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Fresh "State Police" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh "State Police" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Morning it's 7 O 8 You get a $49 fall furnace tuna by calling 809 four 8 Mike Traffic and weather on the Yates rob stallworth in the WTO traffic center Interloop in Virginia after Braddock road headed toward a little river turn park We had one broken down on the left lane Virginia state police temporarily stopped traffic to move it over to the right shoulder all your travel lanes now open on the interloop after Braddock road as you head toward little river turnpike from the broken down vehicle North on I 95 after triangle exit one 50 we had the left lane block for crash then delays continued northbound toward the Prince William Parkway After that you often on the brakes leaving lord and headed toward the fairfax county Parkway of one on the right shoulder causing some attention there George Washington parkways later's lane we had the dark traffic lights We understand police are directing traffic no problems on 66 really east bouncy in some delays as you pass route 29 in cynical headed towards 28 after that you enjoy better ride toward of course the beltway would travel lanes open Interloop is still delays leaving the George Washington Parkway up to and across the American legion bridge as you head toward river road in Maryland As you head toward river road we have police activity on the right shoulder drawing some attention there other than that out of loop after the two 70 spur crash was reported to be along the right side involving the tractor trailer versus a car should be completely on the shoulder Tops out of the beltway still delays approaching and passing New Hampshire avenue around towards Georgia avenue with traveling to open Southbound two 70 delays approaching and passing 80 headed down to impasse one O 9 with nothing reported as blocking Sat down on the bottom of Washington Parkway after one 98 we had the left lane block for a broken down vehicle but still delays had its toward powder mill road They have something a little more serious sapp out on the BW Parkway as you head past parallel road but uncertain of that activity traveling in fort Washington two ten northbound before old fort road Livingston square we had the left lane blocked for a crash we believe that may now be clear in a traveling to open Richard Holm of unwanted past turned the home Paramount pest control called today for free inspection 88 8 8 8 home or online at home Paramount dot com I'm rob stallworth WT traffic Mike doesn't look at the forecast Intervals of cloud cover and sunshine today the big story the gusty wind in the colder temperatures our highs in the midst of our 40s Winds will die.

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Fresh update on "state police" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "state police" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"It's one 36 the recently identified variant of coronavirus Acron is spreading rapidly in many governments or rushing to close its borders Doctor Gregory shrank infectious disease expert and professor at the university of Maryland school of medicine speculated if he thinks the variant is already in the U.S. I would not be surprised to be honest if there were cases here already in the United States that we are not yet aware of the reason why these travel bans or travel restrictions are more punitive in this case rather than particularly helpful as likely this variant now that we've argued detective it has likely spread to other countries around the globe And the creative director behind Louis Vuitton's menswear design has died Virgil abloh was 41 years old and died of cancer It's one 37 Remodeling for how you live today Here's Craig durr founder of sun design remodeling sharing how remodeling can bring family and friends together This was really cool about this is that there are so many different unique family structures whether moms moving back home with the kids the kids are moving with mom There's just so many different family structures out there and it's really neat because there's so many different house plans too and floor plans And so having a designer to figure out what the structures you need and then what the house has to offer you how it's not working and working with them to kind of figure out how to make the house work for your family And then it's the little things like designing the little things in there that are important to you too So it feels good to walk into the room Join sun design at their virtual remodeling and design seminar event on December 8th Learn important tips when hiring your remodeler register at sun design ink dot com that sun design ink dot com We'll never miss a moment WTO P news 103.5 FM News time one 38 Traffic and weather on the 8s to rich hunter in the traffic center All right heads up if you're traveling on route one right near the Prince William county fairfax county line apparently there was a pursuit that was going south on route one ended up in a single vehicle crash near one 23 You're going to see a heavy police response there Unclear if any lanes are closed but again there's a lot of police activity out there So please be careful and watch for their direction that gets through Again this is on route one right near route one 23 Gordon boulevard and woodbridge Now Elsewhere in Virginia still in good shape 95 north between Fredericksburg and the beltway in Springfield three 95 north moving well between the ballet and the 14th street bridge Still with the issue on the outlet the ballet in Maryland at central avenue again everything's over on the left shoulder state highways Maryland state police out with a couple of vehicles out there and clear what the nature of the issue is But again they are still out there but only on the left shoulder the through lanes are open there Rested above ways through Montgomery and prince George's counties for now without significant issue headed into the district still running while on both sides of the freeway no problems on suit and Parkway or south capitol street New York avenue inbound also in good shape early rich.

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Fresh "State Police" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh "State Police" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"By the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 9 38 Traffic and weather on the 8s Joe Fox now in the WTO P traffic center Dick Virginia things are starting to calm down The key word there is starting as you're headed north on 95 out of Fredericksburg through Stafford up towards the entrance of the express lanes looks like it's only slow now from a point after 17 falmouth a pass the Stafford exit once you get to a quiet harbor you are home free headed all the way back so as the classic parlance for Northern Virginia will say it's only an 8 mile delay on I 95 which is better than it has been for quite some time 66 westbound we're still looking at the disabled vehicle on the right lane between nutley street and one 23 in Vienna so use caution stated left V dot has an Arab board truck out there with it and Braddock wrote in between the fairfax county Parkway and one 23 eastbound We were diverting traffic it looks like follow police direction through their earlier vehicle fire was causing some delay as you were headed eastbound on Braddock road westbound traffic does not appear to be affected Still closing the ramps from the Wilson bridge inner loop to the local lanes to both the GW Parkway and route one northbound you could take route one southbound that's the remnants of an earlier car fire that has long since been put out but the Virginia state police are still blocking that exit Over in Maryland the BW Parkway has cleared out from the earlier car fire there However we are still seeing delays on the outer loop of the beltway as you come around from four 50 to the BW Parkway Looks like an issue on the ramp to the northbound BW Parkway as the culprit here So if you're continuing through definitely say to the left if you're continuing to north on the BW Parkway you'll want to just pack your patience It's only about a half mile delay stick with that right lane and let that sort itself out Two 70 looking good 95 between the beltways no issue Bay bridge in the eastern shore also with no problems As we are headed elsewhere I think we're a pretty good shape in the district Long fence is giving 20% off savings on all fences decks and pavers financing is available for qualified buyers go to longfin dot com and schedule your free estimate today Joe Fox WTO traffic Now to storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore Mostly sunny for your Monday highs in the mid to upper 40s but feeling much colder Temperatures will feel like the 30s for your Monday because winds will be high and we'll see wind gusts upwards of 30 mph Tuesday winds grow a big calmer but it's still breezy And we do start the day off with a nice bit of clouds before.

