10 Burst results for "Temple Police"
The Charlie Kirk Show
"temple police" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Joining us now is keelan Darby, who's a Huntsville Alabama police officer. Who has a story to share to our national audience about her husband. And all eyes are on police right now following the tragic targeted temple police shooting, the media is conveniently ignoring ignoring Keenan joins us. Now, keelan, welcome to the program. Tell us about your husband Ben. Hey Charlie, thank you for having me on. So my husband used to be a Huntsville police officer and in 2018 he was on duty serving as a police officer on patrol. And he answered a call for service of a man who had called 9-1-1 and said that he was going to kill himself that he had a gun to his head and he was going and he wanted help. He wanted an officer to get there. And so two officers had got there and on their way, they had asked for more help. So that's where Ben came in, then gets there. And as a law enforcement officer myself, I can attest to this training that when we are called to situations where a gun is involved and there's only one person involved, which was the case with mister Parker, we don't go into that building. We don't go into that house. We don't go into that structure because we're not going to put ourselves blatantly in harm's way. And the two officers that originally responded did the exact opposite of their training. Went into the house with nothing between an armed individual in themselves, nothing to protect themselves to take cover behind my husband got there expecting a perimeter to be held outside of the house as law enforcement is trained. He got there into his surprise, none of the two officers were not outside. He had his shotgun ready for a perimeter and didn't see that. So he made his way up to the house as safely as he could and to his surprise saw an officer 20 feet away with a man with a gun to his head with her gun nowhere ready to help protect herself. Then saw that the female was not taking control of the situation and he took over, gave mister Parker several commands to drop the gun. And he did not do that. He was given 7 commands to drop the gun and after that 7th command, the gun had moved towards the officers. My husband included and Ben stopped the threat to their lives that day and unfortunately had to take mister Parker's life. He did everything according to his training that we are given nationwide, including what we're taught in the state of Alabama. He was cleared by his department by a shooting review board, and that did an investigation on his use of force, as well as investigating the other two officers on scene and their lack of understanding of the call. Those two other officers were reprimanded and given remedial training. My husband was not. A couple months later, he gets charged with murder. We go through that court process..
Mike Gallagher Podcast
"temple police" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"Now, this is an interesting dynamic. And I'm going to apologize in advance for injecting race when perhaps race shouldn't apply, but I think it's worth noting the alleged killer is white and the killed police officer is black. And I don't say any riots or marches, vigils. I don't even really see a good shot of the face of the killer. Now, a lot of progressives point that out. That disparity, if it was a black shooter and a white officer, the shooter's picture would be plastered all over the media. I think there's some truth to that because you don't even see this punk's pick this punk's face. He's got long hair over like down to his shoulders. And when they arrested him, all you can see is the back of his head and his hair down all over his face. But it reprehensible monster. And it's hard even to feel sympathy for his parents. I should, and I guess at some level I do, there, but for the grace of God, you don't know what's going to happen with your kids, you do the best you can. Some of them turn out to be rotten apples, God has blessed me with four wonderful sons. I don't know, I mean, they're not perfect. I'm not perfect. We've all made mistakes, but imagine waking up to your 18 year old son, committing such a bloodthirsty, horrific murder. And then back to this Larry krasner, he, of course, is one of these progressive DAs who has helped turn Philly into a hellscape. Celebrating no cash bail, lowering standards, getting rid of felonies, because we've got too many black people in jail. He'll throw the book at this kid. Guarantee of this kid, they might execute him by Sunday. I mean, they'll take care of the white boy. Who murdered this cop? There won't be a whole lot of excuses made for him. So this Larry krasner tweets out over the weekend, we are shocked and heartbroken at the murder of a temple police officer who was slain protecting others, the Philly district attorney's office will extend all support we have to family friends and colleagues of the officer. Well, you should see all the comments on Twitter to Larry krasner's tweet. Let me read some of them to you. How about you go to our state capitol and demand lawmakers and act legislation making armed carjacking a maximum penalty jail time situation? Let's say your actions speak louder than words. Here's another one. This is what happens when Democrats like you take lean in approach to crime. People die. Here's another response. You're the main reason crime is rampant in Philly. You scumbag. Prosecute these scumbags to the max, your little justice reform experiment is over. And finally, a tweet to Larry krasner's sappy note of condolences, serious question, to Larry krasner to the Philly mayor to the governor Shapiro, what are you gaining from letting the criminal element run wild in the city of Philadelphia? There has to be some incentive or kickback you're receiving because there's no way someone would actually be this bad at their job without trying. You three should be ashamed of yourselves and start making real change immediately. Calling the National Guard or something, but get our city under control under your leadership, Philly has become unsafe, dirty, and depressing. It's time to admit your policies aren't working and enact real reform. Isn't that true of New York? Isn't that true of Los Angeles? Isn't that true of Baltimore? Isn't that true in Oakland? Isn't that true in just about every city, run by Democrat mayors? In states with Democrat governors and prosecutors installed by George Soros, the criminal justice reform minded billionaire who wants to make felonies misdemeanors and doesn't want to incarcerate people for the crimes they commit, I mean, this point is such an important one. There's no way someone could actually be this bad at their job without trying..
