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"west police" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

01:58 min | 4 months ago

"west police" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Say a body discovered. Sunday in wyoming is believed to be gabrielle. Gabby petito who disappeared while on a cross country track with a boyfriend who has been identified by authorities as a person of interest and is now being sought within a florida. Nature preserve the f. b. said the body was found by law enforcement agents who had spent the past two days searching campgrounds. The cause of death has not yet been determined said f. b. i. supervisory special agent charles jones full forensic identification has not been completed to confirm one hundred percent that we found gabby but her family has been notified. Jones said this is an incredibly difficult time for potatoes. Family and friends an attorney who has been acting as a spokesman for potatoes family asked in a statement that the family be given room to grieve attorney richard benson stafford indicated that the family would make a public statement at a later date and he thanked officials with the fbi. Grand tetons search and rescue and other agencies that participated in the search for petito. The family and i will be forever. Grateful stafford said in a statement. An undeveloped camping area on the east side of grand tetons bordering national forest land will remain closed until further. Notice while the investigation continues. Jones said jones said investigators are still seeking information from anyone who may have seen petito or brian laundry around the campsites. The same area that was the subject of law enforcement search efforts over the weekend but tito and her boyfriend laundry left in july on a cross country track and converted van to visit national parks in the us. West police said laundry was alone when he drove the van back to his parents. Home and north port florida on september first laundry has been identified as a person of interest and the case. He was last seen tuesday by family members in

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FBI Believes Remains of Gabby Petito Have Been Found

TIME's Top Stories

01:58 min | 4 months ago

FBI Believes Remains of Gabby Petito Have Been Found

"Say a body discovered. Sunday in wyoming is believed to be gabrielle. Gabby petito who disappeared while on a cross country track with a boyfriend who has been identified by authorities as a person of interest and is now being sought within a florida. Nature preserve the f. b. said the body was found by law enforcement agents who had spent the past two days searching campgrounds. The cause of death has not yet been determined said f. b. i. supervisory special agent charles jones full forensic identification has not been completed to confirm one hundred percent that we found gabby but her family has been notified. Jones said this is an incredibly difficult time for potatoes. Family and friends an attorney who has been acting as a spokesman for potatoes family asked in a statement that the family be given room to grieve attorney richard benson stafford indicated that the family would make a public statement at a later date and he thanked officials with the fbi. Grand tetons search and rescue and other agencies that participated in the search for petito. The family and i will be forever. Grateful stafford said in a statement. An undeveloped camping area on the east side of grand tetons bordering national forest land will remain closed until further. Notice while the investigation continues. Jones said jones said investigators are still seeking information from anyone who may have seen petito or brian laundry around the campsites. The same area that was the subject of law enforcement search efforts over the weekend but tito and her boyfriend laundry left in july on a cross country track and converted van to visit national parks in the us. West police said laundry was alone when he drove the van back to his parents. Home and north port florida on september first laundry has been identified as a person of interest and the case. He was last seen tuesday by family members in

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"west police" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"west police" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"west police" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"west police" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Gorman on NewsRadio. Our number two of PM Tampa Bay on this Wednesday, August 12th. I'm Ryan Gorman with me this evening. Felix Vega and James Berland are on the board. Morgan Lash will join us in a bit coming up. It's 7 35 will talk to comedian Alonso Boden. I'm gonna be honest with you. They could offered me a comedian that we've had Alonso won before, but Take it offered me anybody. Side Splitters Comedy club because that's where he's gonna be performing this weekend, and I was a comedian. I'll take it. Let's have some fun on the show. I I don't even care if I know the person is, doesn't matter. Let's book it done. Make me live. So Alonzo Alonzo Bodden is going to be coming up but about 1/2 hour from now. We have some legal cases that I want to get Teo couple interesting ones, including a few that are making national news. Really. All three of these have made national news and we'll start in key West. With an eight year old who has behavioral disabilities and was handcuffed by key West police and charged with felony battery. In 2018 the boy had allegedly punched a teacher. Ben Crump is the attorney for the family. He also represents the families of George Floyd, Briana Taylor and Ahmad Armory. And he posted on Twitter. The body camera footage of the incident, which shows officers detain the eight year old lecture him and then allegedly transport him to indulge prison for processing. And that clip has been viewed by millions now sparking outrage. Didn't we talk about this story when it first broke? I thought we did. Or was there another kid that was handcuffed in and we talked about that. Maybe I'm getting my stories confused here. Yeah, we haven't covered. This one in this video came out the other day, and so you brought it up. You want to do it last night waiting around? What? Obviously But the what? The thing this case is really just so striking to me because one it happened 2018 but it didn't have to go to the level that it did. Because the boy that was involved in this case. He's eight years old. He's only identified his Hmm, In the complaint due to his age, his mother, Bianca did. Genero had said that she wanted to file complaint some time ago but didn't have the right confined The right lawyer. So what they done is they sued. There is not one, not two. But three key West police officers involved in the arrest of this eight year old boy, and it all stem from an incident where Earlier in the year. In February, he ended up getting Baker acted because it was making threats to do harm to himself to his family. So once he got out of the hospital, the school district got involved. They want to make sure he was evaluated so they could put him in the right class is getting the right environment so he didn't you know, want to hurt himself, and they could get him in a different way. Ah, classroom setting if you will, so they went through all the procedures. The Dean's detailed in the lawsuit. Basically, they put him back in school. Enter the hospital stay. He was still doing poorly academically. They conducted another evaluation on him, and they determined that he did have some sort of disability. They developed an individual plan for him, which is typical. On these types of search situations back in April that year, and they noticed that he had emotional and behavioral disabilities some sort of fly behind me. Getting a better fly in my ear. Um, I don't have that problem here at home. Now. I know you're your house is clean and pristine. Yes, exactly. Hermetically sealed, So so he has behavioral issues. They determined that so he was diagnosed with a PhD in October just about two months before this incident happened. The day that this happened there was a lot of things that went wrong. He basically his regular teacher was out, so they put him on the substitute teacher who was unaware of his behavioral problems. Didn't know how to deal with his behavioral problems and was signed by the assistant principal in the principal who are also named in the lawsuit. Some point during the day they went to go believe they were in the lunch room, and the teacher started complaining to the system principle on the principle that he wasn't here was refusing to sit down when she told him to sit down. Where is she? Did they detail the incident that actually happened between him and the substitute where she tells him to sit down? He refuses. She says, Come over here and sit by me. He still refuses. Anything goes. She then goes over to him and physically tries to restrain him and sit him down. Now in his education plan. It specifically says that unlike other students do not use Don't go physical with him, Try and talk him out of it and then bring him to the office and then we'll call his parents and deal with it that way. She totally clear we should. I don't think she knew what it was right, handled the situation in such a way, where he reacted as an eight year old and hit her in the chest. She was not injured. She was not when you turn the term felony battery that requires some great degree of injury. That did not have knocked her out. It wasn't like Mike Tyson tight now, and there's no roundhouse kicking or anything like Dad. And you gotta keep in mind. This kid was three foot six inches tall. He only weighed £64 the fact that the teacher One escalated. Its This level was one problem I have with this whole situation. The key West Police Department there the sorrow school resource officers for a lot of schools in Manatee in Monroe County. Normally, it's about to be the sheriff's office, but they have a different arrangement with them because of Monroe County, so spread out Obviously you're in the keys versus other, more rural areas. So they then take him Tio School office. One officer responds. He calls for two other key West police officers to respond to handle this incident with this eight year old girl for backup. Yes, call for backup. Not one, not two, but three officers. When the two other officers involved in this show up, he's sitting on a bench outside the school office. Doing nothing they described was visibly upset. Andi realizes he's in trouble. So then the officer and were read to you some of the quotes They say that? Ah All three officers led him to believe he was going to geo quote. So you know where you're going, right? You know, you go in jail, so you need to stand up and put your hands behind your back. And that's where you see on the the body camera video that we've now seen interviewed. As you said, millions of times. Being handcuffed. They take the handcuffs out. Clearly they're not going to fit on him there too big. They're adult handcuffs, So they slide right off when they try and come laughing, But it's not funny. It's just right. It's not. It's ridiculous. The officer says You could justify it. You can try it. Obviously, the cuffs fall off of them. He's now even more visibly upset. They start to lead them to outside of the building into the police car, he says. I want my daddy. Guess where. Dad wise. On campus at the school. One of the school. Nobody reached out to the father. Now they lied to the kid, and according to the complaint, they lied to the kids said your dad already went home. They then proceed to walking out to the patrol car. They like getting it the dead The first person you know, to deal exactly calm the situation to de.

