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Chicago Fraternal Order Of Police President Served With Administrative Misconduct Charges
"With administrative misconduct charges. WGN Steve Ruxton. His charges mean Captain Zara won't be paid for at least the next 30 days as a Chicago police board decides his fate. Last month, CPD Superintendent David Brown recommended Captain Zara be fired for multiple rules violations. Those violations allegedly include filing a false police report in posting violent and racist content on social media sites. Steve Broxton, WGN NEWS Police in New Haven, Connecticut, may have a break in a murder of a Yale student
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It's 9 47 give you the headline on that. Those Steve the mayor is having a news conference right now where she says that the runway we're running out of runway with the Chicago Teachers Union. The time for a deal is now she says she's deeply disappointed that a deal hasn't been reached yet, says the ball now is in C T use Court for them to come to the table with something concrete. We'll have more on this coming up. It's 10 o'clock. Two sides are resolute about that. That's Steve resented. In the North Western Medicine. News from on the phone line is Superintendent David Brown from the Chicago Police Department. Superintendent Brown Thanks for joining us here on WGN radio. Morning, John, How are you really good. I've got two things. I just want to bounce off of you. What is the latest on the effort to curb the Carjackings in Chicago? First of all number one. We have a task force committed that we've added on additional 40 officers. Today We have 229 total Carjackings in the city. And we've made scalloped police officers have made Ah 158 arrest with a note most notable last night where another teenager 13 year old. Carjacked the individual and we caught this person. Um through a photo lineup. Who is 30 on stole a car that had a manual transmission and he couldn't drive it and we were able to identify him through. Uh, the victim, uh, in a photo lineup, So this is all about These teenagers and persuading them to make better decisions while at the same time holding them accountable by bringing him to justice. 13 year old doesn't go to jail for very long, though, do they? A 15 year old in a 16 year old doesn't go to jail for a very long do they? There's a fast revolving door, John, you hit the nail on the head. It is the most significant challenge we have. When the levers of justice Just don't have the significant consequences for our young people involved in them and empower them to do more and more, And this is reckless behavior. John at some point Worst nightmares will come to fruition with these young people, and these guns are jacking people being confronted by our police officers. Well, Superintendent Brown. So, the Cook County state's attorney, says your worst nightmare will be realized. If you put them in jail for a long time. That's where these criminals become hardened criminals. But a lot of people think that maybe we need to change the laws so that you Can't put them away for longer. Punish them or severely. Where are you on that? You know, our justice system works at his best when criminals whether young or old, have consequences. I mean to be able to have a guilty verdict. On a sentence is our prevention for crime when you don't have that as a consequence. You know, I would argue you have chaos and anarchy. It's why it's why our founding fathers have to justice and that we have you know you have tried before a jury. If you're guilty, you have a sentence when you don't have that I would argue with officers are doing a great job, but they're chasing their tail Superintendent Brown. Are you saying that we need to be tougher on the prosecution side that more of these cases need to not be charged out or bargained out? Lied down. I'm not for mass incarceration of our young people. That's not what I'm saying. But I think you draw the line when you talk about violent crime car jackings are violent crime. Our justice system works at its best. When we put violent offenders in jail, it keeps us all safe. I think the line to be drawn is when a 13 year old 40 year old points a gun to someone's head and take their gun. God forbid someone is killed by got retired fire lieutenant was killed. Those young people have to be brought the justice. I understand that. But then what do we need to do to make that happen? What do we need to be more resolute about this? I think one of the things that we've asked from the public years to be part of this debate. On be very firm on your position. We all want to be safe. This issue obviously is about the criminal justice system for our young people, but just just as a reminder overall We haven't had a jury trial in 10 months, John. The court system is for practical purposes. Shut down when you don't have juveniles are adults. Facing trials on Gliese the threat of a conviction. It's much more difficult to put all of the burden on police officers to do everything we can't be just your And jailer. Well, Superintendent Brown might just to raise these issues this time for our court systems toe open up, and it's time for our juvenile justice system to draw the line where violent young people have significant consequences. Is that the state's attorney's office that's not doing that. It's it's the system, so I don't think it's Very, very helpful for me to go back and forth with individual, you know, people like you know the state's attorney or whatever I get where you're going, But that's not my point. My point is This is the healthy debate. That is about all of our safety. And if, at the end of the day we weigh all think which I do. Violent offenders need to have two different consequences. Younger old Make that case to our criminal justice system that includes our judges who make the decision not the state's attorney. Our judges make the decision to release the state's attorney can make the case. That we need to have a little more leniency when it comes to young people. But our judges make the decision. I'm glad you said that I am asking you to point the finger. I am trying to figure out where it is. If it's not the state's attorney's office, then maybe it is the judicial system. I'm glad you mentioned that. I also understand that these 40 officers are investigating these crimes. What's being done to prevent.
