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"tom mayo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cities and towns are now Considered to be high risk for covert 19. That number has tripled over the past three weeks. BBC TV's Christina Hager is on the the South South Shore, Shore, where where there there has has been been a a big big surge surge in in cases cases recently. recently. In In several several scenic scenic South South shore shore towns. towns. People People are are just just finding finding out out Cove Cove in in 19 19 is closer than they thought. It's definitely very concerning and very scary. I think it's hard to find a balance between you want your kids to have the socialization and be part of the sports sports like youth hockey now taking a hit from the virus kid that we're playing against had it So we had to take a break from hockey 15 year old Joe Hennessy plays and hang him. One of several towns south of Boston that just moved into the high risk Red zone on the state's color coded map of virus rates will hang him. Health Department has had to quarantine entire teens hang in town Administrator Tom Mayo at a virtual select mints meeting this week. We're seeing a troubling increase in covert 19 cases. And privately runs team sports, especially indoor sports, like hockey, basketball and indoor soccer earlier this month at this rink in Rockland, which is also in the Red Zone, teams from seven area towns competed, leading to an outbreak among coaches and players. This as the number of high risk communities in Massachusetts tripled in the last couple weeks to a total 63 experts say. It's not the time to let up as things get colder. Now we're going

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63 Massachusetts cities and towns, including Boston, at high risk for coronavirus

WBZ Overnight News

01:57 min | 4 months ago

63 Massachusetts cities and towns, including Boston, at high risk for coronavirus

"Cities and towns are now Considered to be high risk for covert 19. That number has tripled over the past three weeks. BBC TV's Christina Hager is on the the South South Shore, Shore, where where there there has has been been a a big big surge surge in in cases cases recently. recently. In In several several scenic scenic South South shore shore towns. towns. People People are are just just finding finding out out Cove Cove in in 19 19 is closer than they thought. It's definitely very concerning and very scary. I think it's hard to find a balance between you want your kids to have the socialization and be part of the sports sports like youth hockey now taking a hit from the virus kid that we're playing against had it So we had to take a break from hockey 15 year old Joe Hennessy plays and hang him. One of several towns south of Boston that just moved into the high risk Red zone on the state's color coded map of virus rates will hang him. Health Department has had to quarantine entire teens hang in town Administrator Tom Mayo at a virtual select mints meeting this week. We're seeing a troubling increase in covert 19 cases. And privately runs team sports, especially indoor sports, like hockey, basketball and indoor soccer earlier this month at this rink in Rockland, which is also in the Red Zone, teams from seven area towns competed, leading to an outbreak among coaches and players. This as the number of high risk communities in Massachusetts tripled in the last couple weeks to a total 63 experts say. It's not the time to let up as things get colder. Now we're going

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Philadelphia Year In Review: 2019's Biggest Stories