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"west police" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"west police" Discussed on KOMO

"I'm poor when hate why Batch is stepping down Plus I'm Brian Calvert and part of the state's Koven Counting machine is broken again Live ABC at 10 o'clock. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen on Capitol Hill. Congressional leaders still at an impasse on the amount of the supplemental unemployment benefits. The $600 weekly checks under the cares act expired at the end of July, leaving some 30 million out of work Americans in limbo even after the president signed executive orders GOP Majority Leader Which McConnell on the Senate floor today, telling Democrats to compromise should be doable to land somewhere smarter. Then a flat $600. Those $600 checks are supposed to be temporary for out of work. It works out Tio just over $31,000 annually, many out of work. Americans say they're still struggling to pay bills, though under that amount and want to go backto work. President Trump proposed a $400 a week check with States picking up 25%. But states say their cash scrapped with fighting the Corona virus. Presidential hopeful Joe Biden expected to name his running mate in the coming days, and we're learning more about next week's virtual Democratic Natural National Convention. Several major players, including former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, will speak at the mostly virtual Democratic National Convention. As well as a few surprises and newcomers also scheduled Republican former Ohio Governor John Kasich and Congresswoman Alexandra Cozzi O Cortez, plus former White House hopefuls Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar and Pete footage. Joe Biden accepts the party's presidential nomination on the convention's final day next Thursday. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington The Florida mom, who's eight year old son was put in jail by police is speaking out that after images surfaced online in the 2018 incident, a federal lawsuit naming Key West Police and local school districts in that suit alleges a wrongful arrest after the boy was accused of hitting his teacher. Bianca Di Gennaro says her eight year old is disabled. My eight year old son has a mug shot out there and has dealing out there. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed. Comeau midday. 62 partly sunny downtown right now is 10 02 I'm Tom Cutler with our top story from the coma, 24 7 News Center. Glad to have you with us. Well. Yesterday was a dramatic day for policing in Seattle, a city council vote, cutting SPD's 2020 budget by 14% followed by an even bigger bombshell. Police chief Carmen Best says she's retiring almost Corwin Haig has the update chief bests announcement of her decision to retire followed closely on the heels of the council vote, which included a 6% cut. In her own salary. She does not mention the cuts in her brief email to the department. Instead, she writes, When it's time, it's time, adding, quote. I look forward to seeing how this department moves forward through the process of re envisioning public safety. It's a re envisioning. She voiced support for earlier this summer, she told a group of African American clergy participating in a black lives matter March had opened her eyes. It wasn't epiphany moment standing there watching people will buy the other side. A black man defense police. But the defund movement plus a legal debate over police, use of tear gas and other crowd control measures seem to have taken their toll on Seattle's first African American woman to serve as chief. Mayor Jenny Durkan Notes in a statement. Best lead the way on community policing and diversity hiring jerkin has asked Deputy chief Adrian Diaz to serve as acting chief. Korwin, Heiko Moan and Chief best addresses the media at 11 o'clock today we will carry those remarks live after another marathon session, the Seattle City Council voted seven and one to approve the revised 2020 budget, including what amounts to about 10%. De funding of Seattle police, not the 50% black lives matter. Another activists wanted It includes cutting more than 100 officers and eliminating the homeless navigation team, which council president Lorena Gonzalez says leave some people worried about public safety. Of course, there are also individuals who believe that continuing to invest in law.