"temple police" Discussed on WTOP
"Last few years and what they had been in the past and this might be what we consider normal going forward. We just have to deal with it. We have to account for the more water. New paid leave legislation, legislation requiring Illinois employers to give workers time off based on hours worked to be used for any reason is ready for action by governor JB pritzker, who says he will sign the measure, requiring paid vacation is rare in the U.S., only Maine in Nevada have similar laws. 14 state in the district require employers offer paid sick leave, although employees may only use it for health related issues. What sets Illinois new measure apart is that workers won't have to explain the reason for their absence as long as they provide proper notice. Authorities in Philadelphia say an 18 year old man has been arrested in the death of a temple university police officer who was shot and killed near campus, Saturday night after reportedly trying to intervene in a carjacking. 18 year old miles pepper was arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of temple university officer Chris Fitzgerald. Pepper allegedly shot officer Fitzgerald in the head, killing him. Authorities say pepper attempted to take the officer's gun and even went through his pockets, as Fitzgerald was lying on the ground fiddly wounded. Pepper then allegedly committed a carjacking a short time after district attorney Larry krasner announced the DA's office will be charging pepper with murder. Murder of a law enforcement officer robbery carjacking and other related offenses. Pepper is not eligible for release on bail. Coming up on WTO P will have the details of a survey on teen girls and mental health from New York Times health writer Ronnie Karen Rabin. It's 1236. To protect her home and family in a disaster. Karen was willing to wade
Bloomberg Radio New York
"temple police" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Are no words to convey. Just how heartbroken we all are. They're investigating alongside university police, reports say the arrest was made by U.S. Marshals early this morning in bucks county. It's not known yet if the person in custody is the gunman, though reports say police have located the car involved in the carjacking. Officials say it marks the first time a temple police officer has been killed in the line of duty. I'm Scott Carr. NBA all star weekend underway in Salt Lake City, team Giannis and team LeBron are slated to face off in the 72nd NBA All-Star Game at 8 30 tonight Eastern Time. Team LeBron has won the past 5 all star games. I'm Tammy trujillo. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Facebook parent company meta platforms is launching a subscription service called meta verified that will include a handful of additional perks and features, including account verification, badges, for those who pay. The new subscription will cost you 1199 per month. 1499 of purchase through the iOS app in his primarily targeted toward content creators, the option will be available on both Facebook and Instagram, but they will be separate subscriptions. Antony Blinken, the U.S. Secretary of State talked about what he sees as the damage that Russian president Vladimir Putin has done to his own country since the invasion of Ukraine. Russian forces first crossed the border nearly a year ago. We have more than a million Russians who have left their country because they do not want to be a part of this war and the direction that the country is being taken in. Blinken spoke at the Munich security conference this weekend in Germany. Fema is on the ground in east Palestine, Ohio, the 16 days after the train derailment. Controlled burn of chemicals, which leaked into the air and water. Federal health officials are also heading to the region as residents are growing increasingly frustrated. While the Environmental Protection Agency maintains the air and water are safe. I've had massive headaches since it started. Locals say they are feeling the effects of the toxic chemicals which include known carcinogen vinyl chloride. That's a colorless gas used to make some plastics and also produced in tobacco smoke. Driving a new Mercedes Benz may soon become a distant dream for many but the most affluent, more from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet. The average price of a Mercedes reached about $76,600 last year, a 43% increase over 2019 levels. That coincides with the carmakers push even further up market by focusing on top end models like the S class sedan to bolster profits. The company has been working through pent up demand after chip shortages curb production last year. Mercedes is not alone around the world manufacturers are reaping the benefits of selling fewer, but more expensive cars. Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio. After pausing for the president's day holiday in the U.S., investors will be back at it on Tuesday after two weeks worth of declines for the S&P 500. Alan zafran, co CEO at I EQ capital, says investors are right to be worried about an economic slowdown in the not too distant future as the Federal Reserve continues to raise interest rates to combat inflation. And we all know academically in theory when the fed raises the rate fed rate. It takes about 12 months from the full impact of each rate hike to fully filter through in the economy. So if you believe that to be the case, the slowdown economically is still going to show up 6 to 12 months from now, not today. Global news, 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg
AP News Radio
Tampa police chief resigns after dodging traffic ticket