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Man who traveled to space on Blue Origin flight dies in plane crash

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Man who traveled to space on Blue Origin flight dies in plane crash

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a man who went to space with William Shatner dies in a plane crash Glenn M. to breeze to travel to space with William Shatner in October was killed in a small plane crashed Thursday in northern New Jersey state police say the forty nine year old to freeze and fifty four year old Thomas P. Fisher were aboard a single engine Cessna one seventy two that went down Thursday afternoon the breeze was an instrument rated private pilot ed Fisher owned a flight school authorities did not say who was piloting the aircraft the breeze Shatner and two others took a ten minute flight to the edge of space on October thirteenth aboard blue origin's new Shepard spacecraft hi

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Nigerian forces free more than 180 hostages, say police

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Nigerian forces free more than 180 hostages, say police

"Nigerian police say that at least one hundred eighty seven people including babies have been freed in the country's troubled north one of Nigeria's largest liberation's of kidnap victims a state police spokesman from the summer far region says security forces rescued the hostages the forest where they had been held for many weeks he said they were released unconditionally indicating that no ransoms were paid following extensive search and rescue operations the spokesman added the rescue was had been helped by sweeping security measures including a shot down on mobile phone networks and restrictions on gatherings and movements in the region I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Louisiana state trooper charged in pummeling of Black man

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Louisiana state trooper charged in pummeling of Black man

"Former Louisiana state police trooper has been charged with the civil rights violation for repeatedly beating of black motorist with a flashlight in twenty nineteen this is the first criminal case to emerge from federal investigations into Louisiana state troopers allegedly beating at least three black men former trooper Jacob brown the son of a high ranking police official allegedly struck Aaron Bowman eighteen times with a flashlight leaving Bowman with a broken jaw broken ribs and a gash to his head brown who is white head wrapped up twenty three use of force incidents mostly against black people prosecutors are scrutinizing other Louisiana troopers and other cases including the deadly twenty nineteen arrest of Ronald green who's beating was caught on videotape I'm Jackie Quinn

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Mexican forces surround border migrant camp

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Mexican forces surround border migrant camp

"Mexican authorities are moving to expel Haitians who've been gathering in large numbers at a border town along the Rio Grande Haitian migrants who've been camping in Mexico in Riverside Park in C. data kuya awoke surrounded by Mexican security forces as a helicopter thundered overhead a fence line in a line of state police vehicles final migrants back to the crossing point they've been using all week dozens of families opted to hustle into the river and cross the border to Texas calculating it was better to take their chances with U. S. authorities three buses that have been waiting with National Guard troops in immigration agents left empty meanwhile Mexican National Guard immigration agents let overnight raids at hotels and see you dot com yeah we're Haitian migrants have been staying people were detained relate out with their hands secured behind our backs and loaded into a van local resident role on the Kerr said he thought the way immigration officials retreating nations was inhumane we are not discriminating but people are seeing us this way as if we are discriminating against them Mexico is flying plane loads of Haitian migrants to southern cities and trying to keep more from reaching the northern border I'm Jennifer king

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Prominent South Carolina Attorney Alex Murdaugh Surrenders to Face Charges in $10M Insurance Fraud

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Prominent South Carolina Attorney Alex Murdaugh Surrenders to Face Charges in $10M Insurance Fraud

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting South Carolina attorney Alec Murdock surrendered Thursday to face insurance fraud and other charges prominent South Carolina attorney Alec Murdock surrendered to authorities Thursday to face charges of insurance fraud conspiracy to commit insurance fraud and filing a false police report state police say Murdoch arranged to have himself shot in the head so his surviving son would get a ten million dollar life insurance payout Murdock's attorney says the fifty three year old was deeply depressed with the drug addiction that worsened in June when he discovered the bodies of his wife and son who had been fatally shot that case remains unsolved state police have six investigations into Murdoch and his family including the deaths of a housekeeper and nanny at his home in twenty eighteen hi Mike Crossey up

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Lawyer Murdaugh Arranged Own Death but Shot Grazed

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Lawyer Murdaugh Arranged Own Death but Shot Grazed

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting South Carolina authorities say attorney Alex Murdoch arranged his own death but was only grazed by the plant fatal shot Alex Murdoch the prominent South Carolina attorney who found the bodies of his wife and son three months ago tried to arrange his own death this month according to state police authorities say murder was trying to ensure his surviving son would get a ten million dollar life insurance payment but the planned fatal shot only grazed his head Curtis Edward Smith has been charged with assisted suicide insurance fraud and other counts related to the shooting of bird all on September fourth Bergdahl entered rehabilitation for an oxy code own addiction state police now have six open investigations into Murdoch and his family hi Mike Rossio

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"state police" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:44 min | 3 months ago

"state police" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"A us appeals. Court has upheld the conviction and death. Sentence of white supremacists dylann roof. Who murdered nine. Black worshipers at the historic emmanuel ame church in charleston south carolina in june. Two thousand. Fifteen in two thousand seventeen roof became the first federal prisoners sentenced to death for a hate crime. A warning tour audience. This story contains graphic footage of police violence in louisiana a lawyer for a black motorist who is brutally beaten by white state police trooper more than two years ago has obtained body camera video of the incident. The video from may two thousand nineteen was also obtained by the associated. Press it shows. Officer jacob brown striking. aaron. Larry bowman with a flashlight. Eighteen times. The assault left bowman with a broken jaw broken wrists three broken ribs. Six stitches on his head. Louisiana state police waited five hundred thirty six days to open an investigation. Only did so after bowman brought a civil lawsuit last december state prosecutors charged officer brown with aggravated battery and malfeasance in office. Those charges remain on hold pending federal investigation. Brown is from the same state police unit known as troop f whose officers killed ronald green. A forty nine year old black man by tasers punching and dragging him during arrest in two thousand nineteen troop f is under an internal investigation looking into whether white officers are systematically targeting black motorists for abuse in climate news. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration n-o-a-a reports atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide reached their highest levels in human history last year averaging more than four hundred twelve parts per million that's despite a modest slowdown emission student corona virus pandemic last year no also reports global average sea level rose to a new record high about three point six inches above nineteen ninety-three levels when satellite measurements began. United nations is warning. Madagascar is on the precipice of the world's first climate change famine. With about thirty thousand people experiencing the highest level of food insecurity recognized by the un severe hunger and famine are being driven by drought deforestation and desertification. That's leftover one point one million of madagascar's residents in need of humanitarian assistance. A world food program official called the situation unprecedented adding these people have done nothing to contribute to climate change. They don't burn fossil fuels and yet they're bearing the brunt of climate change unquote in northern california. The massive called or fire has spread less than twenty miles from population centers. In lake tahoe. After it destroyed hundreds of homes in southern california rapidly expanding brushfire in san bernardino county forced over a thousand people to evacuate their homes. North of los angeles california remains on pace to record its worst ever fire season topping. The previous record set in two thousand twenty and greece's prime minister is calling radical action to address the climate crisis after a record shattering heatwave fuel devastating wildfires that sparked panic evacuations sent vast plumes of smoke across southern europe. The prime minister qiriako smits attack us address. The greek parliament somehow polycom. We recognize the dealing with the climate. Crisis is forcing us to change everything. The way we produce agricultural products how we move around how we generate energy and the way we build our homes. Everything must change in this. Immense effort to mitigate the impact of climate crisis to whatever extent possible and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot. Org warren peace report. I made me goodman joined by democracy. Now co nermeen shave hi nermeen. Hi amy and welcome to our listeners. And view as across the country and around the world as the united states begins the final phase of the accusations of us citizens and afghan allies from kabul airport. We begin today's show with an afghan college lecturer who's decided to stay in kabul while he helps others leave. His name is obey the law but here he just wrote a piece for the australian family review titled my family fought alongside the taliban. But i'm afraid for my friends. He begins the piece by writing when kabul fell on sunday. My father went on live. Tv to congratulate the taliban on their glorious victory. as i watched him praise the jihadists. My phone buzzed with panic. Messages from friends who are terrified that taliban fighters would kill them in their homes. Abide laws grandfather school dane. Hekmatyar one of afghanistan's most notorious warlords. He was once nicknamed the butcher of kabul. His father was jailed at a cia torture site as well as the baghram. Airbase by Here's a lecturer. At american university of afghanistan where he teaches a course on transitional justice. He's joining us now. From kabul we welcome you to democracy now. There's so much to talk about. But if you could start by saying why you have made the decision to stay in kabul as you help so many of your friends try to race to kabul airport to leave and then talk about how that fits into your family's history. Thank you for having me amy. Nermeen lucky enough to talk to nermeen. Not then after the initial fall of kabul But we sort of with everything that was going on. It was difficult to stay in touch. Also that piece that i wrote was on the economists. Don't under sell me amy. Thank you for having me here So again just like you said i do. Enjoy a certain safety net. That means that. I have the privilege to be able do things. Other people might not be and not necessarily means that it incurs responsibility that means that i have a lot more people. Look up to me For hope i had to go on bbc. The two hours after kabul fell. Because i was my my students were freaking out and they needed someone to speak sense to them. And i know it's bleak but I'm helping my friends who are under a physical threat. I have students who are reaching out to me who i have conversations with an when i understand that they aren't under an immediate threat. I do encourage them to stay in the country. Because this country needs more educated people the ministries are gallstones. And they're not going to have enough technocrats for a functioning government to Be in place That's why some of us have to stay behind. I guess it's it's my way of laying claim to my land as well and a better. Could you explain how as you've talked about your unique position given your family's history and also your experience teaching and living in a post dobbin von aslan. What position does that put you in a regarding possible. A possible role in the transition from a pre to post taliban.

