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"terrence monahan" Discussed on 710 WOR
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NYPD Chief Monahan among injured in New York City protests; dozens arrested
"Will stop the violence. But at the end of the thing, it was, well, everything but a big scuffle in Lower Manhattan, which left several police officers, including a police chief with minor injuries. Mars included community leaders and clergy on their way to a prayer rally. But the march took a detour if you will, 10 10 wins reporter Carol D'Auria Tonight Prayer rally was was organized organized by by clergy clergy members members from from Brooklyn, Brooklyn, some some elected elected officials officials and and the the Police Police Sergeants Sergeants Benevolent Benevolent Association. Association. It It started started out out peacefully peacefully as as they they walked walked across across the the Brooklyn Brooklyn Bridge Bridge with with a a police police escort. escort. But But as as they they got got closer closer to to City City Hall Hall Park, Park, they they were were met met by by counterculture counterculture protesters. protesters. People People who who want want to to defund defund the the police. police. They They fought fought with with police police officers officers hitting numbers. Dicks and throwing nuts and bolts of three police officers suffered head injuries. Chief of the department Terrence Monahan had one of his fingers broken. 38 Protestors were arrested in all clergy, then continue to walk around City Hall Park, where they finally prayed on Broadway. They prayed prayed to to stop stop the the shootings shootings and and with with that, that, god god For For those those of of us us who who are are here here today today that that is is pray pray for for those those who who have have departed departed those those who who have have become become victims victims to to assess assess his his body's one creature said radical prayers will bring about radical results. Harold, You're 10 10 wins at City Hall Park. Meantime,
"terrence monahan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Feel safe about reporting. You need to feel safe about when this is poppy Witnesses are occasions what is causing this spate of violence? There's a lot of finger pointing after a bloody holiday weekend that left 11 dead in more than 50 wounded. Here's chief of department Terrence Monahan perform Colvin and courts being closed. It means a lot of different individuals or on the street. That should not be on the street. Queens Councilman Donovan Richards isn't buying that He believes officers are not doing their job in retribution for recent reforms, which the NYPD vehemently denies. Wayne. Thank you. Marla. Across the river in Jersey City, there has been a fatal shooting. A 17 year old girl died. It happened at 10 30 last night in the vicinity of Rutgers Avenue and Sheffield Avenue. The prosecutors have not yet released this morning, the victim's identity or any other information about the Internet. We just got the word about an hour and 1/2 or so ago. NYPD leadership is promising to bring New York City back after all this violence over the fourth of July weekend and beyond that, But the debate goes on about the best way to do that. WCBS Steve Burns reports. There are no solid answers from NYPD Chief of department Terrence Monahan. Just a promise toe listen, we will continue to work with every community member, Of course, the city and not just the loudest voices at protests. Monaghan is blaming those loud voices for crushing officer morale, though he disputes the notion of a slowdown in the department out cop, though, but the neighborhood's want What we need to do to keep this city safe. Among the factors contributing to the rise in crime, according to Monahan, are bail reform laws or prisoners getting released from Rikers and a city law that bans officers from sitting standing or kneeling on someone's Chester back in a way that restricts the diaphragm, Monahan says Officers could be hesitant to grab someone if during the costed out the person resists, and then he should accidentally end up on that person's back. The bill's author, Councilmember Rory Landsman, is calling for NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shader resigned, saying that Apartment has surrendered toe lawlessness. Steve Burns. WCBS News Radio 80 It matters where you get your news. Live on our news line is former national security adviser John Bolton. Did you brief the president about this alleged Russian threat? No comment, and I'll explain why we thank you for 10 minutes of what must be a very hectic schedule. Police commissioner German say Thank you. Thank you very much. What.
