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Maryland Trooper Shoots, Kills Teen Who Had Airsoft Gun and Knife

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Maryland Trooper Shoots, Kills Teen Who Had Airsoft Gun and Knife

"Maria leave no word yet on a motive of a 16 year old boy armed with a knife and an air soft gun. Who was fatally shot by a Maryland state trooper in Leonardtown. We have interviewed a witness who said they saw the individual in the driveway and what the witness described as a shooting stance, pointing a gun at the Trooper Colonel Woodrow Jones, superintendent of Maryland State Police. A second witness has told investigators that after the trooper fired the first time they saw the male pull out a night and try to get up. 16 year old Peyton Ham was shot a second time by the trooper. The team later died at the hospital, the ST Mary's county State's attorney's office said to review the findings

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WTOP

03:12 min | 5 months ago

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"I'm gonna guy in l A and I'm Joan Jones. Teddy Gilman is our producer, just a hand. Dozens arrested near Minneapolis and a third night of protests over the police shooting death of a black man. During a traffic stop A 16 year old boys shot to death by a Maryland state trooper. I'm Dick Uliano. What a covert vaccine being put on pause means to a local health director. I'm Christi King. Good morning, It's 9 31 Police took action against protesters well ahead of Brooklyn center. Minnesota curfew Last night, Police arrested at least 60 people after an unlawful assembly was declared. Outside the police station. Protestors returned to the streets to show their outrage over a police shooting that killed a 20 year old black man during a traffic stop on Sunday. Ah, third night of protests and arrests in Brooklyn center right outside Minneapolis, where curfews are in effect. The action captured by Katie SP, officers used flash bangs and gas grenades on hundreds of protesters. Who threw fireworks outside police headquarters calling for justice for Dante right. Kim Porter resigned from the force yesterday along with the police chief who said the 26 year veteran thought she was using her Taser instead fired her weapon on right. I'm Julie Walker. Meantime, prosecutors expect to decide today whether charges will be filed against the former police officer who fired that deadly shocked meantime, just miles away in a Minneapolis courtroom. The prosecution rested yesterday in the trial of Derek Shelvin, a former cop charged with killing George Floyd last year. Attorneys for Shelvin are now presenting his defense. They one of defense testimony ended with a use of force expert defending Derrick Show Van's actions leading up to the death of George Floyd last May. I felt that Derrick show Vin was justified. It was acting with objective reasonableness. But under cross examination, the prosecution pushed back. What part of this is not compliant. The defense maintains it was Mr Floyd's drug use and health issues that led to his death. Police. Preston CBS NEWS New York In Maryland, a state police trooper shot and killed a teenage boy who pointed a gun at him. The deadly encounter happened Tuesday afternoon and Leonardtown When a state trooper confronted the 16 year old boy in the driveway of a home Police Superintendent Woodrow Jones says the boy was armed with a gun and knife. A gun was recovered at the scene. It has been determined to be an air soft gun that is a close representation of an actual handgun. Air soft guns, fire plastic BBS. Police say the boy pulled out the knife after being shot once and the trooper fired a second time. The boy's been identified as Peyton Ham, Maryland State troopers are not equipped with body worn cameras, particularly on O w. T O P News. Some experts are meeting today on the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine and problems with it. We've got that story ahead. 9 34 unique with very staffing needs across the region. You want the most highly skilled candidates, Cordy a resource is can help you build the workforce. You need to meet your ever changing needs, whether it's permanent.

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WMAL 630AM

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"woodrow jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mary. I know you do too, for that very radio. Well, once again a few things to talk about. You mentioned Joe Biden. He's going to codify September 11th in the history of radical Islamic attacks against us by choosing September 11th aza. Whole updates and remember Tamir Rice. I have an update. W M E L F M. WOODBRIDGE, Washington Now more than ever depend on one of 5.9 FM W M A L A cumulus stations news now. W E Mail NEWS at nine. Good morning, everyone I'm John Matthews in Maryland State trooper responding to a 911 call in ST Mary's County County. Encountered a teenager with what appeared to be a gun. When the teen appeared to take a shooting stance. The trooper shot him. A second witness has told investigators that after the trooper fired the first time they saw the male pull out a knife and tried to get up. The trooper ordered him to drop the knife before he fired again. State police Superintendent Woodrow Jones says 16 year old Peyton Ham died at a hospital. His weapon turned out to be a replica air soft gun, not the real thing and investigations underway. The trooper's been placed On leave. The Virginia Department of Health says the CDC is investigating the death of a Virginia woman is part of its Johnson and Johnson vaccine pause. The department has not said where in the Commonwealth woman lived or she had any underlying health issues. The news comes as use of the vaccine has been paused nationwide. This estate vaccine coordinator Dr Danny Avila, We've got to make sure that we have good answers and clarity on to this vaccine is safe or if you've already had the vaccine and develop severe headache. Abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath within three weeks. Call your doctor Marie Aly. Fun double grow May l and w.