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Louisiana State Police, Jared Brown And Aaron Bowman discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Louisiana State Police, Jared Brown And Aaron Bowman discussed on AP News Radio

"Video that was kept secret for more than two years shows a Louisiana state police trooper hitting a black motorist several times with a flashlight that's Louisiana state police body camera audio from may twenty nineteen the video which was obtained by the Associated Press shows trooper Jared brown pummeling black motorist Aaron Bowman eighteen times with a flashlight Bowman was pulled over for a traffic violation and suffered a broken jaw three broken ribs a broken wrist and a gash to his head that required six staples to close brown defended the attack is quote pain compliance Bowman's encounter occurred less than three weeks after Louisiana state police troopers punched stunned and dragged another black motorist before he died in police custody federal

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57 Hospitalized After Tour Bus Crashes on New York Thruway

The Dan Proft Show

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

57 Hospitalized After Tour Bus Crashes on New York Thruway

"Bus bound for Niagara Falls ran off. The New York State Thruway yesterday rolled over State police say 57 people were on board when the bus crashed just after midday Saturday near the town of Weed Sport. Injuries range from minor to serious more on the stories of town hall

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57 Hospitalized After Tour Bus Overturns on Interstate 90

BBC World Service

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

57 Hospitalized After Tour Bus Overturns on Interstate 90

"50. People were rushed to hospitals after a tour bus overturned on the New York State Thruway. State. Police say the bus was headed to Niagara Falls and veered off the road yesterday, not far from Syracuse. Authorities say the injuries range from minor to serious. It's unclear what caused the crash. We

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57 Inured After Tour Bus Crashes on New York State Thruway

Kim Komando

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

57 Inured After Tour Bus Crashes on New York State Thruway

"Falls, rolled over and crashed in the New York State Thruway, sending more than 50 people to hospitals. The full extent of the injuries isn't clear, but state police called it a serious injury wreck. They say 57 people were aboard the bus when it crashed to near. We'd sport in Central New York America is listening to

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Pandemic Set off Deadly Rise in Speeding That Hasn't Stopped

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Pandemic Set off Deadly Rise in Speeding That Hasn't Stopped

"Has brought more danger on the roadways than ever before another negative trend during the pandemic drivers that won't slow down. Fewer cars and trucks were on the roads last year, but highway deaths were still greater than they have been in the past decade. Data shows they were tied to higher average speeds as well as driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. A main state police corporal says. Drivers are not slowing down this year in California. Tickets issued in 2021 for speeding over 100 MPH almost doubled levels before the pandemic.

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Louisiana Police Officials Under Investigation for Interference in Probe of Black Man's Death

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Louisiana Police Officials Under Investigation for Interference in Probe of Black Man's Death

"A federal inquiry into use of force during the fatal arrest of a black motorist in Louisiana is expanding Austin he bought a camera video obtained by the Associated Press Louisiana state troopers were seen punching dragging and stunning black motorist Ronald green troopers told relatives he died from a car crash only later did state police acknowledge a struggle but now federal prosecutors are investigating whether top brass obstructed justice to protect the troopers probing evidence that supervisors disregarded video evidence quashed a recommendation to arrest one of the troopers and pressed a state prosecutor not to bring charges at least six high ranking state police officials have retired amid growing fallout from the case and enquiries into the beatings of at least two other black motorists federal prosecutors are preparing findings for a grand jury which could bring the first charges of any kind in a case that's long been shrouded in secrecy I'm Jennifer king

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Nancy Pelosi Stumbles on Words When Caught Calling Rep. McCarthy a 'Moron'

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 4 months ago

Nancy Pelosi Stumbles on Words When Caught Calling Rep. McCarthy a 'Moron'

"That's the speaker of the House. Ladies and gentlemen. Them is a 25 watt bulb. Go ahead. Most every subject that you can name science is the answer. Science is the answer. So will she remember that next time she supports federal funding for abortions? That science is the answer? That's not a baby. Science is the answer is science. Like that. Science, science, science, science science, So do the answer. Science. Except when we disagree with it, Then the answer is Police, state police, state police state go ahead Is whether it's a health crisis. What, whether it's our preeminent in the world and technology, science, science, science science to say. That wearing a mask is not, you know, It's frightening about this. If Biden has to go Because he's an idiot. Then we have Kamala Harris in line. She's an idiot. Then we have Pelosi in line. She's an idiot. Who's next? Secretary of state, I guess I don't know. It passed the statute on succession. I would have to look it up. Sounds about right. My Lord. We're gonna have to get all the way down to like the Secretary of agriculture, Mr Bridges. I don't even know who that is. Yeah, I had I think it is not Wise, and that was my comment. What was your comment? You sound like Chuck Todd Tonight. You don't make any sense. Simple question you think is more than uh Oh, and that was my comment. Oh, okay, that clears it up.

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Black Lawmakers Seek DOJ Review of Louisiana State Police

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Black Lawmakers Seek DOJ Review of Louisiana State Police

"Black lawmakers in the state of Louisiana are asking the U. S. justice department to investigate dear state police force and its treatment of African Americans the Louisiana legislative black caucus is calling on the justice department to determine if state troopers have systematically violated the constitutional rights of black people citing the fatal arrest of motorist Ronald green and the use of force against Erin Bowman who is beaten and pounded with a flashlight the lawmakers described gross misconduct and a pattern of cruel and excessive brutality federal officials are already conducting a civil rights investigation into troopers treatment of green who was punched and dragged before his death in twenty nineteen in the state police set up an internal panel to investigate violence stops involving black men in the northeastern part of Louisiana but this call is for a wider investigation of the law enforcement agency I'm Jackie Quinn

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11 'Heavily Armed Men' Claiming to 'Not Recognize Our Laws' in Custody

WBZ Programming

01:08 min | 5 months ago

11 'Heavily Armed Men' Claiming to 'Not Recognize Our Laws' in Custody

"Between police and heavily armed men Yesterday morning Shut down, I 95 And prompted shelter and place orders as WBZ. Suzanne Saz ville reports 11 men in custody will face gun and other charges in Woburn District Court Tuesday. The men were apparently traveling from Rhode Island to Maine for some kind of training when police spotted them in the breakdown lane on 95 north in Wakefield, you can imagine 11 armed individuals standing With long guns slung on an interstate highway at two in the morning certainly raises concerns. State Police Colonel Christopher Mason says it's against the law in Massachusetts to carry firearms on a public roadway. The men didn't think so and would not give in to police negotiators. They wanted a voice. They wanted to be heard. They wanted a variety of not demands, but requests that they just be allowed to leave the area transit the area without any accountability, And at the end of the day, we couldn't accommodate that. All 11 men finally surrendered to police who have contacted the FBI. It's uncertain at this point in the investigation if they face any federal charges, Suzanne says