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"west police" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"west police" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"The left shoulder. South bound. 95 with seventh and eighth Street. Broken down car blocking the left lane. Three. No brand news radio 6 10 p. Plenty of sunshine on six Stand off the radar. 92 degrees on South Beach. It is sunny there, but madly Dura looks like rain there. Just a small thunderstorm that's blowing off toward the West. There should be out of there pretty soon. It is 101 Florida State wants to play football. We think it's in the best interest of our student athletes for us to play football. We can do it safely and we can do it productively for them, as well as the absolute culture of our university. F s U President John Thresher, joining the teams head coach and governor Raja Santis to talk about the benefits of playing football amid the pan Tan make some colleges and conferences have chosen not to play this year. But Thrashers is he would encourage colleagues to push ahead with the Regular season. Meanwhile, Broward's virtual school reopening plan is getting unanimous final approval before the start of school next week. It's a comprehensive plan covering 16 aspects of reopening like sanitization Mental health, Live online Learning and transportation school board member Laurie Rich, Levinson says the remote learning start is an ideal and they're trying to get kids backto actual school buildings as soon as possible. It's what everyone wants most. But we really have to listen to our health experts. Who are the ones telling us that right now. Positivity. Ray is just too high. Broward Superintendent Robert Runcie says they will reassess conditions in October. They're looking for the daily covert 19 positivity rate to get down to 5% in the past week. The positivity rate as average 9.3%. Wendy Horsemen News Radio 6 10 W Y o D Check out the full reopening log in the launch. Learn plan we haven't posted for you. W y o d dot com Even though the felony battery charge filed against an eight year old Florida Keys boy was dismissed. His family is filing a federal civil rights lawsuit. Attorney Devon Jacob finds it hard to believe the key West Police chief defends the officers who handcuffed a child with diagnosed mental illnesses because he was in crisis at school police chief may believe that he did nothing wrong and that his officers did nothing wrong. That's scary that he doesn't understand the federal constitution. So we're going to make sure through this lawsuit that he does, along with the officers, the suit name school officials, the Monroe County School District and the city of Key West. The Monroe County School district is not commenting because of the legal action for people with arthritis or Lupus, a drug called hydroxy Claure. Quinn can be a lifesaver, but it's becoming increasingly hard to find because some people feel that helps people recover from the Corona virus. But Baylor University in Factious disease expert, Dr Peter Hotez says there's no proof that it works. Despite what President Trump planes tends to veer towards someone magical thinking around biomedical intervention, he says, there are positive signs that a different drug cold room desert beer could help patients when given early one test being done in Texas shows that it cuts recovery time by as many as several days. Divorce rates during the Corona virus pandemic are on the rise. One reason is that Cheating lovers or getting caught. Private Detective Charlie Parker, who works in Texas, says it's hard to keep in affair secret during the lock down because we're not supposed to be going out to places like bars say I'm going over here to see a friend. Well, nobody let you see him, you know, so he's gotta come up with a lame excuses in the lack for February Around in July survey, which was done by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyer, 69% of the members said they were seeing an increase in demand. Now, as compared to March in April. This year. He was brought to you by the pair. The financial group stop gambling with your retirement funds. Dow is up 242 points. NASDAQ UP three points S and P F 15 More news at 1 30 more rush after we check whether a news radio 6 10.

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"west police" Discussed on X96

X96

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"west police" Discussed on X96

"Candidate Number three. You're making me do this, son. Abandoning the cuffs, the officer tells the boy. Put his hands out in front of him. As they escort him to the police car parked outside. You understand? This is very serious. Okay, I hate that You put me in this position and then I have to do this. Okay, a second officer says. A boy's arrest for allegedly hitting a teacher in key West Florida received renewed attention on Monday and this happened a couple of years ago a year and 1/2 ago, But it received renewed attention yesterday when body camera footage of the incident posted by Attorney Ben Crump. It was posted on Twitter. The two minute clip has racked up more than two million views as of early this morning. Unbelievable. Mr Crump, the attorney tweeted. Scared straight tactics on an eight year old boy with special needs. The key West Police Department offended the conduct of its officers in a brief statement based on the reports, standard operating procedures were followed, they said. Amid mass protests this year, Interactions between police and miners have drawn increase scrutiny. On and this boy in Key West, who has not been publicly identified because he's a minor was arrested at a school. According to the reports. The incident began when a teacher noticed that the boy was sitting Improperly at the lunch table. The teacher asked him to sit next to her, and he refused, saying, Don't put your hands on me. The report said. The teacher took the boy on a walk, during which he cursed at her and punched her. He's eight years old. She then took him to the office where, Officer Michael Margaret wrote. The report said that he had his hands clenched into fists and he was postured as if he was ready to fight. Eight year old kid. But the boy has emotional and behavioral disabilities. That were neglected during the incident, and just and then they start trying to put handcuffs on him. And they and the handcuffs. He's so little the handcuffs won't Fit and and then the cops are saying You're making us do this. We're taking you to jail. You're making us do this, You know, And then the little kid is crying and and it just He's eight years old. He's tiny. Yes, he has. He has issues. But that's not how you deal with them. There are protocols. How did you know that? You used to deal with someone who has special needs, and none of them were followed. Boehner, candidate number three You are making me do this, son. Right. There you go. Let's review the 1st 2 and vote Boner. Candidate number one men don't wear purses. Arkansas man said he was discriminated against that a casino because he wanted to, you know he had a he had a man purse with him and all there were women allowed into the casino with, but they told him he couldn't come in because Well, men don't wear purses. Boner Candidate number two Captain Cookies High Sea Adventure ride should be a place of peace man punching a sesame place worker over mask requirements. FB theme park and Boner candidate number three. You're making me do this, son. Okay, You've got to decide of these three candidates, which one is the worst, Which one deserves to go forward to Boehner fight and possibly become boner. Because you see if.

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"west police" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"west police" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is surging in more states, Ohio had record cases there, but in graces from Tennessee to Kentucky to Kansas and Nebraska, But President Trump is encouraged by this. They're starting to come down in Florida. Arizona's really leading away. I was in Texas yesterday, and they're starting to come down significantly. Next. Our White House task force doctors, including Anthony found she will testify at a house hearing on the virus. Dr. Vouching the president. We're both together yesterday, focusing on a Corona treatments. President Trump visiting the headquarters of the American Red Cross to raise awareness of the importance of donating plasma, which is being evaluated as a treatment for patients with serious or immediately life threatening Corona virus. Infections. These therapies transfused powerful antibodies from the blood of recovered patients to help treat those badly. The current infection just completed study of 20,000 hospitalized covert 19 patients who received transfusions of blood plasma from people who recovered found the treatment was safe and suggest giving it to people early in the disease may be beneficial. In Washington, John Decker Fox News, say Florida couple that refused to self isolate jailed 24 year old Jose Interior in in 26 year old Johanna Gonzalez had been ordered by the Health Department to quarantine after testing positive for covert 19. But neighbors said They were ignoring that order. They were arrested on Wednesday in key West and are now facing charges of violating isolation rules for a quarantine and violating emergency management. Disaster preparedness rules. This, according to jail records, how the canteen while somebody videotaped a couple and gave it to the key West police, according to the city manager, John Saucy, a Fox News on Wall Street stock features.

