17 Burst results for "William Talbot"

"william talbot" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"william talbot" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Leave they finally solve the murder mystery from the day police picked up Talbot to a year later genetic genealogy cracked more than fifty cases of murder and rape that's a rate of more than one a week police say they did it using genetic genealogy company ran the then unknown DNA profile through a public database there was a partial match hello this is a message that obviously we're not gonna quit on these cases upon the families that haven't had a resolved yet most of cold case years old but some just a few months genetic genealogy CC more who helped finger William Talbot is convinced to work with police is not just solving crimes is preventing ever cases that work three months old you know they have a really high chance of re offending and even escalating and I'm sure there are you know people that were potentially serial killers that have been or will be stopped because of this but even as police crack cases faster than they ever thought possible some people warned genetic genealogy is moving too fast giving law enforcement too much access to personal information and it needs to be reined in now reveals Emily Harris has been working with reporter Kate McMahon on today show and then Lee picks up this part of the story one person who believes genetic genealogy needs to be rain Dan is this man my name is Michael US three live here in New Orleans and I work in the film industry down here it's Sunday morning I reach Michael on the phone as he sitting in a small office in his house he tells me about an encounter he had with a precursor of genetic genealogy back in two thousand fourteen he was visiting his parents a few hours out of town and I got a call from the police down here in New Orleans who told me my vehicle match the description of a hit and run he knew he wasn't involved he told the police he be happy to chat he could meet them at his house around to that afternoon I pulled up at exactly two o'clock and at two OO one three officers were at my door and I have a big ninety pound labradoodle and he likes to bark at people at the door so he was all excited when they came in and within about thirty seconds to a minute they were asking me if I would mind going down to the station to talk to Michael still has his labradoodle oboe you will go at that and as he left bobo that day six years ago getting into the backseat of the police car Michael asked one of the officers if they really wanted to talk about a hit and run and at that point he said well actually we'd like to talk to you about some other things too just.

