Carey Codd is a General Assignment Reporter for CBS4 News and joined the News Team in 2005. He has covered a range of stories from cops to courts, foreclosures to features.
In the past decade, Carey has covered Hurricane Katrina from New Orleans, the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster from Cape Canaveral, the 9/11 attacks from New York City and the disputed presidential election in 2000 in Palm Beach County.
Prior to Miami, Carey worked at WPEC in West Palm Beach. While there, Carey was honored twice by the Florida Associated Press for individual achievement as a reporter.
Carey holds a Master’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Miami and a Bachelors Degree in Communications from Catawba College in North Carolina.
Carey and his wife Meredith are the proud parents of two boys.
Broward Sheriff’s Deputy Eduardo Mesa is facing several felony charges — including grand theft and armed trafficking in hydrocodone — after investigators said he stole drugs that belonged to a dead man and lied about it.
A Boca Raton teenager is recovering after being bitten by a shark over the weekend during a family outing on New Smyrna Beach.
CBS4 News has obtained surveillance video from inside the South Florida State Hospital in Pembroke Pines that police say shows a mentally ill patient being left in a closed room for more than 40-minutes while a nurse, who was supposed to be providing him one-on-one care, sat outside the door and listened to him bang on the door to be let out.
Shortly after Tamiyah Audain’s 12th birthday, the severely autistic girl who never spoke a word, died. After a lengthy investigation, police said her death appeared to be abuse or even torture. On Wednesday, four women — including Audain’s caregiver, a ChildNet employee and two psychologists — were charged in connection with her death.
On Primary Election day, Democrats Charlie Crist and Nan Rich faced off for the right to challenge Governor Rick Scott.
Police could be seen taking two men into custody Monday afternoon after they allegedly went on a crime spree.
The attorney for Tiniko Thompson, accused of murdering her boyfriend, Miami Police Officer Carl Patrick last May, wants Thompson’s lengthy statement to police following her arrest, suppressed.
Faith. That is what a woman who was raped by two men nearly 30 years ago said she held on to in her search for justice.
Last fall detectives in the Broward Sheriff’s Office Special Victim’s Unit received a phone call from a woman looking for some peace of mind.
Imagine the despair of the Riling family from Cooper City. They thought they had lost hundreds of precious family memories through a moment of forgetfulness while on vacation in Washington, D.C. last week.