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"west police" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"west police" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"D. representative Val Demings is reported to be considered as a possible running mate for Joe Biden CNN reported that the former Orlando police chief who represents the Orlando area in Congress is on the Biden campaigns VP shortlist with California senator Kamala Harris Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren in Atlanta mayor Keisha lance bottoms vice president Mike pence canceling pair of appearances in Arizona and Florida next week due to the rise in covert nineteen cases Mike pence is postponing those campaign events he will no longer hold those faith oriented campaign events in either Arizona or Florida NBC news political correspondent Josh leader man pence's bus tour in Florida was to begin on July second mystery writer faces charges in Tampa after busting a car windshield with the driver inside the incident happened this weekend when a group of vandals were in the streets following a peaceful protest earlier in the day in Hyde Park Hillsborough County sheriff's office says last night the writers gathered at the county's orient road jail where they vandalize a secure entry way to the jail on the north side of the building one rider was arrested and charged in the windshield incident there are no reports of injuries the mosquito population in Miami Dade is being targeted by the county's mosquito control division operates well it won't be immediate and aggressive and attacking the adult the kid for them a lot of the and then we do cropping went well to see what we can tell about the mosquito populations that are out there Dr William Petri the southern house mosquito could possibly carry west Nile Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Andrew toles is in jail in Key West police officers found him asleep behind a fed ex building the officers say from his appearance he seem like a homeless person he was arrested on trespassing charges with Florida's news nineteen you jail spreading the love community rating good news newsradio six ten W. Y. O. D..

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"west police" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"west police" Discussed on WTOP

"Twenty fourth from Tokyo Steve Dresner WTO a peaceful WTF traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks down or get a little more quiet just got the all clear from the district northbound DEC two ninety five Pennsylvania Avenue that one now removed from the left side of the road when everything else should be in pretty good shape in no month on M. street northwest between north cap and the first three north west police activity last four was still blocking all travel lanes on the rest of the ride around the district no reported delays on ninety five in Maryland and all the B. W. parkway between the beltways No reported delays on fifty two and from the eastern shore nice and quiet southbound on Naylor tend to happen a branch Avenue should say near Naylor road this apparently did turn out to be a fatal motorcycle wreck and we are in the lanes have been re opened the investigation should be complete now but that there may be some more instigation maybe some officers remaining on scene all I need and fifty eight check that on two seventy two Frederick in the lane divide no reported delays intercounty connector eastbound lane shut down a Georgia Avenue will be for the rest of the weekend you can pick the ICC up at lake hill road continue eastbound from there in Virginia three ninety five stepping around cones there surely ten blocking the right lane the ninety three ninety five express lanes are out of commission for the weekend works on ninety five express lanes are all good and I believe the ninety five main lanes are now incident free to travel between Springfield and maybe as far south as Fredericksburg Ian Crawford WTOP traffic early Saturday a few showers parted on otherwise colder temperatures in the upper forties and fifties by the afternoon we're in the forties with clouds giving way to sunshine what a colder Saturday Sunday early frost sunshine.

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Washington D.C.: A man who was shot in to death in Northwest DC has been identified

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Washington D.C.: A man who was shot in to death in Northwest DC has been identified

"DC police are identifying the victim who was shot to death in north west today is twenty four year old male league brown of north west police say it happened around three this afternoon at Quebec place in Wardour street you're the park the recreation center in Petworth policemen patrolling the area heard gunshots and found a man on the sidewalk he'd been shot was taken to the hospital where he later died last word police were looking for a white four door Honda it could have temporary

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"west police" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"west police" Discussed on WTVN

"Expected. Wave of litigation. And there are reports that an American climber has died on the descent from the summit of Mount Everest nine mountain tears either died or reported missing. You're listening to ABC news. One man is dead after the stolen car. He was driving flipped over and crash yesterday. When Ricker backer Parkway west police say the car went left of center crossing the median, and then hit the curb on the opposite side of the road, causing it to overturn the driver was jetted from the vehicle and became trapped under it after it flipped and was pronounced dead at the scene. Officials say the car was reported stolen from Pickwick county area. This sheriff's department is still investigating the incident, arson. Investigators are taking a closer look at a fire that destroyed a vacant Akron home. Firefighters spent several hours yesterday battling smoke and flames on Paris avenue. No injuries were reported but a witness told investigators they saw two people running from the house as the fire erupted. An autopsy is scheduled today on the body of a man who died after a police chase and start county. The state highway patrol says thirty four year old Lee ROY. Dixon died Saturday night after he was arrested again, station on Fulton road in plain township Dixon, reportedly became unresponsive shortly after his arrest, a south Toledo man is behind bars. Accused of threatening to shoot the police Toledo police say are Mondo Campos, called nine one one yesterday and told the officer who answered that he would borrow a gun and shoot them. Campbell is charged with aggravated menacing and a medical emergency is spec did as the cause of a deadly crash in Lorraine county. The state highway patrol says fifty two year old Jeffrey Jonas died yesterday morning when his van ran off island road and hit a ditch. There were no other injuries reported with this accident. I'm India Jones. Join GD IT and own career of possibilities. Apply now at GD IT dot com slash careers. GD is an equal opportunity employer. Disability veteran eighty six burglars were asked, how they broke into homes and they all said they knocked on the door. I that's why you need blink x t to cameras they detect motion, so you'll get an alert and you can see and talk to who's there. Tell the delivery guy, where to leave the package or just say, hi when the kids get home, blink x t to cameras start under a hundred bucks. So thanks to blink home security just got easier..

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"west police" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"west police" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"NewsRadio. WFL. Only in flora. Time now to run through some Florida. Men in Florida women who made news here in the state of Florida. This past week, we start with the woman who was hurt when she was grazed by a bullet won an off duty police officers gun accidentally discharged at Miami area public's the off duty city of Miami. Officer was in line at the public's when the gun discharged as he reached into his pocket to pay. The bullet ricocheted and then graze the woman's leg. So this one comes after the incident at the Landau lakes. Publix, where a woman dropped her purse and her gun went off hitting her husband in the lake. What is going on at Brighton? No scared you to my grocery shopping this weekend. If you're in line at Publix, you'd better be on your Tony L, apparently, it'd be an accidental discharge of a gun somewhere near you. This next door is from news channel eight Pinellas county woman is facing charges after deputies say she hit several syringes in her genitals. Oh my God. And I'm like, we couldn't just left this one out here, making me an office. Deputies were called to the bathroom of Burger King in Largo for a woman who was snarling and yelling at staff will short comfortable responding deputies wrote in their report. The woman was refusing to leave the property and showed several indicators of narcotics. Use the woman identified as thirty five year old Jamie. West got allowed deputies to search her pull the way when they began to search her groin area, deputies say they felt something hard and. I won't go into the rest going into the arrest report west got refused to say what the item was. They eventually discovered the items syringes items with an S multiple discussing uncomfortable. Right. That, that wouldn't be. Yeah. I would think according to a Facebook post deputies were called to the home of Kyle Jamison Jones by his live in girlfriend. She said he woke her up by slapping her in the face with a cheeseburger. We haven't had a cheeseburger to the face. We've had burritos. Cokely's. It's a good idea to slap someone in the face of food. If you're going to slap them do it with your hand and keep your snack for. Deputies said she was covered with food particles, when they arrived Jones wanted it his way deputies Facebook post. No, they did it did Patty that's wrong. When he didn't get it things between him and his girlfriend escalated Jones, admitted they had a verbal argument but wouldn't say if it turned physical, he was charged with battery and take into Dale. Joke. Is that allow it I know I don't know. That's right. Kind kinda like it, though. A woman has been charged with assault for throwing a coconut at a man outside a strip club. Such a Florida story. Does not get any more Florida than the key west police say thirty six year old Shanta bolts from Miami was sitting in front of the porch of the VP, gentlemen's club on Wall Street and key west. When George Exposito the victim started to record her, it kind of annoying. She's sitting there wants to be left alone. He starts courting bolts was upset about being recorded and a minute officers. She did throw the coconut, but said it didn't hit them. Police told bulbs that she had no expectation of privacy while sitting on the porch of the club and could be filmed by anyone. She was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon with deadly what band? If the coconut in them in the head. That's really what a coconut. Thank you. Strat. There's tough down there and keep, apparently, we're doing our only.