KYW 24 Hour News

03:40 min | 1 year ago

Philadelphia Year In Review: 2019's Biggest Stories

"This this is the KYW newsradio all local year in review the beginning of the year saw Johnny doc and Bobby Heenan get slapped with federal corruption charges I'm Pat lobe the indictments against local ninety eight leader John Dougherty and councilman Bobby Heenan were not unexpected the FBI had raided their offices in twenty sixteen but some of the allegations surprised most notably as prosecutor Jennifer Williams described Dougherty's attempt to halt the installation of an MRI machine at children's hospital because it was being done by non union labor Keenan got involved and tried to use his influence as a city councilman to stop the work he did not resign he didn't even give up his Majority Leader position a decision his colleagues accepted with understand if the driver is an allegation he's legally innocent till proven guilty and should be treated as a the centenar Kenny said he was sad about the indictment he and Dougherty grew up together in Dougherty is a political ally but can he distanced himself from the allegations that doesn't affect involved this administration or myself or anybody who works for me deputy in heat and have pleaded not guilty but their trial is not set to begin until next September keeping the matter unresolved for most of twenty twenty two Bucks county now where two years after four young men were killed on a farm the legal saga came to a close with both murders thrown behind bars in state prison for the rest of their lives I'm Jim my word and oils this criminal saga is over books any DA Matt Weintraub after Sean Kratz was found guilty of first degree murder and sentenced to life in prison it all started in July twenty seventeen when the eyes of the nation turn the Bucks county and the search than recovery of the bodies of dean for the care of Tom Mayo mark sturgeon Jimmy Patrick in April twenty eighteen Kratz and his cousin because mode in order were set to plead guilty in order went through with his **** Kratz backed out of a fifty nine hundred eighteen year prison sentence then in November Kratz hung his head as the jury announced their verdict key to the prosecution Kratz held the gun for hours before the killings he could have saved him and he chose to think only of himself and cross was found guilty of only one murder the DA's office was essentially forced to withdraw the death penalty but Weintraub says in the long run that might be better he will not be a political martyr for the death penalty argument he will not become a political football you will not become a cause celeb will go down in history as an afterthought they will die in prison it has been nearly four decades since he was convicted of murdering Philadelphia police officer Danny Faulkner but Mumia Abu Jamal continues his quest for freedom this year decisions made by the district attorney prompted protests I'm Kristin Johannsen the district attorney decided not to oppose a lower court's decision to allow mobile bu Jamal's appeal to move forward a common pleas court judge said Abou Jamal should be given the opportunity to re argue his appeal in front of the state Supreme Court because of previously missing documents it'd involvement of a former city DA turned state Supreme Court justice who ruled out of Jamal's appeal the D. A.'s decision infuriated Danny Faulkner's widow Maureen and the FOB president John the Nez be who then staged a protest outside the DA's office bell does in virtually every sense Maureen filed a petition with the state's highest court asking cries there be removed from the case because of the direct conflict that his wife Lisa Ralph had when she was a partner at law firm and they defended Mumia Abul Jamal Jody died who sits in the district attorney's office was involved with the internet and with their friends and family of Mumia Abul Jamal the DA refuted each of the claims in his own filing the state's Attorney General wrote a brief supporting Fockers right to be heard by the High Court and now the decision is in their