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Police Kill Gunman Who Crashed Stolen Truck, Fatally Shot Two Bystanders

WBZ Programming

01:35 min | 5 months ago

Police Kill Gunman Who Crashed Stolen Truck, Fatally Shot Two Bystanders

"Off and Winthrop where three people, including the suspected gunman are dead after a chase and shootout Saturday afternoon. State police say this started just before three o'clock when the male suspect stole a truck owned by a plumbing company and then crashed it into a building. The suspect, then fled on foot and his belief Believed to have shot two bystanders in the area. Both of them died from their injuries. Winthrop police arriving on the scene and then shooting the suspect. Residents describe the scene to WBZ TV s lease aggression came flying down. Surely three minutes. A very thin streak was on the other side of the street. So when he hit this house, I don't even think he ever touched the brakes. State police say the investigation so far indicates the truck was stolen from a plumbing and drain company and the man driving crashed into the building. Then investigators say he got out of the truck with a gun and is believed to have shot a man and a woman. Police now trying to figure out of that man was trying to stop the suspect. Officers arrived and shot the suspect. All three people have died. Witnesses couldn't believe what was unfolding right in front of them. And I heard the bump bump bump my ran down. I looked down. First thing I saw was the fighting in the middle of the street. So I ran down like cut down behind the car because the shops are still going. Yes, you smoke gone girl was in the middle of the street on our stomach not moving, and I walked over to her and asked if she was okay trying to like She didn't move and the incident remains under investigation. The

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4 Dead, 1 Critically Injured After Hot Air Balloon Crash in New Mexico

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

4 Dead, 1 Critically Injured After Hot Air Balloon Crash in New Mexico

"The FAA is investigating after a hot air balloon crashes into power lines in New Mexico State police spokesperson Dusty Francisco at this time there are four confirmed fatalities and one person was transported to an area hospital who is believed to be in critical condition. More than 13,000 customers are without

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Louisiana Police Unit Probed Over Black Driver Arrests

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Louisiana Police Unit Probed Over Black Driver Arrests

"I might cross your reporting a Louisiana state police unit is being investigated over conduct in arrests of black drivers a secret seven member panel drawn from officials across the Louisiana state police is conducting a review of Louisiana state police troop out for a unit that has become notorious in recent years for alleged acts of brutality the internal investigation is into whether troopers in the unit are systematically targeting black motorists for abuse the panel's existence was confirmed to the Associated Press by four people familiar with it the panel was set up in response to the death of Ronald green in the twenty nineteen to rest and three other violence stops of black men body camera video obtained and published by the A. P. last month shows green was stunned the punched and dragged by troopers before his death hi Mike Rossi up

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"state police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:16 min | 10 months ago

"state police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Is being withheld for the time being. If you have any information in the case, call state police or Crimestoppers, Kirk Darling 93 WBC Mobile news. State Police also released a photo taken on that cell phone from several sources. They put together a composite sketch of the man they believe killed German and Williams. It was released in July and brought in even more tips to add to the thousands they had already gotten. In late September, A man named Daniel Nations was arrested in Colorado. He had threatened someone on a trail there, and he may have possibly been in Indiana. When the girls were murdered. State police travel to Colorado to talk to her, then dozens of tips that we worked out that they were as promising or more promising than this one. Captain Dave burst in talk to reporters. Once the investigators got back, that's the whole purpose of investigating. I understand why elements of the public felt there's an Indiana connection thing happening in a park like environment. He has a similarity to the sketch. Oh, this must be him. That's not how or she may work that way on TV, but in real life criminal investigations. It's a long, painstaking process. This scares me because I don't want to be somebody in the community because I meant what what we're all going through. It's gonna be worse. Finding out that somebody you lived around could do something like this. There's this notion that this is cold. It's not cold. It is not going. This is not going to be cold on the one year anniversary of the murders in the woods near where Abby in Libby's bodies were found, if if all of you closed your eyes for just a moment, he thought of the family member, but you didn't think of them from the neck up. You would know how they stand in the closed a war and their posture. State police Superintendent Doug Carter, you would know that voice I would know it if it was my father, just like you would know if he was short, making another plea for whomever is responsible to come forward or for whomever has information leading to that person to call them. You see, annoying all in my career. I don't ever remember having the photograph of the person that we believe is responsible. I don't ever remember having the voice of the person that we think is responsible or having a sketch of the individual that we believe is responsible Man in the composite sketch is 5 ft. 6 to 5 Ft. 10 182 £220 with reddish brown hair. So is those tips continue to come in. We'll continue to work from the very, very best that we can. We'll bring detectives in from all the post around Indiana that I'm responsible for the local law enforcement entities that have resources will bring them all together. We'll go out after the tips that we have. I believe if she were able to speak, she would ask people. Please give her the one minute she always asked for to really study the picture and listen to the audio clip If you have any information about who killed Abigail Williams or Liberty German called the Indiana State police. Indiana. Cold cases. Written and produced by Chris Davis. Research by Ashley Fowler, Kurt Darling and Chris Davis. Narrated by Ashley Fowler, CJ Miller, John Herrick and Kurt Darling. If you have any information on any of these cold cases, please pick up the phone and call police. Little flexibility can go a long way by refinancing. Your newer used out alone with 10 said. You can lower your monthly payments for more flexibility in your budget. You.

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"state police" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:31 min | 11 months ago

"state police" Discussed on 710 WOR

"7 10. W o R an I Heart radio station. We've got 42 degrees of four o'clock and afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney. The house is now voting on whether to impeach President Trump stands accused by a single article. Of inciting last week's violence at the Capitol building. Here's Democrat Joaquin Castro of inciting a deadly insurrection is not enough to get a president impeached. Then what is but the president has said he inside it. No. One in Florida Republican Matt Gates says he agrees with the president that the move to impeach Trump for a second time is the continuation of a witch hunt. The president being punished over his election claims of the last two months. President correctly pointed out unconstitutional behavior voting irregularities. Concerns over tabulations, dead people voting and now impeachment again. If the president is impeached as expected, it remains to be seen what kind of timeline would be set for a Senate trial? It's problematic, given that the president is about to leave the Oval Office Here's legal contributor Kate Shaw. There's no clear cut constitutional answer to the question of whether you can try a president in the Senate after the end of the president's term because we've never tried to do it. But there is historical precedent for a post departure trial of other federal officials. Security in the nation's capital is robust to say the least. What with the current goings on and with inauguration day lying just ahead. And there are at least vague threats being levied at every state capital, including Trenton, New Jersey Authorities say they have no indication of a credible threat against the capital this weekend, but reports continue to circulate a potential protest throughout the country and the Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness saying on Twitter. You see something Say something if anyone knows of something, planned director Jared Maples, saying there is no known specific or credible threat, but we are preparing for the worst and making sure that no violence occurs. State police say they and the National Guard will be ready. Governor Murphy asking anyone planning any type of demonstration to just stay home. James for been W O R NEWS America, Blasio says New York City will run out of vaccine next week if the federal government fails to get more doses shipped right away, the mayor telling residents to have patients in registering to get a shot. When I look at this week and next week, the vast majority of appointments have already been booked. But whenever there's new appointments available, they go up online. So keep coming back to it. There's some good news. The jackpot for Friday's mega millions drawing is up to a whopping $750 million. The cash option. 550 million. Nobody matched all the.

