Al Lamberti

Pool Safety

Broward County Trying To Increase Water Safety

Drowning is the leading cause of death among children ages 1-4 in Florida and Broward County leads the state in the number of deaths each year. But there are efforts underway to prevent child drowning.


James Finch

BSO Thanks Homeless Men Who Came To Deputy’s Aid

A trio of homeless men who came to the aid of a Broward Sheriff’s deputy as he fought with a violent robbery suspect were recognized during a BSO awards ceremony Wednesday morning.


Metro Broward Drug Task Force Sgt. Mike Santiago looks at a gun seized during a narcotics search warrant served Friday at an apartment at 1192 N. State Road 7 in Lauderhill. In an effort to escape, three people jumped from a third-story balcony but were apprehended by detectives in the parking lot. (Source: BSO)

BSO Stops The Madness In ‘Operation March Mayhem’

More than 300 drug dealers, prostitutes and people with child pornography have been arrested in a 2 day sting in Broward County.


Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti

FDLE Closes Credential Probe Against Sheriff Al Lamberti

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the state attorney’s office has closed a case against Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti after allegations surfaced that he credentialed his teenage son for the 2010 Super Bowl, despite not being a BSO employee.



Investigation: Cops Regularly Blow Speed Limit

An investigation showed police officers from more than a dozen South Florida agencies race up and down the Turnpike at speeds well over the limit on a regular basis.


Elvence Saint Aulien (left) and Jean Marcel Coulanges are being held without bond.  (Source: Broward Sheriff's Office)

2 Teens Jailed After Pompano Gun Sting Ends In Shoot Out

Two teens taken into custody after a deadly police involved shooting in Pompano Beach will remain behind bars.



Broward Sheriff’s Deputies To Honor Slain New York Officer

A New York police officer who died while trying to stop a robbery will be honored Monday by the Broward Sheriff’s Office.



Criminals Targeting Grandparents Again

Crime is nothing new, but new technology is making it easier for criminals to target the elderly and exploit the love they have for their grandchildren.


Bond was denied for Jackson Richardson.

No Bond For Port Everglades Gate Crasher

Swaying from side to side and smiling as the charges against him were read in a bond hearing, a man accused of stealing a car and then taking it for a joyride through two security check points at Port Everglades won’t be going anywhere for a while.


Janard Orange is accused of killing Greg Smith, 16, as the teen begged for his life.  (Source: Broward Sheriff's Office)

Alleged Murder’s Family Barred From Boyd Anderson High Trial

Trial is underway for a South Florida man accused of gunning down a Boyd Anderson High student as he begged for his life.