Bill de Blasio orders MORE New York City cops as gun violence surges
"Not not not not gun gun gun gun violence. violence. violence. violence. The The The The mayor mayor mayor mayor was was pressed pressed today today to to explain explain how how things things will will improve improve the the mayor mayor getting getting onboard onboard as as shootings shootings Serge Serge 250 250 people people shot shot over over the the past past month, month, but but we're we're gonna gonna need need all all hands hands on on deck deck to to address address this this issue. issue. He's He's meeting meeting with with community community leaders leaders in in Harlem Harlem in Upper in Upper Manhattan, Manhattan, where where numbers numbers spiked spiked over over the holiday the holiday weekend. weekend. NYPD NYPD chief chief of of department, department, Terrence Terrence Monahan Monahan says says neighborhood neighborhood policing policing involves involves input, input, so so we we need need to know to know the the community community how how they they want want their their neighborhood. neighborhood. Police Police Police Police Commissioner Commissioner Dermot Dermot Shea Shea called called the package the package of of bills bills passed passed by by the the City City Council Council insane, insane, he he says, says, We We need need laws laws that that makes makes sense. sense. Juliet Juliet Papa. Papa. 10 10 10 10 wins. wins. NEWS. NEWS. The The NYPD NYPD
Gun Violence Continues In New York City, But Officials Disagree On Root Cause
"Not not gun gun violence. violence. The The mayor mayor was pressed today to explain how things will improve the mayor getting onboard as shootings Serge 250 people shot over the past month, but we're gonna need all hands on deck to address this issue. He's meeting with community leaders in Harlem in Upper Manhattan, where numbers spiked over the holiday weekend. NYPD chief of department, Terrence Monahan says neighborhood policing involves input, so we need to know the community how they want their neighborhood. Police Police Commissioner Dermot Shea called the package of bills passed by the City Council insane, he says, We need laws that makes sense. Juliet Papa. 10 10 wins. NEWS. The NYPD
New York Mayor De Blasio Addresses Spike in Gun Violence
"The the city. city. Mayor Mayor de de Blasio Blasio is is addressing addressing the the sharp sharp rise rise in in shootings shootings this this way. way. It It has has to to be be with with the the full full participation participation the the community community and and that's that's where where I'm I'm going going to to be be working working on on today, today, he's he's heading heading to to Harley. Harley. I'm to speak to leaders there. The numbers jumped there and in Upper Manhattan over the holiday weekend, the police Department sites many factors. Chief of department Terrence Monahan, It's a combination of things down on the form. Hold it. Releases from prison court shut down, He says there's animosity toward police in certain areas. But he says people who are supportive of safety in their neighborhoods must speak up. Julia Papa, 10 10 wins news At his news conference today, Governor Cuomo was asked if the NYPD
"terrence monahan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Into the L. I eat with roving construction alternate sides in effect responsible spectrum business I'm Karen Stewart our next reports twelve eleven on ten ten wins a police lieutenant who was shot in the arm yesterday by a gunman at the forty first precinct in the Bronx is expected to be released from the hospital this hour authorities say the suspect is in custody and is the same man who opened fire on a police van the night before wounding another officer he was apprehended after apparently running out of bullets and lying down on the floor a suspect is identified as Robert Williams who is said to have a long rap sheet and it just been freed from prison on parole police commissioner shape put some of the blame for this on criminal justice reform activists who've demonstrated against excessive force by police creating an anti police environment the chief of detectives Terrence Monahan wasn't going there blame is placed on this individual thought it was okay to bring a gun and find assassinate cops he sold it shouldn't be out on the streets right now we don't want to politicize attempt to kill how many women I'm not gonna get into politics is now with the men and women who are out on the street each and every day though a suspect is forty five years old a law enforcement source says he told investigators he opened fire on police because he hates cops Robert Williams goes before a Bronx judge later today to be arraigned on charges of attempted murder weapons possession and resisting arrest and members of the police officers union are expected to pack the courtroom to same face to face Williams was brought to central booking from his hospital bed yesterday a day after re shot and injured an officer and a marked patrol van Saturday night the police commissioner called it an attempted assassination police say Williams then walked into the forty first precinct and shot a lieutenant he lay down on the precinct floor and tossed the gun and was grabbed by more than a dozen officers responding in the station house Juliet Papa ten ten wins.
"terrence monahan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Down wounded the other refused to drop his gun the chief of department Terrence Monahan they gave him to get on the ground eight three but the male she what the man had been arguing about still is not clear bullet shell casings remain littered all over the sidewalk Glenn shock ten ten wins the Seventh Avenue a no arrests yet in connection with a large brawl early today outside the faces and names lounge and bar on fifty fourth street and Seventh Avenue in Manhattan police say the fight started inside when a bartender told someone to leave and then the whole thing spilled onto the street I witnesses tell NBC for it was something out of a movie people are piling on fists flying and folks are pushing and pulling each other no injuries were reported the NYPD is looking for a suspect in the death of ninety two year old Maria for tests her body was found near liberty Avenue at a hundred twenty seven street in Richmond hill queens this week police say Ford has was known around the neighborhood as the local cap lady who was known to come out late at night and feed the stray animals there are indications that she may have been strangled you can see photos and video the suspect at ten ten wins dot com when news time eleven forty four hiring can be challenging but ziprecruiter makes it fast and easy we talked to see Dylan escalates we needed to hire director of coffee for his company cafe altura we would look through lots of applications for people who are not qualified it definitely felt like we were looking for a needle in a haystack so Dylan started using ziprecruiter and found is perfect candidate in a few days ziprecruiter is powerful technology identifies people with the right experience and actively.