"The chief of police in Tampa Florida has resigned her position. Accused of abusing her authority after a traffic stop in a golf cart last month. According to the conversation on a pinellas county deputy's body cam video. On November 12 he pulls over Kevin O'Connor, who's the husband of the temple police chief. We went to the club. It was closed, so we went over and picked up some. Is your camera on? Who knows? I left the police chief in Tampa. Mario Connor asks the deputy. Hoping that you just let us go tonight. Oh, okay. Say thank each other for their police service and the O'Connor's drive off. But the Tampa police department launched an internal affairs review and determined that Mario O'Connor violated department policy using her position to avoid a ticket. The mayor who used to serve as the city's police chief said O'Connor failed to abide by ethical standards and failed to lead by example. The assistant chief will serve in her place until a new chief is selected. I'm Jackie Quinn
990 The Answer
"temple police" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Let's let's say they established there was just massive, massive, scandalous fraud. Or maybe they already have on that President Trump rightly won Arizona. I mean, there's nothing People say to me what can be done Or what does that mean? Biden gets thrown out. There's no precedent for it that I know I don't I don't know what happened. I mean, Mike Lindell's that they're saying that you know, President Trump will be back in the White House by August. I'm not sure that that's accurate, but I don't I don't know what you do if you really can establish impacted it. I don't think that when you hear the Arizona senator, talk about it, or you know any of the other legislatures really that air Actually looking into this like it was constant. You know, they're doing audits and investigations and you've seen the Maury kind of they were outlaws to address the issues to try to prevent it going forward. When you listen to the Arizona Senate talk, they talk about the same thing in the meeting Tuesday. Karen fan who's the president said it there said this isn't about undoing. You know the election. This is about looking at what needs to happen the next time and going forward. You know the electors. Have voted a certain way and they've already been certified. And I don't you know again. I'm not a constitutional lawyer either. So I don't know if there is like, you know, I would doubt that there would be legislatures that was then. You know, withdraw the certification. I don't even know how that could possibly word. All I know is it's very strange to me to see people in media and outside funders and politicians. It's It's strange to me to hear them hissing and screaming about this audit, and they're losing their mom. They are It's like the more they protest, the more I think. What do you What's your deal? Like? If you really think this is stupid and a waste of time, then let them have their stupid waste of time and let them look like fools When it's over. You don't throw fits, demanding they stop. That's what I hear from So many regular Americans, you know, just friends and family who are not the least bit political, you know, voted for Biden doesn't get really boat, I think And they hear about this and they're they're sort of like full. Why are they so upset about it? And it does make them think something fishing is something fishy is going on. So in that way, I think they're shooting. They're selling themselves in the foot. If they're, you know, not concerned, anything is really wrong there. It gives the public perception that there is And sending a whole team of lawyers there and just the way that the media I mean the media the way that they've acted during this trying to do, you know, breached security and make it seem like you know, it's an It's an unsecure process by breaching in themselves has just been so interesting. The watch, and this is you know, using local media is not so bad, you know? But in this case has been a lot of the local outlets doing it, and I've been watching their feet their Twitter team from some of these local reporters and man, they sound a lot like, you know. The national media ice. It was a lot which are so many of them are activists Emerald Robinson before we talk next week. Is there anything we need to be watching on? Or you're working on things we need to look for between now and January. 6th commission is something to watch. Because you know that got past 35. Republicans signed on to that and we know that they're not going to release a temple. Police refuses Tol release 14,000 hours of footage. This is being selectively released, and they don't sound like they're gonna participate with the commission in allowing them to see all that. So Yeah, it's all of this stuff is all the evidence is there gonna be out there and everything for everyone that look at then we know how these conditions work and it now and I saw, Jim Jordan said. This is the third impeachment and in some ways it is Just not the impeachment of Donald Trump is the impeachment of his supporter. They're not just people who enter the capital on January six Emerald Robinson with Newsmax TV, the White House correspondent. There she is with us every Thursday. Always great to talk to you, Admiral. Thank you. Likewise, press have a good week. Even upon eight o'clock, we.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"temple police" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Weigh in on this. Because i don't think we're gonna find very many people who agree with me among are largely conservative listener base out there on terrestrial radio but evidently try and try to be surprised here. Israel is oppressing palestinians. My god really. Yeah again or still would be more appropriate term. I would imagine and now stuff is happening. I don't know exactly what's happening because you know my ability to access. The news is relatively limited. So if i don't see someone talking about it on facebook. I probably have no idea even happened. We'd be out of fact that israel censoring their own news coming out of there to excellent points coming to us from fox news white house. Press secretary jen. What does saiki said that plans to baked. Dozens of palestinians from east jerusalem neighborhood work against us israeli interest in finding a solution to the conflict condemned quote extremism that has inflicted violence