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"state police" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:51 min | 11 months ago

"state police" Discussed on WJR 760

"Whether not some language used on the House floor Baikonur lamb Democratic congressman from southwestern Pennsylvania was appropriate. And then you had Andy Harris, a Republican congressman from the eastern Shore of Maryland, and Colin Allred, a Democratic congressman from Texas almost get into fisticuffs in the back of the chamber, and you could actually see Ah flood of members going back toward the rear of the chamber. They were able to separate them. One woman was killed at the scene yesterday in the violence that took place and at least 14 police officers were hurt, trying to get control of the crowd. Now, City and federal officials are teaming help teaming up to help keep the peace. We saw hundreds of vehicles from the Virginia State Police, including those up forward bear cats arrives your armored vehicles used by SWAT teams. We saw members of the New Jersey State Police arrive all part of the reinforcements that have come here to Washington. After that. Melee broke out of that violent mob assaulted the capital broken a member's office is forcing evacuation members of Congress 1100 members, the D C national guard than mobilized 6000 members. The National Guard from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia are en route in the FBI and law enforcement are providing personnel as well. Boxes. Lucas Tom on Sun reporting from Capitol Hill this morning on the covert front, a strong warning today for older citizens. The New York City health commissioner has an urgent warning for all New Yorkers age 75 older and those who care for them. You need to take all the precautions you can to protect against the coronavirus over the past 30 days. 6% of all cases are among those 75 up. But 30% of hospitalizations and most tragically 58% of deaths are in person 75 older, and that's Health Commissioner Dave Chikashi and New York now is urging the state to allow for immediate vaccination of all older people, and the state of Michigan is now under a new phase. Governor Wittmer, describing the latest step in the distribution of the covert 19 vaccine yesterday, beginning on Monday, it'll be available to those 65 older and those considered frontline essential workers. This group includes first responders, police officers, pre kindergarten through 12th grade teachers, childcare providers, jail and prison staff members, the governor urging anyone who is now eligible to be vaccinated. They should try to do so as soon as possible. And Michigan workers and businesses struggling to survive in the face of the pan and Democrat have to wait at least another week before being able to apply for additional state aid the governor signing legislation last week allocating millions of dollars towards grants. Those in need. But state officials say the administrative work needed to get the program up and running. We'll take a little more time in the world Market update This morning is mixed. China Nikkei is both They're both up. London is down. The death Futures are up this hour for WJR news. I'm Marie Osborne will have more with Paul W. Smith in just a moment. Hey, guys. Sports Understanding Cup champion Darren McCarty here, 2020. Thank goodness is behind us. But we have to prepare 2021. So as the Christmas season leads into the new year, we all enjoy winter. Get outside. The snow's coming. We wanna be outside making snow man's We wanna be outside riding to bargains, Ryan sleds doing all this stuff. With the family. What we can't if we're in pain. What are you going to do? I have a solution. Pay free life centers. Detroit Make them your first choice. Not your last resort. High doses, high intensity laser treatment at the silo level. No injections, no needles. Nothing like that..

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"state police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"state police" Discussed on WTOP

"A no wait, get a $59 precision furnace tuna by calling 809 48 Mike traffic and weather on the eights now and back to Jack in the traffic center. Assistance derived in Prince George's County on the Beltway outer loop as you head up toward college Park just after Route one. There's been a broken down maybe a moving van or some sort of big box truck. It was in the left center Lane State highway and state Police showed up State highway. We literally pushed up onto the back bumper and has moved him safely now to the right shoulder, so all your travel lanes are open Traffic was paused. You get this from the left side of the road way down to the right side. We've had word of an accident out of Newmarket 70 westbound after 75 near the muscle to road overpass. 70 westbound after 40 Frederick That's exit 48 near Mile Post 46 a half There was a vehicle fire 32 in Sykesville westbound before River Road that was debris. Georgia Avenue up near nor back, Rhoda reported crash. And out of Frederick 26 up here would spur road Liberty town that would be a reported accident You will find we've got to 70 moving well at a Frederick South all the way to the lane Divide. There's really no delay. It all topside out of there from 95 over toward Georgia Avenue and you look good interlude from college Park all the way down toward the Wilson Bridge. There were a number of vehicles with flat tires. Virginia State police are there Outer loop of the Beltway from Alexandria back toward Virginia on the Wilson Bridge local lanes. At first we had left lane blocked. And then there was some activity around the left shoulder and again. This was possibly debris. 66 inside the Beltway westbound before Sycamore Street. We've had accident activity far right side getting by dumb Freeze Road north bound after medieval Rhoda reported crash route wanted Russell Road, the scene of an earlier medical emergency. Fairfax County Parkway of Fox Mill Road that was flashing traffic signals without delay. 95 South after center Port Parkway, the work zone in place, taking away the left lane on the rails Mark Camden train 8 49 reporting about a half hour delay earlier, holding for a CSX freight train Watch for fire department activity in the district Southeast Independence Avenue in New Jersey Avenue. And inbound Canal Road before Georgetown University. Last seen, we've had an accident. Black in the left lane w T o p Reporters were given by Fitzgerald Adama Shop. It's first and save money choose from thousands of used cars and trucks visit fit small dot com That's the fits way. Jack Taylor w. T. O P. Traffic are forecast now from Mike's 10 offered. We're seeing some stubborn cloud cover this morning, but that's going to break up of the next several hours gonna happen. They mostly saying that breezy day Ah, highs in the mid to upper.

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"state police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"state police" Discussed on WTOP

"$99 Michael inside. Traffic and weather together on the age to return her in the W T o p traffic center heart still in good shape around the Beltway through Maryland and Virginia. No major issues to report so far and no active work sounds as as of yet not sure if that's going to happen. With the holiday coming up this week, they may be reducing it to minimal levels of roadworks. So Good news for folks who traveling late this evening. No worries on I 95 the Baltimore Washington Parkway between the two belle ways. Barclay was also moving while inside the Beltway headed down toward the district. To 70 north and south between the Beltway and Frederick also running well, and if you're traveling on I 70 between the Baltimore Beltway and Hagerstown running while in both directions as of late now headed out toward the Eastern shore. Coming back from your weekend travels. No worries. Crossing the Bay Bridge. You've got three lanes less bound to Lane's eastbound and so far no significant delays. Virginia 66 wives found they were checking for disabled vehicle west the Beltway but before not the street. Should be out of the roadway. But just be aware they see some responsive that that way. Virginia State police should be just arriving on scene further west as you head west toward the rest area Manassas and continued toward to 34 suddenly road two left lanes. Get you by the work some, but so far you get by without delay in Centerville, 28 north on approaching 66 stay left past the works and South found 28. All lanes are open and 66 eastbound inside the Beltway. Shake passed the exit for Lee Highway Washington Boulevard toward Fairbanks driving Lee brought in Boston. Stay right past the work song Rich Hunter wtp Traffic, which thank you Now you're back to work Forecast, which includes Thanksgiving. You're smart, Theodore. Things stay pretty dry as we head through this evening, but The rain does move in from our West. We have a.