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"west police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"west police" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"By the state police alliance and cops for kids a subsidiary of the state police alliance. We have a great show for you today. And it's a problem epidemic that not that spans nearly every community in the country. And we brought in some some guests to talk about opioids opioid, addiction and more importantly, the response to the aftermath of an opioid overdose or somebody who needs some help. So I guess our Monica Greer Monica is the director of the Hamilton county council on alcohol and drugs, and that's Hamilton county, Indiana, and we also have sergeant Billy Adams from the Westville bleached that I know from personal interaction is very much involved in everything to do with the council on Acklin drug. So thank you both for being here. Thank you. So. This is a problem that a lot of communities face, and that's that's opioid addiction. Almost specifically heroin, but there's also prescription pills and all of that things as well that affect a lot of people and leaves a lot of people scratching their heads. What do we do? And so you you guys as conductive group of come up with an idea and says, you know, let's let's see if we can find a resolution and offer some help. So tell us what happens in the aftermath anytime you guys get word of an overdose or a substantial addiction. Yeah. We started a coalition last October and Arkell is to reduce the overdose deaths in the county, and we build a coalition of about thirty people or so and got some federal and state funding to help with that. So what we're gonna do is when a patient survives the overdose within forty eight to seventy two hours upon release from the hospital. We have a team of law enforcement fire and peer recovery specialists that as are the team that will go out and hopefully make visit home. Visit this is all going to be voluntary obviously not mandated, but hopefully, get them the treatment recovery resources that they could utilize, and this isn't just you guys knocking on the door and handle some flyers tell him. What does this look you guys are going to coach them through this, essentially? Yeah, our fire. Fighters have been through peer recovery, coaching law enforcement has extensive training on crisis intervention tactics. And so we're there to help them out. We're not there to punish them. We wanna get them the resources that they need also their family members a lot of the family members, our loved ones that are living with them are in a crisis as well. So getting them the resources that they would need to help deal with the addiction as well. So yeah, we're going to hold their hand take them to treatment. If if necessary we've got period, every specialist, we'll take them to meetings recovery meetings. If they're not if they don't have any idea of what it is. They will help them. Get connected with that just to help them feel comfortable and the pyrrhic ivory specialist is in recovery herself. So she can really relate to them and out them. And that's that's real important. And so, you know, sure when you began your career and back when I six. Eighteen years ago if I respond to drug overdose. Most of the time it was somebody trying to commit suicide by taking a bunch of pills or something like that. But it's so common now to go to these these opioid overdoses, what do you tell the family members of of this just scratching their head just at their wit's end. I don't know what to do what? Vice can you give them? Like you said sixteen years ago, this was vastly different for law. And that shows the evolution of what we're seeing. Right. That personally why I've kinda gained interest such an interest in this particular program because sixteen years ago law, I miss approach to this was and force meant it was a drug problem. We arrest we rest, and we tried to solve the problem through enforcement. And it's taken that amount of time for law enforcement kinda get on board with the prevention aspect of it the treatment aspect of it not something typically law. I have been viewed as being part of a program like this. So very interesting that now the families the patients the day can see that were not there to take them to jail where there to help them, and the police can be such a resource to them and helping hand know even with legal consequences that are probably always going to be there view on people. More to see the consequence of the destruction of families than. Losing your job and your career, and your all of these things that you lose. And we've all seen it firsthand that incredible power that this addiction has for people just to give up everything. And it doesn't just affect one class or one group of people are one community it's widespread. And if you're not seeing it, I can assure you it's in your community. And so how do people have were where do you direct somebody? That says, hey, I know my neighbors having trouble. How can I get them help? What advice we have? We've developed a lot of resources we've got a resource guide. We're also going to be doing some community canvassing so knocking on doors to stem passing out information. And like you said, it's not just the addiction at south. That's the problem. So we're going to have resources on how to sign up for insurance or if they don't have their ide- how to help them get a picture ID. So yeah, it's just I think word of mouth and once we get going. It's. Gonna we've got a full-time coordinator. So someone can call and get more information our focus right now is on the overdose. So that's the program that we have funded for now. But we're definitely going to provide resources to any community member that that needs. Do you have any statistics? And I know you you're specifically in Hamilton county. Gimme statistics about how many overdoses per year. We're seeing and Hamilton county we had thirty seven overdoses in two thousand eighteen we know that that number is lower than what the actual overdoses are a lot of times at the time of death. They don't say heroin overdose. Or opium? Yeah. Or it's heart attack or heart failure, you know, something like that. So so talking to the corner, we know that it's even higher than that. So it's it's still there still any them Billy. This is something that we're seeing. Car crashes and people it's not drunk driving car crashes anymore. It's one thirty in the afternoon and somebody's impaired on opioids driving. And what what are you seeing that? I'll absolutely believe two thousand eighteen for the state of Indiana was the first year ever that drugged driving overtook alcohol dry really driving on deaths caused by accidents. And that's incredible. And in a scary because sometimes people will will take these drugs. And and maybe the the high isn't as high for them as it used to be so think, okay, I can drive I've been doing this long enough. And then and then they crash and hurt or kill somebody and the consequences become tenfold in that instant. So there's a lot of resources out there throughout the county. But this model that you're doing this approving model, or is this just something you guys are trying. Yes, it's been proven to be affective. We had coal rain township out of Ohio Cup over and train us and they had been doing. This type of work for at least three years closer to four now. So we use their model. This isn't a new new type of model, it's all over the United States. There's other teams we feel like we're pretty unique. And Hamilton county though are prosecutor is on board light belly can talk further about the law enforcement side. But it's nice to have the cooperation collaboration from all of the community on it seems like for a while there. Somebody would overdose on opioids that go to the hospital the they'd come back out. And there would be no. Consequence or no reproductive repercussions for their actions, and then law enforcement steps in says, hey, tell you what we're just gonna start putting people in jail. Well, that's not proven to be working either because they're coming out of jail and go back into it. So it's about not just giving them consequence. But giving them a future. So what's the law enforcement involvement in in this program that she's doing whether there's three team members? She said so you have the paramedic. Or the MTA is going to be on scenes of help them talk about their health, the peer recovery specialists, who is on their level who can talk to them. Under truly say, I understand what you're going through the law enforcement person kind of our primary duty there on the team is security of the team itself. You're going into the homes of the user security teams are primary. Sure as law enforcement. We also have some very specific authority that other team members do not have. So when we go into the house, if we see paraphernalia. We see something legal. We have the authority to seize that. Okay. And then with working with prosecutor's office because this is a voluntary program to treatment, we can kind of use that and say, hey, you know, prosecutor sees this. We're not there to rest, and we're not charge them. However, we can may be used this encourage them stronger to other than the west police department. What other police agencies are involved in this in Hamilton county? The program started off we got the grants approved for Westville and Carmel. Okay. We're in the process, Noblesville and fishers of already they're police. Chiefs are on board their fire departments are on board. So if the grants only cover those cities. As the response only for those cities. Or is it countywide right now, it's Carmel and Westfield got division mental health and addiction grants for those two communities, but we also got a federal grant to serve the entire county. So we wanted to pilot in Carmel, and Westfield kind of get our feet, wet and know what to do and what not to do. And then we'll move into the other communities now if you're listening to the show, and you're thinking, well, that's not really fair. I can assure you one thing that if you know somebody struggling with addiction somebody's had an overdose. And you don't know where to reach out Monaco answer phone, and she will point in the right direction or Bill or anybody. So just because you don't live in those communities or doesn't have enough community. Don't think that this can't have an effect on you. Yes. And so it's important that those resources because a lot of times friends family members. They don't wanna see their the person go to jail, but they don't know where to go. And so where somebody if I'm looking on the internet. How do I get help for for my brother who's hooked on airline? What are some? Resources for people. Yeah. Definitely they can obviously call my office, and I can give them resources, but we have the suburban north club and Muncie or Muncie and Noblesville that we offer a lot of a alanon meetings. So we can connect with recovery community. We have like you said police departments have resources. Like, we've got a community a coalition of thirty professionals within the community that that can help as well..