78 Community Groups Urge Chicago Police Board to Fire Officer and FOP Head John Catanzara
"Are calling on the Chicago Police Board to fire police Union President John Cat Zahra as a police officer. The group, which includes the Hou of Illinois inequality, Illinois sent a letter to the board urging them to act on police Superintendent David Brown's recommendation that captain Zara be fired. Tribune says captain's Our plans to continue to represent his members in the group should be focusing on crime in Chicago. No word from the Chicago
Spike in Chicago carjackings, police say
"Mork Car jackings reported in Chicago last night, Just a Chicago police announce another new strategy to deal with the spiking Carjackings. WGN's Judy Wang has the latest. Another four Carjackings happen overnight. This happened right after the Chicago Police Department announced plans to beef up its resource is in response to the spike in the number of cases there have already been nearly 150 Carjackings so far this year. This incident happened just after eight. Last night, a woman was sitting in her BMW sedan. Near 46, South Ellis, a car pulled up Two men got out in one of them pointed a gun at the woman They took off with her car, her purse and her cell phone. Police say a third person followed behind the stolen BMW. The car was eventually found near 41st and Cali, a match that incident was not hurt. Police are still looking for suspects. In the other overnight Carjackings. Two men stole a 19 year old woman's car. As she was about to pump gas. Another victim was a bride share driver in Bucktown Police Superintendent David Brown, urging residents of the city to reach out to young people to help them make better
Police Supt. David Brown Says There Have Been 144 Carjackings In Chicago In First 21 Days Of Year
"There have been nearly 150 Carjacking so far this year. To combat that surge. Chicago police are expanding the car jacking task force that was created last February. They plan to add enough staff so that there can be a dedicated Carjacking team in each of the five detective divisions throughout the city. The department is also working with the Cook County state's attorney's office to focus on stronger prosecution. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown work with our community members a swell if you advocates to try and reach Our young people to help them make better decisions. There is a better path for them if they would just be convinced to choose the right path of the Carjacking. So far this year, 104 suspects have been arrested The average ages 15 to 20, but police have arrested one as young as 12
4 dead following shooting spree in Chicago area
"Following a shooting spree that began on the south side of Chicago ended in Evanston. W. G. M's Judy Wang was at Coomer's Children's Hospital this morning. One of them is a 15 year old girl who was shot in the head. She was brought here to Comber Children's Hospital in critical condition. The question this morning Chicago police in Evanston police are trying to answer is why the reason For the shooting spring. The Chicago Police superintendent David Brown, identifies the suspected shooter is 32 year old Jason Nightingale Spree began yesterday afternoon and Hyde Park police a Nightingale killed a University of Chicago student in a garage. 10. Minutes later, police say when into an apartment building killed a security guard shot a 77 year old woman in the head. She was getting her mail. Mangle went to another location car jacked a man went to a convenience store and killed a man and shot an 81 year old woman. He then shot the 15 year old girl while she was writing. In a car U. S Capitol police have announced the
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"12 13 party in an Airbnb in Brooklyn that never should have been happening for a few reasons ended in deadly gun violence overnight. A 24 year old man was shot multiple times and killed He was with friends in the apartment on Montag Avenue near New Lots Avenue in east New York, Police say. Witnesses claimed a gunman fired into the first floor apartment window from outside. They're investigating. No one else hurt so far no arrests, and they have not yet released the victim's name. Deadly violence in Chicago this weekend. At least five people killed, including a college student in a shooting rampage that unfolded for several hours in several neighborhoods. Details from correspondent Brian Clark Chicago police say the apparently random spree began when Jason Nightingale entered a South side parking garage and produce the weapon and fired shots striking a 30. Your old male in the head that University of Chicago's student was killed, Police Superintendent David Brown, said Nightingale that approached a nearby apartment building in firing shots, striking the unknown female and security guard in the building. Who was sitting at the desk. The bigness sustained a wound to the chest. The security guard is deceased from their authorities say Nightingale stole a car shot. Two people in the store fired into another car before we wound up in neighboring Evanston. While there he fatally shot a hostage. He was eventually killed by Evanston police throughout the rampage, Nightingale apparently posted rambling videos on social media wins news time 12 14. Hi, I'm Tintin When Susan Richard Ouch That hurts. If only dogs could talk. That's what they'd say. When they step on salt and de icing chemicals used during the winter. They could.
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Fire shots striking this offender and Chicago police Superintendent David Brown. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Governor Gavin Newsom's $227 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Includes $2 Billion to safely reopen California schools programs have to be in place protocols are partnerships Management, Labor Administration district school sites. All that has to be put in place. Nuisance plan proposes 22 billion in reserves and projects a $15 billion surplus. 46 year old man wanted for allegedly shooting his ex girlfriend to death in front of their three year old daughter and Pourquoi. MMA is dead, according to the city's police department, Herbert Nixon, Flora shot himself with a handgun in Irving, Texas, as officers were closing in on him. Apparently youtuber Jeffery Starr is not the reason for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West is separation. The beauty influencer said rumors he was having an affair with West where the dumbest thing has ever read in his life. I'm er well, Balon. Sacramento traffic from the KFBK traffic Center. Not a fix I five weekend so no long weekend long closures just some overnight work North found five to J. Street off ramp is closed until 5 30 South bound five reduced lanes around J Street until 5 30 utility word goes on, Watch for reduced lanes again between Highway 50 and Floren Road until 6 A.m. and from Floren Road, the Laguna Boulevard over crossing until 9 a.m.. Also on I five. The South bound elkhorn rest area remains close to the end of the month. Hazard or a crash up ahead. Tell us about it on the kfbk Traffic tip light inter pound to 50 say traffic traffic every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Actually clouds overnight with areas a far below 35 to 39 some morning fog Sunday Otherwise,.
Chicago murders skyrocket in 2020
"Three years of progress, Chicago's murder tally skyrockets in 2020. As of December 31st. Yesterday, the city recorded 774 murders. In 2020 and increase of more than 50% from the 506 murders in 2019. That's according to a database maintained by the Chicago Sun Times. The uptick was felt across the city as 20 of the CPD s. 22 police districts recorded more murders in 2020. In the year before. The number of overall shooting incidents skyrocketed to rising from 2120 in 2019 to 3237 as of December 27th of last year. CPD Superintendent David Brown has on many occasions set a perfect storm of factors led to the years spike in violence and a multipronged approach is needed to tamp down the killings. Of course, we want to see those numbers go down. It's been a difficult year, and I know that Chicago's been Really trying to make progress in terms of reducing that number and looks like looked like we were on the The right path for a while, but we saw a spike in numbers last year.
Anjanette Young, victim of botched Chicago police raid, cancels meeting with mayor
"Worker and Jeanette Young. The woman whose home was raided by Chicago police, as it turns out, incorrectly, has scrubbed plans to meet with Mayor Lori Lightfoot. As well as be part of a public forum with members of City Council and Police Superintendent David Brown. It's over disagreements on how those gatherings would proceed. Under current covert 19 restrictions on indoor gatherings. The raid on her home in the city's handling of it is lead. You angry reactions from members of the clergy, lawmakers and civil rights activist who decried it is done only racist but an affront to the dignity of black women.