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"william talbot" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:23 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At genetic genealogy the new crime fighting tool the police are using to solve cases that are gone cold for decades the first was the Golden State killed since that arrest eighteen months ago please use this technique to find suspects in dozens of violent crimes around the country some of the suspects had died over a handful plead guilty in which straight to prison but in the case of ten you've been calling boards in J. cook that we heard about the beginning of the show choose killer pleads not guilty William Talbot became the first criminal suspect identified by genetic genealogy face trial reveals Emily Harris watch it unfold in the court room in every Washington a few months ago and just the heads up this story has some graphic details. William Talbots murder trial opens on a mild June morning Friday friends and family of the victims and reporters fill the public viewing area and the no frills corporate. jurors take seats in two rows along one wall from there they can easily see the judge the prosecutor and the alleged murderer tell that has been in custody for more than a year he hardly move says prosecutor Justin Harlem and lays out the case against him centered on his DNA the evidence in this case will show you that there's only one reason we possible perpetrator of that person is willing to help with the SEC tablets defense lawyers never contest that his DNA match the semen samples recovered from clothing in Jay's van antennas body but public defender ritual for tells the jurors that that doesn't prove anything except that he intend you had sex they never stop to consider. that perhaps the person who left the DNA was not the murder. if you were talking about DNA obtained from a murder weapon. or even DNA obtained from the blanket that was wrapped around his body. there might be a bit of better stronger inference that that DNA was related to the killer the defense never offers jurors a full alternate story they don't have to prosecutors have to prove their case but as I listen in court I wonder okay what really happened so later in an interview in Rachel's office I ask I mean who knows thirty years ago. if someone that lived a lifestyle where they frequently had one night stands with people that they never met again how would you ever be able to come up with a story about how you met someone that was completely insignificant in the trajectory of your life is that what happened was that his lifestyle them we don't really know I mean it was it again and this is all part of the picture that was impossible to recreate we leave our DNA everywhere every day. so the trial lasts three weeks the jury deliberates three days we the jury find the defendant William Earl top with the second guilty of the crime of first degree murder as charged in count one. Talbot slumps down at the verdict and whispers to her. two way. to. in the end this jury appeared to accept a positive identification of the DNA as a positive identification of the killer. Danny Ainge's family and friends were thrilled with the verdict it seems to seal genetic genealogies power uncovering criminals tablets defense team never tried to discredit it in court. I wanted to know where CC more who worked on this case and many others thanks genetic genealogy is heading now a few weeks after the trial my reporting partner Kate make man catches up with CC and a line for some conference in Portland Oregon good afternoon everyone. how are you in a brown and gold ball room at a red lion hotel CC is standing in front of the room with the power point act projected on a screen behind her well it's always wonderful to be here in the Pacific Northwest the room is filled with cops and forensic scientists and noteworthy a murder mystery writer all seated classroom style wanting to learn trade secrets from CC this is a turning point for crime solving an American and I think we've seen that over the last fifteen months very clearly I came to this conference thinking I would find a crowd of detectives eager to join the ranks of CC more but that wasn't all I found there was also uncertainty it turns out that along with all its wins genetic genealogy has hit some shaky ground it started with the case of aggravated assault in Centerville Utah late last year a crime what was the month that even police can't comprehend why would somebody attacking innocent seventy one year old female in a church playing the organ police are anxious to find the attacker so they reached out to the owners of judge Matsch remember Jed match is the genealogy website where people can compare DNA profiles from different companies but check this terms of service said police could only search the database in cases of rape and murder Utah police asked for an exception judge Matsch agreed. but the database owners didn't tell their customers they change the rules that created a backlash within the genetic genealogy community so judge Matsch change their policy again this time swinging the pendulum in the opposite direction it completely cut off access to police unless customer specifically opted in. overnight law enforcement lost access to all one million or so genetic profiles on jet match since then people have started opting back in CZ explains the current status to her class so we only have about a hundred thousand profiles to compare against now which is a huge blow obviously but it doesn't mean that cases are unworkable it's just a lot harder after species talk I want to know what police think about all this and are you also in law enforcement yes would you mind check Anderson as a detective in Oregon he tells me police need to be careful about how they used an attic genealogy so they don't lose it I think once we start using some. maybe legal but not necessarily a savory techniques to get information on there I think that's when we're gonna start having problems. what comes to mind is an example I'm not really a fan of the submitting the anonymous profiles for that individual side so that would be like crime scene DNA is put up on to ancestry but it's not disclose that its law enforcement that posted it there yes. I see that can be done I have no idea. but I guarantee you if if it's possible somebody is trying to do. in fact something like this has been done in the very first case using genetic genealogy to catch a killer the alleged Golden State killer investigators created an alias to not reveal themselves as law enforcement then they upload a crime scene DNA into a genealogy site and found a relative it's a mistake or two away from overzealous agency before they decide that. they're not open to law enforcement. one person who would like to see genetic genealogy taken away from police is a Maryland legislator name Charles said nor we need to. breaks look it was cool Charles believes it's wrong for innocent people to be scrutinized by police for no other reason than sharing DNA found at a crime scene there is no suspicion of that law enforcement should have about us. yet we are now court in this DNA dragnet it's almost as if we I've turned of the whole concept of innocent until proven guilty on his head in fact he's so against it he wouldn't even wanna let it help his own family. because he was shot and killed and and and and Baltimore. and to this day I don't think the case has been resolved and wouldn't want to find out by. going through Jed match and letting the police come through other people's DNA now. now this too much constitutional collateral damage Charles is mistrustful of CODIS the national criminal DNA database because it holds a disproportionate number of minorities DNA and he points to police over reach as why they should not have access to the much more powerful consumer DNA databases when they're looking into my DNA they're looking at my parents they're looking at my children this past year he tried to get a bill through the Maryland legislature to ban police searches in these databases but the bill failed to. without state or federal rules to regulate when police are allowed to access these databases and when they're not it's been pretty much a free for all with individual companies having the biggest say as we heard judge Matsch decided to restrict access but another company family tree DNA is marketing itself as the DNA service people should use to help catch killers there is more DNA available a crime scenes and any other. if you were one of the millions of people taking a DNA test your help can provide the missing link now for the first time the federal government is stepping in the justice department has announced an interim policy on genetic genealogy to be finalized next year it says for example that genetic genealogy can't be a short cut for cops they need to try other investigative tools first and it says DNA samples used in genetic genealogy must have a clear connection to the crime it can't just be any DNA found at the crime scene. among because the new policy well reasoned and well researched nothing that would slow or stop business even professor Natalie ram who advised Charles ignore likes parts of it if friends a genetic genealogy is here and here to stay then this policy is a very first good hi at what policy should look like but she doesn't like that private companies still get to define what crimes police can use this for and she's against a new power this gives to local prosecutors they can use genetic genealogy to investigate any attempted violent crime not just rape or murder the policy also doesn't address for central concern about the constitutional rights of people who don't put their own DNA and databases were stumbling backwards into a national or a comprehensive DNA database we ought to at least have a conversation about whether a comprehensive DNA database is really what the people what if people keep uploading their DNA as fast as they are now scientists predict that in a few years a majority of Americans will be traceable by genetic genealogy. back in Everett Washington detective Jim Scharf is still excited about the promise of genetic genealogy he solved the murders of tenure and Tyler Burke and J. cook and was planning to retire but this powerful new way of catching criminals is keeping him on the force when I was a little boy all I wanted to do was help people and put bad guys in jail. why would I. retire when I've got this opportunity I'm not finished. as for the man detective sharp arrested for double murder William Talbot he's appealing his conviction..