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03:00 min | 5 months ago

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"Degree weather, a mix of rain and snow and an eight p.m. curfew did not stop around 1000 people from gathering at the Brooklyn Center Police station. And what began as a march and vigil escalating to the arrest of around 60 people for charges that ranged from curfew violation to rioting. A team of medics among the protesters said injuries were not severe, but the police had been more aggressive than previous nights. You know, I'm more class things and like anything else, rubber bullets, so we got a lot more like blood boom. One young man says The rubber bullet injury he received was worth it. Yeah, it was Brandon Ison for CBS News Minneapolis. Meantime, prosecutors may decide today whether to charge The former police officer who fired the deadly shot that killed Dante right during that traffic stop. Brooklyn Center. Police officer Kim Potter and police chief Tim Gannon both resigned yesterday. Gannon had said he thought Potter mistakenly grabbed her pistol when she was trying to pull out her Taser. A prosecutor indicated that he had received information on the case from state investigators and hoped to make a charging decision Today. The defense and the Derrick Show Vin Murder trial call their first witness yesterday and maybe close to resting there. Case among the defense witnesses yesterday, a use of force experts provided lengthy testimony that Derek Showman's actions during the arrest of George Floyd were justified and that he was following police policy and standards of law enforcement. The trial judge has told jurors that if all testimony is completed by the end of the day tomorrow, the court will take Friday off and closing arguments would begin on Monday. Teenage boy has been shot and killed by a Maryland state trooper. Investigators say the boy had a knife and a gun. But was later found to be an air. Soft gun air soft guns, fire plastic BBS. But Neverland State police Superintendent Woodrow Jones says the gun looks like a real handgun. There are many questions we do not have the answers to at this point. In the investigation. However, we are committed to conducting a thorough investigation to determine what has occurred. The teenager is identified his 16 year old Peyton Ham. The shooting took place in the driveway of a home in Leonardtown. Jones has the trooper or 2.5 Year veteran has been placed on administrative leave pending the investigation, particularly on O w t o P News UP ahead on w T o P. What's happening today to figure out what to do about the Johnson and Johnson coronavirus? It's 8 34. Now the small business buzz package by the UPS store If you're good at math, a small business is a good fit. One of the top small business owner professions is accounting. And DC is a good place to be an accountant, business research firm advisor Smith says. Based on pay at work Availability, DC, ranks number eight among big cities, the average accountant salary and D. C is $96,000 a year that's 20% more than average. The D C area also has 49% more accounting jobs per capita than the average. I'm Jeff Playboy from male boxing to packing the UPS store does everything for small business, including printing, because running your own.

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02:27 min | 5 months ago

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"And will not be tolerated if you choose to come and do criminal activity. Destroyed property and throw objects and make it unsafe. Minnesota State Patrol chief Matt Langer says the unlawful assembly was declared before the city's curfew took effect because people were trying to tear down fencing around the police station. The demonstrations have demonstrations have been in response to the deadly shooting death of a young black man by a white police officer during a weekend traffic stop Now that officer has resigned from the Brooklyn Center Police Department and the local police chief also stepped down today, prosecute May decide whether to charge the former officer. Kim Potter, the former police chief has said that he thought Potter grabbed her gun by mistake when she was trying to use her Taser, meantime, just miles away in a Minneapolis courtroom, the prosecution has rested in the trial of Derrick Show. Vin, the former cop charged with killing George Floyd last year. Attorneys for Shelvin are now presenting his defense Day. One of defense testimony ended with a use of force expert defending Derrick Show Van's actions leading up to the death of George Floyd last Hey, I felt that Derrick show Vin was justified. It was acting with objective reasonableness. But under cross examination, the prosecution pushed back. What part of this is not compliant. The defense maintains it was Mr Floyd's drug use and health issues that led to his death. Police. Preston CBS NEWS NEW YORK A Maryland state police trooper has shot and killed a teenage boy who pointed a gun at him. The deadly encounter happened Tuesday afternoon, and Leonard Down one, a state trooper confronted the 16 year old boy in the driveway of a home. Police Superintendent Woodrow Jones says the boy was armed with a gun and knife gun was recovered at the scene. It has been determined to be an air soft gun that is a close representation of an actual handgun. Air soft guns, fire plastic BBS. Police say the boy pulled out the knife after being shot once and the trooper fired a second time. The boy's been identified as Peyton Ham, Maryland State troopers are not equipped with body worn cameras, particularly on O w T O P News coming up a federal panel meeting today to decide the next steps for the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine. It's 7 34. Hello. This is your apartment. I need some favors from you. Your cat keeps rubbing against the kitchen.

