carolina. State bureau's investigation. That report is not going to be publicly released so the public can't see to report the public can't see all the bodycam dash footage. The blue wall of silence is alive. And well here in this investigation. I've seen the publicly released video. I have to tell you. Wobble justifying brown's execution based on the fact that he quote hit or swerved or recklessly drove toward other officers with his car is simply ally the cop who the car touched by the way not because the car was going toward the cop but because the cop had to dive toward the car for a couple of yards just to hit it with his hand none of the cops were endanger But they are justifying his murder by saying he was a danger to the public. Not just the officers but a danger to the public driving away which justifies deadly force. If they they say and their if you let a suspect go. That's a danger to the public. Then you have have the right to use deadly force to stop them and they claim that even though the day before a deputy gave brown a ride home and the thing that strikes me is the. Da is friendly with the cops because by nature. The da relies on police work to make their case same with a medical examiner. They all work together to me. It is a glaring conflict of interest. That the da's alone deciders to whether or not to prosecute cops that shoot people if they don't protect the cops it's strange their ability to work together in the future. I'm reminded of the whole thing about military commanders being the ones that make the decisions about prosecuting crimes in their chain of command right. I believe the decision to prosecute police. Shootings should be decided by someone other than a person that relies on the police to do their job. One hundred percent absolutely absolutely. Thank you for the story. Obviously keep you updated on. What happens there now. This next one goes back to voting rights in the waning hours very early of the legislative session the alabama legislature has passed a bill to ban curbside voting now. The thing is curbside. Voting is not practiced in alabama. Just a lot of wasted time but became a topic during last year's election because cove in nineteen and because of federal lawsuit over the issue. The senate passed the bill. Twenty five to six after voting to cut off debate democratic senators arguing against the bill. Obviously because we usually argue against anything that's going to suppress the vote. Republican support the ban on curbside voting. Because they say it would jeopardize ballots security to allow people to cast votes from their vehicles rather than having to go inside the polling place. Democrats oppose the bill and say curbside. Voting has potential as a way to expand voting access. Of course it does senate minority leader. Bobby singleton he's a democrat in. Greensboro is arguing against the bill. Tonight he said we should be embracing those things that bring people out to the polls singleton is filibustering to try to block a vote in the senate now last year some voters advocacy groups filed a federal lawsuit challenging some bama voting laws overly restrictive during the covid nineteen pandemic federal judge ruled that counties should be able to offer curbside voting secretary of state john merrill and attorney general. Steve marshall appealed the. Us supreme court granted their request to block the judge's ruling from taking effect for the general election last year. That's why they didn't have curbside voting during covid right so the legislative session has to end by midnight now. A bill to allow voters to decide whether to allow a lottery and casinos had not been considered today after stalling on may sixth the last day lawmakers met before today a bill to ban hormone treatments and surgeries as transitional therapies for transgender. Minors has not been considered yet but that could be considered before the session ends before midnight. Tonight senate calendar also includes an abortion related. Bill it says if a child is born alive after an attempted abortion. The doctor has to provide the same care to keep the child alive as would apply to any other child at birth. Hopefully that filibuster. Well go through midnight and they won't consider those other bills that would be wonderful. Yeah you're right all right. We'll be right back with the obstacles facing those who want to root out cops that associate with extremist groups and later. I'll be speaking with mass. You him from talking points memo about insurrectionists blaming trump further lawlessness. Stay with us..