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"william talbot" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KCRW

"CC more who helped finger William Talbot is convinced to work with police is not just solving crimes is preventing ever cases that work three months old you know they have a really high chance of re offending and even escalating and I'm sure there are you know people that were potentially serial killers that have been or will be stopped because of this but even as police crack cases faster than they ever thought possible some people warned genetic genealogy is moving too fast giving law enforcement too much access to personal information and it needs to be reined in now reveals Emily Harris has been working with reporter Kate McMahon on today show and then leave picks up this part of the story. one person who believes genetic genealogy needs to be rain Dan is this man my name is Michael US three live here in New Orleans and I work in the film industry down here it's Sunday morning I reach Michael on the phone as he sitting in a small office in his house he tells me about an encounter he had with a precursor of genetic genealogy back in two thousand fourteen he was visiting his parents a few hours out of town and I got a call from the police down here in New Orleans who told me my vehicle match the description of a hit and run he knew he wasn't involved he told the police he be happy to chat he could meet them at his house around to that afternoon I pulled up at exactly two o'clock and at two OO one. three officers were at my door. and I have a big ninety pound labradoodle. and he likes to bark at people at the door so he was all excited when they came in and within about thirty seconds to a minute they were asking me if I would mind going down to the station to talk to Michael still has his labradoodle bobo you will go a sack. and as he left over that day five years ago getting into the backseat of the police car Michael asked one of the officers if they really wanted to talk about a hit and run and at that point he said well actually we'd like to talk to you about some other things too just one.

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"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

"The man who killed a young Canadian couple more than thirty years ago after the court heard from relatives of Jaco contain your band Kylin board William Talbot was then given the opportunity to speak so this is something that and kind and boards brother John calls it a self serving police because he's got the courage to stand up and tell a story and I can't believe his instant so holes in his court tell us what happened and he was sentenced to life in prison for each of the two murders the sentences to be served consecutively his attorneys tried before the sentencing to get the conviction tossed out and ask for a new trial motions all denied they say they will file an appeal well before their thirty day deadline this Holmes county courthouse Ryan Harris como news counties policy of blocking immigration agents from access to jail inmate information doesn't sit well with one local Republican state senator Phil fortune auto of Auburn says the illegal immigrant who attacked a white center woman just one example of a public safety risk he says policies like that pose promises to go back to Mexico and goes and the first one within two days he goes in the ranks the same woman again extraction fear for her life and why what she did justice system police force notices county councilmembers can't call it a data breach if they'd previously granted access to ice that forgot to take away that access county council members say they took away that access because of ice.

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"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

"In the world was fifty years ago. The police raided the stonewall sparking rebellion that launched the modern LGBTQ movement. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news. Komo news, one thousand FM ninety seven seven news time seven thirty one right now sixty five degrees. Art Sanders top local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. There is no doubt in the minds of Holmes county jury that William Talbot is guilty of the nineteen eighty-seven murders of young, Canadian couple, komo's Ryan Harris has more from the courthouse. William Talbot heard whispering. I didn't do it as those guilty. Verdicts were read for the murders of twenty year old Jay Cooke and his eighteen year old girlfriend tenure in Keilan Borg. There was blood and handprints evidence collected by detectives thirty two years ago that helped prosecutors to win this case. But it was the DNA run through genetic genealogy website that helped link the killings to Talbot, which relatives hope we'll give more families closure Snohomish county sheriff's captain. Rob Palmer was asked if it's an emotional conclusion for him. I was major detective, actually, my partner work on this case. Back in the day. Bomber says they are using the same technique in other cold cases. Tell faces life in prison when he sentenced July twenty fourth. That's no much county court. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. The FBI need your help solve the in anti-gay hate crime in Renton earlier this month, someone set off explosives on an LGBTQ pride display at the United Christian church van low scrawled Olympic 2013 on this play a bible verse often cited by anti gay hate groups. Fortunately, no one was hurt. The FBI's now offering a five thousand dollar award for information leading to an arrest and conviction. Senator Patty Murray in town. This weekend pushing for an antidiscrimination Bill. More from komo's Jeff Pohjola Senator Murray met with victims of LGBT discrimination hearing their stories, as she pushed legislation for greater protections in the workplace..