NYPD-involved shooting in Manhattan's East Village: 2 dead
"Couple of people shot in the East Village this morning and they're both dead Glenn shock with more from the scene seventh street and Avenue a three thirty in the morning gunfire tearing through the neighborhood here at Avenue a and E. seventh two uniformed police officers for the night precinct opera trolling Tompkins square park came racing over when they arrived they already saw the two men shooting at each other one was down on the ground the other order by police to drop his weapon he didn't comply they fired three times chief of department Terrence Monahan gave me on suspect they gave me a command for him to get on the ground it was box two eight three but the male the suspect she had put in both of those men pronounced dead at Bellevue both were using twenty two caliber hand guns the man shot and killed by police and just served eight years in prison and was on parole
Drones will watch over Times Square during New Year's Eve ball drop — a security first
"Still have about fifteen hours ago in New York in the NYPD is ready to go they're going to be thousands of cops assigned to Times Square in the surrounding streets most of them will be in uniform in a highly visible post but as always we'll have several teams out there that will not be visible chief of patrol Terrence Monahan says for the first time the NYPD will have drones overhead keeping an eye on the crowd but said they would have been last year had it not rain this year it shouldn't ran or at least it should rain much as accu weather's Brian Thompson is here to tell us Brian yeah the weather outlook you too badly for the seating we're going to start to see summers are to see some sunshine now but there are any showers a pop up to be late this afternoon evening I think the best chance for those of the north and west of the city so I think of a good chance staying dry in Times Square this evening it's gonna be a little Briscoe temperatures been the low forties which is not bad but with that to a little bit of a breeze thank you with a real feel temptress being the low thirties at midnight
City firefighter union says NY's Rockefeller Center street closures 'misguided'
"Well today's the first day that streets surrounding Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall are closed to cars and open only to pedestrians according to the mayor's office about eight hundred thousand people filter through the area during the holiday season which is why the mayor and acted the street closures for pedestrian safety but not all city officials are in favor of the new rule the uniformed firefighters association called the move misguided they say it makes the city less safe while I'm TA president Andy Byford call the plan disappointing because it doesn't give priority to buses will chief of department of the NYPD Terrence Monahan says it will slow up traffic but they'll have more officers on the ground it gives us a lot more room for the pedestrians eat up the pedestrian congestion that that we see each and every year along along that Carter it's going to cost slowdown vehicle traffic in the area so what deploying traffic agents in and around to make sure to trafficking moves presses possible the forty ninth and fiftieth streets will be shut down from Monday through Thursday to PM to midnight Fridays from one PM to midnight and weekends from ten AM to midnight
London police shoot suspect dead after ‘terrorist’ stabbings
"A male suspect was shot by specialist losses from the city of London police and I can confirm that the suspect died at the same a number of other people received injuries during this incident investigation still in its early stages so there's nothing learn yet about whether the subset suspect was a radicalized loan wall for something more but again police say it appears terror related London's mayor study Khan says police are not looking for anyone else though after the stabbings here in the city and one of the chief of department Terrence Monahan tells tents and Wednesday are following the developments in London closely we have our counterterrorism teams deployed throughout the city were ever we have holiday shoppers holiday people gathering out teams are out there if we get any additional information from from London we can re deploy rapidly but at this point the chief says there does not appear to be any connection to that terror related incident and anything that may be threatened here
"terrence monahan" Discussed on AP News
"They've caused missteps in dangerous impasse parades gusta blown them off course NYPD chief of department Terrence Monahan says the 16000000 filled balloons may have to be lowered or removed entirely wind speeds dangerous levels so they'll be monitoring wind gauges along the parade route so if the wind gust or at that location I doubt high they may not be able to fly but that get out of the game they decision some of the newer bigger balloons this year include Snoopy the astronauts sponge Bob square pants and Gary and green eggs and ham Julie Walker New York
Wind could ground big balloons at NYC’s Thanksgiving parade
"They've caused missteps in dangerous impasse parades gusta blown them off course NYPD chief of department Terrence Monahan says the sixteen million filled balloons may have to be lowered or removed entirely wind speeds dangerous levels so they'll be monitoring wind gauges along the parade route so if the wind gust or at that location I doubt high they may not be able to fly but that get out of the game they decision some of the newer bigger balloons this year include Snoopy the astronauts sponge Bob square pants and Gary and green eggs and ham Julie Walker New York
Macy's parade balloons prepped amid high-wind warnings
"Strong winds may be a problem in New York City tomorrow for the Macy's thanksgiving day parade thousands of police officers will be on duty for the parade despite the absence of any credible threat we're very comfortable that's gonna be safe there NYPD chief Terrence Monahan knows the bigger concern for spectators maybe whether the parade signature giant character balloons fly and winds forecast to be gusty game day decision on what we're going to go with a blown so police monitor wind speed in real time to determine whether astronauts Snoopy and the others take flight at their full height of fifty five feet Aron Kader ski ABC
Man Critically Hurt After Being Shot by Officers in Brooklyn, Police Say
"Winds from police involved shooting in Brooklyn last night the NYPD telling ten ten wins that a pair of officers were on patrol and Baltics treating a oneness when they spotted a man with the gun shooting at someone before he turned and opened fire on them the officers returned fire and wounded the suspect he's critical now chief of department Terrence Monahan says the suspect is no stranger to cops who was shot was released last week from prison after serving a five years for robbery he is currently on parole it has an extensive criminal history including multiple violent felony convictions for which he previously had been on parole for the
NYPD officer shot and killed during struggle with suspect
"Has has determined determined that that police police officer officer Brian Brian mall mall keen keen was was shot shot with with his his own own gun gun the the question question now now is is whether whether he he was was also also hit hit by by friendly friendly fire purple bunting is going up flags are at half staff in the department is in mourning instance in Winston's man John Montone reports from the forty seventh precinct in the Bronx officer Michael Keens commanding officer says you could tell Brian became a police officer for all the right reasons his. best friend says he was built like a super hero and had the courage of a hero and the NYPD's chief of department Terrence Monahan says there is absolutely no worse moment on our job then this tragedies like this I'm not only an affront to the men and women in blue but to all the people shall cops proudly serve officer mold teen who had already made more than two hundred and fifty arrests was chasing an armed ex con Aidid is twenty seven year old Antonio Levine's Williams bowl team tackled Williams and as they fought from all teens gun William shop mold. then other cop shot and killed the cop killer