Victim of botched Chicago police raid to meet with mayor
"Who was the victim of a botched raid last year, is a green to meet privately with Mayor Lightfoot. The mayor requested the meeting. In an email sent to Anjanette Young's lawyer, Young responded by saying she would meet privately with Lightfoot at her church on Wednesday. Young's attorney also requested a public forum afterward with police Superintendent David Brown in several aldermen. Lightfoot has yet to respond to that request. All
Chicago's Police Department Launches An Intense Outreach Program
"Is trying to rebuild trust in communities with which it has a terrible relationship. So it launched an outreach program that's designed to change the ways in which police approach their work. Here's NPR's Cheryl Corley at a recent food giveaway at a Chicago park, a cluster of police officers wearing masks greeted drivers and loaded boxes of food and the trunks of a long line of cars. Many have Ford. I gotta get online for four. 25th district Police commander are not a duty. Others watch to make sure things were going smoothly. We're here to work together with the community. We want the community to embrace us embrace each other. It's making sure that there's no violence in our in our district in our neighborhoods. That means we gotta work together as a team. This is a collaboration with an an area area church church and and an an alderman's alderman's office. office. And And it's it's here here in in the the 25th 25th district, district, where where Chicago Chicago decided decided to to go go a a step step further. further. District District is is the the first first to to set set up up a a neighborhood neighborhood policing policing initiative patterned after a similar program in New York City. The best way to reduce crime is to prevent it from happening in the first place that Chicago police Superintendent David Brown and you do that do community policing. Getting officers of the cars and into the barber shops and beauty salon and churches and into the living rooms of our neighborhoods where they are signed. His community police. The notion of community policing isn't new, but it takes on a bigger meaning now after this summer's protest, instead of working from one radio assignment to the next District coordinating officers or D CEOs, as they're called hand out business cards and encourage people to email or call them on their cell phone. They work together with residents to resolve problematic. Non emergencies, like speeding cars were allowed neighbor, the officers have helped some residents find jobs. Homeless places to live, and they often turn to beat officers, businesses and community groups for assistance. Commander Angel No Bolus, the head of the Office of Community Policing. Says he's witnessed something among the D CEOs. You don't hear much about these days, joy that comes from helping members of the community. That's why we came on the job. We weren't just showing up and writing reports and making an arrest and moving on to the next thing instead, says Nepalis, they are actually creating strategies with people to solve problems. Officer Malcolm Brooks Says he wanted to help change the perception of the police, and after a couple of years on the job, he signed up to be a district coordinating officer, Burke says. They get calls Day and night. We deal with People who have mental health issues. We deal with people who may be out of work because we've helped people get jobs. We help the lady find an apartment and worked to build relationships, he says, with business owners and residents, city officials say in the 25th police district, where it all started nearly two years ago, there have been 10,000 fewer calls this year to the 911 emergency number a drop city officials directly credit to people having direct contact with officers who were part of the name. We're good initiative. Ah, program that's now active in five Police district's challenged by crime and gangs. The 25th police district is big, also diverse, but it's nearly 200,000 people live in distinct neighborhoods largely defined by ethnicity. On the west and northwest sides of Chicago. Good morning. Good morning. How are you? Okay. Go up the stairs. Jean, You're right. Ronald Wilkes, A retired pastor lives in a brick to flat on a tree lined street about a block behind the police station. Is the president of the Street's blocked club and a community ambassador, a point of contact for the police and their outreach and for resident, he says there has been tension between police and residents here for decades. But the ambassador's know the area and the community and work with the officers explaining what's going on in the neighborhoods. The hot spot win crime is happening. He says the D. C. L's have made a difference in certain areas. But not all of the district now could display and work. Yeah. They could, because when we first jumped off, we was all over the place. They was walking the streets with us getting introduced to people in thing. But Something happened. What happened in the 25th says birth of Purnell was a lack of follow through by new officers. She's another community ambassador and a longtime resident. I feel like we're not taking seriously a lot of the terms because it's almost like pulling teeth. To get information her nail says too many D CEOs get pulled off the job to handle other police duties. Police commanders cycle in and out of the job to that means they have to try building new relationships over and over again. Amanda? No. Vallis says attrition reflective of cops leaving the profession nationwide and officers being promoted have affected the program. But he expects that may be resolved. As the initiative grows. The question is, what are the key elements that would get translated as it expands? Northwestern University professor Andrew Papa Christo's Who's been evaluating the program? Says there's been frustration on both sides. But overall results in the 25th district at least before the summer protests seemed promising. He says both residents and officers felt like relationships were moving in a better direction. But there's a caveat. Papa Christo's says No one should expect the details and the neighborhood policing initiative will cause any drop in crime. The mistrust in the cynicism of the police took centuries to get to where it is. And so if crime is going to improve because of that trust, it's gonna lag behind. It's going to take years to build and work on this relationship, especially as we as a society reckon with the history of policing in America, City officials agree, saying the policing initiative won't be able to resolve all the longstanding issues rooted in a lack of trust and respect. Like police misconduct or stop and frisk policies that have caused a rift between police and communities. Still, Chicago's mayor, the police superintendent, and many residents call the program with the district coordinating officers, a positive police reform. They say eventually it should be a citywide project to bring police and residents together to solve problems to work for a safe streets and safe homes and to build trust block by block. Cheryl Corley
Chicago police officer found dead inside South Side home
"An investigation is underway after Chicago police officer was found dead in his South side home yesterday. It was a police procession from Titus Moore's home on South Wabash to the medical examiner's office. A relative conducted a well being check and found more unresponsive. There were no signs of trauma. The Superintendent David Brown, issued this statement. It is with a heavy heart that the Chicago Police Department learned today that an active department member passed away. I ask that you keep his family in your prayers, and I offer my sincerest condolences to his loved ones and co workers.