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"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

"Center a jury in snohomish county continues their deliberations in the william talbot cold case murder trial the trial is centered around the killing of a canadian couple of nineteen eighty-seven it's getting national attention because it's the first involving genetic genealogy komo's gabe cohen has more cook was found strangled in monroe tenure in kyla berg found executed in skagit county was that sexual contact consensual or was it written defense doesn't deny talbot's d._n._a. was there but they argue it doesn't prove rape or murder firm that has no indication that it wasn't deposited in any way other than during consensual sexual encounters so under what circumstances the defendant in the back of the van for consensual sexual encounter with eighteen year old tenure where's jay we are very grateful for the technology brought us to this stay jay and ten family's now hoping their thirty two year wait for justice is almost over to expect a guilty verdict i do gabe cohen komo news seattle one step closer to hiring a dozen new officers for the police department but they're not going to be carrying guns here's komo's sewer merrill they are community service officers or c._s._o.'s and they're meant to take some of the work off police so those officers can focus on crime c._s._o.'s will be unarmed and noncommissioned and won't wear police uniforms a council committee voted unanimously to recommend the full council move forward on hiring town officers to supervisors assistant police chief adrian d._s._s. c._s._o.'s we'll have three main areas of focus community engagement you services and navigating the various systems of social services and mental health services that are available out there so what an officer it makes contact with people how to actually create warm hand offs though they haven't officially posted the openings diaz as they already have more than three hundred applicants the full council set to vote monday sue romero komo news at an inmate at the state penitentiary in walla walla is recovering from gunshot wound after a guard in the prison tower shot him the state department of corrections tells k. a._p._r. news the officer was trying to break up a fight in the prison about among rather three inmates i e sounded an alarm in the yard and shouted warnings then he reportedly shot and struck one of the three inmates shooting under investigation it's to afford komo anti update on our aaa traffic.

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"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven news center trial wrapping up in snohomish county for fifty six year old william talbot accused in the nineteen eighty seven murders of young couple from british columbia komo carleen johnson reports todd reeves an investigator for the defense who testified about address records for talbot suggesting he's remained in the area for decades not trying to hide or move around but the prosecutor argued those address records aren't relevant nor are they reliable has been registering his address for the past sixteen years in a place where he hasn't resided he's been registering to address in hogan county where he does have some property he's been living in seatac which is where he was living at the time of his arrest eighteen year old town you van kyle and berg and her boyfriend twenty year old jay cooke were on a road trip to south seattle from the victoria area in nineteen eighty-seven when they vanished both were found murdered a few days later nationwide this is the first case using the technique notice genetic genealogy to go to a trial by jury carleen johnson komo news governor inslee getting ready to take the national stage tomorrow komo's charlie harger tells us about his preparations for the presidential debates inslee is in miami to take on well known democrats such as elizabeth warren and cory booker isley till c._n._n. he isn't going to do anything fancy he just plans to focus on his big issue climate change and most importantly to articulate my level of commitment and i am the candidate the sole candidate who has made a pledge make this center prior to the united states so experience vision and commitment i think that's where need push more than stunts inslee is polling at about one percent in the democratic race his campaign says because it's early and national voters haven't gotten to hear him yet charlie harger komo news the amount of money the state will bring in is up despite signs of a slowing economy komo's ryan harris tells us higher taxes are behind it the big number is state revenue collections which the june forecast shows up four hundred thirty two million dollars for the next two year budget cycle because of higher taxes passed by lawmakers since the last forecast unemployment remains low in the economy continues to grow but that growth is slowing state economic and revenue forecast council director steve lurch short term interest rates have been higher than long term rates which he says has happened before previous recessions but has also been a false positive for recession i think this is something to keep an eye on but i certainly don't think it indicates that recession is likely this year lert says they're also watching international trade policy that still in flux and slowing economic growth for washington's key trade partners ryan harris komo news komo news time four oh four still to come i'm brian calvert with the newest furry fire prevention force that's about to be deployed.

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"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

