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>> he works there every day for almost a full year. >> the signs that new brunswick drinking water facility warding no trespassing their protected. it is where they would all to the negligence of its own supervisor. >> they had a responsibility to report them. he did not do that. he did not do the required testing and then to cover up his tracks he falsified the data i in various ways. >> with the charges of corruption of the of safe water shrieking act according to the office a licensed operator upward of three years in prison.
damage was done or if the water got anybody sick. >> our investigation has not revealed any evidence that it has a cause for bacteria but it is counterfactual you do notnow what would have been shown if it was done in the past. >> nobody downstairs at the office wanted anything to do with this and i suppose it is understandable to upgrade to the wer filtrion stem with the work was originally suspended including food safeguards to make sure it doesn't happen again. and the attorney general's office thinks it is conceivable that he may have
publisher from new brunswick today. are there any stones unturedor more dominoes to fall? >> he has been with the city sinc 1976. head of the water treatment plant as alicensed operator more than a decade. there re issues with the water as r back as 2004. with this investigation the city's side easily between 2010 and 2013 but it probay goes back deeper. >> i am concerned how many are out there working and testing that you have the time he wasn't. around 2,009 the falsificions started during aeriod when the
he had committed suicid in 2007 and a person with no experience with water treatment was in charge of e entire utility. >> that is why drink bottled water. [lahter] you cannot even trust officials to not becorrupt with our water supply. >> if nobody got sick d there is no evidence bbb issue is not the former maid the the system wheree he excess government bureaucrats who d't need a job. >> a new jersey state trooper diethursday morning while rsponding to a report of a juvenile in distress. 10:45 a.m.. he graduad from the academy in february and was recently married in
>> has been warned in december and that stops tonight as topictures in -- temperatures drop you just may get a littl snow if you ve in nthstern nejeey the natnal thvice says you may or m not. but then it will beack up tow the m 's again. >> unveiling a plan to combat the homeless crisis yesterday. they e assigning 100 officers specifically to combat homelessness. they claimed this year a team will go by blocby block. >> if you called brave 11 if
i abouty normal schedule d naturay i spotted a homeless began asking for money. so i called. >> this is the 311 operator? >> yes. you can report this. >> he had a sign that said i am a veteran and i am homeless and i need help. she asked a woman were of the and and i repeated elderly gentlemen and i was disconnected. i guided my workout i noticed this is absurd and that is the response that i got.
illness or economic issue. he is trying to keep his nose clean. >> they know where the shelters are there purposely avoiding them to live at bus terminals because there are safety issues at the shelters if they address that you can get them off the street >> of therogram is designed to ta a homeless person and mo them then it says - - has already failed in 311 hands of the la thg yst need is tem to call 911 for a hmeless person who needs a hot meal. my sister lives in portland i am waiting to see new york city shipping them to other places. >> staff special tours with cops to make them safe. >> the woman that was
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been with that headway - - n.y.p.d. six years drawing 11 of them. his work is on display located in the meatpacking disict. he has composites beecher in 26 of his sketches fictional characters. the idea came a lawmaker as he follows the n.y.p.d. on twitr a i the fan of the detective. >> he was trying to get in touch with me for years and one day said i like your work i kw a llery owner and gave me his number and we started to talk about what we could do. >> they don't use actual sketches as they are evidence so he tells mehat process and what it entails. >> with a get photographs that we put together a composite into on graphic
from there we show it to them. >> sometimes it is difficult for the victims to recall the information because they have a block all those skills are important it is important for the officer to be patient. it could be a tedi process taking up to three hours per session in the day due three sessions maximum per day. >> i had handpicks somebody has seen almost every day for one year. let me tell you one thing i hope i never have to witness a crime.
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