00:35 "The deputy, Arthur Wallin was fired last October because
Trenary said the shooting of suspect Nickolas Michael Peters, 24,
violated the agency's policy's. However, Snohomish County Prosecuting
Attorney Adam Cornell ruled that the shooting was justified because
Peters engaged in reckless behavior and failed to respond to commands
to show his hands."
03:17 "As Pataskala police investigate the case, Boals said, the
biggest challenge has been the children who could be potential
witnesses have autism, so 'being able to interview them and get good
answers hasn't been an easy task.'"
04:36 "In a call to 911, Mary Massuros told the dispatcher her 6-yearold son found a gun left out and she believed the shooting happened
about two hours before it was discovered and authorities were called."
07:07 "Heimann noted he attempted to find a clear point to deploy an
electric stun gun on Kamien after the man punched him at least twice
on the right side of his face, but could not. Instead, Kamien
eventually yelled that he gave up and was handcuffed."
07:22 "Hill faces a felony charge for possession of methamphetamine
and misdemeanor charges of resisting an officer and bail jumping.
According to the criminal complaint, Hill was apprehended with about 5
grams of methamphetamine in his pocket after a struggle with
10:39 "Daly presented Clifton with a Commendation for Valor, the
highest honor the police department can bestow. It represented
Clifton's actions to protect his fellow officers at great personal
risk. A Citation for Bravery was awarded to Lt. Joseph Sadoff, and
officers Keith Robbins, Andrew Graff and Kevin Oswald. Each
commendation cited their individual actions."
In this episode of the National Police Association Podcast, Deputy
Arthur Wallin, who was fired last year for fatally shooting a violent
suspect, is reinstated as a fully-commissioned deputy sheriff K9
In Pataskala, police are leaning on lab results to put a close on the
case of a toddler's fatal shooting. In Ho-Chunk, two men were arrested
for dealing meth and battery of an officer at a casino.
And in Springfield, Police Chief Joseph Daly continued his practice of
commending officers before the Board of Commissioners, presenting a
Commendation for Valor to Officer Sean Clifton.
00:20 Deputy gets reinstated, shooting case ruled as justified
02:22 Police lean on lab results to close case on toddler's shooting
05:20 Ho-Chunk: Police arrest 2 men for meth dealing in a casino
08:39 Springfield Police Chief Joseph Daly commends officers for valor