on both communities. Now for those who haven't watched any of these actual evictions taking place. It's not like the constable is showing up and serving conviction papers. The israeli police. Actually go and physically. Remove these people from where they're located and kick them out. It's not polite it's oppressive and it's it's wrong. Sacchi reiterated the administration support for a student two state solution. Biden's team is communicating a clear and consistent message in support of the escalation. That is our primary focus. The president of support for israel security which seems to be doing just fine in probably doesn't need the backing of the united states for is legitimate right to defend itself. Yes but it's not defending itself that's is part of the core issue here is that sits existed since the thirties. Israel hasn't just been defending itself. It's been expanding and growing and conquering land. That sounds like offensive in oppressive it. They are offensive and oppressive okay. She condemned rocket attacks against israel. By hamas which i also condemn and other terrorist groups highlighted the rights of palestinians as well as israelites we believe palestinians and israelis deserve equal measures of freedom security dignity and prosperity and us officials in recent weeks has spoken candidly with israeli officials. About how evictions palestinian families who have lived for years sometimes decades in their homes and of demolitions of these homes work against our common interest in achieving a solution to the conflict in the coming days now is israel for those who aren't aware is certified ethnos state. They explicitly turn themselves into an aetna state with a constitutional amendment that i think took place in two thousand nineteen and as a result they. They specifically spelled out in their constitution. The israelis have more rights than palestine palestinians who happen to live in israel. And they've been using this long. Been known but now it's actually literally part of their constitution if you look at like building permits and stuff like that ninety. Eight percent of the approvals are to israel israelis less than two percents of petitions for permits and stuff like that that are originated with palestinians gets approved. Tensions have risen in recent weeks between israeli police and palestinian protesters over the eviction plants. I don't blame them. They're losing their homes that they lived in for decades or generations but another flash point has been the alexa mosque compound. The third holiest site of islam and judaism which referred to it as tip amounts hamas the militant group ruling. The gaza strip had given israel a deadline to withdraw at security forces from the compound and with the deadline expired. Horrifically fired a barrage of six hundred rockets into israel setting off air raid sirens. Israel responded and it doesn't sound state it doesn't say how many were killed because at these rockets but presumably the number was zero. Israel does have a rocket defense system in place that evidently did his job. Israel responded with airstrikes on gaza killing twenty eight people including ten children according to the wall street journal. And that's another reason. I say the one set. Hamas fired doesn't seem to achieved anything because they didn't they listed a number that israel killed but not that might have killed the israeli. Oh wait there is. The israeli military said three israelis had been killed by hamas rocket. Fire the military said. It was investigating reports that children had been killed and some casualties could have been the result of rockets set from giza gaza. That exploded before reaching israel so some this hamas versus israel. It's well known that is that hamas at the most technologically capable their rockets. Apparently they buy them from north korea. Presumably because there aren't they aren't very good. The view old old weapon read their for such a long time from the nineteen fifties. Or something who knows so. The clash began friday when palestinians threw stones at israeli police occupying the temple. Police responded with tear gas and rubber bullets with the headstones. That's all they had. Yeah they were. They were throwing rocks a beaver stations. There if i recall correctly. I wish i could remember the story. We covered it. Someone was shot and killed because they were trying to approach a certain wall. I don't even or fence with a balloon or something like that and the israeli defense forces murder them. I'm going to have to look into that story. Because i don't remember the details. Maybe right around the movie. It was shockingly horrific current rules state that tourists can visit the site but only muslims are allowed to pray there but recent years jews escorted by police have been holding prayer there. I think that's fair. Some israelis believe the site should be open to all worshippers but palestinians have refused. I would tend to agree. It sounds like say a holy location for all three religions christianity so generally the whole areas holy so you think they would all respect it very holy lake. Yeah that would be nice. You don't want to disrespect a holy site by fighting about it. That seems inherently disrespectful of the holy site. The white house criticism of israel stands in stark contrast to the approach under former president trump. I don't know that. I remember trump ever even mentioning israel. You know he recognized as a As a state of some sort okay. I forget exactly what the the terminology was but yet he did definitely recognize israel as a nation state. When i was in office we were known as the peace presidency because israel's adversaries knew that the united states stood strongly with israel and there would be swift retribution. if israel was attacked under biden. the world is getting more violent and more unstable because biden sweetness. at lack of support for israel is leading to new attacks on our allies. Now what he's referring to here are palestinians who threw rocks at police.