"terrence monahan" Discussed on KGO 810
"Brad Burkhart the official impeachment inquiry against president trump hinges on the testimony and the protection of the whistleblower who brought the complaint against the president to light correspond a limit canyon has the latest the chairman of the house intelligence committee Adam Schiff says the whistleblower at the heart of the impeachment inquiry against president trump will testify before his panel on ABC's this week chairmanships at all efforts are being taken to protect the whistle blower because as you can imagine with the present issuing threats like we ought to treat these people who expose my wrongdoing as we used to treat traders and supplies and we used to execute traders and spies you can imagine the security concerns here those concerns reach new heights when the president Sunday night tweeted I want to meet not only my accuser who presented second and third hand information but also the person who illegally gave this information which was largely incorrect to the whistle blower was this person spying on the US president big consequences in a letter to the house and Senate intelligence committee chairman lawyers representing the whistle blower so they had serious concerns for their clients personal safety Republican representative will hurt on CBS's face the nation says the whistleblower must be protected but it doesn't seem optimistic I hope we can protect this individual's name I find it highly unlikely in this incredibly a partisan environment trump ally and Republican senator Lindsey Graham also on CBS says he thinks this whole thing is a sham who is this was a blower what buys to the head and Republican representative Jim Jordan tell CNN state of the union as far as he's concerned this whistle blower and the complaint itself has no credibility first did they have first hand knowledge and second what is their motivation was or some kind of bias this individual has problems on both of those counts but chairmanship on A. B. C. says that's an empty argument the fact that that what the whistle blower related came from third parties doesn't make it less credible when that information. is borne out and ship says so far that information has borne out what the whistle blower reported about the president's communications with presents a Lynskey turned out to be right on the mark what they communicated about withholding of funds turned out to be right on the mark and what was floor communicated about sequestering these conversations are this conversation in a place that didn't belong this covert action classified file turns out to be exactly right Congress is on recess for the next two weeks but Schiff says the investigation will not stop during that time and at least one hearing is possible Linda Kenyan Washington police officers across the nation are mourning the loss of one of their own a member of the NYPD was shot and killed in the line of duty during the week at the officer who died was a nearly seven year veteran of the New York City police department he and several other officers assigned to the Bronx street crimes unit were patrolling an area where there had been an increase in gang activity according to department officials some of the officers stopped to question a man and he took off running when the officers caught up with him chief of department Terrence Monahan said there was a struggle between the suspect and cops including Brian will keen it was recorded on his body cam can be heard yelling he's reaching for it he's reaching for it. at this time no more shots were fired and also struck a total of three times the thirty three year old was pronounced dead at a hospital in the Bronx soon after chief Monaghan said they're still investigating exactly what happened during the struggle off the mall Keane's con fired five times at this point we are not sure who fired off the Balkans gone other officers shot the suspect killing Antonio Williams the twenty seven year old from Binghamton New York who was on probation for a drug arrest was also killed police said he was carrying a revolver mayor bill de Blasio we lost a hero by every measure we lost a hero the mayor met with officer Mull keen family at the hospital she wanted to protect other people he loves the city he wanted to protect other people he's the second New York City police officer to be shot and killed in the line of duty this year detective Brian Simonsson was accidentally shot by fellow police officers while confronting a robbery suspect Steve casting about New York we have some activity.
"terrence monahan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Armature north Jersey transit trains and path and also you'll find a bit of a slow go with some B. QB constructions that's still causing a problem north down into the Manhattan bridge here's meteorologist and headed owski in the W. CBS weather center looking at a cooler day today with more clouds than sun shine the high just seventy one this afternoon will be cloudy tonight the low sixty two in mid town most suburbs dipping down into the fifties then warming up again tomorrow as clowns give way to some sunshine high seventy nine partly sunny hot and humid on Wednesday the high will be near the record of ninety but then much cooler for Thursday and Friday cloudy and breezy Thursday rain at times the high only sixty six and there could be a lingering shower Friday morning otherwise cloudy in quite cool highs only in the lower sixties right now I'm in town sixty three mostly cloudy adding up to a high of seventy one later on. today. more than just the headlines this is WCBS newsradio eight eighty. the NYPD mourns an officer as it tries to understand who's bullets killed him Miskito scaring and nasty and sometimes deadly virus of turned up in Rockland county president trump says he has a right to meet his accuser CBS news reports the Ukraine whistle blowers under federal protection the end of September is the snowiest on record in the Rockies three feet and counting giants rookie quarterback Daniel Jones look good as big blue rolled over the Redskins twenty four to three the Mets and the season with a win the yanks continue there is a loss sixty five degrees heading for seventy one on Monday the last morning of September I'm Steve Scott time way to have a good morning it's five thirty one. the NYPD is absorbing a painful loss as it investigates where the shots came from that killed both a dedicated and driven officer and the our man with whom he struggled we lost a hero by every measure we lost a hero in the wee hours of the morning mayor de Blasio announced the death of thirty three year old Brian Mulcahy mall came with an anti crime officer working at the even walled houses he and his fellow cops were involved in a violent struggle with an armed man chief of department Terrence Monahan body worn camera also morphine can be heard yelling he's reaching for it he's reaching for it. at this time numerous shots were fired an hour after the stroke a total of three times the suspect was also shot in both men died this suspect was on probation mold Kenya had been a cop for sixteen years. Peter has told WCBS newsradio eight eighty in those six years officer Mulkey made one hundred fifty arrests half for felonies took guns off the street as recently as three days ago and earned at least five excellence in police duties awards the man who tried to arrest a twenty seven year old from Binghamton had a gun but chief of department Terrence Monahan says it does not appear that the suspect's gun was fired not a rock in the late as part of our area to find Miskito the virus.