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Charged with murder recklessly endangering the welfare of children and related offenses she abused her stitch drop of the user again stay strong abused her again stitcher off burned her with some kind of scalding liquid pastor up at home burner again on another part of the body with the scalding liquid patcher up at home the child's biological mother had given custody of the toddler to brown through a notarized letter Kristin Johannsen KYW news radio box county jury that heard closing arguments after four days of testimony in the Shawn Kratz murder trial is set to begin deliberations in the morning a wide W. suburban bureau chief bill Miller has been covering the while at the door it's time for the vegetarian Charles Prudhoe tells the jury the unified showing Kratz guilty of manslaughter or not guilty of everything recalls the murders of Tom Mayo dean for Karen marks are just killing for sport orchestrated by Croats cousin Cosmo denardo rid argue denardo showed he didn't need shock rats when denardo killed and buried Jimmy Patrick on his own a couple days earlier that's watched as the Nordic crushed male with a back hoe so of course she was scared and never asked for help brutal tells the jury if they believe Kratz did what he did out of fear of his cousin they should be found not guilty but prosecutor Greg shore says no reasonable person would have pulled the trigger and less they had the intent to kill Medicare okay that sure says makes this murder shore says crowds came across a dozen people after dinner told about the plan to rob and Carol but sources crotch never asked any of them for help sources crowds held the murder weapon for an hour and forty one minutes leading up to the shooting up and Carol and shore says Kratz controlled the gun before during and after that shooting and he says Kratz when with his cousin to get cheese steaks but with the blood money of the boys they killed in Doylestown Jamelle word K. winnable you newsradio testers gather around the country to show their support for so called dreamers and Dhaka several justices on the U. S. supreme court's conservative majority indicated that the trump administration and provided a sufficient reason to wind down the program that protects some immigrants from deportation you hear me.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Who punched the suspect twelve times in the head is not guilty of using excessive force he won the league's Mike denardo reports Camden County police officer Nicholas Roman Tino wiped away tears as a jury returned the not guilty verdict it was the second time he faced a federal trial on charges he used excessive force the first ended in a mistrial in June Roman Tino was caught on police body cams repeatedly punching unarmed suspect Edward Ming well at twelve times in the head prosecutors said the force violated make well as civil rights but the defense argued Manuela was resisting arrest and the force was justified a statement from county spokesman Dan cations says the department respect the jury's decision and that now an internal investigation into Roman Tino's conduct will begin the officer's attorney is Daniel right back we'll see with department wants to do there's currently a ministry of charge pending so I'm sure internal affairs will be in touch with me we're gonna go from there Roman Tino remain suspended without pay in Camden Mike denardo KYW newsradio the chairman of the house Judiciary Committee says the president should be impeached on the eve of what he calls his committee's first impeachment hearing house Judiciary Committee chairman Gerald Nadler says it's his personal opinion president trump should be impeached appearing on W. NYC Nadler said behavior like trashing the constitution trashing the norms that guarantee democratic government and taking steps so the president becomes more of a tyrant cannot be tolerated but he added the house should not move ahead with impeachment without public support Nadler says impeachment is important even if the Senate doesn't remove the president from office because Congress must quote vindicate the constitution to rebuild under Washington jury selection is under way for the trial of a twenty one year old accused of murdering three men on the Bucks county farm in the summer of two thousand seventeen even those trial won't start until November five jurors have conceded so far. the blood of the U. suburban bureau chief JML work has more jury selection is underway seven weeks before the start of the trial because of concerns being able to find twelve people in Bucks county who could fairly decide the fate of Sean crafts those concerns appear on warranted as two jurors were seated before lunch on the first day of jury selection Kratz is accused of killing Tom Mayo demon Carol March third just then burying them in a twelve foot deep hole in a strawberry farm crisis cousin Cosmo denardo pleaded guilty to those three murders and also the murders of Jimmy Patrick he's in prison for the rest of his life if convicted Kratz would face the death penalty before jury selection started the judge asked Kratz about plea offers for prosecutors crowd said he was aware of them and was rejecting them crunch previously backed out of a plea of fifty nine two hundred eighteen years at the last minute as trial scheduled to start November sixth and is expected to last two weeks into will time Jim out working with his radio new research from the university of southern California shows just how much faith in is on the rise the study finds that last year the number of young adults using E. cigarettes skyrocketed seven hundred thousand between the ages of eighteen and twenty four began beeping one of the researchers says the results are alarming given the recent rise of E. cigarette related illnesses and deaths the study also found that young adults do prefer E. cigarette flavors that seem to be targeted to younger age groups including fruit and mint flavors Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles..

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"tom mayo" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Ten WPA an emotional day in court for the parents and families of four murder victims whose brutal killings on a bucks county farm made national headlines you'll recall this when I say it today, the parents who pleaded for Justice in their college age sons killings and door yet. Another delay today. Sean Kratz who police say confessed to helping his cousin kill three of those victims announcing a new attorney in court today, and then backed out of a guilty plea backing out of that plea deal. So Kratz charged with the murders of dean Kerio. Tom mayo and Mark Sturgis his co-defendant and his cousin pleading guilty to four counts of first degree murder for those killings and also for the deadly shooting of Jimmy Patrick a few days earlier. This was the summer of twenty seventeen so Crassus cousin Cosmo DeNardo, serving four life sentences. In his confession and guilty. Plea DeNardo claims he and Kratz lured three of those victims to Jaros family farm for pot party instead shot and killed the victims tried to burn their bodies in a smoker and then buried them cer-. Prosecutors today saying that they're planning to seek the death penalty against crats and plan to use his confession. They say against him in New Jersey. We have more delays for legislation that would pave the way to legalize adult use of recreational marijuana. So this is governor Phil Murphy today saying that he wanted to act by the end of September. And then the date got pushed back until this week. And now today there's word again this debate could drag out well into next year. Apparently, they're they're debating over how to tax it and the tax dollars as well as dealing with the criminal aspect of of the how to deal with people who violate the marijuana laws. So that. Bay continues. And we'll continue to watch it. I witness weather. We are in free beautiful stretch of sunshine. Bright sunny days three of them. Tomorrow. Fifty eight Wednesday sixty seven and Thursday our big day at the movies..