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"west police" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"west police" Discussed on WTVN

"Desperately needs all the money. Goodwill. Yeah. So true. So true. So three hundred dollars worth of stuff out of K mart. K mart. Please tell me the stuff was for his private island. All right. So officers from the key west police department arrested fifty nine year old Andrew Lippi on Saturday on a felony charge of grand theft of three hundred dollars to under five thousand dollars. So there's a range there. Okay. So thirty seven March thirtieth and April fifth Lippi stole three over three hundred dollars worth of goods from a local KMart, including here, we go a curate coffeemaker. Okay for the island. Got it. A Hamilton beach coffeemaker. Yeah, we'll make it on the beach fantasize. Lightbulbs? Well, yeah, you gotta see on the island and a bed skirt. Just. Fisker? That's very make your island bed fancy. You don't want. You don't want people to see what's under the bed. Yes in bed. Yeah. Of course. Now, if I had an Ireland, I would go hammock. All. Classic. Yeah. So Lippi deny steel in the items police report, according to Keiji, oh TV they ass Lippi about the cure machine being replaced by basketball, and he stayed clerk should have realized there is no coffee machine by the weight of the box. So he won. He police. Scam bringing stuff back police said Lippi the items.

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"west police" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"west police" Discussed on WTVN

"You. Rub. Auto smarts. We also honor to have you on the program, and that was fun. And we say thank you very much to Jeff Jeff thank you for bringing that in. And how heavy was that security up the stairs, by the way. Oh, actually, it's really late. And it's only about twenty five pounds. That's not bad at all. That's that's this is getting too easy. What's going to happen? These things better better. And then people will be in. This like automobiles are so reliable that when a break people freak out because we're so spoiled as as a generation, by the way, the liner was saluting law enforcement. So just out of curiosity shooting. We got a shot out the west police again. Fortunately, it'll be the one year anniversary where we lost. Eric Eric jarring. And how do you say last and always Manelli? No. Okay. Morelli morelli. Yeah. Right. But but those two gentlemen, got got killed last year in service. And and unfortunately that guy pled not guilty and some are saying he may not get get the death penalty. And I'm here to tell you at a boots launch nets mouth. I want him fried. And I wanna I that's horrible. What he did to those officers, and those officers had families and entitled till actually stepped up to the plate and gave the one widow a full system and no charge. We did that Westerville central Westerville south football game two. And then they saluted than the entire Westerville community as well. And you know what? When people pass everybody has a different outlook on them. But these two gentlemen, a lot of us knew some work special duty Forsell duty here. Both these guys I have never ever heard a bad word about him. You know? And and and that means a lot you know, when I when I see a funeral procession. Go by I am definitely guy that pulls over and if it's a police officer military, I'll get outside of my vehicle and stay on side of the road. But there's always those idiots don't respect us funerals. But unfortunately, get judged in life on how many cars are in your funeral procession. And I guarantee I guarantee these two fine gentleman had a few thousand cars fallen at her as a longtime member of law enforcement. What's your take on all this? Well, that's a subject that's near and dear to my heart over the years. I lost a lot of a lot of friends that I knew personally a lot of co workers that I worked with, and I guess my only thought process on this is is if you're that person or that individual is complaining about your law enforcement, actually taking enforcement action against you. You you need to look at your you need to evaluate yourself. Right. Are you that are you that person? You know, are you that person that doesn't support your law enforcement? It's okay. If everybody else does something and in where does that anger come from? And I think it comes from our our lack of respect of ourselves in general lack of respect in society. And I don't know that we've taught our our children as we've grown up. I don't know we taught them proper respect and accountability for your own actions. So you watch live PD. No, I don't watch those shows that this is real this is in Franklin county. One of the Valentine good buddy of mine. He's a canine officer was dad's Mark. Really good friend of mine. He's one of the best Mazda technicians in the country and his sons on there. And watching these guys put up with these idiots. I could not be a police officer. Now, you know, I'm anti speeding tickets. That's the only thing I have against law enforcement. But, but you know, I could not be a police officer. I cannot be a firefighter. I mean, it's sad. Now, the ramp to arm our firefighters to protect yourself in emergency. The I've heard that they're going to start having some of the the guys on the squad packing now because these idiots they gotta deal with I. But then if they don't if you don't save them. There's always attorney Sleiman around looking for that lawsuit to blame someone for some idiot there Jeff, by the way at a tender age. You're a volunteer EMT during nine eleven where you're not. I was. All it all didn't you show? I sure did age of what seventeen seventeen I think I started in the program around fifteen and worked my way into driving ambulance for awhile. And you were in New York City at the time, I just outside three people should be left alone in this world, three three police officers firemen and teachers and say that as three jobs that I could not do in Lhasa fireman. I include paramedics because I can't imagine dealing with these people. I'm sorry. That's just leave him alone. Even teachers much, I don't agree with their political thoughts that they teach our kids nowadays, baba, blah. But I still respect the fact that they've got to put these kids that have bad parents. So let's hope go to the phone lines. Now. That's okay. Let's go to John three John. Thank you for waiting so patiently. Let's go back to auto smarts. How can we help you out? Good morning. How are you? Great. Awesome. I just got a question regards to the ramp ecodiesel..

