Broward State Attorney’s Office
The Broward State Attorney’s Office has filed criminal charges against a teacher at a prestigious private Muslim K-12 school for his alleged sexual abuse and rape of two middle school students.
Pictures of torn up and bloodied police uniform are among the hundreds of images taken by crime scene investigators inside the home of Miami Police Officer Carl Patrick.
Two Coral Springs Police officers accused of misappropriating funds from a police union turned themselves in early Friday morning.
Three Coral Springs police officers are in trouble for allegedly taking money from a police union.
A Miramar Police search warrant is shedding new light on what transpired inside a Miramar home last Wednesday when police say 3-year-old Sanai Dupont grabbed her father’s gun and accidentally shot herself in the stomach.
“It’s all my fault,” sobs a distraught Javier Reyes during an interview with a Florida Highway Patrol investigator in the days after the deadly wrong way crash involving Reyes’ girlfriend and fiancé, Kayla Mendoza.
Exclusive: Court Documents Reveal Violence Of Wrong Way Wreck, Missed Opportunities To Avoid Tragedy
After sifting through hundreds of pages of investigative documents and witness interviews, as well photographs and 9-1-1 calls, CBS4 News has been able to piece together a firm timeline of events that led to a tragic, high speed, wrong way crash on the Sawgrass Expressway last November that killed two Coral Springs women, Marisa Catronio and Kaitlyn Ferrante.
It’s been almost one year since a 14 year old Pompano Beach boy was hit by a Broward County bus that he was trying to board. On Monday, CBS 4 learned that prosecutors have decided not to charge the bus driver with a crime.
A Hallandale Beach woman is accused of waiting more than 20 minutes to call for help after a boating crash that left her boyfriend dead and surveillance video obtained exclusively by CBS4 News reveals what the woman did during that time. Investigators say the woman had plenty of opportunities to ask for assistance but simply failed to do so.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office has opened an internal affairs investigation into what it describes a “weight discrepency” involving cocaine in the sheriff’s department’s evidence room.