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"This is reporter's roundup weekend edition dramatic moves in local case that made national headlines it was a court appearance for the two young men accused in bucks county killing rampage last summer or young men were murdered lured to reform in seoul berry township under the guise of a marijuana deal kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert joins us jim a plea in this case but a stunning development involving the second defendant steve one plea went as planned one did not cosmo denardo pleaded guilty to i remember four counts of first degree murder in the deaths of jimi patrick kane venacuro tom mayo and mark sturgis the twenty one year old was sentenced to four consecutive life sentences in a brief statement he told the family's hopes they find peace that he's genuinely sorry the judge told him he thinks that apology is false and insincere vivid descriptions in the courtroom including one of the victims already shot screaming on the ground injured denardo stood over him and tried to shoot him with a rifle but the gun wouldn't fire so denardo got an a backhoe and ran him over after the murders denardo indus codefendant cousin sean kratz went for cheese steaks then went home and showered the father of one of the victims and hard hitting statement to the court told denardo he'll never make it in prison quote not only are wannabes cowards like you preyed upon they'll know you're a snitch before you make your bed but codependent kratz when it was his turn to plea balked at the deal declining would have given him fifty nine to one hundred eighteen years in prison prosecutors immediately announcing they're ready to go to trial and we'll seek the death penalty bucks county da matt wine trope saying the plea deal is off the table wine trump says denardo could potentially testify against kratz at trial suburban bureau chief kyw's jim melwert with us on reporter's roundup thank you jim thank you steve we've been working on this since the supreme court announced last summer that they were taking up the case obviously very exciting news now at this the internet fantasy sports website draft kings the us supreme court cleared the way for legalize sports betting across the nation striking down the nineteen ninetytwo federal law so how soon could people place their bets on their favorite teams or events joining us on reporter's roundup kyw's mike denardo micro you finding much locally yet you're finding.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"North korea has threatened to abandon plan talks between leader kim jong hoon and president donald trump in june if washington insists on pushing it into a corner on nuclear disarmament statement published by the state run korean central news agency says north korea would never accept economic assistance from the us in exchange for abandoning its nuclear program cbs news senior white house correspondent major garrett has more the definition of denuclearization has been at the heart of the relationship between north korea and the us optimism that denuclearization could be achieved is running into a struggle over that very definition and that struggle will define whether there's a summit and how successful if one occurs it will be the state department is scrambling to figure out if north korea is just negotiating employ tactics or if this threat to pull out is actually real what is clear is this has cast a bit of a pall of what appeared to be a warming relationship between washington npr this morning there the white house says it's still hopeful the kim trump summit will happen kyw news time this just in the kyw newsradio ten sixty there has been a plea in the murders of four young men last year in bucks county kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert joining us live with more jim good afternoon suzanne cosmo denardo fleet of guilty to first degree murder in the deaths of jimi patrick dean finicky tom mayo in march third just the twenty one year old is sentenced to four consecutive life sentences denardo wearing horned rimmed glasses shackled in an orange jumpsuit showed no emotion the graphic details of his crimes which captivated the nation last summer were read out in court or when families of the family members of the victims addressed the court in a brief statement he told those found is if you could take it back he would adding he hopes they find peace and that he's genuinely sorry the judge told him he thinks that apology is false and insincere vivid descriptions including one of the victims already shot screaming injured on the ground denardo stood over him tried to shoot him with a rifle but the gun wouldn't fire so we got in the backhoe and ran him over after the murders denardo in his codefendant cousin sean kratz went for cheese steaks than went home in showered the one victim's mother and a flash of.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Almost three hundred all told in april with camden second on that list now steve ninety three people were shot in new jersey last month seventeen died david madden with us on reporter's roundup thank you david you got it could be major development soon suburban murder rampage that made hinder national news the two men who prosecutors say killed four people on a bucks county farm are due in court next week and now sources close to the case they say there could be a resolution let's get more in check in suburban bureau chief kyw's jim melwert jim can you tell us l steve cosmo denardo in sean kratzer scheduled for two separate hearings next wednesday the sixteenth prosecutors will only say they're a court appearance is scheduled but sources say the hearings could bring the cases to a close crats and denardo are both charged with the murders of dean finnick karaoke tom mayo and mark sturgis dinardo's also charged with the murder of jimmy patrick those four men were the subject of a days long search in sober township last summer that captivated the nation after three of the bodies were found in a shared grave prosecutors made a deal with denardo taking the death penalty off the table in exchange for a full confession that led investigators to patrick's body and also to kratz dinardo's cousin according to charging documents in that confession denardo said patrick came to the farm expecting the by thousands of dollars of marijuana but denardo shot him and buried him then two days later finocchiaro was shot by denardo and croats and what was also to be a drug deal later that same day according to the court documents the two shot mayo and sturgis they put the three bodies in large metal tank and tried to burn them they then returned the next day to bury them in a twelve foot twelve plus foot grave where they were found both men pleaded not guilty in december prosecutors smiled paperwork reserving the right to seek the death penalty against both of them adding they hope they don't have to the two men have been kept separate since they were arrested again two separate hearing scheduled next wednesday one in the morning one in the afternoon steve you'll keep us updated thank you jim suburban bureau chief kyw's jim melwert with us on reporter's roundup.