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:33 min | 5 months ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To pray for me. You know, in their time of grieving Sheriff. I guess I would put to you the question that I imagine the brown family might if they were on the line with us. As the sheriff who supervised the officers who were there that night. How did this go so badly wrong? How it goes wrong. Law enforcement when you go to call to call As you could imagine, is So unpredictable. And it's very difficult. Anybody, much less law enforcement. You know when you have to react in a fraction of a second So it's just it's hard to give you exact. You know an exact answer on that. Be very specific. It just It's just so unpredictable is the best work I could think of. I know a preliminary investigation has been completed. Can you give us any sense of what it says when that will be released? Yes. I can tell you that A preliminary investigation is doing. You know which you know they still have some work to do. Um, we have we have for the deputies are back on the job. There was seven on administrative leave. As you know, what I was gonna say, is just to ask for everybody to please, please, please have a much patience as possible. You know, so that the State Bureau investigation can complete the full investigation and in its entirety because at the end of the day, it's so hard with the crisis that's sweeping the nation that we're dealing with it. We didn't want it to but unfortunately hit right here in little old lives. The city, North Carolina. And You can not rush these investigations. There has to be a very credible and accountable and transparent investigation in order to have true justice. Tell me what Hey, is sheriff in Pasco Tank County in North Carolina. Sheriff wouldn't thank you for speaking with us. Yes, ma'am. Thank you so much for having me. I appreciate it. Central American families continue to surge across the southern border of the U. S seeking a decent life free of hunger and fear. The largest group is coming from Honduras. It's the second poorest country in the hemisphere, and it's been hit by a multitude of calamities from the pandemic to back to back major hurricanes. NPR's John Burnett has been looking into the exodus and he joins us now from San Pedro Sula. Welcome back, John. Hi, Audie. So you're on the ground there talking to people. And what are you hearing about The reasons why many are leaving Well, there's not one reason it's a combination of joblessness and misery and a loss of any semblance of hope. Final turn of the Screw was a direct hit from two major Atlantic Hurricanes Atta and Iota last November and five months later. People don't call the disaster by the storm name like they do in the Gulf south. They call it by what it was like Diana, literally the fill in the solar Valley, where I am five Rivers surged out of their banks and became a lake. It covered everything. Towns, banana plantations, even the international airport. What's that area like now? Well, I want to sue that planet to its an impoverished, gang ridden low lying part of San Pedro Sula, and they're still digging out of that stinking dried mud. I met Blanca Muddy Sabah Legace off 41, year old mother and tortillas seller. That's a say, love Someone rescued but something on tops of their houses for 2 to 3 days that food or water in the hot sun. We thought it was a flood like something out of the Bible..

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on AP News

"Boat operators, Psi Corps Marine LLC and its affiliates. PSI Corps Lift Boats LLC for the accident. I Mike Rossio. AP News I'm to McGuire, a CBC advisory panel recommends the resumption of the Johnson and Johnson single Dose Corona virus vaccine. Which has been paused for the past two weeks. The advisers acknowledged the risk is serious. But small noting about 15 cases out of nearly eight million people who received the vaccine benefits our farm credo. Dr Katherine Polling was among 10 advisers voting to recommend the CDC end the Johnson and Johnson pause. Dr Sarah Long voted no, saying the panel should have also recommended warning about the risk and telling people other vaccines are available. I'm very sorry. That we haven't chosen to put up front. The knowledge that we have. European regulators have already allowed the J and J shot to be used again. Saga, um agony Washington demands have been made for the release of body camera video of Sheriff deputy shooting and killing Andrew Brown Jr as they were trying to arrest him on a pair of drug warrants. Has cooked in county, North Carolina. Sheriff Tommy wouldn't A second says the judge has to order the release of the video. There is body camera footage of the attempt to arrest Mr Brown. The State Bureau investigation has this footage and it can only be released by Judge. The deputies, including a SWAT team went to Brown's home and Elizabeth City Wednesday.

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on AP News

"Boat operators, Psi Corps Marine LLC and its affiliates. PSI Corps Lift Boats LLC for the accident. I might cross e O AP News I'm to McGuire, a CDC advisory panel recommends a resumption of the Johnson and Johnson single Dose Corona virus vaccine, which has been paused for the past two weeks. The advisers acknowledged the risk it's serious but small noting about 15 cases out of nearly eight million people who receive The vaccine benefits our farm created. Dr Katherine polling was among 10 advisers voting to recommend the CDC end the Johnson and Johnson pause. Doctor Sarah Long voted no, saying the panel should have also recommended warning about the risk and telling people other vaccines are available. I'm very sorry. That we haven't chosen to put up front. The knowledge that we have. European regulators have already allowed the J and J shot to be used again. Saga REM agony Washington demands have been made for the release of body camera video of Sheriff deputy shooting and killing Andrew Brown Jr as they were trying to arrest him on a pair of drug warrants. Has cooked in county, North Carolina. Sheriff Tommy would in a second says the judge has to order the release of the video. There is body camera footage of the attempt to arrest Mr Brown. The State Bureau investigation has this footage and it can only be released by Judge. The deputies, including a SWAT team went to Brown's home and Elizabeth City Wednesday.

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on AP News

"Lift boat operators, Psi Corps Marine LLC and its affiliates. PSI Corps Lift Boats LLC for the accident. I Mike Rossio AP News I'm to McGuire, a CVC advisory panel recommends a resumption of the job. Student Johnson single Dose Corona virus vaccine, which has been paused for the past two weeks. The advisers acknowledged the risk. It's serious but small noting about 15 cases out of nearly eight million people who received the vaccine. The benefits are farm created. Dr Katherine Polling was among 10 advisers voting to recommend the CDC end the Johnson and Johnson pause. Dr Sarah Long voted no, saying the panel should have also recommended warning about the risk and telling people other vaccines are available. I'm very sorry. That we haven't chosen to put up front. The knowledge that we have. European regulators have already allowed the J and J shot to be used again. Saga REM agony Washington demands have been made for the release of body camera video of Sheriff deputy shooting and killing Andrew Brown Jr as they were trying to arrest him on a pair of drug warrants. Has cooked in county, North Carolina. Sheriff Tommy wouldn't a second says the judge has to order the release of the video. There is body camera footage of the attempt to arrest Mr Brown. The state bureau investigation has this footage and it can only be released by Judge. The deputies, including a SWAT team went to Brown's home and Elizabeth City Wednesday morning..