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"state police" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"state police" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Serious. Daniel Cameron, the Kentucky attorney general, sergeant. Jonathan Mattingly. Detective Brett Hankinson. And detective miles Cause Grove. Three officers who fired the weapons in the early morning hours of March their teeth And working with our federal partners. On this case, it was determined that while we would share information to advance our respective investigations must also maintain some level of separation. To ensure the integrity of each investigation when examining issues regarding potential civil rights violations. We determined that any such violation are better addressed through a federal lead investigation. In issues involving potential criminal acts concerning the shooting a better address by a state led investigation. With this in mind, our investigation focused on the events that took place in Miss Taylor's apartment. On March 13th. In the months since taking this case, a dedicated team of prosecutors and investigators More than 200 years of combined career experience. Conducted a thorough investigation to better understand the events that lead Miss Taylor's death. The team is here with me today and want to personally and publicly think them for their tireless work. These men and women are true public servants. Who for months have shown up every day with a desire for one thing. That is to seek the truth. Decided while we would examine materials gathered by OM Pedis Public Integrity unit We would need to conduct our own independent investigation. And start from scratch in the interest of thoroughness, fairness. And finding the truth. There's no video or body camera footage of the officers attempted execution of a search warrant. Ms Taylor's residents Video footage begins at the point that area patrol officers arrived at the location. Therefore, the sequence of events from March 13th had to be pieced together through ballistics evidence. 911 calls Police, radio traffic and interviews. Utilized information from the Kentucky State Police. Local medical examiner's as well is working with the FBI crime lab in Quantico to secure a trajectory analysis. And ballistics report. A team conducted interviews in this case and spent thousands of hours examining all of the available evidence. We concluded our last interview In this case this past Friday and began our grand jury presentation on Monday. As long as the case is making its way through our legal system. I can only speak in general terms about our independent investigation and findings. As the prosecutor. I'm prohibited by the Kentucky rules of professional conduct from making public comments that could in any way prejudice this case as it moves forward. Each state has different rules about what prosecutors can and cannot say. Kentucky rules are clear that I'm prohibited from making comments that could sway public opinion or heightened public combination of those involved in the case. These are crucial rules to ensure due process under the constitution. Prosecutors prematurely release information about the case to the public. Can risk justice by poisoning the jury pool. Violating the accused rights to a fair trial and even jeopardizing the final verdict. The success of our legal system.

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"state police" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"state police" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Morning. We do have awesome updated information right now from Illinois State police. This incident is causing a massive traffic back up on the other side over there. That's well, you could see a line of some eyes and cars just inching ever slow slowly after getting diverted off the express way have no word of this time. How long the situation is going to be like this. This is some video from a outside Trinity hospital that you're going to be saying. This is the call. The victim was in again Trinity Hospital. He was apparently dropped off. Their early this morning shooting happened at about one this morning south on lanes at 63rd Street. Again. The man was a passenger in this vehicle. He has since been transferred to the University of Chicago Medical Center. His condition is listed as critical right now. State police say that they have no description at this time of the shooter, and no suspects are in custody. What troopers are joined right now, as they are in the process of Canvassing the South bound blades for any evidence in this shooting up, Just as of Wednesday, say police report that there have been 74 Expressway shooting. Three of them were fatal incident so back here alive along the Dan Ryan traffic being rerouted the backup you could see on wells there after a man was shot. Again critical condition now at the University of Chicago Medical Center. We're on the south side along the Dan Ryan Expressway. Judy Wang w G. M News. Judy. Thank you. Also breaking this morning, A man was shot and killed while trying to rob a gas station in the South side. Chicago police say he carried a shotgun into the sicko gas station near 67th and Cottage Grove around 10 PM.

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"state police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"state police" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Are in place. I feel like if she thought it was safe to be indoors, getting her hair done with her mask down. Then maybe it is actually safe. Maybe we should be allowed to open. But we're also hearing from the chair of the California GOP today, Kitty saying that this whole thing is an outrage her defense that she doesn't know the law. I think that's a lie. Every woman in San Francisco has been dying to get their hair done for the last five months, knows what the rules are now Pelosi's office as said that she was told by the salon that the city of San Francisco would allow one customer inside at a time and that she was following their guidance. They claim that's what she was told. You got some business owners saying And this is her, blaming the salon not owning up for what she did. Now we did just hear a response from Pelosi herself, she says. I take responsibility for trusting the word of the neighborhood salon that I've been to many times. She says it was a setup and that she takes responsibility for falling for a set up. Her office believes that because there's surveillance video immediately went to Fox News and was broadcast on there That somebody was in on that and that she was brought in there so that she would be caught on video. But but it's definitely something that's been blowing up. And that is a B C's Alex Stone. Alright for 25, Oregon State police troopers have been deputized deputized by the Feds. Michael Casters in Portland this afternoon Reporting for cave became a T u in Portland reports. It means the Oregon State Police can act on behalf of the feds, even though they worked for a state agency. State police has worked with the U. S attorney's office to review arrest. But it didn't confirmed. If any of the people that it is a rusted have been federally charged. US. Peace says it isn't criticizing the Multnomah County district attorney but to meet the governor's charge. For bringing violence to an end. We will use all lawful methods at our disposal. The D A has said he won't prosecute certain charges stemming from the ongoing protests in Portland that have now entered.

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"state police" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"state police" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And Chris Sullivan's been covering and Dave, just but before I get that, I just wanna let you know that we're getting word now that Joe and Joe Biden are actually going to be travelling to Kenosha. Tomorrow. Just I'd pass that along, and to add to Ah, the latest there. But, yeah, to talk about what's going on in Portland. We've been following this closely. Yesterday We talked about how sheriff's departments in the local police departments around the area of Portland have declined to come in and help. Based on what the governor had asked them to do. They said, No, We're not sending our officers or deputies in there, and that's left. The state police is one of the only large outside agencies that has agreed to work inside the city limits. And they've been helping often on with protests and riots, making arrests where they needed to, and just kind of filling in some of the gaps there to help, But overnight, the state police was federally deputized. So it can actually begin working with the U. S attorney's office in Portland and the rest of those troopers have made or any potential attacks on those troopers could now be charged in federal court. This would allow the state police much more aggressive, maybe interesting, and perhaps now the prosecutor's office in charging and holding some of these people do you know, the Multnomah County District attorney has taken a lot of heat for letting protesters go and letting him out of jail almost immediately and then? Declining to prosecute many state police says it's not criticizing the actions of the D A. But it is using all of the resource is it has available to end the daily violence in the city. Now, when we talked about this earlier you asked me. Okay, who made the request? Was that the state police going or was it the feds asking, and I talked to the state Police spokesperson this morning and he told me I wasn't sure how it all came about. He just knows there are a lot of discussions into the late night. The governor Kate Brown, actually had to sign off on this, which she did on. So that's what's going on. They're so the you State Patrol or state Police are now working with the U. S district. So was the governor who said Help us? Well, elite? Yeah, Apparently, this is all part of her plan to kind of help bring in everybody kind of dovetailing with. Originally she had asked the deputies and police departments around the city to help On then the state patrol to get a little more healthy, whether or not she actually asked for the deputy ization by the feds, but she she did agree to it. Also, we're also finding out that Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler is moving out of his downtown apartment. After riders set fires outside his building on Monday, said he didn't feel it was right to stay there and let the rest of tenants of that building deal with that. Just what? Just wanting to be clear. The decision not to prosecute the protesters by the local prosecutor's was that on a philosophical basis ofjust a manpower thing kind of similar to Seattle. It's like we're not going to be Prosecuting protesters unless they reach a certain threshold. So certain crimes misdemeanors things like that you might normally be held for Theyjust didn't Dio so It's kind of more of a little thing. I see. Okay, so that was a Harley than what I'm getting at is the governor seems to then be of a different mindset than the mayor. Well, it seems that they're they're kind of getting tired. Of this, and they're trying to find some way to bring this to some sort of closure for everybody and to stop the violence that's happening in that small section of the city. Speaking here in Seattle, the police again cleared out Cale Anderson Park of the homeless campers and protesters who have been there even though it's been closed the park that is Parks Department worried that the continuing damage to the area there they apparently these group this group had broken into an outbuilding there and then Kind of set up in there, and they refused to leave. Parks Department talked about that. The Fire Department says it can't safely put out fires in the area because of the protesters. Police did arrest seven people in the sweep, including one person who had a felony warrant. Police found the usual things like gas masks, shields and helmets in the suite. But they say they also found a homemade spike strips the machete, hatchet and an unexploded mortar. The people who were living a Cale Anderson say those items are theirs. And so there's a little controversy now between Hey said, she said, between what the police say they found and what the people living there say they actually had. Something that needs to be a regular security patrol at the park there so that as soon as somebody moves in, you say no, You can't come here and sort of waiting for them to accumulate and then having to do a sweet well, the Parks Department is doing that, but they don't have a lot. I mean, I'm not sure what a Parks Department employee could say other than hey, the park's closed. You can't come in here, but that's pretty much what they're left with, right? You can't come in here and they'll be police here in about an hour to remove that. I think that I think that's probably mean this the second time they've done this. In the last month or so. So I'm expecting. I'm thinking that that hoping the message gets through. I guess the city's perspective would be All right. Thank you. Chris 14 minutes past eight o'clock, a scathing independent report on AH King County Sheriff's Department Fatal shooting and the internal investigation that followed with that story. Here is Cairo radios Hannah Scott. It's the second independent review, slamming the department's handling of a deadly use of force case in six months. This latest report slams the Department for serious gaps in its internal criminal and administrative investigations. Into the 2017 shooting of 20 year old Tommy Lee, Vietnamese American who was set to graduate high school one day after he was killed. Sheriff's investigators had been called to a Burian neighborhood after reports of a man threatening people with a sharp object. It was later determined that Lay had been disoriented because he had LSD in his system. When deputies got there, They found Lee clinching something in his fist. They said he refused to drop it and was charging at them. In one deputy opened fire after to Taser attempts failed. The force Review board found the shooting justified because the deputy who fired that it was self defense. That lady was coming at him with a knife, a threat to deputies and nearby civilians. But it turns out we only had a ballpoint pen in his hand, and an autopsy revealed two of the three shots that hit him were in the back. Among the problematic gaps that the outside review found with the internal investigations with none of the investigators even explored how Lee could have been advancing on the deputies when he was shot in the back, likely running away or what that meant as faras any possible threat he could have posed, not to mention the fact that Lee was 5 FT. Forward about £123. Facing deputies that both outnumbered and outweighed him. The review slammed the internal review process, saying it lacked rigor and was made up of incomplete fax with an overall failure to identify systemic issues and scrutinized the deputy's decision making. It pointed to other issues like the deputy's giving on Ly written statements right after the shooting and not being interviewed for five weeks after the shooting. In interviews that only lasted 17 minutes, is part of agency failures. It also criticizes the misinformation given to the public, with initial media releases, saying that Lee had a knife..