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WMAL 630AM

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"woodrow jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Weeks. Call your doctor Maria Leaf on double drama l and w e mail dot com Teenager was shot and killed by a Maryland state trooper in ST Mary's County. The trooper, responding to a 911 call for a man with a gun found a teen in a shooting stance with the weapon. The trooper fired. Instruct the team who then appeared to pull out a knife. The trooper fired again, and 16 year old Peyton Ham was rushed to a hospital where he died. The Maryland state Police homicide unit is on the scene will be conducting a criminal in bed. Litigation. This is procedure and all trooper involved Shootings. Investigators are interviewing witnesses at this time States Police Superintendent Woodrow Jones says the gun turned out to be a replica. Maryland officials say empty roads during the pandemic made for more speed and deadlier highway crashes. 20% increase in overall crashes and 25% decrease in injury crashes, But even with fewer crashes. Overall, there have been more deaths on Maryland roadways has transportation. Secretary Greg Slater, But we still have fatality number that is is 6.4% increase over last year, just striking with 569 deaths on Maryland roadways in 2020, Barbara Britt W. M. A. L and w m a l dot com. And here's something that could make roads even less. They've going forward as Virginia moves to join D C and legalizing marijuana. A new study from Triple A finds that drivers who used pot and alcohol together are downright dangerous, significantly more likely to speed tax intentionally run red lights and drive aggressively than those who don't Triple A's John Townsend pot turns legal in Virginia on July 1st of blistering internal report by the U. S. Capitol Police shows just how.

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WMAL 630AM

02:16 min | 5 months ago

"woodrow jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"News. That private too Good morning, everyone I'm John Mathews, a teenager armed with a replica gun and a knife was killed in a confrontation with the Maryland state trooper in ST Mary's County Yesterday afternoon. The trooper responding to a 911 call for a man acting suspiciously, we have interviewed a witness who said they saw the individual and the drop. Driveway and what the witness described as a shooting stance, pointing a gun at the trooper. The trooper fired at the mail, wounding him. State Police Superintendent Woodrow Jones says the team then pulled out a knife and the trooper fired again. 16 year old Peyton Ham died at a hospital. Police say there were at least two witnesses to what happened. An investigation is underway one of the six cases of blood clotting that led to the government to pause the administration of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine and the on leaf attack. It would be so far was a woman from Virginia. The 45 year old woman died on March 18th 12 days after she received the vaccine, pausing on the administration of vaccine certainly will raise question marks of the public and we got to make sure that we have Good answers and clarity onto this vaccine is safe for Danny of full of Virginia's vaccine coordinator, says the pause will lower the number of appointments offered by the state in the coming weeks. As you might expect. The sudden pause is coming up the works for hundreds of people who were lined up to get their shots in the coming days. 1200 individuals who had appointments scheduled Through Saturday have had their appointment canceled. D c. Health director doctor Look 100 Nesbit says Anyone who was set to receive the Fizer or Madonna vaccine should keep their appointments. The others will be rescheduled. And yes, she says. That will cause delays. Checking your money. The Dow futures up 12 points the NASDAQ futures up 26 in sports. The caps remain red hot, picking up their third straight win this time over the Flyers. 6 to 1, the Nets not so fortunate. They're crushed by the Cardinals, 14 to 3, Stephen Strasburg. It's early, giving up seven earned runs in four innings. I think it's just April and you kind of gotta get in every team get in new, you know, five day rotation and so out there make the adjustments in between. They'll play a rubber match This afternoon, The Orioles split a doubleheader with the Mariners, losing the first 4 to 3 winning.

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WTOP

02:06 min | 5 months ago

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"It's 11 11. We're learning more about that deadly shooting involving in Maryland State police trooper in southern Maryland 16 year old pet in ham of Leonardtown was shot and killed. He allegedly confronted police with an air soft gun and a knife in the driveway of a home on Leonard Hall Drive in ST Mary's County. Happen around 1 30 near the state police barracks and litter town. We have interviewed a witness who said they saw the individual and the driveway and what the witness described as a shooting stance. Pointing a gun. Half the trooper. Trooper fired at the mail, wounding him. Second witness has told investigators that after the trooper fired the first time They saw the male pull out a knife and tried to get up. Trooper ordered him to drop the knife. Before he fired again That is Colonel Woodrow Jones, the third the superintendent of the Maryland state police, the trooper involved now on administrative leave pending an ongoing investigation. Maryland State police troopers do not wear body cameras. FEMA launching a new program over the week to help people who lost loved ones during the pandemic. If you qualify, you can get reimbursed for some or all of your funeral expenses. Consumer man. Her wise bomb, a contributing editor, a checkbook dot org's explains the new FEMA program and how it worked to Dimitri Sodas. Anyone with covert related funeral expenses incurred after January. 20th of last year may be eligible for reimbursement of up to $9000. FEMA's covert 19 Feudal assistance program will help cover the cost of funeral services. Including a cask or earn funeral, home expenses, burial plot marker, headstone and clergy services. Just the name. Some of the costs will be covered. You can apply. FEMA says if the funeral expenses were for a death that may have been caused by or was likely the result of covert 19. What sort of proof do you need? You need to have receipts and other documentation. All those expenses showing your name on them is the person who paid them. Funeral homes cannot apply on your behalf on behalf of the family or be a co applicant. The person applying must feed into Visual, not a business who incurred the funeral expenses..