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"west police" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"west police" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The DL. You know, what the deal is right Marcia? You're a big baseball person. The disabled list. Yes, they're getting rid of the someone's hurt yesterday. Getting rid of the DL. They use the deal for for injured players deal. Stands for Stanford disabled list, they're concerned that people can flake disabled with injured the DL will now be referred to as the I L or injured list because it could be offensive to people with genuine disabilities. Six fifty four. Now what our land does morning news. I'm Marsha Taylor. And Aubrey computer a high school student was fighting to have her SAT scores. Validated after test administrators suspected her a cheating. She will now retake the test. Camilla Campbell score went from nine hundred to twelve thirty. She insists she did not cheat. But the review board did not back down singer scores aligned too closely with others taking the tests and no notes were in her test booklet, well, do you Bank with Wells Fargo? They are hoping to have a better day today after they suffered eight nationwide outage yesterday at ATM's and any kind of mobile banking. All down. The Bank says it was caused by smoke at one of its data facilities, but not a cyber attack in a twenty year old Chinese students heading to prison for one year after pleading guilty to illegally taking pictures at US facility in key. West Zao Kwan Li says he's Musicology student from China who traveled to the US for a summer exchange program when key west police found him trespassing on a high security naval station. He told them he lost his way and didn't realize it was a military base. But prosecutors saquon Lee had to have waited into the water in his close to get around the security fence where signs say restricted area, investigators found photos and videos of government buildings and defense department and ten fields on quantities digital camera and zero pictures of any tourist spots. He was given the maximum sentence at his hearing after authorities suggested Kwan Li was a possible spy for the Chinese government Katrina scales. News ninety six point five WDBO..

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"west police" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

10:46 min | 3 years ago

"west police" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"K how dot com. There's a reason I work on MLK day. I think that it's important to talk about. Absolutely. Yeah. I do. I. I just got an Email from some from Paul. Gee, nice things to say. Well, it says Pearl in the Email. But then says that he was Louise pags. What are you fifty one years old? I'm fifty two. It is totally disgusting that you come on air and talk about how funded to kill people. Even if it's only in a video game you frequently have a guest on your show. Mr. Pollock who lost a daughter in Florida school shooting. What do you think you might say about your childish game? Are we lost? My fifty two year old son. You need to grow up and get a life and stop talking about killing people on your show. And then she calls me stupid. Louise, I'm very good friends with Andrew Pollock, and I can tell the difference between a video game and some disgusting heinous devil on earth killing innocent people at a school. I I would hope that you wouldn't have to do that too. Sorry that you lost your son. Obviously, it has nothing to do with me or what I like to do my recreational time. But Louise, I would really pushed strongly don't do this a lot because I can use every listener. But I would push strongly for you to stop listening or watching my show. Because clearly it's not for you. I am somebody who has an innate ability to tell the difference between figurative and literal. I can I had this unbelievable ability to to know the difference between fantasy or a video game or a movie and and realize. I would suggest to you that you don't have had that ability to tell the difference or shooting sent me the Email. Call me stupid. You're allowed to think that I'm a jerk your age. You shouldn't be playing video games. But I had the conversation carry I've talked to this on my show before I've had the conversation with my wife added a long time ago when I was in my thirties TV news anchor playing video games. And you know, she questioned my playing video games. And I said I thought about it recently. And if. I were fifty would I still be playing video games on my answering myself is yes. So if I get enjoyment out of that great. If you don't like that, I do it. And you don't they talk about it? Either shut the show off right then or shut me off because your Email actually seems to be questioning my moral abilities. Because they play video games. Andrew polish shouldn't be my friend because they play video games. I'm somehow denigrating the loss of your son. None of which of course is true. But you somehow is very liberal move to say, I'm gonna take one thing that you said or did I'm now going to paint you with a broad brush that you're a horrible disgusting human being. Louis. Stop listening or watching my show. This is not for you. You can't tell the difference between the literal and the figurative, and that's an issue for me. All right. It is eight nine four one pags Louis keeps writing me and Louis wants to argue about Queen or something. It's very strange, but. Louisa. We'll just say good conversation. Call the show next time. Interesting talk about whether Spaniards are Hispanic, and whose Latin and who isn't I've often said I am. I'm an original Tino. Because Latin was the language spoken in the Roman empire. So clearly, a talion are Latin. Although in this day and age were not allowed to say Italians or Latin because somehow Italians are evil white people. Secure juggling juggling right now. That's a lot to do with what I mean. Yeah. Carrie, do I care less about children murdered in school because I play fortnight? No. Of course, not no. I do I not care about her losing her son because of that. Oh. I don't understand how people make that connection. No. Again. This is a liberal tactic. Let me take one thing about him. And let me say that completely racist. One hundred percent or completely hating people wants to kill people completely ethnocentric completely just fill in the blank. Mike microaggressions, or whatever or we can actually say, oh, look he's talking about video interested in let me shut it off and on comeback later. And it has nothing to do with my son or nothing to do with with. Andrew Pollock Eric and attack them like liberal would I'm gonna I'm gonna say answer B is what she went with. It is eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. Let's talk a little about privilege, and now you've got a story on privilege. How how old are these students in? Where's this test happening eighth grade in Wisconsin a public school? They're filming this is from the blaze a privileged test was given to one hundred fifty eighth grade students that it was -sconsin public school in December and consisted of fifty five statements. Participants checked off such as I am white. I am a man I'm heterosexual. I feel comfortable in the gender. I was born in my family, and I have never live below the poverty line. My parents are still married. I do not have any physical disabilities at teachers at badger middle school in west bend wanted to start a conversation about privilege after students read the classic book to kill a Mockingbird, which deals with racism, the Jim crow south district, tone W, I T I TV when parents hold the station the privileged test was not age appropriate for children. They don't even understand what most of it means can Goldman toll W TI, noting her seventh grade daughter did not receive the test, but knows all about it. Because of the controversy at the school. The other statements on the privilege tests included, I have never tried to hide my sexuality. I have never been called a terrorist. And I have never been catcalled w I t I reported my child doesn't know what that means. And she's thirteen Goldman added to the station this age they're teaching him. She doesn't know what being catcalled means w I t I noted an upset parent called west police about the privilege test. A police spokesman confirmed the call occurred that police told the caller was a school district matter some the language the questionnaire I can see why is apparent of a thirteen fourteen year old eighth graders. Some people may feel as though those are topics that should be discussed in the home in the classroom. Bazzar middle school principal. Dave yeoman told the station following the controversy the district decided to stop administering the privileged test. That officials told w I t I they stand behind the test core ideas, if we want our students to be successful when they go out into their careers the future. They have to understand not everyone is like them assistant superintendent, Laura Jackson told the station. WFAN TI. She ought to be the one to decide when such topics should come up with her daughter as a parent. It's my responsibility to teach my children the difference between right and wrong. She tells the station. Which to me is that we're allowing the propagation and the suggestion in the insertion in society that we somehow do have something called white privilege. There is no such thing as white privilege. Let let me let me explain this the best. I can. If I can walk into a store. And because I'm white not be followed around as if I might shoplift. And by the way, plenty of white people shoplift. And then a black guy walks in and he's followed around because the store manager or the source security thinks that because he's black. He might shoplift. And that would be an example of what people calling white privilege, I have the privilege of shopping without being followed by the privilege of going leasing a car or a renting an apartment because I'm white. I'll have to go through the same sort of. Hoops and over the same barricades. And so on the obstacle course that some others have to do that isn't white privilege because the way I'm being treated as the right way. With that is as racism with that is is ethnocentricity with that is is bigotry. When I go into a store, and when Kerry goes into a store polo goes into their store in some black guy goes into the store, we should all be treated the same way. So the fact that I'm treated correctly. And carry might be treated like a woman in might be treated like someone who's Hispanic and the black. I'm treated like somebody who's black. That's a problem with racism in the minds of those who are doing it. I'm getting a special privilege. I'm being treated correctly. Everybody else should be treated the same way. I'm being treated. And if it's not happening the answer to that is it's racism anything privileged. That's stupid. And yes, Carrie, I have been catcalled. And you know, what I didn't take it. If somebody pushing their patriarchy on me, I took it to some woman thought, I looked good. So long term long. That's not happening these days. But what I'm saying is we have to stop compartmentalizing everything and saying, well, this is privilege because this is micro aggression because this is bigotry because let's really say what it is. You're being a racist against black people because you're assuming that guy who has more money than I do and has never broken on his life. Is going to shoplift because of the the skin tone. That's racism, period. End of story. It's not anything privilege. You're actually hurting the cause by calling it privilege because now you're not talking about the real problem. The problem, isn't that? I get treated the right way when I walk in. That's good. The problem is others might not be treated the right way. That's bad. Can't solve that problem. You're saying I'm the problem. You ought to be carried by the problem by walking and get treated the right way. Of course, not it is it your problem. How did I break it somehow? I mean, if you're treated incorrectly, they should fix that. Why would they change what I'm doing? Why should I hang my head in whiteness and feel my white privilege when I'm actually getting the customer service. I should I now will fight to make sure you polo in the black guy get the proper customer service. Why is that so difficult to understand shouldn't be right? Shouldn't be. But for some it is and they were asked you thirteen year olds about about privilege. Yeah. Yeah. How you feel about that? You're gonna you have a thirteen year old home. I have a fourteen year old at home. Yeah. No, no. I would not be cool with that they go eight eight eight nine nine nine four one eight nine four one seven four seven joepags dot com. Time for a few phone calls. Pop culture when we come back. Stay here..