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on AP News

"The world. The provider Radic says it is working to restore service. I'm to McGuire AP News for Friday. April 23rd I'm Tim McGuire. Federal health officials let the paws on using the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine. The acting commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration made the announcement of full confidence that this vaccines known and potential benefits outweigh its known and potential risks. After being halted for 11 days because of rare blood clots developing in at least 15. Women held, experts say the risk is minuscule and the benefits of the J and J one and done shocked are substantial. The CDC is Dr Rochelle will Lynskey for every one million doses of this vaccine. J and J vaccine could prevent over 650 hospitalizations and 12 deaths, She says women will be told of the risk of blood clots and be given a choice of another vaccine. Jackie Quinn, Washington The shots could resume as early as Saturday. Seven Pasquotank County, North Carolina deputies are on leave following the shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr. A black man They were trying to arrest Wednesday morning at his home in Elizabeth City. At least one of the deputies involved was wearing a body camera county Sheriff Tommy wouldn't the third says the judge has to order the release of the video. There is body camera footage of the attempt to arrest Mr Brown. The State Bureau investigation has this footage and it can only be released by Judge Associated Press and a number of other news organizations have petitioned a judge to make the.

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:25 min | 5 months ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on AP News

"The CDC is going over the next step after pausing the use of Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine, CDC advisor in pediatrician Dr Pablo Sanchez. Says he understands the risk of getting the Johnson and Johnson vaccine blood clots, not a mild, It's not insignificant risk. It makes me nervous. The cases are rare, the CDC says they're aware of 15 cases of the unusual clots. All were women, most of them under 53 died, seven remain hospitalized. The CDC is Dr Sarah Oliver went over a model showing the risks of clots or TTS and the benefits of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine 26 cases of tea. Yes, will occur among the 9.8 million persons vaccinated. And that about 2200 deaths and 1400 ICU admissions would be prevented. The CDC is also recommending pregnant people get vaccinated. President Biden wrapped up his climate summit today, he says it's a start start of a Rose will take us to Glascow for the U. N climate Change conference in November where we're gonna make these commitments real. But in all of our nation's on a path to a secure, prosperous and sustainable future, White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the president's first overseas trip will be in June, The Group of seven summit in England, followed by EU and NATO meetings in Brussels. This triple highlight his commitment to restoring our alliances. To revitalizing the transatlantic relationship and working in close cooperation with our allies and multilateral partners to address global challenges. It looks like California's Democratic governor, Gavin Newsom, may face a recall former Olympian and reality TV personality. Caitlyn Jenner, a Republican, says she will run for governor. Elaine Maxwell pleaded not guilty in New York to new charges. She recruited teenage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse at his posh homes. The Dow closed up 227 points. This is AP News Japan is issued a third coronavirus state of emergency for Tokyo and three other district's three months before the start of the Tokyo Olympics. Prime Minister just to Hide a Sudha announced the emergency for Tokyo and three other cities from April 25 through two May 11 Japan's third emergency since the pandemic comes only a month after an earlier toothless emergency ended in the Tokyo area. This time after our law stipulating various measures was toughened in February, authorities can issue binding orders of business is too short from there hours or close. Soo Gar says the step was intended to stop people from traveling over upcoming holidays. I'm Charles Dillon. Asthma family accused of selling a toxic industrial bleach as a corona virus cure through their Florida based church has been indicted on federal charges. Members of the green on family face possible life sentences if convicted. Ed Donahue. AP News JOHNSON and Johnson VACCINE I'm to McGuire with an AP News Minute AH Government Health advisory panel debated whether to resume the single dose Johnson and Johnson shots after finding 15 cases of unusual blood clots since the government authorized used to the vaccine and nearly eight million shots were given. All of the cases were women. Three have died. Seven others remained hospitalized. The CDC is Dr Sarah Oliver says the modeling shows the benefits versus risks in resuming the shots. The model predicts that 26 cases of TTS will occur among the 9.8 million persons vaccinated. And that about 2200 deaths and 1400 ICU admissions would be prevented. One consideration is whether healthy, younger adults might be better off with a different vaccine. Malware attack triggered reservation system outages it about 20 low cost airlines around the world. The provider Radic says it is working to restore service. I'm to McGuire AP News for Friday. April 23rd I'm Tim McGuire. Federal health officials let the paws on using the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine. The acting commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration made the announcement of full confidence that this vaccines known and potential benefits outweigh its known and potential risks. After being halted for 11 days because of rare blood clots developing in at least 15. Women held, experts say the risk is minuscule and the benefits of the J and J one and done shocked are substantial. The CDC is Dr Rochelle will Lynskey for every one million doses of this vaccine. J and J Vaccine could prevent over 650 hospitalizations and 12 deaths, She says women will be told of the risk of blood clots and be given a choice of another vaccine. Jackie Quinn, Washington The shots could resume as early as Saturday. Seven Pasquotank County, North Carolina deputies are on leave following the shooting death of Andrew Brown Jr Black man. They were trying to arrest Wednesday morning at his home in Elizabeth City. At least one of the deputies involved was wearing a body camera county Sheriff Tommy wouldn't the third says the judge has to order the release of the video. There is body camera footage of the attempt to arrest Mr Brown. The State Bureau investigation has this footage and it can only be released by Judge Associated Press and a number of other news organizations have petitioned a judge to make the.