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WTOP

03:28 min | 5 months ago

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"Learning more about that deadly shooting that involved in Merrill State police officer in southern Maryland 16 year old petting ham of litter town was shot, He allegedly confronted police with an aerosol gun and a knife in the driveway of a home on Leonard Hall Drive in ST Mary's County. Happen around 1 30 near the state police barracks and little town. We have interviewed a witness who said they saw the individual in the driveway and what the witness described as a shooting stance. Morning a gun. At the trooper. Trooper fired at the mail, wounding him. Second witness has told investigators that after the trooper fired the first time They saw the male pull out a knife and tried to get up. Trooper ordered him to drop the knife. Before he fired again. It's Colonel Woodrow Jones, the superintendent of the Maryland state Police Perilous state police officers do not wear body cameras, Two weeks of testimony, 37 witnesses and dozens of video exhibits The prosecution and the Derrick Show Vin Murder trial resting its case today show his attorney has to convince jurors that their client did not commit murder in connection with the death of George Floyd. Last year, I felt that Derrick Show Vin was justified it was acting With objective reasonableness. Now that is one of the defense witnesses today, W. C. C E. O Sloan Martin has been following the trial from the very beginning in Minneapolis and joins Sean and Dimitri earlier. Well, I think that clip that you just played really exemplifies what he's entire testimony was about that he was acting with objective, reasonable list. And if you've perhaps her the name of very broad, he actually testified back in 2014 that the shooting death of Laquan McDonald in Chicago in 2014 was justified. So he is someone who is a former police officer who is often called upon as a consultant and has testified and nearly A dozen cases and he said, You want to try to see it as the officers at the scene put yourself in the officer's shoes, he said. It's easy to sit and judge an officer's conduct. He also talked about when he called one upsmanship, saying that quote police don't have to play fair. They're allowed to overcome resistance by going up a level to gain control now under cross examination from Steve Swisher for the state He tried to poke holes in broad contention that the prone position in itself is not a use of force. He got broad to agree that if the knee inflicted pain, it was ah use of force. He also agreed that both knees were employed for the duration. He also said he didn't note the time that Ford said his neck hurt. That everything hurt. So that's what we really heard On cross examination is, it's still an open question. Whether shoving himself will take the stand. Dylan Open question. We expected a sense really be wrapping up in arresting its cases soon as Thursday before closing arguments on Monday, and we still don't have a clear answer. That will happen Matters. W. Cco Sloan Martin, who has been covering the Derrick Show Vin murder trial in Minneapolis. New tonight. Maryland counting more deaths from alcohol and drug overdoses last year than ever before this, according to a new report released today by the state's opioid Operational Command Center. Early data sewing that 2773 people died from drinking in 2020. That's up more than 17% from last year. Most of those deaths nearly 2500 for opioid. Related Look at sports is next. This 9 14.

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"woodrow jones" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:38 min | 11 months ago