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"west police" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"west police" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Tom? All right. Rob Marciano leading us off tonight. Rob thank you now to breaking developments out west police on the scene of a mall shooting in Utah customers wounded and running for cover the search for the gunman now underway, and we do want to warn you some of the images you're about to see are graphic ABC's aerial Russia with the details coming in at this hour. Tonight, a hail of gunfire unleashing mayhem at a Utah mall. Sending shoppers scrambling to take cover bystanders tending to these two victims one tying attorney kit on this woman's leg. Lost her male transporter critical condition females in serious condition. Police swarming the seen evacuating the building clearing stores one by one over by the bell. We have about thirty. This the third shooting a US mall just this weekend. Earlier today in North Carolina one person gunned down at a shoe store after a dispute the suspect now in custody and panic at this pack, New Jersey mall Friday night after shots rang out to people rushed to the hospital. Tom three suspects are still at large in Utah. Police investigating that incident as possibly gang related Tom of violent weekend across American malls aerial. Thank you now to the other major news tonight. President Trump railing against headlines involving the Russian investigation and private talks with Ladimir Putin following the New York Times report, the president asked if he ever worked for Russia calling that question insulting President Trump. Also rejecting a Washington Post report about concealing details of personal meetings with Putin. And though the president is denied the accusations are White House. Correspondent Tara Palmeri is learning some members of congress want answers tonight. A bombshell report in the Washington Post, claiming President Trump went to quote extraordinary lengths to conceal details of his conversations with Russian President Vladimir Putin from his own administration. The post reporting that at that private meeting in Hamburg back in two thousand seventeen the president confiscated his own interpreters notes shutting out members of the administration, the president denies he did anything wrong. But I don't care. I mean, I had a conversation like every president. I do it with all countries. We had a great conversation. And I'm not keeping anything under wraps. I couldn't care less. The paper also quoting an unnamed official who claimed that when the President Putin met in Helsinki with their interpreters in July two thousand eighteen Trump accepted Putin's denial of Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election. Saying quote, I believe you have President Putin. He just said it's not Russia. I will say this. I don't see any reason why it would be the president later walked back those comments, but the White House calling this report quote, outrageously enact. Gueret while critics are saying this breaks protocol Republicans are standing by him know, what the president likes to he likes to create a personal relationship build that relationship. I want to find out a little bit more about about what happened there. I wanna learn more than just the allegations. In the press, the White House shooting down another shocking report in the New York Times and the paper claimed the FBI opened a counter intelligence investigation into whether the president was acting on behalf of the Russians when he fired FBI director James Komi last night on Fox News. The president asked point blank whether he worked on behalf of Russia. He fired back at the times. But did not respond directly are you? Now or have you ever worked for Russia? Mr president. I think it's the most insulting thing I've ever been asked..

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