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

Five four two and the Blue

07:18 min | 5 months ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

"Thank you victoria for the introduction and starting to out and for running the control board i victoria has got us a new studio temporarily to record in and that may be why my voice sounds a little bit different. She says it will sound better. we will. We shall see as victoria said at the beginning. We are felon file. Which is a podcast discussion of crime. Punishment law enforcement issues court cases. The good guys. The bad guys criminals and such with stories from the past president of future that i hope you guys will find interesting starting out. We're gonna talk about a recent occurrence. This information came out the week that i'm doing this recording fairly good news. I believe a bunkum. County judge judge calvin hill dismissed a misdemeanor charge against a former senior asheville. Police officer anthony sore angela. Tarantula had been accused striking intoxicated man during an arrest on hendersonville road in february one year ago. A twenty twenty. He was charged in june of twenty. Twenty judge calvin hill dismissed misdemeanor. Simple assault case against him this past friday february twelfth after the buck county district attorney presented its evidence. The north carolina state bureau of investigation conducted a review of the incident and found zero evidence that my client had done anything other than defend himself. According to soar angelo's attorney the truth is my client was arresting on an individual according to the attorney while being taken into custody that arrest. T repeatedly kicked my client in the groin. His stopped the assault. My client struck the arrest. He wants the facts. Were never in question and the law was always on his side. The officer is a member of the north carolina. 'bout chapter of the north carolina police benevolent association were pba. They helped get the attorney and provided legal assistance for the officer. The pba is now looking at the looking at the possibility of civil action against the bulk of canada district. Attorney mr todd williams for what they call as militias prosecution They had sat down with district attorney and sent him numerous letters to explain the circumstances of the incident. The da did provide a statement to the media quote last march. I requested that north carolina. Sbi conducted investigation after the asheville police department referred an officers use of force to me for review. The state bureau of investigation investigated the incident in obtained a criminal summons after a showing of probable cause to a magistrate. My office proceeded to trial and presented evidence which included bodycam footage to the core. The state respects but disagree with judge hills ruling dismissing charges against the officer at the close of the state's evidence. Excuse me scott. I wanted to ask earlier. If you know judge hill. I mean from your time working at the asheville police department. Yes actually. I do know chech- him. I testified before judge hill. Then judge hill was the defense attorney for a defended. I was prosecuted. I have the utmost respect for judge hill. He's very very smart man in very tall. But i do not see judge. You'll making a mistake in his ruling after reviewing the evidence. It's unfortunate that it took on tire year to get the case in court where the officer could have his name clear. There has been a large support. Four anthony in the community and hopefully he'll get back to his law enforcement career. Now if you go back to february of twenty twenty asheville police department released a press. Release that. I've got a copy of the release stated that. Wow officers attempted to rest this individual intoxicated person. They responded to the man who was lying on hendersonville road. He was in the roadway intoxicated. He became agitated and combative. The officer was assisting him into a patrol vehicle and they confirmed force was used during the rest and according to the release after reviewing the events. The police the asheville police chief. david zack. Determine data criminal investigation was necessary and the bunk county district. Attorney's office was notified that was in february in march. The fbi was requested to conduct the independent investigation and once it was completed it was submitted to the district attorney's office and after review the district attorney. Mr williams requested that the state bureau investigation charge the officer with misdemeanor simple assault. He was charged in place on investigative suspension pending the completion of an internal review. And unfortunately his employment was terminated in september of twenty twenty. I'm glad anthony's name has been cleared that he was acting in defense. He was acting in defense of himself. And i wish him a very good law enforcement career in the future. As do i thank you antony your service and good luck. This next story comes from the west. Coast in oregon. A mother going to a butcher shop in beaverton oregon left her car running in front of the shop. Not unusual a lot of people do that. It's also not unusual. That a carjacker will steal the car while it sitting there idling this time in particular though.