Protesters sue Chicago Police over 'brutal, violent' tactics
"Mad again. It doesn't have activists who protested in Chicago, Overjoyed Floyd, George Floyd's death and the killing by police of other blacks across the U. S a bottle lawsuit alleging they were attacked by police and falsely arrested. Federal lawsuit filed today alleges that the officers responded to a lawful demonstrations with brutal, violent and unconstitutional tactics that are clearly intended to injure silence and intimidate plaintiffs and other protesters. Police Department has not commented on the lawsuit. But Superintendent David Brown said this summer that officers responded appropriately to what he called a concerted effort by protesters to
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"We'll tell you all about your weekend and your complete AccuWeather five day forecast. That comes your way at 6 15 our top local story on NewsRadio. Wcbm, the latest in a rash of paintball shootings in Chicago took place last night in Streeterville. W BB EMS Bernie Tafoya joins us live with the details. Chicago police say a 33 year old man was hit all over his body with paintballs late last night in the 400 block of East Illinois Street. He had bruising to his left hand but declined medical treatment. Sometimes reports there have been more than 200 paintball attacks in the city in September and October, with most of them happening on the South and West sides. The University of Chicago Medical Center and Northwestern Memorial Hospital has treated some of the victims. One Northwestern doctor tells the sometimes to paintball victims permanently lost vision in at least one eye. Recently reporting live Bernie Boy NewsRadio one, or 5.9 FM. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown was asked about manpower, diversity, violence and other issues. During yesterday's City Council budget hearing during the day long budget hearing, an alderman asked Police Superintendent David Brown what plans the city has in case there's trouble leading up to Election Day and afterwards. Brown says the plans are comprehensive and they are effective today. It's a very comprehensive, all hands on deck approach that includes multiple city department. It includes the emergency operations center. Being open. It includes the incident command structure using the nationalist management system. It includes castling days off for specified groups. Mayor life what is expected to have more to say later today. Craig Dolla more news radio 105.9 FM. The city of Chicago is moving back. It's curfew and allowing bars and restaurants to continue liquor sales until 11 p.m.. The changes go into effect today and make the city's restrictions.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot Announces Chicago Violence Reduction Plan
"Look today at what Chicago Mayor Laurie Life would cause the city's first ever comprehensive violence reduction plan. Plan includes a three year old map for reducing violence and addressing its root causes across the city. The mayor would not take questions about the plan today. But the city's police department and the police superintendent did Here's Wcbm Sandy Day, one part of our city our safety, a comprehensive plan to reduce violence in Chicago that sticks out the police Superintendent David Brown. Is the department building strong relationships with residents We've had 56 for shot at or shot to hear the most on record. Someone knows who shot at our cops. If they trust us, they come forward with information. Another part of the plan. Brown throws his support behind his giving police officers more help. When responding to mental health related calls. We want to put forward a pilot program
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Up and down twice a day for 5 to 10 minutes or better yet, try a power walking your terrorists or backyard for some fresh air there more helpful pet care tips that you move dot com spelled. Why you move dot com Operations are underway for the first presidential debate tomorrow night President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and will tangle in Cleveland Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace will moderate the debate four years ago. And if you look at the polls Those polls of command, according to one every debate every single debate in the primaries and then wonder debated crooked Hillary. This's a Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden, saying. My guest is it's going to be just trade attack. They're going mostly personal, everything he knows how to do. He doesn't know how to debate the fact he's not that smart. He doesn't know that many facts he doesn't know much about foreign policy doesn't know much about domestic policy. They don't know much about the details, but I think the American people Chicago police say nine people were killed and at least 42. Others were wounded in shootings across the city over the weekend. Speaking with reporters, police Superintendent David Brown Calls it senseless violence that left innocent young Children shot and killed in the kids who have been the young people who have been shot and killed. Senseless violence, Innocent Young Children. You know, really young 10 years old 11 years old 12 years old. A majority of the shootings took place on the city's south and west sides for use radio news. I'm Timberg Hello and welcome back to the Ronnie Do each tax program on the line Is Paul from California? Hi, Paul. What's your tax problem today?.
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And down twice a day for 5 to 10 minutes. Or better yet, try a power walk in your terrorists or backyard for some fresh air there more helpful pet care tips that you move dot com spelled. Why you move dot com Operations are underway for the first presidential debate tomorrow night President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and will tangle in Cleveland Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace will moderate. The debate debated for years ago. And if you look at the polls Those polls of command, according to one every debate every single debate in the primaries and then wonder devoted crooked Hillary. This's Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, saying, My guess is it's going to be just trade attack. They're going mostly personal, only knows how to do. He doesn't know how to debate the fact he's not that smart. He doesn't know that many facts he doesn't know much about foreign policy doesn't know much about domestic policy. You don't know much about the details, but I think the American people Chicago police say nine people were killed and at least 42. Others were wounded in shootings across the city over the weekend. Speaking with reporters, police Superintendent David Brown Calls it sexless violence that left innocent young Children shot and killed on the kids who have been the young people who have been shot and killed. The senseless violence. Innocent. Young Children. You know, really young 10 years old, seven years old 12 years old. The majority of the shootings took place on the city's south and West sides for US radio news. I'm Timberg. Attention Homeowners do you have a house is in need of serious repairs. Do you have tenants that never seemed to make their monthly payments? How about code violations past due taxes or maintenance costs? You just can't afford to call my friends right now. Quick cash offer. They specialize in buying any home. No matter how ugly the situation turned that problem property in the cash Right now, it's just that symbol one call, and you can get rid of that home headache forever. They buy the ugliest houses within In closings, instant cash and huge.
Mother charged in fatal stabbing of 5-year-old daughter in Chicago
"Bail for the East Garfield Park Woman charged with first degree murder In her daughter's stabbing death on Saturday. W BB EMS Nancy Hardy with more Chicago police say they don't know why Simone Austin allegedly attacked her five year old daughter Saturday morning, saying she invoked her right to remain silent. Chief of detectives, Brendan Dina Han, says the 27 year old stab serenity in the throat in front of her eight year old sister. The mother then takes the the child child outside outside and and lies lies the the child child down down on on the the parkway parkway and and lies lies down down next next to to her her until until the the fire fire department department arrives. arrives. And And brings brings a a child child to to the the hospital hospital where where the the child child is is pronounced. pronounced. Police say they've responded to domestic violence calls at the home on West Fulton before, including times when the mother was the victim, Superintendent David Brown says the department will be showing officers resource is for overwhelmed parents and training. Domestic violence. Liaisons for each police district. Nancy Hardy,
At Least 50 People Shot In Gun Violence In Chicago This Weekend
"Gun violence in the city over the weekend left 50 people shot eight of them died. Four people were killed Saturday, too. In the Austin neighborhood and two on the South side. Five teenagers were wounded in citywide shootings over the weekend. All of the victims who were fatally shot where men the youngest being just 17 years old. Superintendent David Brown is about to give an update on weekend crime in the city.