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"state police" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"state police" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Today Arkansas state police say a man suspected of stealing a taxi was fatally shot by a trooper after the man stabbed another law officer in little rock state police say the man crashed the stolen cab while exiting off interstate thirty and stabbed in Arkansas highway patrol officer who tried to arrest him the trooper shot the fifty eight year old suspect after a shock from the stun gun failed to stop him as you approach the trooper with the weapon the highway police officer was treated and released and the trooper was on injured plus four men are charged by the DOJ after trying to tear down a statue of Andrew Jackson near the White House in Washington DC boxes Christina Coleman reports according to the DOJ on June twenty second the suspects were actually caught on video vandalizing the property one of them is on video allegedly attempting to pry the statue off its base with a wooden board I'm trying to pull it down with the aid of the yellow strap of the DOJ says another suspect is caught on video destroying the wheels of cannons at the base of the statue and pulling rope to try and topple it over the DOJ announced these charges hours after the president tweeted fifteen times fifteen bulletins from the U. S. park police seeking to identify the people who vandalize the statue president trump signed an executive order Friday aimed at protecting the country's monuments and new reaction pouring in as Senate Democrats blocked a motion to debate the GOP backed police reform bill early last week congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton joining fox news Sunday to discuss about sure I would have blocked their bill perhaps that bill should have been exposed L. and voted and and put them on the record about their bill all the P. the speed the streets have spoken to the people they send to Congress Senate Republicans are drafting a counter bill in response one that one and qualified immunity or banjo Coles I.

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"state police" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"state police" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Arkansas State police say a man suspected of stealing a taxi was fatally shot by a trooper after the man stabbed another law officer and little rock. State police say the man crashed the stolen cab while exiting off Interstate 30 and stabbed in Arkansas Highway Patrol officer who tried to arrest him. The troopers shot the 58 year old suspect, after a shock from a stun gun failed to stop him as he approached the trooper with the weapon. The highway police officer was treated and released and the trooper was uninjured, plus four men are charged by the DOJ after trying to tear down a statue of Andrew Jackson. Near the White House in Washington, D C boxes, Christina Coleman reports, according to the DOJ on June 22nd the suspects were actually caught on video vandalizing the property. One of them is on video allegedly attempting to pry the statue off its base with a wooden board and trying to pull it down with the aid of a yellow strap. The DOJ says another suspect is caught on video, destroying the wills of cannons at the base of the statue and pulling ropes to try and topple it over. DOJ announced these charges hours after the president tweeted 15 times. 15 bulletins from the U. S. Park Police seeking to identify the people who vandalized the statue. President Trump signed an executive order Friday aimed at protecting the country's monuments. Anew. REACTION pouring in as Senate Democrats block a motion to debate the GOP backed police reform bill early last week, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton joining Fox News Sunday to discuss that sure I would have blocked there, Bill. Perhaps there. Bill should have been exposed on voted and and put them on the record about their bill. The pit with speed, the streets have spoken to the people they send to Congress. Senate Republicans air drafting a counter bill in response, one that will not end qualified immunity. Orban.

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"state police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"state police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mass state police suspected misconduct and refer the matter to the AG's office on trade was a lieutenant with troop D. from July twenty eighteen until August twenty nineteen he served as the station commander of the Dartmouth Berwick's during that time by the way Trudy's patrol area is the southeast part of the state including the Cape and islands the AG's investigation revealed that on trade allegedly took days off and submit a claim for payment for twenty two holiday days that he never accrued and as a result he allegedly obtained more than eleven thousand dollars worth of time off that he was not entitled to over now to Capitol Hill house speaker Nancy Pelosi is refusing to turn over the articles of impeachment to the sun and thereby preventing a process for moving forward ABC news senior congressional correspondent merry Bruce explains what's going on behind the scenes talks are at an impasse Democrats are still demanding these witnesses like acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton but Republicans aren't budging they want a quick trial with no witnesses leader Mitch McConnell said that the speaker wants to prevent a trial here in the Senate fine with me but the president wants this trial in one of his top allies says trump is quote mad as hell and yesterday the evangelical magazine Christianity Today published an editorial supporting the impeachment and calling for the removal of president trump from office president tron then responded on Twitter saying no president has done more for the evangelical community in Worcester school officials there are facing a very big issue concerning the high number of students who are homeless as WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us the district is now trying to help reduce that number ten percent of Worcester school population is homeless that's twenty five hundred students enough kids to fill two high schools Maura Mahoney manager of social emotional learning says they're a food and clothing pantry set up at some schools in the district along with in school laundry services we purchased washing machines but also things like laundry detergent laundry bags because those are the things that cost money the district.