"Van cise now the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center a woman is dead two young children badly injured after a rollover crash near some amateur this morning komo's carleen johnson with more driver of the white toyota pick-up truck also injured in this morning's crash taken to overlakehospital he's expected to be okay to johnson says a young woman nineteen years old was driving an oncoming car on state route two near ames lake road may have swerved into the oncoming traffic lane herve vehicle rolled and she was killed an infant into child about four years old in that vehicle critically injured i asked to johnson about possible impairment medical camera will Do all that screen and things like that. the driver of the white pickup is doing terry blood draw the baby and four year old taken to harborview again with critical injuries carleen johnson komo news the king county sheriff's office has increased patrols in the white center area following shooting sunday morning outside of a hookah lounge near south west roxbury and seventeenth avenue south west robbie triplet lives nearby to i think increase patrolling would would make people's minds he's he's a little bit you know especially after something like that another person hurt monday morning in another shooting on first avenue southwest deputies do not believe the shootings related the sheriff's office says it's a wear violent crime has been trending up and says the patrols will be random at different times of the day closing arguments today in the double murder cold-case trial of fifty six year old william talbot the defense today asking the judge to dismiss the murder charges against his client arguing there's no direct link between talbot and the victims eighteen year old ten even kyle lindbergh in her boyfriend twenty year old jay cooke killed nearly thirty two years ago the judge refused and then the defense said they would bring an investigator to the stand testify about where talbot had been living ingraham's days that he committed Charge. From that is that he was attracted conceal them. This show that is not. this is the first use of genetic genealogy and a jury trial relatively new technology that the defense argued is unreliable the trial could wrap up at some point today or this week to people who strung booby-traps along portland bike path last year will avoid jail time under a plea deal here's komo's gregg hersholt cyclist carleen oestergaard road into the string late the night of november ninth and suffered bruises and cuts the two people responsible in order to complete community service one of them also has been ordered to write an apology letter to her raven jones pleaded guilty to third degree assault and she said in court that she had been drinking heavily that night her accomplice was also sentenced to community service and probation gregg hersholt komo news coming up i'm charlie harder with governor inslee plans for the presidential debates in miami i aaa traffic.

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"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

"Center trial is wrapping up in snohomish county for fifty six year old william talbot accused in the nineteen eighty-seven murders of young couple from british columbia look at the report from komo's carleen johnson todd reeves and investigated for the defense who testified about address records for talbot suggesting he's remained in the area for decades not trying to hide or move around but the prosecutor argued does address records aren't relevant nor are they reliable registered in his address for the past sixteen years in a place where he hasn't resided he's been registering address in okinawa county where he does have some property he's been living in seatac which is where he was living at the time of his arrest eighteen year old tanny van kyle berg and her boyfriend twenty year old jay cooke were under road trip to south seattle from the victoria area in nineteen eighty-seven when they vanished both were found murdered a few days later nation unwind this is the first case using the technique notice genetic genealogy to go to a trial by jury carleen johnson komo news a young woman was killed this morning in the crash on highway two oh two and two young kids were also badly hurt it happened shortly after four thirty this morning on the redmond fall city road near ames lake road it was very foggy according to reports state trooper rick johnson says a white pick-up was headed eastbound of black passenger vehicle going the other way what be black passenger vehicle is doing we're not sure we know that one be across centerline but we don't have any termination on on the seat winston who did what yet the driver of that car died at the scene fire crews had to cut the top off that vehicle to get the little ones out a four year old and an infant both had to go to harborview medical center the truck driver was also injured but his injuries are not life threatening police are warning those in this region about of scary scam artist calls begin like allot who claim they're the i._r._s. and that you owe money recently in idaho resident took time to challenge a scammer things got violent according to the person who called us the person started saying that he was gonna come in kill the person who had called his family that's lewiston police lieutenant jeff clone warns against engaging scam artist over the phone as they may have your home address coming up i'm balloon experts say washington state will be heavily impacted by wildfire smoke in the years ahead which is expected to kill more and more people to four we check our aaa traffic with marina rockinger well we still have issues and kitsap county on both directions closed between highway three and national avenue and then the ramp from highway three northbound to to kits up way also blocked because of those collisions we have it pretty tough northbound one six seven from two twenty-second up to the scene of a collision at one eighty at that's been taking up the two right lanes for quite some time in fact i think they got that cleared off to the side southbound i five has rolling slow from lake city way into downtown seattle southbound i five is tough from highway eighteen down through the five curve this look at traffic brought to you by tila resort casino discover the unrivaled gaming power of one the only gaming card you need final the details at tulalip resort casino dot com your next komo traffic at two fourteen or komo forecast from seth wayne high temps in the low to mid seventies that's how a rep up today otherwise we're going for a mix of sun and clouds and also the chance of some scattered showers.

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"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

"Connected stay informed the komo morning news sokoto right now tuesday morning with clear skies in the sun is rising here in western washington it's fifty one degrees along with gregg hersholt i'm manda factor here the top stories from the komo twenty four seven news center a baby and a toddler had been critically injured this morning and a rollover crash near samaj and one other person has been killed here state trooper rick johnson route to my near the ames lake road fully blocked so drivers are of asked to avoid that area we'll get some detour information for you from kierra coming up in just a couple of minutes trial is wrapping up in snohomish county for fifty six year old william talbot macos in the nineteen eighty-seven murders of young couple from british columbia update on that case now from komo's carleen johnson this could be the day the state rests in the defense begins calling witnesses a crime lab supervisor was on the stand yesterday for the prosecution and she will return today and wrap up a monday she told the jury the d._n._a. evidence against talbot linked through genetic genealogy is a certain match to what was founded the victims eighteen year old tenure then kyle and board and her boyfriend twenty year old jay cooke we're on a road trip to south seattle from vancouver island in late nineteen eighty-seven with a vanished then calemburg was shot in the back of the head found dead off a road in rural skagit county Jay was. Did not have any pants. did not have any underwear cook was beaten with rocks strangled with twine his body dumped under a bridge south of monroe.