Chicago police to increase number of officers on roving anti-violence team
"Six killed in a rash of violence over the weekend in Chicago. ABC is Ryan Burrow has more Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown Monday announcing efforts to curb the violence in the city, including adding 200 officers to a community safety team. Those officers will be deployed to hot spots across the city. It's the latest strategy in here. That's seen murders and shootings in Chicago rise to levels not seen in years, Chicago police say while year to year numbers are off, they have seen the numbers of homicides and shootings gradually going down in recent months. Right, Bro ABC NEWS Chicago Over the Wall Street
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"News radio dot com For a year's time, 305 it's Tuesday, September 8th. Good afternoon, Keith Johnson. Good afternoon. Thanks for joining us. I'm Lisa Fielding. We've got light rain at O'Hare 64 degrees. Out of a dark, rainy day. Today we have a lake. Sure. Flood advisory in effect until 10 A.m. tomorrow for cooking Lake County's look for temperatures in the sixties. Ah, cool week ahead. We'll check in with that weather coming up in about 10 minutes have local story that the movie be of Chicago. Police believe the shooting yesterday that took the life of eight year old age or Wilson was not random, but they say the little girl was not. The target will be the games. Nancy Hardy with store chief of detectives Brendan Dina Han says whoever shot from a black Dodge charger into the SUV carrying did or will Elson was clearly targeting someone else. Obviously, the eight year old was not. But it was. It doesn't appear that it was a random act. It appears that the people from this vehicle we're definitely targeting someone in that car or someone they thought should have been in that car. So I'm going gang on gang or group on Group violence. Superintendent David Brown says Door was one of six Children shot in Chicago over the Labor Day weekend and one of 10 people killed. He calls her death senseless. Nancy Hardy NewsRadio, 105.9 FM. And we have posted a security camera image of the car. She probably say it was involved in that shooting. That's on our website. Wcbm newsradio dot com. A violent holiday weekend took place despite 12 hour shifts and canceled days off for Chicago Police officers now Superintendent David Brown is pointing a finger at the Cook County Court says the numbers are the worst for a Labor Day weekend since 2016 police Superintendent David Brown from six PM Friday through 11 59 Monday there were 38 shooting incidents. 51 shooting victim and Timur Brown said police got 201 illegally possess guns off the streets, but noted that the 146 individuals involved will likely face no serious consequences. These are people who possess guns illegally, for the most part, and it's a catch and release Court system on Damn shame Twice. Brown said that Mike Krauser news radio 105.9 FM police in Waukegan, or investigating an early morning shooting that left a man dead in a location familiar to detective commander told Florence his officers were called to a motel in Green Bay Road and Washington Street around 1 A.m. for reports that two men had been shot upon location. Officers began the investigation while doing so one subject. Had passed from what appeared to be a parent. Apparent gunshot wound to the man who was killed was in his twenties and from Waukegan, while the wounded victim is also in his twenties and from the North Chicago area. Laura says This is the second deadly shooting at the Motel six in the last week. However, currently both investigations do not lead to any type of collusion or any type of AH thing that would bring it together. Gloria says. Both are active investigations, but there appears to be no threat to the public tied to the latest shooting. 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At Least 51 Shot, 8 Killed So Far In Labor Day Weekend Gun Violence In Chicago
"Head of the Chicago Police Department is critical of the actions taken by the Cook County Criminal courts Following the most violent Labor Day weekend in four years. Wcbm is Mike Krauser reports 51 people were shot over the holiday weekend, There were 10 murders, including the stabbing deaths of two women. Police Superintendent David Brown over the Labor Day we can officers have recovered 201 guns making 146 gun arrest. It's a damn shame. It was the most violent Labor Day weekend since 2016 when 63 people were shot and 13 were killed. The superintendent said The violence picture is improving with a 50% decrease in murders over the past seven weeks and an 18% decrease in shootings tenuous progress. He called it Mike
Two Chicago Police Officers, One Suspect Shot In Homan Square Neighborhood
"Stuff on the West side resulted in two Chicago police officers getting shot early Sunday morning happen in the home and square neighborhood in the 3300 block of West Polk, police say. After the officers pulled over the car. The driver refused to get out after seeing a gun. When police officers tried to break the windshield to get the gun. The shots were fired. Police Superintendent David Brown says quick work by their supervisor made the difference in saving their lives. That really is important. When you have bleeding gunshot wounds that time is critical to get the treatment started. So that sergeant again as the mayor said, she'll be given a really good You know feedback on his quick response. One officer is in serious but stable condition. Other is in good condition. The suspect, who was shot by a third officer, is in critical condition.
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Chicago to go online sports. The White Sox beat the Royals 5 to 2 in 10 innings The Cubs worked. The Reds tend to won the final from Cincinnati. Clear to partly cloudy skies Tonight Lows range from 57 in some cooler suburbs 65 at the lake warmer tomorrow time of sun and clouds. Oh, hi 84 right now. Partly sunny and 78 degrees as the news watch continues at 5, 31 and topping our news. At this half hour, five people shot one of them fatally at a restaurant on the far South side this afternoon. Chicago police say the man was eating outdoors at a restaurant at 116th and Western just before two PM, when someone in a white colored SUV pulled up and opened fire in his direction. The 31 year old was struck multiple times and taken to a hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. Police believe he was the target of the shooting. Another man and three women were also shot and wounded. A pair of Chicago police officers and a suspect remain hospitalized after a shooting early this morning on the West side, Police Superintendent David Brown says it started when officers pulled over a coroner Polk in Spalding at around 2:30 A.m. that matched one involved in an earlier call about a person with a gun. He says the driver refused to get out and move to the back seat. Officers say they saw a gun and broke windows before struggling with the suspect. Shots fired suspect shot. The officers. One in the shoulder. Another in the sides, but third probably softer returns. Fire as well. And the suspect is injured. One officer is hospitalized in serious condition, the other in good condition. Police say the suspect was in critical condition but has been stabilized. Both officers are in their twenties and were wearing body cameras. Nancy Hardy NewsRadio.