"woodrow jones" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"E mean reporting a new shot is nice and do this last week you Mi Ho can apparently was removed from her flight to South Korea after she failed to provide the paperwork that certified her emotional support Rhino. Saw pass that along for information, there was interesting news that fell over the On Friday, The Second Amendment Foundation filed suit against Maryland's good and substantial reason regulation, claiming Limits concealed carry permit issuance the minuscule numbers throughout the state. The suits call at all versus Jones at all filed in U. S District Court and joining The Second Amendment Foundation is the firearms policy Coalition. The Citizens Committee for the Right to keep and Bear Arms in Maryland shall issue ink all were plaintiffs along with the S A. F. Hey, Let's stay. Police Secretary Woodrow Jones, the third Merrill attorney General Brian Frosh in their official capacities as defendants. I don't know why they didn't let's Governor Hogan His governor Hogan could have Ah, Director of the state Police secretary, Woodrow Jones, uh, to, uh, to do this? Yeah, And he has not. So I don't know why he He gets off scot free here, but they played if they're arguing the state of Maryland is criminalized the carrying of handguns by ordinary citizens. Making unholy, unlawful or law abiding citizens to exercise their fundamental right to bear arms in public for self defense, without first satisfying the state that they should have a good and substantial reason to do so. Maryland. As you know, the may issue state not a shall issue state and he stayed. That isn't the issue state eyes? I think completely out of step with the Constitution of the United States, which has the right Of the of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed shall not be infringed. You're infringing on our right to carry a firearm. You know, some of the things they say is, for example, those look at this is for those who who are skilled enough Where the weapon it could prove that they are that they can go ahead, protect themselves that the idea is that you know you're supposed to lock in a home in a gun safe when you go out because that way when your gun safe is attacked, it could protect itself. That's the internal logic there by the way of one more note on the on the transition stuff that's going on because the clothing 19th Dr Michael Foster home who is one of the individuals infectious disease expert. He's a member of the other biting covert advisory board. He talked about the differentiation between Spanish flu back in 1918 and what's going on now because of covert 19 and he says, you know, look, no swapping here. We're going to be heading to a vaccine in the next few months where we could start to imagine having summer baseball back barbecues, etcetera, But in the meantime, we are in a very dangerous period, the most dangerous public health period since 1918 And if we don't basically take important steps like stop slopping error with are our neighbors, our friends, our colleagues, We're going to see these numbers grow substantially. OK, so Sean just bear that in mind moving forward, no swapping of their pandemic. Yeah, That's what he's saying, which is what he's saying is absorbed. Where did where did they dig these people up on the way, But Moderno is saying that they're going to 20 million doses of the vaccine by the end of the year. So you've got five year with 20 million and you got Madonna with one. That's 40 million doses of the vaccine already. And of course, modern owes 95% and Pfizer is 90%. Let's take some calls here this morning and we'll start with Janet in Parkville. Janet. Good morning. Hi, guys. I wanted to ask you. I heard over the weekend that our military Did a study to find out if lockdowns work and it was volunteers, men and men and women of our military volunteered and they found out that did not work. So I wanted to know if you heard anything about that. But I also someone made a good point over the weekend, also that the 900 people that are in the hospital with covert 19 and Maryland We don't know if they were in there for other things, and then were tested for covert 19. So I'll hang up and listen to you hanging up. See with us? Yeah. Thank you, Okay. All right, because I know and there's a big differentiation between dying from covert and dying with covert, and that's been we've we've discussed that at some length the last couple of weeks. The numbers are that only a small percentage of individuals who are co vered positive and who die. Only a very small percentage of them actually died from covert 19. I think it was a Sean like 6% of our call correctly. Yes, according to CDC 6%, and there was a the study that you're referring to Janet was New England Journal of Medicine. Always study that even military quarantines could not stop the virus. Exactly. Yeah, that's in the reason why we just heard from Oscar home there swamp in there when you lock everybody into the same Um, you know, there are people that are still going out. They gotta go to the super food store. They got to go to the drugstore. They gotta go. Some are going to work some whatever you're going out, and you can become infected. Then when you come home, you infect everybody in your household. So that's that's what's driving up these numbers, at least in part, But thanks for the call, and thanks for bringing that up Great point. It's good invention and actually gonna hang on. Just second mention sorry about that, because we got a traffic before coming up. Then we'll get to you a 43 right now. Traffic and weather on the threes. Chuck Whitaker, who's avoided swapping pretty much anything with anybody for three or four decades. Now, what are you talking about? This guy he swapped for a living..

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01:53 min | 1 year ago

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"A simple challenge before us is that everyone can cast a ballot and everyone who can must cast a ballot and the granddaughter of the civil rights later, 12 year old Yolanda Renee King spoke Less than a year before he was assassinated. My grandfather predicted this very moment. He said that we were moving into a new phase of the struggle. The first phase was civil rights and the new faces quality. Double duty Sofia to both six, turning the page this Saturday morning. The reward for capturing the suspect in the shooting death of a Columbia mother and her newborn baby has just gotten bigger as police believe there is missing information that could lead to a killer number one priority right now is just to get justice for Arabia and for baby ASHA, speaking for the family, pleading for information in the July 30 for shooting of Arabia, Ahmed in Colombia, Zeynep Show three is director of the Care office in Maryland. One of the hardest parts for the family is not knowing who Is behind this. There's a reward of up to 25 grand for giving Howard County police the right information people have security cameras or video surveillance apparatus outside their front doors chose three says it's worth examining tips. Khun B. Anonymous who might have information and not even realize they're seeking w T o P news. Maryland State trooper is recovering this morning after investigators say he was dragged down the highway by a driver during a traffic stop this week. Early on Friday morning in Howard County. The trooper then shot and killed the man behind the wheel. Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel Woodrow Jones says a trooper stopped 36 year old Julio Cesar Moran Ruez of Baltimore in Elk Ridge at 2 A.m. suspected he was driving while impaired, Jones says the driver began to pull away after the trooper realized he wasn't going to get out of the car and reached into the driver's window to try and pull the keys from the ignition trooper was.

