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On Air News Read for October 19, 2017

The Manchester Police Department has arrested another graffiti vandal and issued an arrest warrant for yet another as a result of it’s ongoing “Operation Grit.” Thirty four year old Kevin Burke of Nashua was picked up by officers Casey Seigle and Ryan Hardy on Monday, ironically, outside the Manchester District Courthouse.  Burke was released on fifteen hundred dollars cash/ surety bail and is scheduled to appear on October 31st.  The department said he’s caused more than five thousand dollars in damage to the properties he’s tagged and is asking for the public’s help to identify any and all properties where...

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New Hampshire Drug Czar Discusses the Opioid Crisis

(Hours 1b,c,2a) Rich talked to David Mara, who is Governor Sununu’s Advisor on Addiction and Behavioral Health.  They began by speaking about David’s role, before discussing the opioid epidemic and the State’s response to it.  They then took a call from Patrick Long, who wanted to get involved in the conversation.  Tune in to get all of the details!   (Hour 1c) Rich continued with Mara for Public Safety This Week.  They resumed their coverage concerning what New Hampshire is doing and what Mara’s role is.  They addressed narcan-dependent users, safety concerns for public officials, the letter of the law...

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On Air News Read for October 10. 2017

New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald will hold a press briefing this morning regarding the arrest warrant issued for thirty one year old Viterbo Enrique-Minaya a k a Francisco Rodriguez-Benitez, formerly of Lawrence, MA.  Minaya is accused of selling the fentanyl that  Brandon Laurion of Rochester, NH overdosed with late last October.  The A G said Minaya first sold the fentanyl which Laurion used to Amber Nicholson in Lawrence.  According to a press release issued yesterday, this is the first case where a drug dealer operating out of state has been charged in connection with a drug overdose death...

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Bank Salaries and Dumb Criminals

(Hour 3a) Dr. Jeff and Jacob wrapped up the live part of the show by talking about the salaries of executives at local credit unions such as St. Mary’s Bank and Service Credit Union. They then went on to talk about dumb criminals both in Manchester and worldwide, such as an author who wrote about a murder they committed that was a police cold case. The audio archive can be listened to...

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Fraud in the Financial Industry

(Hours 2b,c) Dr. Jeff and Jacob talked about the shady dealings of financial advisors, and what it means for people who are planning to retire. They discussed harrowing statistics, including the fact that 7% of registered financial advisors have been disciplined for misconduct. Dr. Jeff also talked about the warning signs of bad advisors, and his experience with financial crimes against elders from his days as a Manchester cop.     The audio archives can be listened to here and...

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Racial Discrimination in Policing

(Hour 1a) Dr. Jeffrey Czarnec of Southern New Hampshire University filled in as guest host for the humble host. He started off the show by talking about the recent NFL protests, and what the message behind them actually is. He continued the first segment by talking about his experience as a Manchester police officer in the 70s alongside the first African-American officer in the force, and the racial abuse that the offer experienced on the force. The audio archive can be listened to...

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Campaign Commentary: Sanctuary Cities, Taxes and Political Instructions

(Hour 3a) Rich started the hour by talking about what television shows he enjoys watching, before commenting on the coming campaign.  He spoke about his analysis of the Mayoral campaign and made comparisons to the prior election.  He then tackled the Sanctuary City discussion, reminding the listeners about what Manchester Police Chief Nick Willard said about the potential move.  Finally, he shared about instructions given by the Democratic Party.  Tune in to get the details!...

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Queen City Candidate Comments and Preparing for the Police Exam

(Hours 1c,2a) Rich opened the segment by taking a call from Ward 8 Aldermanic candidate John Cataldo, who talked about top issues that he has heard about and explained his stance on overriding the tax cap.  He then took a call from Ward 6 School Board candidate Jon DiPietro, who informed the listeners that voting is taking place at McLaughlin Middle School and shared about rezoning on South Mammoth Road.  Finally, retired officer Jim Gaudet interviewed Rich about his Manchester Police exam for Public Safety This Week.   (Hour 2a) Jim stayed over for a second segment to continue his...

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The Queen City Elections and an Oral Board Interview

(Hours 2c,3a) Rich continued in his coverage of the election, telling the listeners what he’s looking for in this race.  He then went Ward by Ward in informing the listeners about those whose names are on the ballot.  Tune in to get the details! (Hour 3a) Rich was joined by Dr. Jeffrey Czarnec, who guest hosted the remainder of the show.  They discussed Rich’s upcoming oral board interview for the Manchester Police Department exams, before Rich continued where he left off in his coverage of the Queen City...

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The Police Exam: Physical Fitness and Testing Troubles

(Hours 1a,b) Rich opened the show by sharing that the final sets of answers in the Union Leader’s candidate rundown have been released.  He then talked about music and informed the listeners about the results of this weekend’s police exam, pointing out that he is going to have to leave tomorrow’s show early to continue with the testing.  Tune in to get all of the details! (Hour 1b) Rich continued in his coverage of the Manchester Police Exam, discussing the written portion of the test.  He pointed out how some were failed by the education system and took a...

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