2 Chicago officers shot during traffic stop
"Out of Chicago. Two police officers were shot during a traffic stop overnight. The officer spotted a gun in the vehicle. The driver refused to get out and the officers took action, smashing out the windshield. Trouble and soon shots fired. Suspect shot. The officers, one in the shoulder. Another in the sides. But third Chicago police often returns fire as well. And the suspect is injured. And transported to the hospital. Chicago police Superintendent David Brown one officer in serious condition, the other in good condition, the suspect in stable condition
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This area, and there were also private business cameras. In this area. So assuming way would review that video footage will release more more information to help the public come forward to help bring these people to just Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown. They're saying no one is in custody. A charge of failing to surrender a concealed carry license against state representative Curtis Tarver is dropped because prosecutors didn't have enough evidence against him. Sometimes reporting the charged them from a clerical error by Chicago police. Tarver was pulled over back in November and handcuffed to a bench for nearly seven hours until police learned he was a lawmaker. He presented a concealed carry license to police, but police Harmon records incorrectly listed the license as expired. A suburban Catholic school is delaying the start of its school year after the principle tested positive for covert 19 Mary seat of wisdom in Park Ridge was set to open August 25th year science, He says the principal hasn't been in school since last week and exposed to the virus through a family member not at the school parent Shelly Council, hoping for a speedy recovery. Hoping she has no residual effects so we can get back to, uh, get back to school and get everybody back into very seat. School officials telling till BG on the principal is doing well and not in the hospital. The first day of school will be September 8th. Illinois reports its highest number of Cupid 19 cases since the end of May, Officials say we're trending in the wrong direction. I'm concerned that we've grown numb to these numbers, and we need to remember that they're not just numbers. These air people. These air loved ones who were so sick that they were hospitalized in the intensive care.
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on WGN Radio
"1 33 this Tuesday afternoon and here on W G. N Okay, we're talking about the violence at the top of the show. They're mentioning that this weekend 100 people shot 14 killed, including several Children as young as three. We had a Monday, then followed up yesterday with 40 shootings in six people's lives lost just a non acceptable level of violence, trying to come up with solutions looking to police Superintendent David Brown and others. David Brown is superintendent. Brown's going to be meeting with some of the other justice officials this week. One of his complaints and concerns has been that violent felons are back on the street again. After they arrest him. They go back into the communities. And commit more crimes. He's trying to talk with officials about that. I've heard also, he's going to be meeting with the top commanders and ah lot of the senior members of the police department to see if there should be some sort of reorganisation there certainly of new strategies because the other ones are not working. So that's a part of it. There's so much more to it, though. Father flavors at ST Sabina's Church, Hey, had a gathering last night to call for handsome demands and called force of some of this The end to the violence. It says. It's something you've dealt with time and time again. Father flavor and thank you for joining. Thank you for joining us on w G. N Thank you. And thanks very much. Yeah, it's a You mean you gotta face the fact that we had last weekend? Something then all of a sudden, yesterday, another 40 41 shot in a state of emergency in Chicago. And while we're talking about the pandemic of the virus I mean, we got a pandemic of the violence That's been going on long before. Andi. I think you know what, that there's some things we gotta demand. I think number one is that the city and the county in the state He just as aggressive on DH with his many resource is to deal with this with the violent as we are with the virus. It came in, and everybody got together. Everybody work together. They All the offices. The government got together and said, how we're going to come in to make sure people are safe. I think the same thing has to happen now. They all need to get in the room. The governor, the mayor, the president Preckwinkle, the state's attorney, U. S. Attorney police chief. Get in the room and work this thing out, figure it out to see what Because what you just said. You know what's happening is not working. It's not let me ask you, though, the superintendent's suggestion that we we are letting people out on these electronic monitoring devices or low Bonder no bond when they're violent felons, or they have ah, lengthy record and that they are finding even in this weekend's violence. They have not been able to announce names yet, but that some of those individuals were Known to police in the past, should they be being is that the right way to go bad is the super Dent right? That the violent felons my question, I guess my responsibly. I want some evidence that these people are not band are the ones causing these things because And I don't know how they can just jump to that. Because way are not catching people You know, 19 2080% of the homicides are not solved. We had a girl who yesterday. Tianna, who got shot May 31st. And as of yesterday, no police had even contacted. There was video. There was everything. Nobody contacted her yet until we made us think about Yes. And now the doctors are reaching out. Wait a young land shot in our parking lot. Um and killed three months ago. We had video than a cell phone. They had who speak that all this information? Nobody caught. Yes. So You know, we're not solving crime, Which is it in homicides and shootings, which is a major problem to me. But while we're making these accusations about those back out, I want to know what how What is the proof? That they are the ones creating this violence because for the reasons you know the reasons, you know that they know who they are, but they don't have enough to get a case on them. And part of that is something you brought up before. And I actually I hadn't heard you bring up many times before, but I heard you bringing up yesterday. That there is a code of silence. And we all understand about a code of silence. Why, that might be detrimental to an individual to come forward very publicly and point out somebody who committed a violent crime that they would fear retribution. But you're calling to break the code of silence and we want vacation order for Bunny's people have got to speak. Locks have to reconnect again. Um, grandmothers, mothers on his father's uncle's. If there's somebody in your house that you know is involved with this. You either got a curtail them. Talk to them. Change them, or you got to put him out. You can't be housing shooters in your house and people know much more than they're willing to admit, people gotta talk, but at the same time I say that Is that was the police department. We've gotta be able to protect people who are giving up member that young lady not too long ago, was shot and killed for testifying. There are ways that we can protect them. But you know if somebody crosses so I'm going to give you all this information anonymously and then three on my car show up at the person's house. That's not the way to help people be protected. So you've got to be able to find a way to get the people to be anonymous. Is they like to be and give up the information and then frankly, it's you know, we got to start to grow these relationships back because while community and police are not talking to each other, it doesn't help solve anything. What you got to get the people in your community to willing to step up and talk to police and arrange something anonymously to I'm a manager. There's got to be a way to do that. I mean, think about it. The three year old child Who was shot and killed in that car had just went to get his hair cut with his step down on the way back. He was shot and killed him that the stepfather is not cooperating with police right? And that's unacceptable because I'm a killer because he knows who it is. Yes, he knows who it is. He saw it happen. He's an eyewitness. His stepson was that oily. An eyewitness is in my mind a coconspirator because he knows he knows who did it. And going to keep sound about my mind your co conspirator. There's gotta be a way to charge people is part of the conspiracy. If you know on your own, you're and you're harboring a criminal. Um, but I think that you know the and the other side of that coin that I think is right. People gotta talk and we've got a fine place of many times. People come here and meet with police here and give them information..