"terrence monahan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Of dealing with Democrats Republicans they've been working very hard at the coming back very soon the big package of things is going to be what it for them by a lot of different people we have a lot of group work he says public safety is our number one priority but also says he wants to protect the second amendment Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams has called the town hall this week to address placard abuse the V. CBS reporter Mike Rosenberg has more since twenty seventeen there been more than seven thousand complaints in New York City of government employees using their city issued parking placards to park where they shouldn't if they're using it for their personal reasons all if we have been over saturation of plaque is in the particular community they need to be the ways in how we can realize vehicles Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams is invited the NYPD and department of transportation to Tuesday's town hall the P. has gotten some push back recently on Twitter one user called I'm scared to say what's wrong Adams replied to that common saying in part your hidden faces in the tradition of others who had themselves with white hoods he tells me that comment was not a reference to the Ku Klux Klan I was saying to him into everyone who used Twitter as a billion to or to hide their faces that those are the Paoli actions back Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty the numbers might not look good the NYPD leadership says there isn't any slow down and rest as a result of officer Daniel paddle Leo getting fired W. CBS's Steve Byrnes there has been a drop be made less arrest being mazes NYPD chief of department Terrence Monahan a thirty percent drop in arrests and summonses in the week immediately following the announcement from commissioner James o'neill that officer Daniel Pantaleo was getting fired for the chokehold death of Eric garner but Monahan says that reduction mostly had to do with minor crimes we'll be gone awry I'm gonna read for the same they've always been rob we arrest Iraqi tells W. N. Y. M. cops are upset with o'neal's decision but it doesn't have an impact on how they're doing their job but most confident in the men and women that turn out there in patrol the streets they're going to keep the people of the city.
"terrence monahan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Process of dealing with Democrats Republicans Dave been working very hard over the coming back very soon the the big package of things is going to be what it for them by a lot of different people we have a lot of group work it out of he says public safety is our number one priority but also says he wants to protect our second amendment Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams has called that town hall this week to address placard abuse W. CBS reporter Mike Rosenberg has more since twenty seventeen there been more than seven thousand complaints in New York City of government employees using their city issued parking placards to park where they shouldn't if they're using it for their personal reasons all if we have been over saturation of plaque is in a particular community they need to be the ways in how we can realize vehicles Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams is invited the NYPD and department of transportation to Tuesday's town hall the BP has gotten some push back recently on Twitter one user called him scared to say what's wrong Adams replied to that common saying in part your hidden faces in the tradition of others who had themselves with white hoods he tells me that comment was not a reference to the Ku Klux Klan I was saying to him into everyone who used Twitter as a billion to or to hide their faces those are our Li actions back Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eight the numbers might not look good but NYPD leadership says there isn't any slow down an address as result of officer Daniel Pantaleo getting fired Debbie CBS's Steve burns has more there has been a drop be made less arrest being mazes NYPD chief of department Terrence Monahan a thirty percent drop in arrests and summonses in the weeks immediately following the announcement from commissioner James o'neill that officer Daniel Pantaleo was getting fired for the chokehold death of Eric garner but Monahan says that reduction mostly had to do with minor crimes so we look at gun are at I've got arrested the same they've always been rob we arrest Iraqi tells W. N. Y. M. cops are upset with o'neal's decision but it doesn't have an impact on how they're doing their job we have but most confident in the men and women that turn out there in patrol the streets they're going to keep the people of the city safe the NYPD's largest.