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02:55 min | 1 year ago

"woodrow jones" Discussed on WTOP

"Woodrow Jones says a trooper stopped 36 year old Julio Cesar Moran Ruez of Baltimore in Elk Ridge at two AM suspecting he was driving while impaired, Jones says the driver began to pull away after the trooper realized he wasn't going to get out of the car and reached into the driver's window to try and pull the keys from the ignition trooper was dragged more than 2000. Ft. Almost won half a mile. Down the interstate, Jones says. While the trooper was being dragged, the trooper fired, striking and killing Moran Ruez. We do have in car digital video footage of this incident that'll be reviewed as part of the investigation. Negative Cloherty W. T. O P knew many of us have done it. We leave the car running while we run into the store for a few groceries. It might not seem like a big deal. But police in one local county say that since January, hundreds of people have done that. They've lost their right there. Jump in car thefts where criminals hop into a running car and take off. Last Thursday, a woman left her car running as she went into a store along Annapolis road. In Lanham, two people hopped in and drove off with the woman's nine month old baby in the car. That baby was found unharmed. A short time later, Another theft happened outside a liquor store on Marlboro Pike on August 16th. Prince George's county Police say they've gotten reports of 286 of these jumpin thefts across the county so far this year, a rise of 362% from this time last year. John Aeryn. W T. O P News 8 50 to the FDA commissioner just fired two PR workers who helped promote blood plasma as a covert 19 treatment. Former one America reporter Emily Miller was hand picked by the White House as the FDA is chief spokesperson. She'd only been on the job two weeks before being axed and consulted. Wayne Pines was also fired. He says he advised FDA director Dr Stephen Han to apologize for misleading comments about blood plasma better. If it's Han took a lot of heat for promoting the unproven treatment with President Trump. Afterwards, Han admitted to criticism of his comments on blood plasma data were justified. The FBI was I'm sorry the FDA was considering the treatment oven emergency basis until other doctors started pushing back. A Nevada man has reportedly been reinfected with Corona virus. This is the first known US patient to be re infected with the virus following a man in Hong Kong who was recently discovered to have also been reinfected 25 year old individual who in April had symptoms and was tested of B positive for covert 19. And then in May Cove in 19 symptoms again and the tests show this was a different our navy. Arne had changed a little bit so much so that they knew was a different strain of the virus. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Egas, telling us more about this American patient, a Nevada man reportedly re infected with covert 19. Ahead tonight. A sad night for many casino workers. That's in money news. I like Abed, that's.

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

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"33 believe it's completely gone now, but it is still quite slow from Stafford headed past set Airport Parkway 66 that runs without delay, both inside and outside the Beltway bobbing with double GOP traffic storm team for his Mike Stanford is back. What do you see now on the radar was seeing some very heavy thunderstorms over some of our Virginia suburbs. Especially stretching for around Perryville and Washington, Virginia. He switched around Warrenton, and that also is other cells between Culpepper and Remington that that are getting more intense. We're seeing some heavy thunderstorms around the notes full area, too. So do you think of my were under a severe thunderstorm. Washington 10 o'clock still risk of severe weather for about another hour here, especially in these southern Virginia suburbs. ALS would keep a close eye on there's a flash flood watch for the region to that, which goes until four in the morning. More showers or thunderstorms across the area tonight. Some storms may be severe from another hour and the risk for heavy rain will stay with us overnight lows in the upper sixties. Lower seventies by the remnants of Laura Come our way, along with an approaching front, especially from late morning into mid after the risk of severe thunderstorms. Highs on Saturday will be in the low to mid eighties. Then we'll get the front through here and Sunday will be a delightful day. Lots of sunshine breezy cooler unless McGee Eyes on Sunday will be in the lower eighties, going to cloud up again on Monday with some light day showers highs near 80 and showers and storms on Tuesday with a high in the lower eighties right now to make sure we have a temperature of 76 at Reagan National stay with us here. Your weather alert station w T. O p with traffic and weather on the 88 50, Maryland state trooper is recovering after investigators say he was dragged down the highway by a driver during a traffic stop early today in Howard County. The trooper then shot and killed the man behind the wheel. Maryland state police Super Pendent, Colonel Woodrow Jones says a trooper stopped 36 year old Julio Cesar Moran Ruez of Baltimore in Elk Ridge at two AM suspecting he was driving while impaired,.

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"woodrow jones" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"woodrow jones" Discussed on WTOP