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"To the pie Tin Massacre Wherever you get your podcasts yesterday, we were telling. To the story of the Chicago police officer shot and wounded responding to a domestic disturbance on the West Side. Now Cook County prosecutors are charging 30 year old Anthony Marks. He had his first court appearance today. The prosecutors say he was suffering a mental health episode. He yelled that he was God and that his wife is the devil. He also said, according to prosecutors to body's gotta drop before he began firing from 1/3 floor window at Chicago police officers he hit one of the officers who is recovering from the wound in the hospital. Today. The man Anthony Marks, is a convicted felon. He faces multiple counts of attempted murder and other charges. Meanwhile, Chicago police on alert for more brazen retaliation shootings between two heavily armed gangs. After this week's Gold Coast murder on Oak Street. Bill Cameron Mayor elect what says what we're seeing is way too many young amount of color willing to settle petty grievances with guns give no shelter. Two killers give no shelter to people who recklessly shoot into crowds and claim our Children give no shelter to anyone who thinks that the reason and a way to resolve Any dispute is at the end of a gun, and her new police superintendent, David Brown, is talking up the federal witness protection program as a way to protect witnesses. No camera in 8 90 W LESSON. Meanwhile, the Chicago Sun Times reporting that the Chicago Police Department spent more than $47 million on overtime just in the month of June. The Sun Times says the city has nearly used up its entire police overtime budget for 2020 in the 1st 6 months of the year. The latest covert 19 numbers for Illinois 1953 new cases that's the highest number since May 24th President Trump Campaigning in Ohio, He says that the U. S will beat the virus. It's bad. And we've.
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Business wants to help you do just that. Learn how you can not just bounce back the bounce forward at Comcast business dot com Next traffic aboard 11 58 He's ready of 7 81 of 5.9 of them vacuum weather forecast For today we can see is that breaks of sunshine, but mostly cloudy today breezy and cool with a brief shower to over Lake Michigan. Though it'll put on a show a gusty thunderstorm could see a waterspout and a high of 73 said I. Partly cloudy and comfortable alot of 60 and then tomorrow pleasant with Intervals of Klaus and sunshine and a cool breeze and a high of 70 for right Now we have 69 degrees at O'Hare 69 at midway 69 at the lakefront Under cloudy skies and in Glenview cloudy 69 degrees going up to 73 double TVM Market watch. The Dow is up 220 points. The NASDAQ is up 149 the S and P 500. 24 double BBM NEWS time. 11 50. Chicago's most trusted stuff for updated news minute by MINUTE NEWS Radio 7 81 Opie 810.9. FM. A suspect is now in custody for the shooting death of a nine year old boy on the near North side, baby Emms Rachel Pearson has the latest on this developing story. Chicago Police say a person of interest is in custody believed to be responsible for killing nine year old Gennari Rixon, the Cabrini Green neighborhood. Ricks was shot while playing outside Friday night, and officials say his stepfather was the intended target. At a press conference Superintendent David Brown gave thanks to officers,.
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This morning while a Carjacking suspect was being transferred to the 25th District Police station. Kind of like something you see in the movies. Trying to get in there with some promotion right there going on. And then after Ed It was just one wild. Citing preliminary information Superintendent David Brown says officers had earlier stopped a vehicle identified from a downtown Carjacking that happened on June 26 25 District officers were attempting to take a violent Carjacking offender into custody at the police station. During the arrest process. The offender was able to fire multiple shots at arresting officers. Three police officers were hit here, the ones that protect the community. You never get hurt. You feel kind of like Scary. The suspect was also injured in the exchange of gunfire. Tonight. The civilian Office of Police Accountability is gathering evidence and reviewing body camera footage. While the investigation continues, way had the weapon down. And the is tracing that weapon. The suspect was taken to Stroger Hospital. No word on his condition. Reporting tonight from the 25th Police District Gaynor Hall. WG. Thank you, Gator, and we want to get you the latest on the condition of those officers who were injured Legions. Rob's need is live outside Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center with that, Rob You guys tonight?.
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Loyola. We're expecting to hear from police Superintendent David Brown and as soon as we get an update, you will a swell live. Mike Krauser. NewsRadio, 105.9 FM in suburban lawmaker is now the fourth Democrat in the Illinois General Assembly. To call for House Speaker Michael Madigan to resign immediately. Glen Ellyn State representative tear. Acosta Howard, in a written statement says that in light of the federal charges against Commonwealth Edison that implicates Speaker Michael Madigan, she hopes he'll do the honorable thing and step down. Madigan has not been charged in the comment, bribery scandal. But Howard says even if he's not directly involved, his leadership has failed. One other state representative and stop a Mary had previously called for the speaker to step down. Two Democratic state senators, Heather Stains of Chicago and Melinda Bush of Gray's Lake have also called for Madigan's resignation. Governor Pritzker continues to stop short of that. You know if these allegations are true The speaker should is going to be required to resign. In my view, by the way, That's the same thing that the Republican caucus leaders in the General Assembly said. Michael Madigan is also chairman of the Illinois Democratic Party. Craig Della. More news Radio 105.9 FM, some suburban school districts, they're changing their plans on how they plan to start the new school year. Algonquin District 300 with 21,000 students had originally planned to have the new school year start with in person instruction. Now the district has done a 1 80 we'll start with online learning on Lee Barrington School District to 20 has changed its plans to it originally planned to give parents the option of choosing in person instruction or online learning. Now the plan is to offer on Ly remote Learning to 20 superintendent tells parents doing in person Learning just isn't doable right now. Meanwhile, displays District 60.