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

Five four two and the Blue

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

"When interviewed by the -tective and asked about anything usual you told them his wife Kat Katie and recently given away Dixie lead it. Know anything about the man who take in the knock dog. Forensic technician said collected fingerprints and hair at the crime scene, and it also conducted aluminum test. Now Luna is a chemical search for blood. Them produces a Clo- when the chemical reacts with the Iron in the hemoglobin. They found slight smears of blood using this process on the walls and in the master bedroom. And it was determined that someone had tried to clean. Some of the blood up. Later. A tip came in from a young age Patrick Code. Who informed detectives that on Friday morning at around three thirty am? He had seen a tall white man, wearing jeans knit cap in a black members only jacket. Leaving the east bombs driveway with a garbage bag slung over his shoulder. Mr Cohen was a janitor who shift started early in the morning, and it was common for him to be walking that way. On his way to work. He reported. The man said to him. Quote leaving a little early this morning. and. He headed in the opposite direction of Mr Comb and when cone stop thinking that was kind of strange in turned, he saw the tail lights. The White Chevette before the car pulled away now. Cohn was able to work with north. Carolina State Bureau Investigations Agent and was able to create a composite sketch of the man. After the house was released from evidence collection. The husband. Went Back with detectives looking for anything that might be missing. NYMPH ELOPE of cash. Katie's ATM card in a piece of paper with the ATM Password were discovered missing. Now later that week. Tim Heinous was at home, having lunch with his wife. When they saw a special news broadcast on the television. announced the investigators interest in a man who drove a white shed that it had picked up an English setter pence said later through his attorneys. My wife and I were totally shocked. He was quoted as saying. It was the first time we realized that the lady who had been murdered. Was the one I had picked up the dog from. Now Hannah's his wife Angela and their newborn daughter Christina drove to the law enforcement center in downtown Fayetteville, voluntarily officer led tennis into a room for questioning and waiting for the detective, when the detective showed up.

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on KTOK

"Is will be focusing on a courtroom in Norman again today. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the Katie. Okay news center. And this is Oklahoma. I news hot and humid today. Our forecast is coming up the stakes trial against opioid maker Johnson and Johnson resumes today in Norman, it's the nation's first civil trial over whether the drug maker, fueled the opioid crisis in Oklahoma through deceptive marketing, the state claims sales representatives targeted doctors hoping to convince them to prescribe more of their products to prison guards are in custody. Ephraim investigation into meth trafficking. Jim foresight reports Thirty-six-year-old, Bica washer and forty two year old Travis washer worked at the north fork Correctional Center and Sayer authorities say a search netted about seventy two grams of meth in their home. They were booked into the Custer county jail on complaints trafficking control dangerous substance bonds for each were said at one hundred thousand dollars. A seventy six year old man is dead near Myers in McLean county after he was fatally shot his. Four-wheeler while checking on gunshots. He heard we call the Oklahoma state bureau investigation because we was open enough as a possible homicide. We did have a person of interest is interviewed them were leaning toward it could possibly be an accidental shooting sheriff Donahue it. He tells news for the man was shot on the property line between his home and his neighbors bartlesville. Police say a man is died in an officer involved shooting at a residence. Authorities say the shooting happened Saturday night during a domestic disturbance, call police say the parents of an adult son wanted him removed because he appeared to be high on drugs to officers arrived and spoke with the parents. And then the sun officers radioed for backup and reported at keizer had been deployed the next response to dispatch was that shots had been fired. President Trump begins his visit to London with a controversial tweet against London's mayor calling him a loser Simon Owen reports President Trump. Continuing a long running feud with London. Massud eek con after con criticized the decision to grant the president to state visits slow things from two three years is find opponent and -fensive. The two men are not expected to meet during this three day trip. The president is set to have lunch with the clean shortly and tea with Prince Charles before a state banquet is on at Buckingham Palace this evening. Unofficial election results show that the Cherokee nation's former secretary of state Chuck Hoskin junior has been elected principal chief of the nation's biggest tribe Hoskin almost fifty eight percent of the vote Cherokee nation. Spokeswoman, Julie Hubbard says the results of Saturday's election are not expected to change much as the remaining challenge ballots are processed much of Muskogee county.