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"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

"They're talking about an often misunderstood heart attack symptom, called agony breathing. This is when the victim is making a gulping or gasping motion. But is it really breathing? Normally the CPR trainer says lay persons often miss identify this kind of reading as normal. But according to geekwire U dub researchers say a specially equipped Amazon echo or Google home device can correctly identify agony breathing, ninety seven percent of the time, that's only possible, because the smart speaker is always listening. It's both the blessing of Alexa, and her curse as more people will find themselves asking how much privacy am I willing to trade for a potential life saving feature reporting live Corwin Hake. Komo news a man has been murdered along Aurora avenue in Seattle. Komo's theranos on is at the scene near north eighty four th street. Police say fifty five year old man was shot. We're not being told what led up to the shooting or if the killer is still on the loose we've seen crime scene. Investigators poring over this area for evidence even looking. Over nearby buildings for what might be bullet holes. This area has seen its share of violence recently just last month the near here up at the ninety six just a block off of Aurora. There was a killing, so it hasn't been too long since that happened, we understand there's some gang detectives out here as well. Testimony continues in the trial of nineteen eighty-seven cold case murder William Talbot is accused of killing Tanya van Cullen. Bergen Jay cook thirty two years ago. Testimony yesterday came from police officers who investigated crime at the time. A fingerprint was one of the pieces of evidence they identified during the testimony of state patrol forensic, scientists Angela Hilliard..

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"william talbot" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"KIRO radio app, the double murder trial of seatac man charged in the nineteen eighty-seven killings of a young British Columbia couple continued in county this afternoon, radios Hannah, Scott says the case is getting national attention because the suspect was identified using a controversial method called genetic genealogy that method uses crime scene DNA to track a suspect through family on ancestry websites and has now been used in nearly fifty cases across the country. But William Talbot is the first case to go to trial neither side is focusing heavily on that, though, with prosecutors pointing to additional DNA tests that match Talbot to the crime scene after his arrest. The defense did not argue the DNA wasn't Talbot's during opening statements, but instead focused on raising reasonable doubt through timeline and evidence, gaps. More than just the trial is expected to last at least two weeks. Talbot faces life. If convicted the Mercer mess will have another mess to deal with starting tonight. I five off ramp to Mercer way is going to be closed all weekend because the city of Seattle is going to be doing some pavement repair on Mercer street. So we're working with the city in order to keep a little less traffic off their spokesman, Tom Pierce says the pavement work is to repair damage from that crane collapse. In April a stabbing in north Seattle early this morning, has left a twenty four year old woman critically injured detective Mark Jameson says it happened in the bitter lake neighborhood around five am we believe that the suspect is the victim's ex-boyfriend. We did do a canine trap. Unfortunately, we did not locate the suspect immediately. However, our detectives and officers are following up on leads attempting to, to locate the suspect the woman was taken to Harborview with life threatening injuries. She's been a fixture on Seattle television for thirty six years. But today, Laurie Matsukawa calls today, the veteran news anchor on channel five will deliver her last evening newscasts this evening. Matsuoka was. Offered a retirement by out, along with veterans Jean enersen Dennis bounds in two thousand sixteen but decided not to take it at the time because she still had projects. She wanted to complete in addition to the news, Matsukawa is well known in Seattle for her work with organizations like the Asian American journalists association..

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"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