"75 at Reagan National. Alright, Thanks, Mike. It's 6 42. Campaign 2020 here on double GOP, The Republican National Convention wrapped up last night on the White House South lawn. Like the Democrats Convention, it was different from anything the nation has ever seen, and the pandemic, catastrophic economic downturn and ongoing protests over racial injustice. New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker joined me earlier with more on where the presidential race stands after a couple of weeks of conventions. Well, I think the Republicans, I think that some team was happy with the convention. What they needed to do they felt like they needed to do was to change the conversation of our referendum on president from to a choice between him and Joe Biden, and they're trying, of course, to make abide unacceptable to a lot of voters by Talking about how he would be socialist and bring in changes that would be dangerous. The country you know up until now, for months. It's really just been the all Trump Show without much debate about Biden. Now we're heading into a different era, a different part of the phase that is of the campaign when you'll see the to go head to head more. Now, you got the opportunity to sit down with president during convention week had a pretty lengthy discussion with him. In your opinion. How does he view the current context right now? Compared to four years ago, he sounds relaxed and confident. He doesn't sound like he's panic. Even though the polls show him behind like the ratings by the way for last night, showing behind even a week ago from the Democratic convention, he thinks that he can make the case that Biden is unacceptable. I did. The trick for him, though, of course, is that Biden is not Hillary Clinton. And that's a different context. At the moment, given the Corona virus and the and the racial, no injustices being protested, and in the economic problems, What was your main takeaway from your conversation? After you're finished up? I started not introspective guy. The purpose of the conversation was Profile him after four years. What have you learned? What have you changed? It really didn't have much to say about that, he says. You know, In fact, a lot of language uses is very similar to what he said. Four years ago. He also had I think a challenge in articulating exactly what the second time would be about right. Most presidents running for reelection try to give you a second term agenda. We ask him Kind of talks about what he has done in this tournament as well will doom or that like tax cuts and regulation cuts and and and conservative judges, But he doesn't articulate, sort of overarching theme for what he would do with four more years. And I think that's AH challenge for him this summer as a New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker. In other news this afternoon, a Maryland state troopers recovering after investigators say he was dragged down the highway by a driver during a traffic stop early this morning in Howard County, the trooper than Shot and killed the man behind the wheel. Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel Woodrow Jones says a trooper stopped 36 year old Julio Cesar Moran Ruez of Baltimore in Elk Ridge at two AM suspecting he was driving while impaired. Jones says the driver began to pull away after the trooper realized he wasn't going to get out of the car and reached into the driver's window to try and pull the keys from the ignition trooper was dragged more than 2000 FT. Almost one half mile Down the interstate, Jones says while the trooper was being dragged the trooper fired, striking and killing Moran Ruez. We do have in car digital video footage.

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"woodrow jones" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"woodrow jones" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Police issued guidelines for following governor Larry Hogan's stay at home order Maryland state police superintendent colonel Woodrow Jones issued a set of instructions for following governor Hogan's executive order to stay home state troopers won't pull citizens over to ask why they're out but during a traffic stop or accident they may ask why a person is away from home police can enforce actions when more than ten people gathered in place people allowed to visit doctors offices exercise away from home or pick up take out food people may also visit schools providing free food for needy children ray Bennett reporting Mexico started taking tougher measures against the coronavirus after weeks of its president hugging followers and saying religious medals would protect him and experts warn the sprawling country of one hundred twenty nine million is acting too late and testing too little to prevent the type of crisis unfolding across the border the US last week Mexico band not a central government work as confirmed cases climbed this is Donald dot com a magnitude six point five earthquake strikes in Idaho the U. S. Geological Survey reports a large earthquake struck north of Boise Idaho Tuesday afternoon the USGS says the magnitude six point five earthquake struck just before five PM he was centered seventy three miles northeast of meridian Idaho and about eighty four miles from Boise people across a large swath of the region reported shaking hi my crossing the IRS and the treasury department say Americans will start receiving their economic impact checks in the next three weeks the payments are part of the two point two trillion rescue package signed into law last week by president trump and accommodating the economic ravages the coronavirus outbreak most people don't need to do anything to get the money but some including senior citizens and low income people who might not traditionally file tax returns do need to take action more the stories a town hall dot com hi Patrick frost.

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"woodrow jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"woodrow jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Here tonight I'm with you till seven o'clock Michael Felker my name we have a lot to get to I do have all these Biden gaffes I have an update from the press conference where the press behave like dogs my buddy Gerald Posner who wrote the book big pharma is gonna join us next hour on talk radio W. M. A. all Washington small W. I. L. F. M. Woodbridge Washington five point nine FM W. M. eight where Washington comes to talk this report coronavirus update the European travel ban that went into effect at midnight will be extended next week to the UK and Ireland vice president Mike pence's efforts to ramp up testing in the U. S. continued resident to clear the national emergency yesterday freeing up significant federal resources for state and local authorities as well as our national response the president announced that unprecedented public and private partnership on testing and let me say that at five o'clock tomorrow we will be detailing the progress that our team is making president trump told reporters at a White House briefing that he has been tested for the corona virus Dr Anthony Fauci of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says the pandemic is far from over I have not reached a peak now we will see more cases and we will see more suffering and death predominately as the vice president said among the vulnerable in our society I'm in Kate's the house has passed a bipartisan bill to deal with the corona virus outbreak it's called the family's first coronavirus response act and it provides direct help to Americans affected by the virus first and foremost is Texas Republican Kay Granger it makes testing for the corona virus free this is the only way we can stop the spread of this virus Massachusetts Democrat Richard Neal says free testing is just one part of the bill we are making a historic emergency commitment to paid leave for the American family members affected by corona virus the bill now goes to the Senate Linda Kenyon Washington Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer on what should happen I would say to leader McConnell passed the bill as it is we'll have ideas of to do other things and other amendments one to have new legislation down the road past this now make up for the fact that you skipped town Friday night I'm in Kate's WMAL news at five oh two I'm Steve Cummings Maryland governor Larry Hogan is saying the number one priority is to stop the spread of covert nineteen not test for it Hogan appeared on MSNBC to discuss the state of cold at nineteen and was asked if the president is preventing the availability of coronavirus tests to citizens the reality is yes we have a problem there's not enough tests we're dealing with that crisis right now and every single one of our states and we're trying to fix it Hogan says now is not the time to point fingers on what could have been done but rather take action he also mentioned plans to feed kids while they're out of school and pass legislation to take care of parents who need work meanwhile the governor is urging the state legislature to take action governor Hogan says by no later than this coming Tuesday he wants lawmakers to pass emergency coronavirus legislation approved the fiscal year twenty one budget to assure the government remains open and functioning and confirm colonel Woodrow Jones as the superintendent of the Maryland state police in a statement the governor saying quote it's impossible at this time you know how long this public health emergency will continue and it is critical for legislators to take these actions immediately in the event of this rapidly evolving situation requires them to immediately adjourned and quote Marial leaf on WMAL and W. mail dot com a Maryland man who was shot and killed by a police officer was asleep in his bedroom when police opened fire from outside his house that according to an attorney for the family of twenty one year old Duncan Socrates lamp the man's girlfriend was also wounded yesterday the Montgomery County police department said in a news release lamp quote confronted police and was shot by one of the officers early Thursday Renee Sandler an attorney for less relatives said an eyewitness gave a completely contrary account of the shooting she said police had quote absolutely no justification for shooting lamp based on what she has heard about the circumstances WMAL news time is five all for now W. M. A. all traffic.

