The teenager involved in the 2009 burning case of Michael Brewer has taken a plea deal in a burglary case. The crime was a pivotal moment that eventually led to the fiery attack on then-15-year-old Brewer.
It’s been more than 18 months since Deerfield Beach teenager Michael Brewer was set on fire at an apartment complex. This week, jury selection will begin for the only alleged attacker who hasn’t taken a plea bargain, Matthew Bent, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Miami-Dade firefighters used specialized life saving equipment to give some four-legged fire victims a second chance.
Miami-Dade Police said a woman who was trying to get away from her boyfriend ended up being set on fire by the man.
Matthew Bent, 16, was given a bail of $250,000 for his part in the burning of Michael Brewer in October 2009.
A South Florida police officer is making national headlines for risking his own life to save a woman from a burning car, and the entire rescue was caught on camera.