Liberty Talk FM
"temple police" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Oh, my God. Really? Yeah, again, or still would be a more appropriate term I would imagine And now stuff is happening. I don't know exactly what's happening because you know my ability to access. The news is relatively limited. So if I don't see someone talking about it on Facebook, I probably have no ideas even happening well beyond the fact that Israel is censoring their own news coming out of there, too. Excellent points. Coming to us from Fox News. White House press secretary Jen When is that? Saiki said that plans to evict dozens of Palestinians from in East Jerusalem neighborhood work against US Israeli interest in finding a solution to the conflict and condemned quote extremism that has inflicted violence on both communities. Now for those who haven't watched Any of these actually, evictions taking place is it's not like the constable is showing up in serving eviction papers. No, the Israeli police actually go and physically remove these people from where they're located and kick them out. It's not polite. It's oppressive, and it's It's wrong. Sachi reiterated the administration's support for a studio two state solution. Biden's team is communicating a clear and consistent message in support of the escalation. That is our primary focus The president's support for Israel's security, which seems to be doing just fine and probably doesn't need the backing of the United States for its legitimate right to defend itself. Yes, but it's not defending itself. That zip art of the core issue here is that since it's existed in since the thirties, Israel hasn't just been defending itself. It's been expanding and growing and conquering planned that sounds like offensive in oppressive it. They are offensive and oppressive, okay. She condemned rocket attacks against Israel by Hamas, which I also condemn and other terrorist groups, but highlighted the rights of Palestinians as well as Israel lights. We believe Palestinians and Israelis deserve equal measures of freedom, Security, dignity and prosperity. And U. S. Officials have recent weeks has spoken candidly with Israeli officials about how evictions of Palestinian families who have lived for years, sometimes decades in their homes and of demolitions of these homes, work against our common interests in achieving a solution to the conflict in the coming days. Now Israel. For those who aren't aware, is a certified ethno state. They explicitly turned themselves into an ethno state with a constitutional amendment that I think took place in 2019. And as a result, they they specifically spelled out in their constitution that Israelis have more rights than Palestine Palestinians who happen to live in Israel. And they've been using. This is long been known, but now it's actually literally part of their constitution. If you look at like building permits and stuff like that 98% of the approvals are to Israel. Israelis less than 2% of all petitions for permits and stuff like that that are originated with Palestinians actually get approved. Tensions have risen in recent weeks between Israeli police and Palestinian protesters over the infection plants. I don't blame them, they're losing their homes that they lived in for decades or generations. But another flash point has been the aisle Aqsa Mosque compound, the third holiest site of Islam and the holiest site of Judaism, which referred to it as the Temple Mount. Hamas. The militant group ruling, the Gaza Strip had given Israel a deadline to withdraw its security forces from the compound and with the deadline expired. Horrifically fired a barrage of 600 rockets into Israel, setting off air raid sirens. Israel responded. It doesn't sound state. It doesn't say how many were killed because of these rockets. But presumably the number was zero because Israel does have a rocket to fit system in place that evidently Did his job. Israel responded with air strikes on Gaza, killing 28 people, including 10 Children, according to the Wall Street Journal, And that's another reason I say, the one said Hamas fired doesn't seem to him. Achieved anything because they didn't. They listed a number that Israel killed. Not that Hamas might have killed Israeli. Oh wait. There is. The Israeli military said three Israelis have been killed by Hamas rocket fire. The military said it was investigating reports that Children had been killed and some casualties could have been the result of rockets it from Giza, Gaza. That exploded before reaching Israel. So some e mean this is Hamas versus Israel. It's well known that is that Hamas is it the most technologically capable of their rockets. Apparently they buy them from North