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"woodrow jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"woodrow jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Tom learning so much bad news about the coronavirus let's start with some good news the first three people in our area to test positive for the covert nineteen virus were from Montgomery county and county health officer Dr Travis gale says all three are doing a lot better we have a total six cases in Montgomery County and I'm happy to report that the first three cases have reported last Thursday at all clear and have been cleared to return back to their normal daily life schedules Maryland governor Larry Hogan is urging the state legislature to take quick action on some important state matters Maria leave has more governor Hogan says by no later than this coming Tuesday he wants lawmakers to pass emergency coronavirus legislation approved the fiscal year twenty one budget to assure the government remains open and functioning and confirm colonel Woodrow Jones as the superintendent of the Maryland state police in a statement the governor saying quote it's impossible this time you know how long this public health emergency will continue and it is critical for legislators to take these actions immediately in the event of this rapidly evolving situation requires them to immediately adjourned and quote Marial leaf on WMAL and W. mail dot com well the schools in our region are close to stop the spread of the virus and the district classes are canceled for Monday through March thirty first and chancellor Lewis Ferebee says kids will have an opportunity to learn online students will have access to families who have access to a website which will include grade level content and content areas for example for English language arts mathematics WMAL news time is for for exactly I am Tom loading and now here's your W. M. A. L. traffic and weather from the head decarboxylated traffic center over on the southeast southwest freeway unite exercise some caution for drivers coming through to the third street tunnel this incident is causing chronic congestion from forty three phrases all stop no girlfriend has thirty three finally now westbound county southwest freeway to live free from the left three prisoners of the fourteenth street bridge he's gonna be five sample go free south bound I stand between many road approaching conserving Avenue a little bit of good news in Virginia that accident on Georgetown pike at Old Dominion road is clearing after their congestion you'll find it delay.

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"woodrow jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"woodrow jones" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Well that's why we're going to make sure that those people are held accountable and I'm gonna Reuters you know what that acronym is lab let's go get it K. T. McFarland thank you so much for being with us on the Saturday morning update thank you our pleasure that's it the news is next day o'clock with heather Curtis said and we will keep you posted obviously throughout the weekend on the latest developments on the coronavirus here at WMAL stay with us since eight o'clock WMAL FM Woodbridge Washington five point nine FM W. M. eight where Washington comes to talk a male nudity and heather Curtis lawmakers in Washington don't agree on much but a corona virus relief bill passed the house early this morning with bipartisan support house speaker Nancy Pelosi talking before the vote we thought it would be important to show the American people you're sure the American people that we are willing and able to work together to get a job done for them the bill provides sick pay for workers and free testing it now heads to the Senate hours before that vote president trump declared a national emergency two very big words the action I am taken will open up access to up to fifty billion dollars of very importantly it's very important and a large amount of money for states and territories localities in our shared fight against this disease Maryland governor Larry Hogan's urging the state legislature to take action on other important state matters as the corona viruses on everyone's mind governor Hogan says by no later than this coming Tuesday he wants lawmakers to pass emergency coronavirus legislation approved the fiscal year twenty one budget to assure the government remains open and functioning and confirm colonel Woodrow Jones as a superintendent of the Maryland state police in a statement the governor saying quote it's impossible this time you know how long this public health emergency will continue and it is critical for legislators to take these actions immediately and the events of this rapidly evolving situation requires them to immediately adjourn.

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