Tulsa Officer Betty Shelby Booked, Released On BondShelby has been charged with manslaughter in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man, Terence Crutcher.
Zeoli Show Log 09.22.16Rich discussed the tension in Charlotte, protesters reacting to the media and Hillary Clinton's appearance on Between Two Ferns. He also discussed Trump's response to the shooting of Terrence Crutcher, Cornell Students offended by 2 football players wearing sombreros and Trump choosing Geno's over Pats. Rich spoke with Dick Morris at 5:20pm.
Police Chief: Officers Warned Man To Drop GunPolice say the man they shot had a gun; his family members say he was carrying a book.
Tulsa Police Shooting Investigated By Justice Department"I'm going to show you," Terence recently texted his sister. "I'm going to make you all proud."
Penndel Borough Council Scraps Plans To Disband Police ForcePenndel Borough Council has scrapped plans to disband its police force.
Police Chiefs Hold Round Table To Kick Around Ideas On Community PolicingThe police chiefs, some in uniform, and some in civilian wear, talked about how to foster a better dialogue.
Cops Welcome Back Students At North Phila. Elementary SchoolIt's part of the school's efforts to bring police and the community together.
Zeoli Show Log 08.17.16Rich discussed Donald Trump's speech in relation to black voters, Chase Utley's grand slam and Hillary Clinton's speech in West Philly. He also discussed Kathleen Kane's resignation, Ivanka and Trump vacationing and more. Rich spoke to Representative Martina White at 4:20pm and author Abby Schachter at 4:30pm.
NJ Police Warning About Car Burglaries At Freedom ParkAuthorities is Medford are asking for the public's help after a pair of car burglaries that took place near Freedom Park on Union Street.
Police: NJ Man Wrote Apology Before Goading Officer To Kill HimA note was found near Shine in which he said his goal was to have an officer take his life.
Police: Rare Pokemon Character Is In Our Booking AreaOfficers are hoping the Pokemon Go craze could help them land some fugitives in jail.
President Of Philadelphia's Police Union Thinks Attacks On Cops Will ContinueJohn McNesby, the President of Philadelphia's police union, thinks attacks on police will continue to increase.