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on KTOK

"Courtroom in Norman again today. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the KT. Okay news and this is Oklahoma. I news hot and humid today. Our forecast is coming up the stage trial against opioid maker Johnson Johnson resumes today in Norman, it's the nation's first civil trial over whether the drug maker, fueled the opioid crisis in Oklahoma through deceptive marketing, the state claims sales representatives targeted doctors hoping to convince them to prescribe more of their products to prison, Dr Arnn custody after an investigation into meth trafficking. Jim foresight reports old Michael washer and forty-two year old Travis washer, worked at the north fork Correctional Center and Sayer authorities say a search netted about seventy two grams of meth in their home. They were booked into the Custer county jail on complaints trafficking control dangerous substance bonds for each were said at one hundred thousand dollars. Seventy six year old man is dead near Myers in McLean county after he was fatally shot his. Four Wheeler while checking on gunshots. He heard we call close state bureau investigation because we was open enough as a possible homicide. We do our did have a person of interest SP. I is interviewed them were leaning toward a coulda possibly be an accident shooting share of Donahue it. He tells news for the man was shot on the property line between his home and his neighbors bartlesville. Police say a man is died in an officer involved shooting a residence. Authorities say the shooting happened Saturday night during a domestic disturbance, call police say.

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on KTOK

"Said yesterday that if he is elected he will direct federal grants to invest in communities before natural disasters strike because they're expected to get worse as the global climate warms before leaving for the UK last night. President Trump spoke with reporters on the south lawn of the White House and forcefully dismissed the prospect of impeachment. What? None. There was no collusion. There was no obstruction. There was no crime. The crime was by the Democrats. There is no legal basis for a beach. It's a big win. John everybody knows it, including the Democrats, while some democratic lawmakers have called for an impeachment inquiry to be opened against the president. House speaker Nancy Pelosi has remained resistant to the idea. She's signaled, that she favours building a case that would garner public support. She wants the case to be in her words, ironclad. Unofficial election results show that the Cherokee nation's former secretary of state Chuck Hoskin junior has been elected principal chief of the nation's biggest tribe Hoskin, one almost fifty eight percent of the vote Cherokee nation. Spokeswoman, Julie Hubbard says the result of Saturday's election are not expected to change much as the remaining challenge. Ballots are processed a seventy six year old man is dead near buyers in McLean county ever. He was fatally shot in his four. Wheeler while checking on gunshots eat heard we call the core state bureau investigation because we was opening up as a possible homicide. We do or did have a person of interest SBI is interviewed them were leaning nail toward a could've possibly be an accidental shooting sheriff down Hewitt, tells news for the man was shot on the property line between his home and his neighbors to prison. Guards are in custody after an investigation into meth trafficking. Thirty-six-year-old mica washer and forty two year old Travis washer worked at the north fork Correctional Center in Seir authorities say search netted about seventy two grams of meth in their home. They were booked into the Custer county, Jalen complaints of trafficking. A controlled dangerous substance.

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on KTOK

"The global climate warms before leaving for the UK last night. President Trump spoke with reporters on the south lawn of the White House and forcefully dismissed the prospect of impeachment basis whatsoever. For Fichman none. There was no collusion. There was no obstruction. There was no crime. The crime was by the Democrats. There is no legal basis for it's a big which everybody knows it, including the Democrats, while some democratic lawmakers have called for an impeachment inquiry to be opened against the president. House speaker Nancy Pelosi has remained resistant to the idea. She's signaled. That she favours building a case that would garner public support. She wants the case to be in her words, ironclad. Unofficial election results show that the Cherokee nation's former secretary of state Chuck Hoskin junior has been elected principal chief of the nation's biggest tribe Hoskin, one almost fifty eight percent of the vote Cherokee nation. Spokeswoman, Julie Hubbard says the result of Saturday's election are not expected to change much as the remaining challenge. Ballots are processed a seventy six year old man is dead near buyers in McLean county ever, he was fatally shot in his four Wheeler while checking on gunshots etered we call the state bureau investigation because we was opening up as a possible homicide. We do our did have a person of interest is interviewed them were leaning toward a could possibly be an accidental shooting. Hewitt tells news for the man was shot on the property line between his home and his neighbors to prison. Guards are in custody. After an investigation into meth trafficking. Thirty six year old mica washer and forty two year old Travis washer worked at the north fork Correctional Center in sear authorities say a search netted about seventy two grams of meth in their home. They were booked into the Custer county jail and complaints of trafficking. A controlled dangerous substance funds for each were set at one hundred thousand dollars, the cause of a fatal fire in southwest, Oklahoma City is under investigation at happened shortly before to Saturday afternoon near south west forty third Agnew. Fire crews found the bodies of a man and two dogs. Investigators say the fire was contained to one room. From the weather center on the four warn storm team. We have a chance of storms today, otherwise it'll be cloudy, we'll have a high.

