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Neighbors of a normally quiet neighborhood were shocked when they learned that a police SWAT team had raided a home in the community just before dawn and found lots of cash, drugs and guns.
Before the first school bus pulled up Thursday morning, South Miami Police and federal investigators had 10 men under arrest, all accused of selling drugs on the streets of South Miami.
After a year going back and forth with City Hall, Beth Schwartz got to see her hard work pay off as crews tore down an abandoned home on her South Miami street.
Ft. Lauderdale police are taking a hands approach to tackling crime at youth football games held across the city.
Car burglaries are quickly becoming a major problem in Fort Lauderdale, but police want thieves to know that their time is running out.
The Coral Springs Police Department wants South Floridians to make a call to make a difference. The department is pushing the new program “Make a Call, Make a Difference” to keep the city’s streets safe.
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