Police search for suspects who hit cops with water
"Police are looking for three suspects who were caught on video pouring water on cops in a pair of viral attacks memo to the guys who through buckets of water on cops you will be arrested and outrage NYPD chief of department Terrence Monahan detailed the incidents in Harlem and near the seventy third precinct at a ceremony honoring veteran cops he says the suspects of scattered but they have good information and the greatest detectives in the world who will
Officer, Supervisor And Harlem discussed on Michael Berry
"This is absolutely infuriating to watch you'll have to go to our blog to see the video for yourself but let me see if I can paint the picture for you the video shows NYPD officers getting drenched with buckets of water as they respond to calls another clip shows a soaked officer getting beat in the back of the head with an empty red plastic bucket while his partner hand cuffs a suspect an NYPD supervisor warned today it's a bucket of water tomorrow it could be a bucket of cement two video show bucket fulls of water hurled toward officers as onlookers watch one incident is said to have taken place in Harlem and the other in Brooklyn the first video shows a man picked up the bucket and hurled at the cop prompting several bystanders to exclaim as it bounces off his head another video shows two cops in stopping wet uniforms walking away as water flies through the air toward their backs at one point a young man runs up behind one cop N. dumps a bucket of water over his head NYPD chief of department Terrence Monahan posted a small still image of the ricocheting bucket on his Twitter account where he called the video reprehensible he wrote New York city's cops in communities have made remarkable progress together but every New Yorker my show respect for our cops they deserve nothing less New York Post writes a police source blame the incidents on the NYPD's hands off approach to these guys under bill de Blasio the mayor who does that in there right frame of mind all who believe there are no consequences here is the audio of that very troubling downs with buckets of water the NYPD says officers were sold to all responding to a call about a disorderly group on east New York Avenue in Brooklyn Saturday afternoon a similar scene caught on camera during this weekend's record high temps the NYPD arresting someone at a car in Harlem when they too were pelted with water and even struck on the head with an empty bucket I work in this neighborhood for ten years and I've never seen anything like that tonight extra police where it happened on Saint Nicholas Avenue and one hundred fifteenth street the mayor addressed to the issue on New York one Monday night throwing things at N. Y. P. D. officer is not only not acceptable it can lead to charges all of those actions can lead to charges the N. Y. P. D. chief of department Terrence Monahan added the situation is quote reprehensible and said every New Yorker must show respect for cops councilman Keith powers is on the public safety committee the hard part to watch was really these great public servants going out there doing their jobs and being treated like they don't matter and it's a city I know that we're better than that are you the
Videos show NYPD officers being doused with water
"The NYPD is looking into those viral video showing people throwing buckets of water and officers in one incident the bucket itself also had cops WCBS reporter Steve burns has more from police headquarters one video shows officers holding down a suspect on the hood of a car in Harlem when they get splashed with water and then a red bucket gets thrown at officers the other took place in Brownsville two officers walking away from a group of people get water repeatedly thrown on them they keep walking we have good information out detectors that are protected by the greatest in the world to look and and we will identify who is involved and the rest will be made with that is not acceptable we don't take that in the words of NYPD chief of department Terrence Monahan Baird applause he was outraged as well calling it completely unacceptable the police benevolent association is blaming what it calls anti cop lawmakers for keeping the NYPD's hands tied saying disorder controls the streets at one police plaza Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio
NYC cops doused with water and hit with buckets, NYPD investigating
"The NYPD is investigating a prepare videos emerged showing people dousing cops with water buckets the clips are alleged to have been recorded in Harlem in Brownsville in Brooklyn over the weekend both show officers getting drenched with water including one who was also hit in the head with a bucket NYPD chief of police Terrence Monahan calling the videos reprehensible adding that city cops must be shown the respect they deserve there's a blasian because the clips unacceptable says the city won't tolerate this kind of
"terrence monahan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Rules those are in effect tomorrow I'm Rebecca his arrows next report ten eleven on ten ten wins thank you Rebecca wins news time ten OO to two police officers and one suspect in the hospital following a shooting on the streets of the Bronx it's audio from the scene our Samantha leaving is live on that scene right now Samantha what's happening out there yeah still the heavy police presence as police investigate what happened but we just heard an update from chief of department Terrence Monahan who says that if this happened just before seven this at this evening on a hundred and sixty six street near summit Avenue they say police came upon a man who had his hand appear to have broken a BMW's window he claimed that it was his car any produce keys which they say did not match the keys for that car they tried to arrest him he resisted on the ground they say the officer involved in this said the man pointed a gun in his abdomen and said I have a gallon gun die expletive is the is what the chief of department said and so he shot him twice it can be seen on video that is out there on the internet now as several witnesses saw it there is body cam footage of it however the officers have yet to be interviewed because they're being observed right now ringing in their ears yes the the video is very graphic however police say that he did in fact points a gun at the officer and they did recover a little date semi automatic handgun from the suspect he is in surgery now and he is stable expected to survive again still active investigation here in the high bridge section of the Bronx senator Lieberman ten ten with life in the Bronx thank you Samantha wince use time ten formal keep you updated on this still developing story a pedestrian was killed two others were hurt in a gruesome car crash stay calm say the victims were struck.