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"For that mass transit looking good next update less than ten minutes i'm stevie re so the trumark financial twenty four hour traffic center this is reporter's roundup there could be major development soon in a suburban murder rampage had made international news to men who prosecutors say killed four people in a rural bucks county farm last summer they're due in court next week now sources close to the case say there could be a resolution covering this joining us at a suburban bureau chief kyw's jim melwert jim what can you tell us about this steve cosmo denardo in sean kratzer scheduled for two separate hearings next wednesday the sixteenth prosecutors will only say they're a court appearance is scheduled but sources say the hearings could bring the cases to close crats and denardo are both charged with the murders of dean finnick herro tom mayo and mark sturgis dinardo's also charged with the murder of jimmy patrick those four men were the subject of a days long search in salisbury township last summer that captivated the nation after three of the bodies were found in a shared grave prosecutors made a deal with denardo taking the death penalty off the table exchange for a full confession that led investigators to patrick's body and also to kratz dinardo's cousin according to charging documents in that confession denardo said patrick came to the farm expecting to by thousands of dollars of marijuana but denardo shot him and buried him then two days later finocchiaro was shot by denardo and croats and what was also be a drug deal later that same day according to the court documents the twoshot mayo and sturgis they put the three bodies in large metal tank and tried to burn them they then returned the next day to bury them in a twelve foot twelve plus foot grave where they were found both men pleaded not guilty in december prosecutors smiled paperwork reserving the right to seek the death penalty against both of them adding they hope they don't have to the two men have been kept separate since they were arrested in two separate hearing scheduled next wednesday one in the morning one in.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Were on the docket the courtroom only holds about ninety people jim chenevey cbs news i'm john valero and locally wrongful death lawsuits have been filed against the admitted killers of four young men whose bodies were found last summer on a bucks county form the civil court action also seeks to hold accountable one defendant's parents kyw news ian bush reports they are the loved ones left behind after the deaths of dean finish carrow life is just not the scene tom mayo rey and plane and jimmy patrick is golan lifeless to help people through civil lawsuits call for a jury trial against sean croats along with cosmo denardo his parents and their construction businesses plaintiff's attorney karen o'donnell in our eyes cosmopolitan arielle was giving it play land for evil acts had he not had access to the gun backhoe pig roaster and the form it sell this crime could not have been committed besides seeking monetary terry damages lawyers tom kline bob mong the lucy want a wider impact and only israel people and guns don't mix and we need to keep them out of their hands you'd bush kyw newsradio now the eyewitness weather five day forecast in other nor'easter is headed our way of winter storm watch has already been issued for the vast majority of the area starting tuesday night overnight mainly clear with calming wins the low thirty one for you tuesday increasing clouds that rain snow mix will develop at night the high forty seven but it's wednesday that the bulk of this storm will hit rain mixing with snow in the morning changing to all snow heavy at times through the midday hours the height of the storm likely about eleven a m to six pm snow will come down again in heavy bans accumulation six to twelve inches especially just north and west of philadelphia three to six inches slightly south and east for your thursday a mix of sun and clouds breezy with scattered flurries at 45 degrees friday temperatures in the 40s mostly sunny with an afternoon snow shower our and saturday.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And locally wrongful death lawsuits have been filed against the admitted killers of four young men whose bodies were found last summer on a bucks county farm the civil court action also seeks to hold accountable one defendant's parents kyw news ian bush reports they are the loved ones left behind after the deaths of dean finish cara life is just not the scene tom mayo rey and funny and jimmy patrick has golan lifeless to help people through civil lawsuits call for a jury trial against sean kratz along with cosmo denardo his parents and their construction businesses plaintiff's attorney karen o'donnell in our eyes cosmic in arielle was given a play land for evil acts had he not had access to the gun backhoe pig rose steer and the form itself this crime could not have been committed besides seeking monetary damages lawyers tom kline bob mong lucy want a wider impact mentally ill people and guns don't mix and we need to keep them out of their hands you'd bush kyw newsradio and now the eyewitness weather five day forecast in other nor'easter is headed our way of winter storm watch has already been issued for the vast majority of the area starting tuesday night overnight mainly clear with calming wins the low thirty one for you tuesday increasing clouds that rain snow mix will develop at night the high forty seven but it's wednesday that the bulk of this storm will hit rain mixing with snow in the morning changing to all snow heavy at times through the midday hours the height of the storm likely about eleven a m to six pm snow will come down again in heavy bans accumulation six to twelve inches especially just north and west of philadelphia three to six inches slightly south and east for your thursday a mix of sun and clouds breezy with scattered flurries at forty five degrees friday temperatures in the 40s mostly sunny with an afternoon snow shower our and saturday mostly sunny seasonable high forty eight with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist kate bilo on kyw newsradio wcu mainly located in west gesture but we cheer for all our philadelphia teams were sending best wishes for a great baseball season to head up for the trainers gone sheridan and assistant athletic trainer sean for khazni both wcu alumni from the field of the birds big win to.