Monday, June 1: Recap of CT Protests, New Haven Mayor Elicker, Stamford Police Chief Tim Shaw

Monday, June 1: Recap of CT Protests, New Haven Mayor Elicker, Stamford Police Chief Tim Shaw


Attorney Norm Pattis was on the phone to explain the charges against former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin. What is the difference between manslaughter and murder, and could the charges be changed? (0:00)

Former Hartford Police Lieutenant Brian Foley is now with the Department of Emergency Service and Public Protection, and addressed the protests in the state over the weekend. He also was open and honest about some of the things he’s seen during his career as a police officer. Plus, New Haven Register reporter Meghan Friedmann was documenting the New Haven protest that blocked I-95, and led to a pepper spray incident at the New Haven Police Department. (11:48)

New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker was on to elaborate on the protests in the city yesterday, which ended at the police department late last night. He addressed the pepper spray incident, and the protest on his front lawn from Friday evening. (32:57)

Today also marks the opening of some other businesses, including hair salons. Jess Sassu from Jessica’s Color Room in Middletown was on to explain her preparation to open today, and how she is handling keeping her employees and customers, safe. (40:23)

Have you thought about a vacation this year? Amanda from Largay Travel has some ideas and suggestions for making a successful road trip vacation this summer. (46:27)

Stamford Police Chief Tim Shaw was pictured over the weekend kneeling in unison with protesters. He called Chaz and AJ this morning to explain how the conversation with protest organizers led to him joining in. (1:01:16)

Even the Amish were out this weekend, joining in on protests. But, how did they learn of the protests, if they are not using technology? (1:06:19)

In Dumb Ass News, a 9-1-1 dispatcher helps a motorist find her emergency brake, when she couldn’t stop her car. (1:15:29)