NYPD suicides part of a larger trend
"After a rash of police officer, suicides leaders at the NYPD are encouraging members to seek help if the demands of the job are just too much the police Commissioner called it a mental health crisis within the NYPD the suicide of a twenty nine year old cop on Stanton island was the third police suicide in ten days in a police video posted to Twitter chief of the department Terrence Monahan said there has to be an open conversation about suicide, not something set in whispers. It is imperative that we have conversations there is help available reach out reach out within this agency. Twenty four hours a day, seven days a week, we have someone that you can speak to if you're afraid to goal to agency, go externally, get the help, he said, seeking help would not adversely affect an officer's career. Carol d'auria ten wins
"terrence monahan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Warning. Place. West one hundred eighty third street around six pm police say a man in a mask with a gun ripped off a large brick of narcotics in a building lobby. He opened fire in that building. When plainclothes officers confronted him on the street. He shouted them to chief of department. Terrence monahan. The often gives the suspect on foot down Laurie exchanging gun violence suspect as the suspect that one fifty two Westport road. He was taken into custody. Firearm was a woman and a young girl. Caught in the crossfire is not clear who shot them. The woman hitting the abdomen. Bullet fragments struck the girl's leg the suspect. Took a bullet in the neck and foot streets remained closed overnight as investigators documented the ballistic evidence officers fired nearly two dozen rounds in the Bronx, Sean Adams, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty a Bill being introduced in the New Jersey assembly today would raise the states minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour by twenty twenty four farm workers and those younger than eighteen wouldn't hit the fifteen dollar Mark until twenty Twenty-nine governor Murphy supports the wage increase, but not those two exemptions. The state's current minimum wage is eight sixty an hour and that will go up by twenty five cents on January first congestion pricing. The fight for that picking up again today. We'll have the latest in three minutes. This is the takeout with major Garrett every week and extended conversation at a restaurant in our nation's capital with news. Makers like publican congressman Trey Goudy, President Trump hauling out the special counsel, if you are innocent or that is acting like Democratic National Committee chairs home Perez..
"terrence monahan" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Van a hazardous material placards clearly visible on the back and in NYPD drone armed with sensors buzzing overhead with the UAB's will allow us to do is get us. Crystal clear images of the container the contents and the placards so officials better know what they're dealing with. It's just one of the uses for the NYPD's new fourteen craft drone fleet Chiba department. Terrence Monahan says what they won't be used for is warrantless surveillance NYPD drones will be used to save lives. And while the NYPD heralds, the new fleet the legal aid society opposes it saying it further militarise is the police Al Jones ten ten wins at four. In Queens, New Yorkers on the street. What they think of this new fleet? It'd be great to not have those helicopters flying everywhere. That's true. Just creates this sense of panic, quiet. Drones. May that something that's more practical for New York? I don't know. I'd have to think about us. I have concerns about privacy. But if they're are restricting their activities to those types of things, I can see where would be useful. NYPD is releasing video taken by its drones. You can see it at ten ten wins dot com wins news time one twenty four head of New York City transit back on the city council hotseat Tuesday, giving an update on his progress. Andy Byford told a city council committee that he's encouraged by emerging technology. It could speed up the implementation of a new signal system in the subway if ultra wideband does prove to be viable, then we can reduce the cost, and we can get the the lines. We signalled more quickly Byford also addressed climbing fare revenue and bus ridership. He says stricter enforcement is necessary. I think there should be a very.
Balloon poking fun at Mayor Sadiq Khan flies over London
"You might remember the Trump, angry baby balloon that protesters hoisted. Above London during President Trump's visit there today similar protests balloon targeting that city's mayor city-khan. Supporters watch the inflatable bikini-clad com takes, to the skies cheering high hire. A cibluding rose through the warm late some they believe com has failed to reduce. Street crime in London and some more t shirts reading make London safe again the balloon poking fun at Khan is also a, rebuke to the left wing leaning there who backed his supporters right to launch a giant balloon depicting US. President Donald Trump as an angry baby during his July, visits to Britain has been repeatedly criticized by Trump. For his handling of security and crime in the British
"terrence monahan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Warm forecast from wcbs meteorologist frank straight tonight we'll have mainly clear skies very warm for this evening tonight it'll turn muggy and only dropped seventy two in midtown and then tomorrow looks to be a rather hot humid day the hottest most humidity this summary spell are high will be a recordtying ninety five partly sunny skies heated dixville peak around one hundred in the afternoon front move in late tomorrow into tomorrow night producing a couple of thunderstorms otherwise mainly cloudy warm and steamy with the low seventy seven and midtown tomorrow night then tuesday we start out with clouds and leftover shower the rest of the day increasing son with decreasing humidity high eightyeight wcbs fiveday forecast features generally nice weather partly sunny high eighty two with low humidity wednesday partly sunny high eighty four thursday mostly sunny high eighty two friday i'm meteorologist frank straight to the wcbs weather center eighty degrees in south river it is eighty and somerville eighty in park slope eighty in the bronx and eighty in central park wcbs news time eight twenty the nypd is rolling out its program to battle the anticipated increase in summertime crime rich lamb has the story nypd chief of department terrence monahan says two hundred ninety three officers are being reassigned from desk jobs or administrative posts to some of the grittiest blocks of new york city as chief monaghan put it these officers will be assigned high visibility posts at locations and at times of day that have a history of violence dogs we head into the summer we have a laser like focus on the area the vow city experiencing an uptick in violence we want every new yorker to know because the nypd is fully deployed out there with them in their neighborhood on their block for the most part the officers in the summer all out program we'll be working the four to midnight and.