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In the final days of this tragic case we go to kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert klux district attorney met wine trump says the death penalty was taken off the table exchange for information in a confession from 20yearold kozel rhode denardo without that information one trump says they might never found the body of jimmy patrick we were able to find him exactly where we were told he was located and bring him on in addition wine tropes as with confession they were able to track down sean kratz tornadoes cousin and thirty say coconspirator in three of the former orders according the charging documents jimmy patrick was shot by denar nato last wednesday as he was expecting to by thousands of dollars of marijuana documents say deemed fit akaroa was shot by denardo and croats on friday later that day authorities allege the two shot tom mayo and mark sturgis but the bodies and a large metal tank and tried to burn them there were turned saturday to bury them in the twelve plus foot grave where they were found in two wells don't jim melwert kyw news news radio kyw news time twelve five at least three people were killed five injured in a high rise apartment fire in honolulu ablaze raged on at least three of the thirty six floors ron cheer routine alleys arrested end up adulting that fire went so fast in this amazing and this moke jeff everywhere there smoke everywhere hallways elevator everywhere officials say the building lack sprinklers that cause of this fire is now under investigation now the eyewitness weather fiveday forecast sponsored by the battleship new jersey partly cloudy skies this afternoon across the delaware valley.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The search and bucks county that ended with the gruesome discovery of the bodies of four young men on his sprawling property in seoul berry township where the update here's kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert bucks county district attorney met wine trump says the death penalty was taken off the table exchange for information in a confession from twenty year old cosmo denardo without that information one trump says they might never found the body of jimmy patrick we were able to find him exactly where we were told he was located and bring him on in addition one trump says with a confession they were able to track down sean croats denardo cousin and authorities say coconspirator in three of the four murders according to charging documents patrick was shot by denardo last wednesday as he was expecting the by thousands of dollars hours of marijuana the documents safin akaroa was shot by denardo and croats on friday later that day a thirty say the twoshot tom mayo and mark sturgis than put the bodies no large metal tank and tried to burn them they returned saturday authorities say to bury them into twelve plus foot grave where they were found in wells time jim melwert kyw newsradio kyw news time mm 1205 has expected the soda industry is appealing a commonwealth or ruling that philadelphia's beverage tax is legal for the details whose kyw city hall bureau chief pat loeb the industry's lawyer shane inspector asked the state supreme court to hear its appeal for three reasons why he argues the common pleas end commonwealth court decisions in favour of the city conflict with precedent the high court has set to that the tax as a peculiar design that warrants review and three the issue holds immense public interest and will shortly recur in a statement mayor jim kenney says it's unfortunate the industry continues to challenge the tax despite two rulings against it because he says it means citizens must wait for expanded prek community schools and public facility renovations the one and a half cent announced tax was levied to fund those programs but the city a scaledback plans until all litigation is settled pat loeb kyw news radio kyw news time 1204 live well well more than a dozen attorneys including some former judges have now applied to become philadelphia's interim district attorney the call for candidates came a week ago just a few days after former daca williams pleaded guilty to corruption charges and that.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Kyw news time nine o3 murder charges are filed against two men in connection with the dayslong search and bucks county that ended with the gruesome discovery of the missing men's bodies on his sprawling property and sober township kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert reports bucks county district attorney met wine trump says the death penalty was taken off the table exchange for information in a confession from 20yearold cosmo denardo without that information one trump says they might never found the body of jimmy patrick we were able to find him exactly where we were told he was located and bring him home in addition one trump says with a confession they were able to track down sean croats denardo cousin and thirty say coconspirator in three of the four murders according to charging documents patrick was shot by denardo last wednesday as he was expecting the by thousands of dollars of marijuana the documents safe and akaroa was shot by denardo and croats on friday later that day authorities say the twoshot tom mayo and mark sturgis than put the body's no large metal tankan tried to burn them they were turned saturday authorities say to bury them in the twelve plus foot grave where they were found in two wells time jim melwert kyw newsradio more than half a dozen attorneys including former judges have applied to become philadelphia's interim district attorney the call for candidates came a week ago just days after former daca williams pleaded guilty to corruption charges and resigned more from kyw community affairs reporter cherri gregg the list of candidates include retired judges william manfreddy ben lerner and paul pepper tea now as well as i assist the d8 kathleen martin who's been running the off listen says williams has been under fire former prosecutor joe khan and former longtime d a lynn abraham are also on the list have likely more experience than anybody on applying abraham is currently up partner at archer ranked rider in offered to fill the post for free no salary no benefit abraham helped take a federal judgeship opportunity for calm please judge federica matthias jack thing years ago she now chairs the special committee running the election process that candidate with the majority of vote will be says ninety judges will make the decision on july 28th the interim dea could be an office zurli at the.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on WGTK