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"state police" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"state police" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I stick the servant state police investigators say stone county deputy Mike Stephen responded to the world home and began talking with a woman according to Arkansas state police spokesman bill Sadler in short order gunfire erupted deputy Steven was killed at the scene a suspect was also killed the woman deputy Steven had been talking with was wounded she is expected to survive and has been questioned about the incident even was an army veteran who gave twenty years to law enforcement autopsies are being done in evidence is being collected at the scene colonel Scott fox news despite having criminal sexual assault charges against him dropped in Massachusetts Kevin spacey's legal troubles are not over the two time Oscar winner is still being investigated in London and Los Angeles and faces a federal lawsuit accusing him of assaulting a massage therapist in Britain the metropolitan police investigating six claims of sexual assault and assault against spacey and Los Angeles county prosecutor said last year they were investigating allegations of a twenty sixteen sexual assault by spacey for possible criminal charges the US and its allies pouring cold water on Facebook's plans for a new currency G. seven groups of rich nations saying finance ministers meeting and friends including US treasury secretary Stephen the new chain have a great the crypto currencies that one device by Facebook should it be launched when concerns about regulation of being addressed Facebook argues that if the US doesn't lead on digital currency other countries will but the French finance minister who's this use if you could send digital currencies raise serious difficulties to ensure that not used to load of money or finance terrorists of oxes.

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"state police" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"state police" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Local sports there. The Boston seen Boston and New England scene. And this guy comes up to me. And so we're doing our show, and we take this break and this gentleman standing these staring at the desk, and he doesn't say Hello any of these. You're sitting in front of me staring down at the death. Not even at me. And I finally introduced myself and said, sir. Hi, how are you? I've Amy Lawrence, and he's like, where's your script? And I said what? And he's like, where's the script your partner rights for you to read? He was being dead serious. So it's it's always a who when you show up and you do live broadcasts. Now, we have done a bunch of stuff on radio row in years past where people fans have been able to walk through and say Hello. And they also will take pictures. I remember when I interviewed Troy. I think it was in San Francisco. It was really cool because we are on an elevated platform, and they're all these people. Because of course, they recognize eight men they're probably wondering where the white like who I was. And what was I doing talking to him? But yeah, I mean, those kinds of shows are fun. They're just a different energy when you're in front of people who are staring at you. And little known fact about me, I can talk to millions of people without any problem. But when they're staring at me, I get really nervous. So when I had to deliver remarks at the polar bear plunge, and it was fire rescue is about a thousand people fire rescue the state police and special Olympians. Yeah. I was a nervous wreck. I was hiding from from my state police guy, Greg because I didn't want to deliver any remarks. So after hours on the road. It sounds like I mean, are you guys ever gonna do any heavy lifting or is it just me going on the road all the time? Well, if somebody's got to set up the tables got to got lugs back here who. Dave. Are you a lug? Are you a lug or lug nut? Okay. So just I want to share this tweet with you Scott clearly Davis really excited about taking the show on the road. And all the extra work. Scott says hi what you need is a sprint triathlon half a mile swim fourteen mile bike ride followed by a five K run. Now, he's way more confident to me than I says, you could do it. No problem. There would definitely be a problem or two. But that would be more in my wheelhouse. Let's do that. Are you guys in? I mean, I'm in the middle of this kick. Anyway, might as well, right? Okay. I'll do it. Yeah. I like the commitment. All right. So a team triathlon a sprint triathlon. Let's look it up. Oh boy. Here we go. That will take the show on the road. Mark says house spicy do you like your food, and how spicy have you gone? He says I love ghost pepper salsa, and he used three Chile emojis. Do you love emoji? So because of that into the question, I do not go Go's peppers skies spicy spicy spicy. In fact. It just makes me stutter thinking about it. It used to be that. I couldn't do anything more than medium salsa. So I've I've progressed a little farther past that. I can do a hot sauce that now and then and I'll make a spicy chili which is good. The thing is it makes her nose run or my nose run. And so it definitely does affect me. Here's the problem. How a Pinos make the top of my head burn. If I eat a jalapeno, I feel like my scalp was on fire. The only one that has that that phenomenon that reaction, it's not an allergic reaction. But it does feel like the top of my my scalp is burning. So yeah. Yeah. I mean, I don't typically cook with jalapenos did make salsa last year for the first time with fresh jalapenos. And I was very proud. But I had to make you cut the jalapenos. And then you're not supposed to judge your eyes. To make sure I did not touch. My gotta. The rubber gloves out for that. Or the top of my head. No, you just wash your hands. You can't cut food with rubber gloves on no afterwards. While you're manipulating getting ready to cook. You don't touch food with rubber clubs. That's gross. Yes, that's true. Barry's got a very simple question. And I like it, okay, waffles or pancakes pancakes, I think Jason says do you think professional players in the faces chasing rings or money? These days. I think it's different for everybody. Some would love to have both. But in a perfect world, you absolutely have athletes out there. Who are okay? If they never win the big prize, but they make twenty five million dollars in a year, which is a lot. But let's face it. The NBA is going that direction for everyone. Yeah. I mean. Not everybody has the same goals. Right. So I I have a particular dream of my broadcasting career, but there are other people who who would sit in the seat, and this would be fine as long as they're earning a paycheck, and they're talking about sports. That's good. They don't need to do anything else. But we're all different. So yeah. I mean, we've you remember it's their job. So some of them some people just like every human being are content to show up. Do your job collect your paycheck and go home, and the point of working is that you then get to you then get to fund the rest of your life. But there are others who are so driven. They're so competitive that all they want is a ring. And so you've got both. I think it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS.

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"state police" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"state police" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You by the Illinois state police department of transportation and the tollway. Favorites ever Levin. Everything about her been listening to forever seven twenty WGN, Kathy hard on Frank Fontana. So yeah, we're trying this night thing. We'll see it works out. Pretty good. So far. They have is back. I don't know. No. We wanted to have ever LeVine on and we didn't know if she was going to call because she wanted to do an interview earlier in the day, she's on her tour bus headed to Vegas. Who knows if she'd be napping? So the record label guy was like, you know, we'll keep her fingers crossed. We'll just play by here. So actually, I wasn't even thinking it's going to happen home either. She called she called at eight o'clock. And I thought it was great. So to your defense, you knew nothing really about her. What was going on earlier? We were talking about how she had Lyme disease and fought it hard for two years. She was basically bedridden for two years. And at one point literally thought she was dying anyone who's dealt with chronic. Lyme knows what she's talking about brutal. So she was talking about the, and I mentioned that I got two kids recently diagnosed with Lyme, this is offaire you and I were talking and was moving fast. I kinda was half taking notes and paying attention to. So there is even a texture that said I'm with Frank because I thought Cathy said Averil had kids. Yeah. So Mike put together a clip of thanks. Most embarrassing moment of the night. Nice. Are you without the kids? The kids. What.

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"state police" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"state police" Discussed on KOMO

"State police is looking into why a fifty four year old man was walking in the on ramp to southbound I five state route twelve around one o'clock this morning. The man was hit and killed by a car. This was in the grand mound area. Motorists were detoured for three hours as officers investigated that accident the partial government shutdown is causing new concerns for air travel at sea TAC airport Transportation Security Administration. Officers are showing the strains of working without a paycheck and some are threatening to quit that could end up hurting air travelers have security checkpoints turned into choke points because the government considers them essential TSA officers remain on the job during the federal shutdown. However, the local union president said Dame that may not last many TSA workers have families to support and bills to pay if they quit that could reduce the number of checkpoint screening lanes available for passengers Washington. State ferries is telling Olympia needs sixteen new boats over the next twenty years spokeswoman. Sadly Ribero says many of the vessels in service are reaching the end of their useful life. We're actually about to celebrate the sixtieth birthday of the telecom, which is our carrying service. A lot of other ferry are fifty and older. The total cost of the plan would be close to fifteen billion dollars. Lawmakers would have to approve that funding. If your boss hasn't given you their ideas for how to cope with the viaduct shutdown and the three week highway ninety nine closure. You might suggest that take a page from the office where Greg from Tacoma works. They do most of their state transportation. Officials hope you'll do during the closure. Trickle into different times.

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