It’s a very bizarre and mysterious case for the Plantation Police Department. Investigators say a small bomb exploded under an unoccupied car in the Tonwhouses of Jacaranda community around 7 pm Wednesday night
A 13-year old Lauderhill boy who reportedly caused a bomb hoax at Millennium Middle School in Tamarac on Monday has been charged with disrupting a school function.
The Broward County Courthouse opened a little late Tuesday morning to staff and employees following a bomb threat.
A northeast Miami-Dade office building had to be evacuated Thursday afternoon after a threat was made that a car in the parking garage of the building had a bomb.
Michael Mitchell called the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department last year. He told Detective Mark Coleman he wanted to confess to a 2007 bank robbery in Tavernier, Florida.
The Ft. Lauderdale police bomb squad entered a religious school near Federal Highway Friday morning, after a science teacher found a vial containing a potentially explosive chemical. The building was evacuated as a precaution.
The call went out for police about a suspicious passage, at a bank, buzzing with flies. It wasn’t a bomb, but it was a stinky mess, and only in Miami could it be the cause for an hour-long evacuation of an entire shopping center.
A note found on a Spirit Airline flight out of Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport has caused the plane to return to the terminal Saturday.
Olympia Heights Elementary School is on lock down Friday following a robbery at a nearby bank, according to officials. Meanwhile, police are looking for the bank robber.