"Last six hundred years of and actually longer go than that era startle understood that the earth was round main and and they're you're talking about four hundred years b c almost bc so what has happened and what is going on with all of us to lead people to accept ludicrous ideas and why should we care if some of our friends and neighbours hold those ideas we will get to that will also be reviewing of both the big sick and war for the planet of the apes coming up on the medved show michael medved with srn news i'm keith peters in washington israel's government says a jerusalem shrine that was the site of a deadly attack earlier in the day won't reopen before sunday after additional security assessments the shrine was closed after three palestinian assailants opened fire from there on friday killing two israeli police officers before being shot dead the muslim administered site is revered by both muslims and jews authorities say they've now identified the remains of four young men were killed on a pennsylvania farm and found buried there in two separate pits a county prosecutor said friday that the bodies of tom mayo enough in all seattle and mark sturgis were found buried in one common grave and seoul barre pennsylvania the remains of jimmy taro patrick were recovered from a separate location to cousins are charged in the case on wall street the dow.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The search of the ninety plus acre property includes everything from heavy construction equipment defined sifting materials some of it has heavy bulky were construction work and others is we want to be careful not to miss that heineous piece of evidence once wrote won't get into details about what are searching for what's led them that is property but he does a cosmo denardo the 20yearold son of the owners of the property is a person of interest denardo was arrested on an old unrelated gun charge with bail set at one million dollars that was that origing because he's a personal venture if the four missing men nineteen year old jimmy patrick 21yearold tom mayo nineteen year old deemed fit at uri when 22yearold large sturgis in sauber jim melwert kyw newsradio denardo has been released after posting ten percent of here's one million dollars bail kyw news time 1204 via tweets donald trump's eldest son done junior has confirmed that he and other members of his father's inter circle were eager to accept an offer of russian help to try and get dirt on hillary clinton during his father's campaign for the white house trump jr has released emails that he sent and received connected to the hunt for official documents and information that could incriminate mrs clinton and her dealings with russia in a briefing close to cameras the white house deputy spokeswoman read a statement from the president my son is a highly highquality person plied his transparency but that's all sarah huckabee sanders would say about donald trump junior's revelation and after for everything on this matter to john junior's council while she stands by her previous statement that there was no collusion she refused to say whether the emails are evidence of it at the sound like a broken record but on all questions related to this matter outer free to dine junior's council now side the council steven portnoy cbs news the white house kyw news time 1205 back here at home a new born rang at tang has died at the philadelphia zoo with more years ky w's john mcdevitt before pound melt sumatran aranka down was born sunday afternoon to mother to bother shugi mother delivered route the need of.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Hour traffic center compete good evening to you kyw news time nine thirty three investigators were pouring over a property in seoul berry bucks county is the search for four young men who have been missing since last week these are also searching a house in bensalem owned by the same family who took twenty year old cosmo denardo into custody he was arraigned on a previous firearms charge and is being held on a million dollars bail kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert has the latest on the investigation state local and federal law enforcement in and out of the property along lower your road aaron sober township records were were getting a lot of strong indications would vision where we need to focus the majority of our reserves the bucks county de aim at wine trobe asked if he thinks foulplay may have been involved that your would seem so but your with the four missing man nineteen year old jimmy patrick from new town 21yearold tom mayo from plums third mention your old deemed finish ero from middletown and 22yearold marks turtles from penns 'but wine trump says they believe the did know each other empty says he thinks the search of this property could take several days take a lot of time 1050 improves the four or still alive and saw very jim melwert kyw newsradio testimony resumes tuesday morning and senator county p a in a preliminary hearing for former members of penn state fraternity charged the death of pledge timothy piazza cbs 3 eyewitness news ra reporter david spun was in the courtroom in bellefonte for day one sixteen former members of the penn state beta chapter facing charges relating to peocess death the nineteen year old attended an alcoholfuelled pledge party in february he.