"Go to. He has a no contact order, then it's going to be interesting to see what happens next with this guy comes back, Markevic, thank you. Komo news time four zero nine. Prosecutors in a cold case murder trial say there's no question. Seatac truck driver killed a young couple from Canada back in nineteen eighty-seven come Corwin Hake reports the trial is just underway. In Everett who killed eighteen year old tenure van kylian Berg and twenty year old Jay Cooke during their road trip. To Seattle from Victoria, BC, the trail had gone cold for thirty years until investigators used a genealogical database to link suspect. William Talbot to DNA found on the young woman prosecutor, gestion Harlem admits at the end of the trial. Jurors are likely to have questions. So one question you will not have is who is responsible for those extremely violent murders of Jane tan, and that can only be one person and Mr. Talbot defense attorney John Scott says, too many questions remain unanswered. We don't know if there was more than when perpetrator where there was just one perpetrator. The evidence doesn't tell us Talbot faces a life sentence. If convicted in Everett Corwin Hake. Komo news. A call to arms for the last place Seattle Mariners come. Bill Schwartz explains that the Harley exterior sports desk. Friends, the numbers don't lie the Seattle Mariners have one of the worst bullpens in the American League. In fact, the pitching staff is second worst in earned run average have given up the second most home. Runs behind only the Baltimore Orioles. We'll see whether the Mariners pitchers can find their groove in Oakland tonight against the athlete, starting with Marco Gonzalez long faces in Oakland with the warriors falling to Toronto in the NBA finals, and Golden State also confirms today. Former WS guard Klay Thompson suffered a torn ACL Friday night, WNBA basketball features last year's finalist. The Seattle storm taking on the Washington mystics near DC that game has just under way, sixty degrees in humid at Pebble Beach, for round, two of the US open Justin Rose started the day with a one-shot lead. He's increased it to a couple over Aaron wise, Louis who stays in ROY McElroy, and Gary woodland to come as Andrew Putnam, plus two through thirty six holes sports updates at ten and forty after the hour. Bill Swartz, on the home of the huskies, KOMO news. We've learned, of course, over the years, what large tech companies.

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"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

"Not happy with what he's done. Not happy with the fact that they've done the date of tightening. He doesn't make that decision himself. But I would think that the end of the Federal Reserve is Powell who was appointed by. President Trump has said he won't step down in spite of pressure from the president, imprisoned WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange will face a US extradition hearing early next year. He faces espionage charges a mall street today. Stocks are down slightly. I'm Scott Goldberg ABC news. Komo news one thousand ninety seven seven good morning, fifty eight cloudy degrees in downtown Seattle at nine thirty one on this Friday. Thanks for being with us as we continue with our top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. A jury has been seated and opening arguments are underway in the trial of a man charged with the cold case murder of a young Canadian couple of happening in Everett. Komo's Corwin Hake with the update. William Talbot the second Fifty-six-year-old trucker from seatac is charged with murdering eighteen year old Tanya. Van Burg and twenty year old Jay Cooke back in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven the couple were on a road trip from Vancouver. Bc. To seattle. Their bodies were found dumped sixty five miles apart in Snohomish, Skagit counties, Snohomish county sheriff titrate, Neri said at the time of Talbot's arrest investigators connected him to the crime scenes via groundbreaking genetic genealogy testing the suspect's DNA, which was collected in one thousand nine hundred seven at the scene of tanya's murder was used to identify his ancestors, which in turn led us to the identification of Talbot. Prosecutors opening could come as early as this morning in a trial expected to last three weeks. If convicted Talbot faces a life sentence. Corwin Hake, KOMO news. If you Father's Day weekend plans include traveling highway.

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"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

"Say confessed to raping and be. Meeting a woman last month in Renton may be charged as an adult more details on the case from komo's Carleen Johnson. Well, King County, prosecutors will seek to have the criminal case against this. Fifteen year old Renton boy accused of raping and beating a woman moved from juvenile court to adult court, the boy was charged last week with first degree rape first degree assault first degree burglary for that may twenty ninth attack on this thirty two year old Renton woman for youth younger than sixteen. It's going to be up to a judge to decide if the case is moved to adult court, or remains, in juvenile court, of course if he's convicted he'd end up serving a lot more time if he's convicted as an adult that brutal attack captured on surveillance cameras. And police say the suspect was also seen on cameras dumping. The victim cellphone at the Fred Meyer on rainier avenue in Renton the woman told police, according to the Seattle times, she had no memory of the assault. But said she had spent the previous evening drinking alcohol with a friend in Seattle then fell asleep on a metro bus. On her way. Home to rent an woke up being attacked Carleen Johnson. Komo news. Jury selection has begun in a cold case murder in Snohomish county that'll be the first in the country based on genetic genealogy William Talbot. The second is accused of killing Jay Cooke and Tanya von kylian, Borge, nineteen eighty-seven. Investigators linked him to the murders by tracing. His family tree through DNA profiles that people have entered into public databases. Talbot's attorney argues the discovery of his DNA at the scene doesn't make him the killer a relatively inexpensive genetic tests can help avoid costly medical expenses for your dog. Let's get an explanation on that from komo's Corwin Hake. Dog owners are turning to genetic testing to discover what conditions there might be genetically coded for one quick, swab inside the cheek and veterinarians can diagnose and possibly prevent future doggy diseases from different clotting disorders all the way up through variety of skin diseases liver diseases. Dr Casey Carl at Pau print genetics. Spokane tells k x y news, it's not a bad idea for pet owners to get the one hundred dollar test while their dog is healthy people to plan for the future.