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on The First Degree

"Right? So the fall is seventy five. Came out to the west coast with his family October November that year he was in Laguna, and we, we ended up playing tennis together with his voice, and that was, as I say, over November, and then it was believe in February. Shortly thereafter that this tragedy took place when he was here. He communicated with other friends is, and I think we sell. I think this was without looking back. I think at the time there was an element of frustration indicated by them. Very good friend of his. Doing extremely well in the commercial real estate business in San Francisco. I had been with a. Kohl banker for a number of years. And that, that career was going well. And I was just in the process, the plane leaving the company and, and starting to business of my own. And he's looked at both of us and say, sort of guys seem to be moving out, and they sort of standing still. His goal, of course, with the foreign service would love to work, his way up to become an ambassador, and he was concerned that those jobs were more times than not appointments. He was coming from the professional side rather than the tide, and it was a path that was pretty narrow an some concerns about. So police continue to search through the background of Bishop and his acquaintances and they find a significant clue from a neighbor who told police, quote, my husband frequently commented that Bishop was brooding lone wolf and a frustrated type his mother ran the house with an iron fist and looked after the children, she made most of the household decisions. Mother, he net got very started traveling. His mother was pretty soldered pathway. I believe is whether with them, basically was an in house, Manny and traveled with throughout really throughout his career after college. And he was always looking back to grammar school day. He was always the mom that took us to the Tingey was very active. The boys, the boys, there type of mom had a very easy mom, and if someone that we all got along with very well. Name was via. And she was, you know, if you're in junior high school, she was considered a good, mom communicate. If fun to be with Brad, perhaps other moms or a little more of a corrective nature. So we got contrasting pictures of Bishop one. He's this head of an attractive family. He's diplomat and it seems perfect for the outside. But then we also have this brooding lone wolf, and these are clashing against each other law enforcement felt that they they're not gonna get anywhere until like, establish whether this guy is alive or dead. So the police regroup and they decide to test the fingerprints that were taken from the gas can at the grave test their suspicions, and that was that Bradford Bishop is. In fact, the person who had murdered murdered his entire family, because remember those who knew Bradford had their doubts and a lot of people also thought that he was probably done as well, having fallen victim to the same odor killed his wife, mom and children. So meanwhile, aerial searches of the area where the bodies were found continued, they were searching Terrel waterways, North Carolina, under the assumption that the bishops station wagon could have been driven off of a cliff and into a river or innumerable swamps that are in this area. So this view actually prevailed people seventies, it's like they wanted to give people the benefit of the doubt. And that's a really good point too, because we know that if this was now when yeah, when this would have been Nancy grace. It would have been like where is this guy that he did it where is it would know their station wagon must have gone for Wien during picnic for sure tumbled down amounted one hundred percent. So this view, essentially prevailed until the state bureau investigation received a surprise tip from police in Jacksonville North Carolina in. There is a Jacksonville North Carolina. Not just Florida. I can pronounce this one, so at a sporting goods store. A Bank American credit card bearing the name Bradford, Bishop junior had been used in making a purchase the person who used the card may or may not have been with the woman, and he was reportedly with a golden retriever and remember the bishops had a family, golden retriever namely, and there is no sign of him at the scene. So the clerk made the sale was shown a picture of Bishop, and he believed he wasn't fact, the man who had made the purchase and signed the credit card slip. Okay. So for those who knew Rodford, who were holding out the hope that he wasn't involved in this, this is very pivotal moment likely a very heartbreaking one. Yeah. Because it's, you know, completely undermining your innocence in that, like you were holding out hope that there was no way this guy, he's been stable, as entire life, never been violent could do something like this. Purported evidence is immensely, his direction that is, you know, that the FBI that story is the correct story, but it's still. It's still if somebody came up with a solution is that? Oh, no. This is a murder that was playing by Bank flying blanket blank to sat him up. I guess ideally position say, I'm really glad to hear that. There's a chance that he was not vicious. So it was a it was an unbelievable act. I long ways from from doctor, say something mentally happening is the only sort of explanation that I am at something internally mentally if that's medically. Correct. Something went with amistad them. So from I can really see it being disgruntled. Go to miss little to killing my children and mother. That's like going from white to back. And then there are a lot of sei's in between. Then I could see maybe Brad might move in a direction, but certainly not that to action.