Korea, presumably because there aren't they aren't very good. They could be old. Old weaponry there for such a long time from like the 19 fifties or something. Who knows So the clash began Friday when Palestinians threw stones at Israeli police occupying the temple. Police responded with tear gas and rubber bullets with they had stones. That's all they had. Yeah, they were throwing. They were throwing rocks. I'm being facetious there. If I recall correctly, they I wish I could remember the story. We covered it. Someone was shot and killed. Because they were trying to approach a certain wall. I don't even our fence with a balloon or something like that, and the Israeli defense forces murdered them. I'm going to have to look into that story because I don't remember the details may be right around the movie it it was shockingly horrific. Current rules state that tourists come visit the site, but only Muslims are allowed to pray there. But in recent years, Jews escorted by police have been holding prayer there. I think that's fair. Some Israelis believe the site should be open to all worshipers, but Palestinians have refused. I would tend to agree. It sounds like it's a a holy location for all three religions, which presumably not Christianity, so generally the whole area's holy So you think they would all respected very holy leg. Yeah, that would be nice. You don't want to disrespect a holy site by fighting about it that seems inherently disrespectful of the holy site. The White House's criticism of Israel stands in stark contrast to the approach under former President Trump. I don't know that I remember Trump ever even mentioning Israel. No, No. He recognized as a as a state of some sort or okay, I forget exactly with the The terminology was, but yeah, he did definitely recognize Israel as a nation state. When I was in office, we were known as the peace presidency because Israel's adversaries knew that the United States stood strongly with Israel, and there would be swift retribution if Israel was attacked. Under Biden. The world is getting more violent and more unstable because Biden sweetness and lack of support for Israel is leading to new attacks on our allies. Now what he's referring to here..
Missing Fort Hood soldier reported sexual abuse, says Army official
"Sexual assault claims by a missing Texas soldier who is now believed to be dead special agent Damon Phelps of the Army Criminal Investigation Command, says 23 year old sergeant elder Fernandez Claimed someone touched his buttocks at Fort Hood, but did not provide evidence. Investigators also say there were no witnesses and suspects passed a polygraph temple. Police believe Fernandez's body was failed hanging from a tree near some train tracks Tuesday. Ah positive identification is expected today. More news on demand and
Todd and Don
Missing Fort Hood soldier's body found, family lawyer says
"Soldier is believed to have been found about 30 miles from Fort Hood, the army base here in central Texas, where Hey was stationed identification found with the body in temple taxes indicates the man may be the missing Fort Hood soldier Sergeant Elder Fernandez this, according to a statement from local police, and forensic confirmation is pending. AnAnd. This is the third soldier from Fort Hood to go missing in this well in 2022 have been found dead this summer Temple police. They received a medical call about 5 30 yesterday, saying that A man had been seen near some railroad tracks, according to the statements and officers arrived, and they determined that the man was dead. Foul play is not suspected. But the investigation is ongoing and autopsy has been ordered. Here's Here's a quote from the police chief Sean Reynolds, our thoughts and prayers with the Fernandes family in this challenging time. Natalie Kwame, who is representing the Fernandez family, said Army police told family members about a discovery late Tuesday night and she said the body was found hanging in a tree. Hernandez backpack was with him that, according to the attorney, and police found the 23 year old man's driver's license there in his backpack, so they're pretty confident reported missing by Colleen and the U. S Army Back on August, the 19th. And was last seen on the 17th when officials said a superior dropped him off at his house. Fort Hood said in a statement over the weekend that Fernandez had transferred units after reporting sexual abuse. This is all. According to one army official. Fort Hood officials did not immediately respond to our request for comment on this, But the army and the Fernandez family from Massachusetts had asked for the public to help in finding their, uh, their missing son, and they believe that they have found him now.