"terrence monahan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"In central park w cbs news time six twenty the nypd is rolling out it's program to battle the anticipated increase in summertime crime rich lamb has the story nypd chief of department terrence monahan says two hundred ninety three officers are being reassigned from desk jobs or administrative posts to some of the grittiest blocks of new york city as chief monaghan put it these officers will be assigned high visibility posts at locations and at times of day that have a history of violence head into the summer we have a laser like focus on the area vow city experiencing an uptick in violence we want every new yorker to know because the nypd is fully deployed out there with them in their neighborhood on their block for the most part the officers in the summer all out program will be working the four to midnight and midnight to eight tours on south street at market slip rich lamb wcbs newsradio eight the merchants of automation or the use of an automatic equipment system to perform a job done by humans could mean the loss of millions of jobs across the country here in new york us senator kirsten gillibrand is trying to make sure that doesn't happen mac rosenberg reports senator gillibrand wants to expand trade adjustment assistance which currently helps those whose jobs have been outsourced to include people who lose jobs to automation equipped to deal with automation and workers who lose their jobs automation they're all the same opportunities to get back on their feet as workers whose jobs are shipped overseas she says ten percent of jobs in new york city could be affected by automation those positions are mainly focused in manufacturing mac rosenberg wcbs newsradio eight eighty a victim of its own success more than ten.
"terrence monahan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Twelve oh four in the bronx today a street has been renamed for emt darah a royal she was killed last year when a man took control of her ambulance and struck her with it arroyo who was forty four had five children her accused killer jose gonzalez was found not fit to stand trial last month assigned to mark the street which was renamed to honor arroyo went up today at boston road and east one hundred sixty nine th street and mauritania with warm weather arriving the nypd is adding cops now to the streets in order to keep crime down the nypd calls it the summer all out program two hundred ninety three cops will temporarily leave desk jobs and administrative positions to take high profile posts in areas prone to violence chief of department terrence monahan says all out commands last year saw shootings go down by nearly half blowout officers the police academy also graduating new class of approximately seven hundred and fifty recruits in july these additional offseason provide significant increases to a bloodline stafford of course by the summer all out cops will for the most part be working the four to twelve or midnight to eight tours in lower manhattan rich lamb wcbs newsradio eight eight at twelve oh six the two men who tried to kidnap two eightyearold girls who are playing in the backyard and mineola this week are still on the loose police have now released a sketch of at least one of the suspects he has a long brown beard he is short with straight black hair an earring in his left ear he's thin around five five and is believed to be an early to mid forties police say at the time of the incident both men were wearing yellow pants and blue shirts there have been no other attempted abductions in the area since w cbs news time twelve oh seven the fourth of july is coming up so i'm having a few buddies over for a barbecue to watch the fireworks we're going to be grilling and of course having.
"terrence monahan" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Wins news time one oh two police have a suspect in custody and the brutal rape and robbery of a young woman in the bronx he followed his prey into the concourse village building following her to the elevator worry attacked channel seven talk to the victim's sister he says i was she got into elevator he went right behind her and that's why he's a cop stares don't know what happened in damning sandwich was blacked out the nypd says the attacker dragged the twentythreeyearold to the rooftop of the building at park avenue and east one sixty first street where he raped her and robbed her al jones tim ten wins news tips to recognize the photo released of the thirty year old suspect who is now in custody with charges pending wins news time one zero three broad daylight home invasion scared an elderly woman in chelsea thursday afternoon the nypd says someone pushed their way into a tenth floor apartment at three oh five west twenty eighth street the eighty year old woman opened the door and was knocked to the ground by man robbed the apartment police are scouring surveillance footage for clues about this who remains on the loose month after month the nypd announces drops in the city's crime rate with one glaring exception the subway system while a lot safer than it was in the seventies the transit system continues to be a hot spot for theft and assault to get a handle on it nypd chief of department terrence monahan says they're bringing neighborhood policing tactics underground you see that same cop every day you see his face you see you see a problem on that subway you see something you now have an email to reach out to that cop see as you come on new subway neighborhood policing sectors have been launched in the bronx and brooklyn new while there was mayhem on a manhattan down to a train in brooklyn thursday morning.
"terrence monahan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is morning edition from npr news right here on wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake alternate side of his free parking regulations are suspended today for greek orthodox holy thursday meals in effect nj transit has delays in the morris essex pass gac valley in the montclair and lines and there are trained delays on l subway trains due to police activity at sixth avenue support for wnyc comes from the city of new york which is offering general obligation bonds to individual investors on monday april ninth and tuesday april tenth the preliminary official statement and more information are available through financial advisers and broker dealers roundabout theater company presenting travesties on broadway an artist a writer and a revolutionary collide in its tom stoppard comedy directed by patrick marver through june seventeenth tickets at roundabout theater dot org wnyc independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine fm and am eight twenty npr news and the new york conversation live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone the department of homeland security has begun coordinating the movement of national guard troops with states in the region of the us mexico border the action is expected to be immediate npr's john burnett is following developments today fewer people are being apprehended than in the last forty seven years they're far lower than when george bush or barack obama called out the national guard for the border when they were presidents but that being said the agents tell me that the crossers are more emboldened in the last few months they're seeing these large groups of women with children unaccompanied kids and both of them get special treatment under the law they detain the immigrants for a while and then they have to release them until they wait for their day in immigration court the american civil liberties union suing the sheriff and district attorney and california's orange county for improperly securing defending confessions daniel carson yielding what they thought was a gun police chief of department terrence monahan says officers opened fire when the man later identified vassal waved a metal object at them the suspect they took me to handed shooting stands and pointed and objects at approaching offices to of home was actually a metal pipe with a knob on it not a gun for officers fire ten rounds fassel.