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on Sword and Scale

Sword and Scale

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on Sword and Scale

"Medicine calm down. I'll take care of it. Tyke your food. In going to be fine. Got a point. Told investigators that Adam was involved in the dismemberment of his own daughter. She also claimed the desecration of the young girl's body was his idea. Adam vehemently denied this allegation. The Bs lost. Facade says no way. Sit there and size. It. Dismembered macho? Melissa told investigators she disposed of the little girls prosthetic leg in a dumpster within the town of hickory. She then agreed to take them to where she had placed. Each of czars remains the locations were spread across the county dumping sites where hunters clean their kill Elissa mixed czars bones with the carcasses of wild game ever covered enough physical evidence to believe we found our. Please understand that I cannot get into many specifics about the investigation. But the DNA evidence. From the bone found Christie road massive sample. DNA sample from the house on twenty first avenue northwest. The sample from the homeless taken from earth wives, believed to be Dr. A known profile are will be created from swabs from her biological mother. And father swabs we sent to North Carolina State bureau investigation lab to create that profile remains found a deadly road in Colo county have been sent to North Carolina medical examiners office. And then state your best Gatien lab for positive -cation. According to metal examiner staff on site from the remains recovered. They're consistent with the child. Investigators were able to recover all of her remains except for head the discovery of czars body was a crushing blow to not only the community, but for the investigating officers as well. Chief Atkins became quite emotional during the ladder and of his press conference. Investigators agents and officers staff are devastated not able to find alive and bring her home safely. Appreciate the support. We were seeing from the public today. Our community more. Our state mourns. Our nation mourns. And the world as the go forward. Thank you. For Emily who had long been searching for her daughter and finally located her far too late. The news was devastating. I never good day. Goodbye. Does. On what would have been zora's eleventh birthday the community of hickory came together to remember her members of the community, family and strangers alike. All felt as if they had failed Sarah back in Garo family and friends gathered together to remember the girl who never stopped fighting and never stopped smiling..

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"You died and make it easier on your kids and your family do do it because it is such a bummer if you don't have any of that so as you got a new show well here's the thing i talked about it last week and i've been a lot of messages people into it so this is a spoiler alert spoiler alert staircase spoiler alert it's thirteen episodes so you might be behind and if you don't wanna hear this giving you fair warning scroll ahead a few minutes so that being said here we go i have been obsessed with this thing they recently added three new episodes so i guess this thing came out i missed it when it came out originally old show well it's a documentary series how how long ago did they originally probably originally aired it i don't know at least a few years ago and then they updated it with three episodes but it was the whole thing was new to me so i'm i've been tracking through thirteen hours love the show and i even enjoy it when i wake up and i was waiting for that twists the turn and you know and again if you haven't seen yet or you want to see it or you're halfway through it give it to you right now but if you're not i'll tell you the fucking show gives you i would say eight episodes or more where you're like to this is where is this going to how is this going to turn any way and then it's the biggest fucking turn that you don't expect because there was corrupt officials within the system who withheld information in perjured themselves on the stand bananas people in the espy which is like the state bureau investigation i didn't even know there wasn't sbi i've never i don't know if every state has it but they have it in north carolina and it was a big big murder case there so they send in the their officials and their experts to you know test everything and you know they they didn't do a dna analysis they had a guy go on the stand.

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"state bureau investigation" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"state bureau investigation" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Put a response the report ex impossible given the system of we did a public records request for their standard operating procedures and in response to that we got a word document which was great because then we just looked at the meta data on that day had owned created in response request for the center operating procedures for the left the other thing about it is said that are standard operating procedures is to apply the operating procedures that the stigma of investigation fuses may run the prince through and you go to the state bureau investigations procedures and this is not a valid response her the state room procedures so if they were in fact using the operating procedures they would not have informed that the return no puffing contributors further evidence that they were out clearly rudderless when they were clear he's and then of course there's the third and most obvious questions why were these other men considered alternate suspects here's jamie lao innocent commission indicates to us that the bulk of investigation was relying on the files of the concord police department and the compares county district attorney's office which was a red flag that there were digital files that we've never seen because suddenly their new names of alternate suspects that have never been provided to mr long before so low made and understandable request to increase commission where by the way he actually stork he asked them please turn over your files pursuant to tective order so we can see what's going on here and we promise not to disclose files to anyone else the commissions are sponsors they had no problem with complying with requests subject to one condition the great commission had indicated willingness to provide expels under a protective order but they would only do so if the prosecution agreed and the prosecution said that they would not agree to our having the files even under protective order limiting are used to in court proceedings and mr lungs case be after about forty two years in prison run along still doesn't know the exact locations of fortythree fingerprints lifted from the crime scene whether those thing prints correct this omitted to s or why several men were considered alternate suspects and his case.

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