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Recline road blocks the exit ramp so you might want to get off at Grant or Burr. Instead, I 65 the Indiana told both in the clear your next traffic reported, 10 28. NewsRadio 7 81 of five point out of showers and thunderstorms for awhile, then later on partly cloudy, warm and human, sunny, hot human tomorrow. Oh, hi. In the mid nineties current temperature's 75 BBM NEWS Time. 10 19. Our top story Texas has surpassed 10,000 new Corona virus cases in a single day for the first time as a resurgence of the outbreak rages across the U. S. The record high confirmed cases follows Governor Greg Habits decision to mandate masks. And much of the state and the clothes. Barre's New York and Florida are the only other states have reported more than 10,000 confirmed new cases in a single day. CBS will have more on the story of the bottom of the hour. After four months away from the Chicago Police Academy because of the pandemic. Probationary officers wore back today, getting life advice from the police Superintendent David Brown, telling the 87 probationary officers, but policing can take an emotional toll on them and that it's important for them. To maintain a balance life they Hubble. Stay human. And use your discretion. And use their lives, the superintendent said. It's important. The recruits do what's.
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In front of this issue that a one year old was killed. And for God's sake, one year old is a queue about gun violence. We all have to consider Doing something different in the criminal justice system here in Chicago. I just put it on the table just like that. It's just we can't keep doing the same thing and expecting a different result and that a one year old was shot and killed in Chicago. So let's rally around. Dad and change and improve outcomes for criminal make sure that they are held accountable. We're talking to police Superintendent David Brown. You also increased officers Thursday through Sunday. This week. Officers can only take one day off. An additional 1200 officers on the streets. But here is the question we all are wondering for you and the Chicago police Department. How do you stop these drive by shootings? If there's no easy button for stopping the violence that we're seeing is that not one solution? No. One answer. I think it's a collaboration. I think I mentioned some of the number one Repeat offenders. Of violent need to be held longer in jail. That number one number two all of our partners in law enforcement, state, Federal on all of the other local partnership. We have ST intervention. We all need to step up our efforts. Right now, instead of just being Heartbroken. We all intercepted by upper right now and hold ourselves accountable to doing better in our role in reducing violence. It is going to make collaboration. PT is not going to take David Brown speaking to you is going to take Ah, hard collaboration on the ground, working very strategic, so that we get the people off the street that are meeting out this violence. And holdem in jail. When they're arrested. The first time that we spoke, I could hear the passion in your voice when I see you on television and speaking after the shootings, I hear the passion in your voice. You are a very positive person. You're one of those guys that You find the positive side and you run with it? You're always up for the challenge. This is a pretty big challenge here in Chicago is you know what one person asked me The question This way. Um, you had a good reputation. You retiring. Why did why did you come back here in risk loosing reputation, I said I'll trade whatever reputation I have for saving these young people in Chicago. I'll trade it like right now. You give me the outcomes always say for Chicago, and I don't have a poor, bad reputation leaving and be happy that I was here so I'm I'm no in fragile, naive person. I know this is gonna take a lot of hard work and likely I'm going to lose the stubble on my head. I've already lost my hair. But Um it'll all be worth it. In the end, he really willing tonight on Channel nine. You're on the special voice or change, which is hosted by Jared Peyton, who we're going to have on the show. In just a few minutes. It features Chicago athletes. Chicago police. You're on there tonight. What is your message that there is an intersection between boards. And the community. And the platform that athletes have can be impactful in any way we can collaborate with that intersection is law enforcement, I think Goes well for the community by way of trust, building transparency and efforts that mentor young people to make better decisions. And that's really the pipeline is young people making better decisions the pipeline to a state of Chicago so I'm only in or any collaboration quickly with Athletes,.
"superintendent david brown" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Did indeed abandon once abilities and their obligation and they're all to serve and protect and don't make chase you you know who you are you know what you did to make a complaint you come in identify yourselves but we will find you and we will kill you and her best Liam Neeson impersonation FO P. union president in Chicago John Cannizzaro of the video sure the video looks bad just on face value with no backstory but as we all know that's not the whole story and for her to go in and around midday broadcasting them greatly the whole brass in the police department and chastise officers in Guatemala on video was absolutely disgusting and of course I saw the video many of you have probably seen it by now too as it makes its a star turn on social media and it doesn't look good but there's a lot of answers on answer questions that need to be answered there's a dispute whether or not it was a burglar alarm that police first responding to or it was someone affiliated with Bobby rush who called and asked for a police response because of the the rioting and the looting that was going on in the mall in which that office is located on the south side there's a dispute about that now there were ten to thirteen officers had rotated through that office of the over the course of several hours that was a a resource allocation decision that was made by somebody because those officers were not in their own cars were not an individual cars as more than a hundred Chicago police cars were damaged if not completely racked by rioters over that weekend so somebody said Hey you guys and gals get in the van were dropping you off at Bobby rush's office somebody made that decision and that decision was handed down by somebody higher up to be certain so who made that resource allocation decision and why and and you know and then otherwise you're sitting around an office and and apparently nothing was going on and so you relax a little bit when some of these guys and many of them have been doing you know twelve and fourteen hour shifts for days on end because of the nature of what was happening on the streets of Chicago so I'm not rendering judgment on the case but I am suggesting there are questions that need to be answered rather than just listening to the preening of Lori Lightfoot and and also her a newly minted police superintendent David Brown who we imported from Dallas if you sleep doing a riot what do you do on a regular shift when there's no right we're going to hold you accountable and that your behavior reflects my leadership and it reflects all your leadership move get out of the way but we are going to up hold the nobility of this profession mmhm mmhm going back to Lori Lightfoot she also had this message to FO Pete John cans are on the fraternal order police based on the push back that they were providing to life its conclusions about the the incident ta'izz say suggesting that you know yes Sir way past time for a reckoning you know what there will be a reckoning for the apple.