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"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"tom mayo" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The search for four young men for bucks county who were were reported missing last week his now focused an of property and still very township here's commit a suburban bureau chief gino local and county law enforcement of sober township joined by fbi state police even philadelphia blues k9 units all in and out of a large property along lower york road bucks county the aim at wind trouble elaborate on why they're focused on his property were pretty confident that the investigation is proceeding in that direction that we believe that it would and we don't know as of yet what exactly will be reveal the first to be reported missing nineteen year old jimmy patrick for new town wednesday that on friday 21yearold tom mayo from pla homestead nineteen year old team for the tro for middletown and mark sturgis from penns bird astor thinks problei may have been involved wind turbine blood it shorewood seem so and he hopes and praised the four are still alive in sauber jim melwert kyw newsradio answer vein he governor tom wolf going to allow the budget to become law with out in sickening joining us live community harassment bureau chief tony one yeah little background here state lawmakers sent the governor of budget bill june thirty and that set in motion a 10day time period with a legislature and a governor to come up with a plan to pay for it before a decision on the bill had to be made at midnight tonight now lawmakers pentos ten days discussing wrangling if you you will over a lot of different things are probably the one that got the most attention along the way has been an expansion of gaming the house favoured legislation would legalize video gaming criminals in bars restaurants and establishment with liquor licenses the senate meanwhile decided it preferred planned a licensed ten smaller our satellite casinos around the state they would have up to seven hundred slots but in the end the 10day clock now has expired without any agreed to revenue planned it is on the governor's desk so this afternoon at the governor released a statement saying he would allow the budget bill to become law without his signature in hopes that he and legislative leaders cancan can you to work together on a sustainable solution but right now pennsylvania has a budget but that sustainable sustainable solution.

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