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.
Cape May Officials Try To Diffuse Situation After Police Chief Demoted And Councilman ResignsCape May City officials blame an unclear letter from the Cape May County Prosecutor’s Office for possibly affecting council members’ vote March 3 not to keep Rob Sheehan as police chief.
Bordentown Police Chief Recovering After Shooting Bordentown Police Chief Frank Nucera is recovering after being shot in the leg.
Former Police Chief In Berks County Pleads Guilty To Child Porn A former police chief in eastern Pennsylvania has pleaded guilty to a child porn charge.
Foul-mouthed Former Gilberton Police Chief Signs Contract For Reality TV ShowA foul-mouthed former Pennsylvania police chief whose incendiary videos on guns and liberals led to his suspension and ultimate departure is holding a news conference Monday to discuss his future.
Pa. Police Chief Stirs Furor Over Abrasive VideosThe police chief of a small town in Pennsylvania's anthracite coal country who is trying to organize an armed, non-government group says he's a good-hearted man who loves his country and makes no apologies for posting online videos that boast confrontational, profanity-laced tirades punctuated by his firing of automatic weapons.
Pennsylvania Police Chief Faces DUI ChargeAuthorities say a police chief in Pennsylvania has been charged with driving under the influence.
Doylestown Police Chief Retires After 38 YearsHe comes from a long line of police officers starting with his grandfather in Philadelphia more than a hundred years ago. White calls himself fortunate and says he will miss interacting with the public the most.
Philadelphia Top Cop Ramsey May Go To ChicagoThere is growing speculation that Charles Ramsey, Philadelphia's police commissioner, may take a similar job in Chicago.