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"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on KOMO

"Com tells us the software will be thoroughly tested. Me update that happens. You can do all the planning you all, but it's not until the softwares in place. It's been tested and runs and probably use operationally before they can assure themselves that the software is operating within the parameters they expected to just software deployment could take even longer. If they learn the cause of the crash was different from the lion aircrash trial. The man accused of killing a Canadian coupled during a visit to Washington in one thousand nine hundred seventy been delayed. Komo's Eric Heintz report. William Talbot is charged with the aggravated murders of Jay Cooke and Tanya van kylian Barak. The couple came from Vancouver island to Snohomish county to pick up furnace parts for Cook's father when they were abducted and killed the Everett herald reports defense lawyers said they're still waiting for lab. Notes needed before the interview DNA experts the also planned to travel to British Columbia to interview other witnesses trial was moved from April first to June third. Eric Heintz, KOMO news. The Kitsap county fire marshal believes a heating pad sparked a fire that killed a woman in our home. Own home. The fire broke out last night just outside port orchard fire. Marshal says the seventy year old woman who lived at the home died because she could not escape the flames. Firefighters say nobody else was home at the time another fired a homeless camp that burned dangerously close to traffic on a state highway. Komo's Matt Markevic has more on what's being done to fix. What's turned into an ongoing problem? Just after eleven pm fire engulfs a homeless camp on state property along state route five oh nine in south park. Come daytime. The camp is abandoned a smoldering mess that will be up to the city of Seattle and state workers to clean up. But this camp is not isolated it sits in the middle of an estuary on the Duwamish river with water levels rising and lowering with the tides a home for fish and fowl drive by this every single day. Frustrating. There are current in abandoned camps garbage surrounding the estuary and pollution from.

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"william talbot" Discussed on Decrypted

Decrypted

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"william talbot" Discussed on Decrypted

"Suzie told me, marriage records are pretty good in Washington state. So she was able to confirm that this was indeed the marriage she'd been looking for and this resulted in four children, three of which were female. And so we only had one male. That one male was the only probable suspect within a few Alice CC found herself staring at a name, William Talbot. The second police collected a new DNA sample from him and confirmed it matched the DNA found at the crime scene. Then on may seventeenth police took William Talbot into custody. Of course, he hasn't been found guilty yet, but my work certainly points right. William Talbot has been charged with both murders, but he's pleaded not guilty if he's convicted, he could face the death penalty. The Snohomish case was just the first murder case c. tried to crack to date para Bonn and see c. have solved more than a dozen cases and they have dozens more in the works. Power. Bonn has added three other fulltime Genealogists to its stuff with c. heading up that team. But when people ship their DNA off to twenty three and me or ancestry to find out whether they're -talian or what their gene say about their taste for salon tro they probably don't imagine it being used for criminal investigation the Golden State killer case Brun already bubbling conversation about DNA and privacy to a boil. When you send you a saliva off to a DNA testing company, you're handing over extremely sensitive, extremely personal information, not just about yourself, but about other people, you'll related to consumer genetic testing companies. So companies like ancestry and twenty three and me don't in general shared it with law enforcement unless they're legally compelled to, but that data gets shared in lots of other ways. For example, DNA testing companies are already using the data for research over time that could be other uses for that data to, for example, what if advertises one day used it to Taylor adds to you? What if thority is used it? Not just to hunt down serial killers but petty criminals. I got into some of this with Aaron Murphy. She's a law professor and why you? I mean, the police were able to use DNA to determine something that probably people in the world do not know. Which is who's your six. I mean, I, I always say now I don't think people have fully internalized that they may be the person who's the pivot Aaron things that if we fully grasped the scope of what law enforcement could learn about any of us by using these new technologies, we'd be truly shocked some of they like, okay, well, go on twenty three and me and look at the list of things that they're going to tell you about. And then tell me if you wanna marched down to your local and give that list of those things, you're sheriff with your name and the answers to be clear. It is highly unlikely that police would get hold of a whole vial of saliva from a crime scene and send it into a company like twenty three, a me most of the time, they're just tiny bits of DNA left behind the scene of a crime, but the technology has already advanced enough that these kinds of searchers are actually possible through pair bomb nanna labs and Judd match and your information could be exposed. Even if you don't take one of these spit tests yourself. The key thing here is. It doesn't have to be you. You know if they can find that information out through a relative of yours because we're looking at, you know enough snip that we could make a prediction about what you look like based on your relative or whether your family has certain just..

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